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Discovery Day 2017 is focused on technology’s contribution to the implementation of the VGGT and on addressing some of the world’s most pressing tenure related issues, resulting from the negative impact of climate change, violent conflicts, mass migration, and growing urbanization. Bringing together speakers from the government, the private sector, FAO, World Bank, European Commission Joint Research Centre, the Discovery Day 2017 aims to demonstrate how technology could contribute to improving governance of tenure through transparency, accountability, and gender equality in land administration.

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  1. 1. U N F A O D I S C O V E R Y D A Y 2 0 1 7 T E C H N O L O G Y ’ S C O N T R I B U T I O N I N I M P R O V I N G T E N U R E G O V E R N A N C E T O W A R D S A C H I E V I N G T H E S D G S Needs and opportunities -Serbia R E P U B L I C G E O D E T I C A U T H O R I T Y W W W . R G Z . G O V . R S R O M E , 0 5 T H O C T O B E R 2 0 1 7
  2. 2. Assessment of the NSDI implementation 2016 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Socio-Economic impact Accessibility and Technical Infrastructure Legal framework Governance arrangements Policy and Strategy Core Data I (DOP, adm.nistrative units, addresses, cadastral parcels, elevation., geographical names…) Core Data II (stat. units, buildings, land cover, utilities...) Use of NSDI/Applications Capacity Development  RGA Strategy adopted  New NSDI Strategy under development  NSDI in line with e-Gov  No clear „Open Data „ policy  Established NSDI Council, and TWGs  Support and Acess to data and services provided  No estimation of realtion : NSDI – SDGs  Unsufficient participation of other institutions  New Law on NSDI under adoption  Law s on Iformation, Intelectual rights and Personal data Protection exist  Inadequate legal basis for data sharing and exchange and data licencing  No link between Laws on on data protection in case of geospatial information  Spatial reference system and ICT infrastructer established  Standarsds on data , metadata and services exist  National geoportal provided  Technical performances of National geoportal low  Transformation of data into unique coord.system to be done  Low degree of spatial data acess by intenet technology  Cooperation with other institutions improved through agreements  No NSDI business model  Socio-ecenomic impact never estimated  No sustainable system of spatial data pricing ansd licencsing  Low provision of data and services based on NSDI by private sector  Developed capacities through development projects  No clear strategy on CD within NSDI  Insuficient engagement of educational sector  Unsatisfactory capacities in public sector  Underway usage of NSDI for decision making in areas of planing and construction and environment protection  No incentive in usage of NSDI in other areas  Generally Public decision making is not based on udsage of NSDI  „Crowd-sourcing“ solutions still not introduced  Data exist on national level  No clear definition of responsible institutions for some core data sets  Data exist on national level  Outdatedness of some data sets
  3. 3. Further plans  Adoption of the Law (2017) and by law Regulations on NSDI (2019);  NSDI Strategy 2018-2021;  Feasibility study and Plan of „Open Data“ concept implementation (plan 2018);  Implementation of international standards for spatial information (ISO, OGC, CEN W3C and INSPIRE Implementation Rules) and data harmonization (RGA:2018, Serbia: 2025);  Functional CoE for Management of Geospatial Information (2019): • Established by official regulation; • Mid-term Development and Business plan made; • Established full operational capacities (technical and human).  Integration to the e-Government (2020);  Establishment of national and Crossborder cooperation (till 2020) (R&D Centers, NMAs, professional organisations, private companies etc.)
  4. 4. Centre of Excellence INSTITUTIONS SOLUTIONPROVIDERS Efficient Model in Geosector supported by CoE  Coordination and assembly of fundamental national datasets and enhancement of spatial data usage through the establishment and management of a strong relationships network;  Balanced needs, removal of duplication and minimal risk and cost exposure of public sector;  Sustainable and efficient provision of services and data required by the users/market. • Increase in economic productivity and social stability of the country; • Preserving the environment and natural resources; • Protection of life and health of citizens and their property from hazards with strong capacity for reaction and recovery.
  5. 5.  Development of a strategic approach in the use of geospatial data at the national level (RGA strategy 2016-2020);  Raising awareness of the importance of using geospatial information and defining the concept of geospatial data managing (Quastionarries 2015/2016:Status in geosector; Conference: Satellite Data for Sustainable Development 2015-2030, Belgrade, 2016; IMPULS Project Regional Workshops and Conferences 2017; UN FAO Open Foris Workshop; Regular media announcments from 2017; Cooperation with stakeholders through NSDI working bodies etc.);  Establishment of the CoE (Drafting the regulation on organizational and personnel structure);  Transfer of knowledge to relevant institutions;  Development of applications and services;  Embedding of geospatial data into business processes;  Continuous development, research and introduction of innovations. Roadmap of CoE for Management of Geospatial Information 2016-2020
  6. 6. Steps in 2018  Establishment of CoE for Management of Geospatial Information: • Established by official regulation end of 2017 (Departmens for Analythics; Products and Services; Methodolologies and Business Processes); • Mid-term Development plan 2018-2021; • Development of Key Performance Indicators; • Development of applications for use cases: 1. Real-estate Mass valuation system upgrade- verification of the contracts and collection of additional quality data; 2. Forest inventory – adaptation of Open Foris open source developed solution; 3. Agriculture – application of Sentinel data; 4. Risk management and environmental issues – monitoring tecniques (sensor and crowdsourcing data). • Building technical and human capacities (with focus on use cases); • Socio-economic analysis.  Inputs for Development of Business plan in 2019 and further development.
  7. 7. Fields of Development and Innovation www.rgz.gov.rs; office@rgz.gov.rs; jmatic-varenica@rgz.gov.rs  Satellite Data and Information (optical/multispectral, radar, fusion etc.);  Remote Sensing Methods (Data integration, Analysis and interpretation);  Advanced Web Technologies (Visualization , data integration through upload or API, On-line processing);  “Crowdsourcing” Model for Data and Services Provision;  “Data Mining” Methods for Extracting Information;  “Machine Learning” Algorithms and Methods;  Data Infrastructure, Processing and Storage Improvement;  Introduction of Internet of Things.