Clearinghouse is a physical repository structure that collects, stores, and disseminates information, metadata, and data. It is a distributed system of servers located on the Internet which contain field-level descriptions of available digital spatial data and services. This descriptive information, known as metadata, is collected in a standard format to facilitate query and consistent presentation across multiple websites. Clearinghouse uses readily available Web technology for the publication and discovery of available geospatial resources through clearinghouse portal.
Geospatial Data Infrastructure (GDI) is an initiative intended to create an environment in which all stakeholders can cooperate with each other and interact with technology, to better achieve their objectives at different political/administrative levels. GDI initiatives around the world have evolved in response to the need forr cooperation between users and producers of geospatial data to nurture the means and environment for spatial data sharing and development. The ultimate objectives of these initiatives are to promote economic development, to stimulate better government and to foster environmental sustainability.
Metadata is textual and sometimes graphical information that describes geographic information system (GIS) resources in the same way a card in a library's card catalogue describes a book. Once you've found a resource with a search, its metadata will help you decide whether it's suitable for your purposes. To make this decision, you may need to know how accurate or current the resource is and if there are any restrictions on how it can be used. Metadata can answer these questions.
Malaysia Geospatial Data Infrastructure (MyGDI) is an initiative by the government to develop a geospatial data infrastructure to enhance the awareness about data availability and improve access to geospatial information. This can be fulfilled by facilitating data sharing among participating agencies. MyGDI as the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) for Malaysia, is a national infrastructure comprises of person, policy, standard, geospatial information and technology established by MyGDI Circular Letter No. 1 of 2006 - Guidelines for the Implementation of Malaysia Geospatial Data Infrastructure (MyGDI) for the purpose of facilitating the sharing and dissemination of geospatial information amongst government agencies, private sector and the general publics. Through this infrastructure, smart partnership among agencies is continuously being developed to produce and share geospatial information thus providing customer-focused, cost effective and timely delivery of geospatial data.
National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) defined as the technologies, policies and people necessary to promote sharing of geospatial data throughout all levels of government.
Prosidur untuk menjalani Latihan Industri di MaCGDI;
- Membuat permohonan menjalani latihan industri melalui Ketua Jabatan, IPTA/IPTS;
- Menyertakan sesalinan Resume; dan
- Mengemukakan permohonan tersebut ke alamat:
Bahagian Pengurusan Sumber Manusia
Aras 9, Wisma Sumber Asli
25, Persiaran Perdana, Presint 4
(u.p. Puan Shariana binti Abd. Rahman)
Permohonan data Geospatial di MaCGDi hendaklah dibuat melalui Ketua Jabatan melalui surat rasmi. Rujuk pautan ini untuk maklumat lanjut.
Hantar permohonan kepada:
Pusat Infrastruktur Data Geospatial Negara (MaCGDI)
Kementerian Sumber Asli Dan Alam Sekitar
Aras 7 & 8, Wisma Sumber Asli,
No. 25, Persiaran Perdana, Presint 4,
Geospatial Data or geographic information is data or information that identifies the geographic location of features and boundaries on Earth, such as natural or man-made features, oceans, and more. Spatial data is usually stored as coordinates and topology and can be mapped. Spatial data is often accessed, manipulated or analyzed the Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Geoinformation for Executive (G4E) is a web based Decision Support System that has been exclusively developed for state government executive officers. It will assist state government executive officers in policy making, planning, monitoring and enforcement of developments . Currently three (3) states has been involved in the development of G4E i.e Pahang, Kedah and Negeri Sembilan.
MS1759:2004 (Geographic Information / Geomatics - Features and Attribute Codes )describe the encoding of the real world in terms of features and attributes. Features are real world objects while attributes are properties or characteristics associated with the objects. This document can be purchase from SIRIM.
Geographical Names Database (Pangkalan Data Nama Geografi-PDNG) is like a geographical names data bank which is use to store names, locations, historical backgrounds and gazette notifications. It is an authoritative records that are available for government and public use.
• Unique identification of the land parcels that is owned by the State Authority
• Identify the physical parcel of land (lot)
• Provide a basis for implementing a uniform documentation of the relevant agencies and facilitate the efforts ofsystem integration and interoperability between agencies