Il GIM va ad Helsinki

Qualche giorno fa, ad Helsinki, alla conferenza AGILE, è stato presentato il GIM.

Monica Sebillo, presente all’incontro, ha presentato un paper realizzato in collaborazione con Sergio Farruggia. Il lavoro ha avuto un buon risultato in termini di valutazione, ora è negli atti della conferenza e abbiamo deciso di condividerlo con tutta la GIM-community.

Di seguito troverete l’abstract ed il paper stesso, il lavoro sarà inoltre accessibile dal sito dedicato all’iniziativa. Il GIM è stato inoltre utilizzato come caso di studio anche durante il workshop relativo al progetto GI-N2KA.

In seno ad AMFM è stato istituito un Gruppo di Lavoro dedicato al GIM, in modo da coinvolgere chiunque sia interessato a dare un contributo alla definizione di queste norme UNINFO, affiancando i 5 esperti nominati dall’associazione. Il gruppo è aperto.

A breve altre news.

Abstract — The prosumerism of a territory represents its capability to provide consumers with information, and use information from producers, with both activities addressed to create synergies among different planning strategies. As a matter of fact, large amounts of data from multiple sources are available and represent a significant potential for a territory that has to be properly managed so that it evolves into a resource. This actualization requires the involvement of multidisciplinary competences capable of both acquiring and using knowledge extracted from a territory / community, and integrating a proper usage of available technology within evolving scenarios. The paper describes an Italian proposal addressed to the establishment of the professional profile of geographic information manager. Such a profile is built in terms of skills and competences and is properly embedded in a scenario where smart communities play a relevant role in realizing the systemic process started by the Open Government paradigm. The GIM commitment is mainly focused on issues related to the spatial enablement, i.e., the capability to benefit of spatial data, both in terms of its availability and as a skill achieved for its exploitation. The GIM profile is described as presented to the UNINFO committee that is in charge of regulating profiles concerning computer science technologies, at national level.


Originally published at www.big-gim.it on June 23, 2016.

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