DSIP Province Integrated
Lower Silesia, the seat of local government,
performs legislative, but also information
functions. Implementation of the Province
Integrated Information System (DSIP) was
begun in 2000. The system serves as a regional information link, providing information
about municipal boundaries, road networks,
natural features, and other geospatial data to
support governmental decision making.
With an Oracle Spatial-based
repository of geospatial data for
the province, Bentley Web
Publisher can display spatial and
attribute data across the intranet
and Internet. This provides wide
access to the data for the government and the public.
Local government can now rely on current
and accurate data. There is no need to wait
days and weeks to transfer information and
redlines from maps into the database. The
integration of digital data eliminates errors,
promotes a modern, paperless environment,
and is a big step forward in e-government.
The benefits reach far beyond any particular
financial investment or single jurisdiction.
Data sharing reduces
data development and
which results in savings for taxpayers.
geospatial data sharing
helps improve the efficiency and quality of
decisions made by
local governments in
Lower Silesia. ;
Archive Plan Conversion
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Digital InterPlot will be used to create multi-page PDF files from the TIFF files. The PDF
files will then be stored in the specified
KYTC project folder and be
spatially located on the KYTC
base map. Project completion is
expected by December 2006.
Currently, searching the microfilm archive takes hours or
days, when it is successful. The
user must visit a KYTC office to
access the archives, and may
have to make several visits.
In the new managed environment, the information can be
searched, located, retrieved, and
printed in less than ten minutes. Once completed, the
archive will be accessible on
the Web, eliminating the need
for travel. ;