Roger A. Longhorn

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Contents Abstract 1. Introduction 2. Policy context 3. Demonising and un-demonising charging 4. Demonising charging as the imposition of double taxation 5. Charging as risk management and capacity enhancement 6. Charging as a contest over market dominance and unfair competition 7. Conclusions References Author details Abstract Geographic information (GI)(More)
MOTIIVE (Marine Overlays on Topography for annex II Valuation and Exploitation) is a project funded as a Specific Support Action (SSA) under the European Commission Framework Programme 6 (FP6) Aeronautics and Space Programme. The project started in September 2005 and finished in October 2007. The objective of MOTIIVE was to examine the methodology and cost(More)
The main standards now being implemented in the geospatial world emanate from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Technical Committee 211 Geomatics/Geographic Information (generally referred to as ‘TC 211’), in their 19xxx series of standards. Because some EU Member States have legal requirements that ‘European standards’ be used for(More)
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