Using Mobile GIS as Volunteered GI Provider

  title={Using Mobile GIS as Volunteered GI Provider},
  author={Guibo Sun and Weidong Song},
  journal={2009 First International Conference on Information Science and Engineering},
Volunteered GI (VGI) popularized by Michael Goodchild in 2007, was to describe the Web phenomena of user-generated geographical content. Obviously the core part of VGI is user-contributed information, so the share and consume tools are very important. As already noted, the Web site is the most adopted tools. Those fortunate remain to people who can access the Internet-and broadband access in particular. However, due to the 'digital divide', it was largely unavailable for the majority of the… CONTINUE READING


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