Crowdsourcing solutions

The latest developments of GIS systems include formula where the community can became an active participant.

Citizens, professionals, entrepreneurs, can use the information broadcast by administration and public bodies and can insert data in their possession in a safe database managed by the public administration itself (Schulze-Wolf T., 2007).

participatory GIS database

Community can contributes, with data in its possession, to the implementation of the GIS database. Schulze-Wolf T. 2007, revamped version.

  • Schulze-Wolf T. (2007), "Internet Based Participation: Emerging From a Local Planning Tool To A Federal eParticipation-System", in Sckrenk M., Popovich V., Benedikt J. (eds.), "REAL CORP 007: To Plan Is Not Enough: Strategies, Plans, Concepts, Projects and their successful implementation in Urban, Regional and Real Estate Development" - Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Urban Planning and Spatial Development in the Information Society, Vienna, p. 297