Land Use Optimization based on National Spatial Data Infrastructure

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The goal of the research is to generate a much richer, GeoDesign behavioral framework to improve the conventional linear civil engineering planning approaches. The objective of this research is to explore aspects of geographic-based urban modeling. The GeoDesign based real-time feedback could assist in understanding the effects of altering land use and construction interactions. The information technology workflow enables more complex measurement and modeling, and revise the economics of civil engineering planning by improving the sustainability of natural and built environment. The research focuses on specific issues and strategies for developing the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) as a structural fundament. The NSDI based smart urban models could simulate the impacts of the planned infrastructure in the affected areas. The planned research applies the GeoDesig concepts: planning assessment – planning intervention. The first model comprises the assessment process, looking at existing conditions within a geographic context, the second model comprises the intervention process, looking at how that context might be changed, the potential consequences of those changes, and whether the context should be changed.
Geographic information is vital to make trustworthy decisions at the local, regional, and global levels. Engineering planning, landscape planning, crime management, business development, flood mitigation, environmental restoration, community land use assessments and disaster recovery are just a few examples of areas in which decision-makers are benefiting from geographic information, together with the associated Spatial Data Infrastructure. The NSDI supports information discovery, access, and use of this information in the decision-making process. However, information is an expensive resource, and for this reason appropriate information and the resources to fully utilise this information may not always be readily available, particularly for the wider community. The most GIS applications employ a limited number of common geospatial data items, including geodetic control points, transportation networks, hydrological networks, contour lines and so forth. These items are common to many GIS applications and provide keys for the integration of other and more specialized thematic information. The base element of the research is to identify the key data component elements of the NSDI data sources in local, regional and global extents.
A téma meghatározó irodalma: 
    1. ERVIN, S. (2012), A System for Geodesign, in Buhmann, E., Pietsch, M, & Ervin, S, (Eds). (2012). Peer reviewed proceedings of Digital Landscape Architecture, 2011 & 2012 of Anhalt University of Applied Sciences. Berlin: Wichmann
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A téma hazai és nemzetközi folyóiratai: 
1. International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (WoS, SCOPUS) 
2. ISPRS Journal of  Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (SCOPUS)
3. Photogrammetrical Engineering and Remote Sensing (SCOPUS, SCI)
4. Computer Vision and Image Understanding (SCI, SCOPUS)
5. Geomatikai Közlemények
6. Geodézia és Kartográfia (SCOPUS)
7. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (SCI)
8. Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture
9. Landscape & Environment 
A témavezető utóbbi tíz évben megjelent 5 legfontosabb publikációja: 
    1. Szabó György, Wirth Ervin, Czinkóczky Anna (2018):Monitoring urban roadspace usage with radio frequency identification tags and internet-of-things, Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture 2018:(3) pp. 319-326. 
    2. Szabó György, Barkóczi Zsolt, Mikus Dezső, Takács András Attila, Wirth Ervin (2016): Nemzeti Téradat Infrastruktúrák nemzetközi bevezetési tapasztalatai, In: Balázs Boglárka (ed.) Az elmélet és a gyakorlat találkozása a térinformatikában VII., Theory meets practice in GIS. 575 p., Debrecen: Debreceni Egyetemi Kiadó, 2016. pp. 25-31. (ISBN:978-963-318-570-4)
    3. Detrekői Á, Szabó Gy (2013): Térinformatika: Elmélet és alkalmazás, Az informatika alkalmazásai sorozat, Typotex, Budapest, ISBN 978 963 279, pp. 1-294.
    4. Czinkóczky A, Szabó Gy (2013): The Effect of the Anvient Chinise Philosophy and Geography on our Contemporary Landscape Developement Using GIS Models, In:  Understanding Different Geographies, Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography, ISBN 978-3-642-29769-4, Springer-Verlag ,  Berlin, pp. 159-173.
    5. Balázsik V, Czinkóczky A, Szabó Gy (2011): Térbeliség az információs társadalomban, pp:4-28., in: Agrárinformatikai tanulmányok III., szerk: Rózsa T, Szilágyi Á, Debrecen. pp:168, ISBN 978-963-87366-5-9
A témavezető fenti folyóiratokban megjelent 5 közleménye: 
1. Wirth, Ervin ; Szabó, György ; Czinkóczky, Anna (2016): Measure landscape diversity with logical scout agents INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND REMOTE SENSING (2002-) XLI : B2 pp. 491-495. , 5 p. DOI DOI WoS Scopus
2. Detrekői, Ákos ; Kaán, Miklós ; Fekete, Károly ; Fejérdy, P ; Szabó, György ; Tóth, Zoltán ; Kaán, Borbála: A Comparative Study of Impression Taking Procedures In Dentistry. 
3. Dr. Szabó, György ; Mikus, Dezső: Új ipari forradalom a térinformatikában - Térinformatika 4.0, I.rész. GEODÉZIA ÉS KARTOGRÁFIA 69 : 5 pp. 30-37. , 8 p. (2017)
4. Szabó György, Wirth Ervin, Czinkóczky Anna (2018): Monitoring urban roadspace usage with radio frequency identification tags and internet-of-things, Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture 2018:(3) pp. 319-326. 
5. Jankó, József Attila ; Szabó, György (2018): Regional Development in the Age of Big Data, Landscape & Environment 12. pp. (1) 1-9

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Wirth Ervin (2014/2017/2018)