O Mapeamento Colaborativo: seu surgimento, suas características e o funcionamento das plataformas (Collaborative Mapping: its emergence, characteristics and how does it work)

João Vitor Meza Bravo, Claudia Robbi Sluter

Resumo


O Mapeamento Colaborativo é um contexto de uso dos mapas que se desenvolveu em função do surgimento da Web 2.0. O desenvolvimento das tecnologias da informação mediante o contexto da Web 2.0, possibilitou que indivíduos sem educação formal em Cartografia usassem e produzissem geoinformação. Para se compreender este novo contexto de uso dos mapas é necessário que se apresente e discuta os conceitos, características e tecnologias que orbitam a temática do mapeamento colaborativo. Nesse sentido, este artigo foi proposto com a intenção de se apresentar uma revisão conceitual sobre o atual estágio em que se encontram as discussões acadêmicas sobre a temática do mapeamento colaborativo. Com este artigo oportuniza-se reflexões que podem gerar pesquisas científicas neste campo do conhecimento.

 

 

 

A B S T R A C T

Collaborative mapping is a new map use context, developed under the Web 2.0 technological structure. Specifically, the Collaborative Mapping applications have enabled individuals without education in Cartography and GIS to use and produce geoinformation. Consequently, it is necessary to discuss the concepts, the characteristics, and the technologies surrounding this new map use context, to comprehend its dynamics and to visualize research opportunities. In this paper we have presented a conceptual review about the Collaborative Mapping subject, its emergence, characteristics, and how does it work, hoping to provide insights into the research opportunities, as well as, to give a conceptual background for the other researchers whose interest lies upon this topic.

Keywords: Collaborative Mapping, VGI, Web 2.0, Review.


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Mapeamento Colaborativo; VGI; Web 2.0; Revisão Conceitual

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