Location interoperability

Location interoperability is the ability of organisations, systems and devices to exchange and make use of location data with a coherent and consistent approach.

In the context of digital government, the following expanded definition may be applicable:

"Location interoperability is the ability to exchange and make use of information with direct or indirect reference to a location or geographical area for government policy and digital public services, involving coherent interactions between all elements, legal, processes, people, organisations, data of all types and technology, and supporting relationships between public administrations and between them and businesses and citizens."

ELISE Resources: Location Intelligence Technology trends and case studies in digital government

Interoperable Frameworks and Solutions for cross-border and cross-sector services

Smart Space Benchmark