This weekend, I finally had a chance to dig in to Spatial Portals: Gateways to Geographic Information, by Winnie Tang and Jan Selwood, a 2005 offering from ESRI Press.
I chose this book, figuring it would tie in with some of the
Geospatial Enterprise Architecture work I am involved in. I only had a chance to read the first couple of chapters today, and generally get the impression that it only offers a high-level overview, without going into much technical detail or delving into specific business processes, architectural, infrastructure and enterprise issues, however it does look like it will provide some excellent case studies.
The projects the book highlights are: Geospatial One Stop, GeoNorge (Norway), Transport Direct (UK), Mapster (Canada), SCAN (Public health in South Carolina), 12M (US Navy) , GeoInfo One Stop (Hong Kong) and Shell.
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