Doria Tai
Doria began her career after obtaining her first degree from University of Newcastle Upon Tyne UK in BSc (Hons) in Surveying Science. She returned to Sabah and was appointed as the first lady District Surveyor in 1989 in the Lands and Surveys Department Sabah. She has held a few positions in Land Development Planning, DS West Coast South and Land Information System Section. Currently, she is the Principal Assistant Director of Geospatial Development Management Section where she does planning and project management for the departmental geospatial and ICT projects. She holds a Master degree in GIS & Remote Sensing from Universiti Putra Malaysia. Her passion in work is to see data being managed and utilized in a secured and optimum manner. Some of the projects implemented are RFID for Title records, State geospatial data Infrastructure NaLISA Sabah &MyGDI Sabah, LaDess Land Dealings Electronic Submission System and Digital Sabah using IFSAR data.

Data, Information and Knowledge from land and geospatial perspective
Whiledata collection and data storage technology are growing exponentially, the understanding of data and how it could become knowledge is still a steep curve to master. While it is debated that data as the new oil or the new soil for the new world economy, data-mining remains an untapped or under-utilised resource of most organisations. This paper looks at how big data is impacting the land office in handling land records and geospatial databases. With proper analysis, data could provide the clue to better understanding and increase knowledge in the localised context and enable wise decision-making.
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