Land-use mapping is one of the main applications of remote sensing. However, systematic land-use mapping program at local level using satellite image processing is still rare to find. This book explains the importance of land-use information for local planning, and makes use Indonesian complex land-use phenomena as an example. This study proposes a concept of versatile land-use information system (VLUIS), which can be used to support various local physical planning tasks. The VLUIS develops five land-use dimensions comprising spatial, temporal, ecological and socio-economic aspects. Each dimension is processed using different analysis methods and can be presented as a separate map. However, all dimensions can be integrated in a single land-use database, ready for spatial queries and translation between classification systems. Examples are given using Landsat ETM+ and Quickbird imagery. This book is useful for those who practice or study geography and remote sensing, and for planners who need accurate and relevant land-use information in their daily activities.