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A Conceptual Design of Spatial and Non-spatial Information for Water Hazard Information Management and Service
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A Conceptual Design of Spatial and Non-spatial Information for Water Hazard Information Management and Service
Lee, Jeong-Ju; Kim, Dong-Young; Jung, Young-Hun; Hwang, Eui-Ho; Chae, Hyo-Sok;
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 Abstract
This study conducted a basic design of system and interface which provide both of spatial and non-spatial data for water hazard information management. This helps to decide directions of the future integrated water hazard information platform and possible technical examinations of the web-based system for the realization of the prototype. For user friendly system, this study did a survey to investigate the data format, service environment, image processing level and visualization type that users prefer. Also, authorization range was set up by type of the user group. In the water hazard information platform, the data and analysis algorithm were classified by the fields. Furthermore, the platform was consisted with six block systems according to the function and the interface and designed to flexibly mount or modify the additional functions. For a basic design of the data exchange method and protocols, a prototype was constructed by using the spatial information web service technology. The portal service system to visualize and provide spatial data was designed by the WMS/WFS type of OGC standard interface and the FTP/HTTP interface type through open source GIS software for server environment.
 Keywords
Information Platform;Open GIS;Prototype;Standard Interface;Water Hazard;
 Language
Korean
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