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Volume 16, Issue 4 - Dec 2008
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A Comparative Analysis of Geospatial Information Strategy and Ubiquitous Policy Between Korea and Japan
Suh, Yong-Cheol ; SaKong, Ho-Sang ; Lee, Young-Joo ;
Journal of Korean Society for Geospatial Information System, volume 16, issue 2, 2008, Pages 3~8
Informatization today has been developed in a ubiquitous environment unifying real and virtual space from digital space. To reflect on this trend, the government has promoted the u-Korea Project, which is a national strategy based on ubiquitous technology. With this national informatization policy, 'The Creation of the Infrastructure for Realization of Ubiquitous Country' for establishing a ubiquitous world is presented in the 3rd National Geographic Information System (NGIS) Master Plan, which manages national spatial information. However, we have not yet discovered distinct change for ubiquitous environments and practical technologies. The purpose of the study is to explain the current status of Ubiquitous policies and National GIS policies as a representative national information strategies directed toward the ubiquitous society by comparing Korea and Japan, and then develops improved strategies for the future.
A Study on the Development of Underground Facility Management System using UFSN
Kwon, Hyuk-Jong ; Lim, Hyung-Chang ; Song, Byung-Hoon ; Kim, Jung-Hoon ; Han, Jae-Il ;
Journal of Korean Society for Geospatial Information System, volume 16, issue 2, 2008, Pages 9~15
In this paper, we carried out studying for real-time monitoring method about water distribution information of flow, flux, pressure and the vibrations, that facility management system checks it by using UFSN sensors. We developed UFSN sensing generator, gateway, and middleware, and defined UFSN sensing data format. Also we verified sending sensing data. We have monitored water distribution based on GIS drawing in real-time by storing sensing data in existing Underground Facility Management System.
A Study on Construction of Urban Ground Facilities Management Model in u-City
Kim, Tae-Hoon ; Hong, Chang-Hee ;
Journal of Korean Society for Geospatial Information System, volume 16, issue 2, 2008, Pages 17~21
The management model for ground urban facilities based on Ubiquitous technology is proposed to support the u-City projects going on domestically and, reinforce the nation's competitiveness. This research is a part of the Intelligent Urban Facility Management project of the Korean Land Spatialization Group (KGSL). First, this study started from the investigation of existing u-City businesses in order to drive essential components and considerations for the urban facilities management system. Considering the driven conclusions, this study finally proposed the adequate management model of urban facilities for the newest urban environment, u-City.
A Study of the Classification and Analysis of On-Ground Facilities for Intelligent Urban Management
Nam, Sang-Kwan ; Choi, Hyun-Sang ; Oh, Yoon-Seuk ; Ryu, Seung-Ki ;
Journal of Korean Society for Geospatial Information System, volume 16, issue 2, 2008, Pages 23~29
This study deals with the systematic classification and analysis of urban facilities as a fundamental foundation of the intelligent and active management of urban facilities using Ubiquitous Sensor Network(USN). In the results of recent studies, the necessities and simple examples of USN application were already shown, but there were few studies about the systematic classification and specific application methods considering characteristics of urban facilities. In this study, we try to classify the main management characteristics of facilities and analyze the results, furthermore to contribute to the development of convergence of facility management and USN technology.
Analysis of Non-Barrier Space to Promote the Uses of Convenience Facilities at Passenger Facilities by the Visually Handicapped
Kim, Dong-Moon ; Kim, Hwang-Bae ; Park, Jae-Kook ;
Journal of Korean Society for Geospatial Information System, volume 16, issue 2, 2008, Pages 31~40
The indicators of an advanced society include the overall level of life quality and satisfaction among all the members. The overall life quality has close relationships with accessibility to urban space for the social weak. Access to facilities of interest and right of mobility in urban space are very important issues to the weak class in terms of transportation including the visually handicapped. In particular, great significance is endowed upon transfer facilities, which play mediating roles between facilities like passenger facilities, and the convenience facilities inside for the disabled, which are usually the only means for the disabled to access each facility. As they are provided to the visually handicapped as well, it's very important to analyze the concerned spatial distribution and offer the results. The previous studies on the subject, however, merely covered the perceptions of the users and the related statistical analysis. This study set out to analyze non-barrier space to promote the utilization of convenience facilities at passenger facilities by the visually handicapped and to secure their right of mobility by using a GIS for spatial analysis based on spatial data. The results show that it's urgent to supplement the existing space for the handicapped and that it's necessary to expand convenience facilities for the disabled such as paths with Braille points on them to promote their use of diverse convenience facilities inside.
Updating of Digital Map using 3D Laser Scanning
Lee, Yong-Hee ; Moon, Doo-Youl ; Kim, Ka-Ya ; Park, Dong-Il ;
Journal of Korean Society for Geospatial Information System, volume 16, issue 2, 2008, Pages 41~47
The import of cartography is spoke for surveying technique level of the country. Also, it is the implied expression means about international operations amount in the world of people in the country. Nowadays, various digital maps on a reduced scale were drawn in Korea including the topographic series of a nation. Though these digital maps are drawn and revised by using aerial photogrammetry or satellite image, there are some problems that it is difficult to revise or renew the topography and natural feature immediately which changes frequently. As the countermeasures of these problems we use 3D Laser Scanning accumbency method, which provides user with convenience and accumbency accuracy which is required to revise and renew digital maps.
Sequence Images Registration by using KLT Feature Detection and Tracking
Ochirbat, Sukhee ; Park, Sang-Eon ; Shin, Sung-Woong ; Yoo, Hwan-Hee ;
Journal of Korean Society for Geospatial Information System, volume 16, issue 2, 2008, Pages 49~56
Image registration is one of the critical techniques of image mosaic which has many applications such as generating panoramas, video monitoring, image rendering and reconstruction, etc. The fundamental tasks of image registration are point features extraction and tracking which take much computation time. KLT(Kanade-Lucas-Tomasi) feature tracker has proposed for extracting and tracking features through image sequences. The aim of this study is to demonstrate the usage of effective and robust KLT feature detector and tracker for an image registration using the sequence image frames captured by UAV video camera. In result, by using iterative implementation of the KLT tracker, the features extracted from the first frame of image sequences could be successfully tracked through all frames. The process of feature tracking in the various frames with rotation, translation and small scaling could be improved by a careful choice of the process condition and KLT pyramid implementation.
3D Object Modeling for Laser Radar Simulation
Kim, Geun-Han ; Jun, Chul-Min ;
Journal of Korean Society for Geospatial Information System, volume 16, issue 2, 2008, Pages 57~65
The improvement of the performance in laser radar simulation requires fast retrievals of the spatial locations and attributes of objects in response to the laser signals of the simulators. Since the data used in simulation are complex 3D objects such as terrain, buildings and vehicles, and are of large sizes, commonly used 3D modeling tools are not suitable for this use. We proposed a method to store such 3D objects in a database, perform required queries and integrate with visualization tools. We showed the processes for the data modeling based on 3D topological concepts and then building a spatial DBMS. Also, we illustrated the process for accessing and visualizing the stored data using VRML and performed test computations using some laser signal data. With further enhancement on data modeling and LOD problems in visualization, the proposed method will be practically applied in different situations including laser simulation.
Establishment of Test Field for Aerial Camera Calibration
Lee, Jae-One ; Yoon, Jong-Seong ; Sin, Jin-Soo ; Yun, Bu-Yeol ;
Journal of Korean Society for Geospatial Information System, volume 16, issue 2, 2008, Pages 67~76
Recently, one of the most outstanding technological characteristics of aerial survey is an application of Direct Georeferencing, which is based on the integration of main sensing sensors such as aerial camera or Lidar with positioning sensors GPS and IMU. In addition, a variety of digital aerial mapping cameras is developed and supplied with the verification of their technical superiority and applicability. In accordance with this requirement, the development of a multi-looking aerial photographing system is just making 3-D information acquisition and texture mapping possible for the dead areas arising from building side and high terrain variation where the use of traditional phptogrammetry is not valid. However, the development of a multi-looking camera integrating different sensors and multi-camera array causes some problems to conduct time synchronization among sensors and their geometric and radiometric calibration. The establishment of a test field for aerial sensor calibration is absolutely necessary to solve this problem. Therefore, this paper describes investigations for photogrammetric Test Field of foreign countries and suggest an establishment scheme for domestic test field.
Development of Internet-Based College Matriculation System Using Web 2.0
Lee, Hyun-Jik ; Bae, Jin-Han ; Koo, Dae-Soung ;
Journal of Korean Society for Geospatial Information System, volume 16, issue 2, 2008, Pages 77~86
The information of university entrance examination is important information to examinees as well as each universities. And this information can be used various fields. By using this information, examinees can choose the university which is most suitable regions through oneself's grade, and universities can decide the entrance policy and public relations of university. Furthermore, this information can be used important data to promote student's welfare. Therefore the introduction of College Matriculation System which can share between examinees and universities is keenly required. This study has developed the College Matriculation System which is Web2.0- based by using Naver Map API. By using this system, the information about candidates, and successful candidates and registrants for admission can be analysed, also the ratio of successful candidates in comparison with candidates and the change ratio of candidates during these three years can be analyzed. Besides, it can be supported the entrance public relations policy of universities by managing the public relations history, and it can be provided the information of university by grade to examinees on matriculation information based. Therefore, it was possible that manage and practical use of various data through connected with map based on web 2.0 which is opened. And it is considered possible to express more various information based on map constructing GIS system of user center that is not GIS system of existent offerer center.
Simulation of Ladar Range Images based on Linear FM Signal Analysis
Min, Seong-Hong ; Kim, Seong-Joon ; Lee, Im-Pyeong ;
Journal of Korean Society for Geospatial Information System, volume 16, issue 2, 2008, Pages 87~95
Ladar (Laser Detection And Ranging, Lidar) is a sensor to acquire precise distances to the surfaces of target region using laser signals, which can be suitably applied to ATD (Automatic Target Detection) for guided missiles or aerial vehicles recently. It provides a range image in which each measured distance is expressed as the brightness of the corresponding pixel. Since the precise 3D models can be generated from the Ladar range image, more robust identification and recognition of the targets can be possible. If we simulate the data of Ladar sensor, we can efficiently use this simulator to design and develop Ladar sensors and systems and to develop the data processing algorithm. The purposes of this study are thus to simulate the signals of a Ladar sensor based on linear frequency modulation and to create range images from the simulated Ladar signals. We first simulated the laser signals of a Ladar using FM chirp modulator and then computed the distances from the sensor to a target using the FFT process of the simulated signals. Finally, we created the range image using the distances set.