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Visualization of Events Using Various Kinds of Synchronized Data for the Border Guard

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STRADAR project is dedicated to streaming real-time data in a distributed dispatcher and teleinformation system of the Border Guard. The Events Visualization Post is a software designed for simultaneous visualization of data of different types in BG headquarters. The software allows the operator to visualize files, images, SMS, SDS, video, audio, and current or archival data on naval situation on digital maps. All the visualized data can be synchronized in time.

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Stradar — Multimedia Dispatcher and Teleinformation System for the Border Guard

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Security of national borders requires utilization of multimedia surveillance systems automatically gathering, processing and sharing various data. The paper presents such a system developed for the Maritime Division of the Polish Border Guard within the STRADAR project. The system, apart from providing communication means, gathers data, such as map data from AIS, GPS and radar receivers, videos and photos from camera or audio from phone calls and SMS messages, from multiple mobile units and stationary points located along the coastline. All gathered data can be visualized on a multidisplay by the personnel that can dynamically select presented data and configure form of presentation. The paper describes system functionalities, its hardware and software implementation, and presents results of acceptance tests that the system have recently passed.

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Visualization of SCANTER and ARPA Radar Data in the Distributed Teleinformation System for the Border Guard

Measurements and Optimization of Visualization of Routes Traveled in the Distributed Dispatcher and Teleinformation System for Visualization of Multimedia Data for the Border Guard , The European Navigation Conference (ENC 2019), 9–12 April, Warsaw 2019. [6] Czaplewski B., Cwalina K., Blok M., Kaczmarek S., Miszewski M., Młynarczuk M., Sac M., A system of visualization of operational situation on digital maps for mobile units of the Border Guards , VII Int. Conf. NATCON 2016, Chapter 5, pp. 51–60. [7] Czaplewski B., Cwalina K., Kaczmarek S., Katulski R., Data

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Topographic surface modelling using raster grid datasets by GMT: example of the Kuril–Kamchatka Trench, Pacific Ocean

1 Introduction Current paper introduces the use of Generic Mapping Tools (GMT) for the cartographic workflow aimed at the geological data visualization. Among the wide range of GIS software used for mapping and geospatial data modelling, GMT stands apart from the traditional tools such as ArcGIS ( ESRI Team, 2010 ), QGIS ( QGIS, 2019 ) and MapINFO. The particularity of the GMT comparing to the standard GIS consists in its fundamentally different approach towards geodata processing. The GMT, originally developed by Wessel and Smith (1998) is not a classic

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Transformation of 3D geospatial data into CityGML – a case of Prague

, only a subpart (the rectangle 2.5 ⨯ 2 km covering the city centre including, for example, Prague Castle or Charles Bridge) was used. The intention was to describe the principles of data transformation, storage and visualization, which can be later applied on larger data sets. In particular, the following objects were available: buildings, bridges, digital terrain model. Figure 2 shows the downloaded input data visualized in Esri ArcScene desktop application. The used coordinate systems are S-JTSK/Krovak East North (EPSG:5514) and Baltic 1957 height

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