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Open Source WebGIS. In Computational Science and Its Applications--ICCSA 2015 (pp. 556-565). Springer International Publishing. Chang, G., & Caneday, L. (2012). Web-Based GIS in Tourism Information Search: An analysis of the effect of socioeconomic characteristics on perception and behavior. Loisir et Société/Society and Leisure, 35(1), 155-174. Chen, W., Sakai, T., Moriya, K., Koyama, L., & Cao, C. (2013). Estimation of vegetation coverage in semi-arid sandy land based on multivariate statistical modeling using remote sensing data. Environmental Modeling

sowohl valider Geodaten wie auch einer breiten Partizipation bedürfen. Dieser Beitrag zeigt anhand des „Wadden Sea Region Planning Portal“ (WSRPP), einem trilateralen Web-GIS, exemplarisch auf, wie vorhandene Geodaten unterschiedlicher Herkunft in einem einheitlichen Standard zusammengeführt werden können und damit die Entwicklung integrierter und multilateraler maritimer Raumplanungsprozesse unterstützen. Die Struktur dieses Beitrags gliedert sich dabei wie folgt: Erstens wird die Fallregion anhand ihrer ökologischen, kulturlandschaftlichen und sozioökonomischen


The crowd-sourcing approach should be implemented into a new historical geoportal of Poland due to its increasing potential in WebGIS. Registered users will be able to acquire spatial data from various map series. As it requires feature class harmonization, a common symbol classification should be proposed. It will be based on chosen topographic maps of Polish land from the 19th and 20th centuries. Feature classes derived from archival maps will be standardized and reclassified, but with no information lost. This will be done in four steps which require: data acquisition, map content harmonization, feature class typification and attribute table elaboration. In addition, four methods of data harmonization can be distinguished: symbol sequence, semantic analogies, spatial relations and a combined method. The paper covers the elaboration of two thematic layers - roads and railways based on three topographic maps (Austrian 1:75 000, German 1:100 000, Russian 1: 126 000).

:// > Jagetić J, Špoljarić D (2018) Geodetic Hiking Portal, 11th Mountain cartography workshop, Hvar, May 21-25, 2018 (paper submitted for publication in conference proceedings) Jansen BJ, Ciamacca CC, Spink A (2008) An analysis of travel searching on the web. Journal of Information Technology and Tourism 10: 101−118. Kraak MJ (2004) The role of the map in a Web-GIS environment. Journal of Geographical Systems 6(2): 83–93. Leymann F (2009) Cloud computing: the next revolution in IT. In: Fritsch D (ed) Photogrammetric Week’09. Wichmann Publisher, Berlin-Offenbach am Main, pp


Earth Observation (EO) products are widely used by geospatial society. Over the last years a number of new applications of satellite imagery were proposed. This led to an increased interest in EO products, not only from researchers but also from companies and individuals. The authors constitute the essential part of the team that created the marine, web-GIS system - SafeCity GIS - for dissemination of data obtained from a 1.5 metre HRPT-MetOp satellite ground receiving station. To increase the operationability of the system the authors successfully attempted to broaden the offered functionality by integration with Service Support Environment (SSE). Due to this, EO products for the Pomeranian Region are served as web-services; amongst them there are True Color imagery, meteorological, algae monitoring and fire-detection services. The authors present the created solution for web service support for GIS system based on Service Support Environment and discuss its advantages and disadvantages.


Spatial data have become very important phenomena within the last decade in Europe due to a strong support from the political spectrum with regard to related legislation and resulting in financial support to several research, educational, and enlargement projects. INSPIRE (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community) Directive indeed defines the principles for the harmonization of spatial data infrastructure in the European community, including Land Use and Land Cover data themes. INSPIRE defines a methodology on how to transform datasets to common data models, but it does not cover the process of data collection and update, because it is out of its scope. Evaluation of the Land Use dataset derived from remote sensing products complemented by fieldworks has been realized since 2006 by Eurostat within the LUCAS (Land Use and Cover Area frame Survey) project. The work presented in this paper follows the LUCAS fieldwork methodology, which was applied during the fieldwork in July 2014 in the City of Zagreb (Croatia), to use at the local (municipal) geoportal level. The surveying groups collected point features with the following data type attributes: Land Use codes defined by HILUCS (Hierarchical INSPIRE Land Use Classification System) and optional Land Cover codes defined by LUCAS classification. In addition, photographs representing the observed areas were collected by cameras embedded in the mobile GIS platforms. An update of original topological layer was performed and Web GIS components for sharing the newly developed datasets were implemented. The results presented provide a suitable proposal for fieldworks methodology and updates of a land use database in line with the INSPIRE directive applicable at a local spatial data infrastructure level.

358 DEVELOPING WEBGIS FOR BUILDINGS IN NAGARI KOTO GADANG, AGAM REGENCY, WEST SUMATRA PROVINCE Ridho Darman 1a) , Surya Afnarius 2) 1,2 Department of Information System, Universitas Andalas, Indonesia Email: a) Abstract Some ASEAN countries, such as Malaysia and Thailand, have taken the initiative to use information technology (IT) to develop villages to realize Smart Village. Likewise, in Indonesia, one village in the province of West Sumatra, Indonesia, namely Nagari Koto Gadang, has begun to use IT in developing its

. Coordinate Measuring Machines and Systems. Edited by Marcel Dekker. New York, 1995. 14. Kang, Jinsuk. A Study on the Geographic Recognition for Handheld Computers and Smartphones in Location-Based Services. – In: Proc. of 2012 International Conference on Software and Computer Applications (ICSCA’2012). 15. Research on Laser Range Scanning and Its Application. – Geospatial Information Science, Vol. 4 , 2001, No 1, pp. 37-42. 16. Wang, G., G. Chen, Li Yan, H. Chen. The Study of Digital Dynamic Information Management System for Maize Based on Webgis [A]; Progress of

. Kunapo J., Dasari G.R., Phoon K.K., Ian T.S., 2(K)5. Develop- ment of a Web-GIS Based Geotechnical Information System. Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 19 (3): 323-327. L’Abate G., Allegri G., Barbera R., Bruno R., Fargetta M., and Costantini E. A. C., 2013. The 1S1 web-GIS application for online Italian soil data consultation. Proceedings of EFITA- WCCA-C1GR Conference “Sustainable Agriculture through ICT Innovation”, Turin, Italy. Landva AO., 2(M)7. Characterization of Escuminac peat and con- struction on peatland. [ln:J Characterisation and engineering

statistical analysis method and its application. Beijing: Tsinghua University Press. 17. ZHAO Yingshi. 2003. The principle and method of remote sensing application. Beijing: Science Press, 206-207. 18. JI Shijian, ZHOU Weifeng, XU Hongyun, et al. A WebGIS application: Tuna fishing ground forecasting information service system for the open South China Sea, 2016 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), Beijing, 2016, pp. 3628-3631. 19. Stech J L, Zagaglia C R, Lorenzzetti J A. 2004. Remote sensing data and longline catches of yellowfin tuna