Geo-informational Infrastructure for Environment and Disasters Monitoring

1Kussul, NM, 1Skakun, SV, 1Shelestov, AYu.
1Space Research Institute, NASU-NSAU, Kyiv
Nauka innov. 2010, 6(4):21-28
Section: Scientific and Technical Innovative Projects of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Language: Ukrainian
Common architecture of the distributed system for geospatial data processing and visualisation designed for environment and disaster monitoring is considered. In particular, automated processing support of the radar data ENVISAT/ASAR and informational technologies for flooded area estimation have been realised in the infrastructure. The results were obtained within the scientific-technical project of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, which was supported by the international program UN-SPIDER, and NASA Space Agency.
Keywords: disaster management, distributed system, geospatial data processing, information technology
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