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A Spatial Data Infrastructure Integrating Multisource Heterogeneous Geospatial Data and Time Series: A Study Case in Agriculture

Gloria Bordogna, Tomáš Kliment, Luca Frigerio, Pietro Brivio, Alberto Crema, Daniela Stroppiana, Mirco Boschetti, Simone Sterlacchini
2016 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Currently, the best practice to support land planning calls for the development of Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) capable of integrating both geospatial datasets and time series information from multiple  ...  series, and discusses it in the framework of the Space4Agri project study case developed to support the agricultural sector in Lombardy region, Northern Italy.  ...  for individual data themes in alignment with INSPIRE and RNDT metadata profiles.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi5050073 fatcat:fxecdixot5ddhgfjtbxutpixji

An Open-Source Web Platform to Share Multisource, Multisensor Geospatial Data and Measurements of Ground Deformation in Mountain Areas

Martina Cignetti, Diego Guenzi, Francesca Ardizzone, Paolo Allasia, Daniele Giordan
2019 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
geospatial data and ground deformation measurements, also considering multisource and heterogeneous data.  ...  Nowadays, the increasing demand to collect, manage and share archives of data supporting geo-hydrological processes investigations requires the development of spatial data infrastructure able to store  ...  the first phase of the HAMMER project, and the support for the data organization within the dedicated project platform.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi9010004 fatcat:44lcehsisvcplmzegtapa77qi4

A Geospatial Data Infrastructure Deploying an Information and Knowledge Platform for the Agriculture Sector

Tomáš Kliment, Gloria Bordogna, Luca Frigerio
2016 Kartografija i Geoinformacije  
The paper reports a case study on the design and development of an Information and Knowledge-based Platform (IKP), whose core is a Geospatial Data Infrastructure (GDI).  ...  The technological framework presents a novel approach related both to the workflow management of geospatial data sets and time series of heterogeneous sources, and the integrated processing of Volunteered  ...  Fellowship Mobility Programme for Experienced Researchers in Croatia -NEWFELPRO) during the manuscript preparation as a part of a project "Crosswalking the layers of geospatial information resources to  ... 
doaj:99494067391c438f90f11e48959c4472 fatcat:z7dkogvkhrck3maozbuoo2far4

ExtremeEarth Meets Satellite Data From Space

Desta Haileselassie Hagos, Theofilos Kakantousis, Vladimir Vlassov, Sina Sheikholeslami, Tianze Wang, Jim Dowling, Claudia Paris, Daniele Marinelli, Giulio Weikmann, Lorenzo Bruzzone, Salman Khaleghian, Thomas Krmer (+14 others)
2021 IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing  
Bringing together a number of cutting-edge technologies that range from storing extremely large volumes of data all the way to developing scalable machine learning and deep learning algorithms in a distributed  ...  One of these challenges is the integration of European Space Agency (ESA)'s Thematic Exploitation Platforms (TEPs) and data information access service platforms with a data platform, namely Hopsworks,  ...  He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Hanover University and a Diploma in Computer Engineering from NTUA. His research focuses on data integration and web data mining.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jstars.2021.3107982 fatcat:fxmpayska5bvlj7ibw3peqhuzu

The Challenge of Spatial Information Accessibility for Agricultural Policies: Case of Pakistan

Asmat Ali, Muhammad Imran
2020 Zenodo  
Agriculture is a spatial subject. Policy makers demand unrestricted access to spatial data of various kinds in order to address agricultural issues and for evidence-based policy-making.  ...  This paper also explores agriculture in Pakistan, main challenges faced by the agriculture sector of the country, and how many as well as what kind of spatial datasets are required to address these policy  ...  Bordogna et al. (2016) explored integration of multisource heterogeneous geospatial data and time series in a case study for agriculture using OGC standard interoperable SDI architecture and a geospatial  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5111625 fatcat:iteeivjykjc2lpdvrkcllzgfj4

The Challenge of Spatial Information Accessibility for Agricultural Policies: Case of Pakistan

Asmat Ali, Muhammad Imran
2020 Zenodo  
Agriculture is a spatial subject. Policy makers demand unrestricted access to spatial data of various kinds in order to address agricultural issues and for evidence-based policy-making.  ...  This paper also explores agriculture in Pakistan, main challenges faced by the agriculture sector of the country, and how many as well as what kind of spatial datasets are required to address these policy  ...  (2016) explored integration of multisource heterogeneous geospatial data and time series in a case study for agriculture using OGC standard interoperable SDI architecture and a geospatial data and metadata  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5111586 fatcat:uaerkzgzgnga7ic6j73crewmpu

GeoFairy2: A Cross-Institution Mobile Gateway to Location-Linked Data for In-Situ Decision Making

Ziheng Sun, Liping Di, Sreten Cvetojevic, Zhiqi Yu
2020 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
The two-directional mechanism makes GeoFairy2 a useful mobile gateway to access and contribute to the rapidly growing, heterogeneous, multisource, and location-linked datasets, and pave a way to drive  ...  us into a new mobile web with more links and less digital walls across data providers and institutions.  ...  As an important topic in the research of spatial data infrastructure (SDI), cracking down these digital walls and one-stop retrieve multisource geospatial information is still an unsolved issue.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi10010001 fatcat:4unxlosjafc6xlxru45vcnwnuy

Advances in remote sensing applications for urban sustainability

Nada Kadhim, Monjur Mourshed, Michaela Bray
2016 Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration  
The analysis identifies three key trends in the existing literature: (a) the integration of heterogeneous remote sensing data, primarily for investigating or modelling urban environments as a complex system  ...  Growing interests in renewable energy have also resulted in the increased use of remote sensing-for planning, operation, and maintenance of energy infrastructures, in particular the ones with spatial variability  ...  Acknowledgments This research has been funded by a grant from the Higher Committee of Education Development (HCED) in Iraq.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41207-016-0007-4 fatcat:lqtm3fzalzbdfiy5aegzhdzhia

HYDROLOGIC AND CRYOSPHERIC PROCESSES OBSERVED FROM SPACE

M. Menenti, X. Li, J. Wang, H. Vereecken, J. Li, M. Mancini, Q. Liu, L. Jia, J. Li, C. Kuenzer, S. Huang, H. Yesou (+10 others)
2015 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
At the 1st Dragon 3 Progress Symposium in 2013 a significant potential for a better and deeper integration appeared very clearly and we worked out an overview of the ten projects identifying specific issues  ...  LST; TRMM data products evaluated in the Yangtze; Calibration of river basin models using LST; System to calibrate, correct and normalize (spatial, spectral) data collected by imaging spectral radiometers  ...  As a case study, the methodology was applied to the whole Tibetan Plateau (TP) area. Four images of MODIS data were used in this study for comparison among winter, spring, summer, and autumn.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xl-7-w3-1101-2015 fatcat:cazpqqpivjcmjhgzth4tx44rki

Managing Sensor Data Uncertainty

Claudia C. Gutiérrez Rodríguez, Sylvie Servigne
2013 International Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Information Systems  
In this paper, we address this problem with an approach dedicated to provide environmental monitoring applications and users with data quality information.  ...  However, a main issue for such applications is the uncertainty of data coming from sensors, which may impact experts' decisions.  ...  For example, the analysis of data quality over systems processing homogenous and static data remains simpler than for those distributed systems processing heterogeneous and multisource data.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jaeis.2013010103 fatcat:lk2ilhvasrggriwthzzcurdqim

Scanning Technologies to Building Information Modelling: A Review

Rabia Rashdi, Joaquín Martínez-Sánchez, Pedro Arias, Zhouyan Qiu
2022 Infrastructures  
In addition, the importance of integrating multisource data is briefly discussed.  ...  This is thanks to LiDAR technology, which has become one of the key elements in BIM, useful to capture a semantically rich geometric representation of 3D models in terms of 3D point clouds.  ...  Numerous studies have attempted to use multisource data in various applications such as 3D building models, urban mapping, forest inventories, agriculture and flood disasters.  ... 
doi:10.3390/infrastructures7040049 fatcat:v7rob3hxwrcdnm2xdum64tnsu4

Mapping Paddy Rice with Satellite Remote Sensing: A Review

Rongkun Zhao, Yuechen Li, Mingguo Ma
2021 Sustainability  
Paddy rice is a staple food of three billion people in the world.  ...  Multisource data integration further enhances the accuracy of paddy rice mapping.  ...  Acknowledgments: In this study, the papers were downloaded from the Web of Science and China National Knowledge Infrastructure, thanks to the retrieval and download services of the above websites.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13020503 fatcat:bpjcnezpbjdbzmwda4lxhok6ce

Conciliating Perspectives from Mapping Agencies and Web of Data on Successful European SDIs: Toward a European Geographic Knowledge Graph

Bucher, Tiainen, Brasch, Janssen, Kotzinos, Čeh, Rijsdijk, Folmer, Damme, Zhral
2020 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs) are a key asset for Europe. This paper concentrates on unsolved issues in SDIs in Europe related to the management of semantic heterogeneities.  ...  It studies contributions and competences from two communities in this field: cartographers, authoritative data providers, and geographic information scientists on the one hand, and computer scientists  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors acknowledge the contribution of participants to EuroSDR and Eurogeographics seminars and workshops on INSPIRE or on Linked Data.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi9020062 fatcat:mdfq6bzg6reihpsechcefzra6q

Digital Heritage [chapter]

Xinyuan Wang, Rosa Lasaponara, Lei Luo, Fulong Chen, Hong Wan, Ruixia Yang, Jing Zhen
2019 Manual of Digital Earth  
Parts 2 and 3 discuss the contents and methods of digital natural heritage and cultural heritage, respectively, and some practical case studies.  ...  Spatial information technology provides a new applied theory and tool for the protection and utilization of natural and cultural heritage. This chapter is divided into four parts.  ...  A case study was conducted on part of the Great Wall (Fig. 17 .7a) in NW China in the early 20th century by famous archaeologists and Fig. 17.7 The integration of geospatial data of the Great Wall  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-32-9915-3_17 fatcat:bqmrfyktevgexkcd67b62vfrui

Progress and Trends in the Application of Google Earth and Google Earth Engine

Qiang Zhao, Le Yu, Xuecao Li, Dailiang Peng, Yongguang Zhang, Peng Gong
2021 Remote Sensing  
The main difference was that articles describing the use of GE emphasized its use as a visual display platform, while those concerned with GEE placed more emphasis on big data and time-series analysis.  ...  GE articles covered a broader range of research areas (e.g., biology, education, disease and health, economic, and information science) and appeared in a broader range of journals than those concerned  ...  Data Availability Statement: This study does not contain reports on any data. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13183778 fatcat:ko6voanlvrhppaxbl2awvzurbe
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