Development of Geoprocessing Service with Realtime Data Using WPS and SOS Open Standard
Presentation | Presented
- Sarawut Ninsawat, Osaka City University
- Venkatesh Raghavan, Osaka City University
Geospatial information is a very important tool for urban planning and decision making for city development. However, the way urban planners gather and analyze information is time consuming and extremely expensive. To fulfill need for more efficient handling and management of geospatial data, the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) has proposed the standardized Web Processing Service (WPS) specifications for distribured geo-processing tasks and Sensor Observation Service (SOS) specifications, which focus mainly on the interoperable interface of sensor nodes to provide real-time data via a Web-Service. The integrated system providing WPS and SOS functionality in the form of a service-oriented architecture (SOA) capabilities will create effecientl information system for monitoring of urban environment.
This study will show an urban environmental monitoring application for water quality information with an availability of spatial analysis functionality of a real time data. The essential water quality parameters such as pH, dissolved oxygen and electrical conductivity are measured and sent to the control center by implementing a SOS specification. These real-time data are combined as a data source for an online geospatial processing using the WPS standard.