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WEB GIS

APPLICATIONS

M.A.NIVEETHA
 At Cuddalore and Nagapattinam
 State Planning Commission(SPC)
 National Informatics Centre(NIC)
 Objective:
 Development and implementation of
standardized district and state level GIS
applications for planning and monitoring
processes in all the districts of Tamil nadu.
BASIC ISSUES
 Unutilized data sets.
 No Update.
 Mismatch .
 Varied data formats.
 Technology.
 Security.
APPROACH
 Collection and Preparation of Spatial and
Attribute Datasets.
 Generic Database Design and uploading Data
for the District.
 Generic Web GIS Interface Development.
 Deployment of the web based software.
 Training and Handholding.
DATA SOURCES
 Sources of spatial layers - Agriculture
Engineering Department, Tamil Nadu Water And
Drainage Board, Institute of Remote Sensing,
Anna University.
 The attributes from Population Census,
Agriculture Department, Public Health, Rural
Development, Education, Directorate of
Economics & Statistics etc.,
 Collate the available data sets from different
sources.
GENERIC DATABASE DESIGN

 PostgreSQL.
 PostGIS.
 Querying and thematic mapping.
 The corrected Spatial Layers in the form of
ESRI Shape File format has been imported.
GENERIC WEBGIS INTERFACE
DEVELOPMENT
 Map server.
 PHP as scripting language.
 Query module.
 Buffer provision.
 Spatial search.
 Authentication.
 Updation.
EXPECTED OUTCOME
 Up to date output.
 Can add more parameters for thematic
mapping.
 No fresh digitization.
 More flexible map making interface.
 PDF output.
Application and Research of
Web GIS in Fire
Command Information
System
FIRE COMMAND
INFORMATION SYSTEM
 Emergency call reception and handling system.
 Information query system.
 Decision system.
 Real time monitoring.
KEY TECHNOLOGIES
 Fire electronic map.
 Data map editor and information.
 Many requests and asynchronous access.
 Best path.
STEPS INVOLVED
 Identify the place.
 Fire site information.
 Warning of channel fire nearby residents.
 Transportation network.
 Navigation- GPS.
 Site conditions and historical data.
WEB ENABLED OPEN
SOURCE GIS
BASED TOURIST
INFORMATION
SYSTEM
 Study area- Bhopal.
 Data collected:
 Spatial data:
Survey of India, Cartosat-1 Satellite
image, Google maps.
 Attribute data:
M.P. Tourism office, Bhopal
Gazetteer, Govt. Press, Central Library,
Town and Country Planning.
METHODOLOGY
 Creation of GIS Database:
Collecting Data
Digitizing Data
Integrating and processing GIS Data and
Setting up a Website.
 Creation of GIS data in QGIS.
 Creating a website for publishing the GIS data on
web(www.bhopaltouristinfo.com).
 Creation and Uploading Map Server data.
GEO REFERENCED AND
DIGITED DATA
ATTRIBUTE TABLE
GIS data displayed in the website
with the help of MAP server
NETWORK ANALYSIS
RESULT
 For Tourist database, GIS is an efficient tool
for the cost effective collection, storage and
analysis tasks.
 The Map Server software provides a efficient
environment for the tourism industry.
 This can be very helpful in the promotion of
tourism in India.
The Application of Web-based
GIS to Assess Water
Quality in Michigan
 EMU(EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY)
Institute for Geospatial Research and
Education(IGRE) and RESA(Regional
Education Service Agency).
 View and map water quality samples.
 PROJECTION: Michigan georeference.
 STUDY AREA:
 Urban Rouge river watershed.
ARCHITECTURE
 SERVER SIDE:
 Web server.
 Data base server.
 Multi media data server.
 FTP server.
 Back up server.
 User only needs browser.
 Administrator – manage data through LAN.
 Firewall is configured based on a set of rules.
 3 tier architecture-
 Client layer, application server layer and data
server layer.
DATA
COLLECTION
Perform sample
selections.
Plot latitude and
longitude
coordinates.
Manage the data
involved.
GPS application
module.
Upload
multimedia data.
RESULT
 Developed for education program.
 Helps the students and teachers in computing
watershed at Michigan.
Web-based Support
Coordination by Using
WIDIS- Chuesu -oki
Earthquake
 Happened in Niigara Prefecture, central part of
Japan on July 16, 2007.
 Making daily reports on the activity and
disclosing information by using WIDIS.
 Building and updating database for affected
houses.
 Coordination activities of volunteers to the
disaster victims.
ACTIVITIES INVOLVED
 Making daily reports on the activities of disaster
assisting volunteers then updating homepages of
WIDIS.
 Coordinating volunteer workers by using G-WIDIS.
 Store and analysis of needs of the disaster victims by
using G-WIDIS.
 G-WIDIS
 System is designed to share information
between each body of public disaster related
public administration, private sector and
volunteer body.
 Denshi Kokudo Web System (DKWS).
 PHP and Java script.
G-WIDIS desktop to choose
address for data entry
Automatically generated desktop
for data share by G-WIDIS
Acquisition of on site information
REFERENCES
 Decentralized Governance through GIS A case study for
Cuddalore District of Tamil Nadu
 Application and Research of Web GIS in Fire Command
Information System-Ying-xing LI
 WEB ENABLED OPEN SOURCE GIS BASED TOURIST
INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR BHOPAL CITY -Sreejit S. Nair.
 The Application of Web-based GIS and GPS Technology to
Assess Water Quality in Michigan
 Web-based Support Coordination by Using WIDIS-Case Study
of Chuesu-oki Earthquake in 2007 - Nobuhiro SAWANO,
Tsuyoshi HOSHIKAWA, Takayuki OBATA.