Real-time GIS: System and Science (Session 1417)

A session at Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting

Thursday 10th April, 2014

12:40pm to 2:20pm (EST)

Room 17, TCC, First Floor

The last few years witnessed great leaps on automatic acquisition of various data through sensors that are integrated to provide live data to wherever needed. Meanwhile, the overwhelming penetration of information and communication technology, geospatial-related data, information and knowledge can be delivered to end users at low cost, no matter where, when, and who the end users are. A non-interruption mode of GIS dataflow from acquisition to applications is emerging. This paradigm shift from static GIS to real-time GIS will significantly affect the structures, methodologies, and applications of GIS systems and sciences.
This session seeks submissions in various aspects of real time GIS. All topics relevant to real time GIS are of interest including but not limited to:
• Real-time: definition, formation and new science frontier
• Sensor web enabled data access and streaming
• Data model, architecture, structure
• Storage, management, index of real-time data
• Models, methodologies, and tools
• Standards, implementation, and deployment technologies
• Real-time data enabled simulation
• Decision making based on real-time data
• Real-time data incorporated applications

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Benjamin Hennig

a geographer making maps

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Time 12:40pm2:20pm EST

Date Thu 10th April 2014

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