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  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Monitoring im Feld am Beispiel Gewässerinstandhaltung und Biotopkartierung
    (Umweltinformationssysteme 2017 - Vernetzte Umweltdaten (UIS 2017), 2017) Krausmann, Hans-Martin
    In this document, two different and innovative approaches are presented which support the acquisition and processing of environmental data both in field applications as well as in further processing in a central office.The developed system for biotope mapping is provided and maintained as a client-server application. The developed system fetures a multi tier architecture with clear differentiation bewteen data persistence, business logic and the user interface. Central data storage avoids inconsistencies and redundancies in the database. By directly integrating a server-based GIS component for the visualization of the biotope objects in a map view, an overview is provided for surrounding biotopes and geospatial data.The presented monitoring solution was based on the requirement for data collection, visualization, further data processing and analysis as well as reporting of management data of water and soil associations in the area of water maintenance. In this process, data collected by a vehicle in the field is visualized in real-time. The combination of hardware -a data logger and a tablet device -and software -for mobile capture and display, as well as downstream processing and GIS analysis -can also be used to control the management of mobile objects in various operating modes.
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    Beratungsdatenbank Geologie und Bodenin Schleswig-Holstein
    (Umweltinformationssysteme 2017 - Vernetzte Umweltdaten (UIS 2017), 2017) Hosenfeld, Friedhelm; Bäzner, Karen; Nitschke, Meike; König, Bernd
    The intranet web application “Consulting Database Geology and Soil” (Beratungsdatenbank Geologie und Boden) is presented which was developed on behalf of the department Geology and Soil of the State Agency for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Areas ofSchleswig-Holstein (LLUR-SH). The application supports this department in managing their consulting services consistently and well structured in order to facilitate convenient access to all consulting data. The solution was implemented as a PHP-based subject-specific application integrated into the universal evaluation platform Disy Cadenza, thus utilizing Cadenza’s evaluation options as well as GIS functionalities for editing and visualizing geometries on the one hand and offering on the other hand an acquisition component for topical data tailored to the subject-specific requirements.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Fach-und Kontrollinformationssystem Landwirtschaft (FAKOL)
    (Umweltinformationssysteme 2017 - Vernetzte Umweltdaten (UIS 2017), 2017) Henschke, Sabine; Krausmann, Hans-Martin
    The e-government solution FAKOL is intended to manage of a series of specific work processes in the field of agriculture. The main components within FAKOL are designed to control tasks, maintain approval procedures, monitor various agricultural processes and objects and process management for fee-relevant activities. The modular design and the server-based provision of the application are used to react quickly and efficiently to changing legal requirements and new requirements from the different disciplines. By the example of a mobile Android app which works on standard tablets and smartphones, an insight into the functionalities of FAKOL is given. With this app, the workers can capture relevant pestorganisms directly in the field. In addition, trap locations in the field can be checked and evaluated at the same time. The direct data transfer to the central database and the centralized geodata storage is also possible in field applications.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Der schleswig-holsteinische Infrastrukturknoten der Marinen Dateninfrastruktur Deutschland
    (Umweltinformationssysteme 2017 - Vernetzte Umweltdaten (UIS 2017), 2017) Kohlus, Jörn; Geißler, Jasmin; Heinrich, Christoph; Müller, Gabriele; Eskildsen, Kai
    The Marine Data Infrastructure Germany (MDI-DE) is a thematic network of federal and state organizations. It was created mainly to enable the reporting requirements for the European Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) to be carried out technically and organisationally. From a technical-conceptual point of view, it is a spatial data infrastructure (SDI), which is by numerous components. Each participating institution operates an infrastructure node (ISK) consisting of the following three basic components: services for providing data, metadata and a database. In addition to these core components, further modules are implemented at the ISK, for instance, a coastal gazetteer or a presentation of monitoring data. The paper examines the strategic orientation of the Schleswig-Holstein infrastructure node, the functions it assumes in the MDI-DE network and other target environments. The technical base components and extensions, like a WPS-demonstrator or the coastal gazetteer, are described.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Biodiversitätsmonitoring in der Ausschließlichen Wirtschaftszone (AWZ)
    (Umweltinformationssysteme 2017 - Vernetzte Umweltdaten (UIS 2017), 2017) Bluhm, Matthias; Hauswirth, Mirko
    The Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN), Dept. Marine Nature Conservation, is responsible fornature conservation in the German Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). Tasks include the selection and administration of marine reserves and the marine monitoring.The information collected and processed by the BfN must be provided internally and publicly, as well as for the MDI.DE and EU Guidelines, in the required reporting formats (MSRL, Natura 2000 / FFH, INSPIRE). To meet these requirements information should be made easily accessible with modern Apps and Services. For these purposes, a system architecturewas developed by using the standard products existing at BfN. Data retention is based on Oracle-and Esri-products. The services are provided by ArcGIS for Server and a map application based on map.apps (con terra) is created for public. Processes for importing data, including quality assurance, as well as for export (e.g. for reporting requirements) are implemented with FME.For a smooth operation of the infrastructure a workflow with supporting software tools is developed, which provides a simple flow ofinformation from data collection to the desired information products.Extensive data on biodiversity monitoring at the BfN is a major Focus. These include e.g. data on seabirds, marine mammals, biotopes / habit types and benthos.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    „GelegeApp” -Vorstellung einer mobilen Anwendung zur Unterstützung des Gelegeschutzes von Wiesenvögeln im Land Bremen
    (Umweltinformationssysteme 2017 - Vernetzte Umweltdaten (UIS 2017), 2017) Heil, Raphaela; Ankermann, Tobias; Dittmer, Eike M.; Indorf, Torben; Jeglinski, Fabian
    This paper presents the “GelegeApp”, a software system that supports conservationists in surveying and protecting the clutches of waders. The system was developed based on a cooperation between Masters students of the University of Applied Sciences Bremen and the German Federation for the Environment and Nature Conservation (BUND) Bremen and has been in use since spring2016.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    GruSchu Hessen -Die neue Informationsplattform zum Thema Grund-und Trinkwasserschutz
    (Umweltinformationssysteme 2017 - Vernetzte Umweltdaten (UIS 2017), 2017) Giese, Mischa; Bluhm, Matthias
    Hessian government offers a new, intuitive and quick search for information about Water protection areas and detailed data about water quality. The map.apps based application GruSchu (gruschu.hessen.de) integrates seamlessly with the ArcGIS based spatial data infrastructure at HLNUG. Currently, the application allows data analysis and visualization of up to 50,000 individual values of tabular views and a variety of chart types.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Mobile Erweiterte Realität im Katastrophenschutz
    (Umweltinformationssysteme 2017 - Vernetzte Umweltdaten (UIS 2017), 2017) Fuchs-Kittowski, Frank; Burkhard, Simon
    In this paper, location-based mAR applications covering different domains of risk and crisis communication in disaster management are presented. The applications discussed are already in use in the context of flood management and urban disaster and safety management. Benefits as well as challenges of these applications regarding risk and crisis communication in disaster management are discussed.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Werkzeugunterstützung für ETL-Prozesse mit Geodaten
    (Umweltinformationssysteme 2017 - Vernetzte Umweltdaten (UIS 2017), 2017) Schrauth, Sandra; Nedkov, Radoslav; Heidmann, Carsten; Kazakos, Wassilios; Abecker, Andreas
    Data Warehousing and Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) are becoming more and more accepted in public administrations, also in environment administrations and geo data authorities. Hence, the importance of professional ETL (extract -transform -load) processes for data acquisition, integration, cleansing, and storage is also growing. Though there are numerous ETL tools on the market since many years, not many of them provide comfortable functionalities for dealing with geo data. Hence Disy evaluated a couple of widespread Geo-ETL tools (Talend Open Studio, FME, GeoKettle, Oracle Data Integrator) with respect to their suitability for professional and sustainable ETL projects in eGovernment SDI contexts. It turned out that Talend Open Studio is in general very favorable, but still has weaknesses regarding geo data integration (Spatial ETL). So, Disyhas developed a new Talend plug-in for Spatial ETL –which is presented in this paper.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    INAA –Fluglärm-Monitoring am Flughafen Frankfurt
    (Umweltinformationssysteme 2017 - Vernetzte Umweltdaten (UIS 2017), 2017) Schabinger, Raoul; Derucki, Tobias
    INAA –flight and noise monitoring at Frankfurt Airport-visualizes flights and measures of noise made around Frankfurt airport. It calculates emissions of single flights and displays height profiles of arriving and departing planes. So-called “flight doors” describe no-flight-zones for noise abatement. They show in a three-dimensional way how planes are within horizontal and lateral limits.Flight data is delivered by DeutscheFlugsicherung (DFS), noise data by Gemeinnütziges Umwelthaus, Fraport and cities in the Rhein-Main-Area.The application can publicly be accessed via http://inaa.umwelthaus.org, (last accessed 19/05/2017).