eGovernment Services in Environment - Automate Data Quality Assessment - Czech Republic Approach
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Environmental Informatics and Systems Research
Visegrad Workshop: The Role of ICT in the Process of Development of E-Government Services in Environment
Imprecision of data is an important characteristic feature of environmental monitoring, particularly at all kinds of fixed and moving sensor networks. Imprecision of primary data is an important characteristic feature of environmental monitoring. When making evaluations, conclusions and the decisions from collected environmental data, we have to assess data quality not to make fatal mistake in environmental management. The important task of eGovernment services in the Czech Republic is to deal with the primary data uncertainty and using knowledge about data quality to assure public access to quality environmental information (Directive 2003/4/EC) and provide added value for the citizens and businesses (end users and decision makers). This will reduce the risk of inequality information in eGovernment services and wrong decision in environmental management. At present, new approaches and methodologies of eGovernment services handling with environmental data uncertainty are explored. The paper presents comparison of such new approach developed in the Czech Republic against European Environment Agency and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approaches. The new approach to information management with data quality assessment brings for the Visegrad countries more flexible way of dealing with all kinds of uncertainty in eGovernment services. There are presented better results and less workload then standard approaches in the paper.