Data bank of digital maps and remote sensing data automates the management of spatial data onto any territory

13.11.2017

In KB "Panorama" the Databank of digital maps and remote sensing data version 3.8 is developed. The bank's storehouse can include hundreds of gigabytes of spatial information and contain vector maps, remote sensing data, elevation matrixes, terrain models and other types of data.

The new version automates the creation of backup sets of data, control of the integrity of data sets and their recovery. Automatic creating one or two backup copies of downloadable data sets with the distributed storage for different data groups is carried out. In the metadata control procedure, a check of backup copies availability in accordance with the group settings is added. It supports automatic updating of metadata maps-schemes, import and export of metadata, automatic updating of geo-covers.

The accounting of executed requests for obtaining the spatial data is conducted. Service of conducting requests provides the ability to form requests on data acquisition from storehouse to users who have not the right to direct downloading. At requests formation, there are available the tools of search for data sets by a data format, projection, by year of the terrain's state, date of updating, scale, territorial binding.

Within the framework of a single geoinformation space, the Data Bank of digital maps and remote sensing data realises gathering, storage, search and delivery of the spatial data in exchange formats. The spatial data selected by means of the program can be placed for the multiuser access on the GIS Server and be published according to the international standards OGC WFS, WFS-T, WMS, WMTS, WCS on application server the GIS WebService SE. Users can access data from both a thin client (by means of GIS WebServer SE) and from desktop applications (GIS "Panorama", GIS "Operator").

The databank of digital maps and remote sensing data provides construction of cloud storehouse of spatial data, provision of access to these data, the automated formation and updating of geo-covers. The current state of spatial data is displayed by means of maps-schemes that are maintained for each type of stored data: vector maps, remote sensing data, elevation matrices and terrain models. It provides remote placing the sets of spatial data into file storehouse, keeping versions of stored sets, updating maps-schemes of data availability, the automated collection and formation of metadata, and the formation and updating of geo-covers. Automated collection and formation of metadata is performed according to the standards of ISO 19115: 2003, Geographic information - Metadata and ISO/TS 19139, Geographic information - Metadata - XML schema implementation. The reduced copies of data images are automatically formed, checksum of files and completeness of data sets are checked.

The new version of the program is available for download on the Download page.


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