Conference Paper

Design of oceanic dynamical environment stereo monitoring information service system of Taiwan Strait

Inst. of Remote Sensing Applications, Chinese Acad. of Sci., Beijing
DOI: 10.1109/IGARSS.2004.1370350 Conference: Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 2004. IGARSS '04. Proceedings. 2004 IEEE International, Volume: 5
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In the ocean dynamical environment real-time stereo monitoring system of Taiwan Strait and adjacent maritime region, multiple monitoring data such as remote sensing data, structured data will be produced by the stereo monitoring net from airspace, ocean surface, underwater space and ocean bottom. The information service system is a key part to influence the application efficiency of the whole system. According to the characteristics of the oceanic dynamical environment of Taiwan Strait, the construction scheme of the stereo monitoring net is introduced in this paper firstly. The stereo monitoring net will integrate the advanced study achievement on oceanic dynamic environment monitoring technology of our country. Then the architecture of the monitoring data sharing and service system is introduced, which includes five parts, i.e. the monitoring data acquiring module, the data integration module, the data processing and information production development module, and the information sharing and service module. Next, the user classification system and service content classification are introduced. The users are divided into five classes and the service content is divided into 4 layers. At last, the technology realization strategy is introduced. The technology includes the C/S architecture based data analysis and service, and the B/S architecture based online Web analysis and service

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