SensLog – Server-side solution for administering and publishing sensor data in the Internet environment
KEPKA, M., JEŽEK, J. SensLog – Server-side solution for administering and publishing sensor data in the Internet environment. Praha, 2012.
|Anglický název:||SensLog – Server-side solution for administering and publishing sensor data in the Internet environment|
|Autoři:||Ing. Michal Kepka , Ing. Jan Ježek Ph.D.|
|Abstrakt EN:||The world is observed by many sensors in this time and these sensors permanently produce huge volume of data. Because of exponential increase of data amount, the questions of effective data storing and administering comes into play. On the other hand, if we want to use all advantages of sensors, it is very beneficial to obtain as many data as we can get from sensor data publishers. But this quantity of data can be accomplished effortlessly, only if all publishers will provide data by the same services and formats. The aim of this paper is to describe concept of software framework called SensLog. This software is designed by Geomatics section of University of West Bohemia together with companies HS-RS and CCSS. SensLog was developed and tested as integrated solution for sensor network that includes also database model, server side application and web services. SensLog is capable to store, analyse and publish data in various ways on the Internet. The article further deals with the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Sensor Observation Service (SOS) standard that provides standardized access to miscellaneous sensor data. The contribution also describes the implementation of SOS core operations as a part of SensLog. The development of SensLog is based on experience from implementing real applications focused on tracking moving objects and monitoring of hydrometeorological phenomena for a purpose of precision farming|