Information Exchange between GIS and Geospatial ITS Databases Based on a Generic Model
AbstractThis study aims to improve interoperability between Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and geospatial databases for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). Road authorities maintain authoritative information for legal and safe navigation in GIS databases. This information needs to be shared with ITS databases for route planning and navigation, and for use in combination with local knowledge from vehicle sensors. Current solutions for modelling and exchanging geospatial information in the domains of GIS and ITS have been studied and evaluated. Limitations have been pointed out related to usability in the GIS domain and flexibility for representing an evolving real world. A prototype for an improved information exchange model has been developed, based on ISO/TC 211 standards, Model Driven Architecture (MDA), and concepts from the studied solutions. The prototype contains generic models for feature catalogues and features, with implementation schemas in the Geography Markup Language (GML). Results from a case study indicated that the models could be implemented with feature catalogues from the ITS standard ISO 14825 Geographic Data Files (GDF) and the INSPIRE Transport Networks specification. The prototype can be a candidate solution for improved information exchange from GIS databases to ITS databases that are based on the Navigation Data Standard. View Full-Text
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Jetlund, K.; Onstein, E.; Huang, L. Information Exchange between GIS and Geospatial ITS Databases Based on a Generic Model. ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 2019, 8, 141.
Jetlund K, Onstein E, Huang L. Information Exchange between GIS and Geospatial ITS Databases Based on a Generic Model. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. 2019; 8(3):141.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jetlund, Knut; Onstein, Erling; Huang, Lizhen. 2019. "Information Exchange between GIS and Geospatial ITS Databases Based on a Generic Model." ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 8, no. 3: 141.
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