Authors: Rieke, Matthes
Bigagli, Lorenzo
Herle, Stefan
Jirka, Simon
Kotsev, Alexander
Liebig, Thomas
Malewski, Christian
Paschke, Thomas
Stasch, Christoph
Title: Geospatial IoT—the need for event-driven architectures in contemporary spatial data infrastructures
Language (ISO): en
Abstract: The nature of contemporary spatial data infrastructures lies in the provision of geospatial information in an on-demand fashion. Although recent applications identified the need to react to real-time information in a time-critical way, research efforts in the field of geospatial Internet of Things in particular have identified substantial gaps in this context, ranging from a lack of standardisation for event-based architectures to the meaningful handling of real-time information as “events”. This manuscript presents work in the field of event-driven architectures as part of spatial data infrastructures with a particular focus on sensor networks and the devices capturing in-situ measurements. The current landscape of spatial data infrastructures is outlined and used as the basis for identifying existing gaps that retain certain geospatial applications from using real-time information. We present a selection of approaches—developed in different research projects—to overcome these gaps. Being designed for specific application domains, these approaches share commonalities as well as orthogonal solutions and can build the foundation of an overall event-driven spatial data infrastructure.
Subject Headings: event-driven architectures
asynchronous transactions
sensor web
spatiotemporal data
real-time data
stream processing
spatial data infrastructures
sensor networks
Subject Headings (RSWK): Drahtloses Sensorsystem
Echtzeitverarbeitung
Datenstrom
Geodateninfrastruktur
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2003/38397
http://dx.doi.org/10.17877/DE290R-20329
Issue Date: 2018-09-25
Rights link: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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