FAT – Protective forest assessment toolbox
The Protective Forest Assessment Tool (FAT) was created within the Interreg Alpine Space project – GreenRisk4ALPs (ASP 635). The innovative tool offers user-tailored support for practitioners involved in ecosystem-based natural hazard risk management. FAT’s overarching goal is to estimate the value mountain forest has for protecting buildings and infrastructure against gravitational natural hazards such as snow avalanches, rockfall and shallow landslides. The web platform was designed for different user groups such as local and regional public authorities and other decision makers working in the field of natural hazard risk management.
Slow Drives Portal
At the end of the 2019 we successfully completed few years long project for Slovenian Railways, where our main role as a partner was to develop services for visualisation of assets within integration of IBM Maximo and ESRI ArcGIS systems. Due to certain limitations of this environments, we later developed an independent portal called Slow Drive, which enables an overview and control over different activities that take place on a rail network in Slovenia.
CEOIS – Customised Earth Observation-based Information Services
The overall goal of the CEOIS project is to assist the geo-spatial unit of the World Bank.
The following information layers were provided and discussed with the end user:
– extent of informal settlements and their status (e.g. random distribution of housing, structured (presence of roads for supply delivery);
– surface water extent;
– grassland extent and status (permanency, activity, disturbance);
– land cover conversions (grassland to urban, forest to bare earth, forest to urban, forest to grassland etc.);
– degradation risk assessment.
The system is running on ONDA DIAS cloud platform. Web services REST-API where developed, published and successfully used on CEOIS WebMap prototype portal.
Supporting Water Sector Reforms Communication and Staff Inductions in Kenya
The Ministry of Water and Sanitation in Kenya and the International Development
Association have initiated the development of The Water Sector Reforms portal in order to
improve informing about this reform and to strengthen the capacity of water sector staff.
GeoCodis, together with its partners developed an interactive web based Water Sector
Reforms Portal, which serves as public information point and Staff Information Portal for
employees, designed for internal use for the storage and exchange of information.
Management Information System for Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Sector in Rwanda
The Government of Rwanda decided to develop a new WATSAN MIS that includes also Hygiene information. The new system is Web-based and thus accessible from anywhere and at any time, without delay. Given the key role of the Districts in water and sanitation development this is a key feature to support decentralized planning and monitoring.
GeoCodis, together with its partners, developed a web and android system for collecting, analyzing and reporting of field data that are needed for following Sustainable Development Goals, in particular SDG 6 that ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. The system allows to configure and collect data on a village, cell, sector and district level and possibility to aggregate data into a higher hierarchy. Districts and province for example. The system is ready for roll-out in the spring of 2019.
Utility Performance Monitoring and Information System
The Ministry of Water and Environment in Uganda and the Austrian Development Agency have initiated the development of a web-based solution to improve the accuracy and reliability of information on rural water schemes. Access to a safe water supply is one of the basic human rights, and too many Ugandan citizens still do not have safe and easy access to water.
GeoCodis and its partner in Uganda, We Consult, are developing a web-based Utility Performance Monitoring and Information System (UPMIS) which uses internet connected technologies like smartphones and network computers.
UPMIS is becoming an important tool for collecting data about the conditions of water schemes and their monthly operations using SMS, mobile phone or web formats. UPMIS is a high performance monitoring, reporting and analytical solution for use at a regulatory, operational or utility level.
Quality of Services (QoS) is a mechanism in the mobile phone industry which controls the performance, reliability, and usability of a telecommunications service. For these purposes we have developed the GeoQoS portal for the visualization of important parameters on which depend QoS. The main users of the portal are specialists responsible for connections, service response time, losses, the signal-to-noise ratio, cross-talk, echoes, interruptions, frequency response, loudness levels, etc.
Other users of GeoQoS are managers, call centre operators, marketing employees, and so on.
The GeoQoS application combines technical data on cells and base stations with Google Maps and the visualization of different parameters.
For Port of Koper we developed web-based GIS portal for overview of port infrastructure. Users can simply and efficiently find location and other data about infrastructure of equipment present in the port (from rails to defibrillators). Part of the portal offers overview and management of construction and maintenance sites across the grounds. Different departments can be up-to-date on what’s happening in the port.
Portal includes different layers of access, displays geolocated data, simplifies the paperwork and makes communication faster.
In collaboration with CGS plus we developed part of the application that DARS (Slovenian Motorway Company) uses for management and supervision of Slovenian motorway system. This application offers management of maintenance vehicles fleet as well as overview of current weather and road conditions. It also predicts the road conditions for the next 72 hours.
Our part in the project was visualization of big sets of geolocated data.
Sentinel 1A and 1B are European radar imaging satellites which supply images in all light and weather conditions. They track many aspects of our environment, including detecting and tracking oil spills and flood areas, monitoring movement in land surfaces, and mapping changes in the land surface.
GeoCodis and Space SI are working together to provide services for receiving up-to-date satellite images, for the detection and analysis of water surfaces and flood areas, and to provide the right information for users.
At present we are able to provide information about water coverage for all European countries and a significant area of Africa with a frequency of 3-5 days. The ground resolution of the data is 10 metres.
VodiNep is a web based application that offers simple overview of Slovenian real estate records. By aggregating and analizying data from different official sources it enables fast and simple diagnosis of legal state of real estate. It is used by private owners, building managers and other users.
GeoCodis, information systems, Ltd.
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