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SOA of Smart City Geospatial Management

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4 Author(s)
Mahmoud Al-Hader ; Geomatics Inf. Syst. Dept, Limitless LLC, Dubai, United Arab Emirates ; Ahmad Rodzi ; Abdul Rashid Sharif ; Noordin Ahmad

The research is essentially to modularize the structure of utilities and develop a system for following up the activities electronically on the city scale. The GIS operational platform will be the base for managing the infrastructure development components with the systems interoperability for the available city infrastructure related systems. The research will develop Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) in order to geospatially manage the available city infrastructure networks. The concentration will be on the available utility networks in order to develop a comprehensive, common, standardized geospatial data models. The construction operations for the utility networks such as electricity, water, Gas, district cooling, irrigation, sewerage and communication networks; are need to be fully monitored on daily basis, in order to utilize the involved huge resources and man power where the SOA will significant value. These resources are allocated only to convey the operational status for the construction and execution sections that used to do the required maintenance. The need for a system that serving the decision makers for following up these activities with a proper geographical representation will definitely reduce the operational cost for the long term.

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Computer Modeling and Simulation, 2009. EMS '09. Third UKSim European Symposium on

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25-27 Nov. 2009