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A Service-Oriented Approach for Network-Centric Data Integration and Its Application to Maritime Surveillance

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3 Author(s)
Parlanti, D. ; Nat. Interuniversity Consortium for Telecommun., Florence, Italy ; Paganelli, F. ; Giuli, D.

Maritime-surveillance operators still demand for an integrated maritime picture better supporting international coordination for their operations, as looked for in the European area. In this area, many data-integration efforts have been interpreted in the past as the problem of designing, building and maintaining huge centralized repositories. Current research activities are instead leveraging service-oriented principles to achieve more flexible and network-centric solutions to systems and data integration. In this direction, this article reports on the design of a SOA platform, the “Service and Application Integration” (SAI) system, targeting novel approaches for legacy data and systems integration in the maritime surveillance domain. We have developed a proof-of-concept of the main system capabilities to assess feasibility of our approach and to evaluate how the SAI middleware architecture can fit application requirements for dynamic data search, aggregation and delivery in the distributed maritime domain.

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Systems Journal, IEEE  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

June 2011

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