APPLICATION OF SERVICE ORIENTED GIS IN AGRICULTURE PUBLISHED

D. SLADIĆ, A. RADULOVIĆ, M. GOVEDARICA
The need for properly maintained geospatial data has imposed the development of spatial data infrastructure at national, regional and global level. National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) reduces redundancy and allows for easy access, participation and sharing of spatial data on the principles of interoperability. Given the great importance of land and soil, it is necessary to effectively organize agricultural records and that they contain well-structured data. Agricultural data should be well organized, and the data should be well structured so that interoperable systems can be realized, in order to become part of the national geospatial data infrastructure. Data model for GIS in agriculture should be based on Land Parcel Information System (LPIS), as well as on the recommendations of the INSPIRE Directive and the relevant legislation. Many different applications can be implemented for this data model, among them is application for advisory service. Service oriented architecture (SOA) is proposed architecture for this solution.
data model, INSPIRE, LPIS, agriculture, advisory service
Presentation: oral

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