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An integrated platform for the collection, display and management of experimental data linked to a precise geographical location has as its fundamental component a GIS (geographic information system).
A GIS is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present spatial or geographic data.
The advent of web mapping (the process of using the maps delivered by GIS in World Wide Web) can be regarded as a major new trend in cartograph.
The term WebGIS describes a web portal designed for web mapping, but also emphasizes geodata processing aspects such as data acquisition and data analysis.

Typical examples of GIS applications published in WebGIS version are the territorial information systems of public bodies such as Regions, Municipalities and Parks: these web portals make environmental, urban and territorial information accessible to citizens by offering navigation on a cartographic basis of the same.
Similar WebGIS portals are also widespread for companies (public or private) that manage large networks of infrastructures distributed throughout the territory (eg water networks, methane gas distribution networks, transport networks, etc): these systems usually provide maps and informations meant for companies' custumers.

One of the most important features for a software application intended for use on the web is obtained by the so-called responsive web design, which is an approach to web design that makes web pages render well on a variety of devices and window or screen size.

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An integrated platform for the collection, display and management of experimental data linked to a precise geographical location has as its fundamental component a GIS (geographic information system).
A GIS is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present spatial or geographic data.
The advent of web mapping (the process of using the maps delivered by GIS in World Wide Web) can be regarded as a major new trend in cartograph.
The term WebGIS describes a web portal designed for web mapping, but also emphasizes geodata processing aspects such as data acquisition and data analysis.

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Typical examples of GIS applications published in WebGIS version are the territorial information systems of public bodies such as Regions, Municipalities and Parks: these web portals make environmental, urban and territorial information accessible to citizens by offering navigation on a cartographic basis of the same.
Similar WebGIS portals are also widespread for companies (public or private) that manage large networks of infrastructures distributed throughout the territory (eg water networks, methane gas distribution networks, transport networks, etc): these systems usually provide maps and informations meant for companies' custumers.

One of the most important features for a software application intended for use on the web is obtained by the so-called responsive web design, which is an approach to web design that makes web pages render well on a variety of devices and window or screen size.

Generic placeholder image

An integrated platform for the collection, display and management of experimental data linked to a precise geographical location has as its fundamental component a GIS (geographic information system).
A GIS is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present spatial or geographic data.
The advent of web mapping (the process of using the maps delivered by GIS in World Wide Web) can be regarded as a major new trend in cartograph.
The term WebGIS describes a web portal designed for web mapping, but also emphasizes geodata processing aspects such as data acquisition and data analysis.

Generic placeholder image

Typical examples of GIS applications published in WebGIS version are the territorial information systems of public bodies such as Regions, Municipalities and Parks: these web portals make environmental, urban and territorial information accessible to citizens by offering navigation on a cartographic basis of the same.
Similar WebGIS portals are also widespread for companies (public or private) that manage large networks of infrastructures distributed throughout the territory (eg water networks, methane gas distribution networks, transport networks, etc): these systems usually provide maps and informations meant for companies' custumers.

One of the most important features for a software application intended for use on the web is obtained by the so-called responsive web design, which is an approach to web design that makes web pages render well on a variety of devices and window or screen size.

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Planned activities within PerFORM WATER 2030

PerFORM WATER 2030 activities regarding the planning and implementation of an integrated web platform to support experimentation activities are part of the Transversal activities of implementation and dissemination.
The Web Platform to be implemented is designed for information sharing, visualization of analytical data and monitoring thus providing a decision support system; the platform will also contribute to the dissemination of project's results and knowledge to technicians, citizens and other stakeholders.

Objectives and expected results

  • Develop and operate specific dashboards for the geolocation of the various experimental activities.

  • Visualization and management of analytical and monitoring data coming from the different experimental activities.

  • Support the interaction between project's partners and with stakeholders (both technical and non-technical), also through an integration with the Open Innovation platform of Lombardy Region.

Description of the activities

  • Requirements analysis: type of data to manage, functionality of analytical dashboards, types of user and users' privileges.

  • Definition of the best technological solution in relation to the requirements and design of the platform based on open-source software.

  • Implementation of the platform, upload of analytical data and publication of informative content.

Partners involved

GeneGIS GI performed the research and implementation activities for a web platform especially meant for management, visualization and analysis of the experimental data collected within the project.
CAP Group provided technical support to identify the contents to be managed in the platform and made the experimental data available.

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