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Time frame: 09.2010 to 12.2010

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Description: Within this project 52°North conducted a feasibility study for the Service Centre Information Technology of the BMVBS (DLZ-IT BMVBS). The aim was to analyse the capabilities of the Sensor Observation Service (SOS) to serve near-real time tracking data. The result of the project was a specialised SOS version capable of delivering near-real time ship tracking data from the Automatic Identification System (AIS) for the Weser River in Germany. Furthermore a WMS proxy was delivered in order to integrate the SOS as a WMS layer in legacy WMS clients.

Commissioned/Funded by: Service Centre Information Technology of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development (DLZ-IT BMVBS)

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