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The SensLog Platform – A Solution for Sensors and Citizen Observatories

Abstract : SensLog is an integrated server side Web based solution for sensor data management. SensLog consists of a data model and a server-side application which is capable of storing, analyzing and publishing sensor data in various ways. This paper describes the technical advancements of the SensLog platform. SensLog receives measured data from nodes and/or gateways, stores data in a database, pre-processes data for easier queries if desired and then publishes data through the system of web-services. SensLog is suitable for sensor networks with static sensors (e.g. meteorological stations) as well as for mobile sensors (e.g. tracking of vehicles, human-as-sensor). The database model is based on the standardized data model for observations from OGC Observations & Measurements. The model was extended to provide more functionalities, especially in the field of users’ hierarchy, alerts and tracking of mobile sensors. The latest SensLog improvements include a new version of the database model and an API supporting citizen observatories. Examples of pilot applications using SensLog services are described in the paper.
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Michal Kepka, Karel Charvát, Marek Šplíchal, Zbyněk Křivánek, Marek Musil, et al.. The SensLog Platform – A Solution for Sensors and Citizen Observatories. 12th International Symposium on Environmental Software Systems (ISESS), May 2017, Zadar, Croatia. pp.372-382, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-89935-0_31⟩. ⟨hal-01852634⟩

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