Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLI-B4, 35-43, 2016
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10 Jun 2016
M. Miškolci1, V. Šafář2, and R. Šrámková3 1Topographic Institute of Colonel Ján Lipský, Ružová 8, Banská Bystrica, Slovak Rapublic
2Research Institute of Geodesy, Topography and Cartography, v.v.i., Zdiby, Ústecká 98, Czech Republic
3Private person - Authorized surveyor and cartographer
Keywords: Produce 3D database, DIGEST, Photogrammetric mapping, Field inspection, Geographical analysis Abstract. The article describes the creation of initial three dimensional geodatabase from planning and designing through the determination of technological and manufacturing processes to practical using of Central Geospatial Database (CGD – official name in Slovak language is Centrálna Priestorová Databáza – CPD) and shortly describes procedures of its revision. CGD ensures proper collection, processing, storing, transferring and displaying of digital geospatial information. CGD is used by Ministry of Defense (MoD) for defense and crisis management tasks and by Integrated rescue system. For military personnel CGD is run on MoD intranet, and for other users outside of MoD is transmutated to ZbGIS (Primary Geodatabase of Slovak Republic) and is run on public web site. CGD is a global set of geo-spatial information. CGD is a vector computer model which completely covers entire territory of Slovakia. Seamless CGD is created by digitizing of real world using of photogrammetric stereoscopic methods and measurements of objects properties. Basic vector model of CGD (from photogrammetric processing) is then taken out to the field for inspection and additional gathering of objects properties in the whole area of mapping. Finally real-world objects are spatially modeled as a entities of three-dimensional database. CGD gives us opportunity, to get know the territory complexly in all the three spatial dimensions. Every entity in CGD has recorded the time of collection, which allows the individual to assess the timeliness of information. CGD can be utilized for the purposes of geographical analysis, geo-referencing, cartographic purposes as well as various special-purpose mapping and has the ambition to cover the needs not only the MoD, but to become a reference model for the national geographical infrastructure.
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Citation: Miškolci, M., Šafář, V., and Šrámková, R.: CREATING OF CENTRAL GEOSPATIAL DATABASE OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC AND PROCEDURES OF ITS REVISION, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLI-B4, 35-43,, 2016.

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