the RIS Index

the RIS Index
Managing geo-reference data within
River Information Services – the RIS Index
Christoph Plasil, via donau
14.09.2011
© IRIS Europe II I 1
Project is co-funded by the European Union
(EC / DG-TREN / TEN-T)
Introduction
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RIS is built on four key services:
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Inland ECDIS (electronic navigational charts)
Notices to Skippers (notices to mariners)
Electronic reporting (electronic submission of
cargo/commodity)
Vessel tracking and tracing (Inland AIS)
All services make use of (geo-)reference data
RIS reference data
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is used for (unique) encoding of information
data sets are maintained by different organizations
(RIS providers, authorities, standardization
organizations)
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The RIS Index is a tool for geo-reference data
management.
RIS Index data
Unique object ID (ISRS location code)
e.g.: AT VIE 00001LOCKS 19212
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UN country code (2 digits)
UN location code (3 digits)
Fairway section code (5 digits)
Object reference code (5 digits)
Fairway hectometre (5 digits)
Object coordinates (lat/lon)
Additional attributes
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Object name
Limitations
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Geo-ref. data production (AT)
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Orthophoto / GIS Data
IENC production
Object properties in IENCs
IENC – RIS Index converter
Use of RIS Index for RIS Services (NtS, ERI, VTT,
additional non-standardized services)
Orthophoto / GIS -> IENC
ISRS location code (IENC Designer)
IENC - RIS Index converter
IENC
data base
IENC - RIS
Index
converter
RIS Index
RIS geo-ref. data flow
ERDMS
(European Ref. Data
Management System)
RIS Index
Interoperability
RIS user
Geo-information in NtS message
NtS display in ECDIS viewer
Facility Information in ECDIS viewer
Dynamic lock status based on ISRS code
Benefits of geo-ref. data management
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Ease maintenance of ref. data and reduce
redundancy
Ref. data changes are (automatically) rolled out to
applications
Connected service owner/provider do not need to
maintain geo-reference data
Interoperability between RIS services
 There is a need for uniform RIS reference data
management considering all RIS services
Thank you for your attention!
Christoph Plasil
via donau – Österreichische Wasserstraßen-Gesellschaft mbH
A-1220 Wien, Donau-City-Straße 1
Tel +43 50 4321 1612, Fax +43 50 4321 1050
[email protected]
www.via-donau.org
www.iris-europe.net
© IRIS Europe II I 17
Project is co-funded by the European Union
(EC / DG-TREN / TEN-T)
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