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• SPATIAL ANALYSIS visibility basin runway runoff drainage flooding Calculation of the catchment area for a given point. To achieve meaningful results it is necessary to enter a point on Thalweg. The result is the area from which water flows to the specified point Calculate the area submerged for a given height of water at a specified point. Calculate fluid drain path from the specified location. The calculation can be used as a quick graphical representation of risk in case of leakage flows hazardous liquids. Calculation of the visibility analysis. The analysis area is visible from the observer position.
• Calculation of the catchment area for a given point. To achieve meaningful results it is necessary to enter a point on Thalweg. The result is the area from which water flows to the specified point Calculate the area submerged for a given height of water at a specified point. Calculate fluid drain path from the specified location. The calculation can be used as a quick graphical representation of risk in case of leakage flows hazardous liquids. Calculation of the visibility analysis. The analysis area is visible from the observer position.
• Calculation of the catchment area for a given point. To achieve meaningful results it is necessary to enter a point on Thalweg. The result is the area from which water flows to the specified point Calculate the area submerged for a given height of water at a specified point. Calculate fluid drain path from the specified location. The calculation can be used as a quick graphical representation of risk in case of leakage flows hazardous liquids. Calculation of the visibility analysis. The analysis area is visible from the observer position.
• Calculation of the catchment area for a given point. To achieve meaningful results it is necessary to enter a point on Thalweg. The result is the area from which water flows to the specified point Calculate the area submerged for a given height of water at a specified point. Calculate fluid drain path from the specified location. The calculation can be used as a quick graphical representation of risk in case of leakage flows hazardous liquids. Calculation of the visibility analysis. The analysis area is visible from the observer position.
• My routing starting point Waypoint end point Underpasses and tunnels Tunnels unfit for freight Convenient tunnels Underpasses poor freight Convenient underpasses Bridges Bridges unsuitable for freight Convenient Bridges Road network nodes Interchange junction Level crossings Beginning or end of the communication National borders Other nodes Closures - Spot Brand No entry No entry truck ONLY ONE-WAY TRAFFIC LIMITED WIDTH RESTRICTED HEIGHT Podjezdu BRIDGE LOAD ATTITUDE roadway Danger of skidding rest Flooded traffic Highways and highway Main road Other communications SEN all - max rozliv Special Flood - rozliv
• DECISION MAKERS - Support for communication, coordination and decision making at all organization levels, which are obliged by law to cooperate at flood protection management - Concentration of all accessible information resources required for effective flood protection - Common shared work space for all participants of flood management CITIZENS OF REGION , resistants at risk - de marcating of flood areas borders - contacts of their local flood commissions - information on weather conditions - actual flood situation monitoring - photo documentation from flooding
• THE MOST IMPORTANT PARTS OF DIGITAL FLOOD PLAN Flood commission database Map part – functions – used datasets On-line functions and outlines
• BASIC DATASETS USED IN FLOOD PLAN BACKGROUND DATASETS Ortophotomap pixel size 50 cm Geodis, 2005/2006 by spatial resolution 2m
• BASIC DATASETS USED IN FLOOD PLAN BACKGROUND DATASETS ZABAGED (Fundamental Base of Geographic Data) 1 : 10 000 The Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre Updated 2006 Ortophotomap pixel size 50 cm Geodis, 2005/2006 Digital elevation model Geodis, 2005 Administrative boundaries and address points Czech Statistical Office, 2006
• BASIC DATASETS USED IN FLOOD PLAN BACKGROUND DATASETS ZABAGED (Fundamental Base of Geographic Data) 1 : 10 000 The Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre Updated 2006 Ortophotomap pixel size 50 cm Geodis, 2005/2006 Digital model of terrain Geodis, 2005 Administrative boundaries and address points Czech Statistical Office, 2006
• Data are created by origin (data of Fire Rescue Service – sirens, threaten objects, civil facilities…, data of flood commission connections… ) Data mustn’t be duplicated (another type of commissions by origin personal data) Advanced system of privileges (different privileges for common user, member of flood commission, creator of data…) Possibility to create on-line overview maps and time series
• FLOOD PLAN TECHNICAL OUTLINES - p ossibility to create on-line overview maps and time series – will be showed later - s hared common work place (discussion forum) – will be showed later - a larm messages from Integrated Warning Service of CHMI are accepted (by XML files) - e xport flood commissions data into central system of Czech Republic Flood Plan (by XML file) - RSS-channel was set
• FLOOD PLAN TECHNICAL OUTLINES - Possibility to create on-line overview maps and time series - Alarm messages accepting from Integrated Warning Service of CHMI (by XML files) - S hared common work place (discussion forum) - E xport flood commissions data into central system of Czech Republic Flood Plan (by XML file) - RSS-channel was set
• ### Flood briseid comp

1. 1. BRIdgingSErvicesInformation andData forEurope Regional Flood Portal Liberec Region, Czech Republic Presented by: RNDr. Karel Charvat, CSc. BRIdging Ing. Irena Košková SErvices Information and Data for EuropeBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of theBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission. European Commission.
2. 2. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation and INTRODUCTIONData forEurope • The objective is extended functionality of existing regional Flood Portal of Liberec Region • The objective is to introduce new technologies and and interfaces • The objective is add new modelling and dynamic functionality • The obligation to have prepared Flood Plan arises from Water Law (254/2001 Sb.) for all level of local governments. • The aplication will demonstrate practical usability of INSPIREBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
3. 3. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation andData for INTRODUCTIONEurope • Spatial analysis: VISIBILITY • Calculation of the visibility analysis. The analysis area is visible from the observer position.BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
4. 4. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation andData for INTRODUCTIONEurope • Spatial analysis: RUNOFF / DRAINAGE • Calculate fluid drain path from the specified location. The calculation can be used as a quick graphical representation of risk in case of leakage flows hazardous liquids.BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
5. 5. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation andData for INTRODUCTIONEurope • Spatial analysis: FLOODING • Calculate the area submerged for a given height of water at a specified point.BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
6. 6. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation andData for INTRODUCTIONEurope • Spatial analysis: CATCHMENT / BASIN • Calculation of the catchment area for a given point. To achieve meaningful results it is necessary to enter a point on Thalweg. The result is the area from which water flows to the specified pointBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
7. 7. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation andData for INTRODUCTIONEurope • ONLINE XML SERVICES OF CENTRAL TRANSPORT INFORMATION CENTER OF CZECH REPUBLIC • income status online traffic closures, traffic accidents and road meteorological services for the regionBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
8. 8. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation andData for INTRODUCTIONEurope • RECORDS USERS • contact lists of members of a flood staffs and crisis staffs of the output mapBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
9. 9. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation andData for INTRODUCTIONEurope • GIS ANALYSIS • road closure and alternate routes in case of floods • tool for determining alternate routes, highlighting the flooded area, parameters of elements of the road network and knowledge of traffic policeBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
10. 10. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation andData for INTRODUCTIONEurope • Describe here the pilot. Consider a typical use case to help better describe the usage. • Higlight connections with other projects (E.g. EU projects), or institutions relevant to the Pilot. • Use as many slides as necessary.BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
11. 11. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation andData for INTRODUCTIONEurope • ROUTINGBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
12. 12. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation andData for INTRODUCTIONEurope • ROUTINGBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
13. 13. BRIdgingSErvicesInformation andData for Future functionalityEurope • To modify interfaces using modern technology • To add additional analysis – Modeling and prediction on the base of online in situ measurement – Extension of functionality for additional risk – chemical disasters (wind flow modeling) – Integration with other regional system like waste management – Complex analysis as prediction of affected object of critical infrastructure etcBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
14. 14. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation and USERSData forEurope DECISION MAKERS (by Water Law the flood commissions become the operating body during the flood time) Flood Commissions of municipalities (215 in Liberec Region) Flood Commissions of municipalities with extended scope of activity (10 in Liberec Region) Flood Commission of Liberec Region (1 in Liberec Region) Regional Fire Rescue Service of Liberec Region CITIZENS OF REGION .BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
15. 15. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation and USERSData forEurope - support for communication, coordination and decision making at all organization levels, which are THE MOST IMPORTANT USERS obliged by law to cooperate at flood protection management DECISION MAKERS - concentration of all accessible information (by Water Law the flood commissions become the operating body resources required for effective flood protection during the flood time) - common shared work space for all participants of Flood Commissions of municipalities (216 in Liberec Region) flood management Flood Commissions of municipalities with extended scope of activity (10 in Liberec Region) Flood Commission of Liberec Region (1 in Liberec Region) Regional Fire Rescue areas borders - flood Service of Liberec Region CITIZENS OF - contacts of their local flood commissions REGION - information on weather conditions - actual flood situation monitoring - photo documentation from floodingBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
16. 16. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation and USERSData forEurope The most important part of Liberec Region Flood Plan. THE MOST IMPORTANTis accessible only for registered users The database PARTS OF DIGITALand it is filled directly by accredited members of FLOOD PLAN every flood commission separately, by means of mapserver. Flood commissions database It makes possible: Map part – functions – used datasets - to manage connection informations of all members On-line functions and outlines of flood commission and to use it for their own flood plan - to keep easily connection informations in current version without duplicating them - to see connection informations of other flood commisions in region and of superior commissions - to generate other types of commissions from inserted personal contacts (Security Boards and Crises Stuffs)BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
17. 17. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation and DATA USED FOR THE PILOTData forEurope BACKGROUND DATASETS ZABAGED (Fundamental Base of Geographic Data) 1 : 10 000 The Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre Updated 2006 Ortophotomap 20 cm per pixel Geodis, 2005/2006 Digital model of terrain Geodis, 2005 Administrative boundaries and addresses points Czech Statistical Office, 2006BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
18. 18. BRIdgingSErvicesInformation andData forEurope BASIC DATASETS USED IN FLOOD PLAN BACKGROUND DATASETS ZABAGED (Fundamental Base of Geographic Data) 1 : 10 000 The Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre Updated 2006 Ortophotomap pixel size 50 cm Geodis, 2005/2006 Digital model of terrain Geodis, 2005 Administrative boundaries and address points Czech Statistical Office, 2006BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
19. 19. BRIdgingSErvicesInformation andData forEurope BASIC DATASETS USED IN FLOOD PLAN BACKGROUND DATASETS ZABAGED (Fundamental Base of Geographic Data) 1 : 10 000 The Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre Updated 2006 Ortophotomap 50 cm per pixel Geodis, 2005/2006 Digital elevation model Geodis, 2005 Administrative boundaries and addresses points Czech Statistical Office, 2006BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
20. 20. BRIdgingSErvicesInformation andData forEurope BASIC DATASETS USED IN FLOOD PLAN BACKGROUND DATASETS ZABAGED (Fundamental Base of Geographic Data) 1 : 10 000 The Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre Updated 2006 Ortophotomap pixel size 50 cm Geodis, 2005/2006 Digital model of terrain Geodis, 2005 Administrative boundaries and address points Czech Statistical Office, 2006BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
21. 21. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation and DATA USED FOR THE PILOTData forEurope FLOOD PLAN SYSTEM OUTLINES Data are created by origin (data of Fire Rescue Service – sirens, threaten objects, civil facilities…, data of flood commission connections… ) Data mustn’t be duplicated (another type of commissions by origin personal data) Advanced system of privileges (different privileges for common user, member of flood commission, creator of data…)BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
22. 22. BRIdgingSErvices Regional Flood PortalInformation and DATA USED FOR THE PILOTData forEurope THE MOST IMPORTANT PARTS OF DIGITAL FLOOD PLAN Flood commission database Map part – functions – used datasets On-line functions and outlines - possibility to create on-line overview maps and time series - shared common work place (discussion forum) - alarm messages from Integrated Warning Service of CHMI are accepted (by XML files) - export flood commissions database into central system of Czech Republic Flood Plan (by XML file) - RSS-channel was setBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
23. 23. BRIdgingSErvicesInformation andData forEuropeBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
24. 24. BRIdgingSErvicesInformation andData forEuropeBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
25. 25. BRIdgingSErvicesInformation andData forEuropeBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.
26. 26. BRIdgingSErvicesInformation andData forEuropeBRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, 17-18 March 2010 Trento, Italy BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.