Collecting and Visualizing Non-Spatial Data from Stream Gauge Sensors

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Collecting and Visualizing Non-Spatial Data from Stream Gauge Sensors

While you may think of a real-time GIS system typically associated with moving assets (vehicles, airplanes, and vessels) or with events that happen in our environment (accidents, crime, and weather), a vast amount of data is available from sensors that do not actually physically move. However, these fixed sensors do have a location, and the data emitted can be visualized on a web map. In this example, we will assign the current water height values to a set of stream gauge sensors that reside in the State of Florida, U.S. In addition to assigning a non-spatial value to a sensor location on a map, a historical value table will be maintained, and this data will be visualized using time series charts.

The video below walks through the example and the attached document provides additional step-by-step details on implementing this example.

 

 

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