Automatic Generation of an Interactive, Real time, Web-based Maps from Sensor-based Geographic Databases

@inproceedings{Laurini2016AutomaticGO,
  title={Automatic Generation of an Interactive, Real time, Web-based Maps from Sensor-based Geographic Databases},
  author={Robert Laurini and Hafida Belbachir and Zina Bouattou},
  booktitle={DMS},
  year={2016}
}
In recent years, we have seen a growing number of location-based sensors used to measure increasingly diverse phenomena. Therefore, we consider the increasing need to efficiently manage the huge amount of data collected from located wireless sensor networks (WSN). In some phenomena, it is fundamental to generate maps in real time. Data can be grouped into web-cartography for diverse purposes; so finally, we develop a web-based mapping on demand. In this paper, in addition to cartographic… 

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