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Geographic platform for planning and decision support for risk management

Risk Management

Customer: Haut Comité Français Défense Civile (HCFDC)

Programme: Risk Management

Supply Chain: HCFDC > CS Group PDA


Main Picture

CS Group responsabilities are as follows:

  • Provision in SaaS mode of a turnkey solution.
  • Ergonomics studied for non-specialists.
  • Support services included.

The features are as follows:

  • 300 data layers
  • Annotation, comparison, layer measurements
  • Full text search
  • Visualization of the raster, vector layers
  • Real-time data visualization
  • Storage and management of multidimensional data
  • Integration of spatial-temporal data
  • Publication of maps
  • Product distribution
  • Import of external services
  • Cataloguing, harvesting

Project implementation

The project objectives are as follows:

  • Deploy a mapping platform to assist critical operators and territorial managers in their planning, decision support, risk and crisis management activities.
  • Integrate simulation and information acquisition functions and services into the CAIAC platform

The processes for carrying out the project are:

  • Incremental V-Model

Technical characteristics

The solution key points are as follows:

  • Full web solution hosted on a sovereign cloud (OVH)
  • Definition of standards for module input and output
  • Architecture of the service bus type
  • Scalability and potential for integration of new services
  • High reuse of a powerful and extensible base (GEOSTORM).

Archi Picture

The main technologies used in this project are:

Domain Technology(ies)
Operating System(s) Linux, WEB client
Programming language(s) HTML5, Javascript, Python
Interoperability (protocols, format, APIs) WMS, WFS, WMTS, WPS, CSW, BPMN, UML, LDAP, ISO 119115, 19139, Opensearch
Production software (IDE, DEVOPS etc.) Git, Docker, Jenkins
Main COTS library(ies) GEOSTORM, Angular JS 1.2.x, OpenLayers 3, Django, DRF, QuantumGIS, WebGL, Postgresql 9.x, Postgis, Elastic search