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5101.3 - Implementation of the Fog Computing Approach into Geospatial Web Services

Wednesday, July 5
9:10 AM - 9:30 AM
Location: Delaware A

A number of publications on the information technologies subject in last few years highlights a slow shift from a centralized Cloud-based architecture of information systems (large-scale data centers/thin clients) to decentralized architecture (large-scale data centers/partial storage and computation on client devices). This approach is denoted as Fog Computing or Fog Networking. The presentation highlights need and possibility of involvement of the Fog Computing approach when developing geospatial Web services.

Evgeny Panidi

Docent
Saint Petersburg State University

Docent (Associate Professor) at the Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia. In 2000 got higher education (specialist diploma) in Cartography and in 2012 - doctoral degree in geoinformatics. Research interest is focused on GIS architecture, geospatial data processing in thematic domains, and geospatial technology implementation in multidisciplinary studies.

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