A beta-copy of the all-Ukrainian fire monitoring GIS-map has been created

Kyiv geo-analysts have created a tool to analyse fires in open ecosystems of Ukraine for the last five years, as well as to monitor fires, having broken out for the last two days.

“The all-Ukrainian GIS-map of fires in ecosystems of Ukraine for the last 5 years” has been created by the Centre for Innovation Development in cooperation with Heinrich Boell Foundation, Bureau Kyiv — Ukraine.

According to Vitaliy Selyk, the head of the project of the GIS-map development, while creating the tool, open satellite, governmental and non-governmental data were used (NASA, ESA-European Space Agency, OpenStreetMap, GeoPortalUA, StateGeoCadastre, State Emergency Service of Ukraine).

03.12.2020 - 13:09 | Views: 1111
A beta-copy of the all-Ukrainian fire monitoring GIS-map has been created

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