Professors at the School of Engineering and Applied Science Sanjay Chaudhary and Mehul S Raval have received funding from Natural Resources Data Management System (NRDMS)-National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) of the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, to develop data content standards for data representation, sharing, and interoperability pertaining to soil, forest, and surface geological map data. Professor Chaudhary is the Principal Investigator and Professor Raval is the Co-Investigator on the project. The objectives of the four-month project are to set standards for data representation, search for service standards for data acquisition and integration, create a global XML schema for data, search for required OGC web service development standards, develop soil, forest, and geological map ontology for data classification and inferencing, generate information regarding accessibility, interoperability, and utility of the sharable data infrastructure, build conceptual models for data, and identify relevant-use cases.
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