Global Management and Geo-Spatial Information System Applications

Rustam B. Rustamov
Assoc. Prof. Dr., Senior Scientist, Baku, Azerbaijan

Nargiz E. Samadova
Institute of Physics, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences Senior Scientist, Baku, Azerbaijan

Series: Physics Research and Technology, Space Science, Exploration and Policies
BISAC: SCI005000

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This book is based on the research results of the authors in the area of integration with related data existing in literature. The main aim of this book is to demonstrate the process of data collection and processing for management. This book describes suitability and how space technology advances could be used and oriented as an influential instrument in management. Within the framework of this book, the content has reflected general aspects of space technology applications. Remote sensing methods and GIS technology have been used as an instrument of data collection and processing depending on requirements of the task expected to be solved and implemented within the management process. This book presents space technology applications in different disciplines of engineering and the engineering management process. (Imprint: Nova)

Abstract

Introduction

Chapter 1. General Aspects of Space Technology Methods for Management/Data Collection

Chapter 2. Remote Sensing Technique: Concept and Principles

Chapter 3. Advances Space Technology in Engineering/Engineering Management

Chapter 4. Geo-Data in Environmental Monitoring and its Assessment

Chapter 5. Geo-Spatial Information Application: Definition and Management

Chapter 6. Effectiveness of Applications

Chapter 7. Geo-Information Data Application in Large Scaled Processes

Chapter 8. Flexibility of Use of Geographic Information System in Global Management

Chapter 9. A Full Stage of Management/Data Collection, Analyze and Processing

Chapter 10. Design/Definition of Indicators/Factors for Management

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Click here to read the book review by - Prof. DSc. Andon Lazarov, Computer Science, Burgas Free University, Burgas, Bulgaria

This book would be useful for people who would like to use advances of space technology in data collection with purpose of implementation in management process. It can be successfully presented in the next stage of data archiving as an instrument of organization management process improvement being able to study dynamic change process assessment and evaluation.

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