Advances in Planetary Information Systems


The volume on Advances in Planetary GIS is composed of innovative contributions from researchers (and users) in the field of planetary sciences and should also provide introductory material for (post)-graduates getting involved in this research field.

Topics are
[a] spatio-temporal GI aspects for planning and tracking of rovers and manned missions,
[b] geologic mapping conducted through NASA/ESA-financed programs,
[c] developments and application of DB models for specific requirements (also for collaboration)
[d] spatial remote-sensing data analysis (hyperspectral, terrain models, image data) for
landing-site assessments/selections as well as traverse planning,
[e] aspects of interoperability (accessing archive nodes via webGIS) using WF/WM/WC services,
[f] compliance to standards (XML Metadata, OGC, ...)
[f] processing and incorporation of data,
[g] cartographic aspects (map layout/production, visualisation),
[h] software developments for planetary research

Product Details

Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
Publish Date
14 January 2018

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