OnoM@p : a Spatial Data Infrastructure dedicated to noise monitoring based on volunteers measurements
- Subject Areas
- Spatial and Geographic Information Systems, World Wide Web and Web Science
- Noise, GIS, crowdsourcing, smartphones, OGC, SDI, spatial analysis, VGI
- © 2016 Bocher et al.
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- 2016. OnoM@p : a Spatial Data Infrastructure dedicated to noise monitoring based on volunteers measurements. PeerJ Preprints 4:e2273v2 https://doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.2273v2
The present paper proposes an ideal Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) dedicated to noise monitoring based on volunteers measurements. Called OnoM@P, it takes advantage of the geospatial standards and open source tools to build an integrated platform to manage the whole knowledge about a territory and to observe its dynamics. It intends also to diffuse good practices to organize, collect, represent and process geospatial data in field of acoustic researches. OnoM@p falls within the framework of the Environmental Noise Directive (END) 2002/49/CE. The system relies on the NoiseCapture Android application developed for allowing each citizen to estimate its own noise exposure with its smartphone.
This is an article intended for the OGRS2016 Collection. A conclusion has been added to respond to the reviewer.