Integrated Environmental Information System
The Integrated Environmental Information System is an autonomous system for collecting, processing and displaying environmental data. It consists of three distinct sub-systems:
A) The individual Concentration Measurement System, which collects data (after polling) from the Environmental Sensor Stations (ESS), which are located at predetermined points. The ESS is equipped with special sensors for collecting data on environmental conditions, such as sensors for measuring the weather conditions (sensors for tension / wind direction, temperature / humidity, rainfall, visibility / fog, etc.) and the state of the road (water, ice, snow) and clearly described below.
B) The sub-data management system. The subsystem includes the Control Center, which has the ability:
- Receiving data from the Data Processing Subsystem and spreads based on specific rules and information channels to the ultimate consumers,
- Indicates information messages and assumes the diffusion after the approval of the system,
- In case of emergency provide specific information to specific groups and send the necessary messages.
Figure 2 below shows graphically how the information System weather.