- To develop software for collecting, processing, and storing information on air quality, atmospheric precipitation, snow cover, and industrial emissions in order to aggregate data from monitoring points and automatic control systems;
- To consolidate existing resources into a single information system;
- To implement tools for visualizing information and providing data in various dimensions.
The Information System for Automated Environmental Monitoring (RISAMOS) will provide government agencies, research organizations, commercial enterprises, and citizens with accurate and up-to-date information on the state of the environment.
Prior to the development of the system, there were no tools available to provide users with real-time information on the state of the observed object. The period of time from data formation to its reception, including checking for accuracy , was so long that the information lost its relevance.
To solve the tasks set, the software for data collection, processing and analysis will provide:
- Information collection in automatic and manual modes.
- Data storage.
- Data editing.
- Processing, analysis, interpretation, and visualization of indicators in several dimensions.
- User notification.
Data collection software that allows for:
- Consolidation of information from existing meteorology resources;
- Formation of the RISAMOS database;
- Recording the results of monitoring of atmospheric air, precipitation, snow cover, industrial emissions in various modes at stationary and mobile observation points based on route and operational trips;
- Performing calculations of pollutant concentrations and other environmental indicators in accordance with approved methods;
- Monitoring exceedance of threshold values;
- Providing interaction with interested (responsible) persons: notifying about exceedance of threshold values of pollutants using: SMS, e-mail, messenger messages;
- Exporting data to the international format of the EMEP program;
- Displaying values of environmental indicators and other information on an interactive map of Belarus;
- Restricting access to information according to a role model;
- Generating reports, graphs in various dimensions: observation objects, points and parameters.
Expected implementation results.
- Change approaches to the collection of observation data;
- Conduct real-time monitoring of the state of atmospheric air, precipitation, snow cover, and industrial emissions, as well as track their dynamics;
- Speed up and simplify information reception on the state of the environment by government agencies, research organizations, commercial enterprises, and the public;
- Timely identify negative impacts of natural and anthropogenic factors;
- Create conditions for the further development of the national environmental monitoring system and the construction of a green economy.