Portal for analysis and management using the map (aka PAUK) provides access to integrated data from various information systems whose data can be visualized and presented in the spatial area; respectively portal enables to view them in a web environment.
If observed under the Road Management System umbrella, Road PAUK primarily relates to the visualization, respectively graphical presentation of data from the Infrastructure Data Base in the spatial area (on the map). So for example, PAUK can display roads divided by classification category as well as their associated labels.
Some examples of datasets contained in Infrastructure Data Base model that can be displayed by PAUK:
- service facilities
- traffic counting
- lighting of roads
PAUK as a true integrator of data can display data from other SUGOC subsystems. So can display data from:
- ROC – Routine Maintenance of roads
- SSP – Traffic Safety System
- IP – Extraordinary transportation
- OSP – Notifications on the traffic status
- NOO – Axle load control
PAUK supports the view of georeferenced videos in conjunction with display of the trajectory and the current position on the main map.
In PAUK all interactions are performed with a mouse click. Both left and right mouse button have function. Left mouse button performs a spatial query on the site of interest, and retrieves data from the related information systems and databases. Right mouse button launches adaptive reporting in terms of the predefined reports automatically invited to the spatial parameters that were determined by right-clicking the mouse. Rarely the use of the keypad is also required when you wish to enter specific filters, such as choosing the date, time, road, etc.
PAUK is capable of displaying a variety of user available backgrounds such as DOF, HOK, OSM Mapnik, Google Maps, TK, Cadastre …
Additional functionality is the ability to filter data according to their spatial attributes (e.g., road) or the temporal dimension (date).
Classic desktop GIS tools adorn the possibility of printing the displayed data. Although the PAUK is a web application it also supports printing of displayed maps with the support of a wide range of display measures (1:1.000-1:500.000) and paper formats (from A0-A4). Print is executed directly in the PDF format which allows the user to either send produced maps further by electronic means (email) or do the classic print on paper.