GEP  Vol.7 No.6 , June 2019
Localization Applications of 3D-GIS Artificial Weather Modification Operational Command System in Fuxin, China
Based on the command and management requirements of weather modification operations in Fuxin City, China, a new generation of three-dimensional operation command system platform for new artificial weather modification was developed and developed using modern communication network technology. The system uses integrated three-dimensional geographic information system (3D-GIS), global positioning system (GPS) positioning and virtual reality technology to calculate, analyze and process the new basic geographic information and weather modification information vector data, generate real-time weather modification operations and guide products in Fuxin area, and realize the impact on labor. The three-dimensional, comprehensive and effective management of basic weather information, early warning and forecast information, disaster prevention and mitigation information and other decision support information provides technical support for scientifically and effectively managing and directing weather modification operations.
Cite this paper: Sun, K. , Sun, B. , Zhang, X. , Zhai, Q. , Liu, Y. , Ma, X. , Xu, H. and Liu, J. (2019) Localization Applications of 3D-GIS Artificial Weather Modification Operational Command System in Fuxin, China. Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, 7, 125-134. doi: 10.4236/gep.2019.76011.

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