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Lino Oliveira is a senior researcher and project manager at the Center for Information Systems and Computer Graphics at INESC TEC. His activity has been oriented to the management and development of national and international projects of geospatial information systems, based on OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) standards in governmental institutions and companies. He holds a postgraduate degree in Enterpirose Applications Engineering and a degree in Information Systems Engineering from the Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto. He also has a specialization in Project Management from Porto Business School.

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  • Name

    Lino Oliveira
  • Cluster

    Computer Science
  • Role

    Project Leader
  • Since

    04th September 2000
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Publications

2016

GeoSpatial Platform for Port Management Processes

Authors
Oliveira, L; Santos, J; Dias, L;

Publication
2016 11TH IBERIAN CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES (CISTI)

Abstract
Port authorities have the need to manage diverse information within the port area under its responsibility regarding their land and sea infrastructures. Through this innovation, which adds value to the port and its activity, it is made an interconnection of strategic areas, with the provision and sharing of structured data in a georeferenced environment. This work presents an innovative platform, based on various modules and allows effective control and efficient management of operations, processes and requirements associated with any sea port. The developed modules are designed to support the activities of business processes in the following areas of the port administration: Heritage, Hydrography, Port Traffic, Dominial, Studies and Works, Safety and Environment. Most of these modules were pioneers in the integration with business process management of portuguese ports of Leixoes and Viana do Castelo.

2013

GIDERAS Regional Spatial Data Infrastructure and Sectorial Applications Manager

Authors
Oliveira, L; Dias, L; Rodrigues, A; Barros, R;

Publication
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2013 8TH IBERIAN CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES (CISTI 2013)

Abstract
SDIs allow the gathering of technical and organizational elements needed to enable the usage of territorial based information in an interoperable way. However, the cost of managing an SDI is high and the expertise level required is too specialized which, combined, hamper its maintenance and operation. This work, still in progress, presents a proposal for a manager for a regional level SDI, free software based, following the European INSPIRE (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community) directive principles and complying with OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) standards. This CMS (Content Management System) for the SDI will shield the user from the inherent complexity and ease the creation of innovative services and the integration of cross-sectorial applications for a given region, using the geographic information generated by each municipality, as well as provide data for sibling SDIs (inter regional) and parent SDIs (supra regional).

2013

A Web & Mobile City Maintenance Reporting Solution

Authors
Santos, J; Rodrigues, F; Oliveira, L;

Publication
Procedia Technology

Abstract

2012

Geographical Web Platform for e-Tourism

Authors
Lino Oliveira; Leonel João Dias; André Correia Rodrigues; Mário Jorge Leitão; António Coelho; José Manuel Oliveira

Publication
ENTER 2012 - 18th ENTER eTourism Conference, Helsingborg, Suécia

Abstract
Nowadays it's basically mandatory for any tourist region to have a web site intended for the potential visitors. A wealth of new possibilities has recently sprung up with the support by modern browsers of new standards and technologies. Additionally, in contrast with other areas, for which various platforms are already available and simply require some customisation, this doesn't happen with tourism. This paper describes the design of a generic platform that can be customised to any tourist region, featuring integrated georeferencing of items from heterogene-ous sources, trip planner based on a suggestion engine - considering the location and category of included points of interest (POI) -, interconnection of Events, POI, Routes and Itineraries. The result goes beyond what's currently available and is being deployed in the Douro Valley wine region in a proof of concept and case study manner.

2012

Implementação de uma Infraestrutura de Dados Espaciais regional baseada em software livre

Authors
Lino Oliveira; Artur Rocha; António Coelho; Leonel João Dias; André Correia Rodrigues; Manuel Sousa; Domingos Silva

Publication
CISTI'2012 - 7ª Conferência Ibérica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informação, Madrid , Espanha

Abstract
Spatial data infrastructures (SDI) are extremely important in order to combine the technical and organizational elements required to promote the use of territory-based information in an interoperable way. In fact, geographic information has unique intrinsic features, which makes it a natural indexing mechanism for spatial data. Due to its high cost and upgrade dynamics, this information should be available for reuse and should be managed and maintained by those responsible for producing it as part of management interventions in the territory. Therefore, it is important that different spatial data infrastructures, developed at different hierarchical levels, coexist and communicate in an interoperable way so that they can constitute a spatial basis of reference that facilitates the integration with other sectorial applications. This ongoing work proposes the implementation of a regional spatial data infrastructure based on free software, in compliance with the principles of the EU INSPIR