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26th Geographic Information Systems Conference and Exhibition 
“GIS ODYSSEY 2019”
 
ISSN 2623-5714 (Online) 
ISSN 2459-7619 (Print)
ISSN 2459-7627 (CD-ROM)
 
Editors: Izabela Basista, Piotr Cichociński, Ewa Dębińska, Małgorzata Gajos-Gržetić
 
Conference proceedings
 
September 2019: Split, Croatia; Cerklje, Slovenia; Kielce, Poland
 
GIS Odyssey 2019-cover
 
 

Photographing and recording the external appearance of a property is a complex problem in terms of its legal analysis. In particular, one must take into account the protection of the right to privacy, as well as copyright protection, and the rights arisin ...

AuthorAnna Badowska et al.
AffiliationCardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw
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The issue of building a competitive advantage based on new technologies and innovation is currently one of the vital problems of the tourism industry. Platforms that use blockchain technology through the implementation of smart contracts (such as Ethereum ...

AuthorDorota Benduch
AffiliationUniversity of Economics in Katowice
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This study deals with selected legal problems regarding the role of the environment and its protection in spatial planning of Polish sea areas. The first part of the work focuses on the environment itself and the protection of it, defining them in accord ...

AuthorTomasz Bojar-Fijałkowski
AffiliationKaziemierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz
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The paper presents the domain of specialised military systems and experiences in the development of such tools integrating GIS-based services within mobile application. Integration of specialised location-based services delivers capabilities for efficient ...

AuthorMariusz Chmielewski et al.
AffiliationMilitary University of Technology
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The paper presents description of developed mobile software designed as extension module for supporting land forces and territorial defence in battlespace data collection, situation awareness assessment and task guidance. The application and implemented a ...

AuthorMariusz Chmielewski et al.
AffiliationMilitary University of Technology
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The article presents the basic methods of identity theft that tourists on holidays – both domestic and foreign – are exposed to. Methods of protection against identity theft, including methods based on the geolocation of tourists, are also presented.

AuthorKamil Czaplicki et al.
AffiliationCardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw
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The observed development of cities in Poland, as well as in other cities of European countries is undoubtedly connected with the issues of intensive development of suburban areas. Therefore, the implementation of investment needs in those areas should be ...

AuthorSzymon Czyża et al.
AffiliationUniversity of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
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The article presents the publication achievements of "Geographic Information Systems Conference and Exhibition" and directions of the research presented in them. The resultant body of work includes scientific articles and monographs, published in 1994 to ...

AuthorMałgorzata Gajos-Gržetić et al.
AffiliationUniversity of Silesia in Katowice
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The article discusses the use of "Open Source" software Quantum GIS (QGIS) to search for the optimal location of observation network points in open-pit mines. The exploitation time of open-pit mines is ranges from a few to several years. Interference in t ...

AuthorMarcin Gil et al.
AffiliationKielce University of Technology
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The analysis of ICT security reports from recent years demonstrates a growing number of incidents that pose a serious threat to the functioning of network and information systems. This problem has been observed at the international, regional and local lev ...

AuthorAgnieszka Gryszczyńska
AffiliationCardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw
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When the market rules were introduced into the real estate economy, after the system changes in 1989, interest in the real estate market increased. In economic sciences the market is understood as the place where transactions are concluded along with the ...

AuthorOlgierd Kempa et al.
AffiliationWrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences
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This article presents a description of the methods for ensuring the security of databases in SIP/GIS spatial information systems. The methodology is understood here as a research system, which on one hand presents the formulation of the issue of providing ...

AuthorMaciej Kiedrowicz
AffiliationMilitary University of Technology
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Passenger lifts (lifts, elevators), escalators or moving walkways (sidewalk) are technical devices that is used day by day for millions of people. That are technical devices that we deal with every day. For the public safety is very important that these d ...

AuthorMaciej Kiedrowicz et al.
AffiliationMilitary University of Technology
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The Air Quality Plan, introduced as an element of EU policy, plays a fundamental role among instruments established to restore air quality in the area of excessive pollution. The obligation to prepare and implement the associated Programme applies to ever ...

AuthorAgata Kosieradzka-Federczyk et al.
AffiliationCardinal Stefan Wyszyński University
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The quantity and quality of open spaces in urban structures are the key for more livable and sustainable daily life of its residents and visitors. The dynamics of development, especially the transformations of urban structures such as real estate and buil ...

AuthorAnna Maria Kowalczyk et al.
AffiliationUniversity of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
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The primary objective of this project was to simplify and modernize the process of completing the archaeological documentation. We started it, in 2016, with the cooperation of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academic of Sciences. ...

AuthorKamil Kowalczyk et al.
AffiliationUniversity of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
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In this paper we describe potential use of unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly referred to as drones, in geospatial information, especially in accordance with new polish regulation for drones. The aim of this study is to consider whether during the initial ...

AuthorIrena Lipowicz et al.
AffiliationCardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw
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Research focuses on the selected legal aspects of air pollution in Poland. Today, improvement of air quality is one of the most complex challenges for the legislators. There is a direct link between the air pollution and the impairment of human health. Th ...

AuthorKinga Makuch
AffiliationCardinal Stefan Wyszyński University
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Nautical tourism has become one of the most expansive tourism forms at the sea, rivers and lakes, and thus the direct tourist occupation of the sea has started – the construction of appropriate ports, docks, berths, hangars, nautical centers and marinas. ...

AuthorBranimir Markovina et al.
AffiliationUniversity of Split
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Progress in agriculture means improvement of existing technologies of obtaining plant and animal products, and refers to changes caused by innovative undertakings, deliberately introduced by the farmer. Scientific progress in agriculture consists in ever ...

AuthorMarek Marks et al.
AffiliationUniversity of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
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Editors: Małgorzata Gajos-Gržetić, Sebastian Stach

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