Cornelius Roth
Cornelius Roth UNIGIS, Projektmanager eBusinessLotse
  • Hellbrunnerstraße 34
  • 5020 Salzburg
Tel:
+49 (0) 8654 / 7750 -13 (vorübergehend)
Fax:
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cornelius.roth@sbg.ac.at www.zgis.at

Academic and Professional Functions

Research Interests

„GIS and SAFETY“ is an actual and important application field of Geoinformation research…
That special attention is directed toward establishment of Spatial Data Infrastructures (GDI/SDI) for the safety management.
One of the aspects of my research deals with standardisation efforts of the Open Geospatial Consortiums (OGC) .This belongs to my work the same as the collection of the need from practice (thus of emergency organizations, administrative authorities, guard services and safety companies, etc.).   The harmonization of data structures stands thereby in the foreground, like the need in real life and practical applications of new technologies for the Safety Management. ( ex. RFID, WLAN and ZigBee for location based for services (LBS).

Short-CV

Teaching

Instructor of UNIGIS Professional module 2 - Data Models and Structures
Managing and Developing materials and processes of UNIGIS Elective Modules in german and international UNIGIS context.

Aktuelle Veranstaltungen

Current publications

Strobl, J., C. Roth (2005) (eds.): GIS und Sicherheitsmanagement. Tagungsband. (from october on)

Contact details

Centre for Geoinformatics * Salzburg University
Hellbrunnerstrasse 34 * A-5020 Salzburg, Austria
phone +43-662-8044 5229 fax +43-662-8044 525

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