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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Yaroslav Agarkov
Geographic Information System for the Monitoring and Analyzing Displacement
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
This work is devoted to the development of a geographic Information system for the monitoring and analyzing displacement of couriers. The work consists of four chapters. The first chapter contains information and best practices on the subject area, on the basis of which software development was conducted. The second chapter contains a feasibility study for the development of this software product and the stage of its design. The third chapter describes the stage of development, integration and implementation of the geographic information system for monitoring and analysis of displacements, as well as the first results and benefits obtained from the implementation of this system. The fourth chapter of this work contains problems that were identified during the use of the system and ways to solve these problems with a description of the technologies used.

In the course of this work, a number of tasks were performed, among them: filtering of interference in the received locations and, smoothing the recorded route for more precise definition of the path length, creating an algorithm for determining the fact of visiting the address, solving energy efficiency problems on Adroid-based smartphones, parallelizing tasks on the server , caching data, creating an architecture for the combination of site as a service and backend as a service systems, for later granting access to the system to third parties, and providing them with the opportunity for and Integration into the developed system.

This paper describes the successful implementation of a geographic information system for the analysis and control of movements in a company engaged in the delivery of correspondence, a description of the company's business processes, the problems it faces and methods for solving these problems in the framework of the proposed software. Also describes the benefits of the company from the implementation of this software product, the results of which were achieved.

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