Wherever they might come from the data are centralized in a database called TRS (Tiramisu Repository Service) based on PostgreSQL/PostGIS. Practically, the (TRS) is a database with geographical capabilities, working in a client-server architecture, in which different tools store and read data. The inner structure is made of data tables allocated to divisions (the schemas) covering each a specific main functionality. It can be hosted in an office on a desktop computer, on a laptop for autonomous field survey, as a server in a computing centre, or also on ruggedized lightweighed field server. So the TRS centralises the information and makes it available to all the tools whenever and wherever they need it.
The data storage
- Category: The TRS global system