Information System for Automated Multicriterial Analytical Control of Geomagnetic Field and Space Weather Parameters

  • Andrei VorobevEmail author
  • Gulnara Vorobeva (Shakirova)
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 741)


Long-term experimental researches in various spheres prove an influence of space weather, geomagnetic field, its variations and anomalies on systems and objects of various origins. The estimation of the influence requires an effective approach to analyze the principles of distribution of geomagnetic field parameters on the Earth’s surface, its subsoil and in circumterrestrial space. In this paper the authors suggest the solution, which is based on modern geoinformation and web technologies and provides the mechanisms to calculate, analyze and visualize parameters of geomagnetic field and its variations. The most attention here is paid to research and development of integrated information space for monitoring and analytical control of parameters of space weather, geomagnetic field and its variations. The integrated information space is based on the set of conception, models, and methods and represented as analytical information system GEOMAGNET (


Geoinformation systems Geomagnetic variations Analytical information systems Geomagnetic field Space weather Magnetic storms Data assimilation Integration and fusion 



The reported study was supported by RFBR, research projects No. 14-07-00260-a, 14-07-31344-mol-a, 15-17-20002-d_s, 15-07-02731_a, and the grant of President of Russian Federation for the young scientists support MK-5340.2015.9.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ufa State Aviation Technical UniversityUfaRussia

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