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Advantages of EOS

Configuring GIS resources into EOS, makes the dataset real time available for multiple concurrent users of any connected Orbit client.

Add, edit or remove Objects

It is possible for multiple users to add, edit and remove dataset objects and to complete object attribute data without overwriting each others work.
The Orbit EOS Server reads and writes. All dataset update requests are treated one by one by the server. None of the client computers need to have direct access to the server resources.

Its only possible to update the spatial component and attribute component. Neither the dataset structure nor the dataset legend can be managed by multiple users at the same time.
To change its structure or the legend is necessary to have local access to the resource .

One Administrator Multiple Operators

Multiple operators can work simultaneously using the structures as prepared by the administrator :

  • Only the administrator is able to define the structures on how to work.
  • All operators are forced to follow the structures as prepared by the administrator.

Advantages are numerous :

  • Only one person must be fully trained to manage and prepare resources.
  • Only one person will define the workflow which results in a uniform output.
  • One effort can be re-used by all operators : one dataset structure, one dataset legend, one dataset list.
  • This extremely reduces time needed to train operators
  • This reduces time lost by inefficiency of operators

Remote administration

Using the Orbit EOS console the administrator manage remotely the Orbit EOS configurations :

  • Manage Resources and set Permissions
  • Manage Users and Usergroups and set private Roles and Permissions
  • Manage Workspaces with DatasetList and Extensions

Roles and Permissions

EOS makes it possible to manage and protect your resources (Permissions) and to define the level of use for users (Roles).
Read more about it on this page : EOS Roles and Permissions

Last modified:: 2019/03/25 11:36