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Information Organisation in a Community--A Corporate Portal for Spatial and Participative Monitoring

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    Title: Information Organisation in a Community--A Corporate Portal for Spatial and Participative Monitoring
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    Date: 2016
    Publication type: Technical report
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    1. Community-Corporate Portal
    2. Information Organisation
    3. Multimedia

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    Federal University of Santa Catarina (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina – UFSC) Campus Universitário da Trindade, Florianópolis, SC, Brasil CEP 88040/900

    Abstract

    The spread of information has increased in recent years, due to the evolution of communication technology and the availability of multimedia electronic equipment offered on the market to disseminate information. This cheaper equipment has become increasingly accessible for the general public to acquire and use such equipment in various areas of human activity. The present study addresses the organisation of information, aiming to create a community-corporate support portal to monitor and manage the safety zones of electrical energy transmission lines. The study seeks an interaction in a virtual medium between the largest electrical energy transmission service providing company in southern Brazil and a society organised to exchange information on the occurrence of natural and anthropic phenomena in the safety zone of the Transmission Lines (TLs) and nearby areas. Developing the method has allowed for the generation of a web portal. Using continuous exploratory research, this portal allows both technical teams and the participating general population to collect data in the field concerning occurrences related to TLs. Books and reports have been consulted, and interviews have been conducted with technicians who work directly in the field of maintenance, monitoring and management defined as the TLs' safety zone.