KR20140110566A - Unified platform architecture system for volcanic disaster prevention - Google Patents

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KR20140110566A
KR20140110566A KR1020130025148A KR20130025148A KR20140110566A KR 20140110566 A KR20140110566 A KR 20140110566A KR 1020130025148 A KR1020130025148 A KR 1020130025148A KR 20130025148 A KR20130025148 A KR 20130025148A KR 20140110566 A KR20140110566 A KR 20140110566A
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The present invention is based on an open service-oriented architecture as a basic direction, and is a core infrastructure system for providing a volcanic ash countermeasure system, including an ash settlement decision support system, a Web-GIS system, an information linkage system, , An integrated damage prediction system, a three-dimensional visualization program, and an IT infrastructure management system.
To this end, the integrated platform architecture system for ash response according to the present invention includes a service infra interface for collecting observation information in real time from seismic and volcanic observation devices using various protocols; An information hub for delivering to the respective systems through internal interworking based on the earthquake and volcanic observation information collected from the service infrastructure interface; A process task processing interface for analyzing internal interworking with the information linkage interface and processing a process task by a predefined process; And an operational user interface for controlling and managing the entire interface as a whole.

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{UNIFIED PLATFORM ARCHITECTURE SYSTEM FOR VOLCANIC DISASTER PREVENTION}
The present invention relates to an integrated platform architecture system capable of coping with ash, more specifically, an open service-oriented architecture as a basic direction and a core infrastructure system for providing a volcanic ash countermeasure system, It is a comprehensive platform architecture system that can manage and systematically link unit systems such as support system, Web-GIS system, information linkage system, data management program, integrated damage prediction system, 3D visualization program and IT infrastructure management. .
In Korea, it has been recognized as a relatively safe area for the volcanic ash, but the opinions of scholars and academics who are raising the risk of the explosion in Mt. The volcanic topography of Korea is believed to have been formed by volcanic activity from the end of the third to the fourth era of the Cenozoic era. The area around the Kauma Plateau extending to Mt. Paektu and the Lava Plateau of Yeonryeong-dong and Jeju Island, Ulleungdo, .
A study by the German volcanologist Dr. Hans Olihshin Minke on the investigation of the volcanic eruption of Baekdu Mountain was conducted by the North Korean authorities under the permission of the North Korean authorities to investigate the geology of Mt. Paektu. It has argued that it would have had a considerable impact on the Earth's climate by reaching the East Sea, which is more than 1000 km away from Hamkyeong Island, to the northeast of Japan and Hokkaido, by raising the 96 billionth eruption to 25 kilometers above the stratosphere.
At the same time, the Chinese Academy of Science Academy of Guizhou Province estimated that about 200 million tons of hydrogen fluoride and 23 million tons of sulfur dioxide came together to cause the asphyxiation of the wild animals and livestock, the acid rain, and the destruction of the stratospheric ozone layer. In addition, there are volcanic ash and turbulent turbulence as fatal disasters, and Baekdusan volcanic ash accumulation is measured to be 3-83 m thick over a 35 km radius from the crater.
It is estimated that 10 ~ 15 times of earthquakes have occurred each month since Baekdu Mountain eruption has been actively resumed since 2002, and as a result of seismic waves, There is a huge magma chamber, which is classified as a high-risk active volcano.
In 1999, the China National Bureau of Earthquake established the Tianjin Volcano Observatory in the northern part of the Tianji Hot Spring and conducted volcanic monitoring and related research. In the worst eruption like the one thousand years ago, it suffered about 700,000 damage in China, North Korea, northern part of Japan, To the US. Professor Emeritus Professor Hiromitsu Taniguchi of the Tohoku University of Japan announced the results of the study that the probability of the eruption of Mt. Paektu within 20 years due to the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011 was reported to the Society. In Korea, A study on the Baekdusan volcano eruption simulation centered on the Baekdusan volcanic eruption simulation study revealed that the volcanic ash covered Ulleungdo 8 hours after the explosion and entered the Japanese Islands 12 hours later, causing serious damage to Northeast Asian air navigation.
In South Korea, it is about 500 ~ 600km away from Mt. Paektu, so it is expected to be affected by the disaster but it is expected to be affected by the dark ash. It is expected that it will have serious impact on the public health such as damage and respiration, and the necessity of information integration and response system construction is increasing.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances, and an object of the present invention is to provide a core infrastructure system for providing an ash solution system, which is based on an open service-oriented architecture (Service Oriented Architecture) An integrated platform architecture system for ash-resistant response system that can manage systematically and systematically manage unit systems such as decision support system, Web-GIS system, information linkage system, library leaf program, integrated damage prediction system, 3D visualization program and IT infrastructure management .
It is another object of the present invention to provide a comprehensive computational infrastructure supporting all the volcanic countermeasures, supporting mutual organic decision support functions, and accommodating databases of various types such as the results of high-speed large- Providing an easy access environment for space and property database and personnel and persons involved, minimizing redundant investment through sharing in a large number of similar disaster response systems through building high-speed large-capacity operation and infrastructure capable of accommodating various services, To provide an integrated asynchronous platform architecture system for a flexible software infrastructure architecture for active acceptance.
In order to achieve the above-mentioned object, the integrated platform architecture system for ash response according to the present invention includes a service infra interface for collecting observation information in real time from an earthquake and volcano related observation apparatus using various protocols, ; An information hub for delivering to the respective systems through internal interworking based on the earthquake and volcanic observation information collected from the service infrastructure interface; A process task processing interface for analyzing internal interworking with the information linkage interface and processing a process task by a predefined process; And an operational user interface for controlling and managing the entire interface as a whole.
Here, the service infrastructure interface receives the observation information, converts the observation information into a standard message format used in the internal system, and transmits the standard message format to the information interface.
In addition, the service infrastructure interface preferably includes middleware that integrates field devices as data collection and data preprocessing areas, and includes device connection authentication, encryption, common interface management, and status monitoring functions.
In addition, the integrated platform architecture system corresponding to the volcanic ash as the above-mentioned volcanoes is used as an infrastructure DB that is a database (DB) for operating the volcanic ash countermeasure system and a system that constitutes an integrated platform for operating the volcanic ash countermeasure system. A common DB which is an information database, a geospatial DB which is spatial information used as a geographic information database for service operation, a workflow for processing workflow and simulation, ) DB. ≪ / RTI >
In addition, each of the above systems is an integrated damage prediction system, a three-dimensional visualization program, an ash settlement decision support system, a Web-GIS system, and the information hub includes an earthquake and volcanic observation And transmits the information to the respective systems through internal interlocking based on the information.
In addition, the service infrastructure interface interworking may include transmitting external information (seismic observation information) received from the service infrastructure interface to each system through internal information interlocking, and the external service interface interworking may include: And transmits the external information received from the service interface to each of the systems through the interworking. The workflow management interface receives the processed information (business process management and convergence of various services) in the process service processing interface in a standard message format It is preferable to perform a role of delivering to each system through internal interlocking.
In addition, the process task by the process task processing interface is a work process design, a business process interpreter, a process monitoring, and a process execution. (Business Process Interpreter) receives information from an information linkage interface, finds a corresponding business process and searches for a corresponding business process And the process execution is performed so that the process can be performed by a business process. The process monitoring is a process of monitoring an executing process procedure, and the process execution is executed by a control and an operator It is desirable to take charge of the processing part of the event.
In addition, the operational user interface preferably performs a service function and a decision support information generation function.
In addition, the operational user interface preferably displays the collected information and event occurrence information in the system linked to the GIS map, so that the system user monitors the entire relevant situation of the ash using the integrated operating system Do.
In addition, in the operational user interface, it is preferable to manage meta information about major resources managed by the integrated platform and to transfer data or events collected in the integrated platform to the operational portal or the related system .
In addition, the integrated platform architecture system corresponding to the ash countermeasures is provided with an external service interface (external service interface) for providing information provided in an external system connected with an integrated platform or information held or managed by an integrated platform, service interface.
According to the integrated platform architecture system for ash management according to the present invention, an open service-oriented architecture is a basic direction, and as a core infrastructure system for providing a volcanic ash countermeasure system, a volcanic ash solution decision support system, a Web- GIS system, information linkage system, library reef program, integrated damage prediction system, 3D visualization program, IT infrastructure management, etc., It supports decision support function, large capacity computing infrastructure to accommodate various types of database such as results of high-speed large-scale computation and ash prediction simulation results, space and attribute database, easy access environment for personnel and personnel, high- variety By constructing an infrastructure that can accommodate services, it is possible to design a flexible software infrastructure architecture for minimizing redundant investment through sharing in a number of similar disaster response systems and actively accommodating changes in new requirements.
1 is a schematic block diagram of a volcanic hazard response system to which an integrated platform architecture system for ash response according to the present invention is applied.
FIG. 2 is a block diagram of an integrated platform architecture system for ash settlement in accordance with the present invention.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of an integrated platform architecture system according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.
FIG. 1 is a schematic block diagram of a volcanic hazard response system to which an integrated platform architecture system for ash settlement according to the present invention is applied. FIG. 2 is a block diagram of an integrated platform architecture system for ash settlement according to the present invention. .
The integrated platform architecture system 100 according to the present invention has an open service-oriented architecture as a basic direction and a core infrastructure system for providing a volcanic ash countermeasure system, We will manage and systematically manage the system of units such as support system, Web-GIS system, information linkage system, library leaf program, integrated damage prediction system, 3D visualization program and IT infrastructure management.
In addition, through the integrated platform architecture system 100 for a volcanic ash solution according to the present invention, it is possible to support comprehensive and mutually organic decision support functions for all volcanic countermeasures, and to provide high-capacity large- Large capacity computing infrastructure to accommodate diverse types of databases, space and attribute database, easy accessibility for personnel and stakeholders, high-speed large-capacity operation and sharing infrastructure in a variety of similar disaster response systems Minimizing redundant investments through the use of new technologies, and actively accepting new requirements change.
1, the integrated damage prediction system 1, the three-dimensional visualization program 2, and the volcanic ash as shown in FIG. 1, (3), Web-GIS system (4), data management program (damage prediction DB) (5), and IT infrastructure management (6).
The integrated damage prediction system 1 is a system capable of predicting damage by performing various ash product simulations. The three-dimensional visualization program (system) 2 visualizes the simulation result on a three-dimensional space (3) is a system that supports damage assessment, situation management, and emergency response based on data such as damage scenarios, simulated results, and damage prediction countermeasures. The Web-GIS (Geographic Information System) system 4 refers to a system that manages and expresses the decision support system by using a Web-based GIS. The role of designing and supporting such an overall system is referred to as an ash The corresponding integrated platform architecture system 100 provides.
In addition, the above-described data management program (damage prediction DB) 5 stores and manages various data required for damage prediction simulation and decision support.
Therefore, the observation and forecast information about the volcanic eruption by the volcano disaster response system having the above-described configuration is received directly through the Korea Meteorological Agency or indirectly transmitted through the National Emergency Management System (NDMS) of the National Emergency Management Agency , And the most similar simulation results are derived through the scenario-based search of the type of ash based on the data received and the data stored in the damage prediction database. In the case of the ash material simulation, a high speed, large capacity, In addition, Simulation results for each type of volcanic ash are confirmed through a 3D visualization program similar to the real world, and finally, the decision support system (3) provides damage prediction results and countermeasures for each damage prediction. This information is transmitted to the National Disaster Management System (NDMS) of the National Emergency Management Agency and provides risk and response information to related organizations, local governments, and citizens through the NDMS situation propagation system.
In other words, in the volcanic disaster response system, each unit service consisted of various information such as the volcanic ash related information, and the volcanic hazard (volcanic ash, volcanic ash, volcanic ash, etc.) prediction service and socioeconomic impact prediction service And transmits the produced result value to the decision support system 3.
For example, we send danger messages such as warning broadcasts to victims through prevention and reduction of volcanic ash damage (management of infrastructure, management of environment and health, management of industry field, treatment and utilization of ash) Or notify the fact of the damage (including forecast) to 119 etc.
The ash-resistant integrated platform architecture system 100 according to the present invention includes a service infrastructure interface 10, an information hub 20, A business processing interface 30, an operational user interface 40, an external service interface 50, and the like.
The above-described service infra interface 10 collects observation information in real time from seismic and volcanic observation devices using various protocols.
That is, the service infrastructure interface 10 receives the observation equipment information received through various protocols, converts the observation equipment information into an internal standard message format, and transmits it to the information hub 20 through an information hub 20 Service.
In detail, such a service infra interface 10 includes middleware that integrates field devices as data collection and data preprocessing areas, and includes device connection authentication, encryption, common interface management, and status monitoring functions.
In addition, the device gateway area can be divided into a part responsible for linking with devices such as a mobile and a media board, an information communication system, a terminal communication channel, a service control, a content control, and a terminal information management.
Meanwhile, the environmental type of the integrated platform architecture system corresponding to the present invention is the development environment, the pilot environment, the operating environment, and the computer center operating facility as shown in Table 1 below. Environmental design, logical design according to application architecture, and physical design.
Architecture design considerations System architecture type
Type of work process
Local location of users and organizations
System management ability / environment
Construction cost
Network environment
Concentration / dispersion structure ○ Centralized structure
○ Decentralized structure by region / region
Application Structure Host-based system architecture
○ Client / Server System Architecture
○ Web system structure
In the case of the above-mentioned volcanic ash countermeasure system, since there are various users including the users of the National Emergency Management Agency as well as policy makers using the decision support system, the software and the technical architecture H / W is introduced.
The configuration of the hardware for the service can be configured as shown in Table 2 below, and this configuration is made on the assumption that a separate independent platform is constituted.
In addition, the technical architecture software for basic infrastructure components for constructing the WEB service environment can be configured as shown in Table 3 below.
In addition, the configuration of the technical architecture N / W for the network elements for constructing the service environment can be configured as shown in Table 4 below.
equipment Hardware Features
server It is a hardware platform that runs server application. It is divided into small server, medium server and large server based on performance. Servers are classified into servers having the following functions according to the main applications installed.
Web server A server that provides a basic platform environment for users to communicate with the server through a web browser
AP server The server on which the application is executed, usually TP-monitor or WAS (Web Application Server)
DB server A server that contains the DBMS and keeps the data that the application needs
Authentication server Utilization of NDMS server by National Emergency Management Agency
LDAP server Utilizing NDMA server of National Emergency Management Agency
SAN switch It is a device used to connect the connection method between storage and server by SAN method. It provides access path between server and storage or tape library and provides zoning (monitoring) function of port unit.
storage It categorizes Enterprise and midrange storage by processing capacity. Storage provides mass storage space and provides high performance and high availability compared to general disk arrays.
Backup device It is equipped with backup driver (LTO, DLT) and provides automation function for tape detachment through Robot Arm. Storing and archiving data from the server to tape
equipment Software function
OS The operating system is defined as a core service that manages and manages application platforms and provides interfaces between application programs and platforms. The operating system can be classified into client OS and server OS. Typical server OSs are Unix (Solaris, HP-UX, AIX) and Windows Server.
Cluster The cluster improves availability by providing an alternate option if the system fails.
Clustering is a system in which multiple independent computer systems work together. Connect two or more computers together to act as if they were a single computer, and use them for parallel processing, load distribution, and fault tolerance.
WebServer Use HTTP to provide users with files that contain web pages. It provides static HTML to the user, and provides HTML dynamically created by the framework engine.
Middleware WAS It is an engine for database query or business logic processing. It supports component development and application, application development, web, distributed object, security, IED, system management and interworking with legacy system.
TP monitor Distributed transaction processing is supported, and general TP monitor products conform to the Distributed Transaction Processing (DTP) model defined by X / Open, a UNIX environment standardization organization.
DBMS DBMS provides database type and type, database management technique and query language for accessing and modifying structured data.
equipment N / W function
router It is a layer 3 (network layer) device of OSI 7layer, and it plays the role of transmitting the inter-network packets to the optimal path according to the routing algorithm based on Layer 3 information such as IP address.
Backbone switch It is the central switch of the LAN configuration, mainly configured with Layer 3 switches.
L4 switch Load balancing is performed according to the set algorithm for equipments providing the same service.
L2 switch It mainly transmits data to the same network by using the MAC information of the packet with the Layer2 (Datalink layer) design ratio used to extend the network port.
firewall It is the most used security system that protects the internal network by separating the internal and external networks and passing the authorized data according to the policy and not discarding or rejecting the data that is not allowed
IDS Real-time monitoring of network or system usage beyond simple access control level to detect intrusions
The role of the architecture system according to the present invention is to understand the structure of the system (new or legacy), the definition of interaction between various system components / layers, the definition of the tools and protocols (topology), the interoperability Securing the quality, securing the connectivity of new / legacy applications and data, maintaining the direction of the architecture design / analysis phase, configuring it to show the performance during the architecture design / analysis, and finding out and improving improvements for each element technology.
In addition, the architecture system can be divided into H / W and S / W. H / W is a platform, device, S / W is OS, SMS, Backup S / W, DBMS, middleware, .
The system architecture of the above-mentioned architecture system is composed of a M / F, a Unix server, and a Windows server. The OS and other software are composed of a Web server, a Was server, and a middleware. OS and other software configurations include Web server software, middleware, mail software, and system management software. Storage technologies include RAID, DAS, NAS, and SAN.
HA (High Availability), RAC, WAS Cluster, and L4 Switch are required for stabilization of the integrated platform architecture system 100 corresponding to ash.
Here, the HA refers to an integrated structure of hardware / software for ensuring continuous use of system resources for tasks performed by users on a network.
The integrated platform architecture system 100 according to the present invention further includes a database 60. The database 60 includes Infra DB which is a database (DB) on which the ash-resistant system is operated, Common DB, which is an information DB commonly used by systems that constitute an integrated platform for the operation of a corresponding system, Geospatial DB, which is spatial information used as a geographic information DB for service operation, and workflow and simulation ) Work process (workflow) DB for processing.
The information hub 20 may be configured to support various service systems (integrated damage prediction system, three-dimensional visualization program, ash solution decision support system, Web-GIS system, etc.) It exchanges mutual information with institutional systems (Korea Meteorological Administration or National Emergency Management Agency).
That is, the information hub can be connected to each system (integrated damage prediction system, 3D visualization program, ash doctor, etc.) through internal interlocking based on the earthquake and volcanic observation information collected from the service infrastructure interface 10 Decision support system, Web-GIS system, etc.).
The internal interworking is performed by a service infrastructure interface interworking, an external service interface interworking, and a workflow management interworking.
The interworking of the service infrastructure interfaces transmits external information (earthquake observation information, etc.) received from the service infrastructure interface 10 to each system through inter-information interworking, and the external service interface interworking And transmits the external information received from the external service interface 50 to each system through interlocking.
In addition, the above-described workflow management interworking is a function of receiving the processed information (business process management and convergence of various services) in the process task processing interface 30 in a standard message format and delivering them to each system through internal interworking do. Recent trends include the use of Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) for interoperability between service convergence gateway engine and web services, software services and application components to flexibly provide device services to heterogeneous platforms or protocols. To integrate and manage services.
The process task processing interface 30 analyzes internal interworking with the information interfacing interface 20 and processes a process task by a predefined process.
The process tasks by the process task processing interface 30 include a work process design, a business process interpreter, a process monitoring, and a process execution.
The business process design (Workflow Design) is a process design function for supporting the design of a business process based on contents analyzed, and the business process interpreter inputs information from the information interface 20 It is a function that finds a corresponding business process and processes it so that it can be processed by the business process.
In addition, the process monitoring is to monitor a running process procedure, and the process execution is responsible for the processing part of an event among the processes executed by the control and the operator.
The operational user interface 40 functions to integrally control and operate the entire interface.
More specifically, the operational user interface (40) performs a service function and a decision support information generation function.
In the above service function part, it is divided into a business function and a system utility, and performs an integrated operation interface and common function processing of other components.
The business functions include common code management, user / rights management, task list management, manager's business order management, and integrated menu management functions.
The system function provides integrated logging (system state information display), various message management, main setting information management, error and exception processing, API for message transmission function, and the like.
In the service convergence part, the information received from the integrated middleware is reworked and the service utility is utilized to provide various grounds for decision-makers and operators to make decisions about incidents / And provides decision support information to the integrated UI.
In addition, there is an integrated component for handling the interface and workflow control functions to utilize various integrated operating user interfaces and to provide various decision support information to operators based on predefined scenarios And invokes and executes the unit function of the service function through the execution of the event and delivers the execution result to the service operator interface.
Meanwhile, the operational user interface (40) displays the collected information and event occurrence information in the system linked to the GIS map, thereby allowing the system user to use the integrated operating system to monitor the entire situation related to the ash Allowing easy monitoring. The monitoring collects and exposes information from related components to display the status of the on-site device (if installed), collected data, and unexpected event information.
In addition, the operational user interface (40) manages the meta information of the main resources managed by the integrated platform and transmits the collected data or events to the operational portal or related system do.
The external service interface 50 plays a role of providing information provided by an external system associated with the integrated platform or information held or managed by the integrated platform in real time or providing various control functions .
The above description is only one preferred embodiment of the present invention, and various modifications may be made. However, these modifications should be within the scope of the present invention if they are included in the technical idea of the present invention, and the scope of the present invention can be easily grasped by those skilled in the art through the following claims.
100: Integrated ash platform compatible architecture system according to the present invention
10: service infrastructure interface (service infra interface)
20: information hub
30: Process process interface
40: operational user interface
50: external service interface
60: Database (DB)

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  1. A service infra interface for collecting observation information in real time from earthquake and volcano related observation devices using various protocols,
    An information hub for delivering to the respective systems through internal interworking based on the earthquake and volcanic observation information collected from the service infrastructure interface;
    A process task processing interface for analyzing internal interworking with the information linkage interface and processing a process task by a predefined process;
    And an operational user interface for controlling and operating the entire interface as a whole.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the service infrastructure interface receives the observation information, converts the observation information into a standard message format used in the internal system, and transmits the standard message format to the information link interface.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the service infrastructure interface includes middleware for integrating field devices as data collection and data preprocessing areas, and includes device connection authentication, encryption, common interface management, and status monitoring functions.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    The integrated platform architecture system corresponding to the volcanic ash accords is composed of an infrastructure DB which is a database (DB) on which the volcanic ash accords system is operated, and an information DB which is used commonly by the system constituting the integrated platform for operating the volcanic ash resistant system A geospatial DB which is spatial information used as a geographic information database for service operation and a workflow DB for processing a workflow and a simulation And a database that is composed of a plurality of objects.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    The system includes an integrated damage prediction system, a three-dimensional visualization program, an ash settlement decision support system, and a Web-GIS system, and the information hub includes earthquake and volcanic observation information collected from the service infrastructure interface And transmits it to each of the above-mentioned systems through internal interlocking.
  6. 6. The method of claim 5,
    Wherein the internal interworking comprises interworking of a service infrastructure interface, an external service interface interworking, and a workflow management interworking.
  7. The method according to claim 6,
    The service infrastructure interface interworking may include transmitting external information (seismic observation information) received from the service infrastructure interface to each system through internal information interworking, and the external service interface interworking may be performed by the external service interface And transmits the external information received from the interface to each of the systems through the interworking. The interworking of the workflow management receives the processed information (business process management and convergence of various services) in the process service processing interface in a standard message format And to transfer them to each system through internal interworking.
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    The process task by the process task processing interface is characterized by being a work process design, a business process interpreter, a process monitoring, and a process execution. Platform architecture system.
  9. 9. The method of claim 8,
    The business process design (Workflow Design) is a process design function for supporting the design of a business process based on analyzed business contents. The business process interpreter receives information from the information integration interface, The process monitoring is a function of monitoring a process procedure in execution, and the process execution is executed by a control and an operator. Which is responsible for processing the event during the process.
  10. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the operational user interface performs a service function and a decision support information generation function.
  11. The method according to claim 1,
    The operational user interface displays the information collected in the system linked to the GIS map and the event occurrence information so that the system user monitors the overall situation related to the ash using the integrated operating system. Integrated Response Platform Architecture System.
  12. The method according to claim 1,
    The operational user interface manages meta information about major resources managed by the integrated platform and transmits data or events collected by the integrated platform to the operational portal or related system. Integrated Response Platform Architecture System.
  13. The method according to claim 1,
    The integrated asynchronous platform architecture system for the ash-resistant platform includes an external service interface (hereinafter referred to as an " external service interface ") that provides information provided by an external system associated with an integrated platform, The system according to claim 1, further comprising:

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