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Sharing and cooperation in geo-information technology
Aziz, T. Lukman

The picture depicts of what would RMS do in real life
situation. Local would be preview and remote indicates
the clients site. It is quite evident that RMS would prove
to be an asset in the area of early fire detection. It is quite
easy to set up as it uses the established communication
channel for the purpose of communication. The only
requirement would be the hardware involved and also the
RMS software. RMS would enable efficient monitoring
of a remote area and it is definitely well suited to support
early fire detection.
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