Design and Implementation of Big Data Asset Management System

  • Wen MaEmail author
  • Xinyang Zhang
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1117)


In order to understand the design and implementation of large data asset management system, this paper has carried out research work. In this study, the design and implementation process of the system are analyzed, and the framework that supports the system is described. The main contents are: data source management, data processing management, data asset management, data supply management and system user management. According to the test, it is confirmed that the system is easy to expand and compatible. Under the application of this system, we can strengthen the information management of tax department, upgrade the level of asset management, and divide the process of data capitalization into several stages, such as collection, cleaning and output. Through abundant system functions, we can greatly improve the utilization rate of data assets.


Big data Remote monitoring Assets Operation and maintenance system 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Yunnan Power Grid Co., Ltd. Information CenterKunmingChina

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