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  • 1. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) – Glasgow 2014 Organising Committee 18 March 2014
  • 2. Outline of Presentation The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and Organising Committee Challenges facing the Games and OC Lessons learned from London 2012 Development of OC’s GIS capability Wider integration with key stakeholders and partners Data Management and Sharing Use of Ordnance Survey products and services Employment of GIS at Games Time 2
  • 3. The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games 17 Sports 14 Venues 11 Days 1 million tickets on sale 3
  • 4. The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton Relay 70 Nations and Territories - 190,000 km - 288 days 4
  • 5. The Glasgow 2014 Organising Committee Chairman: Lord Smith of Kelvin Chief Executive: David Grevemberg Approximately 750 members of staff (and growing) Accessibility, Accommodation, Accreditation, Brand Protection, Broadcast Operations, Catering Cleaning and Waste, Ceremonies and Culture, City Operations, Communications, Legacy, Licensing and Merchandising, Logistics, Marketing, Press, Procurement, Publications, Queens’ Baton Relay, Security, Spectators, Sponsors, Sport, Technology, Ticketing, Training, Transport, Uniforms, Venue and Village Management, Venue and Village Design, Workforce… 5
  • 6. Challenges facing the Games and OC: Planning and managing an event of this unparalleled scale in Scotland Queens Baton Relay, Ceremonies, Games, Road Races Complexity of spatial interactions : Games Family – Athletes, Officials, Dignitaries Workforce Spectators Other Visitors Maintaining “business as usual” Internal and external liaison and data sharing 6
  • 7. Challenges: Demand and Ticket Sales 93% of tickets sold in first offering 7
  • 8. Challenges: Integration and Business as Usual 8
  • 9. Lessons learned from London 2012: Overarching Lessons Lessons learned from London 2012 Transfer of knowledge (December 2012) Sharing of ODA ArcGIS Online (AGOL) site Overarching lessons: Need for a “single source of truth” Resource requirement under-scoped 9
  • 10. Lessons learned from London 2012: 10 Key Lessons Lessons learned from London 2012: 10 key lessons: Collaboration Online Data Register Online Mobile and Mapping Tools Licencing Simple Integration Standardise Designs Mobile Technology Security and Sensitivity Users Expect MORE Support User Innovation 10
  • 11. Development of Organising Committee’s GIS capability Oct 12: 1x MapInfo and 1x ArcGIS licence; 2x staff Jan 13: 2x GIS licences; 2x staff (TPT and SEC) June 13: 4x staff (+2 SEC) Oct 13: FME for CAD technical drawing translation Dec 13: ArcGIS Online (AGOL) – 50 user licences Feb 14: 6x staff (+2 in TPT) - 4x Full Time Maps in support of TPT and SEC planning Limited integration with Venue Design and Development and Publications through import of CAD drawings and export of Adobe Illustrator files. 11
  • 12. Development of Organising Committee’s GIS capability Linking Siloes 12 TPTSECVDD UDPUB ArcGIS FME and ArcGIS FME and ArcGIS and Adobe Illustrator Other Stake Holders And Partners Public ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online with shared Groups ArcGIS Online with shared Groups and Web Mapping Applications
  • 13. Wider Integration with Partners and Stakeholders GIS User Working Group established in Dec 12 Meets monthly in Glasgow Key partners and stakeholders (plus Ordnance Survey): 13 Glasgow City Council Scottish Government Transport Scotland North Lanarkshire Council South Lanarkshire Council City of Edinburgh Council Dundee City Council Angus Council Police Scotland Fire Scotland Ministry of Defence Strathclyde Partnership for Transport ESRI Contractors – eg. CH2MHILL, Aecom
  • 14. Wider Integration with Partners and Stakeholders Data Exchange: 1. Sharefile Website 2. ArcGIS Online: OC – 50 user licences Police Scotland – 100 user licences Glasgow City Council – 100 user licences Scottish Government – 100 user licences 14
  • 15. Wider Integration with Partners and Stakeholders 15 Glasgow 2014 GlasgowCityCouncil PoliceScotland Scottish Government
  • 16. Use of Ordnance Survey Products and Services Supply of base mapping and imagery through One Scotland Mapping Agreement (OSMA) and licenced partner Glasgow City Council and other Scottish local authorities. Regular attendance and support at GIS User Working Group. Transfer of Knowledge from London 2012 mapping support. Enhancement of datasets through additional collection programmes including aerial overflights of Games Theatres and collection of high-resolution imagery (supplied at additional licence cost). 16
  • 17. Use of Ordnance Survey Products and Services Technical advice regarding data conversion from CAD drawings to map format. Continuing support of technical development of AGOL. Detailed route planning analysis in support of Queen’s Baton Relay domestic route. 17
  • 18. Employment of GIS at Games Time Games Time: 21 July: Queen’s Baton Relay enters Glasgow. 23 July: Opening Ceremony. 27 July: Marathon. 31 July: Cycle Time Trial. 3 August: Cycle Road Race and Closing Ceremony. 18
  • 19. Employment of GIS at Games Time C3 support using AGOL: 50 licences – OC – plus other licences Supported from Transport Operations Centre (TROC) and Games Operations Centre (GOC) Daily situation maps based around Client Group movements (Athletes, Officials, etc) Spectator movements Local Area Traffic Management and Parking Timeline maps for Ceremonies and road events 19
  • 20. Employment of GIS at Games Time AGOL web-mapping communication with public: “Business as usual” via Glasgow City Council. Travel Demand Management from OC’s Transport Functional Area. Support of Sustainability and Legacy exhibition via Architecture and Design Scotland. Integration with Festival 2014 and cultural activities. Potential Further uses: Spectator information. Volunteer and Workforce Information. 20
  • 21. ArcGIS Online Demonstration 21 https://glasgow2014oc.maps.arcgis.com/home/index.html
  • 22. Any Questions? Ask the GIS Team Alicia Hartman Fiona Hunter David Lucas Iain Paton Giovanni Pisapia Mark Swadel 22
  • 23. With thanks to Sponsors and Clyde 23 Enjoy the Games!