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Not Just Dots on a Map: How Geography Influences Real World Decisions Part 2
 

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    Not Just Dots on a Map: How Geography Influences Real World Decisions Part 2 Not Just Dots on a Map: How Geography Influences Real World Decisions Part 2 Presentation Transcript

    • Using ArcGIS Server To Get The Information Out There! Tod Chee GIS Specialist San Diego Zoo
    • What We Will Discuss
      • What is ArcGIS Server?
        • Purpose
        • Advantages
      • Methods of delivering GIS Data
      • Easy deployments for immediate results
    • What Is ArcGIS Server
      • ArcGIS Server is a product that allows for the easy dissemination of GIS data over a network
      • It can be deployed over local networks, intranets, or the internet
      • It allows GIS data to be consumed by large numbers of people through one centrally managed interface
    • What Is ArcGIS Server
      • Advantages
        • Consumes and delivers GIS data from a myriad of sources
        • Easily regulate permissions to access and view certain services and applications
        • Multiple options for delivering data include Services, Web Mapping Applications, and more
        • Easy to use!
    • Methods of Delivery
      • Services for other ArcGIS Users in the organization
      • Web Mapping Applications for your organization
      • Web Mapping Applications for public consumption
      • Other delivery options/Advanced options
    • Services
      • Published services are commonly consumed by ArcMap, ArcCatalog, and ArcExplorer
      • Analysis and data display rely on the end user and their program of choice
      • Raw delivery method requires little maintenance
    • Web Mapping Applications
      • Out of the box application for viewing and editing GIS data
      • Easy to customize and easy to create your own Web Mapping Application with Microsoft’s Visual Studio
      • Accessed right in a browser window (IE, Mozilla, etc)
      • Can establish set tasks for users
    • Other Options
      • Mobile Deployment
        • Freeance for Blackberry
        • ArcGIS for iPhone
      • KML
        • Google Earth
        • Google Maps
        • Google Maps Mobile
      • ArcGIS Online
        • Several services provided by ESRI and the GIS community for consumption
      • Editing and Database
        • The ability to access database information with a Geodata service
        • Editing capabilities
    • What To Deliver: Examples
      • Wayfinding applications for guests
      • Imagery
      • Detailed basemap
      • Facility data
        • Photos
        • CAD
        • Maintenance reports
      • Special Interest
        • ADA
        • Donor recognition
    • Basemap
    • Electrical Data
    • Hyperlinks Hyperlinks open in a new tab Embedded raster fields open pictures right in the attribute table
    • Security
      • Services and Web Mapping Applications can be secured separately
      • Multiple choices for authentication
        • Windows Login from server permissions
        • Logins managed by SQL Database
      • Can establish permissions to certain services based on login
      • Easy to track “who” are using “what” services and how often
    • Securing Web Mapping Applications
    •