The main goal of new Cadastral Enterprise Information Portal, developed by APIS IT, is to integrate spatial and non-spatial data on one place and present them on Intranet network of Cadastral office. It has to be point of access to the new information system, which will consolidate data from different resources and present and future databases.
Identifying Mobile Processes in a Complex Information System Slaven Brumec APIS IT, Zagreb, Croatia
Wiberg, 1999 “ Anytime, anywhere” does not necessarily mean “ everytime, everywhere”
Comprehensive approach to the development of IS that has both stationary and mobile components should be taken.
There is need for methodology for precise identification of those business processes (from among the total set of processes within an organization) in which the usage of mobile technologies is justified or most beneficent.
Such methodology should be compatible with existing standardized business process modeling methods such as BPM.
Conceptual construction of the BCG matrix for distribution of activities defined in the first step, in accordance with actor mobility and dynamics of the location at which activities are performed:
Columns refer to actor mobility during the execution of processes or activities.
Rows refer to the dynamics of the location at which a particular activity or process is performed.
Positioning of activities as determined in the first step, in accordance with actor mobility and dynamics of the location at which activities are performed, into one of the four quadrants of the BCG matrix conceptually defined in the previous step.
BCG Matrix Mobile Stationary Location dynamics/ Actor mobility Partially mobile activities Actor is mobile, location at which activities are performed is certain. Example: Handling of goods in a warehouse. Stationary activities Actor is stationary, location at which activities are performed is certain. Example: Machine operating jobs, software development. Location certain Fully mobile activities Actor is mobile, location at which activities are performed is uncertain. Example: Traffic control performed by traffic police. Partially mobile activities Actor is stationary, location at which activities are performed is uncertain. Example: Home nursing. Location uncertain
Client: request for cadastral survey, receipt of document.
Field surveyor: physical points determination, entering aberrations, new physical points marking.
Authorized geodesist: geodetic database searching, measuring of control lines, creation of new blueprints, specification of modifications, geodetic project submission, modifications implementing, sending document to client.
Cadastral official: geodetic project review, registering new state.
Geodesic survey – BCG matrix Mobile Stationary Location dynamics/ Actor mobility Partially mobile activities : • Geodetic project submission Stationary activities • Request for cadastral survey • Receipt of document • Creation of new blueprints • Specification of modifications • Modifications implementing • Sending document to client • Geodetic project review • Registering new state Location certain Fully mobile activities : • Physical points determination • Entering aberrations • New physical points marking • Measuring of control lines Partially mobile activities : • Geodetic database searching Location uncertain