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CeBIT Spatial@gov 2012 - Dr Lesley Arnold, Director, Location Knowledge Services, Landgate WA
 

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    CeBIT Spatial@gov 2012 - Dr Lesley Arnold, Director, Location Knowledge Services, Landgate WA CeBIT Spatial@gov 2012 - Dr Lesley Arnold, Director, Location Knowledge Services, Landgate WA Presentation Transcript

    • Achieving Sustainable Spatial Data SupplyChains through Collaborative GovernmentDr Lesley ArnoldDirector Location Knowledge Services, Landgate
    • Presentation Outline• Vision for Collaborative Government• Supply Chain Management• Landgate’s Approach – Direct Editing Partnerships – Crowdsourcing Partnerships• Leadership
    • Envisioning Collaborative Government• Shared resources and work effort• Automation along the value chain• Single source of truth• Best use of, and return investment• Remove duplication• Foster innovation/decision making• Well defined roles and responsibilities
    • Supply Chain Management Topographic Data Supply Chain Supplier Users and Value Groups Adders NationalImagery Customers Digitised National Features Database Topo VARs Names Data Surveyed State Agency Features Database Data State AgencySuppliers Customers Manufacture Product Delivery
    • Supply Chain Management Topographic Data Supply Chain Topo Multiple Tiers of Suppliers and Users
    • Supply Chain Management Topo Broad range of suppliers and users
    • Supply Chain Management Topo Topo Topo Topo Topo Topo Multiple parallel supply chains
    • Supply Chain Management TopoGA Topo GA Topo TopoLGA LGA Topo Topo Competing roles of supplier/user
    • Supply Chain Management Topo Topo Topo Topo Topo Topo Convoluted infromation flows
    • Supply Chain Issues• Each arrow represents a handover = barrier to automation
    • Supply Chain Issues• Each arrow represents a handover = barrier to automation• Each version subject to data inconsistency V4 V5 V1 V6 V2 V3
    • Supply Chain Issues• Each arrow represents a handover = barrier to automation• Each version subject to data inconsistency• Competing objectives: supplier/user = inefficiencies – Duplication V4 – Costly value adding V5 V1 – Custodial confusion V2 V6 – IP and revenue generation V3
    • Supply ‘Value’ Chain Supply Chain Organisation Reference (SCOR) ModelPrimary Supplier Product FinalSupplier manufacture Customer Customer Flow of materials and information Flow of customer information or backhauls
    • Landgate Supply Chain SLICP* Authoritative SLIP* VARs/ Data Geodata and Map Shop front Final Source Collection Products Customers Customers Data Flow of materials and information SLICP Direct Online Editing iSpatial SLIP Future crowdsourcing Flow of customer information needs or backhaulsSLICP = State Land Information Capture ProgramiSpatial = Data Customisation – capturing user needsSLIP = Shared Land Information Platform
    • Landgate ‘Value’ Chain Automation and business reform along the ‘Value’ Chain Capture Manage/Maintain Produce Disseminate Engage Multiple POD multipurpose real world single source Product datasets viewsphenomena Expanded Collaborative iSpatial Automated SLIP LOC8WA SLICP Data Management Representation Future
    • Collaborative Management• DEC Collaboration Project• Sharing collective knowledge, resources and systems• Improved efficiency in data management• Single point of truth for contributed data• Appropriate control of data portrayal and dissemination
    • Collaborative Data Management Data Hosting & Direct Editing – Maintaining a Single Source of TruthLandgate Department of Environment and Conservation External Authoritative (via Internet) Topographic Database Reconcile Post Version 1 Version 2 Version 3 Version 4
    • Collaborative Data Management Database Replication – Deliver external mapping & GIS business needsLandgate Department of Environment and Conservation External (via Internet) One Way Authoritative Replication Topographic Product Database Producers (Parent) Real-time updates Authoritative Topographic Database (Child)
    • Landgate ‘Value’ Chain Automation and business reform along the ‘Value’ Chain Capture Manage/Maintain Produce Disseminate Engage Multiple POD multipurpose real world single source Product datasets viewsphenomena Expanded Collaborative iSpatial Automated SLIP LOC8WA SLICP Data Management Representation Future
    • Volunteered Geographic Information• 22 agencies collect POI data• No ‘single source of truth’• Reduce Duplication• Collaborative maintenance of State’s POI data• Emergency Services• Trusted Partnerships• Work with non-GIS community
    • Volunteered Geographic Information Landgate licensed political POI Database premises offices schoolsshoppingcentres railway medical stations DFES facilities public toilets POI data collection and DFES mining processing POI locations petrol dataset indigenous stations communities bus stops post offices post supermarkets boxes rest areas consulates
    • Volunteered Geographic Information police known locations not of interest to public Landgate All agencies are gun shops bearing the full cost licensed political POI Database banks of data collection premises offices schools and maintenance. shopping educational centres Railway institutions medical stations facilities WAPOL public toilets WAPOL mining POI data collection and processing POIvideo locations petrol datasetshops indigenous stations communities chemists bus stops jetties post offices post water WAPOL only supermarkets boxes locationsferry Landgate and WAPOL rest areasterminals bus stations consulates Landgate, DFES and WAPOL
    • LOC8WA Volunteered Geographic Information – trusted partners WA Mark-ups Police implemented and Validated Data Fire and Extract Police PrimaryEmergency Log-in Staging Geographic and Services or secure Area Database DFES SLIP service POI data Refresh LocalAuthority Volunteers will be able to see what is already in the database thus avoiding duplication. Viewing and editing interface
    • Collaborative Data Management• Lessons Learned – Technology simple to implement – Agreement time consuming – Collaboration about trust – Data conflation time consuming – New business processes – Having a road map – Importance of first follower
    • LeadershipImportance of First Follower
    • LeadershipImportance of First Follower
    • Collaborative Movement DOW x6 DEC WAPOL x4DFES x2 x3 Landgate DOIR x6 x3
    • Collaborative Movement LGAs x139 State x24
    • Collaborative Movement State x163
    • Collaborative Movement NT x28 Nationally QLD x 750 x102 FED x28 SA ACT NSW WA x89 x8 x175 x163 VIC x112 TAS• Efficiency gains / resource savings x45• Quality Data
    • Collaborative Movement HOW?
    • Proactive Groups• Australian and New Zealand Spatial Information Council• Office of Spatial Policy• Intergovernmental Committee for Surveying Mapping• Permanent Committee for Geographic Information Management• PSMA• CRC-SI Program 3
    • Future Supply Chains• Streamlined ‘Value’ Chain – Reduce Cost of Coordination – Make the most of Economic Specialisation – Better adapt to Technological Discontinuity – Process improvement – think backhaul• Governance Framework – Custodianship - integral part of value chain – Intellectual Property – Revenue flows and funding models
    • Conclusion• Supply Chain Management – Efficiencies – Improved data quality – Consistency – Leverage innovation – Sustainable• Get it right for future generations