CeBIT Spatial@gov 2012 - Maurits van der Vlugt, Spatial Information Strategist, Mercury Project Solutions
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

CeBIT Spatial@gov 2012 - Maurits van der Vlugt, Spatial Information Strategist, Mercury Project Solutions

on

  • 1,193 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,193
Views on SlideShare
1,191
Embed Views
2

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0

1 Embed 2

https://twitter.com 2

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

CeBIT Spatial@gov 2012 - Maurits van der Vlugt, Spatial Information Strategist, Mercury Project Solutions Presentation Transcript

  • 1. CANTERBURY PLUGFEST:Geospatial Interoperability Works! Maurits van der Vlugt Mercury Project Solutions Richard Murcott | Geospatial Standards Leader New Zealand Geospatial Office
  • 2. Overview Background Data Sharing Challenges Solution: a Plugfest! Should you consider hosting one yourself?
  • 3. Kyle Dow, Senior Data Analyst, Corporate Data Team, CCC
  • 4. 2010-11 Christchurch Earthquakes4 Sept. 20107.1 magnitude22 February 20116.3 magnitude- 185 dead- NZ’s costliest disaster
  • 5. Post Feb 2011 – Recovery Period Council Systems Intact! Data Sharing Council EM Agencies Civil Defence Utilities Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry Environment Canterbury (ECAN) Etc Initially: Sneakernet
  • 6. Next step: Interoperable Supply Kyle Dow, Senior Data Analyst, Corporate Data Team, CCC
  • 7. Wait: Death by Acronym!WFS:Web FeatureService
  • 8. Next step: Interoperable Supply Kyle Dow, Senior Data Analyst, Corporate Data Team, CCC
  • 9. WFS for Data Supply Works Kyle Dow, Senior Data Analyst, Corporate Data Team, CCC
  • 10. Next step: Receiving Data? ? ? ? ? Kyle Dow, Senior Data Analyst, Corporate Data Team, CCC
  • 11. Same Issues, butChristchurch City holdsAuthoritative Data, e.g WasteWater Building StatusConstruction partners manuallysubmit data in variety of formatsTime & Money wasted on dataloading & managementWFS has no capability to receiveupdates through interoperable webservices
  • 12. Transactional Web Service: WFS-TWFS: Geometry & Attributes - “Read Only”WFS-T: As WFS + “Create, Update, Delete”CCC + Partners struggled to successfullyenable WFS-T OGC compliance of their Software? Schema harmonisation? “Too hard” basket?
  • 13. What they needed:Transactional Interoperability betweenrecovery partners: CERA, CCC, SCIRT ESRI, Integraph OGC Standards (NZGO SDI Cookbook)Practical, short-term solution (can’t wait)Focus on issues with existing (OGC)standards interfaces, notably WFS-TImmediate results that will acceleraterecovery & reconstruction efforts
  • 14. Solution: WFS-T Plugfest Short Duration Collaborative Hands-on Independent Facilitation & WFS-T Architect “Just Make it Work”
  • 15. Two Use-CasescenariosSet-up Data andServicesImplement end-to-end InteroperabilityLive DemoAll in 3 days!
  • 16. Technology Agnostic Organisation Technologies CCC Intergraph GeoMedia Pro Intergraph GeoMedia WebMap SCIRT ESRI ArcGIS Server ESRI ArcGIS Desktop Safe Software – FME WFS ‘Pump script’ CERA Benoli Silverfish ESRI GeoDatabase WFS ‘Pump script’ InsureCorp* Pitney Bowes Software MapInfo Professional* fictitious name to protect any commercial interests
  • 17. Before and After
  • 18. Lessons Learned Interoperability works! WFS: Mature COTS WFS-T Servers: Mature COTS WFS-T Clients: Maturing WFS/WFS-T Schema Sensitive Good Community Schema is important Submitting to WFS-T requires scripting or Client plug-ins
  • 19. Conclusions Plugfest model is highly effective to achieve hands-on practical interoperability Demonstrated viable solution architecture with immediate business benefits Achieved in 3-day Plugfest, what would have taken weeks (effort) or months (elapsed) otherwise
  • 20. THANK YOUMore Information:http://www.geospatial.govt.nz/christchurch-plugfest-2012-reportMaurits van der VlugtMaurits.vandervlugt@mercuryps.com.auTwitter: @mvandervlugtRichard Murcottrmurcott@linz.govt.nz