How to Include GIS 3D Technology in Transport Network Representation
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Presentation on Esri European User Conference 2011 by David Lellouche from RATP.

Presentation on Esri European User Conference 2011 by David Lellouche from RATP.

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  • 1. HOW TO INCLUDE GIS THREE DIMENSIONNAL TECHNOLOGY IN TRANSPORT NETWORK REPRESENTATION. Include 3D in the passenger information standardDavid Lellouche. RATP. Engineering department ING. Innovative customers technologies and mobility
  • 2. Summary• 1) Transport and passenger information CEN standards• 2) 3D representation of historized or scheduled topology of line versions. Managing the future?• 3) Modelling a 3D station for services.• 4) conclusions
  • 3. CEN Standards and technical specifications for modelling and exchange transport data Concepts and model for databaseTRANSMODEL 5.1 IFOPTMultimodal operationsSchedules & vehicle dentification of fixedschedules objects in TPTactical planningNetwork description Stop PlaceFare collection AccessibilityRosteringOperation monitoring Path linkPersonnel disposition. EquipmentsPassenger informationAll fonctionnals domains TopographyXML messages and servicesSIRI Next EuropeanReal time data Standard NETEXexchange Scheduled data exchange based on national standardsStop monitoring (trident, transexchange, vdv,General messageFacility monitoring noptis, tap/tsi …)Disruption messages Network description part 1….. Tactical planning part 2 Fare collection part 3 Include IFOPT concepts.
  • 4. Link with GIS• GIS shape or projection of transport network topology. Stop point, line, route, path link and stop place or station in database.• Interoperability of ESRI Product with oracle, WMS, WFS.• Integrate GML (Geographic MarkUp Langage with 3D or Z) in transport object exchange standard.• Exchange transport layer with the INSPIRE European Directive and interoperable format. (ISO Geographic Data File, GDF which include a transport layer)• Link between infrastructure and transport superset objects.
  • 5. Summary• 1) Transport and passenger information Standards• 2) 3D representation of historicized or scheduled topology of line versions. Managing the futur?• 3) Modelling a 3D station for services• 4) conclusions
  • 6. RATP NETWORKMetro / subway RER suburban- 14 lines. 1 automated- 1 400 millions trips/year railway lines- 212 km of tracks - 447 millions de trips/years- 298 stations -115 km of tracks- 3 000 drivers - 67 stations - 835 drivers Tramway :BusAccessibility on all the bus Network 3 linesReal time information at each stop point and 4 in project - 3 lines (T1, T2, T3)Bus network Mobilien - 80 millions trips /yearsNight network Noctilien - 82 trains- 351 lines- 952 millions de trips/an- 12 000 drivers- 4 200 bus- 16 000 stop points- 21 bus garage center
  • 7. GIS ESRI Tools to draw the Bus lines Oracle spatial With SDE and ARCGIS 9.2 Arc engine Desktop Administration Arcmap ArcCatalog Prototype 3D with arcscene
  • 8. Show and draw the anticipated network.Choose a date in the future.Line Draw the line by selecting Other layers->routes Road infrastructure on POI ->transport link Urban reference database address ->infrastructure linkStop points
  • 9. 2D representation of futur network in progress• How to resolve the concurrence between differents software sessions• Define a plan or a date if each object have a separate version life• Define the future is always false. How to have multiple competitives versions with fusion mechanism or one reference version after an other.• How to modify an anticipated version and propagate the modifications on times axe.• Show the time and the interaction between object using 3D tools modeling
  • 10. 3D view of times and line version with arcsceneuse Z as time. A line shape and a beginning and ending date from today The attributs of line selected In the 3D view Under zero: Historized upper zero: futur
  • 11. Reference or historicized Network in 3D
  • 12. Interact with object. Sculpt the time by modifying the 3D shape ?Use or create specific mud toolsshow the scale, show the link between common objects
  • 13. Summary• 1) Transport and passenger information Standards• 2) 3D representation of historized or scheduled topology of line versions. Managing the futur?• 3) Modelling a 3D station for services.• 4) conclusions
  • 14. « Gare de lyon station » 3D prototype Main goals and services• RATP Modelling stations (560 stations = 384 metro stations + 67 rail stations + 112 tramway stations ) Showing the station, entrances and exits for safety and security plan and on site space learning Path link for indoor route computer or passenger guidance in station (7800 corridors + 6500 spaces, hall, concourses) Accessibility for passengers information map in site Managing and monitoring equipments like passenger information display for real time information Compatibility between 2 D infrastructure and bus topology reference database with 3D station. ° Virtual reality and 360° photo and video to visualise the deasable persons navigation path and the equipment.• LOCAL TRANSPORT AUTORITY Build an IFOPT stop place reference database to identify the common multi operator stop. Enhance intermodality in Ile de France for real time data exchange.
  • 15. Minimal set of information of IFOPT concept.Easy to anderstood with 3DLevel, path link, statique assignement between logical network (line, route, scheduled stop point)and the physical network of a station (quay, stop place entrance, space, quay). Stop place gare de lyon Stop place entrance With label and identifier QUAY Stop point assignement Line Scheduled stop point Path link
  • 16. 2D, 3D coherence of differents geographics sources on gare de lyon stationExternal and enterprise reference data. Link between transport, road and urban data 3D Building from Bus lines National geographic institut. RER line Path link and level Of underground station
  • 17. IFOPT fonctionnal domains. 3D proptotype, a core description of stationIFOPT Admin-Mdl::DataManagedObject TM-Mdl::Place PlaceId[0..1] : PlaceId PointProjection[0..1] : PointProjection Topog-Mdl::Country CreationDateTime[1] : dateTime LinkProjection[0..1] : LinkProjectionIdentification of fixed object in ModificationDateTime[0..1] : dateTime VersionFrame[0..1] : string AdministrativeAreaRef[0..1] : AdminAreaCode ZoneProjection[0..1] : ZoneProjection CountryCode[1] : CountryIanaEnum CountryName[0..1] : nlString ShortName[0..1] : nlStringpublic transport. AlternativeCommonName AccessiblePlace 1 is in ElementId[1] : string NameTypeRef[0..1] : nmtoken 1 address Language[0..1] : lang 0..* allias Name[1] : nlString ShortName[0..1] : nlString 0..* 0..* Abbreviation[0..1] : nlString 1 Address-Mdl::Address «enumeration» transport for AbstractStopPlaceElement VehicleModesEnum CountryRef[0..1] : CountryIanaEnum PrimaryTransportMode[0..1] : ModeCode AddressId[0..1] : AddressId air Topo rail suburbanRail 0..* 1 0..* access by 1 Point urbanRail StopPlaceComponent metro graphiy Stops tram bus TM-Mdl::TransportMode StopPlaceElementRef[0..1] : StopPlaceId StopPlaceComponentId[1] : ComponentId LevelRef[0..1] : LevelCode Of trolleyBus coach ferry TransportModeType[1] : ModeCode isIndoors[0..1] : boolean 0..* water «enumeration» interest telecabin funicular taxi AccessModesEnum foot bicycle subplace of 1 1 is part of 0..* Access- selfDrive unknown car taxi StopPlace Stop all other shuttle 1 StopPlaceId[ ] StopPlaceId[1] : StopPlaceId PublicCode[0..1] : StopPlaceCode ibility 0..* 1 StopPlaceName[0..1] : nlString ShortName[0..1] : nlString * 1 entrances place path links StopPlaceType[0..1] : StopPlaceTypeEnum ParentPlaceRef[0..1] : StopPlaceId Weighting[1] : InterchangeWeightingEnum 1 AbstractPathLink neigbour of has levels is on FromPlaceRef[1] : PlaceId 1 * has ToPlaceRef[1] : PlaceId 0..* from level FromLevelRef[0..1] : LevelCode 0..1 ToLevelRef[0..1] : LevelCode 0..* FromEntranceRef[0..1] : ComponentId 0..1 0..* ToEntranceRef[0..1] : ComponentId 0..* to level Description[0..1] : nlString Level 0..1STOP PLACE: Distance[0..1] : distance Steps[0..1] : integer FromToDirectionOfUse[0..1] : DirectionOfUseEnum LevelCode[1] : LevelCode LevelName[0..1] : nlString StopPlaceEntrance EntranceName[0..1] : nlString Direction[0..1] : PathDirectionEnum from IsExternal[0..1] : boolean MaximumFlowPerMinute[0..1] : integer IsEntry[0..1] : boolean to DefaultDuration[0..1] : duration 0..1 IsExit[0..1] : boolean 0..*LEVEL: FrequentTravellerDuration[0..1] : duration OccasionalTravellerDuration[0..1] : duration MobilityRestrictedTravellerDuration[0..1] : duration 0..1 Width[0..1] : metres Height[0..1] : metresSTOP PATH LINK: 0..* to AbstractStopPlaceSpace fromQUAY: 0..* StopPathLink PathName[0..1] : nlString 0..* 1 1 BoardingUse[0..1] : boolean AlightingUse[0..1] : boolean 0..* 0..*BOARDING POSITION: 1 Quay has AccessSpace 0..* PublicCode[0..1] : PublicCode AccessSpaceName[0..1] : nlString QuayName[0..1] : nlString AccessSpaceType[0..*] : AccessSpaceEnum Label[0..1] : nlStringACCESS SPACE: 0..* PassageType[0..1] : PassageEnum subzone of 0..* DestinationDisplay[0..1] : nlString QuayType[0..1] : QuayTypeEnum CompassBearing[0..1] : compassBearing 1STOP PLACE ENTRANCE: IFOPT / TS278 SG6 BoardingPosition 0..* CompassOctant[0..1] : CompassOctantEnum ParentQuayRef[0..1] : ComponentId subzone of Stop Place PublicCode[0..1] : PublicCode 1 BoardingPositionName[0..1] : nlString Basic Path Model Label[0..1] : nlString BoardingPositionType[0..1] : BoardingPositionTypeEnum
  • 18. Différents methods to aggregate thestop point of multiple operatorsHub and spokes
  • 19. 2D stop place polygone.A shape to identify all the operators composants inside.
  • 20. Gare de lyon 3D prototype Services • 3D view • 2D passenger information map • Indoor route computer • Virtual reality , visualisation of equipment • Plan a trip for restricted mobility persons
  • 21. 3D map with IFOPT base with ARCSCENE
  • 22. Semi Automatic generation of 2D passenger information map.GIS IFOPT database and on site sign information
  • 23. Three indoor routes with differents level of accessibility.
  • 24. Web application:a level station discovery with ESRI flex application
  • 25. Web: address to address route computer with video °360° navigation path throught connection and transit
  • 26. Questions ? To be or not to be in 3D ?