The GIS for Emergency and Security of Catalonia


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Presentation by Marc Salvador Segarra from SIGESCAT on Esri European User Conference 2011.

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The GIS for Emergency and Security of Catalonia

  1. 1. Welcome #EUC11
  2. 2. Generalitat de Catalunya Departament d’Interior Direcció de ServeisThe GIS for Emergency and Security of Catalonia Marc Salvador Segarra
  3. 3. Index1. Needs2. Targets3. SIGESCAT 1. Business vision 2. System architecture 3. Data & maps 4. Video 5. Architecture
  4. 4. 1. Needs Update obsolete platforms. Technological integration for unified management of emergencies. Information crossed between agencies Reduction costs of maintenance. Positioning of fleets.
  5. 5. 2. Targets Efficacy and efficiency. Interoperability between agencies. Speed and robustness. Cost saving maintenance. Single management data. Repository of data. Standardized Systems. Capacity of growth. Integration of other administrations. Network of radio communications RESCAT.
  6. 6. 3.1 SIGESCAT – Business vision RESCAT NETWORK Interoperability BUS Multipurpose Dispatch Dispatch Dispatch GPS Data system system system Corporative Gateway GIS Portal SIGESCAT Geoservice BUS & Data
  7. 7. 3.2 SIGESCAT – System architecture
  8. 8. 3.3 SIGESCAT – Data & maps I Cartographic fundTopographical Maps Orthophotographies 1. Data Sources : Topograhical base: 1:50.000, 1:5.000 DEM: 15x15. Orthophotografies: 1:250.000, 25 m, 5 m, 25 cm. : Topographical base: 1:25.000 Orthophotografies: 25 m. : Street names . : buildings & house numbering Others: DGCarreteres/DGPEIS: Kilometric Points & Trails, CTTI: Urban areas IGN France & Andorran government (in project)
  9. 9. 3.3 SIGESCAT – Data & maps II Cartographic fundTopographical Maps Orthophotographies 2. Zoom levels & territorial extend 11 dedicated zoom levels, from 1:1.312.500 to 1:600 Zoom level has its own information Catalonia & 100 km around 3. Inverse cache 68,5 milions of pregenerated tiles 2 TB of disc space
  10. 10. 3.3 SIGESCAT – Data & maps IIIRouting1. Data Sources Road network Trail network2. Generated data: 282,000 street names (216,000 different streets) 3.17 millions of interpolated house numbers 1.5 millions of graph segments 20 segment categories 34,000 prohibited maneuvers 26,000 connections between graphs
  11. 11. 3.3 SIGESCAT – Data & maps IVSearch1. Data Sources Administrative units Streets & house numbers Roads and kilometric points Equipments Generalitat de Catalunya Industrial plants Departament dIndústria Hydrography Toponymy
  12. 12. 3.3 SIGESCAT – Data & maps VSpecialized mapsAgencies and their map : Firefighter map: SOC grid, heliports, fire hydrants, Surveillance and attack aircrafts, Watchtowers, Fire Stations, built-up areas. & : Police regions, Basic police areas, municipalities with local police. : Ferrocat, Inuncat, Infocat, Neucat, Plaseqcat, Aerocat, Transcat, Radcat, Camcat. : Areas of natural interest.
  13. 13. 3.4 SIGESCAT – Video
  14. 14. 3.5 SIGESCAT – Components of System architecture1. Database2. GPS data gateway3. Geoservice Bus4. Portal5. Viewer6. Administration tools7. Data maintenance tools8. Data analysis tools
  15. 15. A1 A2 3.5 SIGESCAT – Components of System architecture 1. Database Architecture based on Redundancy: several instances of database Scalability: node-based solution is ready to grow just adding more nodes 2 different databases: GIS database: Active – Active for reading, Active – Passive for writing (1 read-write instance, the rest are read-only) GPS positions database: Active – Active model for reading and writing (all instances have read-write capabilities) 1 Oracle RAC for each Datacenter 2 nodes for each Oracle RAC Synchronization: GIS Database: Data Synchronization every 5 minute with Oracle Active Dataguard GPS Positions Database: Real-time Synchronization
  16. 16. Diapositiva 15A1 Autor; 25/10/2011A2 Autor; 25/10/2011
  17. 17. 3.5 SIGESCAT – Components of System architecture2. GPS data Gateway GPS data injector from RESCAT network 7 millions of positions daily Independent nodes guarantee real-time service availability Positions are published through Geoservice Bus
  18. 18. 3.4 SIGESCAT – Components of System architecture3. Geoservice Bus: 1 - OGC Services Maps: Tiled maps: WMS-C Non tiled maps: WMS Data (w/ geometry): WFS: for read-only data WFS-T: for redlining edition Geocoding: OpenLS Direct Geocoding: street & house number, road & kp, intersections,… Reverse Geocoding: it always returns the best available spatial reference Metadata: CSW, following ISO 19115 Representation: WMC, w/ extensive use of SLD
  19. 19. 3.4 SIGESCAT – Components of System architecture3. Geoservice Bus: 2 - Non OGC Services (SOAP) Search: Multi source: streets, roads (with kp), poi, locations, elements (hospital, police station,…) Intuitive and error-tolerant: google-like search Routing & Accessibility: SitMRK 4.0 Multimodal routing: calculates the optimal route (time-based or distance-based) between 2 points by using different graphs. Accessibility: calculates the N nearest elements of one or more types from / to a point, using multimodal routing algorithm.
  20. 20. 3.5 SIGESCAT – Components of System architecture4. Portal Users & profiles: Every logged user shows contents according its profile Multipurpose contents: News: about system and data Forum: generic and profile-based forum Videos: self-training videos (23 currently) Documents: user manuals, technical documentation,… Maps: Predefined maps for particular use Integrated Map viewer
  21. 21. 3.5 SIGESCAT – Components of System architecture5. Viewer: SitViewer 2K10 Integrated security: available functionalities depend of logged user profile Allowed users can save their session: map configuration and contents Multi active layer: all the active elements in map show a tooltip when mouse pointer pass over them Left panel w/ 4 sections: Interactive legend: add/remove/sort legend entries, access to data table, access to layer metadata Search results: results can be found on map Favorites: collection of user selected elements Routing & accessibility results: list of waypoints for routes and list of nearest elements Full OGC compatible: WMS, WFS, WFS-T, OpenLS, WMC, CSW,…
  22. 22. 3.5 SIGESCAT – Components of System architecture6. Administration tools Maps configured with ArcGIS Desktop. Published maps generated with ArcGIS Server. Metadata informed with ArcGIS Desktop.7. Data maintenance tools Data is stored in Database using ArcGIS Desktop & ArcSDE Graph maintenance is done with ArcGIS Desktop tools. Data formats compatibility enhanced w/ Data Interoperability Extension.
  23. 23. 3.5 SIGESCAT – Components of System architecture8. Data analysis tools Territory-based analysis w/ 3D Analyst & Spatial Analyst extensions. Emergency response analysis & fleet simulation w/ Tracking Analyst extension. Preconfigured routes & Service Areas w/ Network Analyst extension.
  24. 24. 3.5 SIGESCAT – Products & Providers1. Technology: DELL: 2 racks w/ 13 servers: 4 for Database 2 for virtual server farm managing 9 for virtual server farm HP: 29.5 TB of 15K rpm Fiber Channel Disc VMWARE: 40 virtual servers: Total CPU: 18 Intel Xeon 2.26 GHz Quadcore CPU Total RAM: 432 GB ORACLE: 4 Oracle 11g RAC Nodes w/ Active Dataguard ESRI: 5 ArcGIS Desktop w/ Extensions & 4 ArcGIS Server w/ ArcSDE (all of them are v10)
  25. 25. 3.5 SIGESCAT – Products & Providers2. Services: Abertis Telecom: Hardware configuration & GPS data gateway development Sitep: GIS data loading & configuration, installation & configuration of SW for Geoservice Bus & Portal, including Esri v10 products, Oracle 11g Enterprise products & Sitep products (SitViewer & SitMRK) Oracle: Support for installation of Oracle RAC & Consultant services Esri: Support for installation of ArcGIS Server & Consultant services
  26. 26. Thank You