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ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System
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ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System

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Presentation given at the 2007 Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference, presented by Kirk Beach, Ohio Department of Transportation.

Presentation given at the 2007 Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference, presented by Kirk Beach, Ohio Department of Transportation.

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  • 1. Project Overview ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System Kirk Beach Ohio Department of Transportation Office of Geotechnical Engineering Geology and Exploration Section
  • 2. Project Goals Development of a web-based GIS enterprise system for geotechnical data – Capable of serving the broad needs of practicing geotechnical professionals – Enable internal and external customers access to search, input, and export geotechnical information Flexible to allow for future inclusion of new “modules”
  • 3. Major Components of the System Electronic conversion of the historical geotechnical archives Management of current geotechnical data Presentation of boring logs and laboratory testing results Inventory and ranking of geohazard sites Remediation cost database and application
  • 4. Major Components of the System Geologic Site Management Program Instrumentation and monitoring of high risk geologic sites Geotechnical support for construction projects Operations and Maintenance reporting Structural Engineering support
  • 5. Major Components of the System Geotechnical research Software application interfacing Web portal for a GIS-based enterprise system
  • 6. Team/Resources Participants – Federal Agencies: FHWA, ACE, USGS – State Agencies: OhioEPA, OhioDNR – Local Government: City & County Engineers – Consultants – Academia
  • 7. Initial Studies Synthesis Study with FHWA – Practices by DOTs – Management Systems used in the UK Needs Assessment (November, 2004) – Justification – Begin formulation for the system
  • 8. Assessment
  • 9. Major Discoveries Oracle database with Oracle Spatial for main engine gINT for borehole logging and graphic presentation of logs ESRI product for GIS applications with 3D Analysis Falcon for document management Equis for data management
  • 10. Geotechnical Data Management System
  • 11. Data vs. Document Project Information Web Application Documents Geotechnical Data Spatial Data Associated Spatial Data
  • 12. Document Management System Goal: To develop a web-based GIS enterprise system for geotechnical data Capable of serving the broad needs of practicing geotechnical professionals Enable internal and external customers access to search, input, and export geotechnical information
  • 13. Description Card Files – Database
  • 14. Description Card Files Project Boxes
  • 15. Description Card Files Project Boxes Plan Sheets Project Files
  • 16. Scanning Reference
  • 17. Document Scanning Project Original Estimates (Documents in Warehouse) – 1.5 million 8.5” x 11” documents – 50,300 24” x 36” plan sheets – Value = $500 million Revised Estimates based on ongoing project – 1.07 million 8.5” x 11” documents – 72,000 24” x 36” plan sheets – Additional 25% “Do Not Scan” (duplicates, severe damage, etc.)
  • 18. Document Scanning Project Current Status Warehouse scanning 82% complete Assessment of District documents complete (est. 800,000 documents) Perform District scanning pilot project
  • 19. Indexing Documents Example of Searchable Fields – County – Route – Mile Post – Document Type – Top of Rock
  • 20. Document Management System
  • 21. What is the economic value? 1. Minnesota DOT…savings of $20k per year in personnel time to look up borehole information 2. Missouri DOT…savings of $81k/year by implementing electronic field data entry; $20k/year in drilling by utilizing historic data 3. Florida DOT…savings of $250k to $500k in subsurface investigation on a single I-595 project by using existing data
  • 22. What is the economic value? 4. Ohio DOT…savings of $12M to $24M by using previously collected subsurface exploration data 5. United Kingdom Highway Agency has saved 80% of slope repair cost through proactive maintenance made possible by GDMS
  • 23. Future Goal Can documents have a spatial component? – Geo-referencing Documents
  • 24. Drilling Request System
  • 25. ODOT’s Drilling Program GPS Data Compilation – Decimal degrees for Lat & Long – Elevation Dilemma Use of PDA or PC Tablets DoIT working with MicroSoft – Standards for Tablet and Software • Due: Oct 24th, 2007
  • 26. Ohio DOT Specifications for Geotechnical Explorations http://www.dot.state.oh.us/geotechnical/SGE/
  • 27. Modifications to the SGE Reflect the new standards Implement Electronic Data Deliverable (EDD) Identify the requirements for the electronic submission of data
  • 28. Transportation Pooled Fund Project DIGGS: Geotechnical Management System (GMS) Objective: Develop geotechnical and geoenvironmental data exchange standards. Hence… TPF-5(111), Development of Standards for Geotechnical Management Systems The name of these standards is Data Interchange for Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Specialists (DIGGS)
  • 29. Geotechnical Management System Group: 11 State DOTs • FHWA • USACE • USGS • USEPA • UK Highway Agency •
  • 30. Geotechnical Data Coalition Group: University of Florida • Association of Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental • Specialists (AGS) Construction Industry Research and Information • Association (CIRIA) Consortium of Organizations for Strong Motion • Observation Systems (COSMOS) FHWA • Ohio DOT • Special Interest Group Managers (SIGs) •
  • 31. DIGGS v1.0 Borehole data • In-situ tests • Laboratory tests • Borehole geophysics • Deep foundations •
  • 32. DIGGs Parent – Child Folder Relationships <sample gml:id=quot;bf6615a0-6a74-11da-8cd6-0800200c9a66quot;> <gml:name codeSpace=“keylab1quot;>12345678452</gml:name> <depthTop uom=quot;mquot;>1.00</depthTop> -Project <type>B</type> <reference>1</reference> -Borehole <specimen> tests are preformed on a specimen -Sample <gml:name codeSpace=“keylab1quot;>12345678452</gml:name> -Speciman <depthTop>1.00</depthTop> <depthBase>1.00</depthBase> -Test <description>Soft brown Clay</description> <reference>23</reference> -Analysis <remarks/> -Result <subsamplingMethod></subsamplingMethod> <roles/> <description>-</description> </specimen> </sample>
  • 33. Laboratory Information Management System Assessment by University of Akron – Assess current hardware and software – Assess software requirements • Determine Research Needs Start with Drilling – PC Tablet & Software • Interface with gINT – Sample identification Laboratory – Testing work station Presentation in Geotechnical Reports & Plans
  • 34. Geologic Hazards Program Abandoned Underground Mines Rock Falls Landslides Cost Remediation Application & Database
  • 35. Remediation Cost Database and Web-Based Application Geohazards
  • 36. Types of Data Stored in RCDA Plan Scenario Sites – Roadway locations requiring Plan Scenario remediation Site Scenario Plans Plan Scenario – Each site may have several plans Scenarios Plan Scenario – Each plan consists Scenario of one or more remediation method
  • 37. List of Sites in Area
  • 38. Variables for Remediation Plan
  • 39. List Plan Scenarios
  • 40. What is the economic value? 1. United Kingdom Highway Agency has saved 80% of slope repair cost through proactive maintenance made possible by GDMS ($40M to $50M savings) 2. Proactive remediation of geohazards reduces the number of emergency projects and eliminated the 20% to 30% in construction costs associated with non-bid projects ($60M to $180M) 3. Reduction in liability by using “reasonable prudence” through a systematic approach to remediate geohazard with limited funding.
  • 41. “A key element in a successful system is the ability to easily and efficiently share geotechnical data.” (EarthSoft, 2007)
  • 42. What Does Our Future Hold?
  • 43. Data Management System Pilot Project – PC version of Application – Testing Enterprise Application
  • 44. How is EarthSoft Implementing DIGGS? Intelligent Data Entry Form (IDEF) that creates 1. DIGGS format data files DIGGS XML/GML File
  • 45. The EQuIS Data Processor (EDP) will check 2. DIGGS files, applying validation rules Errors highlighted EDDs with errors highlighted Required field not populated, make correction Valid value not found, select correct value from pull down menu
  • 46. EQuIS will import DIGGS files using EDP 3. EQuIS DIGGS Data XML/GML EQuIS Processor File (EDP)
  • 47. How is EarthSoft Implementing DIGGS? EQuIS will export data in the DIGGS XML/GML 4. format DIGGS XML/GML EQuIS File
  • 48. LIMs ? ? ? ? ? ?
  • 49. Questions?

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