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GIS as a Platform by Sam Viana (Esri Inc)


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Keynote address given by Sam Viana at the 2013 Esri South Africa Summit

Keynote address given by Sam Viana at the 2013 Esri South Africa Summit

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  • 1. Sam VianaEsri IncGIS as a Platform
  • 2. GIS Is Transforming Into a PlatformIntegrating Software and Services1960’s 1980’s 1990’s 2000’s 2010’s1970’sMainframeMinicomputerWorkstationDesktopClient/ServerWeb ServerCloud/Device
  • 3. This New PlatformConnects and Leverages Existing GIS InvestmentsPervasiveEnterpriseServerDesktop
  • 4. Providing Mapping and GISTo the Entire OrganizationEnabling Access by EveryoneProfessional GISExecutiveAccessPublicEngagementEnterpriseIntegrationWorksAnywhereKnowledgeWorkers
  • 5. This Platform Leverages Many TrendsPervasiveGeographicUnderstanding
  • 6. Enabling Pervasive AccessIntegrating Traditional GIS with a Whole New World of Apps
  • 7. GIS Implementation PatternsRe-Occurring Problems in GIS ImplementationsCore Solution for Each One of Those Problems
  • 8. Data ManagementAt the center of it all: DataImageryDBMSServicesSensorNetworksBig DataSpreadsheetsMapsSocial Media
  • 9. ArcGIS Provides Storage for GIS DataGeoDatabase• Validation Rules• Replication• Multi-Editing• 3D StorageEditorTomBillJoeEditingData Interoperability
  • 10. ArcGIS Integrates with Big Data• Hadoop Applications can provide Spatial Analysis• GeoProcessing environment integration• Geometry API for Java• ST_Geometry (SQL) in Hive
  • 11. ArcGIS Is a Strong Imagery PlatformIntegrating all Types, Sources and Sensor Models. . . Making Imagery a Fundamental Part of the SystemsThermalPanchromaticMulti-SpectralRADARFull Motion Video (FMV)AerialSatelliteLiDAR
  • 12. Data Intelligence: AnalysisTools and Methods for Advanced Analytics• Faster• SimplifiedAdvancing Geographic Science . . .. . . Solving Complex Problems64-Bit Geoprocessingfor the DesktopTime Aware RoutingGPSPhotosBetterKriging3D AnalysisFastAllocation1 Mile¼ Mile ½ MileClusterAnalysisExploratory RegressionV1=f(V2)+f(V3)+f(V…)V1V3V…V1 V2 V3 V…V2
  • 13. ArcGIS Provides Analysis AutomationScripting MechanismsToolsModelBuilderPython Windowarcpy.Describe("c:/data/Portland.gdb/Sidewalks")arcpy.Clip_analysis (“Sidewalks”, “StudyArea”, “c:/data/output.gdb/SidewalkClipScripts
  • 14. ArcGIS Integrates with Leading Enterprise SystemsBusiness AnalyticsMapping and Spatial AnalysisBI PlatformsMicrosoft Office• IBM Cognos• SharePoint• MicroStrategy• SAPAvailable With Online
  • 15. ArcGIS Integrates Real-Time ProcessingArcGIS ServerMassive Volumes• Inline Processing• Geo-Triggers / Geo-FencingIntegrates and Exploits Streaming Data . . .. . . Including Social Media and Sensor StreamsGeoEventProcessorContinuous Processingand Analysis ResultsStreamsGeoEvent Processor Extension (10.2 – beta now)
  • 16. ArcGIS Supports 3D Analysis and DesignIterative analysis while designingMass modeling Visibility analysis Shadow analysisFaçade design Detailed Façades Skyline AnalysisDesign Analyze Compare
  • 17. VisualizationWeb Maps Are the New MediumMaking Intelligent Geographic Information Available AnywhereDesktopsTabletsSmartphonesWebsitesAny DeviceBrowsersSocial MediaIntegrating ServicesWeb MapSupporting Visualization,Query, Editing, and Analysis
  • 18. ArcGIS Includes Solution TemplatesApps, Maps, Data Models and ToolsLeveraging Best Practices . . .. . . Helping Partners Be SuccessfulUtilitiesEmergencyManagementGovernment• Free to Users• Easily Configured• Fully Supported• Open SourceMilitary/Intel
  • 19. ArcGIS Includes Web AppsEasily Configured and DeployedMappingLeveraging Web Maps and Web ScenesSimpleEditingQueryComing• New / Improved Templates- Editing- Social Media- Crowd Sourcing- Map Stories- Parcels• New Functionality- Routing- Spatial Analysis- Real-Time3D Visualization(Web Scene)TemporalMappingMashupsServer Analytics(coming)Web Devices
  • 20. Mobile SupportArcGIS comes with Device AppsDashboardViewingEditingField DataCollectionQueryExtending ArcGIS with Ready to Use SolutionsComing• Disconnected Editing• Routing• KML Support• Presentation Mode• ArcPad Integration“New App”CollectorAndroidiOSWindows
  • 21. Enabling New User Experiences
  • 22. ArcGIS Leverages CrowdsourcingArcGIS Content Is Growing Rapidly. . . Providing a Foundation for Your WorkMany Community ContributionsDynamic ImageryLandscapeElevation
  • 23. ArcGIS Leverages Geo-LocationTwitter Analysis through GeoEvent ProcessorTwitter Monitorimws://GeoEvent ProcessorReal-time data
  • 24. The future of interaction is locationWhat could your app doif it knew where it was
  • 25. GeoTrigger – Leveraging Location Awareness
  • 26. Public Alerts
  • 27. Localized Advertising
  • 28. Conditional Access
  • 29. Hospitality & Customer Service
  • 30. GIS as a Platform Changes OrganizationsBreaking Down Barriers Between Workflows, Disciplines and CulturesEnabling Collaboration, Sharing, and Holistic Approaches
  • 31. Organizations Are Rapidly Adopting This PlatformOrganizing and Sharing Their Information. . . Building Shared InfrastructureUS GovernmentEurope UnionEye on Earth NetworkUNEPThe World BankStatesCities
  • 32. ArcGIS VisionA Complete Geospatial PlatformEasy, Open and Cloud Enabled . . .. . . Providing Transformational OpportunitiesOnlineServerDevicesDesktopWebContentInfrastructureApps
  • 33. ArcGIS Desktop AppsContinue to ImproveSupporting GIS ProfessionalsAdvanced CartographyEditing and Data ManagementModeling & Spatial Analysis(Now 64 bit)1 Mile¼ Mile ½ Mile3D VisualizationCityEngineComing• New Analytics• PKI / single sign on• Image Search• Tile creating• Performance & Quality• CityEngine Integration
  • 34. • Easy To Deploy• Very Fast• Highly Scalable• Native 64-Bit• Deployable In CloudArcGIS Server – Geospatial InfrastructureProviding Data Management and ServicesEnabling Real-time GISReal TimeSensor DataArcGISServerDynamicImageryComing• PKI (Security)• Teradata• Hadoop Integration• FISMA• Real-time ProcessingNew Spatial DataBig Data
  • 35. Providing• Easy Mapping• Sharing• Open Data• Cloud Services• Content ManagementArcGIS Online – Geospatial InfrastructureIntegrating Cloud ComputingComing• Analytics• GeoEnrichment• Support for- GeoRSS, WMTS- PDF, XLS, DOC . . .• Federated Identities• Portal ImprovementsProfessional GISExecutiveAccessKnowledgeWorkersPublicEngagementEnterpriseIntegrationWorksAnywhereArcGIS Server
  • 36. ArcGIS Is a Platform for DevelopersProviding Creative Opportunities for Building Apps• Runtimes and APIs• Online Services• New Documentation• Tools for Apps Mgt.• Marketplace (coming)Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android PlatformsSilverlightRESTHTML5/JSFlexWeb.NETDesktopJavaObjective-CWPFDeviceJavaWPFObjective-C
  • 37. Resources for Developers
  • 38. Comes withContentAppsTemplatesGeographic Science Is the FoundationFor Understanding Our WorldA Platform for Dramatically Growing GIS. . .. . . Creating a Better FutureArcGIS as a Platform . . .. . . Makes it PervasiveSupports GIS WorkflowsMappingData ManagementAnalysis3D VisualizationImage ProcessingGeoprocessingSupports EnterpriseGeo-Enablement(Location Analytics)MappingAnalysisIntegrationSupportingGovernmentBusinessUtilitiesScienceNGO’sFor DevelopersServicesTemplatesAPI’s
  • 39. • GIS as a Platform• GIS Implementation Patterns• ArcGIS Complete Enterprise Solution• ArcGIS as the Framework for the PlatformSummary
  • 40. Making a Difference . . .. . . And Contributing to SocietyEsri Continues to Serve Our UsersCreating and supporting the ArcGIS platform . . .. . . Partnering to address problems, issues and challengesAdvancing GIS . . .. . . and Spatial Literacy