Cadastre Information System           (FBSIC)                                 Mata, Luís                                Gi...
Agenda1. FERBRITAS, S.A.2. The FBSIC Project3. Presentation of the SIC Web Application4. Conclusions      Esri Middle East...
Agenda1. FERBRITAS, S.A.2. The FBSIC Project3. Presentation of the SIC Web Application4. Conclusions      Esri Middle East...
Who are we?Main Shareholder:     REFER E.P.E.     Portuguese Railway Infrastructure Manager     Ferbritas S.A.     The eng...
Railway specific approach     Transportation                                                                             C...
Why cadastre as no secrets to usSince 1989 we execute:- Cadastre surveying;- Land acquisition for construction, including ...
The importance of cadastreCadastre definition:… official register of the quantity, value, and ownership of real estate use...
Cadastre and GIS: it´s all about …    Integration                                                No Integration           ...
GIS – our awareness 1. The control and management of urban and rural property, or real estate, and the use    of land, inc...
Agenda1. FERBRITAS, S.A.2. The FBSIC Project3. Presentation of the SIC Web Application4. Conclusions      Esri Middle East...
Why a Cadastre Information System?     Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon   11
Why a Cadastre Information System?                                        Cadastre Control        Private       Business  ...
Why a Cadastre Information System?   Feasibility Studies   Preliminary Studies                                            ...
Why a Cadastre Information System?  Business opportunities and responsibilities                                Decision ma...
Why a Cadastre Information System?Conclusions:- Accurate cadastre information is a significant input to other key activiti...
FBSIC - General Objectives  View, query and edit of geographic and alphanumeric information of land parcels;  Quality co...
FBSIC - System Components  Database …………………… (Alphanumeric / GIS): MS SQL Server 2008  File Server …………………. Pictures, CA...
One solution, seven modules 1. Field ……………………………….… collection of information at the field 2. Data Migration ………………… geogr...
FBSIC - Conceptual Architecture   Field                                                 On permises / Web                 ...
One solution, seven modules 1. Field ……………………………….… collection of information at the field 2. Data Migration ………………… geogr...
1.Field (operation cycle)1 Obtaining the information (at office)                                                          ...
1.Field (cont.)   User Authentication;   Access restrictions on a user base;   Secured access via intranet to download ...
1.Field (cont.)      Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon   23
2.Data Migration  Composed of four toolbars (ArcGIS/ArcEditor):        Import of CAD data;        Creating new layers;  ...
2.Data Migration (cont.)      Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon   25
3. Information Processing    User Authentication;    Secured access via intranet to download and upload data;    Valida...
3. Information Processing (cont.)      Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon   27
4. BackOffice     User authentication;     Data access restrictions for profile / user;     Users definition;     User...
4. BackOffice (cont.)      Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon   29
5. Central    User Authentication;    Data access restrictions for profile / user;    Data insert, edit and query of:  ...
5. Central (cont.)    Documents generation:       -   Temporary Cadastral Report (.pdf)       -   Cadastral Parcel Report...
5. Central (cont.)      Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon   32
6. Approval   User Authentication;   Data access restrictions for profile, user, phase and project;   Project navigatio...
6. Approval (life cycle)                                                                                              Anal...
6. Approval (cont.)      Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon   35
7. Domain Access to data with user restrictions; Queries for Projects, Land parcels, Railroad Lines, Railroad Segments a...
7.Domain (cont.)     Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon   37
Agenda1. FERBRITAS, S.A.2. The FBSIC Project3. Presentation of the SIC Web Application4. Conclusions      Esri Middle East...
FBSIC – Central Module     Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon   39
Agenda1. FERBRITAS, S.A.2. The FBSIC Project3. Presentation of the SIC Web Application4. Conclusions      Esri Middle East...
FBSIC – Accuracy and EfficiencyData Integrity:  • Centralization of information;  • Validation of data quality (amount and...
FBSIC – Integration The integrating nature of FBSIC allows:  • to accomplish present needs and scale to meet future servic...
Our experience• Cadastre is related with social economic and taxation  justice.• Cadastre Control (CC) is important to the...
Thank you for your time and interest!                                                                                     ...
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FBSIC is supported by a scalable architecture, standards-based information technology and communication, interoperability,ensuring a high sustainability of long-term application.

Allows viewing, editing, analysis and reporting of geographic, alphanumeric,and documental information of land property.

The benefits are evident at the level of operational efciency, with the inclusion of tools to enable process integration and standardization of procedures.

Facilitate analysis and quality control and maximize performance in the acquisition, maintenance and management of registration information and land property, including legal issues.

The implemented system achieves levels of robustness, comprehensiveness, openness, scalability and reliability suitable for a structural platform.

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Cadastre Information System - Esri MEA 2011, Beirut

  1. 1. Cadastre Information System (FBSIC) Mata, Luís Gil, Fernando Ferbritas, S.A. Lisbon, Portugal Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 1
  2. 2. Agenda1. FERBRITAS, S.A.2. The FBSIC Project3. Presentation of the SIC Web Application4. Conclusions Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 2
  3. 3. Agenda1. FERBRITAS, S.A.2. The FBSIC Project3. Presentation of the SIC Web Application4. Conclusions Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 3
  4. 4. Who are we?Main Shareholder: REFER E.P.E. Portuguese Railway Infrastructure Manager Ferbritas S.A. The engineering company of REFER E.P.E. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 4
  5. 5. Railway specific approach Transportation Construction Planning and Research and Detailed Land Management Development Design Operation Acquisition and Supervision Transportation Infrastructure Planning and Studies andEnd to end railway infrastructure planning Operation Detailed Designrequires: Construction Management• Specific methodologies and multidisciplinary Quality and Supervision Control Project and rigorous approaches; of Management Materials• Integrated management. GIS Cadastre Cartography Topography Land Acquisition Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 5
  6. 6. Why cadastre as no secrets to usSince 1989 we execute:- Cadastre surveying;- Land acquisition for construction, including the execution and management of expropriation processes.Experience:- Our teams perform this activities daily for the last two decades;- We do know the daily difficulties on the field and at the office;- We know the needs of our customers;- We were required to redesign business processes and promote effectiveness and productivity, related with cadastral information;- We implemented several information system projects (ERP, DMS, GIS, BPM).That’s why we decided to start from de very beginning, by doing the design,the development and put into service an application based in GIS technology:the Cadastre Information System. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 6
  7. 7. The importance of cadastreCadastre definition:… official register of the quantity, value, and ownership of real estate used as a basis oftaxation … recording property boundaries, subdivision lines, buildings and relateddetails …Cadastre is related to:- Social-economic and taxation justice;- Citizenship;- Entrepreneurship;- Business opportunities;- Local, Regional and National Public Administration;- National Policies. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 7
  8. 8. Cadastre and GIS: it´s all about … Integration No Integration vs Efficiency Waste of resources Effectiveness Absence of knowledge Results Missed opportunities Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 8
  9. 9. GIS – our awareness 1. The control and management of urban and rural property, or real estate, and the use of land, including the planning stage and monitoring, is a permanent process that generates a colossal amount of related and diverse information. 2. All this valuable and different information is produced, processed (or not) and filed (or not) during many years by generations of people across multiple organizations (and reorganizations). 3. Information for itself it’s not equivalent to knowledge. 4. Both are indispensable and represent significant value, to the citizen, to the entrepreneur, to Public Administration and to private business management.Conclusion: Using a Corporate Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) to integrate information is one of our key strategic options. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 9
  10. 10. Agenda1. FERBRITAS, S.A.2. The FBSIC Project3. Presentation of the SIC Web Application4. Conclusions Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 10
  11. 11. Why a Cadastre Information System? Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 11
  12. 12. Why a Cadastre Information System? Cadastre Control Private Business Public and Strategic and Management Private Operational Investment Planning and (Cost/Benefit) Monitoring Public Taxation Administration Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 12
  13. 13. Why a Cadastre Information System? Feasibility Studies Preliminary Studies Physical Demarcation of Environmental Property Studies Construction management and As-Built Environmental supervision Drawings Statement Detailed Design Availability of Process of acquisition (negotiation, legal and tax site for issues, etc.) construction Environmental Licensing Process Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 13
  14. 14. Why a Cadastre Information System? Business opportunities and responsibilities Decision making Accurate Business Effectiveness Information Process Knowledge Efficiency Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 14
  15. 15. Why a Cadastre Information System?Conclusions:- Accurate cadastre information is a significant input to other key activities of Society and it is related to social-economic and taxation Justice;- It is essential to the citizen, the entrepreneur and the Public Administration ;- Property means value to everybody, individually and official entities, Integration … if we know, depending on the point of view : • what do we have; • where it is; • which rights and responsibilities; • what is essential and what is dispensable; • what is the potential profitability; Results • what are the opportunities and what we want to do with it.- It’s not only a matter of gathering and maintain accurate information. The purpose is to deliver knowledge to promote efficiency, effectiveness, social fairness and investment;- It‘s worth it: it’s added value! Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 15
  16. 16. FBSIC - General Objectives  View, query and edit of geographic and alphanumeric information of land parcels;  Quality control of cadastre and real estate;  Traceability of the processes;  Map printing and creation of formal documents;  Final approval by the customer (internal or external);  Scalable solution;  Supported by standards for information technology and communication, and interoperability;  Long-term sustainability to the project. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 16
  17. 17. FBSIC - System Components  Database …………………… (Alphanumeric / GIS): MS SQL Server 2008  File Server …………………. Pictures, CAD files, Pdf...  GIS Services .................. ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS Image Server  Desktop GIS ………………. ArcGIS / ArcInfo and its extensions  Web Application ………. Taylor made solution: user interfaces, alpha/geo editing, extended image support, automatic document generation, linked with document management Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 17
  18. 18. One solution, seven modules 1. Field ……………………………….… collection of information at the field 2. Data Migration ………………… geographic and alphanumeric data 3. Information Processing …... validation for integration of collected data 4. BackOffice ………………….……. supporting system administration 5. Central …………………………….. view/edit geo/alpha information, quality control, generation and printing of documents, … 6. Approval ……………………….…. enabling interaction and approval by the client 7. Domain Management …….. enabling an enterprise management of private and public domain property Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 18
  19. 19. FBSIC - Conceptual Architecture Field On permises / Web Web Document Management Cartography push and get Areas Map Cadastre Plan Parcel Plans Field Central Module Module (alfa) Registration Backoffice Forms Approval Module Information .mdb Processing Database Database Module (SQL Server) Domain BAGEX .mdb Module Sync .mdb Data Entities, Types, Migration Geo DB Districts, Module Counties, Parishes, ... Alfa DB Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 19
  20. 20. One solution, seven modules 1. Field ……………………………….… collection of information at the field 2. Data Migration ………………… geographic and alphanumeric data 3. Information Processing …... validation for integration of collected data 4. BackOffice ………………….……. supporting system administration 5. Central …………………………….. view/edit geo/alpha information, quality control, generation and printing of documents, … 6. Approval ……………………….…. enabling interaction and approval by the client 7. Domain Management …….. enabling an enterprise management of private and public domain property Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 20
  21. 21. 1.Field (operation cycle)1 Obtaining the information (at office) 2 Data Collection (Field)The user of the Field module: The user of the Field module: Connects to the LAN  Login in the application Login in the application  Selection of work area Selection and download of the work area intended  Start field operation (insert and update data) ... Verification of the data ...  ... Validate the quality of data collected User User (Field) (at Office) User 3 Submiting the information (at office) (at Office) The user of the Field module:  Connects to the LAN  Login in the application  Selection and upload of the data collected  Verification and submission of the data ... Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 21
  22. 22. 1.Field (cont.)  User Authentication;  Access restrictions on a user base;  Secured access via intranet to download and upload data;  Data insert, edit and query: - cadastral parcels, land parcels, entities, tax and property registers;  Address validation according to postal format;  Data validation (format and completeness) for cadastral parcels;  Warnings and Errors Log for performance quality metrics;  Data validation before submission to the central database;  Autonomy of operation in offline mode. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 22
  23. 23. 1.Field (cont.) Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 23
  24. 24. 2.Data Migration Composed of four toolbars (ArcGIS/ArcEditor):  Import of CAD data;  Creating new layers;  Validation of the topology;  Validation of attributes;  Table mapping layers;  Automatic creation of polygons from lines;  Association of annotations to features;  Controlled upload to the central database;  User and date / time log for each record. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 24
  25. 25. 2.Data Migration (cont.) Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 25
  26. 26. 3. Information Processing  User Authentication;  Secured access via intranet to download and upload data;  Validation and acceptance of data: - Cadastral parcels; - Entities; - Tax and property registers; - Land parcels.  Recording of the work session (save my work);  Submission to the central database. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 26
  27. 27. 3. Information Processing (cont.) Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 27
  28. 28. 4. BackOffice  User authentication;  Data access restrictions for profile / user;  Users definition;  User profile definition;  Definition of functionality by profile;  Association of users to a profile;  Access restriction by application;  Access restriction by project and phase (in Field Module);  Integration with Active Directory;  Creation, copying and maintenance of projects. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 28
  29. 29. 4. BackOffice (cont.) Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 29
  30. 30. 5. Central  User Authentication;  Data access restrictions for profile / user;  Data insert, edit and query of: - cadastral parcels, land parcels, entities, tax and property registers;  Address validation according Postal format;  Integration of geographic and alphanumeric information, imagery and documents;  Workflow control of the project phases;  Query and generation of snapshots. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 30
  31. 31. 5. Central (cont.)  Documents generation: - Temporary Cadastral Report (.pdf) - Cadastral Parcel Report (.pdf) - Land Parcel Report (.xls) - Easy Print (.pdf) - Cadastral Parcels Plant (.pdf) - Land Parcels Plant (.pdf) - Land Parcels Extract (.pdf)  Integration with the Document Management System: - Property Registry Documents; - Finance Documents. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 31
  32. 32. 5. Central (cont.) Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 32
  33. 33. 6. Approval  User Authentication;  Data access restrictions for profile, user, phase and project;  Project navigation;  Cadastral and Land parcels information analysis (geographic and alphanumeric);  Insertion of annotations and corrections to the data in analysis;  Visualization of information to support analysis (criteria);  Integration with vector information of the Engineering Project;  Availability of measurement tools;  Availability of search tools (query builder) ;  History log of analysis and validation acts (what, who and when);  Search by analysis state. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 33
  34. 34. 6. Approval (life cycle) Analyzing n iterations Analyzed Analyzing Solving Creation Change Approving New Observation or Correction Solving Identification of doubt or Created Solved Approved inaccuracy ... Change Rejecting Change Reproving Cancel Change Reviewing Canceled Rejected Reproved Change n iterations Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 34
  35. 35. 6. Approval (cont.) Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 35
  36. 36. 7. Domain Access to data with user restrictions; Queries for Projects, Land parcels, Railroad Lines, Railroad Segments and KPs; Integration between of geographic and alphanumeric cadastre information; Visualization of context geographic information (orthophotos, military and street maps); Control of the Land parcels process state; Automatic update of the Public Domain after acquisition of the Land parcel; View the history of parcel states; Generation of official documentation (Cadastral Parcel and Land Parcel Report, Cadastral Parcels and Land Parcels Plants, Land Parcels Extracts); Integration with the Document Management System; Export of alphanumeric data, graphics and documents. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 36
  37. 37. 7.Domain (cont.) Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 37
  38. 38. Agenda1. FERBRITAS, S.A.2. The FBSIC Project3. Presentation of the SIC Web Application4. Conclusions Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 38
  39. 39. FBSIC – Central Module Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 39
  40. 40. Agenda1. FERBRITAS, S.A.2. The FBSIC Project3. Presentation of the SIC Web Application4. Conclusions Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 40
  41. 41. FBSIC – Accuracy and EfficiencyData Integrity: • Centralization of information; • Validation of data quality (amount and form); • Log into a relational database.Data availability: • Speed of access; • Secure access to profile, functionality and design; • Possibility of integration with other systems.Usability of the data: • Geographical and alphanumeric display; • Generation of documentation; • Analysis of efficiency indicators of the operational process. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 41
  42. 42. FBSIC – Integration The integrating nature of FBSIC allows: • to accomplish present needs and scale to meet future services; • to collect, maintain, manage and share all information in one common platform, and transform it into knowledge; • to relate with other platforms; • to increase accuracy and productivity of business processes related with property management. Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 42
  43. 43. Our experience• Cadastre is related with social economic and taxation justice.• Cadastre Control (CC) is important to the citizen, the entrepreneur, the Public Administration and to private business.• It takes sometime to have a full and accurate data base. But if the right priorities are taken, then results appear earlier and evolves in an exponential trend.• CC increases efficiency, effectiveness and cost/benefit optimization, related to key activities of Society and public and private organizations: planning, use of land, engineering, maintenance, lease, facilities, liability, taxation, investment control …• It’s worth it! Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 43
  44. 44. Thank you for your time and interest! ‫شكرا‬ Obrigado!Ferbritas, S.A. Luis Mata Fernando Gil CEO GIO – Head of GISRua José da Costa Pedreira, 111750-130 Lisboa, Portugal mata@ferbritas.pt fgil@ferbritas.ptTel: +351 217 511 700Fax: +351 210 118 080Web: www.ferbritas.pt Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference November 1-3, 2011 – Beirut, Lebanon 44

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