Cadastre Information System - Esri IUC 2011, San Diego - CA

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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. …

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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  • 1. Cadastre Information System (FBSIC) Mata, Luís Gil, Fernando Ferbritas, S.A., Lisbon, PortugalEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 1
  • 2. Agenda 1. FERBRITAS, S.A. 2. The FBSIC Project 3. Presentation of the FBSIC Web Application 4. ConclusionsEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 2
  • 3. Agenda 1. FERBRITAS, S.A. 2. The FBSIC Project 3. Presentation of the FBSIC Web Application 4. ConclusionsEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 3
  • 4. Ferbritas S.A. – Anticipating the future Main Shareholder: REFER E.P.E. (Portuguese Railway Infrastructure Manager) Ferbritas S.A. Transports engineering – anticipating the futureEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 4
  • 5. Ferbritas S.A. – Railway infrastructure approach Transport Construction Research and Detailed Planning and Expropriations Management Development Design Operation and Supervision Transport Infrastructure End to end infrastructure planning Planning and Studies and Operation Detailed Design and development requires: Construction •Specific methodologies and Quality Management Control and Supervision multidisciplinary and rigorous of Project Management Materials approaches; •Integrated management. GIS, Cartography Expropriations TopographyEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 5
  • 6. The importance of GIS and sharing… the awareness Operation Planning Feasibility Detailed Construction Design Maintenance Several One decade of information decades of informationEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 6
  • 7. … the awareness 1. The modernisation and maintenance of the railway network is a very long process - of decades - that generates a lot of related information during it’s life cycle; 2. All this valuable and different information is processed and produced during many years by generations of people across multiple organisations; 3. Information is not knowledge; 4. Both are indispensable and important assets, mainly for the infrastructure managers. The conclusion Using a Corporate Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) to integrate information is a key strategic option.Esri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 7
  • 8. Agenda 1. FERBRITAS, S.A. 2. The FBSIC Project 3. Presentation of the FBSIC Web Application 4. ConclusionsEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 8
  • 9. Why a Cadastre Information System?Esri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 9
  • 10. Cadastre and provision of land for construction Feasibility Studies Preliminary Studies Physical Demarcation of Environmental Land Studies Construction management and As-Built Environmental supervision Drawings Statement Detailed Design Publication of the Development DUP (Portuguese Sites are Available Expropriation Official Journal) Process Environmental Licensing ProcessEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 10
  • 11. FBSIC - Framework • More then 20 years of experience on the field, working on cadastre and expropriations -> update business processes and implementation of business process management (BPM); • Corporate SDI is a key strategic option; • Strong core competences in GIS; • Development cycle: - Concept definition, requirements and design; - Prototyping; - Solution development: specifications, implementation, testing and deployment. FBSIC serves stakeholders and users, private or public, concerning permanent updated control on property management.Esri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 11
  • 12. FBSIC - General Objectives • View, query, edit and print land parcel information (geographic, alphanumeric and documental) • Quality control of cadastre and real estate • Traceability of processes • Creation of official documents • Final approval by the client • Scalable solution • Supported by standards of information technology, communication, and interoperability • Long-term sustainabilityEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 12
  • 13. 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 managementEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 13
  • 14. FBSIC – 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 propertyEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 14
  • 15. FBSIC - Conceptual ArchitectureEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 15
  • 16. FBSIC – Modules Overall View Data Migration Module Information Processing Module Field Module Approval ModuleEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 16
  • 17. Agenda 1. FERBRITAS, S.A. 2. The FBSIC Project 3. Presentation of the FBSIC Web Application 4. ConclusionsEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 17
  • 18. FBSIC – Web Application (example: railway)Esri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 18
  • 19. Agenda 1. FERBRITAS, S.A. 2. The FBSIC Project 3. Presentation of the FBSIC Web Application 4. ConclusionsEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 19
  • 20. FBSIC – Accuracy and Efficiency Data 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; • Designed to integrate with other systems. Data Usability: • Geographical, alphanumeric and documental display; • Generation of official documents; • Efficiency indicators of operational processes.Esri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 20
  • 21. FBSIC – Final Notes 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 technological platforms; • to increase accuracy and productivity of business processes related with property management.Esri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 21
  • 22. Thanks to • ESRI Portugal team • Prof. Marco Paínho - Universidade Nova de Lisboa • FERBRITAS team - Expropriations, Cartography, Topography, GIS and Information TechnologiesEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 22
  • 23. Thank you for your time and interest! Obrigado! Ferbritas, S.A. Luis Mata Fernando Gil CEO GIO – Head of GIS Rua José da Costa Pedreira, 11 1750-130 Lisboa, Portugal mata@ferbritas.pt fgil@ferbritas.pt Tel: +351 217 511 700 Fax: +351 210 118 080 New Web: www.ferbritas.pt logoEsri IUC July 11-15, 2011 San Diego, CA 23