GIS 3D Analysis in the Web
A case study in organization wide access to advanced analytical
tools for broadband design
Prep...
Agenda
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Background / Who, What, Why
Case Study Demo
Technology
Alternatives
Conclusion
Q&A
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Background

© 2013 Astadia.
Who, what, why
3D GIS Analysis on the web…
• DigitalGlobe & Commonwealth of Virginia
• Web Application for 3D Analysis
• B...
Who: DigitalGlobe
& VA.gov

• Promoting DG elevation data products
• 2-8 M Resolution
• Web service integration
• Identify...
Demonstration

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© 2013 Astadia.
Demonstration
Classic 2D surface model
Comparison analysis
Viewshed Analysis
3D Viewshed
Technology

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© 2013 Astadia.
Esri – Core Spatial Technology
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ArcGIS API for Silverlight
ArcGIS ArcSDE
ArcGIS Server
ArcMap
Microsoft – Core Development
 Microsoft Silverlight
 Microsoft Visual Studio
 Microsoft C#
Balder – 3D Engine for Silverlight
 3D Modeling
 3D Surface
Amazon Web Services
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Infrastructure
Data Storage
High Capacity
High Efficiency
Secure
Alternatives

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Cloud!
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Scalable
Dynamic
High Capacity
Fast

 Did I mention Fast?
 New Browser Technology
 Standard Future
 Mobile

 Cloudmach
 WebGL
 three.js
Conclusion

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© 2013 Astadia.
Why Does this Matter to you?
 Accessibility – Who needs the result?
 Usability – If elevation matters you should
see it....
Thank You!
Cherie Jarvis
Astadia
Cherie.Jarvis@Astadia.com

Brady Hustad
Astadia
Brady.Hustad@Astadia.com
2013 Enterprise Track, 3D Spatial Analysis in the Web by Brady Hustad and Cherie Jarvis
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“A Case Study in organization wide access to advanced analytical tools for broadband design”

Technology is moving quickly to allow new methods and improved access to analyses that used to be only accessible by a few people with specialty software, hardware and skills sets. This presentation will show a case study on how advanced 3D analysis of view-shed, least cost path analysis and elevation data is able to be brought to anyone in your organization or your clients using Esri, Microsoft and Cloud technologies. This presentation will step through the solution as it was implemented for various organizations, then delve into the technology that makes this analysis a reality. Finally, we will review current 3D and web technologies and how they might help you and your organization.

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2013 Enterprise Track, 3D Spatial Analysis in the Web by Brady Hustad and Cherie Jarvis

  1. 1. GIS 3D Analysis in the Web A case study in organization wide access to advanced analytical tools for broadband design Prepared by Astadia October 10, 2013
  2. 2. Agenda       Background / Who, What, Why Case Study Demo Technology Alternatives Conclusion Q&A
  3. 3. 1 3 Background © 2013 Astadia.
  4. 4. Who, what, why 3D GIS Analysis on the web… • DigitalGlobe & Commonwealth of Virginia • Web Application for 3D Analysis • Breaking the GIS technology barrier
  5. 5. Who: DigitalGlobe & VA.gov • Promoting DG elevation data products • 2-8 M Resolution • Web service integration • Identifying Broadband Access Gaps
  6. 6. Demonstration 6 © 2013 Astadia.
  7. 7. Demonstration
  8. 8. Classic 2D surface model
  9. 9. Comparison analysis
  10. 10. Viewshed Analysis
  11. 11. 3D Viewshed
  12. 12. Technology 12 © 2013 Astadia.
  13. 13. Esri – Core Spatial Technology     ArcGIS API for Silverlight ArcGIS ArcSDE ArcGIS Server ArcMap
  14. 14. Microsoft – Core Development  Microsoft Silverlight  Microsoft Visual Studio  Microsoft C#
  15. 15. Balder – 3D Engine for Silverlight  3D Modeling  3D Surface
  16. 16. Amazon Web Services      Infrastructure Data Storage High Capacity High Efficiency Secure
  17. 17. Alternatives 17 © 2013 Astadia.
  18. 18. Cloud!     Scalable Dynamic High Capacity Fast  Did I mention Fast?
  19. 19.  New Browser Technology  Standard Future  Mobile  Cloudmach  WebGL  three.js
  20. 20. Conclusion 20 © 2013 Astadia.
  21. 21. Why Does this Matter to you?  Accessibility – Who needs the result?  Usability – If elevation matters you should see it.  Affordability – APIs that were accessible and free Complex made Simple
  22. 22. Thank You! Cherie Jarvis Astadia Cherie.Jarvis@Astadia.com Brady Hustad Astadia Brady.Hustad@Astadia.com

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