2013 Mission First Track, Navy GeoReadiness: Return on Location by Ed Riegelmann
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The GeoReadiness program, led by HQ NAVFAC, and sponsored by OPNAV N46 via Commander Navy Installations Command (CNIC) was established to provide, build, sustain, and advance Navy capabilities to ...

The GeoReadiness program, led by HQ NAVFAC, and sponsored by OPNAV N46 via Commander Navy Installations Command (CNIC) was established to provide, build, sustain, and advance Navy capabilities to support its shore installation management mission. GeoReadiness combines GIS with business data, providing a powerful media for visualizing problems. Spatial business intelligence is generated when existing enterprise business systems are geographically enabled. The resulting spatial BI enhances decision-making to quickly and more accurately respond to and resolve problems, thus improving shore installation management efficiency and effectiveness. In this presentation, we will provide real world examples of how GeoReadiness is improving Navy business activities, and discuss the pioneering methods used to market geospatial capabilities, discover new use cases, and measure the Return on Location (ROL) value of geospatial capabilities in every day work. We will also present future use cases of how geospatial technologies can reap additional value from traditional business processes as visualizing location invents new methods of knowledge discovery and exploitation for decision support.

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2013 Mission First Track, Navy GeoReadiness: Return on Location by Ed Riegelmann Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Navy GeoReadiness: Return on Location Ed Riegelmann, Chief Geospatial Officer Critigen © 2013 Critigen
  • 2. Agenda • Background • GeoReadiness Return on Location Today – Use Cases • GeoReadiness Return on Location Tomorrow – Use Cases • Next Steps © 2013 Critigen
  • 3. United States Navy GeoReadiness BACKGROUND © 2013 Critigen
  • 4. Navy GeoReadiness Program Background • To address the geospatial needs of the Navy shore installation management community, the Navy created the GeoReadiness program. • The program, led by HQ NAVFAC was established to maximize the use of maps, aerial imagery and other geospatial data and technologies to provide situational awareness and improve time to decision on the impact of shore installation activities, incidents and investments. © 2013 Critigen
  • 5. Navy’s Shore Installation Enterprise Vital Statistics • 70 Installations: 32,000 Buildings, 130 Airfields, 244 Piers, on 2.1 million acres • 525 Million square feet of functional space • 570,000 active duty, reserve and civilian Navy personnel, contractors and various tenants who work and live on Navy installations © 2013 Critigen
  • 6. GeoReadiness Concept: Franchise Model Locally Operated Regional Centers © 2013 Critigen Corporately Connected
  • 7. GeoReadiness Enterprise Architecture DATA AND PORTAL HOSTING Producers/Data Generators GRC AM EV Consumer Requirements BL/PL (Mission Support) GRC (Products & Services) CNIC (Infrastructure/Energy) FLEET (Planning/Analysis) PW CI “Publish web services” © 2013 Critigen OPNAV (Data Calls) OSD (DSL/Data Calls) “Consume web services”
  • 8. GeoReadiness Supports Navy Business Multiple Missions with a Common Shared Information Infrastructure Facilities Management Emergency Planning & Response Range Management Public Works Cloud Integration with DOD Enterprise Systems GeoReadiness Data Repository Energy Management Environmental Management Force Protection and Security Business functions consume or reference authoritative geospatial data, improving operational readiness © 2013 Critigen
  • 9. GeoReadiness Return on Location What is it? • • Measuring the value of geo-enabling Navy business processes PEOPLE EDUCATION Return on Investment (ROI) in terms of: - - Quantities: - people, technology, data, time, process, efficiency Qualities: - priority, risk, policy, effectiveness COMMUNICATION PROCESS DATA PROGRAM TECHNOLOGY POLICY FUNDING © 2013 Critigen
  • 10. GeoReadiness Return on Location Spectrum of Benefits RAISING AWARENESS LOWERING COSTS INCREASING SATISFACTION IMPROVING QUALITY IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY INCREASING CAPACITY INCREASING EFFICIENCY DECREASING RISK © 2013 Critigen
  • 11. GeoReadiness Return on Location Raising Awareness • Proven track record of attracting customers and projects for Data Acquisition, Energy Initiatives, Tool Development and Master Planning • New customers with demand are emerging – Port Ops, Air Ops, NERMS, Encroachment, Munitions Safety, EV, PW, Fleet Increasing Satisfaction • Wider and faster access to authoritative data and analysis tools for all. © 2013 Critigen
  • 12. GeoReadiness Return on Location Improving Quality • Data standardization allows disparate data to be rolled up and analyzed for decisions Increasing Efficiency • Users can quickly find and incorporate information into products on their own Decreasing Risk • Data is centrally backed up and maintained by NITC in accordance with IA requirements © 2013 Critigen
  • 13. GeoReadiness Return on Location Increasing Capacity • One authoritative geospatial dataset used many times reduces information discovery time and makes business processes and linkages more efficient and repeatable, freeing staff to work on other initiatives © 2013 Critigen
  • 14. GeoReadiness Return on Location Improving Productivity • One stop shop for authoritative geospatial data and links to business systems. • Geo-enabled business systems easily accessible from anyone’s desktop through GRX Lowering Costs • Central governance, enterprise licenses, data, standardization, and a central hosting center drive consistency across the enterprise, reducing redundancy and lowering costs © 2013 Critigen
  • 15. GeoReadiness Return on Location Today USE CASES © 2013 Critigen
  • 16. GeoReadiness ROL – Today iNFADS and GIS Integration – Construction Battalion Center Gulfport • iNFADS and GIS integration maps are basic field maps that provide assistance to the iNFADS team to help them assign base location grid numbers to surveyed assets. • Value - Helps Real Property Accountability Officers locate, inventory and validate Navy land and infrastructure assets, plan for property disposals and acquisitions, manage leases and outgrants, and identify potential encroachment issues on Navy lands - Navy leaders can find global efficiencies and reduce total cost of ownership through an optimal shore footprint that is right-sized to support current and future warfighter needs using existing asset resources © 2013 Critigen
  • 17. GeoReadiness ROL – Today Restricted Airspace Visualization – NWSTF Boardman • 3D visualizations provide a more detailed and realistic view of the airspace above Navy ranges. Video fly-through scenarios display the aviator’s perspective along with designated training routes, and approach and departure corridors. • Value - Virtual training and orientation prior to exercises and air operations. - Improved air operations planning, range management, and airfield operations - Cost savings on fuel and aircraft maintenance © 2013 Critigen
  • 18. GeoReadiness ROL – Today Dynamic Master Plan – Naval Station Great Lakes • Digital master plan maps enable installation commanders and planners to view future installation designs, including restoration, modernization and sustainment projects. All of these activities are dynamically updated by base planners so the plan map is always current. • Value - Increased stakeholder coordination - Improved situational awareness and base planning - Cost avoidance due to improved basing decisions © 2013 Critigen
  • 19. GeoReadiness ROL – Today Wind Turbine Encroachment – Navy Region Southeast • Wind Turbine Encroachment and Radar Site maps provide information on the potential negative impacts of wind turbine farms on Navy facilities and air operations. • Value - Early notice and compatible siting coordination between installations and commercial turbine proponents - Improved support for Navy training operations, flight safety, and protection of Navy assets - Cost savings due to improved turbine siting decisions © 2013 Critigen
  • 20. GeoReadiness ROL – Today Fire Map Books – Naval Station Norfolk • Fire Map Books provide critical information to fire crews in their mobile units. GeoReadiness staff update the maps quarterly to ensure that the station has current information on roads, buildings, and other base infrastructure • Value - Improved fire response time - Protection of human lives - Safeguarding Navy lands and infrastructure assets © 2013 Critigen
  • 21. GeoReadiness ROL – Today Tower Visibility Analysis – NAS Patuxent River • Visibility analysis helped Navy leaders determine the appropriate site and height of a proposed control tower, by analyzing which portions of a helicopter training area would be visible from the tower elevation • Value - Improved effectiveness of flight operations and flight safety - Cost savings from a decrease in construction change orders. © 2013 Critigen
  • 22. GeoReadiness ROL – Today Energy Usage Map – NAS Fallon • Energy usage maps display annual energy consumption per building • Value - Provides a quick and simple snapshot of facilities energy use to the installation commander, and other stakeholders - Helps managers improve building energy efficiency - Assists in the planning and managing of facility upgrades - Improved site scheduling and construction management of power and HVAC system improvements projects © 2013 Critigen
  • 23. GeoReadiness Return on Location Tomorrow USE CASES © 2013 Critigen
  • 24. GeoReadiness ROL - Tomorrow 3D Dredging Analysis for Port Operations © 2013 Critigen © 2013 Critigen
  • 25. GeoReadiness ROL - Tomorrow Wind Energy Production Analysis for Energy Management Wind Speed in Miles per Hour 0 © 2013 Critigen © 2013 Critigen 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
  • 26. GeoReadiness ROL - Tomorrow Ground Based LiDAR Analysis of Historic Structures © 2013 Critigen © 2013 Critigen
  • 27. GeoReadiness ROL - Tomorrow Solar PV, Hot Water and Cool Roof Analysis for Energy Management © 2013 Critigen © 2013 Critigen
  • 28. GeoReadiness ROL - Tomorrow Embodied Carbon Production for Facilities Energy Management © 2013 Critigen
  • 29. GeoReadiness ROL - Tomorrow Thermal Analysis of Pipeline Energy Loss for Utilities Management © 2013 Critigen
  • 30. GeoReadiness ROL - Tomorrow Thermal Analysis of Pipeline Energy Loss for Utilities Management Steam Line (underground) Steam Line (aboveground) © 2013 Critigen
  • 31. GeoReadiness ROL - Tomorrow Thermal Analysis of Pipeline Energy Loss for Utilities Management Steam Line (underground) Steam Line (aboveground) © 2013 Critigen
  • 32. GeoReadiness ROL - Tomorrow Rooftop Moisture and Energy Loss Analysis for Facilities Management Color Imagery © 2013 Critigen Thermal Imagery GIS Layer
  • 33. GeoReadiness NEXT STEPS © 2013 Critigen
  • 34. Communicating the Value © 2013 Critigen
  • 35. Shifting the Navy GIS User Paradigm • Community - of Interest (COI) a group of people connected by a common interest in a specific subject or endeavor. The level of interest may range from passing to intense, and over time develop into expertise on a subject. – Office of the Chief Engineer Naval Facilities Engineering Command © 2013 Critigen
  • 36. GeoReadiness User Community Outreach • Leveraging COIs - COIs include subject matter experts - COIs include business databases/systems of record (DOR/SOR) - COIs include business system stewards - COIs are expanding their missions to include the exploitation of geospatial data © 2013 Critigen © 2013 Critigen
  • 37. COIs Managing Their Own Geospatial Data ASSET MANAGEMENT FEATURES PUBLIC WORKS FEATURES RANGE/AIRFIELD OPERATIONS FEATURES PORT OPERATIONS FEATURES ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES Navy Geospatial Enterprise CONTINGENCY ENGINEERING FEATURES COI Owned and Managed GIS Features © 2013 Critigen EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FEATURES CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FEATURES
  • 38. Geo-Connections to More Business Systems GRX CUBIC MAXIMO iNFADS EIMS MCAT Navy Business Systems CIRCUITS ASSET MANAGEMENT FEATURES PUBLIC WORKS FEATURES RANGE/AIRFIELD OPERATIONS FEATURES PORT OPERATIONS FEATURES NIRIS ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES Navy Geospatial Enterprise EMSWeb EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FEATURES SPIDERS CONTINGENCY ENGINEERING FEATURES CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FEATURES CAD FRES MCAS eProjects © 2013 Critigen
  • 39. USE CASE COMPONENTS BUSINESS FUNCTIONS ORGANIZATIONS New Use Cases for Geo-enablement © 2013 Critigen
  • 40. ROL Measuring Challenges Prioritize and Baseline • Prioritize and sequence GIS activities - • Large projects to small work processes Implementation and sustainment Baseline cost - Accommodate anything from ROM estimates to known/measured value • Articulate “value” in an easy-to-understand model • Blend and balance quantitative and qualitative factors © 2013 Critigen
  • 41. ROL Measuring Methods Capture and Track by Task • The ROL Tool provides: - Quantitative (financial) analysis Qualitative (strategic impact, risk) value • It blends quantitative and qualitative factors into a single “benefit factor summary” • It’s simple to use, with visual outputs Cost Factors Implementation Task A.yy A.xx S.yy DD.yy DD.xx Investment Cost ($K) $ (125) $ (150) $ (75) $ (250) $ (400) © 2013 Critigen Investment Cost Range (+/- $K) 25 50 10 50 200 Financial Benefit Annual Return 5 Year Assumption Net Present (%) Value ($K) 50% $ 115,000 100% $ 416,000 0% $ (69,000) 25% $ 25% $ (1,000) Benefit Factors NPV / Cost/ Cost Benefit Ratio Ratio 2.77 0.00 0.92 0.00 -0.93 Degree of Strategic Need Value 3 1 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 2 Degree of Risk 0 -1 -1 1 0 Benefit Factor Summary Recommendation 6.77 6.00 4.92 3.00 2.07
  • 42. ROL Measuring Methods Capturing and Tracking Quantitative Costs • Cost (estimated or actual) • Annual Return Assumptions (percentage): - • Cost savings Cost avoidance New revenue opportunities NPV/Cost Ratio normalizes the financial benefit Cost Factors Implementation Task A.yy A.xx S.yy DD.yy DD.xx Investment Cost ($K) $ (125) $ (150) $ (75) $ (250) $ (400) © 2013 Critigen Investment Cost Range (+/- $K) 25 50 10 50 200 Financial Benefit Annual Return 5 Year Assumption Net Present (%) Value ($K) 50% $ 115,000 100% $ 416,000 0% $ (69,000) 25% $ 25% $ (1,000) Benefit Factors NPV / Cost/ Cost Benefit Ratio Ratio 2.77 0.00 0.92 0.00 -0.93 Degree of Strategic Need Value 3 1 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 2 Degree of Risk 0 -1 -1 1 0 Benefit Factor Summary Recommendation 6.77 6.00 4.92 3.00 2.07
  • 43. ROL Measuring Methods Capturing and Tracking Qualitative Costs • Degree of Need – Breadth of applicability • Strategic Value – Depth of impact • Degree of Risk – Development, adoption, and sustainment risk • Benefit Factor Summary blends quantitative and qualitative factors into a single score Cost Factors Implementation Task A.yy A.xx S.yy DD.yy DD.xx Investment Cost ($K) $ (125) $ (150) $ (75) $ (250) $ (400) © 2013 Critigen Investment Cost Range (+/- $K) 25 50 10 50 200 Financial Benefit Annual Return 5 Year Assumption Net Present (%) Value ($K) 50% $ 115,000 100% $ 416,000 0% $ (69,000) 25% $ 25% $ (1,000) Benefit Factors NPV / Cost/ Cost Benefit Ratio Ratio 2.77 0.00 0.92 0.00 -0.93 Degree of Strategic Need Value 3 1 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 2 Degree of Risk 0 -1 -1 1 0 Benefit Factor Summary Recommendation 6.77 6.00 4.92 3.00 2.07
  • 44. ROL Measuring Methods Visualizing Value High Cost + High Benefit = High ROI w/High Investment High Cost + Low Benefit = Low ROI with High Investment Low Cost + Low Benefit = Low ROI with Low Investment © 2013 Critigen Low Cost + High Benefit = High ROI with Low Investment
  • 45. Summary One Navy Geospatial Enterprise System • When GIS use spans across Navy region boundaries and business lines it helps users discover common business objectives, and eliminate duplicate efforts • Leveraging common geospatial data standards and metadata across the Navy enterprise enables interoperability, and promotes efficiencies © 2013 Critigen
  • 46. Summary Transforming COI Capabilities Through Geo-Enablement • Location data transforms Navy business processes by inventing new capabilities, increasing efficiencies, and creating smarter processes • Tying the same geospatial information to many Navy business processes multiplies the value of location with no new data creation, and no new systems required © 2013 Critigen
  • 47. Questions? Thank You Ed Riegelmann ed.riegelmann@critigen.com +1 (719) 337-2472 © 2013 Critigen