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GI2013-GI/GIS/GDI-Interoperability-Forum, Dresden: 29./30.04.2013

GI2013-GI/GIS/GDI-Interoperability-Forum, Dresden: 29./30.04.2013

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  • 1. Monitoring Landuse Planning in WrocławRegion with ComunnityViz PSS29.04.2013 DresdenPawel Decewicz, Centrum Gospodarki Przestrzennej, decev@geoportal.pl
  • 2. Participative PlanningSupport Systemm
  • 3. ArcMap and Scenario360 Interface
  • 4. Dynamic, interactive with real-time analysis capabilitiesData stored inside Personal Geodatabase use Dynamic FormulasMultiple maps (scenarios) managed within a single document.Desktop GIS, spreadsheet and presentation tool in oneSet of Decision Tools ready to model base (eg. MCE, Build-out)Operates as two extensions toSiteBuilder 3DSet up and performinteractive analysisCreate and view 3D scenesCommunity Vizparticipatory decision support tool for planners
  • 5. Community Vizparticipatory decision support tool for plannerssupports all decision phasescan support both individual or group decision processmanipulates both spatial and non-spatial datacan be rapdily adopted (just-in-time) to different situationsallows for learning and teachingcan operate on different levels of abstractionsupports defining, evaluating, and tracking the performanceof many alternativesevaluates impacts of alternattives with user-definedassumptions, indicators and bar charts in real-timeuser can readily define or modify assumptions, indicators andcustomizable bar charts white runing analysys in real-time
  • 6. Decision components of Scenario 360Data are inputs that consist of map layersand tables.Assumptions are user-defined variableinputsAn analysis can contain one or morealternative Scenarios, alternative viewpointsof an analysis. Each scenario hass distinctinput settings and outputs, but identicalcalculation rules.Dynamic Attributes are based on formula,automatically updated as any changes aremade in the analysis.
  • 7. Decision components of Scenario 360Indicators the objectives or desired outcomes(impacts) that prompt the need for a decision.They are calculated referening data setsanywhere in the scenario. Used to provide anoverall measurement for a scenario (asopposed to an attribute, which is an individualcharacteristic of a map feature).Alerts Constraints: requirements which allviable alternatives must satisfy without failCharts a graphical way of looking atindicators or assumptions.Reports HTML summary the inputs,calculations, and outputs of scenarios.
  • 8. Community VizInteractive Spatial SpreadsheetScenario 360 handles spatial data the same way a spreadsheet MicrosoftExcel® handles numerical data, so it can be called a “spatialspreadsheet”Object attributes can be specified by formulasAttributes can therefore be recalculated (react) in response to changes in themap or manipulation of external assumptionsPRZYKŁAD:WATER USE = SPACE * CAPITA PER SQ METER * LITERS PER CAPITAX= X
  • 9. Community VizInteractive Spatial SpreadsheetWriting formulas requires no programming. Simplyanswer the step-by-step questions in the FormulaWizard, or, for more advanced users, customize yourmodels with the powerful Formula Editor and any ofmore than 60 functions.
  • 10. Community VizInteractive Spatial SpreadsheetFormulas can be based on complex logical expresions (if then else), trygonometricfunctions, spatial operators, etc.
  • 11. Shaping system of monitoring of underground waterMulticriteria Evaluation
  • 12. Looking for the better location on base of many criteria
  • 13. Scenarios of location potential
  • 14. Scenarios of location potential
  • 15. Scenario Landuse Planning - City of Bytom, Upper Silesia
  • 16. Scenario Landuse Planning – Lomianki, Warsaw Suburb
  • 17. Case of Landuse Planning for Wroclaw Region 2012
  • 18. Case of Landuse PlanningPlannners are planing very little, they rather prepareadministrative documents for local communities, citiesThe life-cycle of plans is shorter than its preparation timeThe life-cycle of plans is shorter than its preparation timePlans are trials and errors or records of taken activityPlans are trials and errors or records of taken activityThey become problems very soon after its acceptance,They become problems very soon after its acceptance,blocking further landuse developmentblocking further landuse development…… space is full of actors, discontinous, complex or chaoticspace is full of actors, discontinous, complex or chaoticDue to uncertainity, plans are little formalized, flexible,Due to uncertainity, plans are little formalized, flexible,internally incoherent (are also a part ofinternally incoherent (are also a part of GI InfrastructureGI Infrastructure))space cant be planned and understood in advancespace cant be planned and understood in advance…… but can be understood retrospectivelybut can be understood retrospectively
  • 19. So How to Plan?with GIS and PGISPlannners can inform citiziens, decision-makers aboutvarious impact of plans – make good (usefull) analysys,impact of plans can be hidden, serious, invisible anddistant in space and timePlannners can engage citizens and help them tounderstand (simplicity) how they can bring benefit tocommunityPlanners should preserve continuity of planning, whenforecasting is very difficult, plans become self-updating,self monitoring dynamic what if scenariosPlanners should care about a big picture, coordinationand integration of different levels, taking into accountlocal context and values
  • 20. Landuse in Wroclaw Region 2012
  • 21. 11 Different Landuse Plans for Communes of Regionwith different levels of abstraction and different meaning of data
  • 22. MAPS, INDICATORS, CHARTSWITH GIS WE CONVERT DATA TO INFORMATIONData and information is not the sameeCONTENT in eCONTEXTINFORMATIONASSUMPTIONSKNOWLEGDEZabudowaRekreacjaZakładyprodukcyjneTransport Mieszkańcy $FinanseCONTEXTDATA
  • 23. XML Model Template for Landuse Plans of Wrocław Region
  • 24. Common Model for Landuse Plans of Wrocław RegionMaking data dynamic
  • 25. Interpretation of Landuse Plans for Wrocław Region
  • 26. Alternative Scenarios oflanduse plansFor Wroclaw Region
  • 27. Community Vizparticipatory decision support tool for plannersis adding value on existing spatial data infrastructurerepresents or activates planning knowlegde that transforms datainto information needed in decision processhelps to optimize and supports multicriteria choice, but can helpconvince, motivate and inspire participants of decision process“sharpens ones mind” - not only software but a culture of workSiteBuilder 3DSet up and performinteractive analysisCreate and view 3D scenes
  • 28. KONIECTHE ENDmore about CommunityViz atwww.communityviz.comwww.placeways.comwww.geoportal.plPawel Decewicz, Centrum Gospodarki Przestrzennejdecev@geoportal.pl