FME Overview Workshop_Tony Kent & Ciaran Kirk - AGI Belfast 2013

361 views
295 views

Published on

Common Uses:
CAD <-> GIS
Format and Data Model Conversion
Data Migration
Data Reprojection
Data Homogenization and Integration
Quality Assurance, Validation, and Cleaning
Data Mining 
Extract, Transform and Load

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
361
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • The power of the FME platform has made it the dominant technology for spatial data transformation. Today FME isused in the spatial applications of leading vendors and by tens of thousands of customers worldwide across many industries in 116 countries. For example, FME is the technology behind esri’s ArcGIS data interoperability extension. It also powers the format reading and writing in Pitney Bowes MapInfo Professional.
  • FME is available in a desktop and server solution. (Very fast slide).
  • Data model problem = schema mapperFormats: ArcGIS &amp; XMLData Models: Electric Office &amp; IEC61970There are BIG differences in these data representations
  • FME Desktop is designed to help people access spatial data in the precise way they need it. It cuts through repetitive, time-consuming conversion processes and really complex data issues to let users get right at their data.
  • ATTRIBUTEAdd, remove, or rename attributes Edit attribute data types Merge and/or divide different data layers/classes Join database attributes to feature geometryGEOMETRICAdd notes?RASTERExamples – Mosaics, Raster and Point Cloud merging
  • DATA MODELThe key to all data translations is in the data transformation. Schema is front and centre and the schema varies depending on how the data is being presented – GIS vs. CAD, or perhaps who owns the data, production database vs. public database. Often there are different GIS applications for managing facilities and landbase and the data is exchanged on a regular basis. Not every detail of the facilities data model needs to be exported to the landbase application. Or you may need to export the data to an EMS or DMS. In the case of Smallworld we often have to transform to or from the complex multiple geometries.Moving data out of a legacy system can also require detailed data restructuringCOORDINATE SYSTEMFirst problem people that are moving data hit that’s universalWW coverage for coordinate systemsUse visualizers to show differences in coordinate systems (vector, raster, 3D)
  • FME® Server is a scalable data transformation platform that enables spatial data managers to quickly meet diverse data access requirements. The platform offers flexible spatial data services that can help you validate, load and share large volumes of data so people can access it - where, when and how they need to. - scalable data loading and conversion - flexible spatial data sharing
  • FME Overview Workshop_Tony Kent & Ciaran Kirk - AGI Belfast 2013

    1. 1. AGI 2013 FME Overview Workshop
    2. 2. A long time ago on a distant planet called Earth…
    3. 3. FME Technology Capabilities The only complete spatial data transformation solution Translate spatial data from one format to another 300+ supported formats in FME 2013 Transform spatial data into the precise data model you need 400+ data transformation tools
    4. 4. Common Uses CAD <-> GIS Format and Data Model Conversion Data Migration Data Reprojection Data Homogenization and Integration Quality Assurance, Validation, and Cleaning Data Mining Extract, Transform and Load
    5. 5. Who we work with…
    6. 6. FME Capabilities  The only complete spatial ETL solution  Translate spatial data from one format to another  Transform spatial data into the precise data model you need  Integrate different data types into a single data model  Distribute spatial data to users where, when and how they need it 6
    7. 7. FME Product Line
    8. 8. It is all about transformation  the format problem AND  the data model problem
    9. 9. FME Workbench A simple graphical authoring environment Create repeatable workflows – FME Workspaces
    10. 10. Types of Transformations Attribute Transformations Geometric Transformations Raster & Point Cloud Transformations
    11. 11. Types of Transformations Data Model Transformations Coordinate System Transformations 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 55 5 5 5 5 55 5 5 5  5 5 5 5   55 5  5 5 555 5 5 55 5   55 5 55 5 5  5 55 55 5 5 5 55 5 5 55 5 55  5  5 5 5 5  5  55 55   5 5  5 5  555 5 55 5 5  5 5 5 5 55 5 5 5 55  5 5 55 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5  5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5  5 5 5  5 5  5 5  5   55  55 55 5   5 5 55 5 5 5  5 5 5 5 5 5 55 5 55  5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
    12. 12. FME Workbench Workspace Graphical authoring environment
    13. 13. What is FME Server? Share the power of FME across the enterprise.  Use the same FME Engine that powers FME Desktop  Transform & Share spatial data via web services
    14. 14. Overview of FME Server FME Desktop Author and run spatial data transformation tasks FME Server Run and share spatial data transformation capabilities
    15. 15. Workshop Schedule Introduction – Simple Workspace User Parameters and Data Download Cartography Geometry Validation and Data Upload 3D in FME Raster processing
    16. 16. Demo 1 – Simple Workspace Extract, Transform, Load Transform from MapInfo to KML format Reproject from ITM to Spherical Mercator
    17. 17. Demo 2 – Data Download Read multiple datasets Clip data to an area Select format, coordinate system etc Disseminate the data
    18. 18. Demo 3 - Cartography Read multiple datasets Clip data to an area Output as a pdf cartographic map
    19. 19. Demo 4 Geometry Validation and Data Upload Read multiple datasets in any format Validate the Geometry is Ok Upload valid data to a database Send email if the data is not valid
    20. 20. Demo 5 – 3D Globe FME doesn’t just handle 2D data! Produce a 3D globe from a 2D world map
    21. 21. Demo 6 – Raster data FME seamlessly handles Raster data Combine 2 Raster datasets – DEM and PNG image

    ×