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  • Hurricanes Katrina and Rita response to support USACE, FEMA, NGA, USGS, State of LA, EPA…
  • We are able to simultaneously collect LiDAR and imagery using or Optech Gemini LiDAR system, co mounted with a Rollei Mid-format camera.
  • GIS Support to the First Responder

    1. 1. The Kansas Eisenhower Center <br />and the <br />Data Access and Support Center<br />GIS Support to the First Responder<br />October 6, 2009<br />Jay Arnold, Northrop Grumman<br />Ivan Weichert, State of Kansas<br />
    2. 2. The Eisenhower Center<br />The Eisenhower Center<br />Nichols Readiness Bldg.<br />Topeka, Kansas<br />2<br />
    3. 3. The Eisenhower Center<br />The Eisenhower Center<br /><ul><li>Emergency Ops Center
    4. 4. HQ, KS National Guard
    5. 5. KDEM</li></ul>3<br />
    6. 6. Eisenhower Centerfor Homeland Security Studies<br />A public/private consortium of governmental, private sector and educational entities, dedicated to multi-agency multi-discipline homeland security education, technologies evaluation, scenario simulation and best practices.<br />
    7. 7. Client<br />Then-Governor Kathleen Sebelius – Adjutant General Tod Bunting – Then-Congresswoman Nancy Boyda<br />5<br />
    8. 8. Eisenhower Centerfor Homeland Security Studies<br />What is Homeland Security (HLS)?<br />Preparing for and dealing with the entire spectrum of threats to the people of Kansas and the United States.<br />GIS can help the first responder!<br />
    9. 9. First Responder Communities<br /><ul><li>Traditional First Responders
    10. 10. National Guard
    11. 11. Law Enforcement
    12. 12. Fire
    13. 13. Hazardous Materials
    14. 14. DOD Assets
    15. 15. Federal Assets
    16. 16. Non-Traditional
    17. 17. Government
    18. 18. Leadership
    19. 19. Public Affairs
    20. 20. Public Works
    21. 21. Transportation
    22. 22. etc
    23. 23. Non-Governmental Organizations
    24. 24. Community, State, Regional, Federal Agencies
    25. 25. Private Institutions
    26. 26. Universities
    27. 27. Tribal Indian Nations</li></ul>7<br />
    28. 28. Greensburg Tornado4 May 2007<br /><ul><li>EF-5 Tornado
    29. 29. 1 ½ to 2 miles wide
    30. 30. Winds up to 205 MPH
    31. 31. Direct hit on Greensburg, KS
    32. 32. 95% of town destroyed
    33. 33. 13 Fatalities
    34. 34. Hit at 10:00 PM</li></li></ul><li>Greensburg Tornado4 May 2007<br />04 May 2007: Greensburg, KS<br />
    35. 35. Greensburg Tornado4 May 2007<br />
    36. 36. Greensburg Tornado4 May 2007<br />
    37. 37. Topeka Flooding<br /> July 2007<br />04 May 2007: Greensburg, KS<br />
    38. 38. Southeast Kansas FloodingJuly 2007<br />04 May 2007: Greensburg, KS<br />May-June 2007: Southeast, KS<br />
    39. 39. Southeast Kansas FloodingJuly 2007<br />04 May 2007: Greensburg, KS<br />May-June 2007: Southeast, KS<br />
    40. 40. Katrina: Emergency Response<br />.<br />
    41. 41. New Orleans Superdomeafter Katrina<br />GIS has become crucial in large-scale emergency situations for defining flood areas, structural damage, supply distribution points, passable roads, etc.<br />
    42. 42. Little Rock, AR - An example of flooded terrain where the speed of processing time-sensitive data digital information is crucial<br />
    43. 43. Little Rock, AR - Essential emergency evacuation and supply routes defined <br />
    44. 44. 1 m Bare-Earth LiDAR Terrain Model<br />5 m Bare-Earth LiDAR Terrain Model<br />
    45. 45. Vision<br /><ul><li>Public/Private Consortium
    46. 46. One Stop Shop for KS HLS
    47. 47. Independent Entity
    48. 48. Partners:
    49. 49. The Adjutant General’s Department
    50. 50. Kansas Universities
    51. 51. Community Colleges
    52. 52. Emergency Managers
    53. 53. Local, State & Federal Responders
    54. 54. Private Industry
    55. 55. Non-Governmental Organizations
    56. 56. Elected Officials</li></li></ul><li>21<br />Core Missions<br />
    57. 57. Technologies<br />Distance Learning<br />C & A Accredited Communications Network<br />Weather Based Situational Awareness<br />GIS Situational Awareness<br />GIS Data Layers<br />22<br />
    58. 58. State of Kansas <br />Data Access and Support Center (DASC)<br />23<br />
    59. 59. Image Viewer <br />(DRG superimposed on top of DOQQ)<br />A basic data viewer…<br />
    60. 60. Kansas Green Report (KARS)<br />The Kansas Green Report provides images showing current vegetation conditions, greenness maps, and difference maps as compared to the previous week, the previous year, and the average vegetation conditions. <br />Dynamic data – satellite imagery updated weekly…<br />
    61. 61. Water Information Storage and Retrieval Database (WIZARD)<br />Linking from pre-existing databases to the map…<br />
    62. 62. Local Data Backup – November, 2007<br />
    63. 63. Local Data Backup – <br />April, 2008<br />DASC GIS Data Back Up Initiative<br />County Status<br />Data stored at DASC<br />Data to be delivered to DASC<br />
    64. 64. Local Data Backup – August, 2008<br />
    65. 65. Local Data Backup – January, 2009<br />DASC GIS Data Back Up Initiative<br />County Status<br />Data stored at DASC<br />Data to be delivered to DASC<br />
    66. 66. Local Data Backup – <br />March, 2009<br />DASC GIS Data Back Up Initiative<br />County Status<br />Data stored at DASC<br />Data to be delivered to DASC<br />
    67. 67. Local Data Backup – June, 2009<br />
    68. 68. Local Data Backup – September 1, 2009<br />
    69. 69. Kansas GIS Inventory – October 1, 2009<br />
    70. 70. Remote Operations – GISPAO<br />GISPAO response to disaster scenes – 24 hour max<br />GIS PAO support directly to Incident Commander via voice, satellite, internet or cellular connectivity<br />On scene printing of GIS information<br />Reach back to the EC, TAG or Kansas EOC<br />Designed to work independently or in concert with fixed facilities or other mobile command vehicles<br />Supports Experimental Missions<br />UAV<br />Smoky Hill<br />Crisis City<br />The Village<br />Rail Disaster Training<br />35<br />
    71. 71. Mobile GISPAO Command Vehicle<br />36<br />
    72. 72. Remote Operations – GISPAO<br />Interior Side View – Work Stations<br />37<br />
    73. 73. Summary and Future Plans<br />Eisenhower Center is a central focal point for:<br />Technology Insertion and Experimentation<br />Leadership Education<br />DASC provides central data repository and outreach<br />Fusion Center is coming online<br />Mobile command vehicle is coming online<br />Continued partnerships are key<br />GIS Data Layers to Augment the Program<br />Statewide airborne LiDAR (and output products such as flood plains)<br />Statewide airborne imagery (digital orthophotography)<br />Statewide parcel data<br />Statewide transportation network<br />Live weather data<br />Sensitive/hazardous/critical data layers<br />38<br />
    74. 74. Future GIS Tools<br />The imagery and the LiDAR were captured simultaneously.  <br />They can be used independently, together as overlays in a GIS, or fused into a single LAS format dataset where the RGB values from the imagery are pushed onto the LiDAR X,Y,Z values.<br />
    75. 75. Future GIS Tools<br />Supporting customers with advanced <br />technology and services<br />Integrated GIS-GPS systems provide clear advantages while collecting data in potentially hazardous and/or inaccessible areas.<br />
    76. 76. Partners – Eisenhower Center<br />Kansas National Guard<br />State of Kansas IT Services and GIS<br />Kansas Attorney Generals Office<br />US Attorney&apos;s Office - Kansas City<br />FEMA Region 7 Preparedness Office<br />Kansas Bureau of Investigation<br />Kansas Highway Patrol<br />Kansas Division of Emergency Management<br />Kansas Division of Health and Environment<br />Kansas Department of Transportation<br />Kansas Fire Marshal&apos;s Office<br />Kansas Department of Corrections<br />KU Medical<br />K-State/NABC<br />Kansas Animal Health Department<br />Westar Energy<br />Wolf Creek Power Plant<br />Westar Energy<br />Midwest Energy<br />Kansas Rural Electric Cooperative<br />Kansas Emergency Management Association<br />Shawnee County Emergency Management<br />Barton County Community College<br />Hutchison Community College<br />Dodge City Community College<br />Kansas Court Systems<br />Shawnee County Public Works<br />Kansas City Kansas Police Department<br />Wichita Police Department<br />41<br />
    77. 77. Eisenhower CenterCollaboration and Partnership<br />
    78. 78. Contact Information:<br />Ivan Weichert Jay Arnoldivan.weichert@da.ks.gov jay.arnold@ngc.com <br />785-296-0257 985-774-3714<br />43<br />

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