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An introduction to GIS Coordination and partnerships in the State of Ohio.

An introduction to GIS Coordination and partnerships in the State of Ohio.

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  • This is the difference between the DAS Real Estate Owned and Leased databases from DAS and what Local Government has for the State of Ohio. We did the REO in 2004 and the REL in 2005. I used 2005 parcel data from Allen County for the comparison.

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  • David Blackstone, Technical Services Manager Ohio Department of Transportation 1980 West Broad Street Columbus, Ohio 43223 614-466-2594 [email_address] Jeff Smith, Framework Data Manager OGRIP/GIS Support Center Enterprise Shared Services Ohio Office of Information Technology 77 South High Street, Riffe Center 19th Floor Columbus, Ohio 43215 614-466-8862 [email_address] www.ohio.gov/ogrip State of Ohio Partnerships and Initiatives
  • OGRIP COUNCIL REPRESENTATION Academia AGO TOS CAAO CEAO CCAO OARC Utilities ODOD Municipal League (2) ODOT ODNR OEPA ODAS
    • ACTIVITIES SUPPORTED
    • OSDI development supports
      • Economic Development
      • Critical Infrastructure Operations
      • Business Activities
      • Regulatory Compliance
      • Emergency Response
      • Law Enforcement
    OHIO SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE
    • RETURN ON INVESTMENT
    • Coordinated OSDI development
      • Saves Taxpayer Dollars
      • Saves Lives
      • Encourages Investment
      • Stimulates High-Tech Jobs
    • SECTORS SUPPORTED
    • Investment in the OSDI means improved planning and development activities for infrastructure projects for
      • Transportation – Rail, Rivers, Roads
      • Renewable Energy – Wind, Bio-fuels
      • Environment – Assessment, Conservation
      • Health – Tracking, Reporting, Intervention
      • Climate Change – Modelling, Analysis
    • PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS
    • OSDI information provides decision makers with the information and tools necessary to:
      • Make better decisions
      • Improve efficiencies
      • Reduce redundancies
      • Encourage collaboration
      • Improve Communication
    Athens Ohio 2007 OSIP LIDAR ELEVATION IMAGERY OSDI DATA LAYERS LIDAR ELEVATION IMAGERY TRANSPORTATION PARCELS
  • OGRIP COUNTY GIS PROFILE SURVEY
  • OGRIP COUNTY GIS PROFILE SURVEY
  • OGRIP COUNTY GIS PROFILE SURVEY
  • VERTICAL INTEGRATION THE MODEL FOR OHIO SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
    • Mutually beneficial and critical to the success of spatial data development
    • Communication and Cooperation
    • Coordination and Collaboration
    • Vertical Integration of:
      • Data (interoperability)
      • Data Development Funding (drilling spilling down)
      • Sustainable Funding
    Spatial Data Sharing Partnerships
  • LOCATION BASED RESPONSE SYSTEM LBRS Program Sponsor Ohio Department of Transportation LBRS Program Administrators Ohio Office of Information Technology Ohio Geographically Referenced Information Program State of Ohio
  • Why LBRS Unreliable Source Data Positionally In-accurate Not linkable Poorly Maintained Inconsistent
  • Why LBRS Field Verified Positionally Accurate Historically Relevant Locally Maintained Consistent
    • Positionally accurate statewide road centerline data
      • +/- 1 M Horizontal
      • Verified Address ranges
    • Site specific addresses
      • Higher confidence/increase reliability for geocoding
      • Known accuracy & limits of data and use
    • One set of geography –
      • Multiple attributes for different uses at all levels of government
      • Locally maintained – collaboratively funded
    LOCATION BASED RESPONSE SYSTEM
    • Is more than just a Roadway Inventory
    • Establishes a partnership between state and local government through a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)
    • Recognizes the value local government brings to location based services
    • Represents a better way of doing business
    • Coordinates Maintenance at the Local Level to support activities at the State and Federal level
    • Improves Services & Emergency Response at all levels of government
    LOCATION BASED RESPONSE SYSTEM
  • State Government Impacts
    • Tie robust ODOT attribute database to all roads
    • Package State data beneficial to Local Government in with program (tied to data model)
    • Create Partnerships - Push funding to Local Government to support the maintenance of spatial data and attributes
    • Provide a higher confidence in spatially enabled locations
    • State and Regional Coverages for Analysis Purposes
      • Better Protection of our citizens
      • Better Response to Local Government Needs
      • Better Use of Taxpayer Dollars
  • LBRS - Memorandum of Agreement Expression of Interest from the County OGRIP Meets with County Representatives Determine County Support and Organizational Infrastructure Identify County LBRS Participants OGRIP suggests the following representation for county participation in the LBRS: E-911 Coordinator County Auditor County Commissioners County Engineer County Sheriff County Health Commissioner County EMA Director
  • 65 Counties Participating 67,738 Road Centerline Miles Collected OHIO’S LOCATION BASED RESPONSE SYSTEM SUPORTS PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY RESPONSE ROADWAY INVENTORY CRASH ANALYSIS PHASE II 9-1-1 MAPPING CENSUS ENUMERATION
  • 65 Counties Participating ~2.5 Million Site Address Points Collected OHIO’S LOCATION BASED RESPONSE SYSTEM SUPORTS PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY RESPONSE ROADWAY INVENTORY CRASH ANALYSIS PHASE II 9-1-1 MAPPING CENSUS ENUMERATION
  • Partnership Agencies
    • Shared resource – agencies using the same dataset, same accuracy, same quality
    • Reduce or eliminate duplication of effort – agencies apply funding a single time for multiple applications
    • Pool funding to achieve greater goal – obtain a higher level of quality products that are shared between agencies
  • OHIO STATEWIDE IMAGERY PROGRAM OSIP OSIP Program Sponsors OSIP Program Administrators Ohio Office of Information Technology Ohio Geographically Referenced Information Program
  • OSIP Ohio Statewide Imagery Program Digital Orthophoto Fairfield County, Ohio Interstate 70/ SR 256 East of Columbus, Ohio
  • OSIP Ohio Statewide Imagery Program Digital Elevation Model Fairfield County, Ohio Interstate 70/ SR 256 East of Columbus, Ohio
  • OSIP - LiDAR Survey Points Interstate 70/ SR 256 East of Columbus, Ohio
  • Color Digital Orthoimagery Standard 1FT Resolution Building a seamless statewide imagery layer to support state and local government agency needs
  • OHIO SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORTS Building a seamless statewide elevation layer to support state and local government agency needs
  • OHIO SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORTS OSIP II – Son of Stu
  • OSIP Color Digital Orthoimagery Standard 1FT Resolution – 9600’ AGL
  • OHIO SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORTS Leveraging statewide program to support local state and federal government needs
  • OSIP Color Digital Orthoimagery Optional 6IN Resolution – 4800’ AGL
  • OSIP LiDAR Acquisition Point Cloud Obtained LiDAR at an average of a 6.5-foot post spacing +/- 0.5FT vertical accuracy
  • OSIP LiDAR Acquisition DIGITAL ELEVATION MODEL Hillshaded DEM Including Above Ground Features 3D Perspective
  • OSIP LiDAR ELEVATION PROFILE
  • Preliminary Engineering
  • Predictive Landslide Modeling
  • Predictive Landslide Modeling
  • GISSC OSIP LiDAR Supports Flood Inundation Mapping
  • GISSC OSIP LiDAR Supports Flood Inundation Mapping
  • Statewide Parcel Strategy State of Ohio OGRIP is engaging state agencies and local government officials in a collaborative effort to establish a statewide parcel database layer Investigating the feasibility of establishing a public/private partnership to support aggregation and integration Continuing the build-out of the Ohio Spatial Data Infrastructure (OSDI) and providing state agencies with much needed information to better manage these assets.
  • OHIO SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE Supporting Engagement & Collaboration to Improve Strategic & Tactical Decision Making
    • State Real Property Inventory
    • State Real Property Management Planning
    • Emergency Response and Recovery Activities
    • Economic Development
  • REAL PROPERTY INVENTORY
  • REAL PROPERTY INVENTORY
  • PARCELS Parcel data is maintained by local government and used for real estate assessment and appraisal. Ohio has more than 6 million parcels Nearly 5.5 million parcels are reported to be maintained in digital format 2008 OHIO COUNTY GIS PROFILES
  • CENSUS BASED vs PARCEL BASED SCHOOL DISTRICT BOUNDARY COMPARISON OHIO SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORTS CULTURAL BOUNDARY DEVELOPMENT GROVEPORT MADISON LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT COLUMBUS CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
  • MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY COMPARISON New Albany Jefferson Twp Plain Twp Gahanna Columbus OHIO SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORTS CULTURAL BOUNDARY DEVELOPMENT CENSUS BASED vs PARCEL BASED
    • Connectivity to
    • ~ 13 TB of Ortho
    • Imagery and
    • Elevation Data
    • For Downloading
    • Metadata Discovery
    • &
    • Map Services
    GEOSPATIAL DATA DISTRIBUTION
  • OHIO GEOGRAPHICALLY REFERENCED INFORMATION PROGRAM Jeff Smith, Framework Data Manager OGRIP/GIS Support Center Infrastructure Service Delivery Ohio Office of Information Technology Department of Administrative Services 77 S High St – 19 th Floor Columbus, Ohio 43215 614-466-4747 [email_address]