How to Leverage ArcGIS Online with FME

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Discover how to extend the use of ArcGIS Online's powerful services with FME. You'll see how you can easily bring non-Esri data into ArcGIS Online to gain a more complete view of reality, with the ability to restructure on import. You'll also see how to incorporate ArcGIS Online in external workflow, allowing you to leverage its services including geocoding, drive-time polygons, and geoenrichment. Plus, we'll share how you can use FME to automatically publish data to ArcGIS Online when new data becomes available. And hear two customer success stories.

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  • I use FME but not AGOLI use AGOL but not FMEI use FME and AGOL (but separately)I use FME together with AGOLI don’t use either
  • For example seeing live locations of trainsGives the user the ability to make use of the update functionality exposed in the REST apiLink to refresh interval definition from ESRIhttp://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/arcgisonline/index.html#/Set_refresh_interval/010q000000z0000000/
  • Note this could also be done using a directory watcher or likely could be modified to use almost any notification typeFor the shp to kml user provides zip file containing all the parts of the shapefile, another workspace is need to unzip using python
  • Note this could also be done using a directory watcher or likely could be modified to use almost any notification typeFor the shp to kml user provides zip file containing all the parts of the shapefile, another workspace is need to unzip using python
  • Note this could also be done using a directory watcher or likely could be modified to use almost any notification typeFor the shp to kml user provides zip file containing all the parts of the shapefile, another workspace is need to unzip using python
  • Note this could also be done using a directory watcher or likely could be modified to use almost any notification typeFor the shp to kml user provides zip file containing all the parts of the shapefile, another workspace is need to unzip using python
  • Note this could also be done using a directory watcher or likely could be modified to use almost any notification typeFor the shp to kml user provides zip file containing all the parts of the shapefile, another workspace is need to unzip using python
  • Enrich data with services –Geocoding/Routing/Context/Service AreaRead from feature servicesWrite to feature servicesUpdate feature servicesUse for background maps(multi)
  • Service Area (Drive Time)
  • Context Service
  • http://fme.safe.com/INSPIRE-Part2
  • How to Leverage ArcGIS Online with FME

    1. 1. How to Leverage ArcGIS Online with FME March 5, 2014 between data and applications Create harmony
    2. 2. Meet the presenters. Dale Lutz  Co-Founder & VP of Product Development @DaleAtSafe Laura Kerssens  Product Support Specialist Create harmony between data and applications
    3. 3. Featuring… Eric Abrams  Spatial and GIS team leader Create harmony between data and applications
    4. 4. Ask us. Please submit using the GoToWebinar panel. We will follow-up with unanswered questions. Create harmony between data and applications
    5. 5. Create harmony between data and applications
    6. 6. What we do. www.safe.com Create harmony between data and applications
    7. 7. Poll: Are you using FME and/or ArcGIS Online? Create harmony between data and applications
    8. 8. New to FME?  Get your bearings from our Getting Started Page: www.safe.com/fme/getting-started  Learn from our crew in one of the weekly FME Overview webinars: safe.com/WeeklyIntro Create harmony between data and applications
    9. 9. FME Story 1: FME Cloud for Airports Create harmony between data and applications
    10. 10. FME Cloud for Airports: Architecture Create harmony between data and applications
    11. 11. FME Story 2: BNSF Railway. Scott Grace  Technology Services MT Enterprise GIS Create harmony between data and applications
    12. 12. Background.  Wanted a process that would allow a ArcGIS Online user to make use of the refresh interval for KML layers in a webmap  This allows the user to be able to see live updates of the data for KML layer in the webmap without refreshing the page or adding a new layer for updated dataset Create harmony between data and applications
    13. 13. Workflow.  In order to do this need to make use of the REST API for ArcGIS Online for uploading and updating data  Also have workspaces to provide conversion abilities  CSV to KML  SHP to KML  All workspaces controlled from a webpage that requires the user login to their ArcGIS Online account to get a token to validate their account information then walks the user through uploading/updating to ArcGIS Online  User information as well as file information passed to workspace through published parameters Create harmony between data and applications
    14. 14. Workspace. Create harmony between data and applications
    15. 15. Webmap Before. Create harmony between data and applications
    16. 16. Webmap After. Create harmony between data and applications
    17. 17. FME Stories 3 & 4: Mark Döring  Project Manager Spatial ETL / FME Create harmony between data and applications
    18. 18. Using REST to easily combine technologies. map.apps REST ArcGIS FME Plattform Plattform Create harmony between data and applications
    19. 19. FME Story 3: Seamless web app integration. map.apps FME ArcGIS Online Create harmony between data and applications
    20. 20. Workspace. Create harmony between data and applications
    21. 21. ArcGIS Online REST request. Create harmony between data and applications
    22. 22. map.apps File Upload map.apps <REST Parameter> Upload service SHAPE/ GML / DXF FME Server FME Parameter Esri Json map.apps data store AGS Service OGC Service ArcGIS Server Esri Json writer Generic FME reader ETL Prozess Rest Service AGOL Geoprocessing Create harmony between data and applications
    23. 23. FME Story 4: Open Data Bridge.  FME Server based update to ArcGIS Online Create harmony between data and applications
    24. 24. Workflow. ArcMap AGOL FME Desktop FME Server map.apps service definition REST Service Shape to Json Scheduled Job customized App data update data processing ETL (scheduled job) Cloud data storage Cartography Create harmony between data and applications User friendly data access
    25. 25. Data Source – Open Data Portal. Create harmony between data and applications
    26. 26. Step 1: ArcMap – Initial ArcGIS Online Service Definition Create harmony between data and applications
    27. 27. Step 2: ArcMap – Creating an ArcGIS Online REST service Create harmony between data and applications
    28. 28. Step 3: FME Desktop Update Process (Shape to JSON) Create harmony between data and applications
    29. 29. Step 4: Automated Data update based on FME Server Create harmony between data and applications
    30. 30. Goal: Get Easy Access to Open Data (map.apps) Create harmony between data and applications
    31. 31. Create harmony between data and applications
    32. 32. ArcGIS Online App Create harmony between data and applications
    33. 33. FME User Conference  June 10-13, 2014 in Vancouver, Canada http://www.fmeuc.com/session/dynamic-valuable-duo-arcgis-fme/ Create harmony between data and applications
    34. 34. FME Story 5: Presented by Eric Abrams Create harmony between data and applications
    35. 35. Poll: What would you like to do with FME & ArcGIS Online? Create harmony between data and applications
    36. 36. AGOL Background Maps. Create harmony between data and applications
    37. 37. FME Demo 1 – AGOL Feature Service Writing Create harmony between data and applications
    38. 38. FME Demo 2 – AGOL Services (Geocoding, Routing, and Drive Time) Create harmony between data and applications
    39. 39. FME Demo 3 – AGOL Services (GeoEnrichment) Create harmony between data and applications
    40. 40. FME Demo 4 – AGOL Feature Service Reading Create harmony between data and applications
    41. 41. FME Demo 5 – AGOL Updating Create harmony between data and applications
    42. 42. Save the date. Webinar: INSPIRE Success Stories with FME (March 11th) Webinar: Big Data - Tap into Cloud Infrastructure with FME (March 18th) FME World Tour 2014 (April – June 2014) FME International User Conference 2014 (20th Anniversary Celebration – www.fmeuc.com) • June 10 – 13, 2014 in Vancouver, Canada Create harmony between data and applications
    43. 43. Free and fun to learn. Online Courses - Live & Hands-On  March 18-19: FME Desktop Tutorials & Recorded Courses Create harmony between data and applications
    44. 44. Stay informed. fmepedia.com/community fmepedia.com/knowledge @SafeSoftware youtube.com/FMEChannel blog.safe.com Create harmony between data and applications
    45. 45. Hand raising has now been enabled.  If you’d like to ask a question over the air, please click the hand icon and ensure your audio input is set up. Create harmony between data and applications
    46. 46. Thank you!  Sales  info@safe.com  Support  www.safe.com/support  (604) 501-9985 ext. 278  Dale Lutz  dal@safe.com  Laura Kerssens  Laura.Kerssens@safe.com Create harmony between data and applications

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