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Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME
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Integrating Regional Spatial Information with FME

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The North Central All-Hazards Emergency Management Region (NCR) for the State of Colorado contracted Critigen to develop a web-based GIS data portal where the ten NCR member counties could upload …

The North Central All-Hazards Emergency Management Region (NCR) for the State of Colorado contracted Critigen to develop a web-based GIS data portal where the ten NCR member counties could upload their spatial data to populate one common GIS database. Using a customized FME Server interface, users can upload spatial data and have it automatically translated into a common data model. Counties and other jurisdictions also reap the benefits when they download user-defined subsets of data for their own use into their own data schema. Additionally, the composite database supports an emergency preparedness planning tool, providing first response planners access to a continuous, region-wide dataset. In this session, you will learn how Critigen overcame the challenges faced in completing this project and will be given a view into the proposed next steps and potential applications beyond this effort.

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  • 1. Integrating Regional Spatial 2010: An FME Information with FME Odyssey Frank Orr Spatial Solutions Consultant
  • 2. Agenda   Introductions   Background and drivers for the project   Collecting information   Application design   System architecture   Challenges   Benefits   Next steps   Future applications
  • 3. Introductions   Critigen– Denver, CO   Safe Software   The Colorado North Central All-Hazards Region   Member Counties Boulder Broomfield Gilpin Adams Denver Clear Creek Arapahoe Jefferson Douglas Elbert
  • 4. Project Background   Emergency management planning focus   Need for continuous region-wide dataset   Coordination with member counties hard to achieve   Homeland Security grant for 2007/2008   Additional grant for 2009/2010
  • 5. Collecting Information   10 counties, all with different needs, desires, agendas
  • 6. Collecting Information   10 very different data schemas, from the very simple to the very complex PGDB Coverages Shapefiles
  • 7. Collecting Information   Everything decided by committee, consensus difficult to reach   Prototype application with 9 data layers   Roads   Parcels Phase 2 adds 15 additional   Parcel Owners layers including:   Census Blocks Parks/Open Space   Municipalities Trails Address Points   Lakes FEMA Flood Zones   Streams Medical Facilities   Fire stations Etc.   Schools
  • 8. Collecting Information   NCR data schema developed to house translated data sets Feature classes, attributes, and domains need to be mapped and translated
  • 9. Application Design   ESRI ArcGIS Server web-based mapping application
  • 10. Application Design   SQL Server SDE database   Password-protected web application
  • 11. Data Upload   Custom web pages assemble required FME Server request strings
  • 12. Data Upload   FME Server translation   Based on 10 FME upload workspaces
  • 13. Data Upload
  • 14. Data Upload   Upload Schema Mapping
  • 15. Data Upload   Custom web pages assemble required FME Server request strings   Typical Upload Request   https://www.gis.ncrcolorado.org/SpatialDirect/ translationServlet? SSFunction=getUploadStatus&reqID=120153610258 40.7794552208857219
  • 16. Data Download   Custom web pages assemble required FME Server request strings
  • 17. Data Download   FME Server data translation   Based on 11 FME download workspaces
  • 18. Data Download Parameters Point & Buffer Extents County Municipality
  • 19. Data Download   Download Area Options   By Area – Drag a rectangle, define on map   By Point and Buffer, define on map   By Municipality – clip polygon   By County – by County field in attribute table   Schema Options   10 different counties plus NCR master schema   Coordinate System Options   UTM NAD83, 4 state plane, LL NAD83   Layer Options   Select any and all available data layers
  • 20. Data Download   Custom web pages assemble required FME Server request strings   Typical Download Request   https://www.gis.ncrcolorado.org/SpatialDirect/ translationServlet? SSFunction=remoteFetch&format=Download_Arapah oe.fmw&fmeParams= --selectedThemes "" --boxMinX --boxMaxX --boxMinY --boxMaxY --queryType POINTBUFFER --pointXcoordinate 493412.821 -- pointYcoordinate 4406154.604 --countyName -- cityName --radius 53019 --destinationCoordSys UTM83-13
  • 21. Workflow Overview Upload Download
  • 22. System Architecture   Two servers, one primary, one redundant   Hosted at separate county locations   Douglas County – Primary   Denver County - Redundant   Automated replication between servers   FileReplication Pro replication software   Automated failover between the servers   DNS Made Easy
  • 23. Challenges   Decision by committee   Lack of previous coordination between counties   Disparities in GIS sophistication   Proprietary data concerns   Expanding beyond initial user community
  • 24. Benefits   Unique planning tool with seamless region-wide dataset   Dialog between counties promotes better coordination   Edge matching   Data schema consolidation   Serve as a model for inter-region and state wide coordination
  • 25. Next Steps   Add more data layers   Medical facilities   Critical infrastructure   Etc.   Enhance existing data layers   Assist counties to identify and fill gaps   Fire stations, schools   Add more viewer functionality   Geocoding service   Advanced spatial queries   Help counties work together to edge match street centerlines
  • 26. Future Application   Other Colorado all-hazards regions   DRCOG and other MPOs   State of Colorado
  • 27. Thank You!   Questions?   For more information:   Frank Orr – frank.orr@critigen.com   Critigen

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