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PostGIS 2.0 – How to Improve Interoperability using FME

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Discover how to easily read, write, and update data in PostGIS 2.0 via live demos. You’ll see how you can use FME to handle rasters in PostGIS (new for FME 2013), and overall improve the efficiency of …

Discover how to easily read, write, and update data in PostGIS 2.0 via live demos. You’ll see how you can use FME to handle rasters in PostGIS (new for FME 2013), and overall improve the efficiency of your data workflows with this database.

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  • 1. PostGIS 2.0 – How to ImproveInteroperability using FMEApril 24th, 2013
  • 2. Who Are We?Robyn RennieFME Desktop Support MgrDale LutzCo-Founder and VP ofProduct Development
  • 3. Questions are Encouraged!This morning’s Q&A Support:Mark StoakesManager Professional ServicesSteve MacCabeProduct Specialist
  • 4. Questions are Encouraged! We’re happy to answer any questionsyou have.To submit a question: If we can’t get to your question duringthe webinar we’ll send a follow-upemail.
  • 5. Powering The Flow of Spatial DataFME – Feature Manipulation Engine
  • 6. Powering The Flow of DataFME – Feature Manipulation Engine
  • 7. FME CapabilitiesTransform Data to Use and Share Convert spatial data betweenhundreds of formats Transform spatial data into theprecise data model you need Integrate multiple different datatypes into a single data model Share spatial data with peoplewhere, when and how they need it
  • 8. Workbench:Graphical Data Flow Authoring
  • 9. Poll: What is your FME level ofexpertise?
  • 10.  Getting started page:http://fme.ly/GetStarted Attend a weekly FME Desktop overviewwebinar:http://fme.ly/WeeklyIntroNew to FME?
  • 11. Poll: What frustrations do youhave with your databaseworkflows that don’t involve FME?
  • 12. Agenda Demos Reading and Writing – tips and tricks Raster and 3D Database Transformers Supported Database functionality Edits and Change Detection Putting it all together Follow-up Webinar recording and materials
  • 13. Versions & Editions FME Professional Edition License FME 2013 SP1 Postgis 2.0 PostgreSQL 9.2.1
  • 14. Poll: Do you store Raster or 3D inyour PostGIS?
  • 15. Reading and Writing – tips and tricks Always a good idea to have a unique key field Generic geometry columns New supported geometries Published parameters for username/passwords Transaction Size and bulk copy insert Sample workspace15
  • 16. Raster and 3D New in FME 2013 Raster reading and writing Limits for size Constraints 3D Reading and Writing Handled just like 2D – view in the Data Inspector16
  • 17. Database Transformers SQLExecutor / SQLCreator FeatureReader Joiner ChangeDetector GeometryValidator17
  • 18. Practical Examples Update Spatial Table using ArcMap Writer mode and fme_db_operation18
  • 19. Question & Answer Period
  • 20. 2013 FME World Tour! 40+ FME User Meetingshappening world wide andone live stream Register atwww.safe.com/worldtour
  • 21. Upcoming webinarsMicrosoft SQL Server – How to ImproveInteroperability using FME – May 1Oracle Database - How to Improve Interoperabilityusing FME – June 11Recorded Webinars:http://fme.ly/webinars
  • 22.  View the offerings at: http://fme.ly/onlinePoll: Would you like moreinformation on our freetraining options?
  • 23. We’ll Be Following Up
  • 24. Thank You! For more information, please contact:Salesinfo@safe.comSupportwww.safe.com/support(604)501-9985 ext. 278Daledal@safe.comRobynRobyn.rennie@safe.com