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Taste of FME 2011 & Beyond
New FME Branding! Achieve Total Spatial Data Mastery Cooking
Branding
Branding
Focus of Branding Make you the master chefs!
What’s Coming out of the  Big Oven in Surrey? FME Workbench
Presentation is important to the sophisticated palete!
Workspace Look Refresh
Make Your Own Theme!
Identify Problems Faster
Workspace Inline Data Inspection
Workspace Inline Data Inspection
Workbench Inspection Demo Trends and Directions in Spatial Data Exchange
Download Recipes with…. Trends and Directions in Spatial Data Exchange
Workspace Templates Trends and Directions in Spatial Data Exchange
What’s coming out of the Big Oven in Surrey?
REST API <ul><li>REST API will make it much easier to work with FME Server and leverage the services that it provides. </l...
REST API Demo
FME Server Security continues <ul><li>Currently security is server wide.  </li></ul><ul><li>Repository Level Security </li...
Scheduler Slide  Scheduling capabilities are part of FME 2011 Server
Scheduler Demo Slide
What’s Coming out of the  Big Oven in Surrey? Platform
More Ingredients to cook with… GIS CAD Raster Database Web 3D/BIM Point Clouds
FME Formats by Release 9/2/10 Trends and Directions in Spatial Data Exchange
Format Usage Patterns 9/2/10
New Format Roundup ESRIJSON (ESRI JavaScript Object Notation) FDO Providers (Autodesk 2011) Google Spreadsheet LiDAR (XYZ)...
Point Cloud Support Point Cloud debuts in FME 2011.
Point Cloud Support What can you do with Point Clouds?
Point Cloud Scenario #1 <ul><li>Read: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>LAS  (several flavours) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Oracle Spat...
Point Cloud Scenario #2 Thin
Point Cloud Scenario #3 Reproject
Point Cloud Scenario #4 Split
Point Cloud Scenario #5 Clip
Point Cloud Scenario #6 Combine
Point Cloud Scenario #7 Tile
Point Cloud Scenario #8 Surface Model
Point Cloud Scenario #9 Inspect
Point Cloud Scenario #10 Chip
Point Cloud Demo 9/2/10
Light and Fluffy Engine
Cloud Database Demo: SQL Azure Demo 9/2/10 Read/Write to  Azure and SQL Azure
Baking Complex XML  The Saga continues…
XML Reading Demo 9/2/10
<ul><li>Verification? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>How do we know the XML we write is valid? </li></ul></ul>Writing Complex XML
New Tester Predicates
SQLCreator/SQLQuerier
MapInfo Stylin’
MicroStation DGN Stylin’
AutoCAD DWG Stylin’
Feature Reader Transformer
Scripted Parameters
Sherbend Generalization
Journey to the 3 rd  Dimension continues
Geometry Instancing: Efficiency Concerns Demo: FME 2011 vs FME 2010 FME 2010:  75 Mins (4 GB) FME 2011: 40 Seconds (2 GB)
Looking Ahead: The Wild West <ul><li>More Formats </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Revit R, Sketchup W, GML 3.2, improved CAD, ArcGIS...
And more … Python Plugin Builder New XML Template Writer Database Transformers Improved Database Query Support FME  Server...
Thank You! <ul><li>Don’t hesitate to drop us suggestions, comments, ideas, opportunities, etc: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Email...
Thank You! <ul><li>Questions? </li></ul><ul><li>For more information: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Enter name and email address <...
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  • D&amp;D: Show: Dale’s Sydney Harbor Bridge KML tour, PDF with links: http://www.fmepedia.com/index.php/PDF_Mapping, Before and after of Tom’s XML workspaces
  • D&amp;D: Show: Dale’s Sydney Harbor Bridge KML tour, PDF with links: http://www.fmepedia.com/index.php/PDF_Mapping, Before and after of Tom’s XML workspaces
  • D&amp;D: Show: Dale’s Sydney Harbor Bridge KML tour, PDF with links: http://www.fmepedia.com/index.php/PDF_Mapping, Before and after of Tom’s XML workspaces
  • D&amp;D: Show: Dale’s Sydney Harbor Bridge KML tour, PDF with links: http://www.fmepedia.com/index.php/PDF_Mapping, Before and after of Tom’s XML workspaces
  • D&amp;D: Show: Dale’s Sydney Harbor Bridge KML tour, PDF with links: http://www.fmepedia.com/index.php/PDF_Mapping, Before and after of Tom’s XML workspaces
  • D&amp;D: Show: Dale’s Sydney Harbor Bridge KML tour, PDF with links: http://www.fmepedia.com/index.php/PDF_Mapping, Before and after of Tom’s XML workspaces
  • Yesterday we talked about how with FME 2008, we’re taking spatial ETL to new dimensions. Today, we’ll focus on how FME Server helps raise the bar in how you leverage the power of spatial ETL across the enterprise and beyond.  
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  • Show how easy it is to go to both Azure and SQL Azure. (Azure is not spatial) Also show the inspector here.
  • Problem Lots of user data is stored in relational databases or files with flat table structures, and increasingly there are requirements to generate difficult/complex XML from this data are on the increase (OGC, INSPIRE, etc). State of Montana’s desire to convert their Spatial Names Database from ESRI Personal Geodatabase into the ISO 19112 XML standard ( Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers). Previous attempts at XML writing with FME have required specialized knowledge of an additional XML language (XSLT, XFMAP, XQUERY). Solution XMLTemplater allows us to use the power of xQuery but hide a lot of the complexity using a ‘Hierarchical Template Representation’ methodology. How it works Start with complete XML document representing your desired output. Determine which pieces of the document will change and make XML templates. In this case, need to turn features into iso19112:SI_LocationInstance XML elements. The iso19112:SI_LocationInstance XML template specifies which attributes will be used to generate the XML. All of the iso19112:SI_LocationInstance XML snippets will then be inserted into the complete wfs:FeatureCollection XML template. The workflow in FME is: read the geodatabase table, read a XML template and use attributes from each feature to generate XML, Logger: see the attributes values from the feature are present in the XML, read another XML template and use the XML from the previous XMLTemplater to generate the final XML, write it out with the text file writer. Pitfalls Easy to generate invalid XML (no validation) Hasn’t been tested with very complicated source data and XML output.
  • Idea here is to explain that when FME 2011 ships you will be able to specify the “tags” that are the feature type and also the name of the “Feature Type”. Currently this is done by a custom transformer. You could show it to just drive home that they will not need to know this or not.
  • D&amp;D: Show: Dale’s Sydney Harbor Bridge KML tour, PDF with links: http://www.fmepedia.com/index.php/PDF_Mapping, Before and after of Tom’s XML workspaces
  • Transcript of "Taste Test: FME 2011 & Beyond"

    1. 1. Taste of FME 2011 & Beyond
    2. 2. New FME Branding! Achieve Total Spatial Data Mastery Cooking
    3. 3. Branding
    4. 4. Branding
    5. 5. Focus of Branding Make you the master chefs!
    6. 6. What’s Coming out of the Big Oven in Surrey? FME Workbench
    7. 7. Presentation is important to the sophisticated palete!
    8. 8. Workspace Look Refresh
    9. 9. Make Your Own Theme!
    10. 10. Identify Problems Faster
    11. 11. Workspace Inline Data Inspection
    12. 12. Workspace Inline Data Inspection
    13. 13. Workbench Inspection Demo Trends and Directions in Spatial Data Exchange
    14. 14. Download Recipes with…. Trends and Directions in Spatial Data Exchange
    15. 15. Workspace Templates Trends and Directions in Spatial Data Exchange
    16. 16. What’s coming out of the Big Oven in Surrey?
    17. 17. REST API <ul><li>REST API will make it much easier to work with FME Server and leverage the services that it provides. </li></ul>Obligatory Cat Photo
    18. 18. REST API Demo
    19. 19. FME Server Security continues <ul><li>Currently security is server wide. </li></ul><ul><li>Repository Level Security </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Define Repositories that users can access </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Define type of access that they have. </li></ul></ul>
    20. 20. Scheduler Slide Scheduling capabilities are part of FME 2011 Server
    21. 21. Scheduler Demo Slide
    22. 22. What’s Coming out of the Big Oven in Surrey? Platform
    23. 23. More Ingredients to cook with… GIS CAD Raster Database Web 3D/BIM Point Clouds
    24. 24. FME Formats by Release 9/2/10 Trends and Directions in Spatial Data Exchange
    25. 25. Format Usage Patterns 9/2/10
    26. 26. New Format Roundup ESRIJSON (ESRI JavaScript Object Notation) FDO Providers (Autodesk 2011) Google Spreadsheet LiDAR (XYZ) Microsoft Windows Azure Microsoft Windows Azure OGDI Netezza Netezza Spatial PointTools (POD) Schema (From Table) World Meteorological Organization GRIB (GRIdded Binary)
    27. 27. Point Cloud Support Point Cloud debuts in FME 2011.
    28. 28. Point Cloud Support What can you do with Point Clouds?
    29. 29. Point Cloud Scenario #1 <ul><li>Read: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>LAS (several flavours) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Oracle Spatial Point Cloud </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>POD (PointTools) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Write: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>LAS (several flavours) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Oracle Spatial Point Cloud </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>POD (PointTools) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>ESRI Geodatabase </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Any FME Format </li></ul></ul>Translate
    30. 30. Point Cloud Scenario #2 Thin
    31. 31. Point Cloud Scenario #3 Reproject
    32. 32. Point Cloud Scenario #4 Split
    33. 33. Point Cloud Scenario #5 Clip
    34. 34. Point Cloud Scenario #6 Combine
    35. 35. Point Cloud Scenario #7 Tile
    36. 36. Point Cloud Scenario #8 Surface Model
    37. 37. Point Cloud Scenario #9 Inspect
    38. 38. Point Cloud Scenario #10 Chip
    39. 39. Point Cloud Demo 9/2/10
    40. 40. Light and Fluffy Engine
    41. 41. Cloud Database Demo: SQL Azure Demo 9/2/10 Read/Write to Azure and SQL Azure
    42. 42. Baking Complex XML The Saga continues…
    43. 43. XML Reading Demo 9/2/10
    44. 44. <ul><li>Verification? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>How do we know the XML we write is valid? </li></ul></ul>Writing Complex XML
    45. 45. New Tester Predicates
    46. 46. SQLCreator/SQLQuerier
    47. 47. MapInfo Stylin’
    48. 48. MicroStation DGN Stylin’
    49. 49. AutoCAD DWG Stylin’
    50. 50. Feature Reader Transformer
    51. 51. Scripted Parameters
    52. 52. Sherbend Generalization
    53. 53. Journey to the 3 rd Dimension continues
    54. 54. Geometry Instancing: Efficiency Concerns Demo: FME 2011 vs FME 2010 FME 2010: 75 Mins (4 GB) FME 2011: 40 Seconds (2 GB)
    55. 55. Looking Ahead: The Wild West <ul><li>More Formats </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Revit R, Sketchup W, GML 3.2, improved CAD, ArcGIS 10, … </li></ul></ul><ul><li>More 3D/BIM specific Transformations </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Roof creation </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Containment </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Union / Intersection / Difference </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Clipping / Shearing </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Validity checking / Snapping </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Improved Geometry </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Large Scale Point Clouds (Lidar) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Clothoids, nurbs, rotated points </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>3D Symbology: Geometry Instancing </li></ul></ul>
    56. 56. And more … Python Plugin Builder New XML Template Writer Database Transformers Improved Database Query Support FME Server Deployment Management Performance Named Geometries Server GUI Modernization POSTGIS unicode/arc geographic support OSM Writer More Generalization Looping for Blocking Transformers Google Docs Support True arc Intersections
    57. 57. Thank You! <ul><li>Don’t hesitate to drop us suggestions, comments, ideas, opportunities, etc: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Email: [email_address] </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>@DonAtSafe </li></ul></ul><ul><li>http://fmepedia.com </li></ul><ul><li>http://www.safe.com </li></ul><ul><li>http://blog.safe.com </li></ul>
    58. 58. Thank You! <ul><li>Questions? </li></ul><ul><li>For more information: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Enter name and email address </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Enter company name </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Enter other resources </li></ul></ul>
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