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Using Workbench & FME Server to Validate Storm Water Network Collection

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  • 1. Using Workbench & FME Server to Validate Storm Water Network CollectionBryan BinghamAsset Data Coordinator – Transportation & Community PlanningThe Regional Municipality of York April 10, 2013
  • 2. Agenda Background Project Look and feel of information QA/QC using FME Server Attribution using Workbench Moving forward Workspaces Questions
  • 3. Background - York Region Serving 1.1 million residents across 13 core businesses 9 Local area municipalities Operate & maintain approx. 1,100 km of roadway (>3,600 lane km)
  • 4. Background Bryan Bingham – GMT, GIS A.S.  Educational background: 3 year GIS program at Fleming College  5 Years GIS consulting experience  NO PREVIOUS FME EXPERIENCE Responsibilities at York Region  Tasked with managing storm water asset data collection project  Ensure that asset registry is up to date for consumption by Cityworks
  • 5. Project Transportation & Community Planning (TCP) is responsible for storm water assets in the Regional Road Right of Way (ROW) Storm water assets currently stored in scanned design drawings Video logging project created asset point locations Training and managing experienced surveyors to use GIS and FME Server Ontario One Call for asset locates (End of 2013)
  • 6. Look and Feel – Connect the Dots!
  • 7. QA/QC Using FME Server Uses series of Test Filter and Attribute Creator transformers Each domain in the feature class is tested for adherence to the domain values Non matching or null values are flagged and output to a CSV error log CSV error logs are created for each user and lists errors by asset type SELF SERVICE - Takes ~2-3 minutes to run
  • 8. Attribution Using FME Workbench Series of workbench documents  General attribution  Road ID  Conservation Area and Watershed  Maintenance District  Elevation (From DEM for points only)  X & Y Location  Asset ID assignment  Assigning upstream and downstream nodes  Calculates upstream and downstream obverts  Move data from development to production
  • 9. Moving Forward – Next Steps Adding the remainder of asset types (roads, medians, pavement markings, etc.) Continuing to evaluate and develop workbench models Dynamically read and compare domains without having to enter values into transformers Looking for opportunities where FME can assist with data management and transformations.
  • 10. Workspaces FME Server QA/QC FME Workbench Attribution FME Workbench ID Assignment FME Workbench Node Calculation
  • 11. Thank You! Questions? For more information:  Bryan Bingham – bryan.bingham@york.ca  The Regional Municipality of York  FMEpedia - http://fmepedia.safe.com/  Google – http://google.ca