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ArcGIS for Land Records                Seminar Series                S i     S i                 Summer 2011
Agenda for todayLand Records Seminar    •   ArcGIS S t        A GIS System    •   ArcGIS for Local Government    •   Maps ...
ArcGIS is a SystemA Complete System for Geographic Information•   E i    Easier•   More Powerful                          ...
ArcGIS.com is a Destination    For accessing and using geographic information online•   For    F creating and sharing i t ...
Five Common Business Patterns      Asset                Planning &             Field              Operational             ...
ArcGIS for GovernmentMaking GIS easier to implement and more effective for government• Core Technology (ArcGIS)• ArcGIS On...
ArcGIS for Local Government    Useful maps and apps that help local governments implement GIS•   Organized around the work...
Local Government Maps and AppsAn ArcGIS system for local governments  …desktop, web and mobile apps with meaningful maps s...
Local Government Resource CenterAn online community for users and partners                                        http://r...
Goals for Esri and Our Users. . .•   Simplify GIS•   Broaden use of GIS throughout organization•   Reduce implementation t...
ArcGIS f GA GIS for Government                   tThe ArcGIS Platform plus integrated maps & apps for Local Government    ...
DemonstrationLocal Government Resource Center
GIS for Land Records•   Responsibility to inventory legal records and value land•   Used in many vital government operatio...
Evolving Land Records Requirements•   Historically, land records information has been used    internally by local g       ...
Five Common Business Patterns  Asset            Planning &         Field          Operational       Citizen/CustomerManage...
DemonstrationLand Records Maps and Apps
Land Records Maps and Apps    Helps local governments maximize the value of land records information•   Parcel Value for i...
Demonstration   Parcel Editing
Break – 15 minutesB   k       i t
Parcel editing with ArcGIS 10•   Data model (parcel fabric) specifically for managing parcels    as part of core software ...
What is a parcel fabric?•   Continuous network of parcel boundaries•   R    Record i f          d information f           ...
Why is the parcel fabric important to you?•   Data model specifically for managing parcels•   Improved workflows for manag...
Data integrity•   Land records from plans/deeds are integrated into a    continuous, topologically correct parcel layer•  ...
Data integrity•   Fabric adjustment uses survey control and COGO    dimensions to recalculate/update parcel corner points ...
Why are accuracy and integrity important?•   Property tax values derived from legal records (plans/deeds)•   Accurate and ...
Parcel history enhances integrity•   Maintained automatically as you edit     •   System start/end and legal start/end dat...
DemonstrationWorkflows & Tax Map Books
Editing Workflows•   Task Assistant allows creation of steps for editors to follow•   Checkboxes and help information to f...
Tax Map Books•   Standard tools for publishing parcel map book pages•   Scripting automates map book production
SolutionsS l ti
Implementing the Land Records Solution•   Identify your business needs     •   Which land records application will provide...
Identify the Business NeedsUse the patterns….•   General Land Records Platform    G     lL dR       d Pl f     •   Start w...
Resource Center Content•   Review template downloads, they include:     •   Maps and Geodatabase     •   Documentation    ...
Scenarios Land Records
Scenario: Implement Tax Parcel Editing Template•   Review Tax Parcel Editing Template                            g    p   ...
Scenario: Implement Tax Parcel Editing Template•   Download White Paper - Loading Data Into a Parcel Fabric•   I    Import...
Scenario: Implement Tax Parcel Editing Template•   Lets start migrating data     •   The parcel fabric expects some level ...
Scenario: Implement Tax Parcel Editing Template•   Question #2 – How are curves represented within your data?
Scenario: Implement Tax Parcel Editing Template•   Ultimately, you’ll follow a process similar to this:     -   Step 1 - P...
Architecting the Land Records Solution•   Reference system architecture that simplifies deployment•   Best practices that ...
Summary
The ArcGIS for Land Records Solution    A scalable solution for your organization•    Robust desktop tools for editing and...
ArcGIS 10    Foundation for Land Records Solution•   Parcel management tools in core     •   Fully supported and increment...
Summary•   Esri is committed to providing solutions for land records     •   Deliver a “land records GIS” that enables you...
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  1. 1. ArcGIS for Land Records Seminar Series S i S i Summer 2011
  2. 2. Agenda for todayLand Records Seminar • ArcGIS S t A GIS System • ArcGIS for Local Government • Maps and Apps • Parcel Editing • Workflows and Map books • Scenarios • Summary
  3. 3. ArcGIS is a SystemA Complete System for Geographic Information• E i Easier• More Powerful Cloud• Everywhere Web • Di Discover • Create • Manage Enterprise • Visualize Mobile • Analyze • Collaborate Local Desktop Making GIS Available to Everyone
  4. 4. ArcGIS.com is a Destination For accessing and using geographic information online• For F creating and sharing i t lli ti d h i intelligent t maps and related geographic information• For discovering and using maps and geographic information Share Groups Search/ Use Author
  5. 5. Five Common Business Patterns Asset Planning & Field Operational Citizen Management M Analysis A l i Mobility M bili Awareness A Engagement Land Records, Public Safety, Planning, Public Works, Utilities. . . Records Safety Planning Works Utilities Managing and g g Transforming data g Getting information g Providing information g Communicating distributing into actionable into and out of the on the health of an directly withauthoritative GIS data information field organization stakeholders and enlisting their participation
  6. 6. ArcGIS for GovernmentMaking GIS easier to implement and more effective for government• Core Technology (ArcGIS)• ArcGIS Online (ArcGIS.com)• Maps and Apps (Templates)• B tP Best Practices (Resource C t ti (R Centers) ) ArcGIS for Local Government
  7. 7. ArcGIS for Local Government Useful maps and apps that help local governments implement GIS• Organized around the work you do in local government • Reference Data / Basemaps • Land Records Web Maps/Apps • Public Infrastructure Basemaps • Elections • Planning • Public Safety Local Government • Public Health Information Model Models/Charts • …….. Editing• Extends the ArcGIS platform Workflows• Available for free on ArcGIS.com Mobile Maps/Apps …a simple pattern to configure and use ArcGIS
  8. 8. Local Government Maps and AppsAn ArcGIS system for local governments …desktop, web and mobile apps with meaningful maps supported by a single geodatabase schema
  9. 9. Local Government Resource CenterAn online community for users and partners http://resources.arcgis.com/content/local- http://resources.arcgis.com/content/local-government
  10. 10. Goals for Esri and Our Users. . .• Simplify GIS• Broaden use of GIS throughout organization• Reduce implementation time• Reduce implementation cost• Promote synergy • Each app works everywhere • Each map works everywhere Successful users making a difference
  11. 11. ArcGIS f GA GIS for Government tThe ArcGIS Platform plus integrated maps & apps for Local Government Your Needs Risk Organizational 3rd Party y DIY Consulting Cost C t Needs Apps Time Industry data models Industry Template Maps & Apps Specific Needs “ArcGIS ArcGIS For Generic Local Commercial Off the Shelf Geo-Spatial Government” System Platform Needs
  12. 12. DemonstrationLocal Government Resource Center
  13. 13. GIS for Land Records• Responsibility to inventory legal records and value land• Used in many vital government operations • Assessment and Taxation, Land Use, Infrastructure, Deeds and Documents
  14. 14. Evolving Land Records Requirements• Historically, land records information has been used internally by local g y y governments • And under valued and under utilized by more public audiences• But that is changing…..
  15. 15. Five Common Business Patterns Asset Planning & Field Operational Citizen/CustomerManagementM Analysis A l i Mobility M bili Awareness A Engagement E Land Records Automate, Model value Field appraisals Workflow status, Public access to manage, andd influences, influences and data dd t visualize value property tpublish accurate trends, and collection trends, informationproperty records Impacts foreclosures , sales, appeals
  16. 16. DemonstrationLand Records Maps and Apps
  17. 17. Land Records Maps and Apps Helps local governments maximize the value of land records information• Parcel Value for iPhone • Provides authoritative property maps and characteristics on iOS platform• Value Analysis Dashboard • Provides a high-level view into the changes in property assessments and tax high- revenue• Tax Parcel Viewer • Provides focused public access with authoritative property maps and characteristics• Parcel Map Templates p p • Consumer and industry focused multi-scale basemaps multi- Can be hosted on premise or in the cloud
  18. 18. Demonstration Parcel Editing
  19. 19. Break – 15 minutesB k i t
  20. 20. Parcel editing with ArcGIS 10• Data model (parcel fabric) specifically for managing parcels as part of core software t f ft - Topological integrity - Improve positional accuracy of parcels and related data - History T ki Hi t Tracking - Optionally maintain metadata• New parcel editor toolbar – streamlines workflows for editing parcels - Splits, merges, resurveys, etc - Import digitally submitted data (from CAD or other sources)• Templates to give you best practices
  21. 21. What is a parcel fabric?• Continuous network of parcel boundaries• R Record i f d information f ti from plans/deeds i t l /d d integrated i t t d into a topologically correct parcel layer
  22. 22. Why is the parcel fabric important to you?• Data model specifically for managing parcels• Improved workflows for managing parcels - Based on the operations you do every day – splits, combines, etc.• Data integrity and accuracy g y y• History tracking (based on both system and legal dates)• Optional metadata on plans and editors
  23. 23. Data integrity• Land records from plans/deeds are integrated into a continuous, topologically correct parcel layer• No slivers and gaps - Parcel joining preserves parcel connectivity during incorporation
  24. 24. Data integrity• Fabric adjustment uses survey control and COGO dimensions to recalculate/update parcel corner points Improving spatial accuracy over time
  25. 25. Why are accuracy and integrity important?• Property tax values derived from legal records (plans/deeds)• Accurate and up-to-date land records information used throughout government to support many vital functions• Other data (including imagery) becoming more accurate
  26. 26. Parcel history enhances integrity• Maintained automatically as you edit • System start/end and legal start/end dates supported• Not the same as geodatabase archiving
  27. 27. DemonstrationWorkflows & Tax Map Books
  28. 28. Editing Workflows• Task Assistant allows creation of steps for editors to follow• Checkboxes and help information to further guide process
  29. 29. Tax Map Books• Standard tools for publishing parcel map book pages• Scripting automates map book production
  30. 30. SolutionsS l ti
  31. 31. Implementing the Land Records Solution• Identify your business needs • Which land records application will provide the largest business value in your organization• Review content on the Resource Center • Templates, hosted apps, videos, blogs • Identify ArcGIS platform requirements • Configure template(s) in your organization• Plan your migration • Data, workflows, apps• Identify areas where y y you may need help y p • Esri and Partner Network available if needed
  32. 32. Identify the Business NeedsUse the patterns….• General Land Records Platform G lL dR d Pl f • Start with Tax Parcel Editing and then add other apps• Data Management • Start with Tax Parcel Editing and Tax Map Book• Constituent Engagement • Start with Tax Parcel Viewer and Parcel Value for iPhone• Planning and Analysis • Start with Value Analysis Dashboard …many ways to leverage the maps and apps in the ArcGIS for Land Records system
  33. 33. Resource Center Content• Review template downloads, they include: • Maps and Geodatabase • Documentation • Application • Getting Started Document• Watch the videos, read the blogs• Work with sample data o t sa p e• Review Local Government GDB• Ask questionsEmail: ArcGISTeamLocalGov@esri.com
  34. 34. Scenarios Land Records
  35. 35. Scenario: Implement Tax Parcel Editing Template• Review Tax Parcel Editing Template g p • Editing map – well defined layers, label expressions and attractive cartography • Productivity tools – enhance the core editing i environment t • Geodatabase – methods for managing multiple parcel types in a parcel fabric, annotation best practices• Review how consistent your data is with the Local Government Model GDB
  36. 36. Scenario: Implement Tax Parcel Editing Template• Download White Paper - Loading Data Into a Parcel Fabric• I Important aspects: t t t • Different paths depending on state of source data • Using a topology to check initial data integrity • Delineating curves D li ti • Modeling parcel types (lots, subdivisions, etc.) • Annotation
  37. 37. Scenario: Implement Tax Parcel Editing Template• Lets start migrating data • The parcel fabric expects some level of spatial integrity to start• Question #1 – How well do your tax parcels, boundaries, lots, etc. line up?
  38. 38. Scenario: Implement Tax Parcel Editing Template• Question #2 – How are curves represented within your data?
  39. 39. Scenario: Implement Tax Parcel Editing Template• Ultimately, you’ll follow a process similar to this: - Step 1 - Prepare your Fabric Data Model - Step 2 - Prepare your Source Data - Step 3 - Clean up the Geometry on your Source Data - Step 4 - Establish Topology Required for Fabric Loading - Step 5 - Load your Source Data to the Fabric - Step 6 - Set up your Editing Map
  40. 40. Architecting the Land Records Solution• Reference system architecture that simplifies deployment• Best practices that support mission critical business needs • Development, Staging, Publication and Caching• Flexible Fl ibl on premise deployment options i d l i • On premise solutions that adapt to organizations size• Cloud deployment options • Minimize capital expenditures • Reduce deployment times
  41. 41. Summary
  42. 42. The ArcGIS for Land Records Solution A scalable solution for your organization• Robust desktop tools for editing and analysis• Simple web mapping applications• Flexible mobile platform• Ready to use content and services• Collaboration and sharing Cloud Web • Discover • Create • Manage Enterprise • Visualize Mobile •A l Analyze • Collaborate Local Desktop
  43. 43. ArcGIS 10 Foundation for Land Records Solution• Parcel management tools in core • Fully supported and incrementally enhanced• Maps and Apps that extend core ArcGIS platform• Optimized data O ti i d d t model for parcel management d lf l t • Streamlines parcel editing workflows • Improves data integrity • Allows you to improve positional accuracy over time• Service packages that help you implement solution• Educational packages that help you sustain solution
  44. 44. Summary• Esri is committed to providing solutions for land records • Deliver a “land records GIS” that enables your success • Evolve and grow the collection of apps • Provide a platform f partners to deploy their solutions f for• We want your p y participation and involvement p • Download the maps and apps • Provide feedback on existing content • Identify opportunities for new content y pp • Contact Esri Regional Office for support

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