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  • 1. Technical Workshops Geo Services, Social Media and GIS Applications “Live on Everest” @AL_Laframboise @AGup
  • 2. Agenda Geolocation and Social Media Integration ArcGIS Platform Case Study: “Live on Everest” Questions? #UCEverest
  • 3. What have we been up to… Community Resource Centers (blogs, forums, galleries) Wherecamps ESRI Dev Meet-ups http://edn.esri.com
  • 4. Social media & Geolocation are changing how we build GIS applications…
  • 5. What does this mean?
  • 6. Devices, Technologies, Apps…
  • 7. Did you know? 400+ million users 75+ million users 45+ million U.S. smartphones 31+ million Visitors/month
  • 8. Traditional GIS Maps
  • 9. Social GIS Maps
  • 10. www.arcgis.com
  • 11. Monitoring Haiti Live…
  • 12. Crime + Twitter + Geoprocessing
  • 13. Twitter + Demographics
  • 14. Twitter Location-based Trends
  • 15. Scientific + Crowd-sourced Data (TED)
  • 16. Twitter Extension - ArcGIS Explorer Desktop http://tinyurl.com/agxtwitter
  • 17. Case Study: Live on Everest Questions? #UCEverest
  • 18. Background – Team Jordan Members: Jordan Romero (13) Paul Romero Karen Lundgren Mission: Seven Summits Goal: Climb Mt. Everest http://www.jordanromero.com
  • 19. The Vision Share experience with the world with a map! 1. Find and follow 2. Report updates/status 3. Video and pictures 4. Real-time
  • 20. Technology Broadband Global Network (BGAN) Explorer 700 Netbook computer Camera SPOT GPS
  • 21. Social Media Tools
  • 22. Their job – Team Jordan 1. Climb Mt. Everest 2. Share geolocation 3. Updates
  • 23. Our job - ESRI 1. Build a real-time mapping application 2. Integrate social media Minimize impact on team!
  • 24. April 5th… 7-10 days to start of climb…
  • 25. Preparation Travel…
  • 26. Initial Design
  • 27. Feature Requirements Nice to have Need to have Daily tracks Find/track the team Elevation and distance trekked Status updates Base camp locations Last update Weather GIS features Auto Notification Overview map Live YouTube videos Background Information Local time
  • 28. simple, easy to use
  • 29. single location
  • 30. Initial Design
  • 31. *
  • 32. Challenges
  • 33. Server
  • 34. Server size and spec’s Windows Server 2008 R2 4x2-core/16 @ 2.27GHz 64-bit 16GB RAM SQL Server 2008 IIS 7.5 ArcGIS 10 Server ArcSDE http://tinyurl.com/esridesign
  • 35. Data
  • 36. ArcGIS Explorer and ArcGIS Online
  • 37. API
  • 38. ArcGIS Web APIs
  • 39. Requirements 1. Graphic capabilities 2. Web Service Integration 3. Development experience (.NET)
  • 40. ArcGIS Silverlight Template http://tinyurl.com/esriSL
  • 41. Geolocation
  • 42. SPOT GPS Messaging System Messages OK Help Custom = “Team Jordan is ok. We are trekking!” 911 Modes 1. Manual 2. Tracking
  • 43. Prototype #1 - Client-side ArcGIS Silverlight
  • 44. Waypoints
  • 45. Prototype #2 – Tracks by day
  • 46. Date/Time
  • 47. Standardizing Time Everest Time User Time UST
  • 48. GIS 101
  • 49. Points, Lines, Polygons, Great Circles!
  • 50. TOC
  • 51. Prototype #3 – TOC?
  • 52. Application Framework
  • 53. On the move…
  • 54. ArcGIS Silverlight Template – Buttons, Windows…
  • 55. Service-Oriented Architecture
  • 56. SOA – .NET, Silverlight and Web Services SPOT Weather Elevation Geoprocessing Flickr Weather …
  • 57. Social Media Integration
  • 58. Little anti-social?
  • 59. Blog – RSS
  • 60. flickr – REST API
  • 61. Twitter – REST API
  • 62. Facebook – REST API
  • 63. YouTube – REST API
  • 64. ipadio - Embeddable
  • 65. Bring it all together?
  • 66. Twitter + REST API Widgets!
  • 67. Flickr Integration
  • 68. Photo opts…
  • 69. Time-based Geocoding GPS + Time
  • 70. The Unknown…
  • 71. SPOT Data Timeout!
  • 72. ArcGIS Server Implementation Silverlight Client Social Media Web Geo Services Basemap ArcGIS Server SPOT Geodatabase
  • 73. ArcGIS Server – Server Object Extension (SOE) ArcCatalog Silverlight Client ArcGIS SPOT Server
  • 74. Basecamp Locations
  • 75. Is that really basecamp?
  • 76. ArcMap for Geodatabase Editing Silverlight Client Social Media Web Geo Services Basemap ArcGIS Server SPOT ArcGIS Desktop Geodatabase
  • 77. ArcMap – Example of Live Editing
  • 78. Good Design?
  • 79. Final - Pre-summit
  • 80. Final - Post-summit
  • 81. Success?
  • 82. Feature Requirements Nice to have Need to have Daily tracks Find/track the team Elevation and distance trekked Status updates Base camp locations Last update Weather GIS features Auto Notification Overview map Live YouTube videos Background Information Local time Player
  • 83. Web Stats
  • 84. Server Scaling
  • 85. Feedback
  • 86. Successful?
  • 87. Successful?
  • 88. Successful? Blog
  • 89. Send us your questions on Twitter! Questions? #UCEverest
  • 90. “the app” + “the Team”
  • 91. Summary 1. Next generation of GIS applications… 2. Social media and geolocation is compelling 3. ArcGIS Platform is capable This is just the beginning…
  • 92. Q/A with Team Jordan

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