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Rff schematic life cycle from data to end user
Rff schematic life cycle from data to end user
Rff schematic life cycle from data to end user
Rff schematic life cycle from data to end user
Rff schematic life cycle from data to end user
Rff schematic life cycle from data to end user
Rff schematic life cycle from data to end user
Rff schematic life cycle from data to end user
Rff schematic life cycle from data to end user
Rff schematic life cycle from data to end user
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  • 1. Schematic Life Cycle,from Data to End UserAmaury-Xavier Marchal & Matthieu Schopp4th Rail GIS Summit – May, 17th 2013
  • 2. Today our aim is to … Share our work with you …Schematic Life Cycle, from Data to End UserContacts: A. Marchal: amaury-xavier.marchal@rff.fr (IT Project Leader for RFF) M. Schopp: matthieu.schopp@capgemini.com (GIS Consultant for Capgemini)Schematic Life Cycle, from Data to End User2
  • 3. Back to RFF presentations at UIC 2010 : Management of data qualityin a multi-partner context 2011 : From mobile rail mappingto schematic representation :RFF studies and experimentations 2012 : A use case of GISduring Train Running Operations 2013 : Schematic Life Cycle,from Data to End UserPAPAPAObjects topology described with a connection graphSchematic Life Cycle, from Data to End User3
  • 4. Prototype « schematics »One project ask us to :• Produce schematic diagrams to his own needs,• Keep this schematic diagrams up to date,• Keep the link with our network repositoryWhat we have done :• Collect geographic data to complete our network• Run ESRI schematics to generate schematic diagrams• Imagine an access to a schematic diagrams library for all projects• Prototype a solution to end usersSchematic Life Cycle, from Data to End User4
  • 5. Schematic Life cycleSchematic Life Cycle, from Data to End User5Esri schematicBuilder &RulesGAÏA(Geo)HandmademodificationValidationLibrary ofSchematicSchematicdiagramsavailable forprojectsSchematicon paper /pdf / …Process Feed backTopic of thispresentation
  • 6. Demonstration of prototypeSchematic Life Cycle, from Data to End User6
  • 7. ConclusionOur prototype is accepted by end-users• Capitalization : we prove that we can reuse all the works we havedone for the past years (e.g: webmapping / railview)• Production : we use ESRI Schematics, we have to maintainnetwork repository / cartography & schematics for our wholenetworkBut we still have a lot of question …Schematic Life Cycle, from Data to End User7LRS map versionning editing cartography repositorynetwork maintain management Rules Relative main lineoperation arcgis server life cycle distributeback-up Handmade
  • 8. ConclusionWe have an opportunity here toCollect the needs of european railway networks managersAnd then work with ESRI to• Be involved in Schematics roadmap• Improve schematic builder for railwaySchematic Life Cycle, from Data to End User8
  • 9. Thank you !Questions & answersSchematic Life Cycle, from Data to End User9
  • 10. Thank you !Questions & answersSchematic Life Cycle, from Data to End User9

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