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CAD GIS Integration Workshop

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Automated CAD & GIS Integration for Better Asset Data Management …

Automated CAD & GIS Integration for Better Asset Data Management

By Andrew Bashfield, Principal Consultant, Stratelead

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  • 1. Automated CAD & GIS Integration for Better Asset Data Management
  • 2. Workshop Agenda:  Welcome & Case Study: Ergon Energy, Queensland – Andrew Bashfield, Stratelead  A Range of CAD/GIS Integration Scenarios – Mike Schlosser, Autodesk  Integrating CAD and GIS with Spatial ETL – Don Murray, Safe Software  Case Study: Integrating CADD & GIS in a Municipal Environment – Martin Tilt, City of Vancouver
  • 3. Workshop Agenda:  Round Table Discussion: – Outage management – Site & Asset Inspection – Maintenance request or work order – CAD-GIS synchronisation – CAD-GIS model synchronisation – Third party data editing and data distribution  Morning Tea Break (10:25 am)
  • 4. Workshop Agenda:  CAD-GIS: Using Oracle for Integration – Mark Millman, Mizar  The Digital City / Vancouver Pilot – Dan Campbell, City of Vancouver  CAD-GIS Integration: The Bentley Perspective – Dave Shearon, Bentley Systems  CAD-GIS Integration Approaches with ARCGIS - Chris North, ESRI Canada  Wrap Up (12:00 noon)
  • 5. Case Study: CAD-GIS Integration at Ergon Energy, Queensland
  • 6. Where is Queensland? QUEENSLAND
  • 7. Comparison 944,735 sq km 1.730,648 sq km British Columbia and Queensland
  • 8. Ergon Energy’s Coverage
  • 9. Coverage and Customers  Servicing an area over 1 million square kilometres, with over 3,000 employees, assets worth over $3.4 billion, and powerlines stretching 140,000km.  Supplying electricity to over 480,000 residential customers and almost 100,000 industrial and commercial customers.
  • 10. Risk Management  The assets, including 150,000km of powerlines, one million power poles and 33 remote generating stations, are in some of Australia's most remote and inaccessible locations.
  • 11. Risk Management  Cyclones, floods, severe storms, lightning and bushfires can adversely affect the vast network and interrupt the power supply.
  • 12. Cyclone Larry – March 2006
  • 13. Cyclone Larry – March 2006
  • 14. Asset Design Background  Standard process for network design throughout  Standard format  Standard data sets  Standard compatible units  Common workflow & approvals  All designers were connected to Ergon’s Network
  • 15. GIS System  Citrix version of Smallworld 3.3 – Highly customised interface (continues to be updated) – Highly customised design manager – Smallworld FME to allow for export of data.
  • 16. What Changed?  Increase in workload – Population Growth – Industry Growth – Consumer demand growth  Contestability in construction – Full Retail Contestability (FRC) – Time delays to subdivisions were unacceptable  Aging workforce
  • 17. How Did That Change the Business?  Introduction of external designers – Design uses Ergon’s standard materials – Are accredited by Ergon – Design must by approved by Ergon – Work for Ergon – Have visibility of all of Ergon’s data  Introduction of contestable designers – Design uses Ergon’s standard materials – Are accredited by Ergon – Design must be approved by Ergon – Work for the Subdivider – Have limited visibility of Ergon’s data
  • 18. Possible CAD GIS Solutions  Design Specification for a Structured Format  FME for translation  Spatial Object Modeler  Supply a GIS Seat to the Designer  Rules Based CAD Environment
  • 19. Requirements for Tool  Minimal impact on the designer – AutoCAD was used by all external designers – All but 1 are running 2007 or greater – Some designers had developed custom tools already  Final design must match a Smallworld design – Same data – Symbology – Construction drawing  End to end design time must be similar – We don’t want to go backwards
  • 20. The CAD Design tool – System Design 36%
  • 21. THANKS! Andrew Bashfield, Principal Consultant, Stratelead andrew.bashfield@stratelead.com.au
  • 22. Andrew Bashfield – Principal Consultant andrew.bashfield@stratelead.com.au www.linkedin.com/in/andrewbashfield
  • 23. Automated CAD & GIS Integration for Better Asset Data Management