CAD GIS Integration Workshop

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Automated CAD & GIS Integration for Better Asset Data Management

By Andrew Bashfield, Principal Consultant, Stratelead

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CAD GIS Integration Workshop

  1. 1. Automated CAD & GIS Integration for Better Asset Data Management
  2. 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. 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. 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. 5. Case Study: CAD-GIS Integration at Ergon Energy, Queensland
  6. 6. Where is Queensland? QUEENSLAND
  7. 7. Comparison 944,735 sq km 1.730,648 sq km British Columbia and Queensland
  8. 8. Ergon Energy’s Coverage
  9. 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. 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. 11. Risk Management  Cyclones, floods, severe storms, lightning and bushfires can adversely affect the vast network and interrupt the power supply.
  12. 12. Cyclone Larry – March 2006
  13. 13. Cyclone Larry – March 2006
  14. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 20. The CAD Design tool – System Design 36%
  21. 21. THANKS! Andrew Bashfield, Principal Consultant, Stratelead andrew.bashfield@stratelead.com.au
  22. 22. Andrew Bashfield – Principal Consultant andrew.bashfield@stratelead.com.au www.linkedin.com/in/andrewbashfield
  23. 23. Automated CAD & GIS Integration for Better Asset Data Management

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