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Presentation at MISA 2012 Conference, Harrison, B.C., Canada

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Misa 2012

  1. 1. A new paradigm for managing municipal spatial informationBern Szukalskibszukalski@esri.com@bernszukalski
  2. 2. GIS increases in value with availability Delivering GIS to more users and communities adds value
  3. 3. Who needs geographic information? View Geographic Information Navigate Print Consumers Knowledge Ad-hoc Exploration Add data Integrate Workers Interrogate Present GIS Analysts Data creation Data management Author maps, layers, tools Publish maps, layers, tools Analysis ArcGIS GIS serves broad audiences, needs, and workflows
  4. 4. In the beginning…
  5. 5. Information access has been transformed
  6. 6. Many factors have converged Changing the way we use, share, and make maps • Evolving hardware and platforms • Organizations and needs • Data models, templates • Internet, Web • Standards • Social Media • Mobile devices • Cloud • …. Enabling integration and participation
  7. 7. GIS has evolved to support new patternsAs technology and organizations evolve Enterprise Pervasive Desktop Server Federated Cloud / Web GIS Devices Desktop Mobile Web Individuals Workgroups Organizations emerging Making GIS and geographic knowledge easier, open, and available
  8. 8. ArcGIS is a complete systemFor managing and working with geographic information • Online Cloud • Server Web • Desktop Enterprise • Mobile/devices Mobile • Content Desktop Desktop Many deployment options – In the cloud and on-premises
  9. 9. ArcGIS OnlineA cloud-based content management system • Store, manage maps, apps, data securely • Create maps and apps • Publish and share • Collaborate
  10. 10. ArcGIS Online is a new GIS patternAn cloud platform for delivery maps and geographic information Cloud / Web Desktops/Servers EnterpriseIntegrating traditionalGIS patterns with new patterns
  11. 11. ArcGIS online integrates geospatial informationLeveraging the cloud and standards Maps Spreadsheets Social Media Big Data Services DBMS Sensor Networks Imagery
  12. 12. Intelligent web maps support information deliveryCan be used anywhere, on any device Configurable Apps Smartphones Any Device Tablets Websites & Blogs Desktop One Map Viewers ArcGIS OnlineEmpowers users and customers with easy-to-use web-enabled content
  13. 13. Organizations are rapidly adopting this pattern1.5B 1.3 billion maps 60 million / day 50 TB – 200 TB1B500M0
  14. 14. Authoritative contentBasemapsReference layersDemographicTemplates The foundation and building blocks for making maps and apps
  15. 15. Community maps programTopographicImageryStreets The foundation and building blocks for making maps and apps
  16. 16. Cloud ServicesNo additional software, hardwareFeatures and tilesElastic, reliable, securePublish directly from your desktop or the Web
  17. 17. Easily add your dataOpen, standards-basedFiles or servicesConfigure pop-upsEnable editing
  18. 18. Mapping applicationsReady-to-useConfigurableCustom (APIs)Any platform (mobile, web, tablet)Use by anyone, anywhere, on any device
  19. 19. Microsoft Office integrationDrag and drop spreadsheetsMake and use maps in ExcelUse maps in PowerPointContributeEnable GIS and self-service mapping for your organization
  20. 20. Microsoft Office integration
  21. 21. Management toolsUser roles and assetsSharing and groupsMonitoringAccess and security
  22. 22. Security and ownershipSecure design principles (app, network, facilities, ops)Certified cloud infrastructureSecure user authenticationYou retain ownershipConfigurable application securityOn-premises options for advanced security
  23. 23. Supports key patterns
  24. 24. Organization Cloud
  25. 25. Organization Cloud ArcGIS.comPublic Access
  26. 26. Organization Cloud Portal for ArcGIS On-premises ArcGIS.com FirewallPublic Access
  27. 27. Organization Cloud Portal for ArcGIS On-premises ArcGIS.com FirewallPublic Access
  28. 28. ArcGIS OnlineDemonstration