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  • Welcome and introduction
  • Humans have shared data since the first time some caveman in France drew a map on a wall where hunting was good.
  • The the complexity of sharing data grew until it required balding men flipping switches at computers with women pushing buttons in the background.
  • Then came the internet solves all our problems, doesn’t it?
  • Sharing spatial data has been difficult
  • Making data discoverable and available is very difficult
  • SDIs get all the press for GeoWeb sharing
  • The portals are set up to discover datasets that are national or global in nature
  • Datasets are aimed at government policies
  • When my company can share data across the street with another, then I know the GeoWeb has been successful. Having to negotiate across national data sharing sites doesn’t allow collaboration.
  • Mapping, Engineering, Architecture
  • Architects can share data directly with Cities and with Businesses. Because this is the GeoWeb Conference, we use a Coffee Shop example.
  • File formats become really important with smaller organizations
  • File formats become really important with smaller organizations
  • File formats become really important with smaller organizations
  • File formats become really important with smaller organizations
  • File formats become really important with smaller organizations
  • File formats become really important with smaller organizations
  • Engineering document management has evolved from a map and plan room, which may well have been orderly, to more-than-often a hodgepodge of up-to-date and outdated electronic storage arrangements. Sometimes these are off-the-shelf storage repositories purchased at great expense from the leaders in the engineering field, and sometimes it is simply a home-grown database solution. These newer solution sets are not serving the customers well in many instances.
  • Engineering document management has evolved from a map and plan room, which may well have been orderly, to more-than-often a hodgepodge of up-to-date and outdated electronic storage arrangements. Sometimes these are off-the-shelf storage repositories purchased at great expense from the leaders in the engineering field, and sometimes it is simply a home-grown database solution. These newer solution sets are not serving the customers well in many instances.
  • We offer a remedy to the high expense or the lack of any affordable, effective solution: WeoGeo &#x201C;Library&#x201D;. This is a web-interface-based content management system oriented around geo coordinates. <br /> <br /> &#x201C;The WeoGeo Library is your system of record.Lower costs and increase efficiency with the WeoGeo web-based Library system. Either on-site or off-site, your organization can have one, easy-to-use library of all your geospatial data. Surveyors, engineers, cartographers, scientists, and architects can quickly store, search, modify, and move raster, CAD, and GIS mapping content inside and outside your organization&#x201D;
  • We offer a remedy to the high expense or the lack of any affordable, effective solution: WeoGeo &#x201C;Library&#x201D;. This is a web-interface-based content management system oriented around geo coordinates. <br /> <br /> &#x201C;The WeoGeo Library is your system of record.Lower costs and increase efficiency with the WeoGeo web-based Library system. Either on-site or off-site, your organization can have one, easy-to-use library of all your geospatial data. Surveyors, engineers, cartographers, scientists, and architects can quickly store, search, modify, and move raster, CAD, and GIS mapping content inside and outside your organization&#x201D;
  • We offer a remedy to the high expense or the lack of any affordable, effective solution: WeoGeo &#x201C;Library&#x201D;. This is a web-interface-based content management system oriented around geo coordinates. <br /> <br /> &#x201C;The WeoGeo Library is your system of record.Lower costs and increase efficiency with the WeoGeo web-based Library system. Either on-site or off-site, your organization can have one, easy-to-use library of all your geospatial data. Surveyors, engineers, cartographers, scientists, and architects can quickly store, search, modify, and move raster, CAD, and GIS mapping content inside and outside your organization&#x201D;

Enableing the GeoWeb with Small Organizations Enableing the GeoWeb with Small Organizations Presentation Transcript

  • Enabling the GeoWeb with Small Organizations James Fee
  • The GeoWeb: So easy a caveman could do it.
  • photo credit: The Machine is Us Blog
  • Spatial Data on the Information Superhighway
  • Spatial Data on the Information Superhighway
  • The Age of the SDI Sharing data at the national level
  • Large complex portals Text
  • Large Complex Datasets
  • Moving Beyond the SDI Focus on sharing has • z been on large national governments
  • Moving Beyond the SDI High value sharing and •z collaboration is with smaller organizations
  • Demographics Evacuation Planning Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Roadway Planning Survey Oil and Gas Exploration Civil Engineering
  • Site Master Plan City Planners Photo Credits Flickr/Famresearch2009 & The Coffee Shop Flickr/visualpanic
  • Site Master Plan City Planners Photo Credits Flickr/Famresearch2009 & The Coffee Shop Flickr/visualpanic
  • DWG photo credit: Flickr/ibcbulk
  • DWG SHP photo credit: Flickr/ibcbulk
  • DWG SHP photo credit: Flickr/ibcbulk GeoRSS
  • &
  • Professional Geo Data: Past & Present The Past The Present 100s – 1,000s of files >1 GB in size in proprietary file formats
  • What’s the Problem? = $150,000 Software Licenses / Maintenance + Hardware + IT Staff to Administer
  • The Future: WeoGeo  Define Spatial Search Area
  • The Future: WeoGeo  Refine Search Criteria
  • The Future: WeoGeo  Choose Data Set
  • The Future: WeoGeo  Preview Data Set
  • The Future: WeoGeo
  • The Future: WeoGeo  Order Data Set
  • No “Geek Squad” available Photo credit: the ‘bee log
  • FME Engines “in the Cloud” http://wiki.weogeo.com/index.php/QuadKey_Contour_Tiles
  • FME Engines “in the Cloud” http://wiki.weogeo.com/index.php/QuadKey_Contour_Tiles
  • Results  Open stack, based on standards  Virtual and Scalable  Simple and Effective  “Hurricane-proof”  GNOCDC embracing change
  • Thank You James Fee email: jfee@weogeo.com twitter: @cageyjames blog: http://www.spatiallyadjusted.com mobile: 480.225.2287