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Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
Introduction to Landmap - the geo-spatial service
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Landmap is funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) and is a Mimas (National Data Center, based at the University of Manchester) hosted service. Providing high quality spatial datasets …

Landmap is funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) and is a Mimas (National Data Center, based at the University of Manchester) hosted service. Providing high quality spatial datasets is the main aim of the service enhanced with a diverse range of learning materials to support their use.

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  • Logos are of our Data Suppliers
  • Optical &Thermal Collection: IncludesorthorectifiedLandsat 4/5; Landsat 7 and SPOT imagery, MediterraeanLandsat data, Colour Infrared; TopSat, Modern and Historic Aerial Photography; Thermal imagery. This data can be used to map vegetation cover, land use, crop health, and coastal sediment patternsElevation Collection: Includes 75m SRTM, 25m Landmap DTM, LiDAR data for many urban conurbations in the UK; 5m Bluesky DTM for England and Wales. This data can be used to create 3D models, model the effect of aspect on ecology.
  • RadarCollection: Includes ERS 1; ERS 2; ENVISAT ASAR (Image Mode, Alternating Polarisation, Wide Swath. Use Radar for regular imagery updates to monitor an area without the worry of cloud cover e.g. the intertidal beds of Morecambe BayFeature Collection: Includes Building Heights and Building Class data for the main conurbations in the UK. The data (in shapefile format) can be easily integrated into a GIS or Image Processing package e.g. Modelling the urban heat island effect
  • UKMap Applications include: Local Planning -Property mangement; Crime reduction; Urban designLand and Property - Urban planning; Commerical site investigation; Residential property searchEmergency Services - Operational planning; Crime location analysis; Route analysisEnivronmental Management - Tree preservation, Flood modelling, Carbon emission mappingThermal Imagery applications include:Building heat loss measurement Strategic climate change planningCommunity energy target settingSustainable community initiatives Fuel povery calculationsEnergy conservation programmesPlanning sub-surface heating systemsPipe line heat loss analysisBuilding maintenance and upgrade programmes
  • DMC – Disaster Monitoring Constellation data, contracts have been signed - 4m Panchromatic Imagery - 32m Multispectral Imagery - Applications: Crop Monitoring, Fire Risk Assessment, Land use change, Environmental Mapping - Available from March 2011ALOS PALSAR - Fine Beam Mode, PRISM & AVNIR available through Catergory 1 ESA Project - Data to be ordered in December 2010 - Processing Jan – Feb 2011 - Release through Kaia Mar 2011 – Apr 2011Scotland 5m DTM and 2m DSM - available from March 2011
  • Provides the OGC services required to start delivering data direct to desktop GIS and Remote Sensing softwares Further innovation will take place with exploring the use of Web Processing Services Further work on creation of themed Web Map Contexts Supplying the UKMap data through this interface using the extract functionality for exporting out as GML,KML or shapefile
  • Demo of LandmapKaia
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    • 1. Reaching New HorizonsIntroduction to Landmap<br />Kamie Kitmitto, Gail Millin-Chalabi, Jim Schumm, Yin Tun, Bharti Gupta, Joe Kandeh<br />
    • 2. Overview<br />Metadata Enhancements<br />Learning Zone<br />Benefits<br />Summary<br />Our Purpose<br />Data Collections<br />Current <br />Future acquisitions<br />LandmapKaia<br />Technological Innovation + Future Plans<br />
    • 3. Our Purpose<br />Providing web-based access to spatial data and learning materials for UK HE and FE<br />Landmap hosts a combination of remotely-sensed imagery and spatial information unique in UK academia.<br />Datasets are purchased from leading data providers licenses are negotiated and supplied to the academic community for free. <br />In many cases we add value to data before distribution.<br />
    • 4. Data Collections 1<br />Optical & Thermal<br />Elevation<br />Colour Infrared © Bluesky 2008<br />25m Landmap DTM © The University of Manchester/UCL, 2001<br />
    • 5. Data Collections 2<br />Radar<br />Feature<br />© ESA, 2004<br />Alternating Polarisation<br />Image Mode<br />Colour Infrared © Bluesky 2008<br />
    • 6. New Acquisitions<br />Thermal Imagery<br />© The GeoInformationGroup, 2009<br />Thermal image to show heat loss in urban areas<br />
    • 7. Just Acquired<br />DMC<br />ALOS PALSAR<br />Scotland DTM/DSM<br />DTM<br />Inverness<br />© ESA, 2008<br />DSM<br />Ben Nevis<br />Fine Beam Mode<br />
    • 8. Technological Innovation<br />Open Geospatial Standards (OGC) provide the bedrock of our web delivery<br />Landmap Kaia is a single access point for previewing our data collections via Web Map Service (WMS):<br />Landmap Kaia provides a portal for searching and previewing metadata through the Catalog Service for the Web (CS-W)<br />Downloading data from our collections<br />1) Download Original Data (for all data)<br />2) Download a subset of the data via Web Coverage Service (WCS)<br />3) Extract Features – download as GML, KML or Shapefile<br />
    • 9. LandmapKaia<br />A key UK academic Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) component, supporting the EU INSPIRE Directive and utilizing OGC standards<br />
    • 10. Metadata Enhancements project<br />Milestones<br />Sourcing, Creating, Updating and converting our Metadata for each individual data granule (over 250,000)<br />Adhering to ISO standards<br />Metadata are provided in an OGC CS-W catalogue Service available for harvesting by aggregators like Go-Geo<br />
    • 11. Learning Zone (LZ)<br />Airborne Imaging<br />Applying Heights<br />Mapping<br />Image Processing –<br />ENVI, Idrisi Kilimanjaro, ERDAS and PCI Geomatica<br />Radar Imaging<br />Classification Methods<br />New Courses <br /><ul><li>EU funded course for Carbon Accounting
    • 12. Python for ArcGIS
    • 13. New Object Oriented Classification Unit</li></li></ul><li>LZ Benefits<br />Increasing spatial literacy in UK<br />Undergraduates<br />CPD<br />Lecturers new to spatial data<br />FE<br />Capacity building in less traditional disciplines<br />Architecture<br />Planning<br />Engineering<br />Biology<br />Computer Science<br />Provide learning resources around Landmap Data Collections <br />Increase usage<br />Increase research impact by using spatial data adding a new dimension of investigation within non traditional disciplines<br />
    • 14. Summary<br />Landmap supports the UK academic community to access and use value-added satellite and airborne datasets for cutting edge research<br />Landmap is committed to obtain new learning materials to support teaching and learning. Our aim is to enable students from a wide range of disciplines to incorporate spatial data into their research<br /> Our data supports a wide range of applications such as:<br /><ul><li> Creation of realistic 3D models
    • 15. Modelling urban flood risk
    • 16. Discovery of historic landscapes
    • 17. Monitoring coastal changes including the intertidal bed
    • 18. Assessing vegetation change
    • 19. Crop monitoring
    • 20. Urban heat islands
    • 21. Mapping of urban green spaces and their erosion</li></li></ul><li>Thanks for Listening<br />

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