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Geobi Project - fossa2010


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GeoBI Initiative …

GeoBI Initiative
Andrea Gioia, Emmanuel Belo
Open Data
The open source location intelligence ecosystem

Engineering Group, Camptocamp

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  • 1. Open SourceLocation Intelligence
  • 2. GeoBI Initiative the open source location intelligence ecosystem andrea.gioia (AT - Engineeringyves.jacolin (AT – Camptocamp November 9, 2010 - Grenoble
  • 3. Agenda Location Intelligence • Short intro GeoBI Initiative • What (mission & principles) • Why (driver, barrier & goals) • Who (members) • When (Birthdate & roadmap) DEMO • GeoReport • GeoOlap
  • 4. Before to start… Aldo Risolvo on Flickr :
  • 5. …what is Location Intelligence? Location Intelligence is the capacity to combining spatial data with other business data in order to gain critical insights, make better decisions and optimize important processes and applications Source:
  • 6. Example: thematic maps Thematic maps are maps that tell a story about a place more than merely describe where something is located in space Source: From Place to Space: The Psychological Achievement in Thematic Mapping, Barbara Petchenik. 1979 - American Cartographer 1 Barbara Petchenik (1979).
  • 7. #1 - WHATReynolds on Flickr :
  • 8. GeoBI Inititative GeoBI Initiative is an open community (composed by companies, organizations, and individuals) built upon a common aim: make open source Location Intelligence adoption pervasive
  • 9. Key Principles All members shares the following key principles: • new value proposition • separation of concerns • incremental growth • low TCO Brenda Clarke on Flickr :
  • 10. #2 - WHYReynolds on Flickr :
  • 11. Internal drivers (there’s the market) Growing awareness of location-enabled services Spatial data are pervasive “80% of all data stored in corporate databases have a spatial component” An introduction to GIS: linking maps to databases - Franklin&Al. Better business decisions “Everything is related to everything else, but near things are more related than distant things” First law of geography - Waldo Tobler Valorize a dormient asset
  • 12. External drivers (there’s the technology)
  • 13. …but there are also barriers :( JarkkoS on Flickr :
  • 14. Lack of integration Strategical barrier Cultural barrier It’s not easy to balance Geo and BI cooperation at the technology level two world coming and together competition at the market level (ignorance & misperceptions)
  • 15. Breaking adoption barriers GeoBI Initiative has been set up to • improve the coordination work in the LI area • disseminate BI & GIS knowledge • promote BI & GIS integration • strengthen connections among members • create a research network • turn research results into applications. Break LI adoption/integration barriers through integration & evangelization
  • 16. #3 - WHOReynolds on Flickr :
  • 17. Geographical map Source:
  • 18. Technological mapStandards SW Repository Presentation Layer BI Suite Analytical Engines Service Layer Spatial DBMS Spatial ETL Spatial Data
  • 19. Technological mapStandards SW Repository Presentation Layer BI Suite Analytical Engines Service Layer Spatial DBMS Spatial ETL Spatial Data
  • 20. New members are welcome!Tom Magliery on Flickr -
  • 21. #4 - WHENtakomabibelot on Flickr :
  • 22. 7/7/2010 We’re just born… …but we’re growing fast Masashi Mochida: macinate:
  • 23. Roadmap Members: • GeoExt 1.0 • Ingres 10.1 • SOLAP Layers 2.0 • SpagoBI 3.0 (GeoMondrian & GeoReport) • Gèo+ Initiative: • Call for partecipation • Webinars & whitepapers • Eventstakomabibelot on Flickr :
  • 24. DEMO National Library NZ on The Commons on Flickr :
  • 25. DEMO1: GeoReport GeoRreport is a geographical extension of traditional reporting systems. It allows to plot every kind of dataset directly on a map (i.e. multidimensional data model is not required)
  • 26. DEMO1: GeoReport an example of collaboration Originally created by INOVA Based on Mapfish and GeoExt projects backed by Camptocamp Integrated into SpagoBI Suite by Engineering The demo I’m going to show has been made by Altic
  • 27. DEMO1: GeoReport in action
  • 28. DEMO1: GeoReport in action
  • 29. DEMO2: GeoOLAP GeoOLAP is a geographical extension of traditional OLAP systems. It allows to dynamically slice, dice and drill through data (i.e. multidimensional data model is required)
  • 30. DEMO2: GeoOLAP an example of collaboration Demo made by Camptocamp Based on GeoMondrian projects backed by Spatialytics
  • 31. DEMO2: GeoOLAP in action
  • 32. DEMO2: GeoOLAP in action
  • 33. Q&A
  • 34. Thanks
  • 35. Links /spagoworld
  • 36. Licence Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike Source: