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  • 1. Mapping Fire Trails for Online Access Fungis Annual Conference Cairns, 6th June 2012 Tani Cooper, Senior GIS Officer Atherton Tablelands Geographic Information ServicesATGIS is part of Tablelands Regional Council
  • 2. The Mapping Totals • 58 days of field mapping • 924 kilometres of trail • 1481 points of interest • 670 points have imagery
  • 3. NQWMP Northern QueenslandWildfire Mitigation Project
  • 4. NQWMP 2010-2012‘Strand 6’ • Upgrade and extension into the Townsville rural operations area • Fire Management Group support • Training on website use • Improved user administration procedures
  • 5. NQWMP 2010-2012Fire Trails Project
  • 6. NQWMP 2010-2012Fire Trails Project • Mapping of Fire Management infrastructure across Northern Queensland • Collect data from stakeholders • Integrate into a single dataset • Present the data on the ‘Wildfire’ website
  • 7. The Grand Total for our Datasets • 5,897 kilometres of trail • 24,726 points of interest
  • 8. Fire Trials MappingPreparation • Data Collection Standards • Data Collection Forms • Equipment • Vehicle
  • 9. Fire Trials MappingOrganisation • 55 Priority Brigade Areas identified • Over 70 People Contacted • Members of 32 RFS Brigades Volunteered their time • 7 ‘Other’ Agencies
  • 10. Fire Trials MappingHold Ups and Hazards• Incessant Rainfall• Cyclone Yasi• Spitting Camels; Snapping Dogs; Swearing Landholders; Boisterous Cows• The tracks themselves!
  • 11. The Website - wildfire2.atgis.com.au
  • 12. The Website-http://wildfire2.atgis.com.au
  • 13. The Website-http://wildfire2.atgis.com.auATGIS is part of Tablelands Regional Council
  • 14. ATGIS is part of Tablelands Regional Council
  • 15. ATGIS is part of Tablelands Regional Council
  • 16. ATGIS is part of Tablelands Regional Council
  • 17. ATGIS is part of Tablelands Regional Council
  • 18. ATGIS is part of Tablelands Regional Council
  • 19. ATGIS is part of Tablelands Regional Council
  • 20. Creating Custom Layers• Publish custom layers directly for immediate reference by other users• Submit data to ATGIS for inclusion in master datasets• Import GPS object data (via GPX file upload)• Download SHP file of custom layer• Digitise objects online
  • 21. Creating Custom Layers
  • 22. Creating Custom Layers
  • 23. New User Administration Procedures
  • 24. Acknowledgements• The ATGIS Team• Our Website Developers (BI)• The Rural Fire Service volunteers who assisted us in the field• Agencies/organisations that contributed data to the project
  • 25. Questions? wildfire2@atgis.com.au