Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: Real-Time Data Acquisitions - Dynamic GIS
Intergraph & Dynamic GISIntergraph Corporation, Security, Government & Infrastructure Division (SG&I)Joe Bob PenorStaff ScientistGeospatial Operations: GIS Product Line Specialist
The World is Changing Rikuzentakata, Japan – March 11 2011 Magnitude 9.0 earthquake. 15341 dead. 8298 missing. $300 Billion in damages. 125,000 buildings destroyed
The World is Changing Tuscaloosa, Alabama – April 27 2011 190 mph winds. 1.5 mile wide path of destruction. Path of 80.3 miles. 61 dead.
The World is Changing Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee – May 10 2011 1,300 buildings destroyed. 13% of U.S petroleum refinery output was disrupted.
The World is Changing Joplin, Missouri – May 22 2011 225 mph winds. 138 dead. 25% of Joplin Destroyed. $1 Billion in damages.
The Hexagon Approach “Our rationale is to provide the entire measurement cycle and deliver real-time information to our customers about their business and associated activities” Ola Rollen President and CEO – Hexagon AB 6
GIS Market Development 2000 - 2010High Accuracy P R O “Static GIS” F E S S I “Google” O N GIS A L G I SLow Accuracy Slow updates Rapid Updates
GIS Market Development 2010 and BeyondHigh Accuracy Moving FORWARD P R Solutions * (Sensors + Software) = O F “Dynamic GIS” E S S I “Google” O N GIS A L G I SLow Accuracy Slow Updates Rapid Updates
Recipe for Success = Sensors + Software + Solutions Sensors Software Data Feeds the Information Processes, extracts, Information Cloud manages and delivers Cloud valuable information from the information cloud Workflow Solutions Rapidly deliver reliable and actionable 5D information to users across vertical markets as cost effective solutions to solve market problems
Lifecycle of Geo-InformationThe Dynamic Earth: Sensors• Drives demand for information Satellite; Airborne; Terrestrial• Drives demand for data• Drives demand an integrated solution Produce or Desktop Software Buy Data Producers Search Performed; Server Software Information Not Data/IT Available Managers Request is Made Web & Mobile Users & Consumers The Earth Changes – New Information Required
Measuring and Understanding Our Dynamic Earth Geospatial Information Value Chain Capture Process Share Deliver
Dynamic Information Lifecycle Capture Process Share Deliver Valuable Information Web Server High Value Return on Investment GIS Remote Sensing Photogrammetry Sensors Low Value Intergraph Geospatial Information Value Chain
Dynamic Information Lifecycle # of A Few Group Department Enterprise World ValuableUsers Information Web Server High Value Return on Investment GIS Remote Sensing Photogrammetry Sensors Low Value Intergraph Geospatial Information Value Chain
Dynamic Information Lifecycle Land Cover Stereo Earth Information Pixels AnalysisRaw Ortho Enterprise GeoPortal Valuable Point MapsData DTM Workflows Mobile Information Clouds Databases Features Reports Web Server High Value Return on Investment GIS Remote Sensing Photogrammetry Sensors Low Value Intergraph Geospatial Information Value Chain
Dynamic GIS Description Geospatial data is the fuel that flows through the pipe of the information lifecycle. Change on the earth‟s surface is the „spark‟ that ignites the fuel. The fuel flows through the geospatial information lifecycle „pipe‟. The pipe is connects the four engines „capture – process – share – deliver‟ of the lifecycle Each engine pumps „value added date and information‟ through the pipe to the next engine. The results is „AAA‟ value added information. This process drives the Dynamic GIS 16
The Geospatial EcosystemField Mapping & Update Users & Consumers Airborne Sensors Intranet/InternetSatellite Sensor Information Web Data GIS Products Services Photogrammetry Data IT Data Terrestrial Sensors Data Server Data CAD Remote Engineering Sensing Utilities Spatial Database Geo-Portals
Geospatial Workflow Data Information Delivering Dynamic Geospatial Accurate Earth Portfolio Authoritative Actionable Dynamic Information 19
The Triple „AAA‟ Standard for Success„A‟ccurateUsing robust and rigorous mathematical and scientific approaches, geospatial products need to have thecapability to create and produce highly accurate geospatial data and information products. This includesthe use of rigorous sensor models and scientific remote sensing, photogrammetry and GIS modelingtechniques.„A‟uthoritativeGeospatial data and information products produced need to be open and standard based making thedata more valuable, accessible, reliable and the foundation for making mission and life critical decisions.Leading edge analysis tools drill into data to derive authoritative information.„A‟ctionableYour software products need to create „on demand‟ information, delivered directly to decision makers overthe web and to mobile devices. Data and information products created need to be „Vendor Neutral‟ usingOGC/ISO standards so that multiple software applications are „Decision Ready‟. 20
Intergraph Geospatial Portfolio Remote Web MobileClients GIS Photogrammetry Sensing Mapping MappingIntranet/ Intranet/ Internet Internet Data Management Discovery Services Delivery Services Enterprise Services Services Security & Administration Geospatial ServerServer Geospatial Data Web Editing Geo- Management SDI Web Mapping & Workflow Processing & Delivery Optimization Data & WebServices Web Services Geospatial Database Geospatial Data 21 (Imagery, Features, Terrain)
Key Messages Our earth and its physical, human and social geography are changing at a rapid pace Our customers job is to rapidly understand, react and influence that change. Geospatial technologies are critical to obtaining accurate, authoritative and actionable information about our dynamic earth. Intergraph is the only company in the world that has ALL the geospatial products needed to address the entire Dynamic GIS information lifecycle.