September 19–20, 2013 | Herwijnen, Netherlands
Geodesign Summit Europe
September 19–20, 2013 | Herwijnen, Netherlands
Jene van der Heide
“A spatial snapshot”
A boost for...
New roads in the Netherlands
• About 10 years; from plan to realisation – need for speed; revision of laws
• The A4 (7km l...
What are we talking about?
Uitgaven hoofdwegennet 2013
03.02 Verkenningen en
planuitw erkingen
15%
04.01 GIV/PPS
15%
06.01...
Planning procedures
Initiative Exploration Plan development MaintenanceRealization
Start Preference Final route Completion...
Challenge
• High and not always transparent costs on location based information;
• Not always logical (re-)use of location...
Use case Amsterdam
• Accessibility region under pressure / robust infrastructure / years 2020-2030
• Ministry of infrastru...
A spatial snapshot
Starting point: matching available (governmental) geo-information with information needs
What do we kno...
Nature and Landscape
Cultural history
Soil and subsidence
Land ownership
Noise
Topography
Spatial plans
Constraints and
opportunities
Severe pollution and
subsidence
Afbeelding 3 Begraafplaatsen binnen de buffer van de A7
Ceme...
Workplace
Benefits
• Lower investments in data, because one (governmental) investment in
organizing geo data is needed in stead of m...
Even more challenges
• Connecting BIM and environmental (open) data
• Quantifying the benefits of smart use of geo-informa...
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A spatial snapshot

  1. 1. September 19–20, 2013 | Herwijnen, Netherlands
  2. 2. Geodesign Summit Europe September 19–20, 2013 | Herwijnen, Netherlands Jene van der Heide “A spatial snapshot” A boost for infrastructural projects Linkedin: jenevanderheide Twitter: @jenevanderheide Email: jene.vanderheide@kadaster.nl www.kadaster.nl www.pdok.nl Twitter: @Het_Kadaster The Netherlands’ Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency -in short: Kadaster.
  3. 3. New roads in the Netherlands • About 10 years; from plan to realisation – need for speed; revision of laws • The A4 (7km long) is the winner: started in the fifties, in 2013 €641mln available for realisation
  4. 4. What are we talking about? Uitgaven hoofdwegennet 2013 03.02 Verkenningen en planuitw erkingen 15% 04.01 GIV/PPS 15% 06.01 Apparaatskosten RWS 13% 02 Beheer, onderhoud en vervanging 15% 03.01 Realisatie 39% 01 Verkeersmanagement 1% 06.02 Overige netw erkgebonden kosten 2% Total length 138.199 km National roads 5.191 km Budget on national roads 2013 0.41 bn 1.04 bn 0.41 bn 0.42 bn 0.37 bn 188 projectsYear 2014: 2.8bn
  5. 5. Planning procedures Initiative Exploration Plan development MaintenanceRealization Start Preference Final route Completion 1. 2. 3. 4. A A A’ A’’ A’ A’ A’ Bo-Rijk-Regio Draft initiative document Alternatives development Judge initiatives Decisionmaking initiatives Participation Determination effects Participation and decisionmaking Completion key Contract and construct Main activities Phase Decision times Various scenarios Validation 20 meter200 meter 2 kilometer 0 5 10 15 20 25 Costdevelopment
  6. 6. Challenge • High and not always transparent costs on location based information; • Not always logical (re-)use of location based information; • Area development, instead of one road; • Fact based policymaking; • Changing roles between government and market parties (BIM, DBFM, ...) • The political and social challenge to realise faster and better infrastructures Time / phase information
  7. 7. Use case Amsterdam • Accessibility region under pressure / robust infrastructure / years 2020-2030 • Ministry of infrastructure, province NH and city region Amsterdam need help: - Research on possible solutions - Showstoppers, constraints, opportunities.....”kosten olifanten” - Path of the least resistence Amsterdam Hoorn Alkmaar Haarlem Purmerend
  8. 8. A spatial snapshot Starting point: matching available (governmental) geo-information with information needs What do we know about the area? Land ownership Landscape, Nature Cultural history Soil Noise Topography Networks of cables and pipelines Spatial plans ... Housing plans Planned and existing industrial area / offices / ... Compaction public transport Basic network commercial shipping and 'Staande Mast Routes' Reconstruction regional networks Bulbfields Strategic reserve Schiphol industrial area Strategic reserve areadevelopment Schiphol RoDS Existing built-up area Spatial plans
  9. 9. Nature and Landscape
  10. 10. Cultural history
  11. 11. Soil and subsidence
  12. 12. Land ownership
  13. 13. Noise
  14. 14. Topography
  15. 15. Spatial plans
  16. 16. Constraints and opportunities Severe pollution and subsidence Afbeelding 3 Begraafplaatsen binnen de buffer van de A7 Cemeteries Natura 2000, National Ecological Network
  17. 17. Workplace
  18. 18. Benefits • Lower investments in data, because one (governmental) investment in organizing geo data is needed in stead of multiple times during multiple project phases by multiple parties; • Accepted information source for all participants (common operational picture); • Visual based information instead of spreadsheet data; • Instant feedback on constraints and possibilities; • The spatial snapshot is an example of fact based policymaking; • Link between government and market parties
  19. 19. Even more challenges • Connecting BIM and environmental (open) data • Quantifying the benefits of smart use of geo-information....and BIM • 3D/4D • Transboundary projects (highways, waterways, cables and pipes, ...) • Knowledge about the (open) data • Increasing accessibility and usability of (geo-)data • Information manager in infrastructural projects • Geo data infrastructure and the revision of environment & planning laws
  20. 20. Thank you for your attention
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