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Timmons Group ESRI Replication Solutions

  1. 1. Automated Data Integration and Sharing <br />To Support the Harrisonburg Rockingham Emergency Communications Center and the Commonwealth of Virginia<br />
  2. 2. Rockingham County<br />Location, Location, Location <br />Harrisonburg City / Rockingham County Combined Emergency Communications Center (HRECC)<br />Located in the central Shenandoah Valley along the Interstate 81 corridor.<br />
  3. 3. Coverage Area & Responsibility <br />HRECC<br /><ul><li>Regional PSAP responsible for Police, Fire & Rescue communications covering 9 jurisdictions and state and federal lands.
  4. 4. Geographic area of responsibility of over 870 sq. miles.
  5. 5. Mutual aid to adjoining localities.</li></li></ul><li>E-911 / GIS Integration Timeline<br />GOAL: <br />To provide a complete,<br />emergency services relevant, <br />data set to the HRECC<br />2007<br />Multi-jurisdictional GIS data set utilized<br />County produces & maintains town GIS data<br />HRECC acquires integrated map display system<br /><ul><li>PlantCML
  6. 6. Conversion of City GIS data to match County data model</li></ul>Assure jurisdictional data standards<br />1996 <br />GIS data provided to HRECC for map display<br /><ul><li>Proprietary, non-integrated </li></ul>map display system<br /><ul><li>Development of road centerlines, structures & addresses
  7. 7. No data for towns</li></ul>911 addressing project<br />
  8. 8. The Current Concern<br />9-1-1 dispatchers are often attempting to locate streets and geographic references made by a 9-1-1 caller, but not showing on their map display.<br />This impacts the 9-1-1 dispatcher’s ability to effectively determine a wireless 9-1-1 caller’s location.<br />
  9. 9. The Current Concern<br /><ul><li>9-1-1 Caller references a new private street where a traffic crash occurred.
  10. 10. Enhanced 9-1-1 system correctly plots the caller’s location using Phase 2 compliant information.
  11. 11. Dispatcher’s map display shows a field with no streets or addressed structures.</li></ul>9-1-1 Dispatcher’s display often showing out-of-date GIS data.<br />2002 Imagery Courtesy VGIN <br />
  12. 12. The Current Concern<br /><ul><li>9-1-1 Caller references a new private street where a traffic crash occurred.
  13. 13. GIS data has been updated to show the new streets, structures and address but those updates have not yet been given to the call center.</li></ul>Current GIS data showing new streets, houses, addresses and fire hydrants.<br />2002 Imagery Courtesy VGIN <br />
  14. 14. E-911 / GIS Integration Timeline<br />GOAL: <br />To provide a complete,<br />emergency services relevant, <br />data set to the HRECC<br />FUTURE<br /><ul><li> Automated data transfer
  15. 15. Near real-time updates
  16. 16. Regional datasets
  17. 17. Standard data models
  18. 18. Interoperability</li></ul>PRESENT<br />Multi-jurisdictional GIS data set utilized<br />County produces & maintains town GIS data<br />HRECC acquires integrated map display system<br /><ul><li>PlantCML
  19. 19. Conversion of City GIS data to match County data model</li></ul>Assure jurisdictional data standards<br />1996 <br />GIS data provided to HRECC for map display<br /><ul><li>Proprietary, non-integrated </li></ul>map display system<br /><ul><li>Development of road centerlines, structures & addresses
  20. 20. No data for towns</li></ul>911 addressing project<br />
  21. 21. Current E-911 / GIS Integration<br />No connectivity<br />HRECC<br />No connectivity<br />County GIS<br />(with town data)<br />City GIS<br />Data<br />Compatible<br />Current locality GIS data transfer method is Manual and has many risk points<br />Inefficient process of GIS data updated from locality to HRECC dispatch<br />Results in data currency and completeness issues<br />
  22. 22. E-911 / GIS Integration Future<br />GOAL: <br />To provide a complete,<br />emergency services relevant, <br />data set to the HRECC<br />FUTURE<br /><ul><li> Automated data transfer
  23. 23. Near real-time updates
  24. 24. Regional datasets
  25. 25. Standard data models
  26. 26. Interoperability</li></ul>Multi-jurisdictional GIS data set utilized<br />1996 PRESENT<br />County produces & maintains town GIS data<br />HRECC acquires integrated map display system<br /><ul><li>PlantCML
  27. 27. Conversion of City GIS data to match County data model</li></ul>Assure jurisdictional data standards<br /><ul><li>Proprietary, non-integrated </li></ul> map display system<br />GIS data provided to HRECC for map display<br /><ul><li>Development of road centerlines, structures & addresses
  28. 28. No data for towns</li></ul>911 addressing project<br />
  29. 29. The Project Objective<br /><ul><li>Develop a method to streamline providing the HRECC with near-real-time geospatial updates of critical infrastructure and address layers.
  30. 30. Consolidate disparate data sets and facilitate the consumption of data by the HRECC’s Plant/CML map system.</li></ul>9-1-1<br />Dispatch<br />Workstation<br />9-1-1<br />Dispatch<br />Workstation<br />9-1-1<br />Dispatch<br />Workstation<br />
  31. 31. The Project Approach<br /><ul><li>Secure an industry aware GIS consultant to analyze the local GIS Divisions and determine best method for automated data transfer and integration.
  32. 32. Establish a private, secure network between the HRECC, Rockingham County and Harrisonburg.
  33. 33. Collaborate with Plant/CML to develop a procedure for data input into the HRECC mapping solution.
  34. 34. Design, test and</li></ul> optimize the system. <br />
  35. 35. The Project Approach<br /><ul><li>Research and understand the problem!
  36. 36. Organize a project team among the localities, the HRECC, the consultant, and the Virginia Geographic Information Network (VGIN)
  37. 37. Create a Functional Requirements Document!
  38. 38. Detailed situational analysis
  39. 39. Outline the current state and the target state
  40. 40. Determine potential uses of the proposed technology by or among other 9-1-1 call centers and VGIN.</li></li></ul><li>The Project Process<br />Functional<br />Requirements<br />Definition<br />(FRD)<br />Identify the Business requirements and ability to support those requirements with existing resources, ID Gaps<br />Develop<br />Work processes<br />&<br />Applications<br />Define and develop Work process, Data flow, and Applications<br />System<br />Implementation, Testing, Training<br />Install Systems, Test connectivity, Train users<br />
  41. 41. Determining User Requirements<br /><ul><li>4 Areas of Requirements Focus</li></ul>Data<br />Workflow<br />Software Applications<br />System Infrastructure<br />
  42. 42. The Solution - Concept<br /><ul><li>ESRI ArcServer data Replication at the HRECC and State
  43. 43. This option facilitates regional data sharing among localities, 9-1-1 call centers, and VGIN.
  44. 44. Establishes a technology framework for communication.
  45. 45. Automates the update process</li></ul> and reduces risk points.<br />State<br />Agencies <br />VGIN<br />Locality Data<br />ECC(s)<br />
  46. 46. The Solution - Concept<br />Database replication / synchronization establishes a relationship between databases that will allow seamless, instant updates<br />
  47. 47. The Solution - Framework<br />Framework designed <br />For all Levels of Local Government GIS / PSAP Capability<br />To with work with all major Dispatch / Mapping systems<br />
  48. 48. The Solution – Work process<br />Use GeoProcessing tasks to evaluate and integrate data<br />
  49. 49. The Solution - Source<br />Automated process occurs nightly<br /><ul><li>Checks for users
  50. 50. Evaluates data for conflicts
  51. 51. Reconciles and posts changes
  52. 52. Compresses
  53. 53. Automated data conversion</li></li></ul><li>The Solution - Source<br />Reconciliation dataflow<br /><ul><li>Combines changes from multiple user versions
  54. 54. Analyzes resulting data file to insure integrity</li></ul>Reconciliation Data Flow<br />
  55. 55. The Solution - Source<br />Connected User Report<br />Automated Issue reporting<br /><ul><li>Creates event log
  56. 56. Issues report emailed to user
  57. 57. Process continues for non critical issues</li></ul>Reconcile Conflict Report<br />
  58. 58. The Solution - Target<br />Automated Integration process occurs nightly<br /><ul><li>Checks for schema changes
  59. 59. Synchronizes data
  60. 60. QCs data for export
  61. 61. Creates export data
  62. 62. QCs export data file
  63. 63. Pushes data to users</li></li></ul><li>The Solution - Target<br />Synchronize Data Flow<br />Synchronization dataflow<br /><ul><li>Compares Source and replica schema
  64. 64. Performs synchronization to parent
  65. 65. Integrates synchronized files</li></li></ul><li>The Solution - Target<br />Automated Issue reporting<br /><ul><li>Creates event log
  66. 66. Issues report emailed to user
  67. 67. Process STOPS for critical issues</li></ul>Export Error Report<br />
  68. 68. The Solution - Target<br />Automated schema updates<br /><ul><li>Reports to locality
  69. 69. User accepts/rejects changes
  70. 70. Updates parent replica schema
  71. 71. Synchronizes changes</li></ul>Automated Schema Update<br />Data Flow<br />
  72. 72. The Solution - Target<br />Schema Change Report<br />Schema change report<br /><ul><li>Creates event log
  73. 73. Reports emailed to user
  74. 74. Process continues for non critical issues</li></li></ul><li>The Solution - Connectivity<br />Maximized use of Existing Systems Infrastructure<br />
  75. 75. The Results<br /><ul><li>Automated integration delivery of Data to HRECC and State
  76. 76. Reduces time of providing updated data for emergency response throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.</li></li></ul><li>The Results – Rockingham County Source<br />ArcSDE multi-user editing environment<br /><ul><li>Daily data updates
  77. 77. Roads, Parcels, Structure points, addressing
  78. 78. Emergency response
  79. 79. Response areas
  80. 80. Draft sites/ Dams
  81. 81. Communication towers
  82. 82. Daily Data Replication from other localities </li></li></ul><li>The Results – Harrisonburg City Source<br /><ul><li>ArcSDE environment
  83. 83. Occasional updates
  84. 84. Roads, Parcels, Structure roof prints / GPS foundation, addressing
  85. 85. Emergency response
  86. 86. Response areas
  87. 87. Hydrants
  88. 88. Schools
  89. 89. Daily Data Replication from other localities </li></li></ul><li>The Results – Geoprocessing Tasks<br />
  90. 90. The Results – CAD / Mapping User<br /><ul><li>Comprehensive and current service area data
  91. 91. Enables accurate mapping and dispatch </li></li></ul><li>The Results – CAD / Mapping User<br /><ul><li>Standardized and integrated data
  92. 92. Provides a common geospatial operating landscape</li></li></ul><li>The Results – CAD / Mapping User<br /><ul><li>Data updates from each source are added daily
  93. 93. Provides a current and comprehensive data resource
  94. 94. Works with localities having different data contents and work processes</li></li></ul><li>The Results<br /><ul><li>Establish a model of data exchange standards within the Commonwealth.
  95. 95. Create the connectivity platform for all geospatial stakeholder to share data.
  96. 96. Establish an architecture</li></ul> for geospatial data sharing.<br />
  97. 97. Questions ?<br />To Support the Harrisonburg Rockingham Emergency Communications Center and the Commonwealth of Virginia<br />

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