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  • 1. Diverse Opportunities to Compile and Share Maps:Lessons Learned through the Esri User Conference blah, blah blah… blah blah, blah Aileen Buckley, Alex Yule, Andrew Skinner, and Craig McCabe Esri Mapping Center Team @mappingcenter
  • 2. The UC 2010 Map Extravaganza! Aileen Buckley, Alex Yule, Andrew Skinner, and Craig McCabe Esri Mapping Center Team @mappingcenter
  • 3. Let’s start at the very beginning…
  • 4. A plethora of maps…• Print • Online  Pocket agenda maps • Map services p  Large-format agenda maps f • Cached map service for  Education UC and Homeland each floor level Security Summit maps • Integration with topo  Lunch map p basemap service  Image map* • Application  Hotel map**  Room and Route Finder  Hallway maps** • Room finding functionality  Downtown San Diego map** D t S Di ** • Routing service • Bells and whistles * in production • iPhone (via ArcGIS.com) ** for 2011 Mapping Center Team
  • 5. A plethora of maps…• Print • Online  Pocket agenda maps • Map services p  Large-format agenda maps f • Cached map service for  Education UC and Homeland each floor level Security Summit maps • Integration with topo  Lunch map p basemap service  Image map* • Application  Hotel map**  Room and Route Finder  Hallway maps** • Room finding functionality  Downtown San Diego map** D t S Di ** • Routing service • Bells and whistles * in production • iPhone (via ArcGIS.com) ** for 2011 Mapping Center Team
  • 6. Why bother? 5 5” Persistent and temporary features/events Superflous detail3” Illegible labels Detail for inaccessible areas Illegible icons
  • 7. More evidence against the state… 11” Symbols not in legend 8.5” Symbols not the same Colors not in legend size as in legend
  • 8. Our solution…
  • 9. Our solution… Replace with different graphic from Andrew
  • 10. A closer look… Numbers for persistent features/ Letters for temporary features/ events events Symbols explained in legend y p g (legend continued on second page) No superflous detail Inaccessible areas Legible labelsLegible icons
  • 11. A closer look…
  • 12. A plethora of maps…• Print • Online  Pocket agenda maps • Map services p  Large-format agenda maps f • Cached map service for  Education UC and Homeland each floor level Security Summit maps • Integration with topo  Lunch map p basemap service  Image map* • Application  Hotel map**  Room and Route Finder  Hallway maps** • Room finding functionality  Downtown San Diego map** D t S Di ** • Routing service • Bells and whistles * in production • iPhone (via ArcGIS.com) ** for 2011 Mapping Center Team
  • 13. Old• 3D (disorienting)• Non-cartographic• S h Schematic routes ti tNew• 2D• Cartographic g p• “Natural-walk” routes Mapping Center Team
  • 14. Demo: http://uc2010.esri.com/map
  • 15. CAD → GIS CAD Features Attributes
  • 16. Multiple buildings Marriott Hotel San Diego Convention Center Hilton Hotel
  • 17. Multiple floor levels Level 1 Level 2 - Lobby Level 3 Level 4
  • 18. Multiple scales 1:4,500 1:2,257 1:2 257 1:1,128
  • 19. Making a Web map with ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Server Web ClientsGeodatabase ArcMap Map Service ArcGIS Desktop Clients Map Service URL
  • 20. The application• Map functionality  High quality High-quality cartography  Locator map  Legend  Room levell toggle R l t l  Rich interactive Ux• Room finding g• Routing between rooms  Humanized routes  H Handicap-accessible option di ibl ti  Route time estimates
  • 21. Demo: http://uc2010.esri.com/map
  • 22. Application• Services  8 Map Services • 1 per floor for UC maps (4) • Labels • Topo basemap • Additions to topo basemap (hotels) • Locator map  1 Geoprocessing Service • Running off cartographic-quality 3D network• Built with Flex 3, ArcGIS API for Flex 2  Room finding
  • 23. Old Network• Routes to center of rooms• Straight-line schematics• Missing route segments
  • 24. Building the new network…
  • 25. Creating curved paths Set arc endpoints
  • 26. Set arc tangency
  • 27. Densify!
  • 28. Checkingconnectivity
  • 29. Routing Task
  • 30. Network checker script
  • 31. Viewable in ArcGIS for iOS
  • 32. App flow• Rudimentary de-coupled, event-driven architecture, some model/controller/command elements• Classes  Route C Command d • A command class to build, issue and handle the results from our magical gpp task  StopsManager • Parses the route segments into “stops” to display in the RouteNavigator using Floor/Building combinations  MapViewController • Listens for MapView events and responds by setting the map extent and active floor layer  DrawRouteCommand • Handles drawing the route segments on the proper floors, as well as route symbology (start, end floor transition points)  FindRoomCommand • Waits for a FindRoomEvent then zooms the map to the room passed by event data FindRoomEvent, event.data  FloorManager • Responds to FloorChangeEvents by setting the current floor and fading the overlay layer out and in to hide load delays• Components  FloorChooser  Legend  LocatorMap  RouteChooser • Where you input your desired route or room to find  RouteNavigator g • Displays the route “stops” …blah, blah, blah
  • 33. Future work• Link to conference agenda/personal scheduler• Enhanced network  Map of exhibitor space  Exterior space (downtown San Diego)  Time-sensitive routing  Adding amenities• Mobile client Mapping Center Team
  • 34. Future work• Link to conference agenda/personal scheduler• Enhanced network  Map of exhibitor space  Exterior space (downtown San Diego)  Time-sensitive routing  Adding amenities• Mobile client Mapping Center Team
  • 35. Demo: http://uc2010.esri.com/map