Esri GIS Trends for Transportation

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Esri GIS Trends for Transportation

  1. 1. Welcome to EUC11 EUC11 Transportation Track
  2. 2. GIS Trends for Transportation Esri European User Conference Madrid, October 27, 2011 Ian Koeppel Esri Europe Transportation Business Development Manager
  3. 3. Our World Is Changing Rapidly Transportation systems are adapting to these changes… Climate Change Economic Uncertainty Population Urbanization and Land Use Traffic Human HealthPolitical and Social Conflict Security Loss of Biodiversity Technology Advancements Energy Poverty & Inequality Water Security Globalization Natural Resources . . . There are many applications of GIS to address these changes
  4. 4. GIS Is Changing Rapidly Coevolving with Other Enabling Technologies Open Access Bandwidth Usability Collaboration Multidimensional Web Enabled Access Collaboration Location GIS Mobile Connectivity Data Volume Social Networking Data Management Services Analysis Ownership Wireless Crowdsourcing Predictive Solutions Tracking Access Distributed Real Time Sensor Network Privacy Mobile Security NetworksReal Time Computing Science Measurement Performance Modeling GPS Remote Sensing Visualization Analytics Cloud Lidar SaaS …Taking advantage of the advancements of ArcGIS
  5. 5. Designing and Managing Transportation Noise Regional Analysis Transit Planning Rail Ship TrackingTraffic PlanningMonitoring Czech Republic Denmark MunichMoscow High Speed Rail Airports Air Traffic ManagementTrip Planning Tracking Trains Russia Brussels Presented by Jack Dangermond, EUC Plenary, Madrid
  6. 6. Transportation Submarkets • Roads & Highways • Railways • Airports & Aviation • Public Transport • Seaports & Waterways • Transport Logistics …a diversity of GIS requirements,
  7. 7. Supporting Workflows Design and Planning Modeling and Analysis Field CollectionAsset Management Situational Awareness Collaboration and Cartographic Design Transparency
  8. 8. Selected Trends in GIS for Transportation • Enterprise Asset Management • 3D Visualization • Geo-Schematics • Lidar data • Linear Referencing • Asset Tracking • Multi-Modal Networks • Situation Management • Regional Harmonization • Intelligent Web Maps
  9. 9. Airport GIS Applications Facility Master Environmental Gate Aerial PhotoManagement Planning Management Management Management Facility Financial Systems Property Planning Management Safety ERP Systems LeaseManagement Management Facility Maintenance Security Systems SpaceManagement Management Airport Operational Emergency Database DocumentManagement ManagementMaintenance ADAC- ADAC-GIS ProjectManagement Spatial Data Warehouse Management Pavement Assets Sign Cable As-Built As-Management Management Management Management Management
  10. 10. Benefits of integrating GIS & EAM More Accurately When a new service request is created, either manually or through a call define work center, having access to a map of the region to determine the location of the locations problem leads to a more efficient resolution. Ability to look at a number of open work orders and create a project or workPlan and schedule package using a map view. Query work order by status, work type or craft work by area requirements to find related work. Query a map by When trying to locate an asset or work order users can query the map by a Address specific address. Optimize By having a work orders location accurately specified, there is less time spenttechnicians travel on travel trying to find the correct address or location, and less time traveling time between work locations inefficiently. Ability to overlay information on a map like traffic or weather information, asset Advanced failure history or population to prioritize work, schedule outages or plan future analytics maintenance projects. * From IBM-Maximo Spatial, Pulse 2010
  11. 11. Impact of GIS on EAM BenefitsTangible Benefits* % impact Further GIS ImpactRevenue Increase production 2-3 % Equipment uptime Dispatch and routing Improve schedule attainment 15-20%Operating cost Increase maintenance 10-15% Operational efficiency productivity 20-25% Field data capture Reduced overtime 25-30% Pre-positioning mat. Reduced emergency 15-20% n/a purchases 30-40% Budget visualization Better pricing from vendors and cooperation Increase plan/budget efficiencyWorking capital Improved equipment 5-10% Preventive availability maintenance 15-20% n/a Reduce excess inventory 20-30% Dispatch and routing Faster repair cycles * Benchmarks from SAP Value Engineering
  12. 12. System Wide View of Assets
  13. 13. Integrating GIS, SAP and Asset Database GIS Increases the quality of all three databases SAP Infra Atlas Esri EMEA-UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  14. 14. Enables Geo-Schematics Switch between geographic & schematic viewsMakes SAP dataaccessible to fullenterprise via GIS &schematic viewers Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  15. 15. 10.1 Supports LidarTransforms Lidar data Into useful information products Rasters TINs Dynamic PointLAS Files On-the-Fly Clouds Integration . . . Supporting Improved Visualization and Analysis
  16. 16. Lidar Point Cloud
  17. 17. Lidar in ArcGIS Ortho/LIDAR Plan View 3D ViewLidar Profile View
  18. 18. ArcGIS 10.1 Expands 3D GISImproving Modeling, Analysis, and Visualization Buffers 3D Editing Performance Lidar Support . . . Supporting Urban Planning, Facility Management, Landscape Planning . . .
  19. 19. 3D GIS Will Be Advancing DramaticallyAdding Content Generation and Design Tools Content Creation Editing Analysis Rules Design Visualization CityEngine Geodatabase Integrating GIS, Urban Design, and Advanced Visualization
  20. 20. 3D Modeling & BIM
  21. 21. 3D Display of Metro Stations
  22. 22. Immersive Viewing
  23. 23. Security Management
  24. 24. Situation Management Operations Center What’s How to Where it’s Happening Respond Happening Situation Situation Awareness Management Op 1 Op 2 Op 3 Access & Video PIDSIdentity Mgmt. Systems PanicFire & Safety button Audio RespondersMaintenance systems SCADA GPS WWW LPR Radar Traffic & Weather Time Location Stakeholders - Available recourses - Escalation rules - Notifications Threat Sensors Operations center
  25. 25. Real-time Tracking Finnish Railway
  26. 26. Luggage Tug Tracking
  27. 27. Multi-modal Journey Planning Madrid Great Britain Porto Paris
  28. 28. Multi-modal Fleet Tracking
  29. 29. ArcGIS Supports Mobile DevicesSmart Phones, Tablets and Ruggedized Devices Windows iOS (Phone/Mobile) Android ArcPad ArcGIS Connecting with Field-Workers and Citizens . . .
  30. 30. Intelligent Web Maps Are the New MediumIntegrating Services (Data, Maps, Models . . . )Intelligent Maps Supporting Easily Created • Visualization and Shared • Editing • Pop-ups Accessibility • AnalysisServicesand Data • Time Simplifying GIS . . . . . . Connecting and Providing Open Access
  31. 31. Intelligent Web Maps Can Be Used Everywhere Smart Phones Social Media Any Device Tablets Web Sites Desktop Browsers One Map ArcGIS Online The future isGeoCollaboration ! . . . Enhancing access and collaboration
  32. 32. E s ri Solution InitiativesExtending the ArcGIS System Aeronautical Nautical Local Government Templates Business Analysis Redistricting Defense Production MappingTransportation Analytics Geo Portals . . . Ready to Use Maps, Data Models and Workflows
  33. 33. Roads & Highways SolutionData managed with linear referencing • A route reference and a measure value • One measure creates point events • Two measures create line events • Allows non-spatial data to be overlaid for advanced analysis
  34. 34. Roads & Highways Solution • Esri Roads and Highways is a world class highway data management solution • Supports Advanced Linear Referencing • Workflow driven • Easy to use editing tools • Incorporates data validation • Scheduled for release Q4 2011
  35. 35. Esri Aeronautical Solution for Airports Concept
  36. 36. Product Templates• Enhanced Cartography Templates• Airport Diagrams• Workflows to Configure Data• Starting Point for User Specific Products
  37. 37. Our Approach to the Logistics Market
  38. 38. Core Software, Add-ons and TemplatesCoreArcGISBundleAdd-onsTemplates* * Built from Partners or Professional Services
  39. 39. Transportation & Logistics Agenda-109:30 - 10:00 GIS Trends for Transport & Logistics Ian Koeppel, Esri10:30 - 11:00 How GIS helps to optimize Sales Resources Nicolas Lecat, EPTISA TI11:00 - 11:30 Coffee11:30 - 12:00 Empowering innovative enterprise solutions Peter Beaumont, with location data NAVTEQ12:00 - 12:30 GIS in Port Management Eduardo Manuel Moutinho, Porto de Sines12:30 - 13:00 Aeronautical Information Management, Leonardo Peinado, Production of Aerodrome Obstacle Charts AENA13:00 – 14:30 Lunch
  40. 40. Transportation & Logistics Agenda-214:30 - 15:00 Eurovignette impacts on markets access: Javier Gutierrez Puebla, winners and losers Universidad Computense15:00 - 15:30 GIS de transporte. De gestion interna a Andres Recio, Empresa information al cliente Municipal de Transporte de Madrid15:30 - 16:00 Innovative passenger information technologies David Lellouche, RATP at the Regional Public Transport of Paris16:00 - 16:30 Coffee16:30 - 17:00 Integration of a railway electromagnetic Gael Boussaert & Noel interference calculation tool in ArcGIS Haddad, SNCF17:00 - 17:30 TomTom traffic products & solution - Esri use Claudio Clausi, TomTom cases
  41. 41. Thank you
  42. 42. Future Meetings European User Conference, Madrid, October 26-28 Conference, 26- Local User Conference, Prague, November 9-10 Conference, ACI Europe, Abu Dhabi, November 28-29 Europe, 28- Airport GIS Summit, Brussels Airport, March 2012 Summit,45
  43. 43. Airport Cities
  44. 44. GIS for Airport Cities Source: McKinsey

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