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Cadastre Information System (FBSIC) - Esri EMEA 2010, Rome

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FBSIC is supported by a scalable architecture, standards-based information technology and communication, interoperability,ensuring a high sustainability of long-term application.

Allows viewing, editing, analysis and reporting of geographic, alphanumeric,and documental information of land property.

The benefits are evident at the level of operational efciency, with the inclusion of tools to enable process integration and standardization of procedures.

Facilitate analysis and quality control and maximize performance in the acquisition, maintenance and management of registration information and land property, including legal issues.

The implemented system achieves levels of robustness, comprehensiveness, openness, scalability and reliability suitable for a structural platform.

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Cadastre Information System (FBSIC) - Esri EMEA 2010, Rome

  1. 1. Cadastre Information System (SIC) Gil, Fernando Ferbritas, S.A. Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  2. 2. Agenda 1. FERBRITAS, S.A. 2. Geographic Information at FERBRITAS 3. The SIC Project 4. Presentation of the SIC Web Application Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  3. 3. Agenda 1. FERBRITAS, S.A. 2. Geographic Information at FERBRITAS 3. The SIC Project 4. Presentation of the SIC Web Application Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  4. 4. Ferbritas S.A. Main Shareholder and Client: REFER E.P.E. (Portuguese Railway Infrastructure Manager) Ferbritas S.A. - The engineering company of REFER E.P.E. Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  5. 5. Ferbritas S.A. – Railway infrastructure approach Transportation Construction Planning and Research and Detailed Expropriations Management Operation Development Design and Supervision Transportation Infrastructure End to end railway infrastructure planning Planning and Studies and requires: Operation Detailed Design •Specific methodologies and multidisciplinary Construction Quality Management and rigorous approaches; and Supervision Control Project of •Integrated management. Materials Management GIS, Cartography Expropriations Topography Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  6. 6. Production of railway information(focus on infrastructure) Operation Planning Feasibility Detailed Construction Design Maintenance Several At least one decade of information decades of information Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  7. 7. Production of information(focus on transport infrastructure) The awareness 1. The modernisation and maintenance of the railway network is a very long process - of decades - that generates a lot of related information during it’s life cycle; 2. All this valuable and different information is processed and produced during many years by generations of people across multiple organisations; 3. Information is not knowledge; 4. Both are indispensable and important assets, mainly for the infrastructure managers. The conclusion Using a Corporate Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) to integrate information is a key strategic option. Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  8. 8. Agenda 1. FERBRITAS, S.A. 2. Geographic Information at FERBRITAS 3. The SIC Project 4. Presentation of the SIC Web Application Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  9. 9. Examples of GIS applications in Ferbritas Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  10. 10. GIS objectives Contribute to the effective transformation of data and information into useful knowledge needed for business management •Improve the quality of the information produced; •Enable better information flows between company departments; •Improve the company efficiency and productivity; •Provide near real time information enabling effective decision support. Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  11. 11. Why a Cadastre Information System (SIC)? Feasibility Studies Preliminary Studies Physical Demarcation of Environmental Land Studies Construction management and As-Built Environmental supervision Drawings Statement Detailed Design Publication of the Development DUP (Portuguese Sites are Available Expropriation Official Journal) Process Environmental Licensing Process Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  12. 12. SIC – Deliverables Cadastre = Official ownership of land (geo + alpha) Accurate information about: Cadastre information 1.Land parcels concerning the global (Polygon feat. class - maps); area to be affected 2.Ownership Information + Input SIC Output (attributes – alpha tables); Detailed Design 3.Reporting (attributes – alpha tables). 4. Assets management Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  13. 13. Agenda 1. FERBRITAS, S.A. 2. Geographic Information at FERBRITAS 3. The SIC Project 4. Presentation of the SIC Web Application Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  14. 14. SIC - Framework • Corporate SDI is a key strategic option; • Strong core competences in GIS; • Development cycle: • Concept definition; • Prototyping; • Solution development: • Specifications, implementation, testing, and deployment. SIC serves all stakeholders and users concerning control and management of property assets. Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  15. 15. SIC - General Objectives • View, query and edit of geographic and alphanumeric information of land parcels; • Quality control of cadastre and real estate; • Traceability of the processes; • Map printing and creation of formal documents; • Final Approval by the customer; • Scalable solution; • Supported by standards for information technology and communication, and interoperability; • Long-term sustainability to the project. Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  16. 16. SIC - System Components • Database (Alphanumeric / GIS): MS SQL Server 2008; • File Server: Pictures, CAD files, ...; • GIS Services: ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS Image Server; • Desktop GIS: ArcGIS / ArcInfo and its extensions; • Web Application: • Taylor made solution: user interfaces, alpha/geo editing, extended image support, automatic document generation, linked with document management). Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  17. 17. SIC - Physical Architecture User User Active Directory User (Ferbritas) BAGEX FBDoc (Ferbritas) ferbritas.pt (Client) User (Supplier) Corporate LAN (Intranet) LAN Servers DMZ (Extranet) Extranet Programmer Programmer Application Server Application Server DB Server Image Server Web Server User (ESRI) (ESRI) Adonis Gisimg01 PROD Primary (Ferbritas) PROD Primary PROD Secondary W2003 R2 ENT x64 SP2 W2008 R2 STD x64 VM VM - gis02 Gis01 (vm) SQL Server ArcGIS Image Server Módulo de Campo ArcGIS Server 9.3.1 W2008 R2 STD x64 Enterprise 2008 x64 SP1 - Click Once .net Enterprise Standard ArcGIS Server 9.3.1 ES - Web Services VM - gisweb02 Gisweb01 (vm) ADONISDEV Módulo REFER Web Server W2008 R2 STD x64 FBCADASTRO_DEV Aplicação FBGIS_DEV IIS 7 (compatible with 6) ADONISTEST DEV FBCADASTRO_PROTOTYPE gis01-dev (vm) FBCADASTRO_TEST W2008 R2 STD x64 FBGIS ArcGIS Server 9.3.1 ES SSL gisweb01-dev (vm) ADONISTEST(staging) FBCADASTRO_TEST_Staging W2008 R2 STD x64 FBGIS_Staging IIS 7 (compatible with 6) PROD TEST FBCADASTRO gis01-test (vm) FBGIS W2008 R2 STD x64 ArcGIS Server 9.3.1 ES SSL PROD (Staging) gisweb01-test (vm) FBCADASTRO_Staging W2008 R2 STD x64 FBGIS_Staging IIS 7 (compatible with 6) CONTXT FBGIS_CONTEXTO Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  18. 18. SIC – A Modular System • Field Module (collection of information in the field); • Information Processing Module (validation of data collected); • Central Module (view/edit of geo/alpha information, quality control, generation and printing of documents, …); • Approval Module (of expropriation projects by CLIENT ); • BackOffice (support for system administration); and • Data Migration Module (geographic and alphanumeric data). Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  19. 19. SIC - Conceptual Architecture Field Ferbritas (Headquarters) Client Document Management Cartography push and get Areas Map Cadastre Plan Parcel Plans Field Central Module Module (alfa) Registration Backoffice Forms Information .mdb Approval Database Processing Database (SQL Server) Module Module BAGEX .mdb Sync .mdb Data Migration Geo DB Entities, Types, Module Districts, Counties, Parishes, ... Alfa DB Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  20. 20. SIC – Modules Overall View Data Migration Module Information Processing Module Field Module Approval Module Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  21. 21. SIC - Central Module (Main Features) • User Authentication • Workflow, Project Phases and Quality • Operating Modes (Full Control Consultation, Consultation and • Document Generation Publishing) • Querying (Alphanumeric and • Alphanumeric Data Geographic Data) Visualization • Snapshots • Creation / Editing • Auditing and Reporting Alphanumeric and Geographic • BackOffice Data • Import of context data and project • Measuring Tools, Bookmarks ... data • Import & Export of Specific Data Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  22. 22. Agenda 1. FERBRITAS, S.A. 2. Geographic Information at FERBRITAS 3. The SIC Project 4. Presentation of the SIC Web Application Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  23. 23. SIC - Main Phases Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  24. 24. SIC – Web Application (Central Module) http://fb007096/InfraestruturaGIS/map.aspx Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  25. 25. SIC – Future Insight Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  26. 26. SIC – Accuracy and Efficiency Data Integrity: • Centralization of information; • Validation of data quality (amount and form); • Log into a relational database. Data availability: • Speed of access; • Secure access to profile, functionality and design; • Possibility of integration with other systems. Usability of the data: • Geographical and alphanumeric display; • Generation of documentation; • Analysis of efficiency indicators of the operational process. Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  27. 27. SIC – Final Notes The integrating nature of SIC allows: • to accomplish present needs and scale to meet future services; • to collect, maintain and manage all information in one platform; • to increase the accuracy and productivity of all business processes. Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome
  28. 28. Grazie! Thank you! Obrigado!Ferbritas, S.A. Fernando GilRua José da Costa Pedreira, 11 (GIO – Head of GIS Dept.)1750-130 Lisboa, Portugal fgil@ferbritas.ptTel: +351 217 511 700Fax: +351 210 118 080 Esri EMEA UC October 26-28, 2010 Rome

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