Dynamic GIS: On Demand Web Based Geo-Processing

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An integrated geospatial system, the Dynamic GIS is able to translate change, on the fly, into actionable information. Completely connecting sensors to software and software to application specific solutions (through on-demand web based spatial modeling) ultimately provides a means to protect lives, infrastructure (property), and society. The Dynamic GIS supports the complete geospatial information lifecycle from capture to delivery. Sensor technology captures snapshots of geography for a given location over a period of time; this includes airborne sensors (airborne digital imaging, LiDAR, UAV), satellites, and terrestrial sensors (total station, GPS, video, terrestrial LiDAR, handheld devices). The next step is processing, which includes transforming vector, raster, terrain data into actionable information, with tools for fusing and integrating source content into software applications for the creation and update of geospatial data and information products. Managing, fusing, and sharing geospatial data across departments and regions, enables an organization to connect data and information. Finally, rapidly and securely delivering integrated information products ensures the right individuals can make timely decisions. This includes on-demand geo-processing over the Internet, to mobile clients and the cloud through vertical market-focused SaaS implementations.

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Dynamic GIS: On Demand Web Based Geo-Processing

  1. 1. Leveraging the Information Cloud in Dynamic GISIntergraph Corporation, Security, Government & Infrastructure Division (SG&I)Steve du Plessis12 October, 2011
  2. 2. Agenda Hexagon, Intergraph and ERDAS. Who are we now? The Dynamic GIS The four engines: Capture, Process, Share, Deliver Hardware and software solutions Case studies Closing remarks
  3. 3. Who is Hexagon? 12,000 employees in more than 43 countries. High-technology focus with 2,000 employees in R&D and 2,100 active patents in the patent portfolio. Hexagon’s strategic acquisitions, innovative market approach, and new market expansion have resulted in exponential growth. The Hexagon share is listed at NASDAQ OMX Stockholm and SIX Swiss Exchange. The company’s share value has increased 1200% since 1992.12% 12,000 16% 70 Of net sales Employees in more Of employees Companies acquired invested in R&D than 40 countries engaged in R&D since 2000 3
  4. 4. Hexagon’s Structural Development
  5. 5. Hexagon Family http://www.hexagon.com
  6. 6. Who is Intergraph? Leading global provider of engineering and geospatial software that enables our customers to build and operate more efficient plants and ships, create intelligent maps, and protect critical infrastructure. Technology innovator since 1969; more than 4,000 employees worldwide. Businesses and governments in 80 percent of the world’s largest countries rely on our industry-specific software. Process, Power & Marine (PP&M) Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) Enterprise Engineering Software Geospatially Powered Software Solutions 6
  7. 7. Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) Intergraph’s SG&I division delivers geospatial and incident software solutions that help you manage, enhance, and protect life, infrastructure, and property. ERDAS is now part of Intergraph’s SG&I geospatial business unit. Intergraph Government Solutions (IGS) is an independent subsidiary for SG&I’s U.S. federal and classified business. SG&I takes geospatial and incident management information, and the context it provides, and creates: – A firm foundation for cooperation and interoperability. – Modern, comprehensive, well-integrated set of geospatial capabilities. – Analytics that help you see the information hidden within your data. SG&I’s solutions benefit the following industry sectors: Geospatial & National Civil Security Public Private Incident Security Infrastructure Infrastructure Public Safety Management Defense Major Events Transportation Utilities Analytics Intelligence Public Works Communications Incident Borders Land Industrial Sites Management Military Bases Geospatial Foundation 7
  8. 8. Who is using ERDAS software?Over 21,000 organizations worldwide rely on ERDAS products everyday,including:
  9. 9. Customer: City of Hamburg (Germany)
  10. 10. Customer: British Transport Police
  11. 11. Customer: City of Houston
  12. 12. Customer: Naval Air Weapons Station
  13. 13. Customer: L’Aquila, Italy 13
  14. 14. Customer: City of Atlanta – Department of Water
  15. 15. Customer: India Geoportal - NSDI
  16. 16. Customer: Mexican Navy
  17. 17. Customer: US Army Corps of Engineers
  18. 18. Customer: Port of Rotterdam (Netherlands)
  19. 19. 1800s - 1980 1920 – Wild founded in Heerbrugg, Switzerland 1978 – ERDAS, Inc. founded 1969 –M&S Computing founded1819 – Kern founded inAarua, Switzerland Analog technologies Measurement technologies Birth of GIS; Digital were used to make from companies like Leica mapping generation hardcopy maps were perfected
  20. 20. 1980 – 1990 Commercialization of remote1980 – M&S sensing satellitesConsulting changesname to Intergraph Digital photogrammetry The 2-D mapping generation The ‘2D mapping’ generation
  21. 21. 1991 - 2000 Relational databases to 2000 – Intergraph exits share information the hardware business1999 – Z/I Imaging GmbH within an and restructures aroundbegins as joint venture organization vertically-focusedbetween Carl Zeiss and divisions for software,the Intergraph systems integration andphotogrammetry division professional services The Internet Age; Broadening of market from Beginning of the 3-D professional users to prosumer generation and consumers of geospatial information
  22. 22. 2001 - 20102001 – Leica 2005 – HexagonGeosystems purchases Leicaacquires ERDAS & Geosystems; maintainsLH Systems; Leica identityrebrands entity asLeica Geosystems 2007 – LGGIGIS & Mapping acquires(later LGGI) Acquis, ER Mapper, & 2006 – Intergraph 2010 – IONIC is purchased by Software Hexagon 2002 – Carl Zeiss’ private investors 2008 – LGGI purchases shares of Z/I rebrands Intergraph Imaging are sold itself as to Intergraph ERDAS Mobile, ‘on-demand’ Instant Synthesis of IT, internet, business generation messenger & systems and geospatial “I want it now!” online social technology to create true media decision support systems
  23. 23. 2011 - presentEmerging capabilities & technologiesFull Motion Video AnalysisEnhanced RadarHyperspectral ExploitationPoint Clouds5D AnalysisCrowd-sourced GISGPU ProcessingDistributed ProcessingCloud Processing
  24. 24. What is Dynamic GIS? Constant flow Present model of Measure real world of updated real world information to gain quality and efficiency Change real worldCreating event-specific, time-specific, and location-specific information about ourchanging world.
  25. 25. What is the information cloud?The fusion of sensor technology with software produces the “Information Cloud,” where imagery iscombined with 3D point cloud data and connected with real-time, location-based intelligence. TheInformation Cloud encapsulates and preserves the source content from the various sensor inputswhile feeding the Dynamic GIS. With integrated software solutions, you can transform this data toproduce reliable and actionable information.
  26. 26. The Geospatial Information Lifecycle
  27. 27. Capture
  28. 28. Process - Photogrammetry
  29. 29. Process - GIS and Remote Sensing Integration
  30. 30. Process - Change Detection
  31. 31. Process - Solution Builder
  32. 32. Improved Workflows Local Government Tax and Fee Assessment Natural Resource Management & Monitoring Disaster Response Corridor Maintenance Crop Management & Monitoring Border Patrol IED Identification Site Monitoring
  33. 33. Process – UAV Video
  34. 34. Process - Video Change DetectionVideo Mosaic, 2004 34
  35. 35. Process - Video Change DetectionVideo Mosaic, 2007 35
  36. 36. Process - Video Change DetectionNew Building Activity 36
  37. 37. Process – Point Cloud Exploitation
  38. 38. Share Up to 7/8s of the information cannot be directly seen
  39. 39. A Solution for Managing a “World” of Data Spectral Aerial LIDAR Terabytes of Geospatial Data Imagery of a Country Imagery of a State Imagery of a County
  40. 40. Deliver: From the Sensor to the Internet ERDAS IMAGINE & LPS GeoMedia Web Client Use GeographicValue Increases Information Web Services Deliver Data & Information WMS WCS WFS WPS CS-W ECWP JPIP Image X ERDAS APOLLO Geospatial Data Management & Delivery Platform Manage Data Find Describe Catalog Process Share Serve Imagery Elevation GIS & CAD Files Capture & Store Data
  41. 41. ERDAS APOLLO Application – Defense & Intelligence Support for special sources and formats of information Fusion ofProvides rapid different access to intelligencelarge volumes provides for of imagery the common operational picture Ensures secure networks and secure data
  42. 42. Natanz, Iran – Uranium Enrichment Facility
  43. 43. ERDAS APOLLO Application – Natural Disaster Response Multi-organizational data sharing Through change detection the overall impact is perceived Rapid response from nothing is the norm
  44. 44. Morganza Waterway, Louisiana – Flood Control
  45. 45. A Solution Built Completely von Open Standards WMS Web Mapping1 Client accesses Bing Maps as a geospatial reference. Service Client searches for a particular geospatial layer using a CS/W Web Catalog2 keyword search. Layer is on a DIFFERENT server. Service Polygon feature layer is displayed as a WFS-T on top WFS3 of the web map. User can blend and fade layer. Web Feature Service User requests that a “process” be run on the selected WPS4 area of interest. Process requires additional files. Web Processing Service Resulting geospatial layer is displayed with proper WMS5 styles on the Google Maps Layer. Web Mapping Service
  46. 46. ERDAS APOLLO Application – Environmental ProtectionLand cover and hydrological analysis for planning, enforcement, site visualization, and emergency response coordination
  47. 47. Mahoning County, Ohio – Land Reclamation
  48. 48. ERDAS APOLLO Application – Managing EnergyResources Exploration Resource Impact and and and Discovery Operational Remediation Management
  49. 49. Antelope Mine Wyoming – Open Pit Coal Mining
  50. 50. A Geospatial Solution for Success ERDAS APOLLO is built on Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Standards • Provides a high degree of interoperability across both applications and data • Makes you and your organization significantly more productive ERDAS APOLLO can discover and manage enormous amounts of geospatial data • Eliminates the time and expense wasted by everyone maintaining their own data silo • Less overall hassle for those engaged with production work Proven to be the fastest image serving capability available • Reduce the expense of dedicated hardware to achieve similar performance • Responsiveness results in satisfied users and customers On Demand Spatial Analysis via Web Processing Services (WPS) • Adapting APOLLO to a wide variety of applications significantly improves ROI
  51. 51. A New Era
  52. 52. The Dynamic GIS – An integrated geospatial system, the Dynamic GIS is able to translate change, on the fly, into actionable information Combining the strengths of Intergraph, ERDAS, and Leica Geosystems technologies, Hexagon now offers the industry’s most comprehensive set of geospatial solutions, aligning all the vehicles necessary to make the Dynamic GIS a reality – Completely connecting sensors to software and software to solutions (through specific vertical market services) ultimately provides a means to protect lives, infrastructure (property), and society – Brought together, we are starting from a position of strength Technology from Leica Geosystems and Z/I Imaging captures terabytes of imagery that can be used to create and extract valuable geographic information ERDAS has a legacy of pioneering image processing and raster handling, maximizing the pixel Intergraph built a vector-based strategy to build land bases and databases of geospatial intelligence and provides differentiated and vertically-focused software solutions to core industries that use geospatial data – The Dynamic GIS supports the complete geospatial information lifecycle
  53. 53. Technology Enables Productivityby Reducing the Costs of Transactions 1300’s 1800’s Creation ofInteraction Money Industrialization,Costs Transportation & Barter Communication 2000’s Economy 2010--- Internet & Specialization InfoTech Integrated, Hierarchical Dynamic Systems Firm “Virtually Integrated” “Connected” Time
  54. 54. Translating Change into Real-time, Actionable Information Image indicates nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan. One-meter resolution image provided by GeoEye IKONOS, collected on March 12, 2011.
  55. 55. Change Drives the Geospatial Information Lifecycle
  56. 56. Lifecycle of Geo-Information SensorsThe Changing Earth: Satellite, Airborne, Terrestrial• Drives demand for information• Drives demand for data• Drives demand for sensors Produce or• Drives demand for software Desktop Software Buy New Data Data Producers Search Performed; Server Software Data Not Available Data/IT Managers Request is Made The Web Users & Consumers The Earth Changes – Information Required
  57. 57. The Dynamic GIS Internet Interoperability Mobile Cloud computing Require data that is….. – Timely – Accurate – Authoritative
  58. 58. Transforming Your Data into Information
  59. 59. Leaders and Partners in Geospatial Innovation
  60. 60. QUESTIONS
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