Dynamic Geospatial Content: Transforming Geospatial Knowledge into Actions_Ciaran Kirk - IEOS 2013

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We need to make use of all the big data captured, particularly Geospatial data.

We can benefit from this data if we can provide to everyone quickly and efficiently through a dynamic GIS.

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  • Facing these challenges we need Solutions that :Make you more competitiveSave money, reduce headcount, charge lower prices Opens up new opportunitiese.g.  can go after more cost-sensitive and/or time sensitive applications
  • So, having identified and capture change how can we quickly and efficiently feed that data into our modelled world - to keep them accurate, current and meaningful?Historically systems that capture change in the real world have been isolated from the systems that create, manage and exploit the digital models of our world. Our vision is to unite the measured and modelled worlds and to create a dynamic geospatial engine that feeds our modelled world with dynamic content from the measured world. The goal is to provide united and streamlined processes that enable users to have access to current, accurate information.
  • HEXAGON can address the health of critical infrastructure e.g. dams (recall Ethiopia’s water shortage so proecting dams etc is important)Technologie under HEXAGON can address / monitor the following:Overtopping of dams precursor to dam failure – design or blocking of spillwaysFoundation defects – slope instability‘Piping’ – internal erosion caused by seepage (around hydraulic pipes) – animal burrowing or roots or cracksStructural failures based on inadequate materials used
  • Dynamic Geospatial Content: Transforming Geospatial Knowledge into Actions_Ciaran Kirk - IEOS 2013

    1. 1. IEOS 2013 Dynamic geospatial content Transforming geospatial knowledge into actions Ciarán Kirk, General Manager @CiaranKirk
    2. 2. We deliver innovative spatial solutions for the desktop, web & mobile Built on our partner’s technology Designed to meet the challenges of Government, Mapping Agencies and Utility & Communications Customers Our customers include OSI, OSNI (LPS), ESB, Eircom NIE, BT, Irish Naval Service and every Local Authority in Ireland
    3. 3. CHALLENGES
    4. 4. Scarce Natural Resources 4 11/7/2013
    5. 5. Urbanisation 5 11/7/2013
    6. 6. Natural Disasters 6 11/7/2013
    7. 7. Aging Infrastructure 7 11/7/2013
    8. 8. Sustainable Development 8 11/7/2013
    9. 9. Security Risks & Threats 9 11/7/2013
    10. 10. Challenges  Advantages With Solutions that: Reduce time from capture to end-use Increase efficiency Reduce cost/labour Reduce barriers between data collection Link end use applications to data So, with the same resources, you can capture; A greater ground area / same area more quickly, or More detail (higher resolution), or More frequently (maintain greater currency), or At lower cost This allows; New community of users Novel applications of spatial information
    11. 11. DYNAMIC GIS
    12. 12. Users & Consumers Field Mapping & Update Airborne Sensors GIS Satellite Sensor Data Intranet/Internet Information Products Data Remote Sensing Data Web Services IT Server Spatial Database Geo-Portals Photogrammetry Data Data CAD Engineering Utilities Terrestrial Sensors
    13. 13. Empower the world with Big Data Fusion of Geospatial Genres Dynamic Geospatial Engine Dynamic Interactiv e Maps Surveying Photogrammetry Mobile Apps 5D Digital Worlds Data Remote Sensing GIS Web Services & Applications CAPTURE+ PROCESS + SHARE + DELIVER Use Together to Build Solutions High Complexity = Empowering a Few Reports & Presentations Simplicity = Empowering a Billion
    14. 14. IT BEGINS WITH SENSORS
    15. 15. Sensors & Data Collection UAV Terrestrial Airborne Mobile Mobile
    16. 16. THEN IT MOVES TO SOFTWARE
    17. 17. Supporting Geospatial Solutions: Dynamic GIS Government & Transportation Utilities & Communications Defense & Intelligence Public Safety & Security Accurate – Authoritative – Actionable Information Sensors Data Desktop Portal Mobile Server Intergraph Geospatial Portfolio
    18. 18. SG&I Product Offerings GeoMedia LPS ImageStation ERDAS Extensions fro ArcGIS ERDAS IMAGINE GeoMedia Smart Client GeoMedia WebMap ERDAS APOLLO Geospatial SDI Geospatial Portal
    19. 19. APPLICATIONS
    20. 20. SMART CITY PUBLIC SAFETY WATER MANAGEMENT “SAFE CITY” INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC INFORMATION & SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT DYNAMIC GIS ECOCITY ENERGY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
    21. 21. Smart Infrastructure = Smart Grid Smart Grid described as: Smart “in home” devices (including Generation) Two-way communications Advanced control systems Benefits of Smart Grid Better utilization of existing infrastructure Reliable and resilient power supply Home energy savings Reduced carbon footprint (CO2). Smart Grid Operations Center Location Infrastructure Management Critical Infrastructure Protection
    22. 22. “Safe City” - Common Operating Picture Multi-data & multi-sensors fusion Mapping Data Telephone, Radio, Voice Recorder Controls Personnel & Asset Data Access Control Video Surveillance Intelligent Video Radio System Data Telephone Data Sensors Data
    23. 23. Critical Infrastructure Protection Manage the entire lifecycle of security threats
    24. 24. The H2O Solution Through a combination of advanced solutions, Hexagon is able to provide a complete picture of the health of critical water infrastructure like dams, levees and reservoirs. 25
    25. 25. SELSAS HYM – R&D Project for German Army Near Real-time - from data capture to dissemination Advanced services: dynamic image processing via WPS 1 second per image Change detection pan-sharpening HS-band combination NDVI filtering Near real time, fully automatic workflow UAV Flight Data preprocessing ERDAS IMAGINE & GeoSystems Geo-referencing Mosaicing Data integration Image management and services ERDAS APOLLO & GeoSystems Catalogue, Data analysis, Web services ECWP and OGC/ISO open web services 26 Search Browse Visualise Download
    26. 26. Big Data Sharing - ECWP Streaming 27
    27. 27. Summary We need to make use of all the Big Data captured Particularly Geospatial data We can benefit from this data if we can provide to everyone quickly and efficiently through a dynamic GIS
    28. 28. Thank You

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