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Lightning Talk: Network Toolsin FME                                April – June 2013
Network, Topology & LRS Tools in FME Many tools in FME for Topology, Networks and LRS  workflows     Validating & Cleani...
Building a Clean FME NetworkChallenge FME needs clean, fully  segmented networks Complex edges  must be split Segments ...
Building a Clean Network Not Clean – Snapper Not Intersected – Intersector  or TopologyBuilder                       St...
Validate a Network Topology NetworkTopologyCalculator   Finds the connected    lines that belong to    the same network ...
Network AnalysisChallenge Find the valves on pipes near a  work site   Start with a clean network   Split the network i...
Using Linear Referencing DataAssigning Mile Markers to Asset Data Source Data:    Road Network (LRS)    Lighting Asset ...
Assigning Asset Mile Markers      Transformers         NeighborFinder           LengthToPointCalculator         Snippe...
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Network Tools in FME

  1. 1. Lightning Talk: Network Toolsin FME April – June 2013
  2. 2. Network, Topology & LRS Tools in FME Many tools in FME for Topology, Networks and LRS workflows  Validating & Cleaning Networks  Build Topology  Network Analysis  LRS operations - Measures Transformer Categories  Network  Linear Referencing  Geometry Operations
  3. 3. Building a Clean FME NetworkChallenge FME needs clean, fully segmented networks Complex edges must be split Segments must touch
  4. 4. Building a Clean Network Not Clean – Snapper Not Intersected – Intersector or TopologyBuilder  Still not intersected:– PointOnLineOverlayer  has a tolerance
  5. 5. Validate a Network Topology NetworkTopologyCalculator  Finds the connected lines that belong to the same network graph. Example
  6. 6. Network AnalysisChallenge Find the valves on pipes near a work site  Start with a clean network  Split the network into sub-networks between values  Find the sub-network by the work location  Find the values connected to the sub-network Example
  7. 7. Using Linear Referencing DataAssigning Mile Markers to Asset Data Source Data:  Road Network (LRS)  Lighting Asset Data (Points) NUMBER LONGITUDE LATITUDE CONDITION TYPE TYPE_OF_LUMINARE VOLTAGE WATTS CONTROLCENTER 1 82 59 26.098235061 - 41 30 43.068175401 + Good NAV RED INCANDESCENT 120/12 9.24 61 2 82 59 26.563977418 - 41 30 43.362121522 + Good NAV GRN INCANDESCENT 120/12 9.24 61 3 82 59 27.002814710 - 41 30 43.641866642 + Good NAV RED INCANDESCENT 120/12 9.24 61 4 82 59 27.463651489 - 41 30 43.939960952 + Good NAV GRN INCANDESCENT 120/12 9.24 61 5 82 59 27.905565366 - 41 30 44.219406077 + Good NAV RED INCANDESCENT 120/12 9.24 61 6 82 59 28.380990900 - 41 30 44.520466955 + Good NAV GRN INCANDESCENT 120/12 9.24 61 7 82 59 28.820540125 - 41 30 44.791771643 + Good NAV RED INCANDESCENT 120/12 9.24 61
  8. 8. Assigning Asset Mile Markers  Transformers  NeighborFinder  LengthToPointCalculator  Snipper  Output Data:  Asset Features with Mile Markers  Unmatched Assets ExampleOBJECTID LRSMilePost OffsetDistance NLF_ID POLE_NUMBER LONGITUDE LATITUDE 1 11.78839883 2.770986201 SLUCIR00075**C 1V 8 83 29 21.266391408 - 41 43 51.633274801 + 2 11.72399825 7.447207932 SLUCIR00075**C 1V 7 83 29 22.644560785 - 41 43 48.473490784 + 3 11.66151132 5.949640975 SLUCIR00075**C 1V 6 83 29 24.443518616 - 41 43 45.538665843 + 4 11.59833821 3.235847944 SLUCIR00075**C 1V 5 83 29 26.677974226 - 41 43 42.732170571 + 5 11.53649745 5.423784383 SLUCIR00075**C 1V 4 83 29 29.312351057 - 41 43 40.196923342 + 6 11.47506474 7.387156735 SLUCIR00075**C 1V 3 83 29 32.289883973 - 41 43 37.924292180 + 7 11.41205292 5.570752858 SLUCIR00075**C 1V 2 83 29 35.613086752 - 41 43 35.879096331 +
  9. 9. Thank You! Questions?

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