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What's Great in FME 2012

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What's Great in FME 2012

  1. 1. Twitter Hashtag: #FMEWTFME 2012 World TourJoin the Gathering of FME Adventurers April 2012
  2. 2. Welcome!
  3. 3. Welcome Package  Whats Great in FME 2012  FME Insider Newsletter  2012 FME Transformer Quick Reference Guide  FME User Meeting Agenda  Event Feedback Form  Free Training Offer Card  Indiana Jones USB with FME Desktop pre-loaded
  4. 4. Tweet About Today’s Event On Twitter? Use hashtag: #FMEWT @SafeSoftware - @FMEEvangelist- @FMEDoctors - @FMEBetaBuilder
  5. 5. Special Offer Upcoming Online Courses in 2012  Online FME Desktop: FREE, Unlimited   May9/10 May 16/17 pass for any online  June 20/21 training course  Sept 19/20  Oct 17/18 in 2012 for  Dec 5/6 all attendees!  FME Server Authoring:  May 24 Valid for online  Sept 27 courses led by  Online Advanced FME Desktop: Safe Software  XML Reading May 16 or 17 until Dec 31, 2012,  XML Writing May 23 or 24 space permitting,  Oracle Spatial June 7 or Sept 26 and non-transferable  Esri (demo only) Sept 6  KML Nov 14  Raster Nov 29
  6. 6. Powering The Flow of Spatial Data
  7. 7. Powering The Flow ofData
  8. 8. Introducing FME 2012
  9. 9. IT Service Case Distribution 10
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  11. 11. IT Service Case Distribution 12
  12. 12. IT Service Case Distribution 13
  13. 13. FME 2011:Makes you the Superhero! Achieve Total Spatial Data Mastery Platform Highlights
  14. 14. FME 2012:Faster than a Helicopter!
  15. 15. FME 2012:Faster than a Helicopter!
  16. 16. FME 2012: Multi-Processing(Technology Preview)
  17. 17. FME 2012: Multi-ProcessingSample Performance Boosts 3D Clipping of point Clouds  2 X faster LineJoiner and Buffer  2 X faster Raster Cell Coercer/Point on Raster  4 X faster
  18. 18. Expanded Data Support
  19. 19. Expanded Data Support300 278 265250 254 238 225 210200 191 182 162150 154 136137 123 112100 94 93 99 63 67 5750 46 29 33 17 9 0 1.4.7 FME 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.3a 2000 FME 2002 FMEFME 2003 X2 20042004 ICE3 FME 2006 GBFME 20082010 Beta UC Cut2011 201 FME FME FME FME FME FME 2000 SR-1 2002 SR-1 FME 2003 FMEFME FME ICE 2004 FME 2005 2006 FME 2007 FME 2009 FME 2010 FME FME FME FME 9/2/10
  20. 20. Expanded Data SupportNew Formats of FME 2012:AIS Reader Google Fusion Tables Reader, WriterAIXM 5.1 Reader INSPIRE ReaderArcPad Reader LAZ Reader, WriterCAT Reader OpenFlight Reader (enhanced Writer)CityGML 1.1 Reader, Writer Oracle point clouds Reader, WriterDataFile Reader, Writer Ordnance Survey VectorMap ReaderDirectX Reader, Writer Supermap Reader, WriterFree File Geodatabase API Top50NL Reader
  21. 21. Google Fusion TablesSupports both Spatial andNonSpatialTables!
  22. 22. Fusion Tables Case Study:Dr. John Snow – Cholera Map  London, 1854 (http://fme.ly/snow)
  23. 23. Fusion Tables Case Study:Dr. John Snow – Cholera Map  Ye Olde Faycebooke
  24. 24. Fusion Tables Case Study:Dr. John Snow – Cholera Map
  25. 25. Fusion Tables Case Study:Dr. John Snow – Cholera Map Demo
  26. 26. Fusion Tables Case Study:Dr. John Snow – Cholera Map  Results at http://fme.ly/pumps
  27. 27. LiDAR& FME 2012 FME 2012 can help you Prepare to Use and Share your LiDAR Data Quickly!
  28. 28. Point Cloud Solution 1: Translate
  29. 29. Point Cloud Solution 1: LAS/LASZ  LAS Reader/Writer support for versions 1.0–1.2  LAS Reader and Writer Compression  Using Open Source German-Written LASZip technology (http://laszip.org)
  30. 30. Point Cloud Solution 2: Inspect
  31. 31. Point Cloud Solution 3: Reproject
  32. 32. Point Cloud Solution 3: Reproject  Geocentric coordinates support  Orthometric heights support
  33. 33. Point Cloud Solution 4: Tile
  34. 34. Point Cloud Solution 5: Clip
  35. 35. Point Cloud Solution 6: Thin
  36. 36. Point Cloud Solution 7:Surface Model
  37. 37. Point Cloud Solution 8: Combine
  38. 38. Point Cloud Solution 9: Split
  39. 39. Point Cloud Solution 10:Colorization  PointCloudOnRasterComponentSetter
  40. 40. Point Cloud Solution 11:ArcGIS 10.1  Create .lasd files for quick LAS use in ArcGIS
  41. 41. Point Cloud Solution 12:Profiling and Slicing
  42. 42. Point Cloud Solution 12:Profiling and Slicing
  43. 43. Point Cloud Solution 13:Performance  One Billion Points:  Tiling: 4h 45 m  Clipping: 10h 30 m  One Quarter Billion Points:  Surface Modelling: 2h  FME Parallel Processing:  Point Coercion Done 5x Faster  Visit http://fme.ly/parallel
  44. 44. FME 2012 & Raster:Preparing &Sharing Raster DataQuickly &Easily!
  45. 45. Raster Scenario #1 Translate More than 50 raster formats to choose from  ArcSDE&GeoDatabase Raster  CADRG  ECW  Geodatabase Raster  GIF / PNG  JPEG / JPEG2000  Oracle Spatial GeoRaster  …
  46. 46. FME Raster Format ListADRG GeoTIFF RADARSAT-2 XMLASRP Golden Software Surfer Binary Shuttle Radar TopographyAircom ENTERPRISE Grid Mission HeightBMP Hierarchical Data Format 4 (SRTM HGT)Bathymetric Attributed Grid (HDF4) TIFF (BAG) JPEG USGS DEMCADRG JPEG 2000 Vertical Mapper Grid (NGrid)CDED Landmark Z-MAP Web Map ServiceDTED LeicaGeosystems ERDAS World MeteorologicalECW IMAGINE Organization GRIBENVI .hdr RAW Raster LeicaGeosystems ERDAS RAW X11 Pixmap (XPM)ER Mapper ERS Maptech BSB Nautical ChartESRI .hdr RAW Raster Marconi PlaNetESRI ASCII Grid MrSIDESRI ArcGIS Binary Grid NETCDFESRI ArcGIS Image Server NITFESRI ArcSDE Raster Catalog Oracle Spatial GeoRasterESRI ArcSDE Raster Map PCI Geomatics Database FileESRI Geodatabase Raster PNGGIF R Statistical Raster (RDATA)
  47. 47. Raster Scenario #2 Resample
  48. 48. Raster Scenario #3 Reproject
  49. 49. Raster Scenario #4 Mosaic
  50. 50. Raster Scenario #5 Compress Output formats with compression:  ECW  JPEG / JPEG2000  GeoTIFF / TIFF  Oracle Spatial GeoRaster  ArcSDE Raster  Geodatabase Raster  CADRG
  51. 51. Raster Scenario #6 Clip
  52. 52. Raster Scenario #7 Tile
  53. 53. Raster Scenario #8 Web Tiling (http://fme.ly/tiles)
  54. 54. Raster Scenario #9 Drape
  55. 55. Raster Scenario 10 Colorize LiDAR
  56. 56. Raster Scenario #11 Power Band Restructuring Extents Extraction Cell Value Calculation Palettes Expression Evaluation (pixel by pixel) …
  57. 57. FME Raster Transformer ListClipper RasterCellValueCalculator RasterRGBCreator*Reprojector (CSMAP, Esri, RasterCellValueReplacer RasterReader GTRANS, GridInQuest, RasterCellValueRounder RasterReplacer BlueMarble) RasterCheckpointer RasterResamplerImageFetcher RasterConsumer RasterRotationApplierImageRasterizer RasterDEMGenerator RasterSelectorNumericRasterizer RasterExpressionEvaluator RasterSingularCellValuePointCloudOnRaster RasterExtentsCoercer Calculator ComponentSetter RasterSubsetter RasterExtractorPointOnRasterValueExtractor RasterTiler RasterGCPExtractorRasterBandAdder RasterToPolygonCoercer RasterGCPSetterRasterBandCombiner VectorOnRasterOverlayer RasterGeoreferencerRasterBandInterpretation WebMapTiler Coercer RasterInterpretationCoercerRasterBandKeeper RasterMosaickerRasterBandMinMaxExtractor RasterNumericCreatorRasterBandNameSetter RasterPaletteAdderRasterBandNodataRemover RasterPaletteExtractorRasterBandNodataSetter RasterPaletteGeneratorRasterBandOrderer RasterPaletteInterpretation CoercerRasterBandProperties Extractor RasterPaletteNodataSetterRasterBandRemover RasterPaletteRemoverRasterBandSeparator RasterPaletteResolverRasterCellCoercer RasterPropertiesExtractorRasterCellOriginSetter RasterPyramider
  58. 58. Raster Scenario #12 Segmentation Transform a Numeric Raster…
  59. 59. Raster Scenario #12 Segmentation …Into Vector Polygons
  60. 60. Raster Scenario #13 Niche Satellite, Statistics, Legacy, etc  ASRP / CADRG  HDF  NetCDF  NGRID  NITF  PLANET  R  …
  61. 61. FME 2012: Inline QuerierThe power of SQL unleashed within your workspace!Replace chained FeatureMergers  Huge efficiency gainsUnleash your inner Join!
  62. 62. InlineQuerier: Before And After Task: Put each egg on the map, with its species Egg Information (CAT) NEST_ID EGG_ID DATE_LAID DATE_HATCHED INCUBATION_DAYS NEST_X_OFFSET NEST_Y_OFFSET 20 0 20040819 20040826 7 -0.14 -0.15 20 1 20040823 20040829 6 -0.05 0.18 20 2 20040818 20040826 8 -0.23 -0.00 … Species (CSV)Nest Locations NestId,Species(ArcGen) 100,Blue Jay20,3144330,10089117 101,American Goldfinch21,3144481.5,10089238 ……
  63. 63. InlineQuerier: Before And After Cascading Feature Mergers
  64. 64. InlineQuerier: Before And After With Inline Querier
  65. 65. FME 2012: Inline Querier
  66. 66. FME 2012: Hull Accumulation Input
  67. 67. FME 2012: Hull AccumulationConvex Hull
  68. 68. FME 2012: Hull AccumulationConcave Hull
  69. 69. No FME 2012: XML++ FME Release is completewithout making XML easier!
  70. 70. FME 2012: Let your XML Love Shine! New XML Based Formats: •AIXM 5.1 Reader •INSPIRE Reader •Ordnance Survey VectorMap Reader •Top50NL Reader
  71. 71. XML: Nested Writing Made Easy
  72. 72. FME 2012: CityGMLFME 2012: Best Reading on the Planet!
  73. 73. FME 2012: Desktop Changes
  74. 74. FME 2012: Powerful Parameters
  75. 75. FME 2012: Powerful Parameters
  76. 76. FME 2012: Powerful Parameters Great summary at: http://evangelism.safe.com/fmeevangelist96
  77. 77. FME 2012: Introducing FME Store 3rd Parties can sell/share Custom Transformers and Templates(Workspaces)
  78. 78. Introducing FME Store FME Store Templates are accessible whenever you want to create a new Workspace. File(New)
  79. 79. Introducing FME Store FME Store Custom Transformers appear in the Transformer Gallery
  80. 80. Introducing FME Store FME Store Custom Transformers are available for download when using Quick Add. Note descriptive tooltip.
  81. 81. FME Store Great introduction at: http://evangelism.safe.com/fmeevangelist101
  82. 82. Server
  83. 83. FME Server 2012:Value for FME Desktop users Schedule repetitive tasks Run multiple step workflows Share transformations via a web page Stream maps and information over the internet Run tasks on a central server Store workspaces in a central location Control who can modify your data
  84. 84. FME Server 2012:Author with FME Workbench Continue to utilize the power of the FME platform Leverage your experience with FME Desktop Create, test and publish from FME Workbench
  85. 85. FME Server 2012: Enterprise Features Architecture – SOA and EDA (Event Driven) High availability Security Programming interfaces (API) Web services Scheduling History Easy configuration
  86. 86. FME Server 2012: Installation Black box - no prerequisites Express install – 10 minutes Amazon Machine Instance (AMI)
  87. 87. FME Server 2012: Security Active Directory integration Repository access control
  88. 88. FME Server 2012: Administration Log files Job history Job and log file cleanup
  89. 89. FME Server 2012: Data IntegrationCapabilities Return on Investment Load and validate data Save time Handle large data volumes Increase productivity Keep data up-to-date Gain more ROI from data Schedule transformations Reduce menial tasks Automate workflows
  90. 90. FME Server 2012: SchedulingPublished ParametersEnable/DisablePriorityDynamic RequestAssignment
  91. 91. FME Server 2012:Data Upload and Validation
  92. 92. FME Server 2012:Workflow Management Chaining workspaces Complex workflows Logging and testing state
  93. 93. FME 2012: Event Triggered Respond to Email  Example: Send to lidar@alertdemo.safe.com File Arrivals in a Directory Sensors on the Internet of Things Mobile Applications
  94. 94. FME 2012: Push Data Notification Service is a game changer for data access
  95. 95. Summary
  96. 96. FME Technology Powering the flow of Spatial Data The industrys best data format support Truly versatile data transformation Time-savings, better results, and less stress Get your data from where it is… …to where it needs to be
  97. 97. Twitter Hashtag: #FMEWTBreak:See you back here at: 10:45am
  98. 98. Twitter Hashtag: #FMEWTLunch:See you back here at: 1:00pm
  99. 99. Twitter Hashtag: #FMEWTFME 2012 World TourQ&A and Final Words April 2012
  100. 100. Thanks for Attending! Presentation slides will soon be available online Please fill out an evaluation form before you leave today (on the back of your agenda)

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