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Kettemann, Rainer, Track 5

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ecoGIS: a solution for interactive facility management to support the European Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS)

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Kettemann, Rainer, Track 5

  1. 1. 3rd WORLD SYMPOSIUM ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AT UNIVERSITIES 14-16 September 2016 ecoGIS –A Solution for Interactive Facility Management to support the European Eco- Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) Rainer Kettemann, Anete Fridrihsone, Volker Coors HFT Stuttgart (Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences), Germany WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 EnSign RealLabor hft-stuttgart.de
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Getting started 2. Actors and requirements 4. Summary and outlook WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS 2Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de
  3. 3. WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS 3 Getting started Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de "EMAS is an environmental management scheme developed by EU that aims to improve the environmental performance of organisations that participate volunteeringly" Source: Antete Fridrihsone, 2015
  4. 4. WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS 4 Getting started 2013: First EcoMapping at HFT Stuttgart Noted findings with ecological impact on paper maps. Notes are transferred into Excel-Sheets How can this process be supported by GIS? Students project in GIS-Practice 2014 in the master course Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics http://handdrawngoods.com Result looks mapper dependent Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de
  5. 5. Database design by student groups Populated with already noted findings First capturing prototype and publication based on ArcGIS online o Usable for GIS trained person + Good demonstration of possibilities + Students are involved + Gives ideas for further improvements WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS - getting started 5 First solution – “quick and dirty” GIS practice Source: Project presentation of Anete Fridrihsone / Dian Anggraeni Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de
  6. 6. Feature based maps for orientation and spatial analytics Improved database design with domains and pick-lists for clear and reliable data collection Customized App for data collection with easy to use manually navigation to buildings and floors implemented domains and pick-lists Overall Result: ++ Solution which could be used for data collection by introduced people ++ Presented at ESRI UC 2015 at HFT Stuttgart and in San Diego WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS - getting started 6 Second solution – Prototype Master Thesis: Anete Fridrihsone 2014/15 Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de
  7. 7. Four groups of actors (participants) with different needs depending on their roles in the EMAS process WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS 7 Actors and requirements Definitions for a final solution Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de
  8. 8. Navigation in 3D objects Buildings are 3D objects with overlaying floors – GIS maps are 2D • How to select a building? • How to select the floor? • How to select the room? Usable at any time on any device • not fixed to workstation • no installed software • no special hardware • no training sessions WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS - definitions for a final solution 8 General requirements Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de Pan, Sliders, Wheels Automation
  9. 9. Data (problems) collection by students and staff How to motivate the crowd to participate? • Easy to use application • Integration in universities computer system • Feedback for satisfaction • etc. WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS - definitions for a final solution 9 Actor specific functions See So tell me what you want, what you really really want Including the user perspective before implementing measures of sustainability Thomas Bäumer et al. Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de ecoGIS
  10. 10. Clear overview about all problems “What is reported” Validation of reported problems “Respond to reporters” Important for motivated crowd Work orders to tackle problems „Work chain management“ WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS - definitions for a final solution 10 Actor specific functions Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de ecoGIS
  11. 11. Analysis tools to • overview the situation, establish focus areas and decide where to apply corrections • overview work progress “work chain transparency” • generate specialized reports for decision makers WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS - definitions for a final solution 11 Actor specific functions Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de ecoGIS
  12. 12. General overview about problems • Standardized, topic specific reports and maps generated directly from ecoGIS • Specially generated analysis results for particular topics created by managers and/or GIS specialists Information that is ready to be consumed for decision making WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS - definitions for a final solution 12 Actor specific functions Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de ecoGIS Individual reports
  13. 13. Data capturing – reporting problems • Available for standard devices • Easy to use • High automation rate • Connected to central data base • Using authentication to universities systems WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS - definitions for a final solution 13 Software solutions Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de
  14. 14. Public web service • Informative material • Feedback for crowd members • Impact reports WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS - definitions for a final solution 14 Software solutions Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de
  15. 15. Internal (protected) web service and desktop GIS connection • Non-spatial data management and document repository • Work-orders and managemet • Particular reports WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS - definitions for a final solution 15 Software solutions Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de
  16. 16. WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS 16 Summary and Outlook Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de
  17. 17. WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS 17 Impact, Summary and Outlook Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de
  18. 18. WSSD-U-2016 | MIT | 14.-16.9.2016 ecoGIS 18 Summary and Outlook ecoGIS • Involves many fields in interdisciplinary research - geoinformatics - information technology - environmental management - facility management - psychology • became the basis for a spin-off company For latest information about ecoGIS please contact M.Sc. Antete Fridrishone anete.fridrihsone@gmail.com Rainer Kettemann, hft-stuttgart.de

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