MD iMap TUgis2011

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MD iMap is a diverse, flexible system that offers an authoritative online basemap of Maryland, provides Maryland’s citizens and government employees with a wide variety of products and services that assist in capturing, storing, analyzing, managing, and presenting data linked to a location, and supports state performance measurement programs. This workshop will discuss the technical aspects of submitting and using data, and creating basic web mapping applications. Additional ways that MD iMap can be used to make data sharing and display simpler and more streamlined will also be discussed.

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MD iMap TUgis2011

  1. 1. MD iMapOne Maryland – One Map: Maryland Integrated Map Julia Lukens, GIS Coordinator, DBEDScott Jeffrey, Program Director, Geospatial Applications Program at CCBC Ashley Buzzeo, Project Manager, CGIS
  2. 2. Presentation Outline• What is MD iMap?• 2010 Accomplishments• How To: ◊ Find Data & Services ◊ Make A Map ◊ Submit Data/Services ◊ Submit Applications• Future Vision & Initiatives
  3. 3. What is MD iMap?
  4. 4. What is MD iMap?Vision for MD iMap:“MD iMap is the spatialdata repository tosatisfy the needs ofpublic and privateagencies and toenhance state, regionaland local planninginitiatives andcollaboration.” http://imap.maryland.gov
  5. 5. What is MD iMap?MD iMap Resources:• Portal• Infrastructure• Authoritative Source• Basemaps• Data/Information• Applications/Tools• Centralized Interface http://imap.maryland.gov
  6. 6. 2010 Accomplishments
  7. 7. 2010 AccomplishmentsApplications:• 17 Online Mapping Applications Now Accessible• 8 New 2010 Applications DHMH – 2/2010 DBED – 5/2010 MDOT – 6/2010 DNR – 6/2010 DNR – 6/2010 MD BB – 8/2010 MDE – 10/2010 DNR – 11/2010
  8. 8. 2010 AccomplishmentsSystem Usage:• 202,976 Unique Page Visits22,405 Visits 11,526 Visits 10,466 Visits 9,547 Visits 7,613 VisitsSystem Access:• 95% Users Access via Online Applications• 5% Users Access via Desktop Services
  9. 9. 2010 AccomplishmentsMap Services:• 183 Map Services Now Available• 129 New 2010 Map Services Parcel BoundariesCable Modem Broadband Ocean Wind Service Area Power (100m) Tree Plantings
  10. 10. 2010 AccomplishmentsMap Services Usage:• ISO ImageryBasemapsEarthCover ◊ 10,019,725 Total Hits• ISO PlanningCadastre ◊ 2,006,023 Total Hits• ISO GeocodeServices ◊ 1,970,118 Total Hits
  11. 11. 2010 AccomplishmentsMap Services ISO Categories:• Biota • Health• Boundaries • ImageryBaseMapsEarthCover• ClimatologyMeterologyAtmosphere • InlandWaters• Economy • IntelligenceMilitary• Elevation • Location• Environment • Oceans• Farming • PlanningCadastre• GeocodeServices • Society• GeometryService • Structure• GeoprocessingServices • Transportation• GeoscientificInformation • UtilitiesCommunication
  12. 12. 2010 AccomplishmentsMap Services ISO Categories:• Biota • Location ◊ Fish Spawn Area ◊ USGS Topo Map Grids ◊ Salt Marsh • Oceans• Elevation ◊ Shoreline Rates of Change ◊ Bay Depth ◊ Artificial Reefs• Farming • Society ◊ Priority Preservation Areas ◊ Nat. Register of Historic• InlandWaters Places ◊ DNR Wetlands ◊ Population Density 2009 ◊ Tier II Waters • Transportation ◊ Watersheds ◊ Offshore Shipping Lanes
  13. 13. 2010 AccomplishmentsTechnical Committee:• Forum for coordination and communication of Statewide GIS activities• Meetings held 1st & 3rd Tuesdays from 1 – 3p.m. @ MDE (Montgomery Park)• Four Subcommittees: ◊ Application, Data & Resources, Outreach & Education and Security
  14. 14. 2010 AccomplishmentsTechnical Committee Participation: Agency MDA Baltimore City Meeting Hours 18 2• 29 Different Agencies Baltimore County 26 BMC 22 CCBC 18 CGIS 38 ◊ Regional, State, Local and Private CSSC DBED 2 30 Companies DHCD DJS DNR 24 30 24• Estimate of 3,200 staff hours were DOIT 22 ESRGC 2 ESRI 6 contributed in 2010 Frederick County 10 Howard County 2 KCI 2 Laurel 2 MD Poison Center 10 MDE 32 MDP 36 MDTA 22 MEMA 6 MES 16 MHT 2 Montgomery County 2 MSP 4 Queen Annes County 2 SHA 8 Total Hours 420
  15. 15. 2010 AccomplishmentsApplication Subcommittee:• Rapid Application Wizard Template Requirements• Established Developer Resources Area on Portal ◊ Training Options ◊ Best Practices Documents ◊ Code Sample Links
  16. 16. 2010 AccomplishmentsData & Resources Subcommittee:• Latitude/Longitude Geocoding Service• 6” Statewide Imagery Cache• Comprehensive Metadata Update• Parcel & Centerline Updates• Adoption of Subcommittee Charter• Approval of Data Submission Policy
  17. 17. 2010 AccomplishmentsOutreach & Education Subcommittee:• Setup Twitter Account & Alert Protocols• Updated Vision Statement• Conference Presentations: ◊ TUgis 2010 Conference ◊ PA GIS Conference ◊ APA Conference ◊ NSGIC Conference• MSGIC Coordination and Briefings
  18. 18. 2010 AccomplishmentsSecurity Subcommittee:• Documented Security Requirements ◊ Application Requirements ◊ Data Security Requirement• Developed & Submitted Plan to Executive Committee• Exploring Funding Options
  19. 19. 2010 AccomplishmentsSystem Infrastructure:• System Infrastructure Uptime Averaged 99.9%• Backup Generator Installed• Established Service Level Agreement (SLA) protocols• No Hardware/Software Upgrades in 2010
  20. 20. How To: Find Data & Services
  21. 21. How To: Find Data & Services• MD iMap Portalhttp://www.imap.maryland.gov/portal/• Ramonahttp://gisinventory.net• ArcGIS.comhttp://mdimap.towson.edu/arcgis/services
  22. 22. How To: Make A Map
  23. 23. How To: Make A Map• ArcGIS Desktop ◊ Add the map services into ArcMap by connecting to ArcGIS Server located at: http://mdimap.towson.edu/arcgis/services
  24. 24. How To: Make A Map• ArcGIS.com ◊ Click on ‘Make a Map’ ◊ Add layers from ‘A GIS server’ ◊ Type the URL: http://mdimap.towson.edu/arcgis
  25. 25. How To: Submit Data/Services
  26. 26. How To: Submit Data/Services• How to submit a map service to MD iMap? 1. Notify CGIS of initial request 2. Receive approval to proceed 3. Deliver data & MXD 4. Map Service deployment and verification Refer to: MD iMap Service Submission Guidelines
  27. 27. How To: Submit Data/Services• How to submit a map service to MD iMap? 1. Notify CGIS of initial request ◊ Send email to CGIS and DNR Dear Ashley & Lisa, XXX agency would like to submit 1 map service for inclusion on the MD iMap system. We would like to submit this service by the end of next week with the following information:  Data Layer: Parks.shp  Desired Map service Name: DNRParks.2011  Cached: No  Update Frequency: Quarterly Thank You, Jane Doe XXX Agency
  28. 28. How To: Submit Data/Services• How to submit a map service to MD iMap? 2. Receive approval to proceed Dear Jane Doe, Your request to submit 1 map service to the MD iMap system has been approved. Be sure to follow the data submission policy located on the MD iMap Portal at: http://www.imap.maryland.gov/portal/docs/MDiMapDataSubmissionPolicy.pdf Please submit the following pieces of information to the supplied FTP site by X/X/2011.  All vector/raster datasets  An MXD that has all scale dependencies, symbolization, and field visibility defined for all data layers.  Metadata FTP Site Credentials: UN: XXX PW: XXX Thank You, CGIS MDiMap Team
  29. 29. How To: Submit Data/Services• How to submit a map service to MD iMap? 3. Deliver Data ◊ Post to the Supplied FTP Site: 1) All vector and/or raster datasets that the map service will use. Vector data can be delivered as a shapefile or in a file geodatabase. 2) An MXD that has all scale dependencies, symbolization, and field visibility defined for all data layers. 3) FGDC-Compliant metadata
  30. 30. How To: Submit Data/Services• How to submit a map service to MD iMap? 4. Map Service Deployment and Verification ◊ CGIS will load the dataset(s) into ArcSDE and create the map service(s) on the testing/ staging, pre-release and production servers. ◊ The following verification steps will occur: – Requesting party will verify the map service (via email) on the pre-release server: http://mdimap- prerelease.towson.edu/arcgis/services upon receiving an email from CGIS. – When confirmation is received to deploy to production, it will be the responsibility of the requesting party to verify production and provide confirmation.
  31. 31. How To: Submit Data/Services• How to submit a map service to MD iMap? Tips & Best Practices – Caching ◊ If you request your service be cached, the following scale dependencies need to be applied to each data layer in the MXD.Level 0 – 1:2,308,575 Level 6 – 1:36,072Level 1 – 1:1,154,288 Level 7 – 1:18,036Level 2 – 1:577,144 Level 8 – 1:9,018Level 3 – 1:288,572 Level 9 – 1:4,509Level 4 – 1:144,286 Level 10 – 1:2,254Level 5 – 1:72,143 Level 11 – 1:1,127
  32. 32. How To: Submit Applications
  33. 33. How To: Submit Applications• How to submit a web mapping application to reside on the MD iMap system? 1. Requirements Gathering & Notification of Upcoming Application 2. Data & Application Development 3. Functional Testing 4. MD iMap Testing/Staging Environment Deployment & Verification 5. Production Deployment 6. Maintenance
  34. 34. How To: Submit Applications• How to submit a web mapping application to reside on the MD iMap system? 1. Requirements Gathering & Notification of Upcoming Application ◊ Notify CGIS of initial request – send email to CGIS & DNR with application project sheet attached ◊ CGIS is available to meet to discuss questions
  35. 35. How To: Submit Applications• How to submit a web mapping application to reside on the MD iMap system? 1. Requirements Gathering & Notification of Upcoming Application Dear Ashley & Lisa, XXX agency would like to submit an application for inclusion on the MD iMap system. We would like to meet with you for a requirements gathering session with the ultimate goal of the application going live on March 21st, 2011. Please see the attached application project sheet for more details on the application. Thank You, Jane Doe XXX Agency
  36. 36. How To: Submit Applications• How to submit a web mapping application to reside on the MD iMap system? 2. Data & Application Development ◊ State Agency & County Staff or their contractors are responsible for: – Developing their business GIS layers & associated application development – Creating supporting MXDs, AGS cache, and their own development and review environment (as hosted by their organization)
  37. 37. How To: Submit Applications• How to submit a web mapping application to reside on the MD iMap system? 3. Functional Testing ◊ Application functionality is tested in the MD iMap environment
  38. 38. How To: Submit Applications• How to submit a web mapping application to reside on the MD iMap system? 4. MD iMap Testing/Staging Environment Deployment & Verification ◊ Applications are deployed on the testing/staging and pre-release environments ◊ State Agency and County Staff or their contractors are responsible for verifying the application on the pre-release server
  39. 39. How To: Submit Applications• How to submit a web mapping application to reside on the MD iMap system? 5. Production Deployment ◊ Once the pre-release application is verified and approved, the application will be deployed on the production servers ◊ State agency and county staff or their contractors are responsible for verifying the application on the production server
  40. 40. How To: Submit Applications• How to submit a web mapping application to reside on the MD iMap system? 6. Maintenance ◊ Data Updates ◊ Application Updates ◊ System Updates
  41. 41. Future Vision & Initiatives
  42. 42. Future Vision & Initiatives• Add Additional Data & Create Map Services• Add Additional Applications• Increase Technical Committee Participation• Develop Statewide GIS Strategic Plan• Secure Dedicated Funding• Implement Security Recommendations• Provide Additional User Training
  43. 43. Future Vision & Initiatives• Integrate Geoportal• Migrate System to ArcGIS 10• Activate WFS Component of Map Services• Update Gazetteer Map Service• Expand Portal Developer Area (Code Sharing)• Cache Basemap Using WGS Tiling Scheme• Archive MD iMap Data/Map Services
  44. 44. Questions?Julia Lukens jlukens@choosemaryland.org Scott Jeffrey sjeffrey@ccbcmd.edu Ashley Buzzeo abuzzeo@towson.edu

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