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Presentation subject to come here
Geographic Information Systems
Think Spatially
31st May 2012
Agenda
2
What Is
GIS?
1
GIS
Development
Lifecycle
5
GIS In
Insurance
4
Why We
Need
GIS?
2
Real Time
Applications
3
Our GIS...
What Is GIS ?
1
Geography….!
Geographic Information Systems
An organized collection of computer
hardware, software, geographic data,
and personnel desi...
Confused….!
Geographic Information Systems
Way of organizing
geographical information
Why We Need
GIS ?
2
Why we need GIS ?
Visualization
Decision Making
Problem Solving
First known application of GIS
John Snow memorial
Real Time
Applications
3
Monitoring a Changing Climate
 Surface topography
 Ice sheet boundary
 Ice motion
 Snow accumulation
Service during natural calamities
Mapping of
Important
Locations
Rescue
Team and
Social
Worker
Outsource
Tasks
Haiti
Crisi...
Preventing Hunger
Crime Analysis
5 Minutes
10 Minutes
15 Minutes
Day to Day Scenario
How To Get
There A-B
Discover
Along The
Way
Explore
At Your
Destination
Where
To Go
GIS In
Insurance
4
GIS Mapping to Insurance criteria
Critical element
Where
Better market Reinsurance
Insurance
carrier’s
profitability
Under...
GIS
Development Lifecycle
5
Geographical Information System
Data
People Procedures
Hardware
Software
Network
Geographical
Information
System
GIS Life Cycle
GIS Life Cycle: Sampling & Data Model
• Data Model: A Conceptual description (Mental Model) of how data
are organized for ...
GIS Life Cycle: Data Transfer
• Data Structures: Methods of representing the data model
from w/in the computer
– Vector [A...
GIS Life Cycle: Data Analysis
Spatial Data: Geographically referenced data, identified according to
Location.
Points Lines...
GIS Life Cycle: Reports
• Mapping is a key feature of a GIS but it is NOT the whole story.
• Spatially Intelligent Reports...
GIS Life Cycle
Our GIS Story
6
Weather Dashboard
 Objective of the tool?
– Develop a web interface that allows Travelers to visualize the
weather data b...
Our GEO-SPATIAL CAPABILITIES
Weather Dashboard - Demo
Weather Dashboard - Demo
Challenges
7
Shape of the Earth
Projections of Earth
Oblate ellipsoid
Error in projection
Data
1.Volume
Volume of Data
Data
Frequency of updating
Technology
1.Volume
2.Frequency of updating
Is It Safe?
Future
8
2-D description  4-D interaction
Smarter Planet
Future !!!!
3D GIS
4D GIS
Time
Anna Salai - 1960
Anna Salai - 2012
Smarter Planet
Shoot
Thank You
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  1. 1. Presentation subject to come here Geographic Information Systems Think Spatially 31st May 2012
  2. 2. Agenda 2 What Is GIS? 1 GIS Development Lifecycle 5 GIS In Insurance 4 Why We Need GIS? 2 Real Time Applications 3 Our GIS Story 6 Q & A 9 Challenges 7 Future 8
  3. 3. What Is GIS ? 1
  4. 4. Geography….!
  5. 5. Geographic Information Systems An organized collection of computer hardware, software, geographic data, and personnel designed to effectively capture, store, manipulate, analyze, and display all forms of geographically referenced information.
  6. 6. Confused….!
  7. 7. Geographic Information Systems Way of organizing geographical information
  8. 8. Why We Need GIS ? 2
  9. 9. Why we need GIS ? Visualization Decision Making Problem Solving
  10. 10. First known application of GIS John Snow memorial
  11. 11. Real Time Applications 3
  12. 12. Monitoring a Changing Climate  Surface topography  Ice sheet boundary  Ice motion  Snow accumulation
  13. 13. Service during natural calamities Mapping of Important Locations Rescue Team and Social Worker Outsource Tasks Haiti Crisis(2010)
  14. 14. Preventing Hunger
  15. 15. Crime Analysis 5 Minutes 10 Minutes 15 Minutes
  16. 16. Day to Day Scenario How To Get There A-B Discover Along The Way Explore At Your Destination Where To Go
  17. 17. GIS In Insurance 4
  18. 18. GIS Mapping to Insurance criteria Critical element Where Better market Reinsurance Insurance carrier’s profitability Underwriting
  19. 19. GIS Development Lifecycle 5
  20. 20. Geographical Information System Data People Procedures Hardware Software Network Geographical Information System
  21. 21. GIS Life Cycle
  22. 22. GIS Life Cycle: Sampling & Data Model • Data Model: A Conceptual description (Mental Model) of how data are organized for use by the GIS. • They are not always designed to deal with the limitations of computers GIS Data Models Attribute Data Models Spatial Data Models Raster Data Model Vector Data Model Image Data Model
  23. 23. GIS Life Cycle: Data Transfer • Data Structures: Methods of representing the data model from w/in the computer – Vector [Arc/Nodes] Data Structures – Raster [Grid] Data Structures
  24. 24. GIS Life Cycle: Data Analysis Spatial Data: Geographically referenced data, identified according to Location. Points Lines Polygons Non-Spatial [Attribute Data ]: The attributes refer to the properties of spatial entities. Spatial Data Community- developed data sets Framework Data sets
  25. 25. GIS Life Cycle: Reports • Mapping is a key feature of a GIS but it is NOT the whole story. • Spatially Intelligent Reports : Provides links between point, lines, areas, grids & Attributes in a database. – Identify trends on the data. – Create new relationships from the data. – View complex relationships between data sets. – Make better decisions.
  26. 26. GIS Life Cycle
  27. 27. Our GIS Story 6
  28. 28. Weather Dashboard  Objective of the tool? – Develop a web interface that allows Travelers to visualize the weather data by day, zoom into areas of significant “Impact” to provide appropriate metrics related to the weather, policies, and claims.  Targeted Users – Application will be utilized primarily by the “CAT Center” to enhance event response activity.
  29. 29. Our GEO-SPATIAL CAPABILITIES Weather Dashboard - Demo
  30. 30. Weather Dashboard - Demo
  31. 31. Challenges 7
  32. 32. Shape of the Earth
  33. 33. Projections of Earth Oblate ellipsoid
  34. 34. Error in projection
  35. 35. Data 1.Volume Volume of Data
  36. 36. Data Frequency of updating
  37. 37. Technology 1.Volume 2.Frequency of updating
  38. 38. Is It Safe?
  39. 39. Future 8
  40. 40. 2-D description  4-D interaction Smarter Planet Future !!!!
  41. 41. 3D GIS
  42. 42. 4D GIS Time
  43. 43. Anna Salai - 1960
  44. 44. Anna Salai - 2012
  45. 45. Smarter Planet
  46. 46. Shoot
  47. 47. Thank You

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