Aspec Data Standards

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George Havakis - GISSA

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Aspec Data Standards

  1. 1. From “dirt to digits” A Trans Tasman Collaboration
  2. 2. BackgroundA-SPEC is a program involved in the development of standard data specifications for recording information of new or existing assets.• It provides a core structure, identified and (distilled) by SME’s. To simplify information management for Asset Managers and Owners
  3. 3. The focusThe focus is twofold:-1. Receive consistent information about Council’s Assets a) “Gifted” Assets – Developer works b) Capital Works – Internal programs2. Using GIS technology to visualize AND validate data
  4. 4. 10 years ond-spec outlines the specifications for digital files containing storm w ater drainage data : pipe,pit, property connections and Water Sensitive Design Elements (W SUD) .r-spec outlines the specifications for digital data of authorities’ assets within the Road Reserve .o-spec outlines the specifications for digital data of Public Open Space and RecreationAssets.s-spec outlines the specifications for digital data containing Sew erage/ W astew ater assetdata.This specification is being created in collaboration with WCC, MWC & Southern Water.w-spec outlines the specifications for digital data containing W ater supply assets . Thisspecification is being created in collaboration with WCC, MWC & Southern Water.b-spec outlines the specifications for the delivery of digital data relating to Building Assets .This specification is currently in the being developed and will be available for commentt-spec outlines the specifications for the collection of digital data relating to opticalfibre/ telecom m unications assets . It is planned to further develop from its current formatwithin d-spec.
  5. 5. Consortium andStakeholder Group 15 of 25 Growth Area Councils across Australia
  6. 6. Industry ParticipationAsset Management Vendor examples• Assetic – Shire of Kalamunda (WA)• Adapt Solutions – Bass Coast Shire (Vic)• CIVICA - City of Rockingham (WA)• Hansen - City of Casey (Vic)• Bizeasset – Colac Otway (Vic)• Technology One – City of Fremantle (WA)• Conquest – Cardinia Shire (Vic)• Asset Master – City of Wyndham (Vic)• InfoNET – City of Wellington (NZ)
  7. 7. Created the Possibility for CollaborationNew paradigm = developingnew practice allowing forevolution of ideas, conceptsand processes
  8. 8. Broad Adoption for the Whole Asset Lifecycle WHERE WE WERE WHERE WE ARE NEXT STEP WHERE WE ARE GOING Manual GIS Ready Submissions Collaboration & Discoverability Integration & Broad Submissions Flexible Open exchange formats Sharing between Local & State Adoption Paper, CAD, Uptake from Councils Government, Utilities, Software Vendors, Delivery Portals (Spear, DXF, DMF, Consultants, Developers &Other agencies SLIP, Landonline, SiX) Asset Framework for data Excel TWG. Metadata. collectionBusiness Model ISOLATED COLLABORATIVE INTEGRATED
  9. 9. EngagementGovernance Model
  10. 10. New Zealand Stakeholders A-SPEC founding member in New ZealandInitial Focus - 3 WATERS d-spec outlines the specifications for digital files containing storm w ater drainage data : pipe, pit, property connections and Water Sensitive Design Elements (W SUD) . s-spec outlines the specifications for digital data containing Sew erage asset data. This specification is being created in collaboration with WCC, Southern Water, Cradle Mountain Water, Ben Lomond Water and MWC. w-spec outlines the specifications for digital data containing W ater supply assets . This specification is being created in collaboration with WCC, Southern Water, Cradle Mountain Water, Ben Lomond Water and MWC.
  11. 11. New Zealand Specific RequirementsResponsibility of the Developer/ConsultantThe developer/consultant or their representative shall be responsible for:• ensuring that any information provided by the consortia members is verified prior to any works being undertaken.• ensuring that the "As Built Information” of the Works are recorded and certified to comply with the requirements of this document and forwarded to the A-SPEC consortium member prior to the works being accepted and cleared to receive a “Clearance“ for sign off under Sections 223/224(c) of the Resource Management Act 1991.• ensuring that the data supplied to the A-SPEC member is correct, accurate, and complete.• ensuring compliance with the relevant council, utility and water authority standards and codes of practice.• ensuring the data is supplied within 15 working days of work being practically completed unless otherwise agreed with the relevant consortium member.• ensuring that the information provided is relative to the cadastral information being maintained in the digital cadastral database (DCDB) by Land Information New Zealand (LINZ).• Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA) is New Zealand’s main piece of environmental legislation and provides a framework for managing the effects of activities on the environment.
  12. 12. New Zealand Specific RequirementsDATUM• New Zealand Transverse Mercator Projection• New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000 (NZGD2000)• New Zealand Vertical Datum 2009 (NZVD2009)• Local Mean Sea Level Datums
  13. 13. Asset Infrastructure Project Business Process Traceability Model Communicate with Stakeholders Benefits of Improved Asset Management Guiding • Strong Governance Process As-is Plan Infrastructure asset operations including Data and Accountability • More sustainable Establish existing WCC policies as per WCC Asset Management Policy, Standards, Acts, decisions Knowledge - eg A Spec • Enhanced Customer service • Effective Risk Determine requirements and provide resources Management • Improved Financial Core efficiency • Improved Asset DataProcess As- is Asset Planning Asset Acquisition Financial Asset Operation & and quality and Creation Management Maintenance Gate Reviews Gate Reviews Gate Reviews Gate Reviews Asset Condition & Asset Renewals & Asset Disposal & Asset Management, Performance Rehabilitation Rationalisation Audit & Review Monitoring Gate Reviews Gate Reviews Gate Review Gate Reviews Enabling Asset Management Teams Process As-is Asset Management Plans Information Systems and Tools Asset Management Service Delivery Based of the IIMM Quality Management 2011 ‘Best Practice” Guide to Asset Management Continuous Improvement
  14. 14. Data Demonstration
  15. 15. Real Datareceived from Industry
  16. 16. Attributes of a roundabout
  17. 17. Attributes of aroad centreline
  18. 18. Attributes of a tree in the roundabout
  19. 19. Attributes of a sign
  20. 20. Attributes of anonroad parking area
  21. 21. Success… is the uncommon application of common knowledge Ivan Misnerw w w .a-specstandards.com .au

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