NATIONAL STATES GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION COUNCIL 2105 Laurel Bush Rd.  Bel Air, MD 21015  443-640-1075  www.nsgic.org
Closing in on Societal GIS @martenhogeweg
Back in 2000… We Put a Map in a Phone
… and thought of bigger things…
… how small devices have big effects…
… and many uses…
. . . It’s Inevitable
Today GIS Has Become Part Of Society Science/Modeling  Emergency  Management Facility  Management Energy  Natural  Resourc...
Example: Government Transparency Unemployment Map Funding Recovery.gov Maryland Capital  Budget Arkansas iPhone App
Example: Haiti/Chile Earthquakes <ul><li>Emergency response (hours/days):  </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Effective delivery of eme...
GEO Viewer – Haiti Support http://geoss.esri.com/geoviewer Fuses OpenStreetMap, Commercial Imagery, OGC services, ArcGIS O...
From Presentation to Interaction Issue Reporting Citizen Science Mobile Devices Web Browsers Desktop Feature Service
ArcGIS 10 <ul><li>Mapping </li></ul><ul><li>Analysis </li></ul><ul><li>Collaboration </li></ul><ul><li>Editing </li></ul><...
In 2010… We’re Closing in on Societal GIS…
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  • Let’s start with facts. Do not focus too much in justifying the need, but assume this as a fact and move then from needs to solutions
  • Providing transparency to society at national and local scales
  • This slides shows how geographic information helps in responding to a natural disaster from the immediate response to the development of services supporting the society Abstracting away from the source of geographic data that may vary over the different phases, the common pattern is situational awareness for better decision making obtained by collaborating and using the available geographic data is find, use, combine and collaborate. Next slides will further discuss needs for find, use, combine, and collaborate.
  • ESRI offers many ways to access GIS You can access GIS via a Web browser. You can login and find use, create, and share maps and apps. You can “start your GIS” by running a rich client like a Silverlight app called “Explorer” and also with a new Flex app. You can access your GIS using Windows devices, using Windows Mobile apps, and iPhone and Android apps (future looking) GIS analysts can start their GIS using ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Server (local or cloud)   Some of the methods above only work with online data. Some work with local data too. For example, ArcGIS Desktop works with cloud and local data. Like weather, GIS works in “fully cloudy” conditions (all cloud-based), a “partly cloudy” conditions (using cloud-based and local), and in “clear” conditions (all local, behind firewalls, etc.)
  • NATIONAL STATES GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION COUNCIL

    1. 1. NATIONAL STATES GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION COUNCIL 2105 Laurel Bush Rd. Bel Air, MD 21015 443-640-1075 www.nsgic.org
    2. 2. Closing in on Societal GIS @martenhogeweg
    3. 3. Back in 2000… We Put a Map in a Phone
    4. 4. … and thought of bigger things…
    5. 5. … how small devices have big effects…
    6. 6. … and many uses…
    7. 7. . . . It’s Inevitable
    8. 8. Today GIS Has Become Part Of Society Science/Modeling Emergency Management Facility Management Energy Natural Resources Environmental Protection Law Enforcement Supporting Planning, Management, and Decision Making . . . Crime Human Health Education Logistics Energy Defense/Security Agriculture/Forestry Public Safety Global Warming Urbanization Pollution Congestion Land Use Oceans Business Efficiency Water Development Biodiversity Population Economic Recovery Humanitarian Relief National Security Conservation Land Management
    9. 9. Example: Government Transparency Unemployment Map Funding Recovery.gov Maryland Capital Budget Arkansas iPhone App
    10. 10. Example: Haiti/Chile Earthquakes <ul><li>Emergency response (hours/days): </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Effective delivery of emergency services and supplies </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>All sources of information may help </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Reconstruction (weeks/months): </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Rebuilding of essential services and infrastructures </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Continuously evolving decentralized geographic data sources </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Development (months/years): </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Planning, development of services to support the society </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>From an unstructured societal contribution of observations to a managed operational framework to support </li></ul></ul>Find Use Combine Collaborate
    11. 11. GEO Viewer – Haiti Support http://geoss.esri.com/geoviewer Fuses OpenStreetMap, Commercial Imagery, OGC services, ArcGIS Online, ... Provides 2-way Twitter Client, Flickr Search, …
    12. 12. From Presentation to Interaction Issue Reporting Citizen Science Mobile Devices Web Browsers Desktop Feature Service
    13. 13. ArcGIS 10 <ul><li>Mapping </li></ul><ul><li>Analysis </li></ul><ul><li>Collaboration </li></ul><ul><li>Editing </li></ul><ul><li>Compilation </li></ul>ArcGIS Using and managing maps & geographic information Cloud/Web Services Enterprise Server Local Mobile iPhone Android Windows Blackberry Desktop Browser Rich client Basic client
    14. 14. In 2010… We’re Closing in on Societal GIS…

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