Ross Caldow – Geomatic Technologies<br />Maja Barnett – Pacific Hydro<br />How map-based visualisation can enhance your us...
Overview<br /><ul><li>Maps in your life right now
Maps for business data visualisation
How to leverage maps
Case Study – Pacific Hydro
Demonstration – Maps in SharePoint
Business Benefits</li></li></ul><li>Geomatic Technologies<br /><ul><li>Melbourne headquartered company Est. 1994, 80 staff...
Leader in the provision of spatially based business solutions to government, road, rail & power utilities:
Field based asset mapping and inspections,
Spatial data distribution and value added reselling,
Digital aerial imagery and terrain models,
Enterprise GIS solutions including web & mobile technology,
Development, implementation and support of hosted and Application Service Provider (ASP) based solutions. </li></li></ul><...
Maps in your business life<br /><ul><li>FACT: Over 80% of business data has a spatial reference
Customers. Physical and mailing.
Assets, Facilities, Services
Events, Activities, Incidents
Routes.
Administrative, Jurisdictions</li></li></ul><li>Maps in your business life – Key TERMS<br /><ul><li>Geographic Information...
Geocoding, Geotagging, Geoparsing
Spatial web services
Web Mapping Services
GeoRSS feeds
Points, Lines and Polygons</li></li></ul><li>Maps in your business life<br /><ul><li>How spatial is your business data rig...
Street Addresses
Mailing addresses
Town names
Map References
Points of Interest (POIs)
Relative locations
Regions</li></li></ul><li>How is everyone else using maps?<br />Maps in Business<br />
Disaster recovery<br />
Business intelligence<br />
Asset Management<br />
Transportation<br />
DemoGraphics<br />
The Value of spatial enablement<br />Easier to understand the information<br />Better decision making<br />Powerful commun...
Case Study<br />Pacific Hydro<br />
BackGround<br /><ul><li>Australian company established in 1992
Since July 2005 100% owned by IFM
Involved in Hydro, Wind, Solar PV (Solar Flagships) and geothermal
Balanced portfolio of hydro and wind energy assets and development projects in Australia, Chile, Brazil and Philippines</l...
IT Systems<br />SharePoint 2007 operating since 2009<br />Operating GIS server (esri) since 2009<br />
Limitations of current system<br />The current GIS Server based system has the following disadvantages: <br />Only GIS per...
Limitations of current system<br />The current SharePoint system has the following disadvantages: <br />Documents cannot b...
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    1. 1. Ross Caldow – Geomatic Technologies<br />Maja Barnett – Pacific Hydro<br />How map-based visualisation can enhance your use of SharePoint.<br />
    2. 2. Overview<br /><ul><li>Maps in your life right now
    3. 3. Maps for business data visualisation
    4. 4. How to leverage maps
    5. 5. Case Study – Pacific Hydro
    6. 6. Demonstration – Maps in SharePoint
    7. 7. Business Benefits</li></li></ul><li>Geomatic Technologies<br /><ul><li>Melbourne headquartered company Est. 1994, 80 staff, Brisbane office, Canberra office, North American office.
    8. 8. Leader in the provision of spatially based business solutions to government, road, rail & power utilities:
    9. 9. Field based asset mapping and inspections,
    10. 10. Spatial data distribution and value added reselling,
    11. 11. Digital aerial imagery and terrain models,
    12. 12. Enterprise GIS solutions including web & mobile technology,
    13. 13. Development, implementation and support of hosted and Application Service Provider (ASP) based solutions. </li></li></ul><li>Maps in your life<br />
    14. 14. Maps in your business life<br /><ul><li>FACT: Over 80% of business data has a spatial reference
    15. 15. Customers. Physical and mailing.
    16. 16. Assets, Facilities, Services
    17. 17. Events, Activities, Incidents
    18. 18. Routes.
    19. 19. Administrative, Jurisdictions</li></li></ul><li>Maps in your business life – Key TERMS<br /><ul><li>Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    20. 20. Geocoding, Geotagging, Geoparsing
    21. 21. Spatial web services
    22. 22. Web Mapping Services
    23. 23. GeoRSS feeds
    24. 24. Points, Lines and Polygons</li></li></ul><li>Maps in your business life<br /><ul><li>How spatial is your business data right now?
    25. 25. Street Addresses
    26. 26. Mailing addresses
    27. 27. Town names
    28. 28. Map References
    29. 29. Points of Interest (POIs)
    30. 30. Relative locations
    31. 31. Regions</li></li></ul><li>How is everyone else using maps?<br />Maps in Business<br />
    32. 32. Disaster recovery<br />
    33. 33. Business intelligence<br />
    34. 34. Asset Management<br />
    35. 35. Transportation<br />
    36. 36. DemoGraphics<br />
    37. 37. The Value of spatial enablement<br />Easier to understand the information<br />Better decision making<br />Powerful communication tool<br />Saves time and effort<br />
    38. 38. Case Study<br />Pacific Hydro<br />
    39. 39. BackGround<br /><ul><li>Australian company established in 1992
    40. 40. Since July 2005 100% owned by IFM
    41. 41. Involved in Hydro, Wind, Solar PV (Solar Flagships) and geothermal
    42. 42. Balanced portfolio of hydro and wind energy assets and development projects in Australia, Chile, Brazil and Philippines</li></li></ul><li>BackGround<br /><ul><li>Pacific Hydro is planning to invest at least A$1.6 Billion in new clean energy projects</li></ul>Our Vision: Powering a cleaner world<br />
    43. 43. IT Systems<br />SharePoint 2007 operating since 2009<br />Operating GIS server (esri) since 2009<br />
    44. 44. Limitations of current system<br />The current GIS Server based system has the following disadvantages: <br />Only GIS personnel can access geospatial data<br />GIS personnel are required to produce large quantities of maps and plans with a large amount of replication<br />Departments are not aware of updates to geospatial data and may be using obsolete data<br />Updated information is provided to GIS personnel on an irregular basis<br />
    45. 45. Limitations of current system<br />The current SharePoint system has the following disadvantages: <br />Documents cannot be searched spatially or by individual asset<br />Multiple documents for an individual asset or geographic location must be searched individually and often within different document libraries<br />Spatial relationships between documents cannot be viewed<br />Spatial information stored within documents cannot be analysed<br />
    46. 46. Key objectives<br />Staff to be able to view current spatial data<br />To be able to search for documents stored in SharePoint spatially by asset or location<br />Spatially enable existing data for analysis<br />
    47. 47. Constraints<br />The GIS team in both Melbourne and Chile is small and do not want to create additional work<br />Majority of staff company wide do not have GIS background therefore need to create a system that is user friendly<br />Solution Design: Selection of Visual Fusion to link SharePoint and GIS<br />
    48. 48. 1st objective : staff viewing gis data<br />GIS data stored within geodatabases can be viewed in mapping interface within SharePoint<br />Staff can view the location of assets and when selecting assets view additional information stored within the geodatabase<br />Unlike other internet mapping solutions, any data updated within the geodatabase is immediately reflected in the mapping interface<br />
    49. 49. 1st objective – staff viewing gis data<br />
    50. 50. 1st objective – staff viewing gis data<br />
    51. 51. Key advantages<br />Adding value to spatial data<br />Providing company wide access to spatial information<br />Allowing individual departments to be informed<br />Improve decision making<br />
    52. 52. 2ndobjective: spatially Search documents<br />Document filtered search is limited by metadata assigned<br />Large quantity of documents specific to individual assets or a particular geographic location<br />Metadata field created to link documents to assets stored within GIS geodatabase<br />
    53. 53. 2ndobjective: spatially Search documents<br />
    54. 54. 2ndobjective: spatially Search documents<br />
    55. 55. Key advantages<br />Improving document search functionality<br />Improving efficiency and workflows<br />Providing user friendly interface for document searches<br />
    56. 56. 3rd Objective: spatially enable data <br />Health and Safety Incident Data stored within Excel Spreadsheets<br />Data moved to SharePoint List and location coordinates added (Latitude/Longitude)<br />Staff able to analyse incidents by location and categories to help prevent further incidents <br />
    57. 57. 3rd Objective: spatially enable data <br />
    58. 58. Key advantages<br />Spatially enabling existing information<br />Allow spatial and temporal analysis of data<br />Improve decision making<br />
    59. 59. Next steps<br />Development projects to be included in system<br />Reporting tools for Health and Safety Incident data<br />Sustainability reporting<br />
    60. 60. Demonstration<br />Visualising your business data in Sharepoint<br />
    61. 61. Demonstration<br />SharePoint Lists & Libraries(Excel, SHP, Images, Documents, Forms)<br />Feeds(KML, ATOM, GeoRSS, & WMS)<br />Bing Maps Web Services<br />Oracle, ArcSDE, SharePoint BCS & BDC<br />Custom <br />LOB Systems & Web Services (via SDK)<br />SQL Server<br />
    62. 62.
    63. 63. Where’s the business benefit?<br />
    64. 64. WHY use SharePoint for mapping?<br />Existing technology<br />Extend Business Intelligence<br />No specialist skills required<br />Centralised solution<br />
    65. 65. Business Benefits<br />
    66. 66. Better business through Visualisation and Maps<br />
    67. 67. Better Data Visualisation<br /><ul><li>Extend your existing SharePoint data to include “Location”
    68. 68. Enhance your business data usage
    69. 69. Integrate multiple datasets with common spatial coverage
    70. 70. Chose technology suited to your business</li></li></ul><li>The Value of spatial enablement<br />Easier to understand the information<br />Better decision making<br />Powerful communication tool<br />Saves time and effort<br />
    71. 71. SUMMARY<br /><ul><li>Maps in your life right now
    72. 72. Maps for business data visualisation
    73. 73. How to leverage maps
    74. 74. Case Study – Pacific Hydro
    75. 75. Demonstration – Maps in SharePoint
    76. 76. Business Benefit</li></li></ul><li>More Information<br />Ross Caldow<br />Maja Barnett<br />mbarnett@pacifichydro.com.au<br />rcaldow@geomatic.com.au<br />(03) 9694 4244<br />(03) 8621 6000 <br />www.geomatic.com.au<br />www.pacifichydro.com.au<br />

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