Spatially integrating your code enforcement

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  • Spatially integrating your code enforcement

    1. 1. introducingSpatially Integrating YourCode Enforcement
    2. 2. OverviewSpatially Integrating Your Code EnforcementWe have features for every step of the way• Rock Hills Requirements• Rock Hills GIS Environment• Why java script?• GIS Integrated• Our Challenges• End Result in GIS
    3. 3. ROCK HILLS REQUIREMENTSRock Hills Requirements1. ASP .Net Application on Server 20082. Zero client install3. Visual Studios 20104. Ajax Auto-Complete Extenders5. Not lose existing functionality6. Truly integrate to GIS and not work around it.
    4. 4. ROCK HILLS GIS ENVIRONMENTRock Hills GIS Environment1. City has an ELA2. SDE Database with GIS Server3. ESRI 10.14. Accurate Addressing System
    5. 5. WHY JAVA SCRIPT?Why Java Script?1. No Client Install2. Pure HTML3. Maximize Performance4. Browser Compatibility Issues
    6. 6. OUR CHALLENGESRock Hills Requirements1. Open Street Maps vs City Data Projection2. Parcel Rings3. 10.1 Required SQL 2008+4. Multiple Pictures
    7. 7. » 1. Bing and Open Street Map» 2. Pictometry» 3. Mapping tools to create Case Polygones» 4. Create Zoning Feature» 5. Select Address from GIS» 6. Parcel, Zoning, and Special Districts In Case» 7. Get Contact from GIS Parcel and CayentaUtility SystemGIS Integrated
    8. 8. End Result in GISEach case is preserved in thegeodatabase as a polygon and can beused for analysis and discovery trends.
    9. 9. Spatially Integrating Your CodeEnforcementSpatially Integrating YourCode Enforcement

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