GIS in Construction


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GIS in Construction

  1. 1. Term ProjectSpatial Technologies in Infrastructure Construction and Management Presented by: Srinivasa N Instructor: Dr. Hubo Cai
  2. 2.  To develop a data model to incorporate the infrastructure components and management Model flexible enough for extension to other entities/facilities Model capable of tracking changes and storing historical data Scope – confined to Purdue University Campus
  3. 3. • Asset Inventory and Management• Bicycle Lane Maintenance• Bicycle Route Development• Bus Route Development• Capacity Planning• Construction• Evacuation Planning• Highway Traffic Management• Location Referencing Systems• Pavement Maintenance• Sand and Salt Spreading• Sanitation Services• Street Lighting• Street Signage• Traffic Signaling and Control Devices
  4. 4. MaintainenceDatabase Interesections OBJECTID RoadSegmentID ProjectDatabaseID Buildings Accident SHAPE Need/consists of ProjectLocation OBJECTID I1 IntersectionID ProLocate_X Type Need maintenance/ of ProLocate_Y ConstructionDate Bikepaths SHAPE RID ProjectType LastMaintainence I1 BuildingID AccidentType ProjectStartDate FK1 OBJECTID NextMainatainence BuildingName Location ProjectEndDate Description Need/consist of BLDGABBR Accidentdate Cost SHAPE Markings DesignDate Location_X I1 ProjectID I1 SegmentID SubTypeField ConstructionDate Location_Y proUpdateon Owner LastMaintainence I1 RoadSegmentID ProUpdatedby Material NextMainatainence Need maintenance/of Length Owner Occur on / have Width Address Consist of / are beside the ConstructionDate Area Occur on/are cause of some Need maintenance/of LastMainatainence Need database/ consist of details of Perimeter Need maintenance/of NextMainatainence Purpose Roads Incude /are on the Comments SHAPE_Length BusStations SHAPE_Length SHAPE_Area Street Sidewalks Updatedon SubtypeField Updatedby Updatedon SHAPE FK1 OBJECTID BikeStatus Updatedby Are part of / innclude I2 RoadSegmentID StreetID SHAPE BikeCondition BLDGStatus StreetName SHAPE StreetName StationID SpeedLimit I1 SidewalkIDI1 RoadSegmentID Capacity Capacity Owner DesignDate DesignDate Have / are beside the Material ConstructionDate ConstructionDate Width LastMaintainence LastMaintainence Area NextMainatainence NextMaintainence LastMaintainence Maintainedby Transit OneWay NextMaintainence SubTypeField NoLanes SHAPE_Length Updatedon Width Updatedby Occurs on / provide for Are part of/ include Slope Status TransitID Include construction of/are part of Material RouteName SHAPE_Length Consist of constructing/are types of RouteType I1 RID Updatedon ConstructionProjects Are part of / include construction of Updatedby FK1,FK2 OBJECTID Have / exist in intervals on different / travel on Have Have / are on the SHAPE PavementMarkings ProjectID Mode ProjectName OBJECTID Location OBJECTID EstimatedStartDate PavementID Signs EstimatedFinishDate RID Owner ActualStartDate Car DesignDate ActualFinishDate Bus ConstructionDate EstimatedCost StudentVehicle LastMaintainence SignID ActualCost UniversityVehicle NextMaintainence Owner Contractor Truck Condition DesignDate Length FromCoordinate InstallationDate Area ToCoordinate SignType SHAPE_Length Type SignStatus SHAPE_Area PaveStatus I1 RoadSegmentID RoadSegmentID Location Condition Location_X Location_Y Are beside
  5. 5. • Entities- Infrastructure facilities• Features- Polygons, Lines, Points• Attributes- IDs, Dates, Descriptions, Dimensions• Developed model represented as an ER model with the relations given on the links connecting different entities and features. The ER model is obtained from exporting the data from developed model into Visio and linking them manually.
  6. 6.  Data like maintenance database maintained for all the physical entities considered as infrastructure.
  7. 7. • Determines whether the facility needs a maintenance, and from it decides what kind of construction is needed.
  8. 8.  This set of fields helps tracking the progress of the maintenance of the facility.
  9. 9.  Use of JunctionID’s to determine the references of junctions and nodes.
  10. 10. • Network structure showing closed loops of roads around some of the buildings .