Virtual geodata for geography Institute of Geography, University of Bern 15. November 2011 geo.admin.ch - the geoportal of...
ISO Bulletin, July 2001  Picture by morgan.burke 2 At least 80% of public and private decision-making is based on some spa...
Umsetzungskonzept zur Strategie für Geoinformation beim Bund 2003 Picture by lif : added value by  private   industry inve...
Infras (2008): Analyse Geoinformationsmarkt Schweiz. Roman Frick, David Finger. GFX: Ralph Straumann, www.ralphstraumann.c...
Picture by floofy Federal Act on Geoinformation (GeoIG), 1. July 2008 Art. 1  Aim This Act has the aim of ensuring that  g...
Result 1860 Dufour map tile à 256 2  pixel
1870 Siegfried map
2006 Buildings
…  create your own map style
Agglomeration …
affected in case of a nuclear incident
… .and mobile!
… .and API! Mashups made easy data -> data as service -> interface to services
Picture by Iklasuhl Amal Characteristics 500‘000‘000 tiles managed 10‘000 users/day, peak > 35‘000 users /day 1‘300  deliv...
Demo <ul><li>But HOW did we achieve this </li></ul>How did we achieve this
Components Sea of laws API Applications Geoservices Tiles & Databases OS Software stack View Search Access Cloud Computing
CloudComputing CloudComputing Picture by BasicGov  by ul_Marg Definition Cloud Computing  Fraunhofer-Institut, Nov 2010 „ ...
Infrastructure as a Service <ul><li>[Cloud Security and Privacy, by Tim Mather, Subra Kumaraswamy, and Shahed Latif, ISBN ...
Scalability on demand
More power in a few minutes Scalability on demand
Open Access api .geo.admin.ch  -> „freemium“ Picture by ul_Marga Access not ownership is where  all content is going…  (Ke...
Open Standards Picture by bekathwia  It is all about interoperability api .geo.admin.ch  -> RESTful, OGC wms .geo.admin.ch...
Open Source Picture by ravages Scalability on demand - innovation - reusable
..and it works! some awards: Picture by swisstopo
Future semantic web – linked data – web of things
Thank you for your attention  and welcome to [email_address] twitter.com/swiss_geoportal www.geo.admin.ch
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  • EUROGI/eSDI-Net Awards 2011 Winner CATEGORY TECHNOLOGY geo.admin.ch: the geoportal of the Swiss Confederation Dr. David Oesch, Project leader geo.admin.ch
  • Situation 60-80 % of all decisions taken by citizens can be related to geoinformation Coopers &amp; Lybrand 1996: Economic aspects of the collection, dissemination and integration of government’s geospatial information
  • Scientific studies have shown that providing easy &amp; inexpensive access have a multiplivative effect of 1:4 between public investment and aaded value by private market related to spatial data. Furthermore gov reputation and even higher tax revenues can increase Ausländische Studien weisen unter der Voraussetzung eines leichten und preiswerten Zugangs zu Geobasisdaten potenzielle Multiplikatoreffekte von 1:4 zwischen öffentlichen Investitionen und Wertschöpfungen auf dem privaten Geodatenmarkt nach. Bei rund 230 Mio. Franken jährlichen Investitionen von Bund und Kantonen in Geodaten entspricht dies einem theoretischen Marktpotenzial von rund 1 Mia. Franken. Die von GKG-KOGIS in Auftrag gegebene Marktanalyse hat gezeigt, dass im Geodatenmarkt Schweiz dieses Verhältnis mit einem Volumen von rund 200 Mio. Franken pro Jahr heute aber erst bei etwa 1:1 liegt.
  • Before the Geoinformation act came into force in 2008: cantonal and federal authorities invested around 230:SFR, this corresponds to a theroreical market potential of 1 billion swissfrank. The 2008 market analysis shows , that tis ratio is only about 1:2. So we are actaull not taking about peanuts
  • GeoIG Art. 1 Aim This Act has the aim of ensuring that geodata relating to the territory of the Swiss Confederation is made available for general use to the authorities of the Confederation, the cantons and communes, the private sector, the public and to academic and scientific institutions in a sustainable, up-to-date, rapid and easy manner, in the required quality and at a reasonable cost .
  • Geolocation New design Api OSS
  • Not data , but data as a service ande even better with a progamming interface
  • Approx 130 tiles per inhabitant, (a user session) Target: 6. Mio internt user in CH (85%)
  • What is invisible („under the hood“) is typically far more substancial than what the average vistors sees. These items steer the function and perfomance of the application. The red items are enabling the success of geo.admin.ch: the key was CC to bust innovation OA AS and OSS unleash ist power with CC
  • Federal Act on Geoinformation(GeoIG) Art. 1 Aim, Jul 2008 „ This Act has the aim of ensuring that geodata relating to the territory of the Swiss Confederation is made available for general use to the authorities of the Confederation, the cantons and communes, the private sector, the public and to academic and scientific institutions in a sustainable, up-to-date, rapid easy manner in the required quality and at reasonable cost. ” Definition Cloud Computing Fraunhofer-Institut, Nov 2010 „ Cloud Computing is a model , which ensures «on-demand» and online access to a shared pool of configurable computing-ressources such as networks, servers, storagesysteme, apps and services. Those can be made available rapid with minimal admininstration effort customized and cost effective. “
  • * IaaS (in opposition to SaaS and PaaS)-&gt; in order to have the full control of OS and Applications
  • Every SFR invested by swiss gov into geodata creates 4-5 swissfranks in GDP Best Content has no value without broad Access We used to be people of the book, now we are people of the screen. Now we have TV we read and books we watch. We are in the cloud, indeed, but now the cloud is looking back at us, too, and social reading results in social writing. Access not ownership is where all content is going…
  • Body laptop interface needs to be standards, this person builts an interface for himself map.geo.admin.ch: KML WMS suportes
  • Hopp on Opensource bandwagon Leverages the power oc cloud computing, boosts innovation Important: the whole stack needs to be OSS from OS to App level -&gt; have a loook at the luxembourg portal map.geoportail.lu
  • Some awards..one more now
  • Virtual Geodata: Bringing geodata potential to citizen

    1. 1. Virtual geodata for geography Institute of Geography, University of Bern 15. November 2011 geo.admin.ch - the geoportal of the Swiss Confederation: bringing geodata potential to citizen Dr. David Oesch, Project leader geo.admin.ch
    2. 2. ISO Bulletin, July 2001 Picture by morgan.burke 2 At least 80% of public and private decision-making is based on some spatial / geographic aspects
    3. 3. Umsetzungskonzept zur Strategie für Geoinformation beim Bund 2003 Picture by lif : added value by private industry investment by government 1 4 Geoinformation market
    4. 4. Infras (2008): Analyse Geoinformationsmarkt Schweiz. Roman Frick, David Finger. GFX: Ralph Straumann, www.ralphstraumann.ch Infras & IWV (2002): Analyse Geodatenmarkt Schweiz. Roman Frick, MarioKeller, Anna Vettori, Joel Meier, Dieter Spahni.
    5. 5. Picture by floofy Federal Act on Geoinformation (GeoIG), 1. July 2008 Art. 1 Aim This Act has the aim of ensuring that geodata relating to the territory of the Swiss Confederation is made available for general use to the authorities of the Confederation, the cantons and communes, the private sector, the public and to academic and scientific institutions in a sustainable, up-to-date, rapid and easy manner , in the required quality and at a reasonable cost . Law
    6. 6. Result 1860 Dufour map tile à 256 2 pixel
    7. 7. 1870 Siegfried map
    8. 8. 2006 Buildings
    9. 9. … create your own map style
    10. 10. Agglomeration …
    11. 11. affected in case of a nuclear incident
    12. 12. … .and mobile!
    13. 13. … .and API! Mashups made easy data -> data as service -> interface to services
    14. 14. Picture by Iklasuhl Amal Characteristics 500‘000‘000 tiles managed 10‘000 users/day, peak > 35‘000 users /day 1‘300 delivered tiles/s 150 thematic maps 5 languages 1 portal 1‘000‘000‘000 tiles delivered since 08/2010
    15. 15. Demo <ul><li>But HOW did we achieve this </li></ul>How did we achieve this
    16. 16. Components Sea of laws API Applications Geoservices Tiles & Databases OS Software stack View Search Access Cloud Computing
    17. 17. CloudComputing CloudComputing Picture by BasicGov by ul_Marg Definition Cloud Computing Fraunhofer-Institut, Nov 2010 „ Cloud Computing is a model , which ensures «on-demand» and online access to a shared pool of configurable computing-ressources such as networks, servers, storagesysteme, apps and services. Those can be made available rapid with minimal admininstration effort customized and cost effective. “ Federal Act on Geoinformation(GeoIG) Art. 1 Aim, Jul 2008 „ This Act has the aim of ensuring that geodata relating to the territory of the Swiss Confederation is made available for general use to the authorities of the Confederation, the cantons and communes, the private sector, the public and to academic and scientific institutions in a sustainable, up-to-date, rapid easy manner in the required quality and at reasonable cost. ”
    18. 18. Infrastructure as a Service <ul><li>[Cloud Security and Privacy, by Tim Mather, Subra Kumaraswamy, and Shahed Latif, ISBN 978-0-596-80276-9] </li></ul>Swisstopo‘s choice Traditional (On Premise) Platform as a Service (PaaS) Software as a Service (SaaS) Apps & Services VM Server Storage Network Apps & Services VM Server Storage Network Applications Services Server Storage Network Applications Services Server Storage Network Organization has control and responsibility Organisation shares control and responsibility with Cloud-provider Cloud provider has control and responsibility Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
    19. 19. Scalability on demand
    20. 20. More power in a few minutes Scalability on demand
    21. 21. Open Access api .geo.admin.ch -> „freemium“ Picture by ul_Marga Access not ownership is where all content is going… (Kevin Kelly) wms .geo.admin.ch -> open geo .admin.ch -> open map .geo.admin.ch -> open
    22. 22. Open Standards Picture by bekathwia It is all about interoperability api .geo.admin.ch -> RESTful, OGC wms .geo.admin.ch -> OGC geo .admin.ch -> all browsers/devices map .geo.admin.ch -> (all) browsers/devices
    23. 23. Open Source Picture by ravages Scalability on demand - innovation - reusable
    24. 24. ..and it works! some awards: Picture by swisstopo
    25. 25. Future semantic web – linked data – web of things
    26. 26. Thank you for your attention and welcome to [email_address] twitter.com/swiss_geoportal www.geo.admin.ch

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