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Diverse Opportunities to Compile and Share Maps

  1. 1. Diverse Opportunities to Compile and Share Maps:Lessons Learned through the Esri User Conference blah, blah blah… blah blah, blah Aileen Buckley, Alex Yule, Andrew Skinner, and Craig McCabe Esri Mapping Center Team @mappingcenter
  2. 2. The UC 2010 Map Extravaganza! Aileen Buckley, Alex Yule, Andrew Skinner, and Craig McCabe Esri Mapping Center Team @mappingcenter
  3. 3. Let’s start at the very beginning…
  4. 4. A plethora of maps…• Print • Online  Pocket agenda maps • Map services p  Large-format agenda maps f • Cached map service for  Education UC and Homeland each floor level Security Summit maps • Integration with topo  Lunch map p basemap service  Image map* • Application  Hotel map**  Room and Route Finder  Hallway maps** • Room finding functionality  Downtown San Diego map** D t S Di ** • Routing service • Bells and whistles * in production • iPhone (via ArcGIS.com) ** for 2011 Mapping Center Team
  5. 5. A plethora of maps…• Print • Online  Pocket agenda maps • Map services p  Large-format agenda maps f • Cached map service for  Education UC and Homeland each floor level Security Summit maps • Integration with topo  Lunch map p basemap service  Image map* • Application  Hotel map**  Room and Route Finder  Hallway maps** • Room finding functionality  Downtown San Diego map** D t S Di ** • Routing service • Bells and whistles * in production • iPhone (via ArcGIS.com) ** for 2011 Mapping Center Team
  6. 6. Why bother? 5 5” Persistent and temporary features/events Superflous detail3” Illegible labels Detail for inaccessible areas Illegible icons
  7. 7. More evidence against the state… 11” Symbols not in legend 8.5” Symbols not the same Colors not in legend size as in legend
  8. 8. Our solution…
  9. 9. Our solution… Replace with different graphic from Andrew
  10. 10. A closer look… Numbers for persistent features/ Letters for temporary features/ events events Symbols explained in legend y p g (legend continued on second page) No superflous detail Inaccessible areas Legible labelsLegible icons
  11. 11. A closer look…
  12. 12. A plethora of maps…• Print • Online  Pocket agenda maps • Map services p  Large-format agenda maps f • Cached map service for  Education UC and Homeland each floor level Security Summit maps • Integration with topo  Lunch map p basemap service  Image map* • Application  Hotel map**  Room and Route Finder  Hallway maps** • Room finding functionality  Downtown San Diego map** D t S Di ** • Routing service • Bells and whistles * in production • iPhone (via ArcGIS.com) ** for 2011 Mapping Center Team
  13. 13. Old• 3D (disorienting)• Non-cartographic• S h Schematic routes ti tNew• 2D• Cartographic g p• “Natural-walk” routes Mapping Center Team
  14. 14. Demo: http://uc2010.esri.com/map
  15. 15. CAD → GIS CAD Features Attributes
  16. 16. Multiple buildings Marriott Hotel San Diego Convention Center Hilton Hotel
  17. 17. Multiple floor levels Level 1 Level 2 - Lobby Level 3 Level 4
  18. 18. Multiple scales 1:4,500 1:2,257 1:2 257 1:1,128
  19. 19. Making a Web map with ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Server Web ClientsGeodatabase ArcMap Map Service ArcGIS Desktop Clients Map Service URL
  20. 20. The application• Map functionality  High quality High-quality cartography  Locator map  Legend  Room levell toggle R l t l  Rich interactive Ux• Room finding g• Routing between rooms  Humanized routes  H Handicap-accessible option di ibl ti  Route time estimates
  21. 21. Demo: http://uc2010.esri.com/map
  22. 22. Application• Services  8 Map Services • 1 per floor for UC maps (4) • Labels • Topo basemap • Additions to topo basemap (hotels) • Locator map  1 Geoprocessing Service • Running off cartographic-quality 3D network• Built with Flex 3, ArcGIS API for Flex 2  Room finding
  23. 23. Old Network• Routes to center of rooms• Straight-line schematics• Missing route segments
  24. 24. Building the new network…
  25. 25. Creating curved paths Set arc endpoints
  26. 26. Set arc tangency
  27. 27. Densify!
  28. 28. Checkingconnectivity
  29. 29. Routing Task
  30. 30. Network checker script
  31. 31. Viewable in ArcGIS for iOS
  32. 32. App flow• Rudimentary de-coupled, event-driven architecture, some model/controller/command elements• Classes  Route C Command d • A command class to build, issue and handle the results from our magical gpp task  StopsManager • Parses the route segments into “stops” to display in the RouteNavigator using Floor/Building combinations  MapViewController • Listens for MapView events and responds by setting the map extent and active floor layer  DrawRouteCommand • Handles drawing the route segments on the proper floors, as well as route symbology (start, end floor transition points)  FindRoomCommand • Waits for a FindRoomEvent then zooms the map to the room passed by event data FindRoomEvent, event.data  FloorManager • Responds to FloorChangeEvents by setting the current floor and fading the overlay layer out and in to hide load delays• Components  FloorChooser  Legend  LocatorMap  RouteChooser • Where you input your desired route or room to find  RouteNavigator g • Displays the route “stops” …blah, blah, blah
  33. 33. Future work• Link to conference agenda/personal scheduler• Enhanced network  Map of exhibitor space  Exterior space (downtown San Diego)  Time-sensitive routing  Adding amenities• Mobile client Mapping Center Team
  34. 34. Future work• Link to conference agenda/personal scheduler• Enhanced network  Map of exhibitor space  Exterior space (downtown San Diego)  Time-sensitive routing  Adding amenities• Mobile client Mapping Center Team
  35. 35. Demo: http://uc2010.esri.com/map

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