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GIS in the Enterprise

Presentation for National Weather Service Tech Days

October 30, 2008

Dan O’Leary

Enterprise Solutions, ESRI


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Geographic Information System (GIS)

A GIS is a system for the Management, Analysis, Visualization andDisseminationof Geographic Information…

… for effective, timely, and efficientcollaboration, problem solving, anddecision-making.

Enterprise Lab

2


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Land/Property

Management

GIS is Used to Build Information Systems

… providing many capabilities

… in many industries …

Command & Control

Business Analysis

Incident Management

  • Federal Government

  • State & Local Government

  • Natural Resources

  • Utilities

  • Transportation & Logistics

  • Intelligence

  • Defense

  • Science & Technology

  • Public Safety

  • Homeland Security

  • Environmental

  • Water/Wastewater

  • Telecommunications

  • Weather / METOC

  • Agriculture

  • Energy

  • Mining

  • Insurance/Banking

  • Retail

  • Real Estate

  • Education

Network Management

Facility Management

Image

Management

Cartographic Production

Resource Management


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GIS Has Evolved - Supporting the EnterpriseInfrastructure, Architecture, and Application Technology

Traditional

Contemporary

Emerging

Client / Server

Web Services

Services Oriented Architecture

  • Integrating Distributed Data and Applications

  • Connecting Communities and Enabling Collaboration

  • Supporting Real-time Operations

  • Powering the Specialist—and Reaching the Generalist

. . . and delivering critical mission capabilities


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Corporate Portal

(User-customisable)

GIS

(ArcGIS Desktop)

Specialist Apps

(Business/GeoScience)

www

Internet (search, trade journals,

hosted services)

Browse

(folders, categories)

Search

(spatial, text, natural language)

Geoparsing

&

Geocoding

Business Catalog

(Central Asset Register)

GIS Catalog

(Metadata per layer)

A

B

Federated DBs

(joint-up business net)

Library Records

(incl. hardcopies)

Documents

(Livelink EDMS)

C

Shell OilGeocentric Enterprise Example

User

Application

interfaces

Find &

Retrieve

Corporate

Memory

Imagery

(Satellite, Grids)

Federated GIS DBs

(joined-up GIS net)


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ArcObjects

SearsGeospatially Enabled Enterprise Example

GIS Based Service Area Planning

Forecasted Demand Available Fleet

Sears Enhanced Home Delivery System (EHDS)

Warehouse Optimization

Routing forklifts

Nationwide Geocoding and Route Optimization

  • Customer Request

  • Home Delivery OR

  • Home Product Repair

  • Customer Service

  • Delivery Vehicle departs to your home to Deliver Merchandise

  • Service Technician Departs to your home for Product Repair

Mainframe CIS

Computer Aided Routing System (CARS)

Mobile Mapping

Capacity Area Management System (CAMS)

Geocoding and Route Optimization

In-Vehicle Navigation

Assign Technicians to work areas


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Hillsborough County CollaborationGeospatially Enhanced Enterprise Example

Public Access Portal

County Ops Center

Geodatabase

Replication

Web Service

Live Weather

Evacuation Zones

Evacuation Zones

Real-time Evac Info

Web Services

Web Services

Electricity Outages

Impact Probability

Shelter Routing

Shelter Status

Color Imagery

Job Search

Infrared Imagery

Available Jobs

Production

Geodatabase

Publication

Geodatabase



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Enterprise Infrastructure Technology

Developments in …

  • Faster Processing

    • Multi-core, Blades

  • Increased Bandwidth

  • Larger Storage

  • Web Services Standards

  • Mobile Technologies

  • Real Time Networks

Servers

Desktop

Scalable

Networked

Hardware

Web

Services

Laptop

PDA

Phone

… accommodate GIS demands …

  • Unique imagery and mapping content, and a variety of data models/formats

  • Very large, distributed databases

  • Legacy systems built around computing and integration constraints

. . . and enable integration in mainstream applications


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Evolving Enterprise Architectures

Services Oriented…

3-D

Viewers

Clients

Rich Internet Client

2-D

Viewers

Consume / Use

Integration Platform

Map &

Chart

Open

Web

Tracking

& RSS

Catalog

Geo-

Process

Image-

Process

Services

Globe

Serve

Data

Author / Publish

Rapid development, legacy integration, interoperability, integration, sustainability…


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+

+

Mashups

GIS Services

& Web Content

GIS Servers

GIS is Evolving on the Web 2.0 PlatformIntuitive Integration with Multiple Information Systems

  • Consumer Base Maps & Content

  • Geo-Referenced Web Content

Web

Users

GIS

Users

Sensor Networks

GIS

Geo-Referenced

Web Content

GIS

Knowledge

Web Maps

& Globes

(Google & Microsoft)

. . . Creating a New Kind of Geospatial Framework

. . . In an Open and Interoperable Environment


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Advancing GIS TechnologyComprehensive, Robust Platform …

  • Rich Application Clients

  • Standard Development Environments

  • Out-of-the-Box GIS Services

  • Easy to Install & Manage

  • Scalable

  • High Performance

  • Interoperable

  • Affordable

Desktop

GIS

Server

GIS

Online

GIS

Delivering

  • Advanced Cartography

  • Visualization—2D and 3D

  • Spatial Analysis and Modeling

  • Temporal Analysis and Modeling

  • Data Management

  • . . . Enabling Enterprise GIS



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Engage and Serve Multiple Stakeholders

Different, legitimate enterprise perspectives …

  • Users – Problem Solving

    • Implement Data Management (Creation, Collection, Editing), Analysis (Models, Workflow), and Visualization capabilities.

  • CIO/IT – Reliability and Efficiency

    • Optimize IT performance—stability, scalability, security ,economy; comply with standards; and deliver on-time/on-budget projects.

  • CEO/CFO - Business Value

    • GIS-enable mainstream applications on an integrated IT foundation, unifying organizations and delivering strong ROI. 

      … requires sustained Governance comprising executive champion, IT, security, budget, contracts, and users.


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Serving Mainstream Business NeedsQuality, Timeliness, Efficiency

Visualization

Information Integration

Analysis/Workflow

More than maps and imagery … a foundation for business planning and execution

Common Operating Picture


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Mission Requirements

Identify Services

Mission Governance

Design

SOA Framework

Measure

Infrastructure

3 month cycles

Build

Use

IT Governance

Deploy

Evaluate

Test

Library of reusable services

Service

Registry

Build Agile Geospatial Solutions--SOA

Rapid Prototyping in

Development “Spirals”

Incremental Migration to

Exploit Legacy

Service Enabled Components

Existing Capabilities

Legacy

Legacy

Wrap

Connect

Enterprise Service Bus

Legacy

COTS-Based

Replacement

Replace

Service Connectors

Retire

Deactivate

Better managingrisk, cost, and IT resources



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Enterprise GIS BenefitsQuality, Timeliness, Efficiency

  • Integrate disconnected GIS applications

  • Integrate GIS with other enterprise applications

  • Rationalize overlapping development efforts

  • Improve geospatial data management and applications

  • Optimize IT infrastructure efficiency and performance

  • Improve access to geographic information

  • Use geography to fuse enterprise knowledge

  • Deliver new geospatially-based products and services

  • Accelerate the analysis and decision cycle

  • Extend geospatial capabilities to generalists


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