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GIS

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Tony Shriner

on 20 June 2016

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Transcript of GIS

GIS

No one was responsible before.
Position created in 2011.
Not spatial information management.
Position starts as a basic support for Facilities.
Position has been growing and now is key for company decisions.
Daily needs for all company.
Has not backup support.
Requires high analysis skills.
Government standards must be accomplish.
Frequently changes and new requirements.
Consequences:

Wrong coordinates
Mistakes
Misunderstandings
Delay in information delivery
Many versions
Over costs
Outdated
Waste of sources.
No planning.
What happens with geographic information :

Only one responsible to manage.
Provided by many areas.
Several formats.
NON official coordinates systems.
No procedures.
Different sources.
Not standard.
Status / Problems
Geomatics: tools and techniques used in:

Land surveying: coordinates and details obtaining.
Remote sensing: get info from satellite images, aerophotographs, etc.
GPS: obtain coordinates by using satellite information.
GIS: Geographic Information System.
System designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of geographical data.

Cartography: study and practice of making maps
Concepts
Concepts
Background
What is GIS?
instead of ....
and the result is...
Which GIS?
Empowering Water & Wastewater
NIOA GOALS
Overview & benefits of GIS
Choosing a GIS solution
Live Demo
[ Geographic Information System ]
Hardware
Software
Data
DATA
Aerial Photography
Photos / Videos
Spreadsheets
Scanned documents
GPS coordinates
SOFTWARE
HARDWARE
Engineering & Utility Data
Eliminate dependency on outdated paper maps
Quickly & easily access and share data with others
Capture critical knowledge from employees
Protection from catastrophe
SAVE
Fully customizable,
link external media
Record unlimited fields of data
Instant access to one CENTRAL location of data
Once input, data is easily maintained
Precise location of inventory & assets
UNIFIED Community
Elected Officials
Water/Sanitary/Storm
Planning & Zoning
Street & Public Works
Police / Fire / EMS / 911
Parks & Recreation
Practical Applicatons of GIS
Clutter & hassle of outdated paper maps
Inability to quickly & easily access data & share with others
Lose critical knowledge from retiring employees
Aftermath of a catastrophe?
No GIS...
Choosing the right
GIS solution for
your utility

Software
Platform
Type of provider
Accessing
GIS software
Base Map Creation
AutoCAD drawings
As-built engineering maps
County layers
Other data sources
How long in business & providing GIS?
Reputation...check references!
Customer & tech support ...(W-W-H)
Training
*Can everyone use it on a daily basis?*

Locally deployed
Cloud-based
Both
Software company
Engineering firm
Consultancy
Benefits of GIS
Practical Applications
Revised
Total
Coliform
Rule
Maintenance
Documentation
Practical
Applications
Combined
Sewer
Overflow
How much energy does it take to
power GIS?
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