Presentation on theme: "Geospatial Sub Committee"— Presentation transcript:
1Geospatial Sub Committee NWCGGeospatial Sub CommitteeGISS WebinarWednesday February 12, 20141:00 PM EasternNoon Central11:00 AM Mountain10:00 AM PacificNational Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG)Geospatial Subcommittee (GSC)
2Today’s Presenters Emmor Nile, OR (State) Sean Triplett, USFS NIFC Andy Wilson, USFSDale Guenther, USFSKathie Hansen, NPSDave Hammond, NPSCameron Tongier, FWS NIFCKaty Madrid-Hipke, BLM NIFCJoe Kafka, BIA NIFCJohn Watermolen, NV (State)Curt Stripling, TX (State)Lorri Peltz-Lewis, USFSAndrew Bailey, DOI WFM-RD&ATom Mellin, USFSJodi Riegle, USGS
3Introduction and objectives Sean Triplett USFS Fire & Aviation, Boise
5Objective:To inform wildland fire incident GIS resource people about the status of topics impacting the 2014 fire season.Overview:Sponsored by Geospatial Sub Committee (GSC)Questions submitted via or Webinar chatOne hour in lengthQualified GISS and GISS-T invitedSituation unit leaders invitedWebinar recording to be posted at gis.nwcg.gov
9http://egp.nwcg.gov EGP = Authoritative Fire data + Visualization + Analytics Accounts?Sean Triplett –Jill Kuenzi –
1010.0, 10.1 or 10.2 ArcGIS version status, USFS – ArcGIS 10.1 – Andy WilsonNPS – ArcGIS 10.1 – Dave HammondFWS – ArcGIS 10 (10.1) Cameron TongierBLM – ArcGIS 10 (10.1) – Katy HipkeTribes & BIA – ArcGIS 10 (10.1) – Joe KafkaBIA is in transition from ArcGIS 9 to version 10Approximately 70% of the tribes in the west have switched to version 10
11States ArcGIS Status Curt Stripling, Texas 10 –WI, KY, TX, LA, AL, NC, VA, FL, SC9.3.1 – GA, OK, MI, OH, VA, MS9.3 – MN9.2 – ARBe prepared with install media for AND 10.Flexibility/Adaptability will be key. Use contract computers where appropriate.
12John Watermolen, Nevada All western states are planning on using ArcGIS 10.x in 2014.OR, NV, AK,CA – 10.2ID, WA, MT, UT – 10.1AZ – 10.1 and 10.2HI – 10.0NM – 10.1 migrating to 10.2 this springBe prepared with install media for AND 10.Flexibility/Adaptability will be key. Use contract computers where appropriate.
14FIMT for version 10.1 status Sean Triplett(May 2013):ArcGIS Add-in, no longer an extensionWorks with 10.1 and 10.2Beta in June 2014Direct upload to EGPFIMT issuesAcreage – equal area will be different from UTM acres, FIMT is more correct in terms of acreageLarge fires (150,000 acres) -> PGDB
18Technology Rentals Lorri Peltz-Lewis USFS R5, California Contract w/ Region 5 – 3 year option possible – includes:Computers, Plotter, Printer, Scanners, etc.GISS Computer: Win7 (64-bit), Intel i7, 16 GB RAM, 1280x960 resolution, Ethernet/WiFi/Bluetooth, etc.GISS Software: ArcGIS 10.1 & 10.2 w/ current SP, 10 licenses, FIMT, DNR GPS, xTools, CALFIRE Tools, Google Earth, etc tested, CALFIRE being fixed.Full list of specifications available –Plotter – 36” min, postscript, 4-color ink, max memory, cables, etc. 1 new set of consumables (ink, paper, waste), recycled items not acceptable.Printer – 3 types – monochrome, all-in-one, color laser;All include cables, drivers (Win7 & WinXP Pro), Ethernet/USB, 1 full set consumables (recycled items not acceptable)Options include WiFi & print from mobile deviceColor Laser - 11x17” min.Scanners – pagesize only at this time, can include large format in future.Networking – switches, routers, cablesPeripheral Devices – NAS, USB Keypads, can add to…Others - LCD Monitors & LCD ProjectorTHXS to everyone that provided input – input welcome! Mid-season modifications are possible! Full list of specifications available –
19GPS for Fire Managent & ICS - 2009 GPS & Mobile Technology on Incidents*Install DNRGarmin & DNRGPS 6.0!*GSC web site,Online Garmin GPS TrainingOverview of GPSSet up and Use of the Garmin GPSMap76SDNRGarmin & MapTechGPS for Fire Management Operations & ICS (course materials download)Garmin GPSMAP 60C/76C & DNR GarminGarmin Pocket cards: GPSMAP 78/62, Montana, OregonMobile Technology in Fire & AviationGis..nwcg.gov links you too-Online GPS training at BLM NTC site-The interagency course, GPS for Fire Management & ICS, materials are on the Geospatial Subcommittee web site under the training tab on the left hand side of the main page. You can see the URL on the screen-mobile technology informationData Management: Directory & Naming
20Originally published by NWCG in 2006 GSTOP 2014 has been finalized! GISSTandardOperatingProcedureson IncidentsOriginally published by NWCG in 2006GSTOP 2014 has been finalized!March/April 2014 electronic publication dateFinal version DID NOT change GISS PTB (2009)for final draft and after NWCG publication dateThe GIS Standard Operating Procedures on Incidents (GSTOP) document was updated for publication in 2014.Final draft document ready available for use at web siteNO changes to the PTB – 2009 version is STILL VALID!
21GSTOP Key Points “... will be met by all NWCG participating agencies.” Data management, symbology and map products, data sharing, team transition2014 main updates: Ch. 2 (data mgmt.), Ch. 5 (symbology), and Ch. 6 (maps)Ch. 7 reminder: datasets shared on a daily basis are fire perimeter and fireline layersPost data on a the NIFC ftp site, ftp://ftp.nifc.govMany applications and sites depend on this: , ,etc.Not “optional” – its what is required of a trainee in a PTB so therefore it should be implemented by qualified GISS as wellMost changes to data management – slight changes in directory structure and naming, new map symbols, map element requirementsGo to to get the zipped directory structure for use on an incident, a spreadsheet for easy file naming, and the GSTOP style file for ArcGISReminder for data sharing!
22Incident GIS Support services FTP.NIFC.GOV New! NWCG Data Standards Web Page Updates
23Wildland Fire Decision Support System Update (Andrew Bailey, DOI - WFM RD&A)Request an account as a “Viewer”read access to WFDSSNon-Fed Government employees will have to take USFS IT Security TrainingGeographic Area (GA) Editor can sponsor state usersIncident data downloadsKMZshapefileincludes any perimeters in the systemHere are some specific issues / concepts for GIS support.GISS supportsFBANsLTANsother incident staff who use WFDSS to rather than desktop softwareAgency Administrators (primary user and customer)Examples of data neededFuelsPhysical GeographyFuel TreatmentsPerimetersBarriers (Dozer line)etc.IR perimeters for upload to WFDSS, it is best toseparate files for hotspot data and incident perimetersclearly named zip filesupload hotspots as ignition sources, perimeters as perimeters.
24Comments, questions? firstname.lastname@example.org Note that additional information from previous years is added as we receive it.Last year’s slide showed 36,601 perimeters. So we’ve added 5,533 in the past year.Post perimeters on the ftp site ftp.nifc.govStandardize the directory structureUse standard shapefile formatAdhere to the NWCG Daily Fire Perimeter StandardProvide accurate coordinates in the 209Comments, questions?Users of the GeoMAC perimeter database:InciwebInterior Operations CenterNews AgenciesRed CrossAcademiaRDDSNHSSState EOCsJoe PublicComments, questions?
26Rapid Data Delivery System - RDDS Web-enabled data viewer for the preview and downloading of raster data.Users can quickly specify area of interest (AOI) and then download the selected raster data directly to their desktop.Incident Support LayersActive Earthquakes > 4 magnitudeActive VolcanoesActive WildfiresActive Wildfire PerimetersHistoric Fire Perimeters (2001-current)Thermal MODISRemote Automated Weather StationsDownloadable Raster ProductsOrtho ImageryDigital Raster Graphics (24k/100k topo)Shaded ReliefDigital Elevation ModelsTerrestrial Ecosystems (U.S./Africa)