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Lindlie Haithcoat Geographic Resources Center Geographic Information System Technician Chris Stephens Geographic Resources Center Geographic Information System Technician
» Three previous project iterations: Two cooperatively funded by the FGDC/USGS Cooperative Agreement Program (CAP) funding and the Missouri Office of Homeland Security (New Madrid Seismic)… – SEMO/Bootheel – Boonslick RPC Third funded by FGDC/USGS Partnership funding … – Mid-Missouri RPC’s or Councils of Government in Missouri Deliver a variety of federal, state, and local programs, while continuing its function as a planning organization, technical assistance provider and resource to its member local governments. Voluntary association of local governments. The organization’s guiding principles are to serve as an advocate for the region, to provide a professional staff to serve as a resource for member governments, to provide a forum for local officials to discuss regional issues and concerns, and to promote community and economic development. Board of Directors representing all counties in the region are responsible for organizational oversight.
» Funded by Statewide ARRA Broadband Data & Development Program (SBDD) 2012 – 2014 » Goal: Provide residential and other point data to support two mapping / validation tasks. 1)Proper understanding of residential / business areas served or un-served (access & availability). 2)Collection, local review, and attribution of Community Anchor Institutions.
» Project is sponsored by Broadband Stimulus Funding through the federal government… Federal share = $869,067 ($217,000 to RPCs) RPC cost share = $7,500 per RPC (in-kind) Total funding = Almost $1,000,000
» Data sharing partnerships – Designed to be easily maintained by each county so that it can stay current and relevant across Missouri’s landscape. » Enhanced regional working relationships - Promoting geospatial decision support for emergency events and disasters. » Prove the premise to state and federal entities that: A)Local government data is not only usually the most accurate but also the most timely, and B)The best data are those that are maintained locally
» Point (Locations) and Polygon (Building Footprints) generation workforce - 23 student interns and 2 managers.
16 main categories numbered 710 – 880 o Building general / Housing structures 279 sub-categories numbered – o Individual interpretation of classifying certain unknown buildings o Most not used o Distinguish between housing units/building general o Miscellaneous structures; towers, bridges, etc. Code translation in Metadata
Outline of building Follow as closely as possible Point must be placed on structure Category should be same for footprint and point Helpful tricks: Zoom in to draw footprint Make polygon clear when drawing to ensure outline is followed closely Buildings connected by walkway or awning should be drawn as one footprint Structures bigger than 1 inch on 1:2000 scale. Roughly 170 feet What doesn’t get a footprint? Baseball Fields Cemeteries Parks Columbia Mall
» Current iteration was created for: Broadband assessment of access and adoption – aid in validating maps. Broadband community planning and business case development. Monitoring of broadband adoption at Community Anchor Institutions. » Other planning uses as well as emergency use include…
Emergency Response Value Emergency events- Particularly events with large scale building destruction/damage. ˃Powerful in the hands of local responders but will almost certainly be the best data available to state and federal first responders who are arriving on the scene. ˃Other uses… ˃Response planning ˃Decision support ˃Evacuations ˃Search & Recovery ˃Damage assessment and remediation Regional Value » Urban/Rural planning +Zoning +Ordinances +Floodplain Management +Transportation Planning » Economic Development +State/Federal Grants +Parks and Recreation » Public Safety +Shelters +Evaluating Access +Emergency Preparedness » Service Delivery Analysis +Education and Schools +Utilities
Regionalized local review – 2 Phases 1.Community Anchor Points 2.Structures Elements ˃Parallel roles – transportation plans, homeland security plans, economic development plans, etc. (multipurpose) ˃Targeted layers and attributes derived from ARRA broadband requirements, local review, and homeland security input ˃Incentives – data, standards, tools, and $$$ ˃Tie-in with FirstNet development ˃Foundation of existing RTPT relationships and data development partnering from prior FGDC, CAP and USGS Partnership grants
» Schema ˃Developed during the New Madrid Seismic Zone Structures Project ˃USGS Classification System ˃1 Point per building (centered) ˃Building Footprints - Outline traced around building for polygons » Scale ˃Extraction of points at a 1:2000 ˃Extraction of polygons when buildings are 1 inch on screen at a 1:2000 ˃All corrections are done at a 1:2000 » U.S. National Grid coordinates, Lat. + Long. » Imagery ˃State 2ft Imagery from MSDIS data ˃ESRI Basemap & NAIP2012 +More current/sharper images +More detailed data added
Booneville High School on State 2ft Imagery Booneville High School on Bing Maps
» Check completed county using Bing. » If structure is not in 2008 imagery but is in Bing, use Bing Imagery Date map to determine date imagery was taken and add to PT_DATE field. » If structure is not in Bing but is in 2008, put 2008 in PT_DATE field.
2008 ImageryNAIP 2012
» If structure is not in Bing but is in 2008, put 2008 in PT_DATE field. Bing:2008 Imagery:
“Building General” divided into Single/Multi Family Dwellings and Mobile Home Many “Building General” changed to Commercial/Retail, Agriculture, Industry Fields added to Commercial/Retail: Gas Station, Hotel Banks and Post Offices ˃Added over 1,000,000 more points to the original data >Previous: 169,206 Current: 1,330,694 ˃Added over 8,000 more footprints to the original data >Previous: 1,487 Current: 10,884
Educational ˃Public Schools ˃Private Schools ˃Higher Education Institutions Emergency Response / Law Enforcement ˃Correctional Facilities ˃EOCs ˃EMS separate from Fire Stations ˃Fire Stations ˃Law Enforcement Agencies ˃Shelters
Health / Medical ˃Hospitals ˃Nursing Homes ˃Public Health Clinics Other Public / Government ˃Courthouses ˃Libraries
Creation of structure database for all visible structures in the Mid-MO RPC area The area consists of 6 counties and 44 incorporated communities Review of points and polygons using RPC data and other state/federal sources Existing data was collected from local and state partners and used in conjunction with the most up-to-date aerial imagery to identify structures Polygons were created for those structures estimated to enclose 50,000 square feet or more Data made available to local participants, SEMA, and USGS
Moniteau County Polygons Latham School Use in Hazard Mitigation Planning o Floodplain analysis o Dam Failure analysis