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1 1 ESCI, Hyderabad Web GIS By KAVAL KUMAR DASANLA KAVAL KUMAR DASANLAFACULTYESCI,Hyderabad

2 2 ESCI, Hyderabad “a computer system designed to allow users to collect, manage and analyze large volumes of spatially referenced information and associated attribute data”. “a computer based system used to input, store, retrieve, and analyze geographic data sets. The GIS is usually composed of map-like spatial representations called layers which contain information on a number of attributes such as elevation, land ownership and use, crop yield and soil nutrient levels” “A computerized system that provides advanced capabilities for the processing and interpretation of spatial information from the real world” “GIS is a "smart map" tool that allow users to create interactive queries (user created searches), analyze the spatial information, and edit data” INTEGRATION OF SPATIAL DATA & NON SPATIAL DATA GIS - Geographic Information Systems

3 3 ESCI, Hyderabad Major Stages of GIS Raster to Vector conversion Topology Build Editing Geo-reference Projection Thematic mapping Data Integration Customisation Users -Implementation

4 4 ESCI, Hyderabad APPLICATIONS Natural resource management Agriculture Landuse planning Rural Development Urban planning Disaster Management Forestry Geology- Morphology, Groundwater Watershed management ….. Decision support & Admin Policing Municipal Utility sector Health Education Irrigation Land Records Development programs Transport Tourism Archeology Crop Insurance Housing ….. Application areas

5 5 ESCI, Hyderabad PROJECT DETAILS The Project is dealt in FOUR PHASES: Phase 1: Base map preparation. Phase 2: Property survey and utility mapping Phase 3: GIS application development. Phase 4: Web enabled GIS development

6 6 ESCI, Hyderabad METHODOLOGY - I Review of existing system Collection of data available with Municipality, PHED etc. Procurement of high resolution Satellite data Geo-coding and Geo referencing of Satellite Imagery Base Map Preparation showing all Physical Features Generation of contour overlay at 1 m/0.5m interval Preparation of 1:1000 Maps for Field Verification Inc locality, ward, mun boundaries

7 7 ESCI, Hyderabad PREPARATION OF UPDATED BASE MAP REQUIREMENTS High Resoultion satellite data with Physical Features and 1m/0.5m interval contour information Updated Maps and Records of Properties Infrastructure to develop a Customized GIS Package

8 8 ESCI, Hyderabad Large scale base map covering entire municipal limit. GPS ground control survey for geo-coding & geo- referencing. 1m Contour maps for upland towns and 0.5m contour interval for coastal towns. Above data sets in softcopy format for easy integration with block boundaries, ward boundaries, etc.

9 9 ESCI, Hyderabad  Updated base maps.  Property information captured : plot area, plinth area, property assessment numbers, land use, etc..  Utilities mapped: water supply, under ground drains, street lighting, roads, etc..  Application of GIS software  H.R.D. Capacity Enhancement - awareness of GIS by municipal staff SCOPE OF THE ASSIGNMENT …..CONTD….

10 10 ESCI, Hyderabad BASEMAP STATUS WITH THE ULBS

11 11 ESCI, Hyderabad SAMPLE OUTCOME Property usage map

12 12 ESCI, Hyderabad  Road network of all types of roads with associated details.  Rivers and drainage systems including all water bodies.  Railways with associated details.  All built up structures such as human settlements, industries, educational, recreational, religious etc.  Utility services such as water supply, sewerage system, power distribution etc.

13 13 ESCI, Hyderabad  Cadastral boundaries  Contour at one meter / 0.5 meter interval.  Green cover  Others - based on local conditions

14 14 ESCI, Hyderabad IKONOS DATA OF PART OF MACHILIPATNAM

15 15 ESCI, Hyderabad FEATURE EXTRACTION FROM IKONOS IMAGE

16 16 ESCI, Hyderabad VECTORISED LAYER OF PART OF MACHILIPATNAM

17 17 ESCI, Hyderabad IKONOS DATA OF PART OF MACHILIPATNAM Municipal Office

18 18 ESCI, Hyderabad

19 19 ESCI, Hyderabad BASE MAP BEFORE FIELD SURVEY

20 20 ESCI, Hyderabad APPROACH AND METHODOLOGY

21 21 ESCI, Hyderabad METHODOLOGY - II Review of existing system Collection of data available with Municipality, PHED etc. Procurement of high resolution Satellite data Geo-coding and Geo referencing of Satellite Imagery Base Map Preparation showing all Physical Features Generation of contour overlay at 1 m/0.5m interval Preparation of 1:1000 Maps for Field Verification Inc locality, ward, mun boundaries

22 22 ESCI, Hyderabad DETAILS OF PROPERTY AND UTILITY MAPPING AND DEVELOPMENT OF GIS  The details of properties assessment number (house number wise)  Plot and building boundaries measured.  Building height approximated to the nearest meter with number of floors  Usage of building with trade specification if any  Type of structure

23 23 ESCI, Hyderabad  Water Supply details:  Details of intake works including pump station (if any)  Raw water mains  Treatment plant(s)  Built distribution, transmission  Reservoir tanks including balancing tanks and bor In relation to the above material, age and capacity are collected. Information on the distribution system :  The diameter, age, material and condition of pipe  The location of valves and bulk meters  House service connections, public stand posts inter- connections and valves on each line and separately  Transmission mains including pressure mains PROPERTY AND UTILITY MAPPING & DEVELOPEMNT OF GIS ………contd……..

24 24 ESCI, Hyderabad  Underground Drainage  Trunk sewers, main sewers and sub main sewers  The location of manholes, center to center distance from upstreams manholes and from downstream manholes, house service connections  The diameter, age, material and conditions of pipe  Surface Drains  The main town level drains with final disposal points  The intermediately drains and all other drains  Cross section of all drains with clear width and depth (levels) PROPERTY AND UTILITY MAPPING & DEVELOPEMNT OF GIS ………contd……..

25 25 ESCI, Hyderabad  Street Lighting  Street lighting network system with information about transformers, electric poles, high mast lighting, status of working condition etc.  Roads  Road network system with clear hierarchy  Information relating to right of way, carriage way, width of footpath  Information relating to type, condition PROPERTY AND UTILITY MAPPING & DEVELOPEMNT OF GIS ………contd……..

26 26 ESCI, Hyderabad Data on property and utilities network: 1. Actual measurement of locations and assets in the field. 2. Abstraction of details from 'as built' drawings. 3. Information from adhoc sources such as field books in local offices and knowledge from long serving employees. PROPERTY AND UTILITY MAPPING & DEVELOPEMNT OF GIS ………contd……..

27 27 ESCI, Hyderabad PROPERTY AND UTILITY SURVEY

28 28 ESCI, Hyderabad MANUALLY UPDATED FIELD BASE MAP PROPERTY & UTILITY SURVEY

29 29 ESCI, Hyderabad DIGITALLY UPDATED BASE MAP PROPERTY & UTILITY SURVEY BASE MAP BEFORE FIELD SURVEY

30 30 ESCI, Hyderabad CUSTOMISED GIS APPLICATIONS

31 31 ESCI, Hyderabad DATA COLLECTION PROFORMA

32 32 ESCI, Hyderabad BEFORE PHYSICAL SURVEYAFTER PHYSICAL SURVEY Base Map v/s Updated field map

33 33 ESCI, Hyderabad Door numbering system  We propose to conduct detailed study on the existing door numbering system in GHMC area provision of door numbers for vacant sites and a new simplified & rationale numbering system will be developed in consultation with GHMC  Rust free steel number plates to the buildings with the given specifications of 10’ X 5’ MS pre coated 1mm thickness plate with letters in white and blue background colour.  The vacant sites will also be given continuous number.

34 34 ESCI, Hyderabad Existing System of House Numbering The present House Numbering System consists of Ward - Block - House number and the same is being followed since long. The house numbers are not in a continuous series. When a new house comes into existence in between the existing numbers, sub nos. and bye-numbers are given without any order, causing further confusion Entire GHMC will be divided into different blocks. Block boundaries will be drawn in such a way that the boundary is clearly identifiable on ground with reference to land marks. In the new system the entire city will be delineated into Localities and Main roads. The premises are numbered in the Localities and Main Roads separately in a continuous series. 5-digit Locality Code Number is proposed to be given for all the localities, where, first two digits represent Ward Number and the last three digits represent the Locality Number. Similarly all the Main roads are also given unique Code numbers for identification

35 35 ESCI, Hyderabad Delineation of Localities Localities are proposed to be delineated in each ward, with the following parameters The locality is viable in terms of area and population and has distinct boundaries. The name of the area is prominent with reference to name of colony, Revenue Village, Post Office, GHMC Council ward etc. The Area is to delineated with reference to ward boundary, Broad Network of roads, Physical Boundaries like Watercourses, Drains, and Railway Lines etc. While delineating the areas smaller localities, colonies, slums that are locally known with reference to prominent locality name are included and comprehensive area is delineated.

36 36 ESCI, Hyderabad Assignment of House Numbers Each premises built-up / open will be assigned with one number. Each Apartment / Commercial Complex will be assigned, with one general number. Each Flat / Shop / Unit will be assigned with by-numbers. Slums which are prone for changes will be assigned two or block wise numbers easy location the houses. Normally the numbering in a locality would start from the corner nearer to the city centre. The street that nearer to the city centre will be numbered as street number 1. Similarly numbering on main roads will be done from one end of the road to the other end and continue the series on the other side till the starting end. A locality may abut main road / roads where there will be separate series of numbers. Detailed locality plans will be prepared for all localities, main roads showing the locality boundaries, streets, lanes, premises with old and new numbers. House / Premises numbers displayed and street boards are fixed. APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

37 37 ESCI, Hyderabad Showing the selected road attributes

38 38 ESCI, Hyderabad Sample web pages showing the Road Attributes

39 39 ESCI, Hyderabad Sample web pages showing the gRIS

40 40 ESCI, Hyderabad Module Name Scope Town Planning Module User interface for entry of application for layout approval Work-flow implementation for layout approval process User interface for capturing the land-use conversion information User interface for capturing encroachments/plan violations Development of application logic for automation door-number generation process Property Tax (Property Tax Calculation Fresh Assessment Transfer of ownership Sub division of property ) Development of business logic for calculation of MRV and automated tax calculation Search Functionality for Properties based on various parameters defined for the properties Demand notice generation process for property tax including calculation of pending taxes and arrears, collection of taxes Development of application for recording and tracking the Hearing & settlements Development of user interface for digitization of the existing properties non-spatial data in the Corporation Development of application for entering the new properties data including necessary business logic and work-flow Proposed Scope –Application Development

41 41 ESCI, Hyderabad Property Tax Applicati on Development-Module Customization

42 42 ESCI, Hyderabad Vacant Land Tax Application Development - Module Customization

43 43 ESCI, Hyderabad No. of properties mapped and data collected through survey formats shall be same. No property shall be left without integration of non-spatial data. All polygon themes shall have feature area in attribute tables. All polygon themes should not have any silver polygons. All maps should be demarcated with specified symbols and colors in the soft copy. ON COMPREHENSIVE SURVEY PLAN

44 44 ESCI, Hyderabad The ward wise road network type and condition of all layers. Road widths, schedules, landmarks. The hatch pattern for roads type and color for condition in all wards. Major landmarks in all wards.

45 45 ESCI, Hyderabad Ward wise drainage network. The ward wise type and condition. Flow direction in all wards. Schedules landmarks drain condition and type Culverts in blocks.

46 46 ESCI, Hyderabad CHECKLIST FOR WATER SUPPLY Ward wise water supple network in layers (type and condition). Flow direction in all wards. Reservoirs and water sources in blocks. Valves, pump sets, power bores, landmarks, legend in all wards

47 47 ESCI, Hyderabad Ward wise street lighting maps --in types and condition of layers. Garbage bins, dust bins -- type and condition Street lights type and condition in all wards.

48 48 ESCI, Hyderabad Shape files and Arc map document (.mxd) ward wise and sector wise to be submitted. Fair maps data with specified colors and symbols to be submitted in A1/A0 size.

49 49 ESCI, Hyderabad User needs assessment and requirements specifications. Project Planning. Database designing. Verification/editing of data. Database development. Application Coding.

50 50 ESCI, Hyderabad Database used: SQL server 2000, Arc SDE 9.1 Platform: NET Front-End: ASP, ASP. net, C#. Back-end: SQL Server2000, Arc SDE 9.1 Web server: IIS 6.0 Application Server/Spatial Server: Arc IMS 9.1

51 51 ESCI, Hyderabad Mail us at,


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