Presentation on theme: "1. 2 Gail Smith Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Juneau eLandings Project Manager Gail Smith Alaska Department of Fish and Game eLandings Project Manager."— Presentation transcript:
2 Gail Smith Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Juneau eLandings Project Manager Gail Smith Alaska Department of Fish and Game eLandings Project Manager
3 One-stop reporting of landings and production to multiple agencies electronically Increases timeliness and accuracy of fisheries data entry Creates an electronic record of landings and production that may be extracted by processors and agency staff Designed to provide immediate access to electronically submitted fish ticket data. Accommodates conventional paper fish tickets.
4 Thin client technology accommodates remote areas with low bandwidth. Processed fish tickets are uploaded into the fish ticket system of record every 15 minutes. Internet platform allows greater access to authorized users: Agency staffs Processors Alaska Wildlife Troopers NMFS Enforcement
5 Interagency Server NMFS RAM NMFS Sustainable Fisheries ADF&G Commercial Fisheries Division IPHC Interagency Electronic Reporting System Catch and Production Reporting by Industry
6 Interagency Electronic Reporting Program Components eLandings Web based reporting seaLandings Desktop reporting via email Agency Interface for review and editing submitted electronic data eLandings 24/7 Server @ SOB Initial and Final submission tLandings Desktop reporting via thumb drive
30 eLandings - download User access, species list (with pricing), vessel list, application Processor Tender Interface – PTI Configures the thumb drives tLandings Records the landings Processor Tender Interface – PTI Uploads the data into eLandings eLandings – updates Mixed salmon species update – data correction Import of updated data into your data system
31 Parent Operation and sub-operations established in eLandings Thumb drives configured and landings uploaded to eLandings from the Processor Tender Interface tLandings application is loaded onto the thumb drive, with the catcher vessel list and the species list during the configuration process Each thumb drive is configured for a specific tender sub-operation and the users associated with that sub-operation.
32 Tender Laptop Inexpensive Laser Printer – plain paper Magnetic Card Swipe Reader Thumb drives – provided by ADFG Shoreside Processor Internet Connection Operation and User Accounts
33 Benefits to Processor: Improved data quality Automated overlimits documentation Automated updates on mixed salmon Legible paper fish tickets XML data interface facilitates one time data entry Correct addition – tally, price, summaries Electronically generated summary and trip log reports Automated reports to ADFG Ability to correct fish tickets within eLandings
34 Benefits for ADFG: Timely data Reduced data entry Improved data quality Consolidated reports to ADFG Integration with other reports Weekly catch reports Finals season reports COAR report Paperless archives