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1 Update on Oregon’s Address Point Repository Project Bob DenOuden, GIS Framework Coordinator Dept. of Administrative Services Office of the State CIO Geospatial Enterprise Office August 20, 2014 Willamette Valley GIS User Group Summer Meeting

2 Background – Geospatial Enterprise Office (GEO) Organized within the Office of the CIO at DAS Consists of GIO and seven staff GEO operates under Executive Order Coordinate the GIS activities of all levels of government in Oregon Promotes library of shared geospatial data (Framework Data) Framework Implementation Team (FIT) is a program within GEO (which I coordinate)

3 Oregon’s Framework Themes See

4 Addresses Address points are a data element within the Emergency Preparedness FIT theme Addressing data is fundamental to many other framework data elements No standardized, centralized source for address point data exists in Oregon Point address data will be key input for emergency response when we get to NG911 Two standards related to addresses: FGDC Thoroughfare, Landmark, and Postal Address Data Standard NENA Civic Location Data Exchange Standard

5 The FGDC Address Standard A multi-purpose, comprehensive standard Thoroughfare addresses (streets, walks, rivers) Landmark addresses (named public objects) Postal addresses (PO Boxes, Rural routes) Adopted by Oregon Geographic Information Council (OGIC ) on March 19, 2014 as Oregon Addressing Data Standard Data model supporting this standard developed previously by Spatial Focus Conforms to FGDC Standard Being used by statewide address repository project

6 Next Generation 911 (NG911) Enable emergency assistance by means of advanced communications technologies beyond traditional voice-centric devices Internet-Protocol (IP)-based Accommodate the ability to support new kinds of communications such as photos, text messages, automated sensors, and video. Will necessitate coordinate-based address/structure locations Address Data Standards set by National Emergency Number Association (NENA)

7 NENA’s CLDXF Address Standards CLDXF = Civic Location Data Exchange Format Coordinated with FGDC Standard on addresses Differences from FGDC standard: Related by profile to the FGDC address data standard: A profile restricts or extends a base standard (without contradicting it) for a particular application Records are location of phone calls, not addresses Emphasis on ability to dispatch quickly - abbreviations permitted, some inconsistencies w/FGDC QC and attribute elements of FGDC largely omitted Proposal for OGIC to adopt CLDXF as a statewide standard

8 Objective: Compilation of local address points into a statewide address repository Oregon has 290+ address authorities Different capabilities, technologies Addressing process is similar for all Messy, not standardized statewide Address Point Data Repository Project

9 Primary business driver is public safety – NG911 Other users of address data benefit – 911 has best address data Coordinating with Oregon Emergency Management Working with regional address data aggregators on technical processes Database model complies with FGDC (and Oregon) standard Address Point Data Repository Project

10 Project Overview Build SQL Server database to house statewide address point repository Assemble address points where they already exist and load into the repository  Conduct three-county pilot project  Provide web-based tool for address authorities to maintain point based addresses who are not already doing so  Develop ETL processes to maintain the repository  Make statewide addresses available to the GIS community

11 Database Design Data model designed and implemented by Spatial Focus as SQL Server database (part of USGS grant) Designed to meet the FGDC address standard The database schema is available on request

12 Address Point Web Editing Tool GeoComm is working with us to customize an address web editor tool for Oregon address authorities Currently being tested as part of pilot project with Josephine, Curry and Hood River counties Goal is to have tool ready by early 2015

13 Standardizing the Data Through ETL Extract/Transform/Load Tools Computer code that: Extracts the address data from a given source Transforms the data into the standard format required by the address repository Loads the data into the repository Flag potential address errors/issues Means no one has to change their process Does NOT change the address information

14 ETL Process ETL process designed by Spatial Focus uses FME, SQL Server and ArcGIS to update/edit address database Currently a complex set of non-automated steps LCOG being brought onboard to test and refine ETL with their (Lane County) data LCOG will then implement ETL for the three pilot counties Goal is to complete this work by end of 2014 Lessons learned from pilot will inform next steps

15 Upcoming FIT Activities Hazards FIT meeting, August 27 th, 1:00pm – 3:00pm DOGAMI office, Portland Soils Workgroup meeting, Sept 3, 1:00pm – 4:00pm DAS, 155 Cottage St NE, Salem Imagery FIT meeting, Sept 18, 9:00am – 12:00pm, ODF, Salem Hydrography FIT meeting, Oct 8, 9:30am – 11:30am, WRD offices, Salem 17 th Framework Forum, Nov 5 th, 10:00am – 4:00pm, Silver Falls Lodge and Conference Center See gis.Oregon.gov for a calendar of GEO events

16 Oregon Spatial Data Library (OSDL)

17 QUESTIONS? Address repository project manager:


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