Presentation on theme: "AGENDA Introductions (10 minutes, all) Introduction to the CFO's public building database project (20 minutes, Dan Christensen) Overview of the Oregon."— Presentation transcript:
AGENDA Introductions (10 minutes, all) Introduction to the CFO's public building database project (20 minutes, Dan Christensen) Overview of the Oregon framework program, including data standards (30 minutes, Bob DenOuden) Exploration of potential common needs for structures data (all, 45 minutes) Wrap up and next steps (15 minutes, Bob and Dan)
OVERVIEW OF THE FIT PROGRAM PRESENTED TO THE PUBLIC BUILDING DATA MODEL KICKOFF MEETING Oregon GIS Framework BOB DENOUDEN 9/23/2014
Framework Vision Framework data are fundamental geospatial data elements, typically statewide in extent, considered to be authoritative, and intended to serve the purposes of a broad range of users. Framework datasets are organized into fifteen themes, developed to agreed upon standards, and maintained through a voluntary collaborative community based effort under stewardship agreements participated in by local, regional, and state level agencies within Oregon.
What is Geospatial Data? Geospatial data is information that identifies the geographic location and characteristics of natural or constructed features and boundaries on the earth, typically represented by points, lines, polygons, and/or complex geographic features.
Framework Organizational Structure Organized into 15 themes; seven national NSDI framework themes and eight Oregon themes Each theme guided by a multi-agency Framework Implementation Team (FIT) led by a FIT chair Framework Coordinator administers the program Framework is under overall leadership of Oregon Geographic Information Council (OGIC) OGIC policy support from Oregon GIS Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) GIS Program Leads (GPL) is technical advisory group to OGIC
Oregon Framework Themes
Framework Implementation Teams 251 data elements 13 workgroups 23 standards 76 agencies: federal, state, local, private, non profit Hundreds of participants
How Framework Program Works Framework data standards designed to meet multiple needs Periodic Framework Implementation Team (FIT) meetings for collaboration and standards development FITs draft standards and present them to GIS community at Framework Forums OGIC adopts standards once approved by GIS community at a Framework Forum Data published to Oregon Spatial Data Library (OSDL), through web based services, and elsewhere
Standards Adoption Process
Example Standards ThemeStandardversion BioScienceFish Habitat Distribution Data Standard2.0 PreparednessFGDC Address StandardFGDC stnd Administrative BoundariesAdministrative Boundary Standard2.0 BioScienceFish Barrier Standard1.1 BioScienceWetlands Mapping Standard2.1.1 CadastralCadastral Data Exchange Standard3.0 ReferenceMap Element Standard1.0 ClimateOregon Climate Data Standard1.0 ElevationTerrestrial Raster Elevation Data Standard1.04 ElevationTerrestrial Vector Elevation Data Standard1.1 ElevationLidar Data Standard1.1 Geodetic ControlGeodetic Control Data Content Standard3.0 GeoscienceGeology Data Standard1.0 GeoscienceSoils Geographic Data StandardFGDC stnd GeoscienceLandslide Data Standard1.0 HydrographyWater & Monitoring Well Data Standard1.0 HydrographyHydrography Data Standard2.0 ImageryAerial Imagery Index Data Standard1.08 TransportationRoad Centerline Data Standard5.0 Land Use/Land CoverLand Cover Standard1.0
Looking at an example standard
Framework: More Than Standards Data Stewardship Keeping data current Providing accurate metadata Making data “authoritative” Data Sharing Data for download from Oregon Spatial Data Library Published web services Data viewers Institutional Relationships Communications and information sharing Forums and regular meetings
So…how do we start? Common interests? Is there overlap? If so, form a workgroup to draft a standard Existing standards to leverage? Addresses (FGDC standard) Structures and Places/National Structures Dataset Others? BIM, Facilities Management (ESRI), 3D GIS models Related Framework Data Elements (undeveloped) Public Building Footprints (Preparedness FIT) Numerous function-specific facilities data elements (schools, public safety, energy facilities, etc…)