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1 Geospatial Democratisation: The Need for Regional Spatial Data Infrastructures Martin Kodde Bujar Nushi Fugro GeoServices B.V.

2 Geospatial Democratisation Introduction Fugro The democratisation of the industry Mind shift in use of geospatial data VISOR Conclusions

3 Geospatial Democratisation Introduction Fugro The democratisation of the industry Mind shift in use of geospatial data VISOR Conclusions

4 History Fugro was founded in the Netherlands in 1962 and has been listed on the Euronext Amsterdam since It has grown organically and through acquisition, and now employs over 11,500 people in over 50 countries.

5 Resources Fugro’s people, vessels, equipment and facilities are continually growing in capability and expertise in order to meet the demand for continuous high quality services in ever-more challenging regions of the globe. 49 Vessels75 CPT Trucks27 Laboratories29 Jack-up Platforms11,500 Employees 27 Aircraft 261 Land-based Drill Rigs 17 Offshore Drill Rigs 250 Offices150 ROVs9 AUVs

6 Fugro ambition Fugro is taking on the monumental task of investigating planet Earth.

7 Geospatial Democratisation Introduction Fugro The democratisation of the industry Mind shift in use of geospatial data VISOR Conclusions

8 From traditional … The geospatial industry used to be a highly specialised and rather impenetrable society, inhabited by professionals who relied on multiple years of education.

9 … to sophisticated … 3D data acquisition technologies such as laser scanning and UAVs are rapidly developing, soon to reach price levels that are acceptable to individuals.

10 …to disposable photogrammetric.

11 Data acquisition Date

12 The democratisation of the industry Anybody who has a need now has the tools to collect, disseminate and review geospatial data on it own behalf.

13 Geospatial Democratisation Introduction Fugro The democratisation of the industry Mind shift in use of geospatial data VISOR Conclusions

14 Mind shift in use of geospatial data This development has also changed the way users and professionals expect to work with geospatial data. They want their information to be available at any time and at any place. They also want to update the data if needed.

15 SDI Hierarchy SDI Hierarchy (Rajabifart 2001) Less detailed data More detailed data Traditionally, national governments established SDIs to distribute datasets that they considered important. However, these SDIs are mostly one way traffic, and, more importantly, do not contain the data that is of most importance.

16 Big data Source: IDC's Digital Universe Study (December 2012) From now to 2020, the digital universe will grow by a factor of 300, from 130 exabytes to 40,000 exabytes, or 40 trillion gigabytes From now until 2020, the digital universe will about double every two years.

17 Large effect at the local SDI level The information that is truly dynamic and immediately affects people’s daily life is at a regional and local level. Municipalities for instance maintain tons of useful data that is of great interest to both professionals and citizens. However, access to these data is typically difficult and restricted to a limited user base. Data is stored in proprietary formats of vendors that are not compatible to each other.

18 Geospatial Democratisation Introduction Fugro The democratisation of the industry Mind shift in use of geospatial data VISOR Conclusions

19 We propose VISOR We propose a regional spatial data infrastructure, called VISOR. VISOR serves the data within a municipality while matching the user expectations mentioned before. VISOR improves the efficiency within a municipal organisation. VISOR prepares governments to the Open Data future, the next big step in a democratised industry.

20 Verlichting Energie Infrastructuur Cultuur en welzijn Informatiebeheer Everyone connected Connection between data and user Back-office applicaties Front-office Mobile app’s  New solid foundation for modern architecture  No packets with installers, but a definition of standards to combine multiple sources  All users connected  All applications connected  From obligation to interesting possibilities RO BOR Stedenbouwkunde Ontwerp & Realisatie Handhaving Economie Mileu Waterbeheer Bouw Vastgoed Bodem

21 Infrastructure – service bus VISOR basis infrastructuur Inwinnen Beheren Operationeel Gebruik Operationeel Gebruik Monitoren en Sturen Mobiel GIS viewer Mutations Flaim 2D en 3D data Flaim 2D en 3D data Zicht op je assets Berichten makelaar -BOR -SVB-BGT Berichten makelaar -BOR -SVB-BGT Melding Openbare Ruimte Editor Voorbereiding Civiel Technische projecten Toegang tot (basis)registraties 3D City Model Prestatie Gericht Aanbesteden Beleidsondersteuning IMGeo|BGT Terestrial 2D en 3D data 3D Ready

22 Scalable, flexible and open Geoinformation management is moving with policies, aspirations and organization development. Using existing applications Open standard Growing in small steps

23 Geospatial Democratisation Introduction Fugro The democratisation of the industry Mind shift in use of geospatial data VISOR Conclusions

24 Conclusion SDIs are just too valuable at regional/local level. SDI democratization is bottom-up, starting from the local level. Tremendous level of applied science and practical experience available within commercial companies. Suggestion to academia: Involve businesses in SDI implementation. Develop standards from local SDI level perceptive.

25 Thank You


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