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1 The Role of GIS for a Utility Regulatory Commission Indiana Utilities Regulatory Commission October 6, 2004 ESRI

2 GIS helps Utilities Key Decisional Support Information Manage Integrate Query Share Visualize Analyze Map & Record 85%

3 maps produced by ESRI's software are really just the door prize. maps produced by ESRI's software are really just the door prize. In other words, the maps, as compelling and necessary as they may be, are simply a means to deliver the information and insights contained in the spatially oriented data and revealed through GIS analysis. - Jack Dangermond ESRI View of GIS

4 5 Key Parts to Successful GIS GIS Applications & Data Hardware & Network Software People & Organization Business Processes

5 DataData How does GIS Work? Data

6 Telephone Service Boundaries Pipes, Conduit, Overhead Lines Facility locations Imagery / Watershed / LU / LC Elec/Gas/Water service Boundaries Forming collections of data to create information and knowledge … Road Network / or Parcels Geography is a key. GIS Integrates All Types of Data

7 Small Scale View

8 Mid-scale View

9 Large-scale View

10 Data – State of Indiana USGS quadsUSGS quads Road networksRoad networks ImageryImagery Land OwnershipLand Ownership OthersOthers

11 Elements of a Geodatabase Feature data set Feature class Relationship class Geometric network Annotation class Object class Workspace

12 ESRI Solutions for Typical Applications and/or Business Processes within Electric and Gas Utilities How does GIS Work? Applications & Business Processes

13 GIS plays a major role in Utilities…. Design SupportDesign Support –Plan –As Built –Staking Sheet Asset ManagementAsset Management Comprehensive Information SharingComprehensive Information Sharing Support Structural Load ModelingSupport Structural Load Modeling Supports Circuit Load ModelingSupports Circuit Load Modeling Support for Outage ManagementSupport for Outage Management Trouble Call / Customer ResponseTrouble Call / Customer Response Customer ServiceCustomer Service Regulatory RequirementsRegulatory Requirements InspectionsInspections Risk MitigationRisk Mitigation Data IntegrationData Integration Executive---Operations---Land---Regulation---Marketing---Field

14 Application Examples

15 Pipeline Facility Management / GIS Data Viewer

16 Pipeline Alignment Sheet Manager

17 Infrastructure Assets Gas Pipe – Distribution How does GIS Work?

18 HCA Geoprocessing Model

19 Design / As-built (Staking / Work Management / Structural Anal / Load Models) How does GIS Work?

20 Infrastructure Assets Primary Overhead Circuit How does GIS Work?

21 Revenue Assets - Joint Use How does GIS Work?

22 Logistics - Routing How does GIS Work?

23 One Call – (Locates)

24 GIS and Scanned Documents

25 SupportInspection Mapping / Engineering Meter Reading / Meter Location RegulatorySupport CustomerService AssetManagement WorkManagementSupport Support for Outage Management and Network Analysis EngineeringAnalysisSupport Property / Land Records Management Field Data Collection Support for Maintenance Common Database Utility Business Needs Common GeoDB

26 ESRI Software How does GIS Work? Software

27 Desktop GIS at 9 Geodatabase ArcView ArcEditor ArcInfo

28 Geodatabase ArcGIS 9 System Desktop GIS Embedded GIS Server GIS Mobile GIS ArcSDE ArcGISDesktopArcGISEngineArcGISServerArcIMSArcGISMobile Desktop Development Kit Engine Server Customization XML + XML + VBScript VBScript ArcPad Application ArcPad Application Builder Builder.NETC++VB.NETC++VBJava.NET ADF C++ Java ADF DBMS XML Customization JScript JScript HTML/DHTML HTML/DHTML.NET.NET XML XML Java (JSP) Java (JSP) ActiveX (ASP) ActiveX (ASP) ColdFusion ColdFusion ArcObjects Component Building Blocks File based

29 Three Views of GIS

30 Communicating Work Flow … and Shared! Best Practices Applications and Models Can Be Scripted …

31 Hardware and Network How does GIS Work? Hardware & Network

32 Fundamental Technology Strategies Built on IT StandardsBuilt on IT Standards Open and InteroperableOpen and Interoperable Multiparticipant Federated SystemsMultiparticipant Federated Systems Cross Platform SupportCross Platform Support Integrating Business LogicIntegrating Business Logic

33 GIS Can Be Deployed Anywhere LBS Mobile Wireless GIS Desktops ArcInfo ArcEditor ArcView GIS Servers GIS Web Clients Network TCP/IP, HTTP, XML GIS Professionals GISConsumers IT Professionals GIS Developers ArcGIS Engine ArcReader ArcSDE Java.Net ArcGISServer ArcIMS

34 People and Organization How does GIS Work? People & Organization

35 Regulatory /Code Compliance /Inspection Engineering Construction IT Group Accounting Customer Service/ Billing Land Services Map/Draft/GIS Marketing Sales Work Order Tracking Planning As-built Design & Modeling Customer Notification Data Management Ownership Tracking Redlining Locating Crew Management Communication Support IT Infrastructure Management Enterprise Structure Technology Team

36 Ohio Public Service Commission

37 Gas Service in Ohio

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40 SummarySummary DiscussionsDiscussions QuestionsQuestions Wrap-up / action itemsWrap-up / action items

41 Section 2 ArcIMSArcIMS ArcGIS ServerArcGIS Server

42 Server GIS ArcSDE – an advanced spatial data server for managing GIS in RDBMSArcSDE – an advanced spatial data server for managing GIS in RDBMS ArcIMS – a scalable Internet map server for GIS publishingArcIMS – a scalable Internet map server for GIS publishing ArcGIS Server – a GIS application server for the enterpriseArcGIS Server – a GIS application server for the enterprise

43 ArcIMSArcIMS ArcIMS: Mature, stable server-side technology for geopublishing on the internet/intranet.ArcIMS: Mature, stable server-side technology for geopublishing on the internet/intranet. High volume relatively simple cartography.High volume relatively simple cartography. Access to advanced cartography through ArcMap Server or ArcGIS DesktopAccess to advanced cartography through ArcMap Server or ArcGIS Desktop Highly scaleable, cross platform.Highly scaleable, cross platform. Standards based architecture and communicationsStandards based architecture and communications Open for developers – ArcXMLOpen for developers – ArcXML Java Dev Framework provided by MO JavaJava Dev Framework provided by MO Java Connectors for ActiveX, CF, and Java DevConnectors for ActiveX, CF, and Java Dev

44 ArcGIS Editor or Info Vectors Topology Networks Images Dimensions Annotation Addresses 27 Main St. Attributes ABC 107 Desktop BrowserMobile ArcSDE ArcIMSArcIMS ArcIMS View Disseminate Simple Query Multiple Formats Edit Data Complex Analysis

45 ArcIMSArcIMS Serves maps, data, and metadataServes maps, data, and metadata Highly scalableHighly scalable Works out of the boxWorks out of the box

46 ArcGIS Server 9.0 is … Intended for organizations who want to integrate full- function GIS with enterprise information systemsIntended for organizations who want to integrate full- function GIS with enterprise information systems A developer-oriented productA developer-oriented product Focuses on web application developerFocuses on web application developer –Use rich ArcObjects functionality to build web applications and web services Out of the box templates and web services for simple mapping and geocodingOut of the box templates and web services for simple mapping and geocoding Built from the same core ArcObjects that make up ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS EngineBuilt from the same core ArcObjects that make up ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Engine

47 ArcGIS Server 9.0 is… A platform for building: Spatially enabled enterprise applicationsSpatially enabled enterprise applications Enterprise GIS applications (focused)Enterprise GIS applications (focused) –Web Applications –Web Services –Applications built using industry standards –.Net, J2EE Centralized implementations serving advanced GIS functionality to multiple usersCentralized implementations serving advanced GIS functionality to multiple users Strong developer APIs - Java,.Net, SOAP/XMLStrong developer APIs - Java,.Net, SOAP/XML

48 Business Logic ArcGISServer Vectors Topology Networks Images Dimensions Annotation Addresses 27 Main St. Attributes ABC 107 Serving the enterprise Web Server Desktop BrowserMobile ArcSDE ArcGIS Server Multiple Formats Edit Data Complex Analysis View Disseminate Simple Query

49 The Role of ArcGIS Server Provides server-based GIS capabilitiesProvides server-based GIS capabilities –Spatially enable distributed IT applications –Embed maps and GIS analysis tools in applications Supports centralized data management and servicesSupports centralized data management and services –Designed for Enterprise implementations –Distributed user access, GIS centric applications Increase ROI, lower overall cost of ownershipIncrease ROI, lower overall cost of ownership –Support & Administration, Development –Spatial Data Warehousing –Scaleable, Multi-platform (Windows, UNIX, Linux)

50 Summary of ArcGIS Server Benefits ArcGIS server shares many of the same benefits of ArcIMS ArcMap Server:ArcGIS server shares many of the same benefits of ArcIMS ArcMap Server: –Share ArcGIS map documents across a LAN or the Internet –Maintain high cartographic quality –Serve map layouts –Server maps using all ArcGIS supported data types In addition, ArcGIS Server supports full customization of individual applications via ArcObjects. Examples include:In addition, ArcGIS Server supports full customization of individual applications via ArcObjects. Examples include: –Dynamic layers –Dynamic symbology –Remote Editing

51 Extra Slides

52 VPF Direct Read S57 GML XML TIGER MIF GeoMedia SDTS DLG DWG DXF DGN DataSwitchYard Data Conversion Data Interoperability 65+Formats 40+Formats ArcGIS Data Interoperability

53 ArcGIS Engine More than 100 tools and commands included

54 ArcReaderArcReader Free map and data viewersFree map and data viewers Available across platformsAvailable across platforms Access to all ArcGIS data sourcesAccess to all ArcGIS data sources Reads PMFs created with ArcGIS PublisherReads PMFs created with ArcGIS Publisher

55 GIS in the Enterprise Architecture ApplicationServers DataServers Clients Enterprise Integration Platform Desktop BrowserMobile GIS CRMCISSFAERP J2EE,.NET (SOAP, XML) EIS

56 ArcGIS Server 9.0 has… A Web Application Developer Framework that makes it easy to build GIS Web ApplicationsA Web Application Developer Framework that makes it easy to build GIS Web Applications –Easy to Use –Web Controls, Web Application Templates A GIS Server that hosts server objects for use by web applications running within standard.Net and J2EE application serversA GIS Server that hosts server objects for use by web applications running within standard.Net and J2EE application servers –Supports building scalable solutions –Supports easily working with GIS resources

57 ArcGIS Server Extensions SpatialSpatial –provides a powerful set of functions that allow you to create, query and analyze cell based raster data 3D3D –provides a powerful set of functions that allow your applications to create and analyze surfaces StreetMapStreetMap –provides street-level mapping and address matching. All data comes compressed on CD- ROM

58 ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Server: Server-side technology for geoprocessing on the internet/intranet.ArcGIS Server: Server-side technology for geoprocessing on the internet/intranet. Developer focusedDeveloper focused Access to all of ArcObjects on the ServerAccess to all of ArcObjects on the Server Standards based architecture and communicationsStandards based architecture and communications Cross platform. Scaleable?Cross platform. Scaleable? Web developer access through SOAP/XMLWeb developer access through SOAP/XML.NET and Java Dev Frameworks.NET and Java Dev Frameworks

59 ArcGIS Server Use cases To build Web applications and services that provide advanced mapping, geocoding, tracing, linear referencing, spatial and 3D analysis, editing, access to geodatabase topology, geometric networks, subtypes, etc…To build Web applications and services that provide advanced mapping, geocoding, tracing, linear referencing, spatial and 3D analysis, editing, access to geodatabase topology, geometric networks, subtypes, etc… –Focused web applications –Insurance Risk Assessment, Building Permit Applications, Forestry Management, Utility Network Analysis –Centralized services –Gazetteer, image & base map services –Integration of GIS and Enterprise Applications –Customer Relation Management Systems, Emergency Response, Public Access, etc.

60 ArcGIS Data Interoperability Integrates Safe Software Technology with the ArcGIS DesktopIntegrates Safe Software Technology with the ArcGIS Desktop Adds many new data sources to ArcGISAdds many new data sources to ArcGIS Authors complex data translatorsAuthors complex data translators –100+ data manipulation tools –Framework for writing sophisticated translators Joint product from Safe Software and ESRIJoint product from Safe Software and ESRI

61 Application server for GIS functionality Key Features of ArcGIS Server Framework for Enterprise GISFramework for Enterprise GIS Standard Application DeploymentStandard Application Deployment Integrates Into IT InfrastructureIntegrates Into IT Infrastructure Standard Programming LanguagesStandard Programming Languages

62 Capabilities of ArcGIS Server A new way to centrally manage feature rich applications.A new way to centrally manage feature rich applications. Extend GIS use and consumption through browsers and Web services.Extend GIS use and consumption through browsers and Web services. Leverage all existing investments in GIS.Leverage all existing investments in GIS. Integrate with other core business systems through IT standards.Integrate with other core business systems through IT standards.

63 ArcGIS Server Demonstration Summary Central Enterprise GISCentral Enterprise GIS –Remote Editing of Central GIS Database in a Web Application –Focused Spatial Analysis Integrated GIS and ITIntegrated GIS and IT –GIS Components in an Enterprise Computing Architecture Centrally Hosted Web ApplicationsCentrally Hosted Web Applications Non-Web ApplicationsNon-Web Applications

64 Users / Partners Numerous Investor Owned UtilitiesNumerous Investor Owned Utilities –NIPSCO (NiSource) Mil Meters (3) –Westar – 700 K Meters –OneOK – 2 Mil Meters –Laclede Gas – 600 K Meters –Arkansas Oklahoma Gas – 40 K Meters –Centerpoint Energy – Millions of Meters – Gas&Elec –Alliant Energy –Dominion Southern CompaniesSouthern Companies 100s of Rural Electric Coops100s of Rural Electric Coops 100s of Municipal Operations100s of Municipal Operations

65 ArcSDE ArcGIS Personalgeodatabase Enterprisegeodatabase SQL Server DB2 Oracle Informix Geodatabase Deployments PersonalPersonal –Stored in MS Access –Up to 2 GB –Includes raster data management EnterpriseEnterprise –Stored in RDBMS –Requires ArcSDE –Edits controlled through ArcEditor or ArcInfo –Facilitates simultaneous multiuser editing –Stores all GIS data types –Scales to extremely large implementations with high performance

66 Electric and Gas Data Models How does GIS Work?

67 Business Logic ArcGISServer Sampling of Potential Applications Web Server ArcSDE Professional Critical Systems Thin Client Display/QueryMapping Complex Edits AnalysisLogistics Asset Management Work Order PermitsCAMARedline Display/QueryMapping Simple Edits AnalysisRedlineLBS Valve Isolation Network Trace Damage Prevention CBYD Asset Location/Analysis Geocoding Mass Appraisal Editing ArcGIS Server


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