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SWECO - GIS Trends

SWECO - GIS Trends

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James Fee

May 05, 2011
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  1. GIS Trends James Fee, WeoGeo.com

  2. GIS is…

  3. everywhere!

  4. Most of us…

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  6. but GIS is…

  7. difficult to use

  8. Intro

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  18. I like my web maps with plaid!

  19. http://mashup.dtsagile.com/

  20. Stacks

  21. Stacks Microsoft Server 2008 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Microsoft SharePoint

    Microsoft Exchange Microsoft Windows
  22. Stacks Microsoft Server 2008 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Microsoft SharePoint

    Microsoft Exchange Microsoft Windows Linux Server Apache MySQL or PostgeSQL Perl, PHP or Python Linux Desktop
  23. GIS Stacks

  24. GIS Stacks ArcSDE (Geodatabase) ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Web Service APIs

    ArcGIS Explorer ArcGIS Desktop STOVEPIPE
  25. GIS Stacks ArcSDE (Geodatabase) ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Web Service APIs

    ArcGIS Explorer ArcGIS Desktop Linux PostgreSQL w/ PostGIS MapServer or GeoServer OpenLayers QGIS or uDig STOVEPIPE
  26. Mixing Stacks

  27. Mixing Stacks Microsoft Server 2008

  28. PostgreSQL w/ PostGIS Mixing Stacks Microsoft Server 2008

  29. ArcGIS Server PostgreSQL w/ PostGIS Mixing Stacks Microsoft Server 2008

  30. ArcGIS Server ArcSDE (Geodatabase) PostgreSQL w/ PostGIS Mixing Stacks Microsoft

    Server 2008
  31. ArcGIS Server ArcSDE (Geodatabase) PostgreSQL w/ PostGIS Mixing Stacks Microsoft

    Server 2008
  32. ArcGIS Server ArcSDE (Geodatabase) PostgreSQL w/ PostGIS Mixing Stacks Microsoft

    Server 2008 Microsoft Windows
  33. ArcGIS Server ArcSDE (Geodatabase) PostgreSQL w/ PostGIS Mixing Stacks Microsoft

    Server 2008 OpenLayers Microsoft Windows
  34. ArcGIS Server ArcSDE (Geodatabase) PostgreSQL w/ PostGIS Mixing Stacks Microsoft

    Server 2008 ArcGIS Desktop OpenLayers Microsoft Windows
  35. ArcGIS Server ArcSDE (Geodatabase) PostgreSQL w/ PostGIS Mixing Stacks Microsoft

    Server 2008 Open architectures, combined with an dual vendor strategy keeps options (both technical and budgetary) open. Google Earth Google Maps Microsoft VE ArcGIS Desktop OpenLayers Microsoft Windows
  36. Web Services

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  38. There is no question web services provide the new pattern

    for implementation of geospatial services.
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  41. The Map Sandwich

  42. Nom Nom Nom

  43. http://www.flickr.com/photos/roboppy/154441390/

  44. The Base Map

  45. TEH BASE MAP IZ TEH PART OV TEH MAP I

    DON’T HAS 2 MAK. Photo by kaibara87 - http://flic.kr/p/7cyEQM
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  49. Run away! Run away!

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  51. Why Web Services Are Important

  52. Why Web Services Are Important The Web is a Platform

  53. GIS App Store

  54. GIS App Store

  55. GIS App Store

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  57. Photo by Mrs eNil - http://flic.kr/p/2ihKdd

  58. I FEELZ TRAPPD Photo by Mrs eNil - http://flic.kr/p/2ihKdd

  59. Photo by Bistrosavage - http://flic.kr/p/bVHD

  60. Photo by Bistrosavage - http://flic.kr/p/bVHD

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  62. Consuming Mapping Services http://www.flickr.com/photos/kwl/4116389731

  63. Data as a Service

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  65. Mashups! It isn’t a dirty word!

  66. http://mashup.dtsagile.com/

  67. Cloud Ready

  68. http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwarby/2989238425/ The Cloud

  69. Cloud Platforms SaaS - Software as a Service

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  80. Photo by Sapphireblue - http://flic.kr/p/5bgELv

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  83. Geospatial Standards Committee

  84. Photo by mherzber - http://flic.kr/p/33EKXA

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  86. Community Standards Usually Win KML over GML Shapefile over Geodatabase

    GeoJSON over Proprietary JSON
  87. Community Standards Usually Win KML over GML Shapefile over Geodatabase

    GeoJSON over Proprietary JSON
  88. Open Standards

  89. The Decision Makers

  90. Problem: How to get information to decision makers?

  91. Question: “How many sites do I have near the pipeline?”

  92. Really means…

  93. “How many project sites greater than 500 acres with utility

    service within 2500 feet of paved roads and with an average slope less than 10% within 1 mile of the ‘transcon1’ pipeline?”
  94. GIS dude…

  95. Decision maker?

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  97. NOW!

  98. How do we solve this?

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  100. Photo by jane boles - http://flic.kr/p/88QUzZ Just using my analog

    scalebar
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  107. Photo by Mykl Roventine - http://flic.kr/p/4BCNrK

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