To meet the new Federal Highway Administration’s new requirements for an all-public-road linear reference network Arizona Department of Transportation is creating a system to unify various centerlines into one statewide network of roads. The focus of this system is to build a repeatable process using Smart Demarcation points that automate the centerline edge-matching process. In addition to the edge-matching capabilities our focus is to build partnerships with all levels of government and facilitate a mutually beneficial collaboration.
The main aim of this project is to give users the ability to access the University of Arizona Enterprise GIS resources across all devices - Mobile, Tablets and Desktops. Application features functionalities like Search (Search by building names, departments, libraries etc.), Navigation tools, Draw tools, Measure widget, Editing tools and more. The open web application will give access to basic set of tools and campus GIS data. Security is enabled for GIS services and the application, by which the map will redesign itself and provide advanced functionalities to users.
The entire project will be split up in different phases, targeting different set of audiences like Utilities, Emergency response etc. The base data for the campus will be used from UA Enterprise Geodatabase managed by the Department of Planning, Design and Construction. These will be published to ArcGIS Server 10.1 as various types of services (Map service, Feature service and Geoprocessing service). Some of these services (depending on the data) will be secured, which will prevent users from accessing the resources without NetID authentication. Proxy pages are used to provide the back-end authentication to users viewing the secured resources in web app.
A live presentation was given at the event demonstrating adding features and data to forms using digital pen solutions.
Field data collections can capture features and form data that can be sent using Bluetooth, cell phones, iPads and android tablets which eliminates the risk of lost documents. The paper-based field notes provide a hard copy record while at the same time the captured information can be uploaded to the associated digital maps and forms in the office. Map markups are instantly available as point, line, and polygon features in the ArcGIS edit mode for quality control. This can improve collaboration between field and office workers and decision makers and reduce the amount of time required for event response, inspections and daily work flow decisions.
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It has been a challenge to get accurate data, tailored to users’ needs, to people in the field. Predicting which data a person will need to look at makes the use of map books a real challenge and ruggedized laptops are bulky and can be hard to work with. To address this problem, GRICUA and the ISSR developed a simple web application that can be used by field crew with iPads, allowing them to easily view data as they need it. This presentation will look at what was developed, what worked and what can be improved upon.
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