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					Data creator to data disseminator,
and ArcIMS to ArcGIS Server



                 Joe Reichlin, GISP
                 GIS Coordinator

                 Portage County ITS




                             2008 Ohio GIS Conference
                                       September 10-12, 2008
                                     Crowne Plaza North Hotel
                                             Columbus, Ohio
“GIS Joe” in Mexico
 Abstract
Data creator to data disseminator, and ArcIMS to
  ArcGIS Server

        Portage County is implementing a collaborative,
  enterprise-wide GIS that will benefit all aspects of the
  county government, the political sub-divisions and
  academic institutions within Portage County, as well as its
  citizens. The county sees itself as the coordinator of GIS
  activities, base map provider and data disseminator. The
  County has two major GIS data projects underway; the
  LBRS and parcel conversion.
        As the focus shifts from data creation projects to
  data dissemination, the County is also transitioning from
  ArcIMS to ArcGIS Server. Herein lies the tale of that
  transition.
  Portage County GIS Timeline
April 2005 - Aerial Photo project with Engineer and AMATS
December 2005 - Meeting with County elected officials and department heads discussing a county wide GIS
January 2006 - Meeting with political subdivisions discussing a county wide GIS
July 2006 - GIS Coordinator hired
August 2006 - Aerial photo distribution
September 2006 - Conducted GIS Activity and Needs Assessment Survey
September 2006 - Purchased GIS website and desktop software
October 2006 - Developing GIS Master Plan based on survey results
October 2006 - Developing internal and external GIS websites for county and public use
October 2006 - Researching Tax Parcel Conversion Project and CAMA integration
November 2006 - Bridge inventory project Engineer's Office, ODOT, ITS
November 2006 - Illicit discharge/outfall data Portage SWCD, ITS
November 2006 - Portage County GIS Day with Reed Memorial Library
November 2006 - Developing GIS Information Home Page
December 2006 - Board of Elections Voting District Project
January 2007 - Launch GIS Information Page
January 2007 - Form GIS Technical Advisory Group
January 2007 - Posted County tax maps online
January 2007 - Applied for LBRS funding with ODOT, OGRIP, CEAO Funding
January 2007 - Creating RFP for Parcel Digitalization Process
January 2007 - Purchased GIS hardware
February 2007 - Launching internal GIS mapping site
April 2007 - LBRS RFP
June 2007 - ESRI Conference
June 2007 - Launched GIS BETA viewer to the public
July 2007 - Release LBRS RFP
November 2007 - Hosting 2nd annual Portage County GIS Day
January 2008 - Finalizing LBRS Contract
March 2008 - LBRS Project Kickoff Meeting
April 25, 2008 - Parcel ITB Release
May 12, 2008 - Parcel Pre-Bid Conference
May 28, 2008 - Parcel ITB Due Date
May-July 2008 - LBRS Data Capture
August 2008 - Parcel Conversion Contract Awarded to SDS, Inc.
September 2008 - LBRS Data Delivery
November 19, 2008 - 3rd Portage County GIS Day at Reed Memorial Library
GIS Master Plan and Survey

 In September of 2006, a GIS activity and
 needs assessment survey was conducted.
 The purpose of the survey was to gather
 information about GIS activity and needs
 in Portage County. It provided valuable
 information on how Portage County uses,
 collects, and maintains GIS and
 geographic data. The survey results will
 be used to develop a GIS master plan for
 Portage County. Survey Results
LBRS (Location Based Response System) - A great
decision with many applications

  The Location Based Response System (LBRS) is a program
  that establishes partnerships between State and County
  government for the creation of spatially accurate street
  centerlines with address ranges and field verified site-specific
  address locations.
  In order to prepare for and respond effectively to naturally-
  caused and man-made emergencies, local and state officials
  must have access to accurate information about the locations
  of people, places, and things. Locations might refer to street
  addresses, voter or school districts, census tracts, or
  geographic coordinates. No matter what the form, knowledge
  of locations allows us to identify where people, places, and
  things are. Without ready access to reliable data about
  geospatial data, local and state officials are compromised in
  their efforts to deliver emergency services, relocate displaced
  citizens, and provide medical aid and support to impacted
  areas.
Projects using LBRS data

   Update web services with accurate
    address data
   Accurate PSAP dispatch
   Reverse 911 for EMA
   Mapping for Dog Warden
   Nutrition and Recreation study for
    Jobs and Family Services
   Mapping for Board of Elections
   And many more
Parcel Conversion Project
 The parcel layer is one of the most
 important parts of the GIS base map. It
 allows for faster access to information, it
 provides improved data analysis
 capabilities, and it facilitates the
 integration of data from multiple sources.
 All of this adds up to better decision
 making. High quality cartographic output
 is made possible and efficient parcel data
 management is made easier.
Current ArcIMS internet site – HTML and Java Script
Keep track of your customers
Disclaimer
   Not an ArcGIS Server Expert

   Came up with this presentation because it
    sounded good and wanted to learn more
    about ArcGIS Server

   Not responsible for any false statements

   I learned some things, I hope you do
ArcGIS Server Editions and Levels

   The functionality in ArcGIS Server is provided via three
    different editions: Basic—spatial data management
    only , Standard—spatial data management and
    visualization (2D and 3D) , and Advanced—spatial data
    management, visualization (2D and 3D), and spatial
    analysis .

   Each of these three functional editions is provided at two
    separate levels, scaled according to capacity. These two
    levels are Workgroup (10 Concurrent users, 4GB data
    limit) and Enterprise (unlimited number of users,
    unlimited data).

   Portage County License -ArcGIS Server is authorized at
    the enterprise, standard license level.
The ArcGIS Server Setup
   Install ArcGIS Server
   Run the postinstalls SOC, SOM, ArcGISWebServices
    accounts
   Add users to the agsadmin and agsusers groups
   Log off or restart the machine
   Grant permissions to data directories
   Connect to the GIS server
   Publish services
   Create web applications
   Use the services and applications
Architecture




               Server Object Manager SOM

               Server Object Container SOC
               Accounts that manage services
               and processes
Under the hood
Log in to Manager
Everything under one roof
Services
What is a service?


 A service is a representation of a GIS resource that
 a server is making available to other computers on a
 network.

 Types of services:
 Mapping, and map viewing, modeling geoprocessing,
 mobile GIS services, open publishing as OGC WMS,
 OGC WCS, and KML.
Web Applications
GIS Server
Security
ArcGIS Server intranet site
Magnifier features
Identify features
Measure tool
Print features
Query tool
Zoom to a result
Customizing ArcGIS Server – 2 APIs
(Application Programming Interfaces)

   .NET and Visual Studio     ArcGIS Server Web Application
    Developer Framework (ADF). The Web ADF provides tools
    and templates for developing .NET Web applications
    within Microsoft Visual Studio
   JavaScript Applications- free and sample code
    available with Mashup extensions
        ArcGIS JavaScript Extension for the Google Maps API
        ArcGIS JavaScript Extension for Virtual Earth
   More direct method through theConnection Library
      ArcObjects API
      SOAP API
      Server Object Extensions
Mobile Applications
 Building mobile applications
 If you're building applications that run on mobile
 devices, such as smartphones and Pocket PCs,
 you can use the Mobile ADF. If you're a
 beginner, you can use ArcGIS Server Manager
 to create your first mobile applications. If you
 want to extend these applications or create new
 ones, the Mobile ADF contains a set of controls
 and libraries that you can use within Microsoft
 Visual Studio
Where to get help for developing
   ArcGIS Server Developer Help When you install the Web ADF,
    Developer Help is automatically installed. You can open Developer
    Help from the desktop or within Visual Studio.

   Library reference (component help) same as above

   EDN The ESRI Developer Network (EDN) Web site at
    http://edn.esri.com

   ESRI User Forums http://support.esri.com/

   ArcGIS Server Development Blog
    http://blogs.esri.com/Dev/blogs/arcgisserver

   ArcScripts
Mashups

 In web development, a mashup is a web application that combines
 data from more than one source into a single integrated tool; an
 example is the use of cartographic data from Google Maps to add
 location information to real-estate data, thereby creating a new and
 distinct web service that was not originally provided by either
 source.
       From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Advantages with ArcGIS Server
   Centralized GIS services and management reduces cost of ownership
   Web application: Allows distribution of spatial data to anyone with a browser
   Scalable
   Improved symbology
   Utilized full window, doesn’t reset when resized
   ArcMap .mxd used to create map document
   ArcCatalog to publish map service
   Easy Out-of-the-box
   Heir apparent to ArcIMS
   ArcGIS Mobile - Lightweight applications that run on a variety of platforms
   multiservice architecture allows you to transparently overlay map services
   Support for most ESRI extensions Network Analyst
        Spatial Analyst
        3D Analyst
        Server Data Interoperability
Share your ArcGIS Server experience


Anyone?
Don’t Make Maps, Make Websites
 Portage County is committed to providing
 it's citizens and other agencies with
 efficient, reliable access to public
 information. Disseminating geographic
 data via today's GIS and internet
 technologies is the most cost effective
 way to accomplish the task. Significant
 time and effort will be dedicated to
 utilizing web solutions.
GIS Information Page
http://www.co.portage.oh.us/gis.htm
3rd Portage County GIS Day
Go Bucks!!!!!
Thanks for your attention

      Questions and Answers

Joe Reichlin, GISP
Portage County GIS Coordinator
Information Technology Services
449 S. Meridian St.
Ravenna, OH 44266
Phone 330.297.3510
Fax     330.298.3949
jreichlin@portageco.com
http://www.co.portage.oh.us/gis.htm

				
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