From the back office to the enterprise

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GIS

From
the back office to the enterprise

Ciaran Kirk

Technical Director, IMGS

Agenda



IMGS Introduction

Our Customers

Our Challenge


“The Enterprise”

Enterprise GIS Customer Examples

Smart Technologies


The Next Generation Enterprise

Summary

IMGS

We
deliver innovative spatial solutions

For
the desktop, web and mobile

Built
on our partner’s
technology:




Designed
to meet the challenges of Government,
Mapping Agencies,
and
Utility & Communications
Customers

Some of our customers…

Our Challenge


The “Enterprise”



Historically GIS was seen as a
:

Stove pipe solution


not part of the enterprise

A pretty map to backup a decision e.g. Planning

Our company has worked with our customers to move GIS
into the enterprise!

GIS now viewed as an essential Enterprise solution
providing improved decision making leading to:

Improved customer service

Decreased operating and capital costs








ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS

Customer Examples

Waterford
required
ability to record
environmental incidents

e.g. Graffiti
, Abandoned Vehicles, Fly
Tipping, Burst Pipes, Broken Street
Light,
etc


Waterford
required a
secure mobile GIS
that can instantly over a wireless
connection (iPhone)
update enterprise
systems


Benefits:

Reduce delay in responding to
customer incidents

Public can see that incidents
are
resolved
in a timely
manner



Waterford City Council Sustainable Neighbourhood Unit

Dublin City
Council

Property Register

Scan & Geo
-
locate Dublin City
Council’s property register:

250 bound paper registers

~45,000 property records

Provide single true source for all
property transactions in Dublin City

Self Service Portal

24X7 website to capture customer
service
requests e.g. Water leak

Uses web mapping to allow
customer locate incident and
improve response times



IMGS in partnership
with HP provide the
FGS as part of the INS
Fisheries Protection
System


Solution allows INS to
track and monitor all
fishing vessels in the
Irish seas
~
132,000
square miles


Provides
an almost real
-
time graphical display of
all current and historic
fishing activity in Irish
fishing waters





Irish Naval Service


Fisheries Geographic System

Images courtesy of the Irish Naval Service

Dublin Region Water & Drainage GIS



Greater Dublin Region Water and Drainage Steering
Groups

Consists of 7 Local Authorities in the Greater Dublin area

Total Population of 1.4 million

Area of 2,690 KM2

Aim to provide single view of water and drainage for region

First of its kind
-

distributed solution across
7 authorities

Desktop, Web and Mobile solution

Management Dashboard

Benefits

Enhanced
business
operations

Reduced maintenance costs

Improved quality
of
service e.g.
less leaks

ESB Networks GIS



Will serve
as a single enterprise
solution for the full life cycle
management of
network
assets

Fully integrated with asset, work
and financial management
solutions

Benefits

Improved operational efficiencies
through extended
workflows with
other business critical
systems

e.g. SAP, OMS

Decreased capital costs through
improved asset management


SMART TECHNOLOGIES

Enterprise

-

The Next Generation

WATER
MANAGEMENT

SMART CITY

ENERGY

ECOCITY

PUBLIC
INFORMATION

&
SOCIAL
ENGAGEMENT

INFRASTRUCTURE
MANAGEMENT

PUBLIC SAFETY


SAFE CITY”

PUBLIC
TRANSPORTATION

GIS

Smart Infrastructure = Smart Grid

Smart Grid described as:

Smart “in home” devices (including Generation)

Two
-
way communications

Advanced control systems

Benefits of Smart Grid

Better utilization of existing infrastructure

Reliable and resilient power supply

Home energy savings

Reduced carbon footprint (CO2
).



Location

Smart Grid
Operations

Center

Infrastructure

Management

Critical
Infrastructure
Protection

“Safe City”
-

Common Operating Picture

Multi
-
data & multi
-
sensors fusion

Radio System

Data

Access Control

Telephone, Radio,
Voice Recorder
Controls

Intelligent Video

Telephone Data

Mapping Data

Video Surveillance

Personnel

& Asset Data

Sensors Data

SUMMARY

Location is at the heart of a Smart City

Summary



An Integrated Enterprise GIS will:

Decrease capital & operating expenditure through better decision
making

Improve customer satisfaction through improved response times

A spatially focussed Smart City will drive economic
investment and support a recovery in Ireland

Smart Grid will be at the forefront of green
tecnologies

And this will help us all to “
live long and prosper
…”


Thank You




Ciarán Kirk


Technical Director, IMGS

8b
Keypoint
, Rosemount Business Park, Dublin 11

t:


+353 1 885 3839


m:
+353 87

804 7218



w:
www.imgs.ie


e:
ckirk@imgs.ie