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I - Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra). Reijo Prokkola, Road Data Expert Matti Raekallio, Data Manager Finnra, Central Administration IT and Road Data Services. Contents of the presentation. Use of road data in Finnra Back ground for Development

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I - Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Reijo Prokkola, Road Data Expert

Matti Raekallio, Data Manager

Finnra, Central Administration

IT and Road Data Services


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Contents of the presentation

  • Use of road data in Finnra

  • Back ground for Development

  • Details of Road Data Bank

  • Guidelines for the development of RDB in Russia


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Use of Road Data in Finnra

  • Information for decision makers

  • Asset management

    • planning of road maintenance actions

    • budgeting in national and regional level

    • counting asset value of road network

  • Level of service of road network / road section

    • to guarantee the fluency of traffic

  • Traffic safety

    • identify reasons for accidents

    • make roads safer for road users


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Data transfer through life cycle: a Vision

Construction

Planning & Desing

Maintenance

Real-time, shared and updated

STANDARD PRODUCT MODEL


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Challenges

  • Two levels of information:

    • Network level, network model, 100 %, +/- 3 meters

    • Design level, product model, projects only, +/- 1 cm

  • Cost / benefits of collecting data for decision making

  • Maintenance and quality of data

  • Several experiments of procurement going on:

    • Long term contracts for maintenance / whole life cycle

    • Pavement, bridge, lightning etc. management contracts

  • Outsourcing / insourcing information services

  • Short life cycle of information technology


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Data Information

Services

DB

DB

TP

IMS

DW

DOC

UDDI

Support

Custom

Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Goals of system development

General Information Service Model

Distribution of Information

Integration

Data Warehouse

Additional value

Planning

Procurement

Traffic

management

Data Architecture

Development of data services

GISDB

BDB

RDB


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Development of Centralized Data Warehouse

GIS-Base

Location

ROAD

Segment

RDB

Roads&Condition

BDB

Bridges&Cond.


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

RDB in Finnra

  • First RDB in 1970's

    • ADB, BDB and ADB

    • Condition data and management systems in 1980's

    • Personal computers and GIS in 1990's

  • Latest version of RDB introduced beginning of 2006

    • The technical frame is based on Oracle IAS10i (J2EE, Forms 9 etc.) and Oracle10.2 database.

    • Web-based applications

  • 40 data types, 1-10 data/each type, total 150 different data

    • most used data types: functional class, maintenance class and traffic amounts (ADT)

    • condition data is not in the RDB


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Interfaces of the Road Data Bank today

Mobile use

Output

Input

Web-applications

Batch

updating

Direct

updating

View

Files

Other

systems

and

services

Ex.

Digiroad

RDB

Data description

Data tables

Data 1

Data2

Data3

Data4

Data5

DataX

obj

obj

Road address

Interface components (EJB, PLSQL, XML, Sonic)

Updating

GIS

Road geometry

Point, section and areal data

obj

obj

Maps


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ROAD-

SECTION

POINT

NODE

ROAD

ADDRESS-

HISTORY

CARRIAGE

WAY

BDB

GIS

BRIDGE

SEGMENT

GEOMETRY

POINT

CONTACT

POINT

JUNCTION

Start End

POINT

FEATURE

FEATURE

WITH LENGTH

POINT

FEATURE

POINT

FEATURE

FEATURE

WITH LENGTH

FEATURES OF

JUNCTION

POINT

FEATURE

FEATURE

WITH LENGTH

Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Data model of the RDB


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Road Address Code System

  • Each road has an unique number

  • Roads are divided into sections in main junctions

  • The average lenght of sections is 5 km

  • Direction of measuring is the increasing numbering of sections

  • The object is located by distance along the road measured from the start of the section

  • An object with length is defined by the location of its start- and endpoints

Road = 512

Sections 1, 2 and 3

003

The address is:

512 / 002 / 2893 m

002

001


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

The information stored in the RDB


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

The information stored in the RDB


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

The information stored in the RDB


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

The information stored in the RDB


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Maintenance of data in RDB

  • Road regions are responsible for updating data

    • measurement programs (preparing or approving)

    • data quality (regional level)

  • Central administration is responsible for coordination of principles and rules for updating

    • managing the contents of RDB

    • preparation of procurement contracts

    • developing procurement models

    • data quality (national level contracts)

  • Users are responsible for reporting faults in data quality


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Road Data Bank in the Finnish Road Administration (Finnra)

Data Quality

  • Accuracy of geometry is 1 - 3 meters.

  • Accuracy of attribute data is 0,5 % within the length of road section.

  • The data base will not contain real time data but the changes of the road network and attributes are updated continuously.

  • >>> Statistics made per 1.1. each Year


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II - Guidelines for development of RDB in Russia

Markku Tervo, Procurement Manager

Finnish Road Administration,

Oulu Road Region


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VISION

2015 -2020

Steps to the visio

Strategy - pipe

2015

2010

2007

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  • STEPS TO THE FUTURE !!!

  • plan the future – take/make goals

  • take small steps – do not try jump to the visio

  • FIRST principles – then regional work – then RDB of Russia


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Guidelines for development of RDB in Russia

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FIRST STEP

  • Creating common principles of road data bank

  • numbering roads

  • creating principles for data record

    • road number,

    • road section,

    • length from the beginning of road section

    • etc

  • creating the structure of RDB

22

10

  • THOSE PRINCIPLES MUST BE COMMON IN RUSSIA

  • regional roads

  • federal roads


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Guidelines for development of RDB in Russia

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SECOND STEP

  • Planning and implementing regional RDBs - using (according) common principles of road register

    • there can be several projects but common principles must be same !!!

  • One really BIG question is how to organise RDB work in regions

    • how to implement projects, how to collect data, how to maintain data, etc...

  • => there should be a collective management group of RDB = helps regions to organise work (for example RADOR can help to organise this group work)


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Guidelines for development of RDB in Russia

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THIRD STEP

  • As soon as RDB work in regions proceed there should been developed how to combine regional RDBs

    • goal should be possibility to combine automatically (without ”handwork”) RDB of whole Russia

  • Why MUST be possibility to combine regional RDBs to the RDB of Russia?

  • For example – how to implement car navigation systems if combining is not possible ?

  • How to make road network plans of Russia systems if combining is not possible ?

  • Etc...


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Guidelines for development of RDB in Russia

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TIMETABLE OF RDB OF RUSSIA

STEP THREE

STEP TWO

STEP ONE

2015

2010

2007

2020


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