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Parks Common Data Model York Info Partnership – August 19, 2013. Current Situation. What map layers and other data are you managing ? Parks Open Spaces What attributes are you maintaining ? TBC What tools or applications do you have that use the data ? ArcGIS

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Parks common data model york info partnership august 19 2013

Parks Common Data Model York Info Partnership – August 19, 2013


Current situation

Current Situation

  • What map layers and other data are you managing?

    • Parks

    • Open Spaces

  • What attributes are you maintaining?

    • TBC

  • What tools or applications do you have that use the data?

    • ArcGIS

    • Parks Asset Management System (PAMS)

    • Street Trees

    • Natural Heritage Network


Projects and activities itm perspective

Projects and Activities (ITM perspective)

  • Goals

    • Confirm data stewardship and long-term business requirements

  • Needs/burning issues

    • TBC

  • Applications/Directions

    • Corporate Asset Management initiative

  • Ongoing project work in this area

    • ArcGIS 10.1 Upgrade


Ideas for the data model

Ideas for the Data Model

  • From your perspective what should region-wide parks data look like?

    • When zoomed in to a park?

    • When zoomed out to the entire Region?

      • Symbolization is irrelevant in the data model

  • What map layers, datasets, and fields should we have?

    • Solution dependent

    • Data model must be flexible and extensible

  • Are there specific applications and tools that you think are important for everyone to have access to?

    • Applications are business dependent

    • Common viewer might be useful


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