Department of Homeland Security use of
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 13

Department of Homeland Security use of Geo-security and Interoperable GIS Portals PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 53 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Department of Homeland Security use of Geo-security and Interoperable GIS Portals. Clinton Libbey, Director of Business Development Harvard Design and Mapping 2005 Army Geospatial Conference. HazardMaps.gov / GIS Portal Facts. From launch on May 2002 to May 2005: 3 million+ maps drawn

Download Presentation

Department of Homeland Security use of Geo-security and Interoperable GIS Portals

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Department of homeland security use of geo security and interoperable gis portals

Department of Homeland Security use of Geo-security and Interoperable GIS Portals

Clinton Libbey, Director of Business Development

Harvard Design and Mapping

2005 Army Geospatial Conference


Hazardmaps gov gis portal facts

HazardMaps.gov / GIS Portal Facts

  • From launch on May 2002 to May 2005:

  • 3 million+ maps drawn

  • 500,000+ unique visitors

  • 55+ WMS servers connected via internet

  • 2,300+ map layers

  • capable of connecting to unlimited layers and servers


Department of homeland security fema http www hazardmaps gov

Department of Homeland Security – FEMAhttp://www.HazardMaps.gov

  • Incorporates Open GIS Consortium standards and open source technology to enable interoperability

  • Includes ultra-thin browser client and OGC compliant Web Map Server technology – no plug-ins or downloads required for users

  • Advanced GeoSecurity components protect data from unauthorized access

  • Hosted by HDM

Interoperable Web Application GIS Services

Real time mapping links to hundreds of data servers


Department of homeland security fema http www hazards fema gov

Department of Homeland Security – FEMAhttp://www.hazards.fema.gov

  • Multihazard Information Platform (MIP) Map Viewer, part of DHS/FEMA’s 5 year, $1 billion Map Modernization Program to redraw all flood data nationwide

  • Designed for public access to DHS/FEMA’s multihazard atlas database including flood data.

  • Design and specifications based on HazardMaps.gov site (GIS Portal) to incorporate Open GIS Consortium standards and open source technology to enable interoperability

  • Includes ultra-thin browser client and OGC compliant Web Map Server technology – no plug-ins or downloads required for users

  • Includes HDM’s GeoSecurity components protect data from unauthorized access

  • Hosted by IBM at their web hosting facility in Raleigh, NC

Interoperable Web Application GIS Services

Real time mapping links to hundreds of data servers


What is gis portal

What is GIS Portal?

  • Fully Open GIS standards compliant cascading WMS map server

  • Can access any OGC compatible data available on the internet or intranet

  • Presents users with integrated visualization of multiple GIS databases

  • Integrates with other OGC web services and server software, including ArcIMS


Based on interoperability and standards

Based on Interoperability and Standards

HazardMaps.gov is DHS/FEMA’s official node on the

National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI)

HazardMaps.gov is the official source for DHS/FEMA Flood Map Data

on the Geography Network (WMS Service)

All DHS/FEMA Flood Data Metadata are

FGDC Compliant. HazardMaps.gov includes hundreds

of data layers with full FGDC metadata

HazardMaps.gov is one of only 7 active web services listed in the OGC Service Directory


Hazardmaps gov interoperable portal architecture

Transportation

Surface

Waters

Geodetic

Control

Elevation

Aerial

Imagery

Flood

Land

Ownership

Boundaries

HazardMaps.gov Interoperable Portal Architecture

Web Browser (thin client)

Secure GIS Client

Results

Oriented

Citizen

Centric

HazardMaps.gov

com, gov, edu, org, int, mil

State, Local, Tribal (SLT)

FEMA Enterprise /

Homeland Security

GeoSecurity

Market

Based

Market

Based

Agency All Hazards Portal

MMI / HazardMaps.gov

Hazard Atlas Data Exchange Metadata Hazards Data Catalog

WMS WFS

Standards

Based:

OGC

NSDI

FGDC

Geospatial One Stop


Geosecurity geospatial data protection role based access control rbac

GeoSecurity™ - Geospatial Data ProtectionRole Based Access Control (RBAC)

  • The first Security program specifically designed for GIS data

  • Customized policies and procedures

  • Protects geospatial data through custom algorithms for map layers and layer features

  • Integrates with existing system security software

  • Java based programming

  • Server Software

  • Web Service

    Patent Pending

Security of GIS data is crucial for all government and commercial data producers and stewards


Geosecurity functional diagram

Auto-sync with higher level Portal Security

Integrated Cascading Effect

GIS

Portal

GIS

Portal

Secured

GIS Data

Public

GIS Data

GeoSecurity

ESRI

AutoDesk

Smallworld

GeoMedia

MapInfo

OGC WMS, WFS Compatible

GeoSecurity Functional Diagram

User

User

PKI Certificates Accepted

Control access to multi-GIS format data –

local or remote – map layers

Access to specific GIS data approved

Access to specific GIS data approved


Use of geosecurity by dhs

Use of GeoSecurity by DHS

  • Controls access to local or remote combined data layers

  • Portal and local level access control

  • DHS can instantly increase the security level of any or all map layers in case of an emergency (ensures first responder access)

  • Configured to meet DHS specific requirements

  • DHS users access sensitive data layers

  • Public access of open GIS data sets

  • Enables a single web service for secure environments through PKI and public access

  • Eliminates duplication of data


Gis portal and geosecurity integration

GIS Portal and GeoSecurity Integration

  • GeoSecurity builds on the power of GIS Portal to control access to OGC WMS and WFS compatible data anywhere on the internet or intranets

  • Integrates additional public and private available GIS databases worldwide with full access control

  • Access multi-location, multi-office data, in multiple GIS formats with local and / or portal level role based access controls

  • Access local, state, federal government data

  • Access public and private company data while maintaining data confidentiality


Summary

Summary

  • Integrated Architecture Enables Secure Access to Data in a Public Network

    • PKI Enabled Security ensures authorization over open Internet

  • Open Architecture allows Federal Government to leverage other GIS Initiatives

    • New WMS or WFS Servers can be easily added

      • Additional State GIS Systems

      • County GIS Servers

      • Other Federal Agencies

    • Commercial Services can be Integrated

      • Real Time Weather and Natural Hazards Data Feed – InsMap

      • Geocode Global

      • ImageConnect from GlobeXplorer


For more information

For More Information

  • Clinton Libbey

    • Director, Business Development

    • 703-224-1414 x237

    • 703-981-9200 (cell)

    • [email protected]

    • http://www.hdm.com


  • Login