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Why Some GIS Projects Fails. Fifth National GIS Symposium in Saudi Arabia. Abdulsalam Abdulah Abdulaal Al Khubar Apr 25- 28, 2009 Jamada I  12-14, 1431. Table of Content. Fail Definitions IT & GIS Pillars Failures Factors GIS Value Chain GIS Project Cost Allocations

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Why Some GIS Projects Fails

Fifth National GIS Symposium in Saudi Arabia

Abdulsalam Abdulah Abdulaal

Al Khubar

  • Apr 25- 28, 2009

  • Jamada I  12-14, 1431


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Table of Content

Fail Definitions

IT & GIS Pillars

Failures Factors

GIS Value Chain

GIS Project Cost Allocations

Spatial Data Issues

Conclusion

Q / A


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What is failure

Not meeting stakeholder expectations


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IT & GIS Pillars


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Failures Factors

It is been proved that IT

are not an issues any more.

Most of the failures caused by those three factors. Only Spatial Data will be tackled


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GIS Value Chain

Landbase

Acquisition

Other Data

Overlay

Operation

(AM / FM)

Basic

GIS

Functions

Other Data

Overlays

Advanced

GIS

Analytics

Advanced

GIS

Analytics &

Integrations

Infrastructure

Preparation

Engineering and Maintenance

Advanced Functionalities

  • Definition of landbase needs

  • Identification of purchasing sources / policy

  • Purchase negotiation and execution

  • Cross check with on-site measurements

  • Correction

  • Overlay of existing digital related data.

  • Scanning / digitization of existing related data

  • Field surveys for spatial positioning (mapping)

  • Update processes to ensure related data are up-to-date

  • Spatial data monitoring

  • Fault localization

  • Maintenance resources allocation

  • Workforce Management: dispatch and routing

  • Logistics coordination

  • Preventive maintenance

  • Modeling and simulation

  • Infrastructure design

  • Network installation management

  • Resources allocation

  • Inventory management

  • Customer segmentation

  • Traffic monitoring

  • Infrastructure planning using advanced algorithms

  • Sensitivity analysis

  • Signal strength readings for network optimization

  • Customer complaint management

  • Service coverage inquiry

  • Marketing campaign definition

  • Caller-ID localization for dispatch

  • Location based services

Usually GIS Value Chain Accomplish through PM Life Cycle


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GIS Project Cost Allocations


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Spatial Data Issues


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2.8 KM

0.8 KM

Sample Of Data Check


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Typical Land base Providers and Costs

Countries

Provider

Data Type

Maintenance Fee

U A E

Town Planning

Landbase

Free

Ireland

Complete landbase, addressing, street indexes, landmarks, etc…

< $10 / km2

Census Department

Jordan

External provider

Landbase

$70 / km2

US A

USGS

Census data (demographics) Tiger files (Landbase, addresses, etc…)

Free

Bahrain

Ministry of Housing

Landbase

Free

Qatar

National GIS Center

Landbase, addresses, census data (demographics)

Free

Egypt

Utilities Data Center

Landbase, Utility Networks

Free

KSA

MOMRA

Landbase

Free


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conclusion

  • Unfortunately failed GIS projects are more than successful one.

  • PMO and project management techniques prove to add value to project success.

  • Spatial data ownership within organization is essential for project success.

  • Best spatial data providers are the designated and specialize one like MOMRA , Ordnance Survey, Local planning Offices and others. Do not attempt to generate your own spatial data.

  • Spatial data acquisition need a lot of cooperation & Coordination with external parties.

  • Successful GIS project are costly they are also an investment so try to follow cost effective partnership model with others.

  • Successful implementation of GIS is increasingly function of management and institutional capability rather than of technology. John C. AntenucciCEOPlan Graphics


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Q & A

Abdulsalam Abdulah Abdulaal

0505314052

[email protected]


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