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Presented to: NSGIC. Southern California Geospatial Modernization Program (SoCAL GMP). Jaymes Pardue Senior Account Manager April 3, 2006 Infotech Proprietary. an Infotech Enterprises company. Luncheon Agenda. 11:30 AM – 11:45 AM Welcome and Introductions 11:45 AM – 12:15 PM

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Presented to: NSGIC

Southern California Geospatial Modernization Program

(SoCAL GMP)

Jaymes Pardue

Senior Account Manager

April 3, 2006

Infotech Proprietary

an Infotech Enterprises company

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Luncheon Agenda
  • 11:30 AM – 11:45 AM
  • Welcome and Introductions
  • 11:45 AM – 12:15 PM
  • SoCAL GMP Concept/Overview
  • 12:15 PM – 12:45 PM
  • Project Discussion
  • 12:45 PM – 1:00 PM
  • Wrap up

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Presentation Overview
  • Introductions
  • SoCAL GMP Concept/Overview
    • Goals of the SoCAL GMP
    • SoCAL GMP Program Approach
  • Project Discussion
    • Technical Requirements
    • Management/Coordination
    • Funding
    • SoCAL GMP Project Recommendations
    • Benefits
    • Moving forward

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Infotech Corporate Overview
  • Infotech LLC
  • Often recognized for our large scale regional and statewide mapping projects
  • Currently the selected contractor for the Los Angeles Region Imagery Acquisition Consortium (LARIAC).

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program
  • My Goals
  • Convey not Convince
  • Facilitate a sharing of ideas
  • Discover any consensus
  • Identify and document common barriers for a regional geospatial data program

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program
  • CONCEPT
  • “A technical and management solution to provide consistent high resolution orthophotography and digital terrain layer to be acquired for all counties in Southern California in 2007/2008 through the collaborative participation of commercial, local government, State and Federal agencies“

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program
  • PURPOSE
  • To promote data collaboration, planning, and regular maintenance of the California geospatial data infrastructure within southern California.
  • To provide easy access to consistent and high quality geospatial data to anyone who needs it.

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program
  • Where did this concept come from?
  • You and your local user groups.
  • LARIAC Project
  • Our statewide project experience.

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program
  • PROBLEM:
  • Program Management and Delivery of imagery and geospatial products is time consuming and resource intensive task for us. Significant efforts are required by personnel for project management, quality assurance and distribution. “We just don’t have the people to do this”
  • Time of delivery is always an issue. In a consortium model it is difficult to get everyone to agree on what a “reasonable” delivery time is.
  • Budgets are not in the same cycle. “No one seems to be able to afford it.”

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program
  • SOLUTION:
  • “Implement a turnkey approach to manage these key issues and shift this burden from a single government agency to a working group model while insuring the highest level of quality and on time delivery.”
  • SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program Approach

QA/QC

County PM

Federal

Vendor

State

Private

County

City

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program Approach

SoCAL PM

Independent QA/QC Firm

Vendor

City

Federal

County

State

Private

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program –Goals
  • Promote consistent geospatial products across Southern California.
  • Minimize internal resource requirements by the implementation of proven management techniques to coordinate all project activities.
  • Completely scaleable for needs/applications
  • Reduce delivery time and product execution
  • Provide Independent QA/QC Services

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program – Top Ten Goals
  • Reduce overall cost
  • Make available a schedule of products and options at pre-negotiated rates
  • Create a consistent budget requirement
  • Create stronger user group communities
  • Provide a contract vehicle for emergency response

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program Approach
  • 5-Phase Program
  • Pre-Project
  • Collection
  • Production
  • Delivery
  • Post Project Support

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program Approach
  • Pre-Project Phase
  • It’s all about managing the proper expectations!

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program Approach
  • Pre-Project Phase
  • Strong Coordination with the County PM
  • Notify Cities that are scheduled to be updated – pre budget phase
  • Build User Groups!
  • Survey and inventory needs/requirements
  • Assess, meet and consult with areas to be imaged

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program Approach
  • Pre-Project Phase
  • Provide, education and consulting on product options:
    • Accuracy,
    • Resolution
    • Delivery formats,
    • Survey requirements
    • Applications, etc.
  • Help user community make informed choices!

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program Approach
  • Pre-Project Phase
  • Provide support materials
    • Survey specifications, Sensor specifications, Product specifications, Acceptance criteria
  • Toll free number access to training personnel
  • Customized Website for 24hr. Online support
    • Listserve portal
    • links to other geospatial sites
    • Sample data, Reports

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program Approach
  • Collection Phase
  • Project assignments to digital cameras
  • Expertise and resources assigned accordingly to minimize risk
  • Resources reassigned weekly or as necessary to reflect changing project conditions
  • Independent QA/QC procedures
  • Progress reported weekly on-line

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program Approach
  • Production Phase
  • Team Lead for each technical requirement
    • Survey
    • Aerial collection
    • LiDAR collection and production
    • DTM
    • Contours
  • Project management processes in place to catch any potential problems early

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program Approach
  • Production Phase
  • Resources reassigned weekly or as necessary to reflect changing project conditions
  • Independent Infotech QA/QC procedures
  • Progress reported weekly online

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program Approach
  • Delivery Phase
  • A truly integrated process!
  • Vendor coordinates and inspects all deliverables
  • Independent QA/QC Completed
  • County Signoff after inspection
  • On-site support for all major deliveries
  • Progress reported weekly online

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program Approach
  • Post Project Phase
  • 1-year of technical support
    • 1-800 number access
    • Online support through website
  • Additional training/consulting available
  • 24hr Emergency Response Plan

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program
  • SoCAL GMP
  • Project Discussion

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Project Discussion
  • Project Assumptions
  • First generation orthophotography
  • Pixel resolution of 3”to 4” for urban areas
  • Urban areas acquired at 1”=100’ map scale
  • Rural areas acquired at 1”=400/1500’ map scale
  • Pixel resolution of 1’to 3’ for rural areas

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Project Discussion
  • Project Assumptions
  • Digital aerial capture with LiDAR
  • Five to seven counties
  • New survey
  • New DTM/DSM/Contours
  • Project life of 11-12 months or less
  • Delivery time of 6-8 months or less

The Geospatial Experts

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Geospatial Modernization Project Discussion
  • Technical Requirements
  • One survey team per County (5-7 teams)
  • Estimate 5-7 planes for urban acquisition
  • Approximate an additional 2-3 planes for rural acquisition
  • Estimate a minimum of 5 production centers
  • Two QA/QC and delivery centers

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Project Discussion
  • Management Requirements
  • Need a champion on the regional level
  • Minimum - Buy in on the County level for each County
  • Commitment to the SGMP concept
  • Vendor that you choose should have a complete “phased” solution to addressing the needs of the project community.

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Project Discussion
  • Funding Requirements
  • Need a champion on the regional level
  • Minimum - Buy in on the County level for each County
  • “We can’t afford it” - “How can we afford it”
  • Funding outreach
  • Vendor that you choose should be willing and able to find funds and create a value proposition.

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Project Discussion
  • What’s this going to cost?

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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LARIAC Cost Summary
  • Area #1 (Urban Area)
  • 2,900 sq. 4” Color & CIR Digital Ortho Imagery
  • LiDAR Acquisition
  • Digital Terrain Model/Digital Surface Model
  • 2’ Contours
  • Negotiated Price: $2,732,946.39
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LARIAC Cost Summary
  • Area #2 (National Forest)
  • 1,050 sq. miles 1-foot resolution Color (& CIR) Digital Ortho Imagery
  • Digital Terrain Model/Digital Elevation Model
  • 4’ Contours
  • Negotiated Price: $348,983,44
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LARIAC Cost Summary
  • Area #3 (Catalina Island)
  • 75 sq. miles 4-inch resolution Color (& CIR) Digital Ortho Imagery
  • LiDAR Acquisition
  • Digital Terrain Model/Digital Surface Model
  • 2’ Contours
  • Negotiated Price: $59,711.62
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LARIAC Cost Summary
  • Total Cost of the LARIAC Program?

$3,797,111.70

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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LARIAC Project Cost

The Geospatial Experts

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SoCAL GMP Budget – Assumptions
  • Assumptions
  • New Ground Control Network
  • 3” or 4” pixel resolution Urban (1”:100’)
  • 1’, 2’ or 3’ pixel resolution Rural (1”:400)
  • Natural Color and CIR
  • LiDAR
  • New DTM, DSM, DEM
  • Contours

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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SoCAL GMP Budget - Urban

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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SoCAL GMP Budget – Rural & Combined

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Project Recommendations
  • Project Recommendations:
  • Certified by licensed CA surveyor
  • Frame camera approach– DMC technology
  • Base resolution paid for by the County (2 or 1-foot minimum)
    • Allow Cities to upgrade resolution
    • Allow City and County agencies to add options
  • 3% of the project goes to SoCAL GMP Project Manager ($431K -$223K)

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Project Recommendations
  • Set minimum experience requirements
    • Project management experience
      • This should be a key selection criteria
    • Proven experience delivering digital aerial orthoimagery solutions
    • Proven experience delivering multiple resolution solutions
    • Ask to see a management/coordination plan
  • Use and Independent QA/QC Vendor

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Project Recommendations
  • Expect “full service” project management, training and coordination
    • This should be a key selection criteria
    • Full pre-project phase support
    • Marketing
    • Pre and post project management
  • Specify large format cameras/sensors
  • Must have possession of camera/sensors at time of the proposal

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program - Benefits
  • Provides the best return on investment when compared to any other data infrastructure upgrade.
  • The local PM remains in charge while reducing internal resource requirements.
  • Regional PM funded by project.
  • Creates stronger user group communities
  • Promotes high quality consistent geospatial products countywide.

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Geospatial Modernization Program - Benefits
  • Significantly minimizes internal resource requirements
  • Greatly reduces project management time and expense
  • Makes available a schedule of products and options at pre-negotiated rates
  • Consistent budget requirement
  • Creates a vehicle for emergency response

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Recommendations moving forward
  • Evaluate your needs and be honest with yourself!
  • Needs vs. Wants
  • Cost?
  • Resolution requirement?
  • Photogrammetric Accuracy Requirement?
  • Speed of delivery?
  • Applications?
  • Multispectral content?

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Recommendations moving forward
  • Create a Technical Steering Committee
  • Talk to your peers
  • Evaluate sample data
  • Create a business case
  • Create a tentative project specification
  • Build partnerships
  • Get creative with your fund raising
  • Promote yourself
  • Set goals

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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Wrap Up

Wrap Up

Jaymes Pardue

Senior Account Manager, Infotech

303-384-1925

[email protected]

SoCAL Geospatial Modernization Program

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