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May 7, 2014. Improving Health & Safety with Access to Real Time Events using GeoEvent Processor. Ryan LaMar Advisor: Jan Oliver Wallgrün. Presentation Outline. Project Background Project Introduction Objectives GeoEvent Processor Work Plan Static Case Predictive Case Project Timeline

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improving health safety with access to real time events using geoevent processor
May 7, 2014

Improving Health & Safety with Access to Real Time Events using GeoEvent Processor

Ryan LaMar

Advisor: Jan Oliver Wallgrün

presentation outline
Presentation Outline
  • Project Background
  • Project Introduction
    • Objectives
    • GeoEvent Processor
  • Work Plan
    • Static Case
    • Predictive Case
    • Project Timeline
  • Expected Outcomes
  • Challenges
  • Potential Conferences
project background
Project Background

Motivation

  • Weather and Safety affect everyone
  • Organizational responsibility1
  • Global footprint
    • Local and remote work sites
    • Rapidly changing work environments
  • Costly2

1U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) (n.d.). Workplace Safety & Health. Retrieved April 20, 2014, from http://www.dol.gov/dol/topic/safety-health/

2National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Climatic Data Center (2014). Billion-Dollar Weather / Climate Disasters. Retrieved April 20, 2014 from http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/billions/overview

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Project Background

Motivation

  • Reduce1
    • Risk
    • Cost
  • Promote Awareness and Prevent Injury / Illness
  • Evaluate GIS based Tools
    • “Real-time” data
  • FUN!!

1The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) (2002, June 08). White Paper Addressing The Return on Investment for Safety, Health, and Environmental (SH&E) Management Programs. Retrieved April 06, 2014 from http://www.asse.org/practicespecialties/bosc/bosc_article_6.php

project introduction
Project Introduction

Objectives

  • Evaluate the use of ESRI’s GeoEvent Processor as a means for monitoring assets and to develop an effective weather alert system that provides targeted advanced warning of severe weather conditions to the organization.
  • Examine two potential use cases
    • Static
    • Predictive

ArcGIS Server

GeoEvent Processor

Continuous Processing

and Analysis

project introduction1
Project Introduction

GeoEvent Processor

  • Extension for ArcGIS Server
  • A GeoEvent1contains information about things that happened and where they happened.
  • GeoEvent Services1 continually analyze GeoEvents and route the results to the appropriate outputs

Applications

Mobile

Web

Desktop

ArcGIS Server

Features

Real-Time Data

GeoEvent Processor

Text

Alerts

Continuous Processing

and Analysis

Output Connectors

Input Connectors

1ESRI. (2014) Real-time Data Feeds and Sensors. Retrieved April 21, 2014 from http://pro.arcgis.com/en/share/geoevent-processor/get-started/what-is-geoevent-processor-.htm

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Project Introduction

GeoEvent Processor – Connecting to Data

  • Input Connectors1receive and interpret events from a data stream

ArcGIS Server

You can add your own connectors2

Real-Time Data

GeoEvent Processor

Continuous Processing

and Analysis

Input Connectors

1ESRI. (2014) Real-time Data Feeds and Sensors. Retrieved April 21, 2014 from http://pro.arcgis.com/en/share/geoevent-processor/get-started/what-is-geoevent-processor-.htm

2ESRI (2014) ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor. Retrieved April 29, 2014 from http://www.arcgis.com/home/group.html?owner=GeoEventTeam&title=ArcGIS%20GeoEvent%20Processor&sortField=title&sortOrder=asc&content=all

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Project Introduction

GeoEvent Processor – Process Data

  • Filters1 check GeoEvents to see if they meet specified criteria
  • Processors1 perform actions against GeoEvents
    • Calculate new fields: GeoTagger, Field Calculator
    • Modify a GeoEvent: Field Enricher, Field Reducer
    • Derive a new GeoEvent: Field Mapper, Incident Detector
  • A GeoFence1 is a virtual boundary used to define areas of interest

Spatial Filter

  • Trimble Input

GeoEvent Processor

1ESRI. (2014) Real-time Data Feeds and Sensors. Retrieved April 21, 2014 from http://pro.arcgis.com/en/share/geoevent-processor/get-started/what-is-geoevent-processor-.htm

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Project Introduction

GeoEvent Processor – Process Data

GeoEvent Service Designer

project introduction5
Project Introduction

GeoEvent Processor – Sending Updates and Alerts

  • Easily send results to those who need it when they need it using an Output Connector1

Real-Time Data

ArcGIS Server

Features

Applications

Mobile

Web

GeoEvent Processor

Desktop

Alerts

Text

Input Connectors

Output Connectors

You can add your

own connectors

1ESRI. (2014) Real-time Data Feeds and Sensors. Retrieved April 21, 2014 from http://pro.arcgis.com/en/share/geoevent-processor/get-started/what-is-geoevent-processor-.htm

work plan
Work Plan

GeoFences

Weather

GeoEventProcessor

ArcGIS

Server

ArcGIS Online /

Operations Dashboard,

E-mail, Text

Text

Alerts

Feature

Updates

Alerts

Feature

Updates

ArcGIS

Server

ArcGIS

GeoEevent for Server

Workers

GeoEvent Services

Stakeholders

Output Connectors

Input Connectors

Weather Event Monitoring

Auto-Arrival / Auto-Departure

work plan1
Work Plan

Static Case Analysis

Entry

GeoFence

Exit

  • Trimble Input
  • Update Feature
  • Add Feature

Spatial Filter

Field Enricher

  • Send Email

Text

Spatial Filter

  • Send Text Message
  • Weather Input
work plan2
Work Plan

Predictive Case Analysis

Entry

Buffer

GeoFence

Exit

  • Trimble Input
  • Update Feature

Incident Detector

  • Add Feature

Spatial Filter

  • Send Email

Field Enricher

Text

Spatial Filter

  • Send Text Message
  • Weather Input
work plan3
Work Plan

Project Timeline

May

  • Acquisition of the project infrastructure – done

June / July

  • Development of a project prototype
  • Testing

July / August

  • Re-design
  • Final project deployment

September

  • Project Documentation
  • Project Presentation
expected outcomes
Expected Outcomes
  • Automated and flexible tool
  • Scalable
  • Easy to use
  • Cost effective
  • Function as described
  • Describe feasibility of use for such projects
  • Shareable
challenges
Challenges
  • Project
    • GeoEvent Processor is a new extension
    • Privacy issues
  • Distribution
    • Hardware / Software Requirements
potential conferences
Potential Conferences
  • North American Cartographic Information Society
    • Pittsburgh, October 8-11 2014
    • Online submissions due by May 31st
    • http://www.nacis.org/index.cfm?x=2
  • Central Florida GIS Workshop
    • Orlando, September 15-16 2014
    • Abstract submissions due by July 1st
    • http://www.cfgisworkshop.org/#