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Regional GIS User Group Meeting. Wednesday, May 13 th 2009 10:00 AM - Noon Amphitheater, C – Level NEXT MEETING SEPTEMBER 9th www.atlantaregional.com/rgug www.atlantaregional.com/gis. Cooperative Purchase Agreement. Must decide if you are going to join Sanborn quote and specs in handout

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Regional GIS User Group Meeting

  • Wednesday, May 13th2009
  • 10:00 AM - Noon
  • Amphitheater, C – Level
  • NEXT MEETING SEPTEMBER 9th
  • www.atlantaregional.com/rgug
  • www.atlantaregional.com/gis
cooperative purchase agreement
Cooperative Purchase Agreement
  • Must decide if you are going to join
  • Sanborn quote and specs in handout
    • Review for changes and make decision
  • Present to ARC Board as a programmatic element for Calendar year 2010
  • USGS contributing
next steps
Next Steps
  • Sign the Letter of Intent
  • Speak with your local executives and talk to the other counties
  • Ask questions now and as soon as you have reviewed everything
rc tool
RC Tool

Tool available at atlantaregional.com/gis

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GIS Training at ARC

  • Trained 75 people since March of 2008
  • Now teaching the authorized ESRI ArcGIS Desktop 9.3 curriculum
    • New course structure, lectures and exercises from previous version
    • Currently offering ArcGIS Desktop I and II, plan to add Desktop III next year
  • Registration is handled through ARC’s Community Planning Academy
    • Next class will be ArcGIS Desktop I: Getting Started with ArcGIS on May 14-15
    • Then ArcGIS Desktop II: Tools and Functionality on July 15-17
    • Cost is $225 for Desktop I (2 days) and $340 for Desktop II (3 days)
    • Available to local government staff only (city, county, water authorities, transit agencies, etc.)
    • Class size limited to 12
    • Email class announcements go out in advance of classes
    • Check the Community Planning Academy page of ARC’s website for upcoming classes and online registration, ESRI website for course details
    • Please contact Paul DiGirolamo at 404-463-3520 or pdigirolamo@atlantaregional.comfor more information
arcgis server
ArcGIS Server
  • Migrating from ArcIMS 9.2 to ArcGIS Server platform
    • Completed implementation of Latitude Geographics Geocortex Essentials for ArcGIS Server 9.2
    • Upgraded ArcIMS 9.2 to 9.3
    • Upgraded ArcGIS Server 9.2 to 9.3 and Geocortex Essentials 1.5.1
    • Configuration and Internal Testing of GE application
    • Geocortex Essentials Training in Charlotte
    • ArcIMS services stopped
    • ArcGIS Server/Geocortex Essentials website is available!
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PECAS Modeling Progress

  • PECAS
    • Production Exchange Consumption Allocation System
    • Developed by Drs Doug Hunt and John Abraham of University of Calgary
    • I-O economic model approach
    • Two Modules, run Sequentially and Annually
      • Activity Allocation (HH and Jobs) Module
      • Space Development Module
    • 78 LUZ zones for 20-County model
    • Landuse forecast
    • Small area population and employment forecast
    • Generate input for Travel Demand Model
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PECAS Modeling Progress

  • SD Progress
    • Build rent equations for Fulton
    • Build Space Synthesizer for 15 counties
    • Evaluation and Calibration of Initial Results from Synthesizer Runs
    • Migrate SD to PostgreSQL
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PECAS Modeling Progress

  • AA Progress
    • Initial Integration with Travel Demand Model (Skims)
    • Unconstrained Run in June of 2008
    • Beginning of 2nd Stage Calibration (Imports and Exports; Option Sizes)
    • Development of Constraint Values (Jobs, Households by Income, Imports/ Exports)
    • Constrained AA Run October 2008
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PECAS Modeling Progress

  • Data Development Progress
    • PUMS ,IMPLAN, SF3 Data Development for Use with AA
    • Employment by PECAS category (industry by occupation by space type)
    • Development of Space Constraints Using NAICS Employment and LandPro
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PECAS Modeling Progress

  • In 2009
    • Build Synthesizer for remaining 5 counties
    • Standardize zoning and density layer
    • Recode ARC SD model
    • Code rent equations into SD
    • Floorspace quantity adjustment
    • Establish Transport Cost Coefficients
    • Revise Design Diagram
    • Start calibrating prices from AA
taz disaggregator
TAZ Disaggregator
  • What is TAZ-D?

- ArcMap Extension

- Spatial Analyst

- Developed By PBS&J

taz disaggregator1
TAZ Disaggregator
  • What will TAZ-D do?
    • TAZ level data for Travel Demand Model
    • Disaggregate future forecast to Super Districts (78) and TAZs (2024)
      • -landuse -employment
      • -household -population
    • Improve ARC Zapping procedure
      • replace FORTRAN programs
      • Incorporate geospatial factors vs. existing share based
taz disaggregator2
TAZ Disaggregator
  • Major Input data:
    • REMI forecast
    • Landpro
    • Street centerline
    • Travel impedance matrix
    • Transit
    • Parcels
    • Any geospatial factors
taz disaggregator3
TAZ Disaggregator
  • How does TAZ-D disaggregate…?
    • Apply factors and weighted scores
    • Spatial Analyst & raster conversion
    • Calculate and rank the likelihood of development
    • Calibration
    • Allocate the future development
    • Make animation
taz disaggregator4
TAZ Disaggregator
  • Output
    • At Super District and TAZ level:
      • Future employment by 21 NAICS categories
      • Population
      • Household by 4x6 HHInc Size categories
    • Animation of future development
  • Progress
    • Working on redevelopment module
    • Will test the full function and calibration in next two weeks