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Province of Manitoba. Manitoba Land Initiative. Presentation, April 6-7, 2005. This presentation will include a brief history of the development of the Manitoba Land Initiative and include a policy perspective for the sharing of data and:

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Province of Manitoba

Manitoba Land Initiative

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Presentation, April 6-7, 2005

introduction
This presentation will include a brief history of the development of the Manitoba Land Initiative and include a policy perspective for the sharing of data

and:

Give some insight into the internal operations of the warehouse site with an emphasis on data related to Southern Manitoba.

Introduction
the mli
The (MLI)
  • Health,
  • Finance - LTO,
  • Intergovernmental Affairs,
  • Land Management Services,
  • Conservation/Water Stewardship,
  • Energy, Science and Technology.
  • Agriculture, Food & Rural Initiatives,
  • Transportation and Government Services,
  • Industry, Economic Development and Mines
  • What is the MLI :
  • A Co-operative Provincial Government Initiative for the development of a digital on-line process to house, display and distribute Provincial geospatial data.
history
History

There was a need for Manitoba to:

  • investigate a method for housing its own geospatial information (1999-2000).
  • collectively think about many department’s geospatial data products as a single corporate asset.
  • develop mechanisms for the collection, storage and dissemination of its data products.
  • create a interdepartmental structure for developing processes for a Manitoba data sharing and delivery service.
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DATABASE … controlled electronic exchange of land related information, regardless of location, technology, and managing organization...

Conservation /

Water Stewardship

MB Government Intranet

Manitoba Land Initiative

Core Data

topology

cadastral

orthophotos

land use

transportation

……..

Metadata catalogue

Land related knowledge

- best practices

- departmental projects

- experts

Different

applica-

tions

Transportation

Intergov.Affairs

IT&M

internal and external use
Internal and External Use

INTRANET

Provincial Use

WAREHOUSE

Manitoba Land Initiative

Core Data

topology

cadastral

orthography

land use

transportation

……..

Metadata catalogue

Land related knowledge

- best practices

- departmental projects

- experts

INTERNET

Public Access

- Distribution requirements

- User/license/disclaimer agreement

mli delivery understanding
MLI delivery understanding:
  • All data is a corporate asset and its ownership never changes.
  • Data contributors can advance their core geospatial datasets into the system at any time.
  • Data contributors determine what datasets they release to the system.
results of the process are
Results of the process are:
  • A cross departmental, cross functional relationship for digital data sharing.
  • A corporate partnership of departments was formalized and a provincial working group was established.
  • Data sharing, data integration and standards development between departments for geospatial data products.
  • A provincial mandate for the MLI process was instituted that provides for the development and provincial framework for the management of lands related information.
mli achievements
MLI Achievements

The process has:

  • Raised the profile of land related systems
  • Integrated on-line access to land data
  • Improved our data currency processes
  • Provided a process for electronic transactions internally and externally
  • Provided smaller departments with equal access to data
  • Provided internal and external user time and cost savings
the warehouse site
The Warehouse Site

MLI - Core Maps Download Collections:

Admin. BoundariesBase MapsCadastralDigital Elevation ModelsDigital ImageryEnvironmentForest InventoryGeographical NamesGeology MappingLand Use/Cover MapsMunicipal MapsProv. Highways & PTHsQuarter Section GridsSoil ClassificationTopographic MapsTown & Village PlansWater Related Maps

Comments

summary
Summary
  • Future program development is advancing the MLI’s technical capabilities
  • Data continues to flow into the warehouse at an increased rate (approximately 80 Gb)
  • Human resource commitments continue by all user groups. As of March 1, 2005 there are 5600 registered users.
some future activities
Some Future Activities
  • Striving to achieve a more seamless mapping and mapping framework.
  • Continue to accept geospatially related data sets
  • Investigate partnership relationships with other data products (NFIS), Intergraphand others.
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MLI Data Warehouse:

Overview

http://mli.gov.mb.ca

mli gis data types
MLI - GIS data types
  • Line work used for topographic maps
  • Networks - highways, power grids, rivers and streams
  • Points for site locations, addresses
  • Polygons for Cadastral, Property mapping
  • Raster for Ortho photos, Remote sensing
  • Referential - overview maps, metadata
metadata management
Metadata management

Spatial Metadata Management System (SMMS) is being implemented with the assistance of Geoconnections.

web map publisher
Web Map Publisher

A pilot project is currently being completed with Intergraph , to evaluate and possibly implement this Web Map product as the next generation data access tool.

in conclusion
In conclusion
  • The Manitoba Land Initiative (MLI) is a active and on-going program for the effective collection, storage and dispensing of digital geospatial data across the Manitoba government and to the public.
  • The site: http://mli.gov.mb.ca
  • Thank you!
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