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  1. GIS Data Sharing  - Developed, Productive, Beneficial Kevin DaughertyThe Sidwell Company

  2. My View • There are GIS data sharing sites throughout the world • Data sharing is in the national spotlight • GIS data sharing is active in government and commerce • Data sharing helps us understand, analyze, collaborate, respond, improve our world • It’s controversial!

  3. "There are two levers for moving men: interest and fear." -- Napoleon Bonaparte 

  4. Early Evangelists Efforts Exploring examples…

  5. National Need

  6. Fee and Free

  7. Relevant and Real

  8. Google Earth Gets Haiti Earthquake Imagery Tech companies are mobilizing to provide information to relief groups and financial assistance. By Thomas ClaburnInformationWeek January 14, 2010 05:01 PM Working with satellite imaging company GeoEye, Google on Wednesday evening updated its imagery of Haiti to reflect the devastation of Tuesday's earthquake. The move comes following requests from relief organizations for recent images of the country. The images, taken at about 10:27am EST, are available as a KML overlay for Google Earth. They can also be viewed using Google Maps. The difference between the images of Haiti's streets before the quake and afterwards leaves no doubt about the extent of the devastation there: Whole city blocks lie in ruins. Like a number of other technology companies, Google aims to assist with the relief effort and has pledged $1 million to help do so. It has established a Web page to solicit financial assistance for victims of the disaster. It is also encouraging Internet users to help map Haiti using Google Map Maker, in order to make sure relief workers have the most current geo-data. Other companies are also providing disaster assistance too. Fortius One, working with CrisisCommons and OpenStreetMap, has put together a news dashboard for aggregate data from volunteers and official sources.

  9. Nokia Launches Free Mobile Maps ServiceOvi Maps for GPS smartphones trumps Google Maps' Droid-only service, Nokia says

  10. Controversial? • Private versus Public • How much, how little • Geographic data versus Vital Records • In times of Emergency • Can data sharing be stopped? You decide…

  11. Thank you for your interest! Kevin Daugherty The Sidwell Company kdaugherty@sidwellco.com

  12. Jim Sparks Indiana Geographic Information Officer INDIANA OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY Office: (317) 234-5889 Cell: (317) 517-1879 gio@iot.in.gov 100 North Senate Ave. N551 Government Center North Indianapolis, IN 46204

  13. IC 4-23-7.3(7/1/2007) The state GIS Officer shall do the following: Facilitate GIS data cooperation between units of the federal, state, and local governments. Integrate GIS data and framework data developed and maintained by state agencies and political subdivisions into the statewide base map. Develop and maintain statewide framework data layers associated with a statewide base map or electronic map. Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, provide public access to GIS data and framework data in locations throughout Indiana. 37

  14. The IndianaMap Vision: To create and maintain a comprehensive statewide geospatial data resource that: • Leverages geospatial data assets to maximize benefit to Hoosiers (build once use many times) • Uses the best available data from all levels of government, academia, and the private sector • Is easily and freely available to the public for viewing or to download

  15. The IndianaMap Data Sharing Initiative • Began with an a letter of invitation sent to all County Commissioners in summer of 2008 • Letter requested that counties participate in the IndianaMap (www.indianaMap.org) by sharing 4 GIS data layers • Transfer technology = Web Feature Service

  16. The IndianaMap Data Sharing Initiative In return, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security made $14,894 available to each county About $5,000 to cover WFS set-up and hosting $10k balance available for county GIS expenses related to creating, maintaining, or distributing the 4 data layers In addition, the State, IGIC, and other partners have built and tested the infrastructure to homogenize, integrate, and transfer the 4 layers to the IndianaMap

  17. Data Elements • Parcel data (excluding personal and assessment information e.g., names, phone numbers) • GIS Parcel Number (State number) as defined in 50 IAC 23-20-4 • Parcel Number (County number) as defined in 50 IAC 23-20-4 • Point address data (excluding personal information e.g., names and phone numbers) • Address Number -- Street Name Prefix • Street Name Prefix -- Street Name • Street Name Suffix -- Place Name (e.g., city, town, unincorporated area) • State Name (IN) -- Zip Code • Local governmental unit boundary data • Boundary Type (municipality, precinct, fire, school, tax districts, etc.) • Boundary Name (name/identifier of municipality, precinct, fire, school, tax districts, etc.) • Street centerline data • Street name • Address maximum and minimum number ranges for left and right side of street, if available

  18. IndianaMap Data Sharing Initiative 01 July 14, 2008

  19. IndianaMap Data Sharing Initiative 10 August 18, 2008

  20. IndianaMap Data Sharing Initiative 14 September 10, 2008

  21. IndianaMap Data Sharing Initiative 24 November 12, 2008

  22. IndianaMap Data Sharing Initiative 33 January 5, 2009

  23. IndianaMap Data Sharing Initiative 45 February 9, 2009

  24. IndianaMap Data Sharing Initiative 47 February 10, 2009