Frank Winters NYS Division of Homeland Security and Emergency

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Frank Winters NYS Division of Homeland Security and Emergency
Frank Winters
NYS Division of Homeland Security
and Emergency Services
Office Information Technology Services
February 5, 2013
Outline
• A little data philosophy
• NYS GIS Coordination Program
– NYS GIS data sharing cooperative and
clearinghouse
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Orthoimagery and elevation data
Broadband Mapping Program
GIS web services
Street Address Mapping (SAM)
Geocoding web service
noise
content
What we store
and query
Domain of:
• Search
• Discovery
• Awareness
data
information
Domain of:
• SM Experts
• Synthesis
• Insights
knowledge
What we need
for decisions
expertise
wisdom
Geographic Databases
Additional Base
Data
Framework Data
Land Ownership
Flood Zones
Transportation
Wetlands
Surface Waters
Landcover
Boundaries
Water Lines
Geodetic Control
Sewer Lines
Elevation
Soils
Ortho Imagery
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NYS GIS Coordination Program
• March 1996, Temporary Geographic
Information Systems Council
• September 20, 1996 Governor’s Technical
Policy on GIS
– Coordinating Body
• July 1997, GIS Data Sharing Technology Policy
– Data sharing Coop
– Standards
NYS GIS Data Sharing Cooperative
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Government, NFP, Academics
No secondary distribution
Contacts
Feedback
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Bavarian Pigeon Corps - 1903
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Orthoimagery Program
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4-Bands (R, G, B, and N-IR)
1-ft GSD in urban areas, +/- 4-ft
2-ft GSD in rural areas, +/- 8-ft
NYC Specs
– 0.5-ft GSD Color, +/- 2-ft
– All structures in Manhattan orthorectified
– Structures above 5-stories in outer boroughs
orthorectified
– June flight for Manhattan
Orthoimagery Options
• Add CIR
– Separate 3-band images
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Increase resolution up to 0.5-ft GSD
True Orthorectification
Custom Mosaics
Accelerated Delivery
Street Address Mapping(SAM)
Create a statewide authoritative
address point database to support
next-generation 9-1-1 and other
purposes
SAM Big Picture
• Next Generation 911 requires GIS data
• Huge range of needs for address data statewide
• Building to highest level requirements (i.e. 911) will support all
lower requirements
• Not a re-addressing project; we’re just mapping what you've got
• Address point data will…
– Support 9-1-1 dispatch
– Be publicly available for widespread uses
– Support high-quality geocoding
– Contain no personal or sensitive information
– Contain unique IDs
NENA Address Standards
• FGDC Standard(February 2011)
– Parses/breaks out addresses into smaller components
– Jointly developed by URISA & NENA
– Includes subaddresses
• NENA version
– Allows some abbreviations
– NENA reviewing 200+ public comments
• Mapping (location) standard for address points
lacking
– Where to place a point & how many points?
– NENA standing up a work group
– Will follow NENA standards development process
Apartment Building
Complex
70 Mc Carty Ave
Building 1, Apt 1;
Building 2, Apt 4; etc.
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gisservices.dhses.ny.gov

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