Diagrammatical and pictorial information that identifies the spatial context of natural or constructed land, infrastructure and building features or boundaries, and in some cases position on the earth. Spatial data typically includes Computer Aided Design (CAD) information, Geographical Information System (GIS) data and digital aerial photography and satellite imagery.
Workspace GIS (WS-GIS) will be the sole GIS for E&IG business. WS-GIS will host all reference that support business feature layers and GEMS GIS reference layers, and within which all existing (and standalone) GIS information will migrate (example business GIS layers such as Contaminated Sites features).WS-GIS will firstly support GEMS geo-enablement and provide, imagery, foundation data and reference layers, base maps and web services and all other capability as required. This means that E&IG GIS reference will be available and maintained for WS-GIS, Desktop clients and GEMS users without business user need to manage.
The ERP GIS is distinct to the WS-GIS in regards to how it is accessed and what parts of GIS information it contains. ERP GIS is the part embedded within GEMS – but remains a significant part of E&IG GIS.
E&IG Geospatial Share Point: The Geospatial Capability & Information collaboration site has been formed to encourage collaboration and sharing amongst the geospatial community and those who use, depend or have an interest in geospatial information.
Within this shared environment there are three sites representing the three divisions of E&IG – DepSec E&IG, Infrastructure Division and Service Delivery Division. The intention is that each site will be owned, managed and maintained by representatives for the respective divisions, where they can contribute their geospatial information and share ideas, and be visible to the group.
Through collaboration we will:
By working collaboratively with the business our goal is to:
Theis formed by a core group of stakeholders, facilitating two-way engagement on key areas of interest in the geospatial domain and will be able to represent the broader E&IG interests.
By initiating the Geospatial Preparedness Working Group the following outcomes are expected:
If you require further assistance or advice please contact the spatial team at: Estate Geospatial.
Manager, Spatial Systems