00:01ArcGIS Server is a core technology for many organizations, like the city of Philadelphia.
00:06We continue to improve and enhance the capabilities of ArcGIS Server.
00:10So, to tell you a little bit more about the new capabilities, please welcome - from the...
00:14...development team - Adam Mollenkopf.
00:22My name is Adam Mollenkopf, and I work on the ArcGIS Server team.
00:26There are many new improvements and enhancements with Server at the 10.2 release...
00:30...but for the few moments I have with you today, we're going to focus on a key new capability...
00:35...the ability to enable real-time GIS using a new extension for Server, the Geoevent Processor.
00:42The world is becoming more instrumented every day.
00:45In fact, there's likely more sensors in this room than there are people.
00:50Connecting these sensors to your GIS features can bring tremendous value to your users...
00:54...that want to know what is happening, as it happens.
00:59Geoevent Processor has connectors that enable you to ingest real-time data from a wide variety of sources.
01:06Those can include social media, in-vehicle GPS devices, military formats, and many more.
01:13Once connected, Geoevent Processor provides you the ability to perform continuous analysis...
01:19...and processing as the data is received.
01:24We're going to look at three demonstrations that show you how you can apply real-time GIS.
01:28We're going to look at planes, vehicles, and a utility network.
01:34Many of you flew into the San Diego airport on your way to this conference.
01:38Noise sensors surround the airport, and report noise levels continuously.
01:42We are visualizing this using the operations dashboard for ArcGIS.
01:47Operations dashboard is the premiere application for viewing real-time GIS.
01:52It monitors, tracks, and reports events to users within your organization.
01:58Geoevent Processor is connecting these sensors to GIS features so that we can visualize their latest status.
02:04It is also performing continuous analysis on the noise reports as they're received.
02:09You're in control of the logic, and your logic is captured on a service, which you author using...
02:14...a designer tool - a very similar concept to model builder.
02:19What we see here now is we've got some violations in the red appearing.
02:22We can see those both on the map as they're occurring, in real-time, as well as down below here...
02:26...in the violation panel.
02:29Now imagine if individuals could be sensors.
02:33I'm going to add another sensor to our dashboard - my iPhone.
02:38I've got a little app running on this iPhone, that's giving me real-time data about what's coming through.
02:43If I pan down here a bit, we can see that it's picking up my voice.
02:48You can see that both on the map as well as down here in this gauge.
02:52So if I was loud noise in a city or an aircraft taking off or gunfire or some other kind of loud noise...
02:58...I can see now that we just detected a violation on the iPhone.
03:02And not only did we detect what was occurring, we detected where it was occurring...
03:06...and how long it occurred.
03:07You can see that it lasted for five seconds.
03:12Let's look at some vehicles.
03:19Let's look at some vehicles now.
03:21At Sea World there's over four million visitors that come.
03:24Oftentimes, there's VIPs or very important people that come to Sea World, and the staff...
03:28...wants to be notified whenever they're approaching the facility.
03:31So we're going to create a geofence on the fly here, and we're going to use a three-minute...
03:38...drive time analysis layer as the basis of the geofence.
03:42So if I save this off, the outer edge of that black area there represents exactly...
03:47...three minutes away from the facility.
03:49So if I'm staff at Sea World, I can get alerted whenever the vehicle comes in that proximity.
03:56So we see here now the VIP is approaching, and we see that there's a bus coming in...
04:00...on the other side of the polygon here.
04:02We're not alerting about that situation.
04:04Again, you're in control of the analysis, and in this case we only wanted to know when...
04:07...VIPs entered, not when buses entered.
04:11Now as soon as that crossed the boundary, Geoevent Processor actually sent off a text message...
04:16...to my phone as well, so Geoevent Processor isn't limited to alerting you through features...
04:21...on the display - it can also alert through e-mail, through text messages...
04:25...through instant messages, or many other mediums as well.
04:30Now real-time GIS doesn't just apply to planes and vehicles, it can apply to just about anything.
04:36Pipelines, oil wells, or utility networks like electric and gas.
04:41We recently teamed up with our partner OSIsoft, and integrated their PI System with ArcGIS.
04:47What you see here are GIS views of real-time utility network usage.
04:52This is the power generation and consumption levels at the University of California, San Diego.
04:57On Campus there are two generators, we can see that they're both generating quite a bit of power here.
05:04And actually, we just lost one of the turbines.
05:07So the generator went down, and this is producing power for many of the buildings on campus.
05:12So our feeder line that's coming in from our local utility provider, San Diego Gas and Electric...
05:16...in this case, has just increased dramatically the amount of power that we're consuming...
05:21...off of the local utility provider.
05:23And we can see that both on the feature display here as well as the PI graph that's interactive and...
05:29...providing a real-time view of the consumption levels.
05:31You see there's a dramatic jump in the consumption level.
05:35Geoevent Processor allows you to be alerted when interesting events occur, to react and...
05:41...make smarter decisions faster, and to know what is happening, as it happens.