What is GIS, how it works

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Use of GIS is everywhere in life, may it be public works, education, health, law enforcement or disaster management. It is claimed that use of GIS is limited by our own imagination only. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GIS

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C O N C E P T about - GIS - Aerial Photography - Making Line maps - Mosaicking - Geodatabase :

C O N C E P T about - GIS - Aerial Photography - Making Line maps - Mosaicking - Geodatabase

- GIS stands for Geographic Information System The electronic way of presenting items, places and structures on earth in a systematic manner. It is a new version of typical Geography as a subject.:

- GIS stands for Geographic Information System The electronic way of presenting items, places and structures on earth in a systematic manner. It is a new version of typical Geography as a subject.

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Selection of Aerial photography company type of camera How Line Mapping Starts

The Aircraft:

The Aircraft Crew - One pilot, one photographer Length 13.34m Span 16.61m Height 4.57m Wing area 28 square meters, Maximal takeoff weight 5.670kg, 2 Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A41 turbo-jet engines 850 horsepower – 635kW each, Capacity 544 gallons of JET A1 fuel, Working speed 536km/h (289kts), Minimal stable speed 139km/h (75kts), Practical ceiling 10 700m, Maximal rate of ascent 10.5m/s, Maximal air time 5:57 Flying range 3500km, Cockpit - pressurized.

The Aircraft:

The Aircraft Learjet 25D or 35 Maximum speed: 877 km/h (473 kt ) Economical cruising speed 860km/h (465kt) Range: 2,853 km (1,540 nm) Service ceiling: 13,720 m (45,000 ft) Photo flight endurance: approx. 2 hours 2 flight sorties per day equals approx. 6,500 sq. km of photo coverage (60 cm GSD) (70% fwd lap and 30% side)

Aircraft Interior:

Aircraft Interior

Aircraft Interior:

Aircraft Interior

Aerial Photography Activity:

Aerial Photography Activity

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Agree on flight runs and the whole plan to cover the area How Mapping Starts Flight Run 1 Flight Run 2

Aerial Photography Concept:

Aerial Photography Concept

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TF-004 TF-005 TF-009 TF-008 TF-006 TF-007 TF-003 TF-002 TF-001 Flight Run 1 Flight Run 2 TF-001 Let’s get going

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TF-004 TF-005 TF-009 TF-008 TF-006 TF-007 TF-003 TF-002 TF-001 TF-001 Farhaan Street Masood Road Masood Dist Area Masood District Area The Image The Line Map

This is end of beginning – what next?:

The Image and its Line Map TF-001 Masood Dist Area Farhaan Street Masood Road Masood Dist Area This is end of beginning – what next?

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Making Mosaicks TF-004 TF-005 TF-007 TF-008 TF-006 TF-009 TF-001 TF-002 TF-003 Agree on flight runs to cover the area Flight Run 1 Flight Run 2

Earth Curvature and Camera:

Earth Curvature and Camera

Dodge, Rectification, Affine:

Removing camera and lens effects Fixing pixel size Dodge, Rectification, Affine

Putting Images together:

Putting Images together TF-004 TF-005 TF-007 TF-008 TF-006 TF-009 TF-001 TF-002 TF-003

Image mosaics and cropping:

TF-004 TF-005 TF-007 TF-008 TF-006 TF-009 TF-001 TF-002 TF-003 Image mosaics and cropping Image Cropping

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Adding ground/map information Airport Road Ring Road Ring Road Khalid District Masood District Industrial Area-2 Shopping and Commercial Area Medical Complex Old Airport Road Mus’ab Recreation Gardens Talha Education City Export Promotion Center Saleh Green Belt

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Geographical Info System (GIS) Why we need it ? Developing geodatabase

Developing geodatabase:

Developing geodatabase 1 Population 30,567T (1314+60)(2237Cp) 3357BA)(4713GA)(5515Bc) (6192Gc)(7239In)(233 exp) 2 School/ Colleges mdlmfkfm ekmm 3 SWM Bins Ml;meomf f 4 Roads Mncwkjhfcn,mc ;fol,’;e 5 Masjids Hjhjsdgiueyrblskc;lkeke 6 Medical Facilities Nmnckjf lkdnihfhf;nc 7 DMCs nmcdlkjf Sc Sc ClFe Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Bn Sc Mj Mj Mj Mj 30,567 3 4 4312,356 sft 22L +83Sm 13G+8p 9

If we count just the poles:

If we count just the poles Approximately 350 features are captured Count light poles Budget to maintain poles Electricity required Staff required Maintenance Equipment required Types of poles used / Nos in each type Standby inventory requirements Depleting technology & replacement Length of lighting network ( kms ) Feed connection from ? Alternative feeding in emergency

If we count just the roads:

If we count just the roads Approximately 350 features are captured Road Data (communication) Road length in area Single / dual / lanes Width Vs traffic count Road connections to other roads Z-value …. flow of rain water / floods How many poles needed What repaid budget can be Strength of roads (traffic load) Staff needed Police and safety requirement Intersections / underpasses / Flyovers Traffic bottle necks Plan for public facility (school / hospital) Parking area plan Population shift / growth plan Shortest distance for emergency (traffic count)

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Approximately 350 features are captured Civic Facility Management Emergency Services City Planning Demographic shift monitoring Educational Facility Management Facility Management Client Access Repair & Maintenance Budgeting Population growth trends Traffic Management Utility Supplies Management GIS Needs (few of many)

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Beds – Total : 110 Beds - Total certified : 110 Lpn / lvn - Full time : 12.91 Registered nurse - Full time : 2.21 Change of ownership counter : 4 Program participation : MEDICARE AND MEDICAID Activity professional - Full time : 1.10 Activity professional - Part time : 0.46 Administrator - Full time : 3.26 Administrator - Part time : 5.47 Beds - Snf / nf : 110 Cert nurse aides - Full time : 31.49 Cert nurse aides - Part time : 14.20 Dietitians - Part time : 0.80 Food service - Full time : 3.39 Food service - Part time : 10.14 Housekeeping - Full time : 3.17 Housekeeping - Part time : 7.26 Lpn / lvn - Part time : 2.89 Multi-Facility organization name : BENEDICTINE HEALTH SYSTEM Multi-Facility organization owned : Yes Nurses with admin duties-Full time  : 1.01 Nurses with admin duties-Part time : 2.31 Occup therapy asst - Part time : 2.51 Occupational therapist - Part time : 0.67 Organized family group : Yes Organized resident group : Yes Other - Full time : 1.03 Other - Part time : 3.51 Other activities staff-Part time : 2.24 Other physician – Contract : 0.01 Pharmacists – Contract : 0.01 Phys therapists - Part time : 1.30 Physical therapists - Part time : 1.19 Registered nurse - Part time : 2.91 Rn director of nursing - Part time : 0.86 Social worker - Part time : 1.83 Speech pathologist – Contract : 0.04 Ther rec spec - Part time : 0.46 Compliance: status : IN COMPLIANCE Current survey date : Jul 2002 Eligibility code : ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE Participation date : Apr 1985 Database for hospital

Author: Izhar Ahmad Contact: izhar_ccc@hotmail.com:

Author: Izhar Ahmad Contact: izhar_ccc@hotmail.com

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