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2009 Indiana GIS Conference

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  1. Steven Hook, GISP IGIC President 2009 Indiana GIS Conference February 17-18, 2008

  2. 2009 Indiana GIS Conference Presidential Address • What is IGIC • IGIC 2008 Projects • IGIC 2009 Projects • IGIC Committee/Workgroup Activities • How You Can Get Involved

  3. What is IGIC?

  4. Indiana Geographic Information Council, Inc. What is IGIC? • A nonprofit 501(c)3 • A membership organization • Administered by elected board of directors • Statewide coordinating body for Indiana geographic information Our Mission: To lead the effective application of geographic information in Indiana

  5. Fulfilling IGIC’s Mission • Dissemination of data and data products • Education and outreach • Adoption of standards • Building partnerships • The IndianaMap IGIC’s mission is being met by…

  6. IGIC2008 ProjectsSummary

  7. IGIC 2008 Projects Summary IndianaMap Training ($5,000.00) • State Library affiliates trained on IndianaMap • Creation of an IndianaMap pamphlet IndianaMap redesign coming in the near future

  8. IGIC 2008 Projects Summary FGDC CAP Grant: Return on Investment Study ($50,000.00) (2005 Orthos/IndianaMap) • Study identified current spending, duplication of effort, needs, benefits, & financial & non-financial returns. • 312 respondents—diverse user group • 86% report orthophotography essential for operations • Articles covering ROI, state funding strategies, quotes, and success stories • Report mailed to legislators, county officials and cities and towns • Completed August 2008

  9. IGIC 2008 Projects Summary FGDC CAP Grant: Return on Investment Study ($50,000.00) (2005 Orthos/IndianaMap) $1.7 Billion Supported by the IndianaMap 34:1 Return on Investment Scope of Indiana Projects “In short…an initial investment of $8.5 million supports over 200-times its value in projects and operations—with 86% of users indicating they could not do their projects without it.” Jill Salegoe-Simmel

  10. IGIC 2008 Projects Summary USGS Grant: Address Integration for the IndianaMap ($288,000.00) • An IndianaMap framework data layer • Provides mechanism for integrating addresses seamlessly • 13 participating counties • 10 county’s worth of data in place and ready for testing • Completed December 2008

  11. IGIC 2008 Projects Summary USGS Grant: National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) Stewardship ($25,000.00) • Identify NHD steward to perform training, maintenance & updates for one local watershed • Waters Workgroup worked with Hamilton Co • Outcome • Better understanding of local maintenance & update effort • Completed September 2008 1:24,000 NHD (red) over results from Pilot Project (blue) 1:96,430

  12. IGIC 2008 Projects Summary IndianaMap defined… • Gaining consensus • Building the map • Educating people on its use • Making it widely available IndianaMap Data Sharing Agreement (Ongoing)… • June 2008—Letter sent to County Commissioners • Fall 2008—GIO, IGIC, and IDHS present road shows

  13. 47 Participating Counties IGIC 2008 Projects Summary And the progress as of 2/10/2009… Adams Bartholomew Cass Clark Clay Daviess Dearborn Delaware Dubois Fayette Fountain Grant Hamilton Harrison Hendricks Howard Jasper Jefferson Jennings Johnson Kosciusko Lagrange LaPorte Madison Marion Miami Monroe Noble Owen Pike Perry Posey Pulaski Ripley Scott Shelby Spencer St. Joseph Starke Tippecanoe Tipton Vanderburgh Vigo Wabash Wayne Wells Whitley

  14. IGIC2009 Projects

  15. IGIC’s Financial Status Project grants (considered soft money) Annual IGIC Conference (larger revenues anticipated this year) Membership dues (increases made for 2009) Indiana Mapping Data and Standards Fund—IC 4-23-7.3-4 (no funds available) Other sources being considered $104,000.00 Funding sources include…

  16. IGIC 2009 Projects Federal Geographic Data Committee (FDGC) Cap Grant (Awarded February 2009) • Demonstrate IndianaMap Data Sharing Initiative • $75,000.00 grant + 50% match for $112,000.00 total • Develop accurate digital county boundary • Document processes for maintenance • and development • QA/QC process for discovering anomalies

  17. IGIC 2009 Projects Additional Grant Opportunities • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)—Partnership between INDOT, ISPLS, and IGIC • Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)—Conservation Innovation Grants • US Geological Survey (USGS)—Partnership Grant Proposals IARC—Indiana Association of Regional Councils

  18. IGIC 2009 Projects Other IndianaMap Funding Opportunities • Establish permanent IndianaMap portal funding base • 2009 National Economic Stimulus Fund Legislation — • Fund development of statewide GIS framework layers… • Orthophotography, LiDAR, Topography • Height Modernization • NHD updates & maintenance • Data sharing initiative framework layers

  19. IGICCommittee/WorkgroupActivities

  20. Committee/Workgroup Activities Orthophotography Workgroup • A Shovel Ready Plan • Statewide Orthophotography, LiDAR, and Topographic Map data • Tie project with Imagery for the Nation and LiDAR for the Nation plans

  21. Committee/Workgroup Activities Education/Outreach Committee (2009 Seminar Series) March – April GIS 101 Introduction to the IndianaMap May – June Grants and other Funding Resources Available June – July Latest Trends in GIS for Emergency Management July – August Using GIS to Support Green Initiatives Cartography in the classroom Sept. – Oct. Updating Your GIS Dictionary: Navigating the New Language of GIS (Mash-ups, Interoperability, and more) Current Trends in the Use of GIS for Property Assessment Nov. – Dec. Internet Mapping Mash-ups and Interoperability

  22. Committee/Workgroup Activities Legislative Committee (2009 Legislative Priorities) • Meet with Lawmakers in key Standing Committees • Educate organizations to include GIS initiatives in their legislative platforms • Advocate • Permanent funding for: • IndianaMap Portal & Orthophotography Program • Changes to existing Indiana Code language

  23. Committee/Workgroup Activities Other Activities Membership Drive 2009 • Double membership base • Membership goal: 400 individuals • 15 corporations • 20 institutions Develop an Indiana GIS CORPS • Support IDHS regional disaster response • (People, Hardware/Software) • GIS professionals serving as volunteers A model of collaboration

  24. In Conclusion...

  25. How You Can Get Involved • IGIC Membership • Corporate, Enterprise, and Individual • IGIC Committees & Workgroups • Encourage support for IndianaMap funding • Participate with the • IndianaMap Data Sharing Initiative

  26. The End Enjoy the Conference