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Wednesday, May 24 • 11:00am - 11:30am
Let's Make That Data Dance

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Colonial Pipeline Company was challenged to maintain and support a completely custom .NET middleware application designed to move data from a dedicated field data collection system to APDM, a highly specialized enterprise GIS data model for pipeline operators. This middleware application provides business functions that help Colonial track and report on numerous work activities, asset condition and meet critical regulatory requirements. Colonial chose to use FME Workbench and FME Server to replace the .NET application with a more reliable, supportable and easily extended solution.
The final solution is an elegant, modular set of scripts that leverage many of the powerful tools FME provides including:
• Executing SQL within the Workbench throughout the process
• Rules based calculations and transformations
• Conflict detection
• Execution and error notification
• Scheduled execution via FME Server
• In Workbench documentation using annotation

Speakers
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Tripp Holderfield

Colonial Pipeline Company
Tripp is a GIS Analyst and FME Server Administrator at Colonial Pipeline Company in Alpharetta, GA. He has been using FME for around 5 years and enjoys finding new ways to automate common tasks and reports using FME.
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Bradley Hood

Global Information Systems
A professional in the GIS field for 10+ years. With experience integrating CAD and GIS data, and translating data between multiple data models.
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Eric Klein

Global Information Systems
Has over ten years of experince designing and implementing GPS and GIS based systems supporting oil and gas capital projects and enterprise operations. This experience covers a broad range of activites from operation of decimeter GPS units to architecture and delivery of custom s... Read More →


Wednesday May 24, 2017 11:00am - 11:30am
VCC West Room 118