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Thursday, May 25 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
BOWT: Enterprise Data at CentralSan/NYC Opendata Portal

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In this “Best of the World Tour” session, we present two of our favorite user stories from the FME World Tour 2017.

Updating Geospatial Data for NYC Opendata Portal with FME
The NYC Open Data Portal is a website giving the public access to thousands of sets of public data from NYC agencies. The GIS team at the New York Dept. of Information Technology and Telecommunications (NYC DoITT) is using FME to perform regular updates to several 1,000,000+ record geographic data sets.
The data is maintained by different agencies and hosted in separate databases. This presentation will describe the role that FME plays in providing these dynamic and valuable data to the citizens of New York City and beyond.
- Chris Rado, Mohammed Rahman, Sofiya Elyukin, NYC Dept. of Information Technology and Telecommunications

Blending Enterprise Data with FME Server
GIS has become the foundation of our organization’s asset management program. Many of our business systems rely on our GIS services for authoritative spatial data and map services. Other business systems (SunGard ERP, Cityworks CMMS, and legacy WinCan CCTV inspection system) contain critical non-spatial data that must be linked to spatial asset information. In this presentation I’ll share how we are using FME Server to “blend” spatial and non-spatial data together for the ArcGIS Server map services that power our Geocortex applications, our Cityworks CMMS, and our new ITpipes CCTV inspection system.
- Carl Von Stetten, CentralSan

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Mark Ireland

FME Evangelist, Safe
As Product Evangelist at Safe Software I write training materials and online content, support users online, evangelize via blog posts, help with product design, and anything else they let me get in to! | | I've worked for 25+ years in the spatial data industry (yikes!) particularly... Read More →


Chris Rado

NYC Dept. of Information Technology and Telecommunications

Thursday May 25, 2017 2:00pm - 2:30pm
VCC West Room 114-115