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Monday, November 9 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
The Development of NY CRIS Trekker – A mobile survey solution for capturing historic buildings for an enterprise geodatabase

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Larry Spraker of Fountains Spatial, Inc.

The NY Cultural Resource Information System (CRIS) is a spatially enabled enterprise system used by the NY State Historic Preservation Office (NYSHPO) for managing the historic resources of New York State. CRIS was deployed in 2014 and has increased the productivity of NYSHPO dramatically. CRIS Trekker is a new module recently developed that allows users to perform field-based data collection on individual buildings, including the capture of photographs and a locational coordinate (via GPS or manual placement) using hand-held devices such as a tablet or smartphone. The building surveys are uploaded (synced) to a centralized server for download, review and processing by SHPO staff. The building surveys are ultimately used by SHPO to create new buildings, or update existing buildings in the CRIS database. CRIS Trekker leverages the Trimble Terra Flex product as the mobile application for deploying a custom building survey form for data collection. This presentation will discuss the architecture, security and challenges associated with integrating Trimble TerraFlex with ArcGIS Server and an Enterprise geodatabase to support CRIS.


Larry Spraker

Fountains Spatial

Monday November 9, 2015 1:30pm - 2:00pm EST
Green Mountain C

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