Enhanced NAVTEQ Field Vehicles Collect Data in a Live Environment for ESRI Attendees
Chicago, IL – August 4, 2008 – NAVTEQ, a leading global provider of digital map data for location-based solutions and vehicle navigation, will feature an array of customer presentations at the 2008 ESRI International User Conference in San Diego, CA (booth #701), August 4-8, 2008. NAVTEQ is again a Gold Sponsor of the ESRI International User Conference, the Federal Reception and the Transportation Industry Special Interest Group.
Additionally, NAVTEQ geographic analysts will offer rides in enhanced field vehicles outside of the San Diego Convention Center (Hall B). Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a live demonstration of the new multiview camera video system while learning how NAVTEQ map data is collected.
Customer presentations will be delivered during exhibit hours in NAVTEQ booth 701 and will touch on a variety of topics including Federal, State and Local Government; Mobile Resource Management; Workforce Management and Optimization; Business Intelligence; and Map Enhancement Tools.
Federal Government Presenters:
Applied Geographics, Inc.: FGDC Compliant Metadata for NAVTEQ North America Map Data used in HSIP Gold
Applied Geographics will describe the value of metadata that is fully compliant with FGDC metadata standards. The metadata was developed in collaboration with NAVTEQ for datasets used in HSIP Gold by the federal emergency management and homeland security infrastructure protection communities.
Ardent Management Consulting: The Department of Homeland Security Software—Integrated Common Analytical Viewer
The Integrated Common Analytical Viewer (iCAV) system is a web-based geospatial analytical and situational awareness system that helps the Department of Homeland Security mission partners to better prepare, prevent, respond and recover from natural and man-made disasters. At its foundation is NAVTEQ® map data, which supports location and viewing critical assets as well as imagery and other data layers.
Northrop Grumman Corporation: C/JMTK Geospatial Appliance (CGA)—Application Ready Data for Visualization and Analysis
The CGA by Northrop Grumman provides effective, user friendly access to worldwide coverage of NGA geospatial products. The tool is pre-loaded with RFP, VPF and DTED in application-ready formats to support your mission. The CGA is constantly evolving by incorporating ESRI software and NAVTEQ data updates.
State and Local Government Presenters:
ADASHI: Command Presence, Resource Control, and Communication Interoperability through ADASHI First Response Software
Coordinating fire, police, and EMS regional response efforts has become a critical responsibility for first responders. By integrating NAVTEQ map data, ADASHI has developed easy-to-use, all-hazard, incident response and command software that can help ESRI users achieve this goal.
City of Alpharetta, Georgia: NAVTEQ Data and Local Government Applications
The City of Alpharetta uses NAVTEQ map data in a wide variety of applications throughout many city departments. NAVTEQ map data and enhanced datasets are helping to meet the everyday needs for applications such as emergency response, crime analysis, work order management, Local Update of Census Addresses Program (LUCA – Census Bureau) and many others.
Mobile Resource Management Presenters:
FedEx Custom Critical: Real-Time Fleet Capacity Monitoring with ESRI Flex
FedEx Custom Critical utilizes ESRI tools and NAVTEQ map data to assist with a wide range of real-time fleet monitoring activities to keep track of critical shipments. Activities include: shipment visualization; capacity monitoring for fleet vehicles; shipment execution monitoring; and stop proximity, arrival, and departure monitoring.
GIS Solutions: Routing Utilizing NAVTEQ Transport™ Attributes in ArcGIS
NAVTEQ Transport truck attributes provide a variety of benefits when used in commercial vehicle routing. GIS Solutions will review the basics of truck attributes and illustrate how to integrate NAVTEQ Transport into a network dataset.
Workforce Management and Optimization Presenters:
OneGIS and EnergyCom Network: Integrating GIS with Prepaid Utility Meter Solutions
OneGIS, in conjunction with EnergyCom Network, provides a unique prepaid metering solution to the state of Texas. The ArcGIS server-based solution utilizes NAVTEQ map data to bring a unique set of real-time applications to the end user, including: IS-Centric Work Order Management, Marketing and Sales, Routing and Outage Management.
PHH: Fleet Telematics: Making NAVTEQ, ArcGIS and Cold Fusion Work in a Time Sensitive, High Volume Environment
PHH Onboard integrates advanced telematics technology with PHH's consultative expertise and comprehensive fleet information. This innovative new service will transform the way you manage your fleet, with capabilities that enable you to improve your corporate risk profile, easily monitor and eliminate excessive speed, reduce unauthorized use, increase driver productivity and enhance vehicle performance. Learn how PHH built this award-winning product using NAVTEQ data, ESRI ArcGIS, and MS SQL Server underneath a Cold Fusion-based user interface.
RouteSmart Technologies: RouteSmart for ArcGIS™—Public Works Applications
Using NAVTEQ map data, RouteSmart for ArcGIS route optimization software helps to solve route planning problems in the public works industry.
Business Intelligence Presenters:
Business Objects an SAP Company: Move, Transform and Maximize the Quality of Your Data
At the core of every data initiative is the requirement for clean, trusted information. However, data is often transient and volatile, residing in multiple areas and entering the information network from various sources. Enable your organization to move, transform, and improve any type of data anywhere through address cleansing, data enhancement with geocoding using NAVTEQ map data, and data migration.
Intelligent Direct: Zip Code Data that Works in Your Organization
Intelligent Direct uses NAVTEQ map data in printed and digital form ranging from street maps, to ZIP code maps, to telecom maps. Discover how Intelligent Direct can help you to better utilize US Postal information in the form of ZIP code and Postal Carrier Route data, maps, and spatial analysis in order to discover new opportunities and better manage operations.
First American Proxix Solutions: Parcel Boundaries Redefining Geocoding Accuracy
Learn about the potential uses of parcel data in location intelligence and geocoding. With PxPoint's ability to geocode using NAVTEQ Parcel Boundaries™, clients can map and analyze the actual geographic location of clients, buildings, physical plans, infrastructure and assets for making smarter business decisions.
Tetrad Computer Applications: Site Selection and Market Planning Using PCensus for ArcGIS
PCensus integrates demographic data and ArcGIS to create a powerful mapcentric demographic analysis system. Designed specifically to analyze customers and markets, PCensus enables you to combine customer data with demographics and NAVTEQ map data for accurate market analysis.
Map Enhancement Tools and Licensing Presenters:
Placebase: A Fine Blend: Using the Pushpin API to Make the Most of ESRI Demographic and Map Data
Drawing on map data from NAVTEQ and a massive catalog of demographic and market variables from ESRI, the Pushpin API and Rendermap custom tile rendering service create powerful web-based GIS applications that maximize the value of data and put the power of customization in the hands of clients, developers, and users.
Tier 3, Incorporated: Lifecycle Approach to Land Base Change Management
Tier 3 software enables companies to reconcile and synchronize new releases and updates of NAVTEQ data and enhanced datasets (e.g., streets, parcels, polygons, POI’s) with their internal land base and data maintenance activities that occurred between releases.
American Digital Cartography, Inc.: Everything You Need to Know About Licensing Data
Licensing options, terms, official agreements, and legal jargon are often confusing and difficult to understand. This educational presentation provides participants with the knowledge needed to license NAVTEQ map data. From internal users, to public websites, to transaction based licensing—and everything in between!
“NAVTEQ is excited to be a part of the 2008 ESRI International User Conference along with some of our most innovative customers and end users,” commented Roy Kolstad, vice president and general manager—Enterprise Americas, NAVTEQ. “Through this year’s activities, we will also illustrate how our map data is collected in a live environment and applied in real-life solutions to create the most comprehensive database available.”