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PILLAR: DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Geospatial Analytics

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What we will do and why

Development and implementation of an extensible geospatial analytics platform, replacing multiple legacy applications to provide a platform for servicing internal and external use cases, along with controlled third party access to geospatial network records.

Key deliverables

  • Geospatial Analytics Platform.
  • Migration of legacy geospatial analytics use cases.
  • Development of new geospatial analytics use cases.

Target outcomes

  • Rationalisation of legacy geospatial analytics tools and interfaces.
  • Provision of advanced geospatial analytics functionality.
  • Delivery of new advanced geospatial analytics use cases.
  • Increased third party access to geospatial network records.

Measures of success

  • Successful migration of legacy use-cases to new platform.
  • Facilitation of new geo-analytics use cases and corresponding value realisation.
  • Registrations for controlled third party access to geospatial network records.
  • Increase in customer satisfaction.

Stakeholder Engagement

Through engagement with stakeholders from across the business, we have identified specific areas of interest for geospatial analysis such as fluid filled cable replacement, noise layer visualisation and environmental sensitivity. For the migration to the new ESRI GSA application, we have engaged stakeholders to prioritise use cases into work packs, with around 6 use cases in each.

Planned start:

06.01.2023

Target completion:

30.06.2024

Key milestones:

  • Data Migration to Azure geospatial database (Sep 2023)
  • Platform implementation (Dec 2023)
  • Use case migration (Apr 2024)
  • Transfer to BAU implementation and ongoing new use case delivery (Jun 2024)

Status:

On Track

Date of change Category Description
22.12.2023 Update

Added additional detail about stakeholder engagement.