Innovations and Efficiencies: Utilising Enterprise GIS for TEAM2100 Survey Data
16 Oct 2019
The Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 (TEAM2100) programme is the Environment Agency's largest flood-risk management programme and involves new ways of working to manage flood defences more efficiently and effectively. With 4,000+ assets in the programme area spanning 350+ km, the collection of geospatial information for the assets is vital to our asset management approach. We have utilised a variety of innovative techniques to capture asset information more efficiently, such as drone surveys and mobile mapping surveys captured from a boat, and also to democratise these often large datasets to the entire project team through enterprise web-based GIS applications. This presentation will provide a brief summary of these data capture techniques used on TEAM2100, but will focus much more on the innovative approach we have taken to make data easily accessible and usable by all team members, such as a web-based point cloud and 360 imagery viewer and simple access to high-resolution survey video through our web-based GIS applications.