Project Category: Geodatabase Design

Land Use Management System Implementation using Esri ArcGIS and LGIM for Town of Danville

Land Use Management System Implementation using Esri ArcGIS and LGIM for Town of Danville

Challenge The Town of Danville used a GeoMedia and Oracle-based GIS. They needed to implement a multi-departmental Land Use Management System which was not compatible with their GIS.  The Town needed to install Esri’s ArcGIS Server within its network. To ensure the safe migration of the Town’s GIS data and an easy and effective transition to a new ESRI-based GIS server system, the Town requested Farallon to develop a...
Tulare County Enterprise Addressing System

Tulare County Enterprise Addressing System

Challenge Like many municipalities, the County of Tulare has compiled a vast amount of critical address data but on a variety of non-uniform formats. These needed to be consolidated and reconciled under a common interface in order to mitigate errors, conflicts, and redundancies in the data. The County partnered with Farallon to develop and implement an integrated Enterprise Master Address Database / Repository, Address Management System and Address Maintenance...
Nature Conservancy eCatch Version 2.0 – iOS

Nature Conservancy eCatch Version 2.0 – iOS

Challenge The Nature Conservancy (TNC) developed eCatch, a web-based application to monitor, visualize, and georeference catch limits and depleted species using data collected by fishing vessels. This catch data was entered into a geodatabase. With the advent of eCatch, a new digital fishermen’s logbook system was created where different fishing parties could upload and share species catch information and data, innovating and enhancing modern fisheries management. However, TNC recognized...
California Department of Transportation (Caltrans): LD-IGR – Geo-based Project Tracking System

California Department of Transportation (Caltrans): LD-IGR – Geo-based Project Tracking System

Challenge Development projects such as housing subdivision, commercial parks, and others can result in significant impact on portions of the State’s transportation system.  In order to foresee and mitigate these impacts, Caltrans provides review of development proposals from local agencies (such as city and county governments) through a division of its Office of Planning called Local Development-Intergovernmental Review (LD-IGR). In most scenarios, reviews of development proposals initiate a collaborative...
Linear Referencing System (LRS) for the Caltrans highway network to meet HPMS requirements

Linear Referencing System (LRS) for the Caltrans highway network to meet HPMS requirements

Challenge Caltrans needed to build a linear reference systems (LRS) to support upcoming federal Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) requirements. They asked Farallon to recommend a plan to pilot development for five counties in the Sacrmento area, to meet the new HPMS standards. HPMS is a federally mandated inventory system and planning tool designed to assess the nation’s highway system. It is used for apportionment, performance measures, highway statistics,...