Project Tag: GeoServer

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...
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...
Enterprise Addressing System for the City of San Francisco

Enterprise Addressing System for the City of San Francisco

Challenge The City of San Francisco and its numerous departments managed hundreds of independent address databases with no common linkage. Most of these databases were not georeferenced. Solution Farallon Geographics and City IT staff have developed and deployed an authoritative, centralized database of building addresses for use throughout City government. This Enterprise Addressing System (EAS) also known as a Master Address Database will reduce errors and prevent duplicative effort...
Union Sanitary District Plant GIS

Union Sanitary District Plant GIS

Challenge Union Sanitary District wanted to develop a Plant GIS Rich Internet application (RIA) for viewing wastewater treatment plant infrastructure and managing mission critical workflows.  The District needed the RIA to be tightly integrated with other business systems including its SharePoint Document Management System, Hansen Asset Management System, Wastewater Asset Management database and ArcGIS Server GIS infrastructure. The application will act as a centralized resource for accessing data, and...
GIS Web Application to Identify and Manage Critical Geological Hazard Data

GIS Web Application to Identify and Manage Critical Geological Hazard Data

Challenge Geological Hazard Abatement Districts (GHADs) are charged with managing geological hazards within their district. Blackhawk GHAD and Canyon Lakes GHAD are located in the San Francisco Bay Area. They manage risk related to property damage from geologic hazards such as landslides, which is high given the hilly terrain and wet winters in the area. The GHADs frequently receive reports about these hazards from homeowners and other stakeholders and...