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  • Who We Are APFO is the primary source of aerial imagery for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. APFO is the primary source of aerial imagery for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Data Stewards for NAIP, and historical aerial photography collected for USDA dating back to 1955. Data Stewards for NAIP, and historical aerial photography collected for USDA dating back to 1955.
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  • Who We Support USDA USDA FSA - Compliance and Ortho ImageryFSA - Compliance and Ortho Imagery NRCS ConservationNRCS Conservation USFS Resource ManagementUSFS Resource Management Federal, State and Local Governments Federal, State and Local Governments Land Management AgenciesLand Management Agencies Emergency Management and ResponseEmergency Management and Response Commercial Commercial PlanningPlanning LitigationLitigation EnvironmentalEnvironmental DevelopmentDevelopment
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  • How we support Provide data warehousing and archive capabilities for USDA. Provide data warehousing and archive capabilities for USDA. Support the implementation and use of GIS in service Centers by acquiring imagery and delivering in a format that is ready to use. Support the implementation and use of GIS in service Centers by acquiring imagery and delivering in a format that is ready to use. Provide contracting services to acquire geospatial data sets. Provide contracting services to acquire geospatial data sets.
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  • Data Acquisition and Integration USDA acquires and integrates data sets for one purpose. USDA acquires and integrates data sets for one purpose. To support access and delivery of these data sets for use in meeting the agencies program mission.To support access and delivery of these data sets for use in meeting the agencies program mission.
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  • Data distribution is A means to quickly and efficiently deliver data to our customers A means to quickly and efficiently deliver data to our customers Accomplished thru: Accomplished thru: Media delivery (CD, DVD, Portable Hard Drive) Media delivery (CD, DVD, Portable Hard Drive) Web based applications and services Web based applications and services FTP FTP APFO Sales Department APFO Sales Department
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  • Distribution Technologies Geospatial Data Warehouse Geospatial Data Warehouse Accurate basemaps for the USDAAccurate basemaps for the USDA ArcIMS web servicesArcIMS web services APFO Data Provisioning System APFO Data Provisioning System Sales Order ProcessingSales Order Processing Ad-Hoc on demand productsAd-Hoc on demand products Geospatial Data Gateway Geospatial Data Gateway Pre defined products; CCMs and CLUsPre defined products; CCMs and CLUs Geospatial One-Stop Geospatial One-Stop Searchable MetadataSearchable Metadata Access to ArcIMS web servicesAccess to ArcIMS web services
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  • Business Processes Flight Planning Flight Planning NAIP Contract NAIP Contract Receive and archive Products Receive and archive Products Product Inspection Process Product Inspection Process Products released for distribution Products released for distribution Archive NAIP Products to GDW Archive NAIP Products to GDW Catalog NAIP Products to APFO DPS Catalog NAIP Products to APFO DPS Load 1 meter Products in SDE Load 1 meter Products in SDE
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  • Data Access and Delivery Access and delivery of geospatial data to service center offices, internal, and external customers in support of business needs encompasses four major ideas: Access and delivery of geospatial data to service center offices, internal, and external customers in support of business needs encompasses four major ideas: Data warehousingData warehousing Data selectionData selection PackagingPackaging DeliveryDelivery
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  • Data Warehousing USDA Implemented Geospatial Data Warehouse (GDW) as part of the Service Center Modernization Initiative. USDA Implemented Geospatial Data Warehouse (GDW) as part of the Service Center Modernization Initiative. To facilitate archive storage, data access, browsing, retrieval, and use of GIS data.To facilitate archive storage, data access, browsing, retrieval, and use of GIS data.
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  • Data Selection APFO Data Provisioning System (DPS) APFO Data Provisioning System (DPS) Geospatial Data Gateway (GDG) Geospatial Data Gateway (GDG) Geospatial One-Stop Geospatial One-Stop Provide an intuitive web based searching method.Provide an intuitive web based searching method. Users can find and select data by entering a county name, a place, or use an online mapping tool.Users can find and select data by entering a county name, a place, or use an online mapping tool.
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  • Packaging APFO Data Provisioning System APFO Data Provisioning System Based on application needs users can specify how the image, vector, or tabular data is to be formatted or re- projected.Based on application needs users can specify how the image, vector, or tabular data is to be formatted or re- projected. Create custom data sets for specific applications.Create custom data sets for specific applications.
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  • Delivery APFO Data Provisioning System APFO Data Provisioning System Depending on the telecommunications capabilities and urgency of the data request, users may select ftp downloading or select to have media delivery.Depending on the telecommunications capabilities and urgency of the data request, users may select ftp downloading or select to have media delivery. Media DeliveryMedia Delivery CD/DVD CD/DVD USB hard drive USB hard drive OnCoarse delivery from GDW OnCoarse delivery from GDW
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  • Geospatial Data Warehouse
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  • Data Management Team Recommendations Establish on-line data warehouses at Data Acquisition and Integration Centers (APFO & NCGC). Centers serve as the certified source for data dissemination and on-line applications. Centers are responsible for acquisition, integration, storage, archival, maintenance, and dissemination of geospatial data. Establish on-line data warehouses at Data Acquisition and Integration Centers (APFO & NCGC). Centers serve as the certified source for data dissemination and on-line applications. Centers are responsible for acquisition, integration, storage, archival, maintenance, and dissemination of geospatial data. Establish a common Internet Portal as a one- stop-shopping service for geospatial data. The distributed nature of the data appears seamless to users by linking the warehouses through a common Internet portal that provides one-stop- shopping services. Establish a common Internet Portal as a one- stop-shopping service for geospatial data. The distributed nature of the data appears seamless to users by linking the warehouses through a common Internet portal that provides one-stop- shopping services.
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  • Infrastructure Geospatial Data Warehouse Geospatial Data Warehouse Massive data storage architectureMassive data storage architecture More than a Petabyte capacity More than a Petabyte capacity Servers, storage and software to support CLU and NAIP basemappingServers, storage and software to support CLU and NAIP basemapping Data provisioning capability Data provisioning capability On demand capability to create and deliver custom geospatial data productsOn demand capability to create and deliver custom geospatial data products Integrated large volume RIMAGE CC/DVD burnersIntegrated large volume RIMAGE CC/DVD burners Integrated media servers for very large image deliveryIntegrated media servers for very large image delivery Network bandwidth and infrastructure to support the USDA requirements Network bandwidth and infrastructure to support the USDA requirements Evaluation of new data management and delivery technologies Evaluation of new data management and delivery technologies
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  • Business Requirements for the GDW: Support Service Center Agencies Support Service Center Agencies Authoritative Source for SCA Geospatial DataAuthoritative Source for SCA Geospatial Data MDOQ/DOQ Ortho Base imagery MDOQ/DOQ Ortho Base imagery NAIP Imagery NAIP Imagery Common Land Unit Common Land Unit Administration and Political Boundaries & Master Reference Themes Administration and Political Boundaries & Master Reference Themes Custom Delivery of the dataCustom Delivery of the data Provide Web Services for integration into desktop and web applicationsProvide Web Services for integration into desktop and web applications Support Cost Share Partners Support Cost Share Partners Volume DeliveryVolume Delivery Support Federal Mandates Support Federal Mandates Data is in Public DomainData is in Public Domain FGDC Geospatial One-StopFGDC Geospatial One-Stop eGoveGov GOSGOS
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  • What the GDW Provides: Web service access to national MDOQ and NAIP imagery for SCA offices Web service access to national MDOQ and NAIP imagery for SCA offices Support for a national CLU layer for FSA via replication of the CLU from the field service centers Support for a national CLU layer for FSA via replication of the CLU from the field service centers APFO in-house NAIP inspection process APFO in-house NAIP inspection process APFO Sales Branch data distribution via APFO Data Provisioning System APFO Sales Branch data distribution via APFO Data Provisioning System
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  • How the GDW Supports FSA Farm Programs Base information for maintaining CLU boundaries and farm records Base information for maintaining CLU boundaries and farm r