FME UC 2006 Opening Session

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Published on June 15, 2007

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Slide1:  Sep. 21-22, 2006 v FME Worldwide User Conference - Vancouver Exploring the Possibilities Exploring the Possibilities:  Exploring the Possibilities Exploring the Possibilities:  Exploring the Possibilities Exploring the Possibilities:  Exploring the Possibilities Exploring the Possibilities:  Exploring the Possibilities Exploring the Possibilities:  Exploring the Possibilities Exploring the Possibilities:  Exploring the Possibilities Exploring the Possibilities:  Exploring the Possibilities Exploring the Possibilities:  Exploring the Possibilities Why Meet?:  Why Meet? We can share experiences and ideas More about Workbench More about mapping files More about future development plans We can learn how you use FME What features we should add. What functionality we should improve. How we can be better than we are now. Why Meet?:  Why Meet? Find out about Safe products and future directions: FME SpatialDirect Get to know each other better Explore the Possibilities! Have fun! Plenary:  Plenary Safe Software History Spatial ETL FME User Community What’s New in FME 2006 GB About Safe:  About Safe A Brief History of Safe:  A Brief History of Safe Looking Back:  Looking Back Looking Back:  Looking Back Looking Back:  Looking Back Timeline:  Timeline 1993: Safe Software founded Translation technology to/from SAIF format commenced All revenue from training and consulting. No product. 1995: First non-founder staff hired Product in development All revenue still from training and consulting 1996: First FME Released. 10% of revenue now from product Timeline:  Timeline 1997: FME 2.0 Released Revenue from product surpasses consulting for first time First office! 1998: FME 2.1/2.2 Released Consulting revenue as a percentage falls to less than 25% Grandfather to SpatialDirect deployed at PanCanadian (MapWiz) First FME Server deployment Bellsouth Second office! 1999: Workbench / FME Objects Technology Workbench Preview introduced with FME 2.3a FME Objects debuts with FME Viewer as first sample app SpatialDirect released Third office! Timeline:  Timeline 2000: FME 2000 Released Application extender work commenced FME Objects/SpatialDirect released in Beta Development Office opened 2001 FME 2002 introduced First FME Objects OEM deals signed FME 2001 Missing in Action! Timeline:  Timeline 2002: Workbench Initial Vision Realized FME Enabled apps built using FME Objects Infrastructure Upgraded: CRM (Pivotal) Support (RT) tracking systems FME 2003 Released Training center expansion Timeline:  Timeline 2003: FME 2003 X2 and FME 2004 released Custom Formats added FME Objects grows to about 10% of revenue Consulting falls to less than 10% of revenue Timeline:  Timeline 2004: Raster Technology Preview FME 2004 and FME 2004 ICE3 # of Formats passes 150! Autodesk Map 2005 3D First FME Enabled app from major GIS vendor ArcGIS 9.0 Data Interoperability Extension Second FME-Enabled app from major GIS vendor Most extensive OEM deal to date ArcIMS 9.0 Data Delivery Extension OEM deal licensing SpatialDirect technology Timeline:  Timeline 2005: FME 2005 Released Arrival of Compound Transformers and Bookmarks Prototypes of FME Integration with ETL tools 2006: FME 2006 and FME 200GB GML 3.1.1, GML SF Level 0 Profile, KML, EDIGEO format Python now supported for scripting Rich Geometry Model Custom Transformers Published parameters, shared directories FME FormatsOver Time:  FME Formats Over Time FME Code SizeOver Time:  FME Code Size Over Time The Safe Team(circa March 2005):  The Safe Team (circa March 2005) Fun At Safe Software:  Fun At Safe Software Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun FME 2006 GB Unmasked:  FME 2006 GB Unmasked 'In the current release of FME we are compiling with the 3 gigabyte (GB) address space switch which gives FME an extra 1 GB of address space. This will be a boon for many of our larger users who are likely to go bananas with this extra memory at their disposal.' Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun Splash Screen Fun:  Splash Screen Fun FME Art Fun:  FME Art Fun Movement started in Sweden by the famous Ulf Månsson Make a workspace, predict what it will generate FME Art Gallery online at: www.fmepedia.com FME Art Fun: The Original Månsson:  FME Art Fun: The Original Månsson FME Art Fun: The Månsson Variations:  FME Art Fun: The Månsson Variations FME Art Fun: The Månsson Variations:  FME Art Fun: The Månsson Variations FME Art Fun: The Cubist Månsson:  FME Art Fun: The Cubist Månsson FME Art Fun: The Cubist Månsson:  FME Art Fun: The Cubist Månsson FME Art Fun: The Modern Månsson:  FME Art Fun: The Modern Månsson FME Art Fun: The Modern Månsson:  FME Art Fun: The Modern Månsson FME Art Fun: Habarta Style Art:  FME Art Fun: Habarta Style Art The Power of Looping! FME Mapping File Art: Laulund:  FME Mapping File Art: Laulund FME Art Fun: Iconized Workspaces:  FME Art Fun: Iconized Workspaces Slide53:  Mission Statement We are committed to becoming the predominant global supplier of innovative spatial data interoperability solutions by continuing to deliver excellent service, excellent products and excellent value to our customers and partners. Or Data is a headache. We help people move, access, restructure, integrate, make use of, … data! IT IS ALL ABOUT THE DATA! Sales By Region:  Sales By Region Evaluation & Purchases:  Evaluation andamp; Purchases Who uses our technology?:  Who uses our technology? Autodesk Licenses technology for their Mapping products ESRI Data Interoperability Extension is our technology rebranded. Licenses our GML SF technology and WFS client technology. General Electric Smallworld Resells our technology as gateway to their GIS IBM FME supports IBM DB2 Spatial Integration with IBM/Ascential technology in development. Who uses our technology?:  Who uses our technology? Informatica We have developed extension to their ETL solution Intergraph Licenses FME technology for its GTechnology product MapInfo Licenses technology for MapInfo professional Microsoft Licenses technology for MapPoint Services Integration with SQLServer Integration Services (SSIS). Oracle Used by consultants and users. What is Interoperability?:  What is Interoperability? It isn’t just about format! What is Interoperability?:  What is Interoperability? 220 V AC 220 V ~ 110 V CONVERTER Spatial ETL:  Spatial ETL ETL stands for Extract, Transform and Load. technology that enables organizations to move data from multiple sources, reformat and/or cleanse it, and load it into other database(s), a data mart or a data warehouse for analysis, or on another operational system to support a business process. Spatial ETL is an ETL tool with a spatial focus. Spatial ETL not = changing formats:  Spatial ETL not = changing formats Shape -andgt; Shape AutoCAD -andgt; AutoCAD DGN-andgt;DGN GML-GML Value of Spatial ETL:  Value of Spatial ETL Decisions rely on users getting access to data. Data is scattered all over the world in a myriad of formats, projections, and a variable state of health. Historically Decision Support has not worked with Location Data. location data was collected primarily for map production. location data now collected for analysis and other intelligent applications. Spatial ETL is about getting the data from where it is to where it needs to be. It is not a data creation tool (GIS is for this) It is not a reporting tool. Spatial ETL:  Spatial ETL Spatial ETL Functional Areas:  Spatial ETL Functional Areas Spatial ETL Inspect:  Inspect Must be able to inspect data before, after, and during transformation process. Cleanse:  Cleanse Use Spatial ETL to identify errors and to assist cleanup/fixing the errors. Transform:  Transform Data restructuring both in terms of attribution and geometry is key! Federate:  Federate Must be able to access data where it is and share as federated(unified) dataview. Can’t require data to be copied to one datastore. What is Safe’s Role:  What is Safe’s Role Major GIS vendors currently license our Spatial ETL technology. Autodesk, ESRI, Intergraph, MapInfo, …. Safe is the leading vendor in the Spatial ETL market. Traditional ETL/BI vendors can also benefit Databases now support spatial natively. IBM DB2/Informix, Oracle, MySQL, PostGIS, … Spatial ETL is complimentary to ETL IBM, Informatica, Microsoft, Oracle, … are more powerful with spatial capabilities in their ETL offerings. Business/Location Intelligence Decision-making benefits from incorporation of location information. Safe Software is the company that focuses on bringing spatial data to all applications. What does Safe Software Do?:  What does Safe Software Do? Quick Translation Move data easily from one system to another. Data Transformation Complete control of data restructuring. Graphical environment for data restructuring. Data Integration/Aggregation/Mashups Share data across boundaries. Software boundaries Across the MIS and GIS divide. With Other Organizations Product Integration Make our technology available to users in other environments Access data in any tool using our technology Safe’s goal is to give users access to Spatial ETL technology within the application of their choice! How do Safe’s Products Work?:  How do Safe’s Products Work? Data in Format 1 Data in Format 2 Translation and Transformation Data in Format 1 Data in Format 2 Thin Pipe Translation from 1 to 2 Product Overview:  Product Overview FME SpatialDirect ArcGIS Data Interoperability Extension Application Integrations Professional Services FME is aData Hub:  FME is a Data Hub FME Components:  FME Components FME Overview:  FME Overview Over 160 spatial formats and databases. Over 215 transformers. Support for Vector and Raster Available on Windows, Linux, Solaris, MacOS X, HPUX, AIX, … What Does FME Provide?:  What Does FME Provide? Quick Translation FME Universal Translator FME Command Line GENTRANS Data Transformation Workbench Mapping Files Data Inspection FME Universal Viewer Application Integration ArcGIS, Map3D, GeoMedia, SSIS, MapGuide, … Transformers and Coordinate Systems:  Transformers and Coordinate Systems Data Transformation(FME Workbench):  Data Transformation (FME Workbench) Workbench is used to author a data transformation script. Script is called FME Workspace Workbench Script Deployment Model:  Workbench Script Deployment Model Author using Workbench (Windows) Solaris, HP-UX, IBM AIX Linux, Mac OS X Windows desktop, Windows Server Run on any supported platform SpatialDirect:  SpatialDirect SpatialDirect Features:  SpatialDirect Features Clip, zip, and ship centrally stored data Integrates with major Web mapping solutions Easy to integrate it thru HTTP interface Reads/Writes FME-supported formats/coord systems Reads data from multiple sources, coord systems Now with Raster! Slide82:  FME SpatialDirect Architecture FME Spatial ETL Server FME Integrations:  FME Integrations Autodesk Map 3D Autodesk MapGuide ESRI ArcGIS GE Smallworld Geoconcept Informatica Intergraph GeoMedia MapInfo Professional Microsoft MapPoint Microsoft SSIS ArcGIS Data Interoperability Extension:  ArcGIS Data Interoperability Extension Professional Services:  Professional Services Project Implementation Solve interoperability problems using our technology Provide consulting services to end users and systems integration companies. Focused strictly on FME technology Solutions Assistance Hourly assistance available. Knowledge transfer to client staff. Training Both on-site and open enrollment courses. FME User Community:  FME User Community A Wiki for FME users Complements the FME Mailing List Fantastic overall FME resource Evolving What’s Great list Custom Transformer Library Format Information FME Art Gallery www.fmepedia.com FME 2006 GBCore Technology:  FME 2006 GB Core Technology Large Address Aware 32 Bit Application 3 GigaBytes now available on 32 bit Windows. 4 GigaBytes now available on 64 bit Windows. Many enhancements to Workbench Raster support Viewer now supports raster FME 2007 to feature drastic upgrade. Product Update:  Product Update Feature Manipulation Engine FME 2006 GBCore Technology:  FME 2006 GB Core Technology New formats ADO (Excel, SQL Server, Access) MapGuide SDF 3 OGC GML SF Profile SEG-Y (extra cost) Improvements to existing formats AutoCAD, S-57, Geodatabase, Design Files, KML, … Protection of Workspaces and Mapping Files Can now protect workspaces/mapping files so they can’t be opened in workbench without an unlock code Workbench -- Counts:  Workbench -- Counts Feature counts through links are now optionally displayed after each run Workbench -- Looping:  Workbench -- Looping Custom Transformers now support looping Workbench -- Toolbar:  Workbench -- Toolbar Toolbar now customizable Transformers can be added! New Geometry Model:  New Geometry Model Backward compatible with old model Old geometry is in fact a type of new geometry. existing formats/transformers work as before. Formats upgraded as needed to support new geometry ESRI Geodatabase, FF, GML, CAD, Oracle, ... Hot Factories are being upgraded FME 2007 will use this extensively. New Geometry Model:  New Geometry Model MRF Clean:  MRF Clean Adds powerful cleaning facilities to FME CAD-andgt;GIS migrations benefit Data integration efforts benefit MRF Geosystems created an extra cost factory/transformer Pricing is $2000 US per seat Floating license pricing is also available Initially a 2D cleaner 3d to follow MRF Clean Parameters:  MRF Clean Parameters Many levers available to control operation Experimentation will be necessary With great power comes great responsibility Multi-level tolerance Rich Geometry support Thank You:  Thank You Thank you for coming to the conference. Please make use of all of the Safe staff. We look forward to sharing these next couple of days with you. Break:  Break

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