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SK LMIS for Lithuania
Contents • About SK C&C • About SK-LMIS • Technical Structure • The Future of LMIS
About SK C&C
Corporate Overview About SK C&C SK Group is the third largest business group in Korea with 30, 000 employees worldwide. Our group’s strong business are represented in 3 major industries, namely Telecommunication, Energy Chemicals and Finance. SK C&C is included in telecommunication sector providing Total IT Service to all of our sister companies as well as to other major institutions and corporations outside of the group. SK Group Telecommunication Energy/Chemical SK TELECOM CO. , LTD. SK CORPORATION LTD. SK SECURITIES CO. , LTD. SK Networks CO. , LTD. SK TELETECH CO. , LTD. SK-ENRON CO. LTD. SK INVESTMENT TRUST MANAGEMENT CO. LTD. SK ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION CO. , LTD. SK TELINK CO. , LTD. SK GAS CO. LTD. SK LIFE INSURANCE CO. , LTD. SHERATON WALKER HILL SK C&C CO. , LTD. SK CHEMICALS CO. , LTD. SK TELESYS CO. , LTD. SKC CO. LTD. SK PHARMA. CO. , LTD. Finance Sector Other Major SK SHIPPING CO. , LTD.
Corporate Overview About SK C&C Vision SK C&C’s vision is to become a Total IT service provider that leads customers to innovative solutions with world-class experts and technical capabilities Profile Established § April, 1991 Employees § 2, 074 People (March, 2005) Annual Revenue § US$ 1, 003 Million (2005) Service Industries § Telecommunications § Energy/Services § Public Sector § Logistics § Financial Business Domain § IT Outsourcing/System Management § System Integration § e-Service § Venture Incubation
Corporate Overview e-Government Outsourcing Consulting/ Knowledge Biz m e-Government/e-City Master Planning m GIS/LMIS(Land Management) m Facility Management System m Urban/Rural Area Information System m Emergency System(Police, Fire. . ) m Transport. Environment, Telematics. . . m Automated Ballot Counting Machine m Information Service Assist. Center m Data Center m Network Operation Center m Disaster Recovery Service Center m ISP, IT Consulting, ADM m ASP / BPO m ERP/Data Warehousing m IT Strategy Consulting m EA(Enterprise Architecture) m EIP m CRM(CTI, Call Center) m Groupware About SK C&C Telecom Biz. m Network Management Solution m Data Portal m VPN m Networking(LAN, WAN, Mobile) m Customer Care & Billing Solution m Value Added Services(LBS etc. ) Energy /Services m Oil & Gas (SCADA, DCS, FMS, SCM, POS, TLG…) m Electricity (SCADA, DAS, AMR, Monitoring…) m Services (Logistics, GPS, Navigation. . . ) Finance m IBPS / RTGS m Core Banking System m Security Automation System m Insurance Automation System m Banking Equipments
Corporate Overview About SK C&C Resources - Facilities Distributed in multiple locations for enhanced security, delivering the highest reliability and availability through state-of-the-art technology n Command Control Center n n Remote monitoring 24 x 7 for any sign of disaster Automated routing to backup facilities n Bundang SK IDC Open since 2001 n 877 m 2 n Seoul Bundang n Network Operation Center n n n Daejeon n Daeduk 2 nd Data Center n Open since 1999 n 2, 475 m 2 n Daeduk main Data Center n Open since 2001 n 14, 520 m 2 Covers major cities both at home and abroad Guarantee stable and uninterrupted network operation at all times Borame Backup Center n Open since 1995 n 1, 683 m 2
LMIS/GIS Project Experiences About SK C&C Duration Project Name Client 2003. 08~ Nat’l Land Info Network 2003(LMIS 2003) MOCT 2001. 06~2003. 06 LMIS 2001 Project(LMIS 2001) MOCT 2001. 10~2002. 06 Suwon Road/Sewage Mgm’t Sys & Map Development Suwon City 2001. 09~2002. 06 Kangnam Dist. Office Info. System(STAR project) Kangnam District 2001. 06~2002. 06 Suwon Water Service Underground Facility Map Project Phase 2 MOCT 2000. 08~2001. 11 LMIS 2000 Expansion Implementation Consulting(LMIS 2000) MOCT 2000. 07~2001. 03 Industrial Location Info. System 2000 Expansion MOCT 2000. 07~2001. 07 Suwon Water Service Underground Facility Map Project Phase 1 Suwon City 1999. 09~2000. 12 LMIS Implementation 1999 (II)((LMIS 1999) MOCT 1999. 08~2000. 10 Chunju City Water Service Underground Facility Electronic Map Development Project Phase 2 Chunju City 1999. 07~1999. 12 Industrial Location Info. System Development MOCT 1999. 06~2000. 02 Suwon Water Service Underground Facility Map Project Suwon City 1998. 12~1999. 08 Chunju City Water Service Underground Facility Electronic Map Development Project Phase 1 Chunju City 1998. 04~1998. 12 LMIS Development Pilot Project(LMIS 1998) MOCT
References of LMIS About SK C&C Contents # of Manpower • 60(Sales & Marketing 5, SW Engineer 55) Major Projects Implemented • Private Sector - Facility Management System Implementation of 6 LPG Companies in Korea(1995~) - Integrated GIS Implementation(1997~1998) • Public Sector - 1 st~6 th LMIS of MOCT(1998~ ) - Industrial Location Info. System(1999~2001) - UIS of Suwon, Jeonju and Kangnam City(1998~2003) • GIS Experiences & Domain Knowledge(Public, Private) Core Competencies Area Targeted • Have Core Solutions(LBS, GIS Middleware, 3 D GIS, Info. Replicator) • CBD Tool by segment • Automated Mapping Technology • Facility Mgt, Environment, UIS, Rural-area GIS, Land Mgt Info. System, Location Based System, g. CRM etc.
References of LMIS Enterprise GIS Auto Mapping LBS & MOBILE About SK C&C GIS Middleware 3 D Web. GIS Telematics SKC&C GIS Desktop GIS
Enterprise GIS Technologies About SK C&C Contents Solution Name Operation Environment Core Function Area Targeted • GIS Middleware based on Open. GIS SFCORBA(Simple Feature for CORBA) 1. 1 Spec • Multi-Hardware Platform - HP/ SUN/ IBM /WINNT • Multi-CORBA Platform - Borland’s Visibroker 3. x, Tmax Soft’s Torus • Multi- GIS Server - ESRI’s Arc. SDE 8. x - ZEUS(Uni. SQL based GIS Server) and Others • • 2 D/3 D map Service, Distributed Spatial Data Transaction Spatial Analysis using Distributed computing Routing Among GIS middleware Load Balancing, Fault tolerance, Totally System Monitoring & management included H/W, S/W, GIS middleware, Server-side application • Real-time Distributed Spatial Data Synchronization & Replication • Enterprise GIS • Land Mgt Info. System, ITS, Telecommunication, Location Based System, etc.
Enterprise GIS Technologies About SK C&C Contents Solution Name Operation Environment • Total Web GIS Servers based on Open. GIS’s OWS(Open Web Service) Architecture • Features - WFS(Web Feature Server) : 2 D/3 D GML, Mobile Map Services - WMS(Web Map Server) : Multimedia Data and map • Multi-Hardware Platform - HP/SUN/WINNT • Multi- GIS DB Server - ESRI’s Arc. SDE 8. x and Others • 2 D/3 D map Service using GML and internal data format Core Function • Spatial Data Transaction through on the web • Directory and registry service • Switching and delegation service • Load balancing, Fault tolerance Area Targeted • Enterprise GIS • Land Mgt Info. System, Telecommunication, Location Based System, etc.
Desktop & Mobile GIS Technologies About SK C&C Contents Solutions Operation Environment Core Function Area Targeted • Auto Mapping System • Features - Map Adjust and Rubber Sheeting Algorithms for LMIS - Map Editing & Handling - Multi-DB Source Connection ex. ) ESRI’s Arc. SDE or LMIS GIS middleware • Platform - Autodesk’s Autocad/Autocad Map - C/C++ Component Support for other Map Applications • Validation of spatial DB integrity by each steps • Map Adjust Algorithms to enhance spatial relationships for LMIS data • Coordinate Conversion, Transform and Rubber-Sheeting • Mapping & Survey • Facilities , Land Mgt Info. System
About SK-LMIS (Case Study : Korean e-Government)
Objectives About SK-LMIS What necessitated LMIS Project ? Paperless e-Government Computerization Map Management Aerial Survey Cadastral Survey Topographic Map + Cadastral Map + Land Development Zoning Map Administration Public Services v Land Use Regulation v Land Usage Certificate Issuing v Land Development Fee v Land Value Public Posting v Land Value Assessment v Speculation Prevention v Land Trading Trace v Public Land Dev. Projects v Real Estate Agent Register & Management v Real Estate Information v Land Property Tax v. Building Permit v Over 80% of public administration work is related to map & location information
Project Drivers About SK-LMIS Project Participants • Head Supervisor • Output Evaluation • Construction & Transportation Policy Creation MOCT ※ KRIHS ※ Government Research Institutes KLC ※ Development Management • Laws & Regulations Study • Standardization Study • Supervisor of Local Gov. ’s Project • Data Accuracy Validation • Local System Operation Local Government SK C&C 7 Metropolitan Cities and 9 Provinces • Data Accuracy Validation • Municipal’s System Operation Municipal 232 Towns, Districts and Counties System Auditor System Integration Contractor • DB Implementation • S/W Development • System Installation & Training ※ MOCT : Ministry of Construction & Transportation KRISH : Korea Research Institute for Human Settlement KLC : Korea Land Corporation
Project Initiative About SK-LMIS Project Launching Scheme v Initiative by Government(Planning and managing by MOCT) - Government selects target provinces and sets budget accordingly. v Financing(State : Local = 50: 50 Matching Fund ) - State’s Role : S/W Development & Delivery, DB Building, User Training Group - Local government’s Role: H/W, N/W Deployment, DBMS, Implementation, Cadastral Map Vectoring v Benefit of This Method - State needs to maintain only the standardized copy. - Cost saving by local governments : High reusability of computer resource
Role Assigned DBMS(Oracle) DB Server UNIX Server Application Server About SK-LMIS Topographic Cont/Edited Cadastral Map DB DB Spatial DBM S/W Cadastral Map Middleware S/W Land use zoning DB NT Server - Land transaction Spatial DB Editing S/W Client Land Admin PC HW SW - Land acquisition by foreigners - Real estate agents - Assessed land value - Return on development collection - Land use zoning management - Statistical processing Application Legal/Regulatory Reorganization, Standardization DB Implementation guideline, etc. State Budget Local Govern’t Budget DB
Implementation Cost Installation/Training 15% DB Implementation 44% About SK-LMIS S/W 35% Development 6% ■ Project Cost from 1998~2003 - Total Cost : Approx. USD 50 M ■ H/W & DBMS were procured by local governments themselves outside of LMIS budget. - Deployment underway at 154 local governments amongst 248 - Total procurement cost : Approx. USD 46 M (Approx. USD 300, 000 per local government)
History About SK-LMIS Present Status 7 Years 1998 1999 2000 2001 : 12 : 55 : 46 2002 : 29 2003 : 30 2004 : (Planning) 8 Local Gov. 165 Municipals 3 Years 8 Local Gov. 63 Municipals ~ 2007 • National Area : 99, 461 ㎢ • Topographic Map : 29, 329 Sheets • Cadastral Map : : 744, 529 Sheets • Zoning Map : 325, 431 Sheets
Issues About SK-LMIS Hindrance Issues A lack of ~ v Budget ? v Technology Competency? v Infra Structure? v Mindset ? Remedy q Map Data Ownership ※ - Cadastral Map (MOGAHA) - Topographic Map (MOCT) - Zoning Map (MOCT, …. . ) Draw Consensus amongst players q Data Inconsistency - Contiguous Maps do not match - Land Usage Discrepancy Enactment of new laws q Heightened Needs of Data Sharing Increased - New & United Methodology and Procedure Required - Integration and Interfacing of Disparate System Nation-wide Standardization ※ MOGAHA : Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs
Quantitative Effects About SK-LMIS Effects realized and expected ROI = 4. 3 v Real Time Data Collection & Analysis v Timely Land Policy Making Real Estate Speculation Prevention v Scientific Land Usage Planning State Land Supply & Demand Policy Urban Sprawl Prevention α v Saving in administration cost v Saving Opportunity Cost Duplicate System Development Cost v System Integration Effect Real Time Data Sharing IT Resource Reuse ESSD(Environment Sound & Sustainable Dev. ) US$ 583 M Municipal 98 M Public Service v Document Reduction v Remote Service v Simplification of Workflow v Provide Legal knowledge ※α : not yet quantified
Qualitative Effects About SK-LMIS Output v Integrated Local and Municipal GIS - Unique Integrated GIS Map Management System - Put a stop on redundant tries by local & municipal governments. v Base System for Local and Municipal Governments. - Local and municipal government can build add-on functionalities specific to theirs such as tourism, environment, urban planning, expert system of development location, on the base system. v Overwhelming Satisfaction of Citizens - Citizen no longer have to visit distant offices where property in question is located. They now can access their property information through any near by offices or through Internet, mobile network and other remote services.
Vision About SK-LMIS Future Vision v Core System of e-Government - Building Permit, Land Registration System Integration with LMIS. - Disaster Recovery, Emergency, Transportation Planning System, Map Data Service etc. v Supporting Private Sector - Needs of Map Data increased in private sector recently. (CNS, LBS etc. ) - Improve GIS Technology of Private Sector by making map data publicly available. v From One-Stop Service To “Non-Stop” Service(“No-need-to-stop-by”) - 24 -hour Information Service from any where. - Ultimately, eliminate window(counter)-based service by making data available to all linkable external systems.
Database Implementation -Process- Technical Structure
Database Implementation - Topographic & Cadastre Map Single Continuous Scale 1: 500 Scale 1: 6000 Scale 1: 1200 0 0. 05 Technical Structure 0. 15 Kilometer s Transformed
Database Implementation -Land Use Map- Technical Structure Cadastre Zoning A green zone 일반주거지역 보건위생 도시공간 A residential area A semi-residential area 유통및공급 A general business area A center of commerce 근린상업지역 A vicinity of commerce A general industrial area A semi- industrial area 일반상업지역 Districts Transportation City space 교통운수 Logistics Public, Culture, Welfare Disaster recovery Health, Hygiene 자연녹지지역 공공문화복지 일반공업지역
Database Implementation 1. Work Scope -Work Scope. Related Systems 연계 시스템 Land Transaction Trend Land Price Fluctuation Data Land Registry Resident Data Public Service Applicants MOCT Land Policy DB Gov’t Entities Decision Making 시스템 건교부 토지정책 수립System of 토지정책수립지원 시스템 Land Policy Technical Structure Public service system Local Gov , t Spatial Planning System Land Policy DB Hi-Speed National backbone Public comm. N/W (Internet) Land DB Municipal Land Transaction Land Dev. Fee Real Estate Agents Assessed Land Value Land Use Zoning Foreigner-Owned Land
System Development -Issues- Technical Structure • System Integration : Various System Environment and Other Systems • Network : LAN/WAN, Security • Distributing System : Middleware Development • Civil Affair Service : Expert System (Law) • Land Policy Support System : Data Warehousing • System Maintenance : Job changes according to Law
System Development -Conceptual Framework. GIS Client Land Policy MOCT Technical Structure DBMS DB DW OLAP Land Statistics DBMS Server W/S DB DB Server W/S Server GIS DB Regional Gov. DB GIS Server Regional Gov. Server App. Server W/S DB DBMS Server GIS Server W/S Server Application Server Client Local Gov. MIS Client GIS Client Application (Visual Tools) AM Client Spatial Data Editing • Distributed Computing • OGIS • Component GIS
System Development -Logical Framework. DBMS DB DW GIS DB DBMS Server Technical Structure GIS Server DBMS DB DW MOCT TP Monitor OLAP SDSS Client Land Statistics Land Policy W/S DB DB Server W/S Server Common Component Native Component Land Statistics Land Policy GIS DB Native Component Common Component Spatial Data Editing W/S DB DBMS Server Regional Gov. AM Client SDSS Client OLAP GIS Server App. Server GIS Server DBMS Server GIS Server W/S Server Native Component TP Monitor Client Local Gov. MIS Client GIS Client Application (Visual Tools) AM Client Spatial Data Editing • Distributed Computing • OGIS • Component GIS
System Configuration Technical Structure Related System MOCT Land Information Land Policy and Planning Urban Planning Information Sharing Land Policy DB People Tax Registry Building Local Gov. Regional Gov. Land Information 254 -2 254 -4 254 -1 254 -3 Thematic Land Policy DB Topographic Law Road New Address Business 119 Emergency Environment Land Administration Land Civil Service Internet Service Water/Sewage Fax, ARS Service KIOSK Computerization Spatial Data Mngr. Spatial Data Sharing
Issues Future Progress q Information Technologies - Up-to-date Information Technology (Satellite, GPS, Aerial Photography etc. ) : Land Administration and Management, Urban Planning, Environment, Forest, Emergency Control etc. - Telecommunication & Mobile q Standardization - Internet Standard acceleration(OGC, NGIS) : Front-end central system( internet) vs. Back-end central system : 3 D Spatial Data Base Implementation q Public Services - System interoperability, also Information Interoperability : advanced architecture - Public service between associated institutions : one stop LMIS Portal - Local gov. <-> Regional gov. <-> State gov. : Public Service
Architecture Future Progress Metropolitan City, District Web Based Architecture Administrative Service GIS One-stop Portal Policy Reuse National IT Infra Affairs Electronic Land Standardization Policy Link with Other System Central Administration Associated Institutions
Information Infrastructure Future Progress Regional, Urban Planning Building Water/Sewage Thematic Map Civil Service Topographic/Cadastral Map Thematic Map Cadastral Map New Address LMIS Emergency Topographic Map Cadastral Map Topographic/Thematic Topographic Map Environment/Forest Transportation
Integrated Public Services BAMS Building DB Future Progress LMIS Land Use Land Price DB LAIIS Local Gov. Adm. DB Local Gov. Internet Integrated Civil Service System Fax ARS 민원신청 Request Permit One Stop Service KIOSK