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1Spatial - Bridging the GAP between DOT and NG911 - Shared screen with speaker view
A NexGen911 network is simply an LRM that rides on top of a “single centerline” LRS. The LRM includes the data schema and geometry [segmentation] that are necessary for those business rules. The same is true for local government road networks. If the state maintains a statewide LRS [which it is already doing for FHWA], a single LRS can provide the integration point and the NexGen911 LRMs can be moved to a “federal” level. This works because the LRM can be managed as an event on the LRS and used, as a standalone Polyline_m Feature Class, by anyone, in any GIS format.
Bridget Nolan
Gerry asked: How successful is your software at change detection if the locals and DOTs are not using a common centerline and common business rules?
They are different LRMs! These are just models of reality, not reality itself.
J Sewash (VA)
Can rejected edits be returned to the data provider, or stored as a reject-history layer? Unless the data source modifies their submission, how do you avoid having to deal with an ever-growing class of previously rejected changes?