EGEMS - The Hydrology Project

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eGEMS
A Dedicated Web Based System for
Ground Water Data Processing
Analysis and Storage
GEMS - Background
 During the Hydrology Project, Phase I, CGWB
developed a Dedicated Ground Water
Estimation and Management System (GEMS)
Software
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Data entry & data validation
Processing and analysis
 GEMS was developed in a client server
environment
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Integration of GIS, database & other software
It handled a large amount of data,
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Originating from about 25,000 manually monitored wells,
About 6000 wells equipped with automatic water level recorders
Exploratory wells etc.
GEMS - Issues
 Required Complex installation and configuration
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High Database and of IT Expertise by the users.
 Dependencies on specific hardware, system
software and operating system.
 Difficulty in upgrading or changing modular
components.
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Upgrading GIS software to current version of MapInfo.
 Complexity in import and integration of data
from
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Different instances of GEMS
Other data management systems.
 Limited
levels
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installation not possible as per user
Full range of GEMS functionality need to be installed
Wide range of options for small office user
eGEMS - Concept
 During Hydrology Project Phase II- It was
envisaged to replicate the existing GEMS
capabilities into a internet based
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Platform independent
Highly reliable
Lesser user intervention
For CGWB and 13 participating Hydrology Project
Phase –II State Ground Water Agencies
 The Contract for the development of
eGEMS application has been awarded to
M/S TCS, Gurgoan
eGEMS - Outlines
 Internet based platform independent
system
 Client access from web browsers
 No software requirement at user end – Web
browser and internet access needed
 Single, centralized data
databases.
 Scalable to user requirement
store
for
eGEMS | Application Overview
eGEMS Logical
Architecture
Static and
Dynamic Data
Collection
Analysis
Module
Administration
Module
Reports &
Query
Data
Management
Data Exchange
Functional Area Coverage
Managing Sites
Well
Water Quality
Analysis
Schoeller
Hydromet
Station
Piper
Durov
Surface Water
US
Salinity
Wilcox
Artificial Recharge
Structure
Collins’
Bar
Pie
GeoPhysical
Vector
Stiff
Geo-Physical
Exploration
Profiling Data
Recording
Sounding Data
Recording
Ground Water
Assessment
GW Balancing
Component
Estimation
Extended
Resources
Assessment
Analysis for
Resources
Development
GIS Analysis
Spatial
Analysis
Cross Section/
Fence
Statistical
Analysis
Time Series
Regression
Missing Value
Computation
eGEMS - Functionality/ Features
 Facility for online Data Entry
 Water Level
 Water Quality
 Exploration
 Geophysics
 Aquifer Parameter – storage
 GIS data
 Limited offline data entry
 Analysis
 Hydrogeological
 Water Quality
 Spatial & Statistics Analysis
 Ground Water Resource Assessment
 Reports and Queries
 Agency specific Reports & Queries
 Data Management and Validations
 User Administration
eGEMS – Expected Benefits
 Centralised
application
deployment
and
maintenance.
 Availble on Multiple platforms through standard
internet browsers.
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User specific modules
 High availability
 Reduced maintenance overheads
 Improved data sharing.
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User specific data access
 Flexible and scalable for future enhancement and
integration with external Systems
Network Architecture
Software Specifications
Component
GIS Application Server
GIS Database Server
GIS Data Authoring PC
Viewing Client
Software
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Windows Server 2012 (64 bit)
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Internet Information Server 7.5 or higher
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ArcGIS for Server 10.1 Advanced Enterprise Edition
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ArcGIS 3D Analyst extension for Server
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ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension for Server
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ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst extension for Server
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Windows Server 2012 (64 bit)
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ArcGIS for Server Basic 10.1
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Oracle 11g R2 RDBMS
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Microsoft Visual Studio
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Crystal Reports 2013
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ArcGIS for Desktop-ArcInfo 10.1
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ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension
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ArcGIS 3D Analyst extension
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ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension
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ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst extension
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ArcHydro Groundwater with Subsurface analyst tool
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Browsers supported with application developed with ArcGIS Server web APIs
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Arc Explorer
EGEMS - Home Page
New Well Creation
Well Data Entry
Hydrograph
Well Logs
Statistical Analysis
• Mean, Median,
Standard Deviation
etc.
• Regression Analysis
• Missing Value
Computation
• Time Series Analysis
Water Quality Analysis
Plan for Data Migration
Schedule
eGEMS Project Plan
Roll Out
Warranty Maintenance
Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb
Activities
1 SRS
2 Design
3 a Development of e-GEMS
3 b Pilot Testing & User Acceptance
Security Audit by NIC/ approved
3 c Auditors
3 d Training to Pilot Users
Deployment of Software for Pilot
3 e Testing
Migration of existing data of GEMS,
4 GWDES, WQDES, etc
5 Full Scale Roll out of software
Documentation, system and on line
6 help
7 Capacity building
8 Helpdesk
9 Support, Services
10 Warranty of Application Software
11 Maintenance
Planned
Start
Date
Actual
Start
Date
Planned Actual End
End date
date
M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 M9 M10 M11 M12 M13 M14 M15 M13-M24
20/11/12 20/11/12 19/01/13 15/03/13
16/03/13 20/02/13 30/05/13 31/07/13
01/07/13
19/02/14
01/01/14
31/01/14
01/01/14
16/12/13
31/01/14
31/01/14
01/12/13
31/12/13
16/09/13
01/02/14
31/01/14
20/02/14
10/02/13
01/12/13
01/01/14
01/01/14
21/02/14
21/02/15
31/01/14
31/12/13
20/02/19
20/02/19
20/02/15
20/02/19
M25-M72
Future Road Map
• Enhancing User Base across India
• Integration of eGEMS service with Mobile GIS
• Providing online /offline data entry provision
• Location based services
• Integration with telemetric and other online data
systems
• Providing Citizen interface
Thank You
A step towards…….
Sharing & Caring for
Sustainable Ground Water Management
Implementation Issues
• Procurement of Hardware
• Delayed procurement
• BSNL data center hiring proposal
• Preparedness of States – Data migration/availability
• Non-Availability of existing legacy data in desired formats
• Non- Availability of GIS data in the new States e.g Punjab, Goa, Pudducherry
etc
• Non uniformity of data standards across states
• Expected to spill over beyond Feb 2014.
• Post project maintenance payments

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