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Inteligeo - Geographic Intelligence System in the Brazilian Federal Police

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my name is Daniel on with the Brazilian Federal Police animal for forensics examiner and I'm going to speak to you about today about of the system we have therefore geographic intelligence
and these are the topics were going to cover we want to speak a a bit about the position of Federal police where we're going to speak about the system and we're show out a few lessons learned since then the 2011 which was the last presentation delivered about the system about outsourcing so choice of technology increasing user base increase institutional awareness were also lost because a bit about the map and choices about the roadmap and we're going truly have the bounty hunt again that we had in Denver 2011 Overview return speak about it the the Brazilian
Federal Police is like any other police and it deals in a lot of handles a lot of problems a lot of your friends and you we have a lot of
attributions like the FBI the Coast Guard each year the PAGE like just like the Canadian Mounted Police that those everything and we have where Ismael institution we have about 4 14 thousand employees and of these that we have around around 10 thousand policemen 100 thousand of forensic experts use uh among on them on 10 thousand policemen of the number is wrong sorry enough about 0 there and have this bullshit reading temples In about 240 uh deal specifically with environmental we have
several areas who have ballistics the
chemical forensics for pesticides and drugs and loss of
we have medical or like the the traditional suicide investigations
without computer forensics we have a
business state seemed as monomer actual here fighting then the things were going to do all the system was designed to provide information for civil engineering
environmental forensics especially environment of France when the when 1 thinks about a
GIS system for public from 6 public security for law-enforcement 1 thinks about dispatching dispatching the police cars and mapping and the mug reason the city and to die close escape routs and stuff like that this system is different it provides information for the forensics for is X is paramount to avoiding impunity sold during the due process in law when somebody is able to prove that difference has actually been committed that that's a very strong the incentive for the person to never commit another crime again if they if he gets away with it it doesn't do anything to get it said them worse and we have several sponsors from the beginning so we had the Japan International Cooperation Agency that sponsored the project at the very beginning the UN Office on Drugs and Crime in the network which is a research funding Brazil In the
season started with several rules the first one was to distribute L Beilul's images imposes a satellite that was that was it's not an operating anymore for the Japan depends space agency in it provided great images of the Amazon especially radar images based the see through clouds so it's not called the rain forest for nothing it brings a lot there you can see anything with a regular satellite through the rain so you we we have a lot of radar images and had a lot of some stretch goals so not just a major since we have a system let's try to publish the maps of all the work being done so we can see hotspots and were were were people have moved more difficulty weirdo greatest demands in the few and we would like to also to publish support maps environment of friends it's because we're national institution because you have a small problem sometimes the person that's going to work on the job is not from the region is some from someplace 2 thousand kilometers away so he doesn't know the region it doesn't have the match with with him it doesn't all the source of demand for that region so we gathered using the system now anyone who was working outside the the original jurisdiction has access to a centralized repository of information then will we will also publish tools to make those information easier to handle it not so that we don't require everybody should have low G of desktop J. as in a lot of training to be able to handle this information and we will also go beyond governmental forensics so this is a 1st
map we had lots of tables images these are just the footprints just the boundaries of the dating the images so we we can see that there's a lot of presumed over there certainly all the Amazon forest and lot lot of our other areas where we don't have much imagery and we were able to
publish data with our production are map without production data so desire forensic reports in the Amazon region I saw a forensic expert can click on them and see a lot of metadata coach to link to the other system that has the the document of information we have supporting maps which are if we chart data that are the 4 TextPert would have if he was from the region and we also have data that synchronize daily in the gathered data from a lot of so a lot of sources that that maybe the forensics expert would have access to so as an institution as a centralized repository we were able to get on get a true or institutional deals with other institutions should provide information for us and we published in here was a system combo and
made up we have a database that's fully open source that's not how it started it started with a mark as the database we made we had a lot of trouble in migrating in we have and we have a larger server we have a legacy web applications since 2 thousand and then it's working written in flesh and we're going to see on the road map that's all going to change all of this is going to change not not everything the pools crystal and this person's is going to stay and we have content so far we have about and and part have documentation there we have news we have balls so we can bowl the user so what kind of geographical references to use what's the next course you want to see what the next training you want to have a so we have several options then we act on that and with the physical infrastructure is really small it's this fits on a computer rack it's actually not even in the main IT department of that's not on the data centers in the in the computer room after local t and we have of about 12 terabytes of russir data they gigabytes of compressed vector data that's a lot of and 850 PLoS layers blows at 950 + views which some data is displayed in different ways so that we can understand it better and we
have also managed to publish publish some tools to the portal so this is a very simple drawing tools that a person and if you can use to to draw his but whatever him mad or a report who wants to it doesn't have to use a desktop GIS so we have a few samples here on the right it can draw some polynomes added the polygons properly areas distances there some other tools on the the bottom of the screen the latest feature is on the top of the screen the the and there are
a lot of layers so I just showed you a few tools but we have a lot of layers
it's inside layers I didn't open it because of course centric over the whole screen but this is an example of the administrative later so we have our our local units are national units and the limits of the since the limits of competence of each unit so if you click on the map to get information for all of its really it also has some
statistics tools this stay on the bottom along with some search tools this is just an example you select the visitor pre-made reports but you can configure them like you can draw an area and say 0 1 3rd of of residue apart breakdown by the subject in this area and in this time this time it will be what should you do a pie chart on real time we're able to do more and customize it may keep more types of graphs but of that so that's a on 1 project and we also I when
trying to spread the scope of the project we tried some some different stuff for example this is of an not moreover logistics maps it tells you were stuff got seized sold desire on best side seizures be doing agriculture so we have this illegal pesticides Ghanzi coming from other countries in the continent India are not standard the substances are prohibited in Brazil so the cause cancer and all sorts of problems and the green dots are where they were seized and the the bull on diamonds are where they were analyzed by the forensic examined occurred so this has to do with the amount of 4 as a group exports eventual allocate in each region of there some of the issues that management should look into for example of that station on the South handles most of its own demand but some others said a lot of stuff to the capital and some there some oddballs here for example In this case why hasn't the the the units sent it to their own unit will white white did it sent to the capital so that some management this is a comment from 1 older
version of the system at some the amounts of cocaine seized in Brazil in 2010 well separated by state also a supplemental kings amount of money and embezzled in public works yeah that's and we we see a lot of geographical and bit by there was there is a region where there's more on fast of public money and there's a specific stating there that has a very long the amount of money stolen what why is that so that's something we should think of as a public on as long for law-enforcement issue our our people they're not working hard they being bribes what is that the better state and others what's happening there so we can take a look at so in this time we
learned several lessons the the system start to do that to be developed in 2009 became operation at the end of 2010 and we learn that outsourcing database developed development or management is really bad because it clock down everything but somebody else or that the new has the keys to be your most valuable asset which is information but we also learned that if you're going to outsource the web development that's really easy that's actually a good thing to do because it takes it takes a lot of work to build this maps you get to having put all all over the all all along the process if you're hiring somebody you can tell them what what you want you want them to do and it's a separated formed from your mom or business and separated from your information they don't have access to your car or information into your databases but we also learned that even if you outsource something like web maps you still need to be able to tweak it and changes small things go that you don't wanna do a whole other contract just changes nothing that takes a lotta work so you have to understand what what has been done and you have to have this forest everything has to be open at least for you internally and another thing we learned that open source does not cross 0 dollars it is free as in freedom but as a total constitutional cost it's not 0 as in free beer at but the same open-source it's free as in freedom free as in free beer but the total cost is not 0 why is that because you have to train people the spine to implement stuff doesn't come ready for you and also there is a form of there something that in Brazil it's harder to hire people to work on open source so if you have a lot of money you you have to wait that because you don't have a lot of developers 42 hired they don't know the open-source products so you the higher from abroad or you do a closed source product of your n 1 other thing thing I learned is that you get to do what you want and you get it to you to do it fast because you don't have to go through all the the the hiring process and all the paperwork and all the red tape and ask people stuff you you you just download it and you do it it's really fast if the thing you want to is small and if you do lots of that's what I told you about 4 in proprietary software hidden costs are significant because that's the other side of the point what I learned is that cost overall is much larger than expected so up proprietors softer still of requires you to take people off their regular jobs and go to training this requires you to pay maintenance under the the licenses and especially for the contracts it's a lot work you don't need only the person that that's developing that to stop what they're whatever they're doing you need the logistic department the financial department to do what purchase which is very labour-intensive in public service in general and we also tried to do the scope change in the beginning we try to spread the school but it's very hard to use but we with with thought it was very hard to do and the user-based stayed mostly the same we have the same all of roughly the same model users they do have some very different feedback that they had in the beginning this the is much easier to use now but there is more complete that support is better in a lot of stuff but the amount of fuel stay the same we're still trying to spread the score but I'm just telling you that you have to have that in mind if you're starting products that means you have to think about and the 1 1 other thing that comes from the 1 on the top so if the user base stay the same what happens with the institution as a whole are they thinking this system is important in order thing it's just another with of money and time you have to build institutional awareness with management management in my experience usually does not understand open source does not understand I t they understand labor hours the dissent results they understand what our a different set of data that the IT exporters the IT of developers is accustomed to so you have to make Europe bored with that in mind focus on results focuses on only on on at the testimonies from the the users on the on the on the fields so that they're same that their job is easier now that they're producing more because of it or today about doing a better work now because of and I also learned that Q rating the beta is paramount because we think we bit more than we could chew it's a lot of data especially if you're dealing with the data without metadata so you don't only for a lot of websites and you're getting stuff from people's draws to put in the system that the mass so what I want to have from the beginning and you don't have the son on the especially since processing or somebody from a geologist or a map of the cartographer or forests single year or a civil engineer somebody that you look at this data in separate what's good what is not abuse fill in some metadata of change the presentation if you put the field names start for example a huge issue but retrieve metadata from the system from intelligence at the top of the data the few that to we're all their all from the the shape for so have to field office for 850 950 litres and that's or work and for the future where taking from our experience and we understood understand now that less is more but only when you know what to select when you know which after all the stuff you tried is actually good and it's actually going to build a better system and we found out that search over the the metadata pops the bilayer switcher are key and tools in the in the web application there are more and there's a on our moral verbals analysis on that but with we identified the main tools that people use in that the stop people from using the system because they are either too difficult for the crash of something like that and they're going to focus on that and we drop stuff and whatever that is left has to work really well because it will compete with other and workflows that the person has so the system by like the designer from but sorry I think it was the king and the keynote speaker from yesterday told that the tools they're not the objective in themselves they're due to make to blood best to make something easier for you to do that you have to keep that in mind in you have to add value to your tool so whatever is left has worked really well for us it's not worth having the and the big thing max the separating jails an IT because right now should together professional that most both Chairperson Program both years in IT in here at for elite really easy you bump into where people all over the place but I know from my experience is hard to get people that mobile so if again if they can separate the system and the infrastructure 2 delegates bottles true IT people and parts of 4 2 GS people that's much easier for me I get out qualified personnel to do both but I don't get qualified personnel to do both at the same but the same person do both forget to people but not 1 that can the and that's pretty much it the
last last also just be true by awarded some bounties for people solved but but but but reports or feature requests that on coalition under with you right and this time has lectures so I have a T-shirt the health of each of the you can see Ivan using 1 of these in the corner yeah have some words some of the realized ends of family please stay tuned if you if you care for days they're going to be awarded the Cold Spring and Saturday and I will push a war published all the information about the reports the feature requests on the sum of weak keep for the cold spot so such kind of false or due 2014 constraint we keep a very long it will be there so different this is Oliver this statue you for a harsher from most western Japan ball it so Georgia from Portugal and you US to Portugal Ivan so of Frank you you know this people omega OK map proxy the above I don't know what it is but is really cool I by she is the was the president over all OpenStreetMap Japan at the time of for all of them is the core developer of all shares as the founding member of process and Georgie is was the President of the always dual Portugal at the so thank you very much so if you want to have we have questions sorry a here the
content not all of the
the so you may useful if there was anything hedge migrate from all sources in yes yes when we were
gathering information we were trying to put it all into the database Okecie give me give me a lot of trouble and I want to talk to some of the developers in the set I training to handle lights on idle 50 metadata the tables that they had amassed Pakistani got really angry at the time really and I spent more than 1 year trying to break free from Marcus C at out now as we as a user I as the shock this these 2 so I think that's better was really bad immodesty the ArcGIS Server had a lot of issues especially in a low layer older versions to handling raw both gesture patch of model with with our fortune to handle it well and I II opened at at time itself I wasn't ago 2011 2012 will provide 40 of them support requests that I think only 1 module got actually solved regarded this integration so was really really big issue after I changed everything was released tribute connectors and stuff the other dealers divisions because of the absence I want you to think about if you have you talked about the attitudes of people and toward social so sorry to with open source OK sorry M and N and N you ran into some challenges along the lake to do people have specific reasons not good open source or was just because they didn't know about open source or just afraid of what was then known from what I've got the closed-source people do a really good job at marketing and they are present in especially as present governments and don't take me wrong I like chest desktop a lot else what they're like quantum on so the but I like ArcGIS Desktop but artist he was a failure in my opinion then they don't know this it have 2 0 2 0 the awareness on the pitfalls so if you usually integrated from for the proportion of the list Donald there call this place cells for at least lattice work in a bit more to make his work with that the that in data layers RT have location information manager to geocode some of those listed them on NOAA most of them were ready cheap so the head locations on this I like half of them do have a projection so had to fight for each 1 of the scripts should check consistency of thank you
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Titel Inteligeo - Geographic Intelligence System in the Brazilian Federal Police
Serientitel FOSS4G 2014 Portland
Autor Miranda, Daniel
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung 3.0 Deutschland:
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DOI 10.5446/31673
Herausgeber FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
Erscheinungsjahr 2014
Sprache Englisch
Produzent Foss4G
Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
Produktionsjahr 2014
Produktionsort Portland, Oregon, United States of America

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract This is a case study about using WebGIS for fighting crime from a forensics standpoint.When one thinks about GIS for law enforcement, vehicle tracking and messaging immediately comes to mind. Inteligeo provides support for law enforcement in a different manner: it provides information for the forensics examiner.The system became operational in November 2010 and it now has more than 850 themes and 950 data visualization layers, and is available only inside of the Brazilian Federal Police internal network. It started as tool for fighting environmental crime, now it covers a wide variety of subjects such as environmental data, chemical analysis of pesticides, mining operations, public works fraud and legal status of rural properties. We also have a raster data repository and integration with databases from several institutions.The system uses a fully open source database. After a difficult migration from a proprietary database, the data can now be handled not only by the proprietary GIS framework, but also by tools from the open source ecosystem and by our own maintenance tools.During almost four years of operations, some lessons have been learned and the initial strategic plans have changed. We will discuss issues such as what can be outsourced and what has to be made in house, decisions regarding the database, experimenting versus focusing, key features (our) users use most, demonstrating value to internal management.
Schlagwörter environmental crime
law enforcement

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