Gutierrez Corea, Federico Vladimir and Manso Callejo, Miguel Ángel and Moreno Marimbaldo, Francisco J. and Castañeda Sanabria, Emerson
Integrated Geoprocessing for Generation of Affected Assets and Rights Reports for High Voltage Electrical Infrastructures.
In: "GEOProcessing 2012: The Fourth International Conference on Advanced Geographic Information Systems, Applications, and Services", 30/01/2012 - 04/02/2012, Valencia, España. ISBN 978-1-61208-178-6.
The development of linear construction projects, such as roads, railways, gas pipelines and electricity installations among others, whose execution on the territory impact a number of real estates, implies calculation of the effects over the plots in order to rewards landowners in terms for the influence of these new constructions on their properties as the case of Assets and Rights. This paper is about the high voltage electrical installations projects, focussed on the optimization GeoProcessing workflow for the generation of affected Assets and Rights Reports (ARR) for landowners due to the impact of affections for building electrical installations. This calculation and the generation of reports are carried out in different stages, requiring geoprocessing of different types of electrical constructions affections over the land, whose data come from different local and remote (Web services) sources. These overall characteristics make the process complex, timeconsuming and requiring many resources. This paper shows the study case of the Integrated Geoprocessing for calculation of the affected ARR as a result of the new electrical conveyance infrastructures in Spain. The challenge consists of complying with the planning objectives as defined by the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade (MITYC) for 2016, and reviewed for 2020, which implies the new creation of circuits and substations. In order to assisting in the accomplishment of those objectives and with the purpose of automating part of that workflow, an application software has been developed that integrates parts of the stages of that flow. The integrated stages are: (a) encoding of the plots susceptible to be affected; (b) calculation (geoprocessing) capable of processing 15 types of affections; (c) generation of an alphanumerical report with information about the owners of the affected plots and the ARR; (d) storage and Internet publishing of the affections caused by the projects through OGC Web Services and an ISO TC211 standard-based server for result dissemination in other formats. Up to five different data sources (two local, three remote) may come into play. The use of this application in the creation of the ARR has allowed improving productivity by optimising the amount of ARR generated per annum, the amount of calculated affections, the reliability of the calculations and the terms, thus reducing the cost of this activity.