Australia's biggest Telco has implemented a huge Autodesk® Infrastructure Map Server solution. It is huge not so much in the number of users, but around the quantities and complexities of their data. Join me for a walkthrough of this journey from design to implementation as we discuss many of the issues that we faced and explain how we resolved them. We cover some key decisions about architecture, data, user interface, customizations, and much more. Finally, we look at how some cool features offered by Google® have been integrated into the AIMS solution. This high-level presentation is appropriate for anyone who is interested.
- Bring various spatial data into AIMS
- Configure the display of data in AIMS
- Bring externally supplied data, such as like Google and Bing® maps, into AIMS
- Apply some AIMS tuning techniques for better performance
Steven De Rosayro has worked in the IT industry for almost 20 years now, the last nine of which have been with the consulting arm of Autodesk Australia in Melbourne. In this time, he has been instrumental in delivering a number of enterprise level solutions built on Autodesk® software, with a variety of products including AutoCAD®, Inventor®, Autodesk AIMS® and Vault®. The target clients have generally been utilities, with an emphasis on Australia's largest_Telstra, the main Telco provider for the country. Given the compact size of the group, he wears many 'Role Hats' including project manager, business analyst, test analyst and on very rare occasions coder. In all his years in IT, he can honestly say that he has found Autodesk to be the most enjoyable company he has worked for.