GISInc supports the maintenance and enhancement of the US Navy’s GeoReadiness System, implemented at the Naval Facilities Information Technology Center.  GISInc has recently migrated the GeoReadiness System to utilize Esri’s ArcGIS Enterprise platform in a Highly Available, multi-machine configuration.  The GeoReadiness Explorer (GRX) is a Web Application Builder (WAB) based application that GISInc configured and customized to support the capabilities of the gobal user base.  It provides a consolidated interface to view installation information, facility information, asset management data, and utilities data (to name a few).  GRX acts as a single integration point for other systems.

Before GRX, each region had their own viewer (on its own codebase and database schema) to visualize their GIS data. GISInc was tasked with identifying commonalities and providing the same enterprise capability for all NAVFAC regions.  GRX was a program that grew out of the need for consistency.  It has since evolved into a program that uses a modern Portal to provide self-service map and app creation while maintaining authoritative and accurate sources of geographic data integrated with other mission support systems.  GISInc configured the ArcGIS Enterprise to allow GRX Managers to control who has access to items shared to Regional and Business Line Groups. While still maintaining legacy capabilities such as media management and installation reports that are niche to the GeoReadiness System.

Technology

GRX is aligned with Arcgis Enterprise 10.5.1 – utilizing ArcGIS JS API, services and data are from SDE and ArcGIS Server map, feature and image services federated with ArcGIS Enterprise.

System Support

GRX is comprised of three tiers: web tier, server tier (ArcGIS server), and data tier. We continue to provide support at each level. Regional staff are editing, creating, and updating data, then feed data into the enterprise (central repository).  We are responsible for automation and support involved in replication up to the worldwide consolidated database, as well assisting regions create map services that feed into the web maps. GISInc is involved from beginning to end.