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Title: A framework for developing scalable geodesign products
Authors: Bastian, Elizabeth G.
McMillan-Wilhoit, Juliana M.
Hiett, Matthew D.
Garfinkle, Noah W.
Calfas, George W.
Foltz, Thomas M.
Myers, Natalie R. D.
Keywords: Geographic information systems (GIS)
City planning
Military bases--Design and construction
Engineer Site Identification for the Tactical Environment (ENSITE)
Publisher: Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: ERDC/CERL;MP-17-3
Abstract: Geodesign is an urban planning methodology which combines the traditionally separate tasks of landscape planning, site planning, and geographic analysis and combines them through automated software flows. Through combining these elements, a user is able to gain a more complete picture of the operational environment. This paper describes a new geodesign product, ENSITE, which was developed to assist military planners in the siting of contingency bases. This paper outlines the four aspects which made this product successful—a team of diverse subject matter experts, global data, a flexible back end, and rapid development.
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