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Strategic Integrated Digital Ground Modelling

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OEMG -Global provides a wide range of consulting and project management services. From small boutique projects with only a very small number of people through to large and complex projects we can provide  innovative, cost effective solutions for your needs.

Our award winning Integrated Digital Ground Modelling(IDGM) process forms the basis of our Strategic IDGM. It provides a baseline framework that integrates all available data (Geophysical, Geotechnical, Ecological) over a particular target area into a comprehensive, four dimensional GIS model. This data is then available in customised easy to use formats for use across multiple departments and for multiple projects. Creating a Strategic IDGM is a cumulative process where data collected for individual projects builds on the baseline framework, creating a more comprehensive strategic IDGM. A Strategic IDGM is a valuable tool in an organisations “project delivery framework”, integrated into every day processes for project delivery.

 

A Strategic IDGM provides a powerful decision support tool and is an indispensable component of a robust Project Delivery Framework. When used for your project management you can expect the following benefits in addition to those expected from a standalone IDGM:

  • Long term data

    All collected data can be accessed by future projects in an easy to visualise, digital GIS environment, saving considerable time and money and avoiding repeat work

  • Improved decision making

    More effective decision making over the entire target area. Supports decision making for optimum placement of infrastructure (greatest cost savings, least environmental impact.)

  • Reduced risk & exposure

    Reduced project risk/decreased long term exposure.  Upside risks are identified (opportunities to save money and add project value from improved understanding of geological risk combined with other datasets, early in the project). Downside risks, during construction, can be more effectively managed.

  • Data sharing opportunities

    Opportunities to share or on-sell data to other organisations with interest in the same target area.

  • Improved outcomes

    Promotes project learning and on-going improvements for organisations resulting in improved outcomes in future projects.

  • Multi department collaboration

    Improved data sharing and decision making across multiple departments resulting in improved collaboration, time and money savings as project data is shared and re-used throughout the entire organisation.

This process involves defining the objectives and integrating risk management into the design of the Strategic IDGM and includes the following types of questions:

  • Target area
  • Data users/stakeholders and type of data access required (e.g public, project managers, project directors, insurers, underwriters; design team; engineers; environmental; planners etc.)
  • Types of projects data will be used for
  • Available funding (e.g general, grant or specific project/s)
  • High level understanding of an organisation’s Project Delivery Framework and how a Strategic IDGM can work within this process
  • Document upside risks (opportunities to save money and add value early in project life-cycles, based on an understanding of geological risk)
  • Document possible downside risks (eg. risks during construction phase)
  • Define tender process/procurement processes
  • Define priority areas for data collection based on upcoming projects

All available digital data for the target area is integrated into the baseline Strategic IDGM to enable an initial data gap analysis. Additional digital data can then be collected and integrated to create a more comprehensive Strategic IDGM.

The process includes:

  • Collect all existing available digital and usable data
  • Integrate data into an appropriate framework for the initial model eg. GIS
  • Identify data gaps and then Design a Sampling Program for collecting additional data to be integrated into a more comprehensive model
  • Determine delivery of data, across departments, based on user defined needs
  • Deliver usable data in a wide range of formats as required by the target audience eg. google maps, geoPDF, 3D CAD etc.
  • Integration with engineering and design software eg. BIM

Designing an effective sampling plan for a geological campaign is extremely important to a project to provide the greatest possible benefits for adding value to a project, saving money, reducing environmental impact and reducing risk.

Key steps:

  1. Ensure that you are asking the right questions
  2. Look at historically available data
  3. Look at alignments/ plots/ where to position (easier with strategic IDGM)
  4. Design a geophysical campaign and collect required geophysical data which forms the basis of an IDGM
  5. Aggregate into IDGM (or Strategic IDGM)
  6. Look at gap analysis (ie. Does historical data validate samples sufficiently identify structures in the geophysics)
  7. Design additional data sampling (eg. targeted borehole campaign) which specifically targets geophysical structures of interest.

 

This step involves the review and integration of the Strategic IDGM into the existing business processes of the organisation to ensure maximum benefits.

Areas of use include:

  • Integration into the organisations Project Delivery Framework
  • Tender process integration
  • Risk management processes
  • Processes for use of Strategic IDGM between multiple different departments
  • Opportunities to create extra value by the identification of other organisations that may wish to purchase available data
  • On-going management and maintenance of the Strategic IDGM, including adding to the Strategic IDGM with each new project
+ User Requirements & Risk Analysis

This process involves defining the objectives and integrating risk management into the design of the Strategic IDGM and includes the following types of questions:

  • Target area
  • Data users/stakeholders and type of data access required (e.g public, project managers, project directors, insurers, underwriters; design team; engineers; environmental; planners etc.)
  • Types of projects data will be used for
  • Available funding (e.g general, grant or specific project/s)
  • High level understanding of an organisation’s Project Delivery Framework and how a Strategic IDGM can work within this process
  • Document upside risks (opportunities to save money and add value early in project life-cycles, based on an understanding of geological risk)
  • Document possible downside risks (eg. risks during construction phase)
  • Define tender process/procurement processes
  • Define priority areas for data collection based on upcoming projects
+ Data Integration & GIS

All available digital data for the target area is integrated into the baseline Strategic IDGM to enable an initial data gap analysis. Additional digital data can then be collected and integrated to create a more comprehensive Strategic IDGM.

The process includes:

  • Collect all existing available digital and usable data
  • Integrate data into an appropriate framework for the initial model eg. GIS
  • Identify data gaps and then Design a Sampling Program for collecting additional data to be integrated into a more comprehensive model
  • Determine delivery of data, across departments, based on user defined needs
  • Deliver usable data in a wide range of formats as required by the target audience eg. google maps, geoPDF, 3D CAD etc.
  • Integration with engineering and design software eg. BIM
+ Design a Sampling Program

Designing an effective sampling plan for a geological campaign is extremely important to a project to provide the greatest possible benefits for adding value to a project, saving money, reducing environmental impact and reducing risk.

Key steps:

  1. Ensure that you are asking the right questions
  2. Look at historically available data
  3. Look at alignments/ plots/ where to position (easier with strategic IDGM)
  4. Design a geophysical campaign and collect required geophysical data which forms the basis of an IDGM
  5. Aggregate into IDGM (or Strategic IDGM)
  6. Look at gap analysis (ie. Does historical data validate samples sufficiently identify structures in the geophysics)
  7. Design additional data sampling (eg. targeted borehole campaign) which specifically targets geophysical structures of interest.

 

+ Integrating the Strategic IDGM into Business Processes

This step involves the review and integration of the Strategic IDGM into the existing business processes of the organisation to ensure maximum benefits.

Areas of use include:

  • Integration into the organisations Project Delivery Framework
  • Tender process integration
  • Risk management processes
  • Processes for use of Strategic IDGM between multiple different departments
  • Opportunities to create extra value by the identification of other organisations that may wish to purchase available data
  • On-going management and maintenance of the Strategic IDGM, including adding to the Strategic IDGM with each new project

Some projects we have undertaken in this area

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