NETWORK ANALYST EXTENSION USING ARCGIS 10.x

ONLINE TRAINING

START DATE: AVAIABLE SOON (80 HOURS)

PRICE: 300€ (Standard fee) | 270€ (Student / Unemployed fee)

Curso Online de Network Analyst con ArcGIS 10

This course will qualify students in ArcGIS Desktop 10.x and, in particular, in ArcMap, ArcCatalog and ArcToolBox, for the development of projects related to transport networks (roads, channelization, electrical lines, etc.), accessibility and logistics.

With the Network analyst extension, the student will learn to design a transport network (private car, bus, railway, metro, etc.) from scratch as well as use commercial mapping for transport accessibility studies. Students will be able to create a logical network system. They will learn to use the calculation operator of best route, service areas, closest facility, origin-destiny cost matrix, design of vehicle routing problems and location – allocation.

Studying the online course, students have access to our virtual learning platform (available 24 hours) where they will find course contents, exercises, discussion forums and additional content. In this plaftorm, students are provided with real time support from the instructor (2 hours per week) whom they can contact via direct messages to solve doubts at any moment. They can also contact the instructor via email.

  • Learn about the uses of GIS in general and the uses of ArcGIS for transport network studies, network analysis and logistics in particular.
  • Design, manage and analyse a transport network by nodes, integrate concepts such as commercial speed, accessibility and impedance.
  • Gain the needed knowledge to generate impedances and attributes according to the type of network.
  • Facilitate the understanding of all the essential concepts needed for an advanced use of ArcGIS 10.3 Network Analyst.
  • Obtain the best route plan for delivery, optimal location, accessibilities analysis, etc.
  • Design tools with Model Builder applied to network analysis.
  • Study geo-marketing concepts and analysis.

1 - INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK ANALYSIS WITH NETWORK ANALYST

  • Definition.
  • Network Types.
    • Geometric.
    • Transport.
  • Logical Network.
  • Network composition.
    • Nodes
    • Axis
    • Flow

Guided exercise 1: Identify the types of networks and its components.

2 - DESIGN OF A NETWORK

  • Digitise a specific network.
  • Required attributes for a transport network (frequency, commercial speed, distance) .
  • Network topology.

Guided exercise 2 (Create a simple bus network, fill in the necessary attributes) and evaluation.

3 - NETWORK ANALYST EXTENSION COMPONENTS

  • Network Analyst workflow.
  • Network Analyst toolbar in ArcMap.
  • Network Analyst window in ArcMap. Identifying a Network in ArcCatalog.
  • Identifying a Network in ArcCatalog.
  • Network symbology.

Guided exercise 3 (activate the network analyst extension, Windows preparation and getting used to the Network Analyst toolbar in ArcMap) and evaluation.

4 - GENERATING A NETWORK DATASET

  • Creation and editing of spatial data.
  • Layers selection.
  • Allowed turns and turn tables.
  • Connectivity policy.
  • Overpasses policy.
  • Impedances.
    • Cost
    • Descriptors
    • Restrictions
  • Directions Windows.
  • Definition of Network Analyst in ArcCatalog for specific mapping.

Guided exercise 4 (Generating a turn layer, generating the needed attributes for an overpass, description of impedances) and evaluation.

5 - GENERATING A NETWORK WITH COMMERCIAL MAPPING

  • Advantages of using commercial mapping (HERE Nokia) and Arctoolbox Street Data processing (specific impedances).
  • Identifying attributes (signals, turn restrictions, speed, travel duration, etc.).
  • Generating a Network DataSet with ArcToolBox for commercial mapping (Street Data processing).
  • Definition of Network Analyst in ArcCatalog for commercial mapping.

Guided exercise 5: (generating a Network DataSet with ArcToolBox Street Data processing with commercial mapping of Colmenar Viejo (Madrid, Spain)) and evaluation  (Hoyo de Manzanares, Madrid, Spain). 

6 - NETWORK ANALYSIS

  • Network Analyst toolbox bar in Arcmap.
  • Best route analysis.
  • Service area analysis. Isochrone maps or accessibility times.
  • Closest facility installation.
  • Origin – Destiny Matrix Analysis.
  • Vehicle routing problem analysis. Fleet analysis .
  • Location – allocation analysis. Pick up / delivery routes.

Guided exercise 6 (best delivery route for pharmacies, geomarketing study of clients for repair shops, accessibility to public transportation stops, etc.). and evaluation.

7 - PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS FOR DIFFERENT TRANSPORT NETWORKS

  • Territorial accessibility by private car.
  • Territorial accessibility by public road transport.
    • Coverage of the public transport stops (dispersion of time).
    • Public transport network optimization. Lines and stops.
  • Acessibility by railway transport.

Guided exercise 7 about accessibility (mapping interpretation) and evaluation.

8- GENERATING NETWORK GEOPROCESSING TOOLS WITH MODEL BUILDER

  • Introduction to Model Builder.
  • Automating the process to calculate influence areas of public transport stops.
  • Automating the process in the calculation of optimum locations.

Guided exercise 8: Generating a tool and evaluation.

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Ricardo García Álvarez
With more than 15 years experience in the cartography and geographic information systems sec-tor, Ricardo holds a Bachelor´s degree in Geography from the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and a Master in Geographic Information Systems from the Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca.
Ricardo has experience in transport networks project management, spatial accessibility studies with GIS, sustainable urban mobility plans, traffic studies (macro and micro simulation) and car-tography development ( orthorectification, digital restitution and photogrammetric consulting).
As a teacher, he has given internal training courses for companies such as Tragsa (Tragsatec Group) or Prointec (Indra Group).

Why study Arcgis 10.x?

The use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is growing rapidly and it is becoming an essential tool in a variety of sectors (engineering, environment, geography and mining), including new sciences like geomarketing. Among GIS tools, ArcGIs is proclaimed as the program par excellence due to its stability, versatility and expansion, being the most used GIS software around the world.

Do I need previous knowledge in ArcGis 10.x?

Yes, you need to have knowledge similar to that taught in the Geographic Information Systems Training course with ArcGis10.x – Beginner level. If this is not the case, you may want to study the ArcGIS and Network Analyst Course – a complete overview that starts from the very beginning.

I don’t have the ArcGIs 10. X program. What can I do?

Esri (creators of the ArcGIS program) provides a free licence for a 2 month trail. You only need to create an account, download the program and follow the installation steps (visit their website). Nevertheless, we are available to solve any problem you may have.

The online format uses the online learning and technological platform Moodle, a telematics tool that works through the internet. It is a learning platform that provides students access to the training course content, fulfill the practical cases and consult the teaching staff, as well as availability to the resources and help at any moment.

The platform is available 24 hours a day, through which the student will be able to ask for help at any given moment. Instructors will reinforce the student´s autonomy during its training process, supporting and clarifying any possible doubts that may arise along the course.

Therefore, the course is carried out through different areas available on the online platform and where the student can search for training material, download information, complete the practical exercises and take assessments to verify the assimilated knowledge. Teachers will offer progressively the basic information needed to work towards the completion of a final practical case.

300€ (Standard fee) / 270€ (Student / Unemployed fee)*

*To enjoy this discount, you must include a copy of a document that proves your situation along with the registration form.

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1st step. Request your registration to the training course completing the pre-registration document and sending it via email to training@tycgis.com.

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2nd step. As soon as we receive it, we will send you an enrolment guide with the complete information to enrol in the course: dates, schedule, software needed for the course and the installation guide. The payment methods are included in this document.

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3rd step. Submit the payment and send us the receipt to  training@tycgis.com.

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4rd step. Once we receive the receipt, we will confirm your registration to the course via email.

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STUDENTS OPINIONS

Is an excellent course to keep on progressing in thw knowledge and practice of raster and vector data using ArcGIS 10.
Alberto Arnal OlivaresForest Engineer