He has played an important role in the development of several pipeline industry data models including the Pipeline Open Data Standard (PODS), the ArcGIS Pipeline Data Model (APDM) and PODS Esri Spatial.
What does PODS stand for?
PODS stands for Pipeline Open Data Standard (pipeline GIS data model developed by Gas Research Institute)
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The technology will support the Pipeline Open Data Standard (PODS) model, the most widely implemented pipeline data model in the industry, and all data will be stored in an Oracle Spatial database.
New Century Software of Fort Collins, CO, developed Facility Manager to provide oil & gas pipeline operators with the ability to manage pipeline attribute and centerline data in a spatially enabled GIS compatible with the Pipeline Open Data Standards (PODS).
One approach to resolve this is the Pipeline Open Data Standard, (PODS), which allows systems provided by different vendors to use data standards common across the industry.