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APPLICATION OF GIS AND VISUAL BASIC IN

TOURISM INFORMATION SYSTEM-A CASE STUDY


OF BHUBANESWAR MUNCIPAL CORPORATION

Presented by
Sandeep Pati ,Sasmita Das ,Sukanti Badi ,Sumeet Kumar Shadangi
CED
Introduction

Ø Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes.


Ø Differrrent types of tourism
Ø Importance of tourisim management.
Ø Role of GIS in tourism system.
Ø The enabling technologies
Ø Adopting an integration tool
Ø Development of graphical interface


Objective

Ø To develop a Tourist information system of Bhubaneswar Municipality


Corporation and to customize the information system using the powerful
tools of Visual Basic (VB) and ArcGIS
 The following steps should be required to achieved the objective.
Ø Delineation of the Study Area
Ø Mapping the location of the Tourist Places, Roads, Important locations and
Junctions
Ø Database creation (Geodatabase)
Ø Development of information system using GUI (Graphical user interface) in
VB platform
Ø Integration of VB and Arcmap through Dynamic Data Enterprise (DDE)
technology
Ø Creation of package through package and deployment wizard of Microsoft
Visual Studio


Study Area

Ø Location And Area of Bhubaneswar.


Ø History in Bhubaneswar
Ø Geography and Climate
Ø Economy
Ø Infrastructure
Ø Transport System in Bhubaneswar
Ø Demographics
Ø Culture in Bhubaneswar
Ø Sports
Ø Places around Bhubaneswar

Location And Area of Bhubaneswar
History in Bhubaneswar
Ø Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha, also popularly known as the
"Temple City of India“
Ø The ancient city is 2600 years old and the modern city came into
existence in 1948 as the new capital of Odisha, designed by the
German architect O.H. Koeingsberges. .
Ø Bhubaneswar forms one of the vertices of the Golden Triangle the other
two being the cities of Puri andKonark.
Geography and Climate

Ø Bhubaneswar is situated between 21° 15' North Latitude 85° 15'


Longitude and at an altitude of 45 meters above sea level.
Geographically.
Ø The city has a tropical climate; the average temperatures range
between a minimum of around 10 °C in the winter to a maximum of
40 °C to 45 °C in summer.
Culture in Bhubaneswar

Ø Bhubaneswar has been a recent awareness towards preserving the


ethos of Odia culture in the formof Classical Odissi dance,
handicrafts, sand artistry, sculpturing as well as theater and music.
Ø Boundary walls and gardens are increasingly being redone to depict the
folk art of the region.
Ø Bhubaneswar is famous for different type of fair & festival.
 a) Ashokashtami
 b) Adivasi Mela
 c) Kalinga Mahotsav
 d) shanti Stupa
 e) Durga Puja
 f) Laxmi Puja
Places around Bhubaneswar

Ø Udaygiri and Khandgiri caves


Ø Dauli
Ø Nandankanan
Ø Konark
Ø Puri
Ø Chilika

Review of Earlier Works

Ø Using GIS And Application For Tourism done by Davod Shojaee.


Ø GIS design and application for tourism done by T. Turk, M. U. Gumusay
Ø GIS applications in tourism planning of GIS 340 – GIS Seminar done by
Mr. Wayne Giles
Ø College Information System for Thiruvananthapuram District using
application of GIS and VB done by Srija Santhosh, Fasliya K. Aliya
Technical Programme

Ø Design and implementation of a specific GIS project


Ø Specific works carried out in the project
Ø Application of Visual Basic
Ø Development of Information System in the Visual Basic (VB) platform
Ø Integration of Visual Basic and Arc Map through DDE Technology
Ø Hyperlinking
Ø Development of Application Product through Dynamic Data Exchange
(DDE) technology
Ø Web browser tool
Ø Building Information as a package


Design and Implementation of a GIS Project
IMPLEMENTATION OF A

Ø
SPECIFICSPECIFIC
Building and designing a geodatabase
Ø Data representation models
Ø Spatial data input and data acquisition
Ø Attribute data input
Ø Map projection
Ø Management and manipulation of data
Ø Presentation of results of analysis

Transportation network map
Tourist destination map
Specific Works Carried out in the Project

Ø GIS Software
Ø Data utilized for the study
Ø Spatial data input
Ø Building and designing a geodatabase
Ø Management and manipulation of data
Ø
GIS Software
The ESRI GIS software Arc GIS 9.3 is used for these analyses.

Data utilized for the study


Ø The base map used for the study is the map published by the
Department of Architecture andRegional Planning, Indian Institute of
Technology, Kharagpur, and West Bengal in their study
onPerspective plan for BCUC Vision 2030.
Ø The map was georeferenced with the help of points from the Google
Earth.
Building and designing a geodatabase
Sl. No. Feature Class Spatial Data Stored Geometry
1 Boundary Boundary of the Polygon
Bhubaneswar Municipal
Corporation

2 Road Major Road Network in Line


the BMC

3 Railway Railway lines passing Line


through the network

6 Junctions Major road junctions in Point


the District

7 Tourist spots Major tourist Point


destinations in the BMC

8 Others Important PlacesParks, Museums etc Point

9 Worship Places Religious places in BMCPoint


Application Of Visual Basic

Ø Selection of tools and components to be used in visual Basic


Ø Fixing the forms pattern and designing of the forms
Ø Writing codes and use the properties options on the component of
Visual Basic
Ø Implementation of the system and conversion to executable file(.exe)
and transfer of the information system as package
Integration of Visual Basic and Arc Map through
DDE Technology

Ø Hyperlinking
Ø Development of Application Product through Dynamic Data Exchange
(DDE) technology
Ø Web browser tool
Ø Building Information as a package

Hyperlinking

Ø Identify the location in which the hyperlink has to be set using the
identify tool in Arc Map
Ø Right click the attribute table of the selected location and add the
hyperlink
Ø Publish the map with the help of publisher extension in ArcMap .(The file
will be then saved in .pmf format)
Ø Open the saved .pmf file in ArcReader and click on the location that is
hyperlinked
Ø The user will be directed to the information system developed in Visual
Basic 6.0


Development of Application Product through
Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) technology
Ø Ability to generate thematic base maps
Ø Ability to browse and make selections
Ø Ability to display of the selected Tourist spot details.
Ø Ability to update the database files.

Flowchart depicting the work flow for the
development of application
Results and Discussion

Ø Road Network Map of Bhubaneswar


Ø Tourist destinations in Bhubaneswar

Welcome Screen
Menu Screen
Road Published Map
Tourist published Map
Tourist Map of Bhubaneswar
Conclusion

Ø As tourism management and development become large in scope, and


are becoming international Popular.
Ø GIS application has made the study much more simplified and produces
results in an attractive manner.
Ø Tourism has changed a lot since the early days and so have the
reasons changed for travelling
References

Ø Report on College information System for Thiruvanthapuram District


using application of GIS and Visual Basic by Srija Santhosh,Fasliya
K.,Aliya
Ø www.esri.com
Ø www.orissatourism.gov.in
Ø www.otdc.in
Ø www.gisdevelopment.net
Ø www.google.co.in
Ø www.wikipedia.com

Thanks