Enhance GeoEvent Incident detector to return the Name of the GeoFence

Idea created by mggeagle-co-nz-esridist Employee on Aug 2, 2016
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    • billfox
    • banone77
    • mc_gis
    • mgmccart
    • MGieser
    • lraeDCGSN
    • rchueh
    • emanalsaif

    Hi There,

    Currently if a track geometry enters or leaves or otherwise interacts with a GeoFence the output incident geoevent definition only includes the trackId of the geometry, but no way to know which GeoFence the track intersected.  It would be great, and only a small change to include the name of the GeoFence as well. I think this is sort of discussed here: https://geonet.esri.com/thread/90928#comment-445058 and it appears to be difficult at present.

     

    Current incident schema:

    {"type": "FeatureCollection", "features": [{

      "type" : "Feature",

      "geometry" : {

        "type" : "Point",

        "coordinates" : [ 174.805307, -41.23765 ],

        "crs" : {

          "type" : "name",

          "properties" : {

            "name" : "EPSG:4326"

          }

        }

      },

      "properties" : {

        "id" : "1aea19ed-a853-42a0-90bc-142737ed6528",

        "name" : "Vehicle has entered a depot",

        "type" : "Cumulative",

        "status" : "Started",

        "alertType" : "Notification",

        "openCondition" : "(ENTER_ANY (200mBuffer/.*))",

        "closeCondition" : "NOT((ENTER_ANY (200mBuffer/.*)))",

        "description" : "Started at 3/08/16 9:32 AM",

        "timestamp" : 1470173555000,

        "definitionName" : "input-rest-xml-eroads",

        "definitionOwner" : "mgraham",

        "trackId" : "BZG123 Truck",

        "duration" : 0,

        "dismissed" : false,

        "assignedTo" : "",

        "note" : ""

      }

    }

     

    I'd love to see:

    ...

        "definitionName" : "input-rest-xml-eroads",

        "definitionOwner" : "mgraham",

        "trackId" : "BZG123 Truck",

        "geoFence" : "Auckland Depot 1"

        "duration" : 0,

    ...

     

    RJ Sunderman GeoEvent Team