3 Web Service Catalog in GEOINT Online Web ServicesWeb Services are helping to transform NGA into a services provider and broker of GEOINTby enabling faster, more modern ways for the warfighter and analyst to accessthe information they need.Coordinate ParseCountry NameDistance BearingElevationGeographic TranslatorGeoid HeightWeb services are being developed and deployed to transform NGA into a services provider and broker of GEOINT through enabling ready access to standard product data via commonly available tools (such as Google Earth, GeoMedia Pro, ESRI Arc Explorer, etc.)Web services enable faster, more modern ways for the warfighter and analyst to access the data they need, eliminating duplication of efforts, enabling better utilization of data for their tasks - They filter, receive, and project the specific data required into a standard web application or browser as a viewable digital mapSeveral web services are being incorporated into GEOINT Online – providing the warfighter and analyst with on-line, on-demand geospatial data, information, and knowledge servicesSince this “pathfinder” project began in FY2008, eGEOINT made great strides with web services by partnering with organizations throughout NGA to build/utilize services to meet specific mission threads.For example, eGEOINT and the Office of the Americas (PM) partnered to utilize GO and web services in support of the Haiti earthquake, Vancouver Winter Olympics, Presidential Inauguration, and Super Bowl.Sample web services include the Standard Metadata Tagging System (SMTS) (a collection of services that are used to take non-standard data sets and apply standard metadata to them), GEOID Height (returns the geoid height for a specified coordinate pair), and Country Name (determines which country or countries intersect with a specific point, line, or polygon).All of the web services are Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) compliant and provide properly marked data in a way that is interoperable with many client-based tools.A Web Service Catalog exists in GO, which provides a searchable list of all web services and key information about each service (https://www.geoint-online.net/community/NGAWebServices/default.aspx).MGRSSMTSGeoNamesStandard Data FootprintVMap0 Over EuropeWorld Magnetic ModelWeb Service Catalog in GEOINT Onlinehttps://geoint-online.nga.mil/community/NGAWebServices/default.aspx
4 Unclassified GEOINT Services Strategy NSG Partnerships and Brokering DOD Services, COCOMs,“Edge” ServersData Domain Trading Partners(Aeronautical, Maritime, etc)Data Request from GEOINT Consumer (self, assisted)Geo-Sensor HardwareC2, C4ISR,Model and Sim,Coalition PartnersCo-Producers,GGI Contractors,Other Formal Exchange PartnersHardware-GeneratedUSGS DISA DHS COCOMs DIAData Needs, RTM(Resource Tasking Management)Trusted Government ProvidersStandards-based Data ServicesThe storage, visualization and dissemination of diverse Geoint Sources and Products utilizing the Open Standards like (OGC) from distributed sources using Commercial, Civil and Private providers on the UNCL domain: Note for DISA’s Metadata Repository for Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) - instead of just saying UNCLASS say CUI. Adds depth to the concept of "trusted vendors" - to include handling of CUI data. See: (CUI replaces "Sensitive But Unclassified").Key CUI points:(#3 fits nicely with our 2nd graphic - "where CDPs fit",1. Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act (IRTPA) established Information Sharing Council (ISC)- 16 members (CIA, DoD, DNI, DHS, OMB, DOJ, DOI, etc.)2. IRPTA also established Information Sharing Environment (ISE)- policies, procedures, and technologies linking resources (people, systems, databases, and information)3. Three primary non-federal ISE partners are:a. state, local, and tribal governmentsb. private sector entitiesc. foreign entities4. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is CUI Executive Agent2-way services on the high-side are labeled as such... so we should just mention the need without stating specifics.Other Data SourcesState, local, and tribalCommercial SensorsCommercial Value-AddParticipating countriesPrivate sectorOpen Source“Shoebox” GEOINT Data to CDPsData ServicesTrustedCommercial Data-Service ProvidersNGA as NSG Data Broker Data Discovery and Access Services: Service and Data Interoperability
5 Intelink Collaboration Tools Infrastructure and Application Service Providers (ISP/ASP) Now Service Multiple AgenciesIntelink Collaboration ToolsIntelink-U Only(Unclassified)
6 What else can it do for me? UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIED
7 Connecting the dots…UNCLASSIFIEDRouting service using web services: GetMap (WMS), GetFeature (WFS), Buffer geometry, custom geoprocessing, routing w/barriersUNCLASSIFIED
8 eGEOINT is Partnering Across the NSG US Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) Services Orthorectification, Transformation, Compression, License Management, DeliveryeGEOINT is also partnering across the NSG to uncover and access technologies that demonstrate the art of the possible…Other examples;SOUTHCOM (Haiti / SMTS)MCIA (Marines) - GV-ES PilotArmy Advanced Geospatial Center – GV-ES PilotUSGS / EROS Data CenterUS National Guard (PRT/ADT) - RDOGFt. Bragg Special Ops (DataDoors)Navy Research LabsDHS/FEMANASICAustraliaCanadaUS CensusUS Dept Of Agriculture
9 The Haiti crisis provided an excellent opportunity to introduce our metadata tagging service to ops in order to help manage the mountain of products being created by NGA and SOUTHCOM. Within the first two days of the crisis, the Unclassified Haiti Intellipedia site had over 50 pages full of products posted by our analysts. While these products were useful, finding and reusing the products proved futile. Utilizing our partners, we and EGM helped the Crisis Action team and SOUTHCOM to quickly implement the standard metadata tagging service to ensure that products were easier to find and manage.In addition, EGM had developed a process to ensure that products created at unclassified level could easily be made available on the other classified networks within minutes— something that had been very painful for them to manage in the past.As a lesson learned, PM developed a “user story” requesting to have an FOUO version of the standard metadata tagging service. The key to building web services and having them work together is loose coupling. Despite the term, building services that can be “loosely coupled” takes a lot of discipline as the developers have to conform to OGC standards and other industry best practices. The results are powerful in that a user can identify a need and a service can be built sometimes in just a matter of hours.Thus using our agile development process, our developers were able to incorporate this user story into the tagging service, so that when the Deepwater Oil Spill occurred, we had already developed an FOUO version of the tagging service and parts of PM were already using this service on the ops floor.By providing the standard metadata tagging service and showing them how to use the service, over 1300 products have been tagged and are retrievable for Haiti and over 700 so far for Deepwater Oil Spill efforts.
10 GEOINT Online: 1010 Market Street St. Louis, MO 63101 (5th Floor) Breezeway to Walnut St.From Stadium Parking garage or#40 Bus (if coming from NGA 2nd St.)1010 Market Street St. Louis, MO 63101Enter breezeway from Market or fromWalnut between 10th and 11th StreetsLat LonCity Garden
11 Omni Majestic Hotel Meeting Room 5th Floor TASC- 1010 Market St. George Clooney filmed “Up In The Air” in this building and at the airport…Stadium Westgarage (enter on 9th)Metro StopsCardinals Stadium…Metrolink Rail Station: 8th and PineAT&T (Southwestern Bell)Meeting Room 5th FloorTASC Market St.St. Louis, MO 63101Omni Majestic Hotel1019 Pine Street
13 GEOINT Online Services and Content Management: Anatomy of a Front Page Intelligence Article(GO discovery services to consolidate knowledge and accelerate its transfer to the reader)Map Coordinates, Map Title,Source Link, and Flyover HelpDerivative SourceWeb 2.0 Commentary(Twitter + Filter + Geonames Service)Primary SourceTitle and DatesRelated ImagesTime Sensitive Open Source(Aggregated and Filtered RSS Feed)Intelligence AnalysisStandards-based GEOINTData and Services(or emerging technologies like Photosynth)Recently FeaturedPermanent ArchiveFeedback/Suggestions
14 GEOINT Online Services and Content Management: Evolving from Product Dissemination to GEOINT Access ServicesNGA is transforming from product-oriented Content Management toward Data and Intelligence ServicesAcknowledge and formalize expanded role of Segment 86 from “Dissemination of Products” to “GeoInt Access Services”Promote stronger links between production / analytic activity and traditional IT Operations and O&M;Roles blurring as IT moves toward analytic support and as analytic functions develop their own IT solutionsBoth have value – but need to work together to maximize knowledge transferBranded GEOINT.Access Services Specific to“Topic of the Day”(Weather RSS + Filter + Geonames Service)
15 GEOINT Online Services and Content Management: Evolving from Product Dissemination to GEOINT Access ServicesGO discovery services to consolidate knowledge and accelerate knowledge transfer…Apply external tools as needed to take advantage of open-source data.Q?: Do content providers need non-attribution training?Examples: GO Content Managers offer services to GEOINT user community such as creation of COI templates that support various missions. Promotes faster deployment for new events, topics, users.Event-driven COI templatesCreate “EVENT templates for rapid deploymentCustomize web-services to meet mission-specific needsMaximize use of Open-Source data and servicesDNI and FEMA Event CategoriesProduction COI templates supporting standing missionsNIPF/ JSCP/ Title 10 Production-related COIsRegional / Country pagesSafety of NavigationData Steward COIsTool-specific (e.g. GPS data-ready content and services)Technical and Training COIsNST and Business-Related COIsetc.
16 Topic-specific Location Data and Services (e.g. KML) Primary Source Data(Portrayed in Geospatial Form)Derived Geospatial Data(Heading and Range)Opportunity: Develop stronger relationships with analysts and partners to find and share content more quickly…Geospatial Community Data(Web 2.0, Google Earth, Open Source)