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1 ANFAS Data Fusion for Flood Analysis and Decision Support January 2000 - January 2003

2 Contents Project presentation Work plan Final/Minimal objectives Deliverables for first year

3 European Commission 5 th RTD Framework Information Society Directorate (DGXIII) Information Society Technologies program (IST)

4 Background IOA/Matra-MSI/INRIA joint project since 1997 : “Flood monitoring using Image processing” IAP/IMAG joint project since 1998 : “Data assimilation for geophysical flows” IRSA Web GIS : “GeoBeans” European expertise on Integrated Information Systems

5 Impact First integrated information system using the most advanced Computer Science and Applied Mathematics tools for flood risk management. Most important scientific cooperation between China and European Commission

6 Partnership Europe European Research Consortium in Informatics and Mathematics France Bureau de Recherche en Géologie et Minerais Matra Systèmes et Information Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et Automatique Greece FORT-H PR China Institute of Automation Institute of Remote Sensing Applications Institute of Atmospheric Physics Slovakia Institute of Informatics, Slovak Academy of Sciences UK University of Reading RAL/CCLRC

7 Budget Total : 3.947 Meuros = 32.76 Mrmb European contribution : 2.947 Meuros –IST : 1.6 Meuros –Partners : 1.347 Meuros Chinese contribution : 1 Meuros –Ministry of Science and Technology : 900 Keuros –Partners : 100 Keuros 1 euro = 1US$

8 Objectives Science Application System Prototype

9 Scientific goals Computer Vision Numerical simulation Computer Vision : Data fusion for updating Numerical simulation : Data Models

10 Application goals To evaluate scenarios To perform large scale simulation Risk management

11 System Prototype Support Decision System for Risk Management flood analysis and simulation flood prevention and monitoring

12 A multi-disciplinary project Computer vision Scientific computing Remote sensing Geographic information system (GIS) Internet/intranet technology Hydrology, hydraulic science

13 Pilot sites China : –Poyang lake (Jiangxi) –Three gorges reservoir (Hubei, Sichuan) Europe : –Loire river (France) –Vah river (Slovakia)



16 Contents Project presentation Work plan Final/Minimal objectives Deliverables for first year

17 Work Plan Scene modelling from images Flood modelling and simulation Geographic Information System PilotoperationsPilotoperations System integration

18 Workpackage 1: GIS WP1.1 : Specification of the relevant data WP4, WP2, WP3 t0------t0+6 WP1.2 : Acquisition of the Data WP4 t0------------t0+12 WP1.3 : Specification of the GIS to be used WP5, WP4 t0------t0+6

19 Workpackage 1 : GIS WP1.4 : Preparing and converting the data in electronic format t0+6------------t0+18 WP1.5 : Integrating the Data in the GIS t0+12------------t0+24 WP1.6 : Integration of the WP2 Dataset WP2 t0+18------------t0+30

20 Workpackage 2 : Computer Vision WP2.1 : Specification and acquisition of the images WP4 t0------t0+6 WP2.2 : Ortho-geocoding of the 2D images t0------t0+6 WP2.3 : Lithological information extraction t0+6------------t0+18

21 Workpackage 2 : Computer Vision WP2.4 : High resolution Digital Terrain Model (DTM) reconstruction t0+6------------t0+18 WP2.5 : Matching 2D/2D images data for classification and change detection multi-modality, multi-temporal t0+6------------t0+18

22 Workpackage 2 : Computer Vision WP2.6 : Matching information from 2D images (WP2.5) and DTM/DEM (WP2.4, WP2.7) t0+12------------t0+24 WP1 WP2.7 : Registration of 3D reconstruction results (DTM) and low resolution Digital Elevation Model (DEM) t0+12------------t0+24 WP1

23 Workpackage 2 : Computer Vision WP2.8 : Integration in an operational system t0+18------------------t0+36 Images, DTM 3D geometric and photometric model

24 Workpackage 3 : Flood simulation WP3.1 : Data identification t0------------------------------------t0+36 WP4 WP3.2 : Physical Model specification t0------------------------t0+24 WP4 WP3.3 : Numerical simulation and model validation t0+0------------t0+30 WP1

25 Workpackage 3 : Flood simulation WP3.4 : Calibration procedure t0+18------------------t0+36 WP3.5 : HPCN Implementation t0+12------------------------t0+36 WP3.6 : Data assimilation t0------------------------------------t0+36

26 Workpackage 4 : Pilot operations WP4.1 : End-users requirements t0------t0+6 WP4.2 : Needs specification t0------------t0+12 WP4.3 : Specification of scenarios t0+12------------t0+24

27 WP4.4 : Impact assessment t0+18------------t0+30 WP1 WP4.5 : Demonstrations t0+24------------t0+36 WP1, WP5 Workpackage 4 : Pilot operations

28 Workpackage 5 : System Integration WP5.1 : Design of the Information System architecture t0+6------t0+12 WP5.2 : Development of the software facilities t0+6------------------------t0+30 WP5.3 : Integration and Implementation t0+12------------------------t0+36

29 Workpackage 6 : Management Manager (EC) : Olivier Monga (ERCIM) Co-Manager (MST) : Ma Songde (IOA) Assistant Managers : Bruno Le Dantec (ERCIM), Véronique Prinet (IOA) Secretary : Laetitia Jodas (ERCIM), Zhang Fan (IOA)

30 Workpackage 6 : Management WP1 –Responsible : Poulicos Prastacos (Forth) ; Co-responsible : Yang Chongjun (IRSA) –Tasks responsibility sharing : Poulicos Prastacos : Data in European sites, GIS in European sites,... Yang Chongjun : Data in Chinese sites, GIS in Chinese sites,…

31 Workpackage 6 : Management WP2 –Responsible : Steve Maybank (Reading) ; Co-responsible : Tan Tienu (IOA) –Common tasks : Both sides will process all site images

32 Workpackage 6 : Management WP3 –Responsible : François Xavier Le Dimet (INRIA) Co-responsible : Zeng Qingcun (IAP) –Task responsibility sharing : F.X. Le Dimet : Data assimilation, Models,... Zeng Q.C. : Meteorological forecasting,...

33 Workpackage 6 : Management WP4 –Responsible : François Giraud (BRGM) Co-responsible : Yang Chongjun (IRSA) –Task responsibility sharing : F. Giraud : European sites, demonstrations in European sites Yang C.J. : Chinese sites, demonstrations in Chinese sites

34 Workpackage 6 : Management WP5 –Responsible : Patrick Houdry ( Aerospatiale-MSI ) Co-responsible : Ma Songde (IOA) –Task responsibility sharing : P. Houdry : Conception, Development… Ma S.D. : Adaptation to Chinese users, Development

35 Workpackage 6 : Management WP7 : Assessment and evaluation –Responsible : Bruno Le Dantec (ERCIM) Co-responsible : Yang ChongJun (IRSA) –task responsibility sharing : B. Le Dantec : peer review in Europe Yang C.J. : peer review in China

36 Workpackage 6 : Management WP8 : Dissemination and implementation –Responsible : Bruno Le Dantec (ERCIM) Co-responsible : Ma Songde (IOA) –Task sharing B. Le Dantec : Europe Ma S.D. : China

37 Workpackage 7 :Assessment and evaluation Project reviews every six months (first one : July 2000) Comparison with existing systems

38 Workpackage 8 : Dissemination and Implementation Project Web server : Users group Workshops (first one scheduled in July 2000) Concertation meetings Technology implementation plan

39 Contents Project presentation Work plan Final/Minimal objectives Deliverables for first year

40 Integrated System System : 3 autonomous sub-systems : Geographic Information System Computer Vision Numerical Simulation GIS Computer Vision Numerical Simulation

41 Integrated System : minimal objective Minimal objectives for each subsystem “We will not hesitate to prefer simple but robust methods (eventually interactive) rather than a complex but not reliable approach. In particular the system should be able to run with a small amount of data” (Technical Annex, page 12) GIS Computer Vision Numerical Simulation

42 GIS : Minimal Objective Minimal layers Minimal data set GIS

43 Computer Vision : Minimal Objective scene representation using interactive tools : –DTM from GIS matched interactively with 2D images –Manual segmentation Computer Vision

44 Numerical Simulation : Minimal Objective To estimate by the simulation the flooded areas with an acceptable maximal error Numerical Simulation

45 Sub-system interdependence The Integrated System should work if one (or two) subsystem fails GIS Computer Vision Numerical Simulation

46 Integrated System : Key points Sub-systems interfaces Data format Specific Man-Machine Interfaces for each sub- system ? GIS Computer Vision Numerical Simulation

47 Contents Project presentation Work plan Final/Minimal objectives Deliverables for first year

48 Deliverables ( 1st year)


50 Questions ? Objective of each partner about the project and the kick-off meeting.

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