Presentation on theme: "World Meteorological Organization Working together in weather, climate and water RA-VI Scenario WMO Jochen Dibbern Chair WG-TDI Deutscher Wetterdienst."— Presentation transcript:
World Meteorological Organization Working together in weather, climate and water RA-VI Scenario WMO Jochen Dibbern Chair WG-TDI Deutscher Wetterdienst RA VI Workshop on the implementation of WIS (Sofia, Bulgaria, 1 - 3 November 2011)
Introduction Content RA-VI Work Structure for WIS and WIGOS: Working Group on Technology Development and Implementation Status of Telecommunication Networks in RA-VI WIS Centres and Pilot Projects in RA-VI
WG-TDI Terms of Reference (a)To provide overall technical guidance, assistance and support for the implementation of the WIGOS and WIS concepts in Regional Association VI; (b)To contribute to the development and implementation of WIGOS in the Region; (c) To coordinate the redesign of RBSN/RBCN as a WIGOS Demonstration Project; (d)To coordinate WIGOS implementation in the Region taking into account the planning and implementation of the WMO Information System (WIS); (e)To coordinate the implementation of WIS including further improvement of the RMDCN; (f)To monitor availability of data, identify deficiencies and propose measures for their resolution;
WG-TDI Terms of Reference (g)To monitor developments in data processing and forecasting systems, make recommendations to strengthen collaboration, represent the Region in the CBS Inter- Commission Team on Global Data-Processing and Forecasting System (ICT-GDPFS); (h)To promote greater access to and exploitation of ensemble prediction products, nowcasting techniques and long-range forecasting; (i)To keep under review regional practices and guidelines relevant to observing networks and instrument and method of observation, and to foster efficient collaborative network of Regional Instrument Centres in RA VI; (j)To serve as a focal point for WWRP-Thorpex activities in the Region. (k)To liaise with WG/CH and WG/SDP on matters related to technology development and implementation.
WG-TDI Work Structure Chair:Jochen Dibbern – Germany Vice-Chair:Matteo Dell’Acqua – France Core Members: ISS-West:Chris Little – UK ISS-East:Leonid Bezruk – Russian Federation DPFS:Laurent Perron, France Chairs of TTs TT-WIS/DI: G.-R. Hoffmann – Germany TT-MTDCF:Eva Cervena – Czech Republic TT-RBON:Klaus-Jürgen Schreiber – Germany TT-RMDCN:Matteo Dell’Acqua – France TT-RICs: Drago Groselj – Slovenia
TT WIS /DI - Terms of Reference 1.Review the recommendations and proposals developed by CBS- ICT-ISS relevant to WIS development and implementation and by ICG-WIS, and develop an implementation plan for RA-VI, 2.Assess the implementation aspects for Region VI, 3.Coordinate pilot project installations of GISC and DCPC centres in RA-VI and monitor the VGISC development, 4.Assist Region VI centres in joining the WIS, 5.Liaise with the relevant CBS-OPAG-ISS Expert Teams, 6.Identify implementation issues requiring the consideration of the OPAG-ISS-ETs, 7.Monitor the progress of IGDDS development and implementation, 8.Monitor the implementation of the INSPIRE directive, and guarantee compliance with WIS data model defined by IPET-MDI.
TT WIS /DI - Members of the TT Chair:G.-R. Hoffmann, DWD – Germany Chris Little, UKMO – UK Lothar Wolf, EUMETSAT Baudoin Raoult, ECMWF Roar Skalin, Met.no Leonid Bezruk (Russian Federation)
WIS Centres in RA-VI (1) GISCs –Designated by Cg-XVI: DWD, Météo France, UK Met Office –Conditionally designated: Moscow, Russian Federation DCPCs –International Organisations (i.e. EUMETSAT, ECMWF) –NMHSs –Research Institutes, National and International Data Centres NCs
WIS Centres in RA-VI (2) Examples of DCPCs connected to the DWD-GISC –5 Internal DCPCs: RTH, RSMC, RCC, GPCC, GRUAN-LC –4 external DCPCs: DKRZ, EUMETSAT, ECMWF, met.no (ADC) –Different DCPC Pilot Projects: Alfred Wegener Institute (Pangaea data centre) DLR ESA (project GECA-Generic Environment for Calibration and Validation Analysis) BALTRAD Data Centre