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1 NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the WW Europa Challenge Patrick Hogan, NASA – USA Maria Antonia Brovelli, Politecnico di Milano –Como Campus – Italy Raffaele de Amicis, GraphiTech - Italy Peter Bauman, Jacobs University – Germany Gabor Remetey-Fülöpp, HUNAGI – Hungary 37 th WGISS Meeting hosted by NASA Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral, 17 April, 2014 Presented by:

2 Outline Relevance of NASA World Wind, open source, in analysis and visualisation for the EO data and service providers Earth visualisation: some of the best apps from the WW Europa Challenge 2013 NASA WW Europa Challenge 2014 NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

3 Relevance of NASA WW in the WGISS context NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

4 Relevance of NASA WW in the WGISS context Aligned with the interest of the EO data community and service providers: Widening the EO user community especially students and young professionals! Empowering SMEs to use EO data not only as consumer but supplier Offering Open Source apps and facilitating Open Data to be widely accessible even in the mobile device environment (Android and iOS) NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014 Geospatial Web Enablement OGC Sensor Web Enabled (SWE) Spatial data connectivity

5 NASA World Wind Virtual globe technology enabling apps development via an open source platform with emphasis on interactive data analysis: Virtual Globe + Sensor Data = Geobrowser Native context (virtual globe) for spatial data Geobrowser for the FOSS4G community NASA Software of the Year, 2009 WW User community www.WordWindCentral.comwww.WordWindCentral.com NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014 Relevance of NASA WW in the WGISS context

6 NASA WW ready to use! Digital Terrain Model (DTM): SRTM30Plus for bathymetry (30”) arc-sec ~900m), SRTM3 v2 v4.1 (3 arc-sec, ~90m) ASTER (~30m), USGS NED (~30m, ~10m US only) IMAGERY: BlueMarble, Earth’s 12 Seasons (500m), Landsat (15m) MS Virtual Earth Aerial Imagery (1m) NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014 Relevance of NASA WW in the WGISS context

7 NASA World Wind Freedom to develop any functionality makes World Wind suitable for any application. Allows full control over the quality and accuracy of both the spatial data and the terrain. Supports OGC compliant WMS servers for access to spatial data to place anywhere on the globe surface. NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014 Relevance of NASA WW in the WGISS context

8 World Wind facilitates Innovation and Competitiveness Provides the virtual globe for any geospatial data! Climate: Simulation tool for any Earth data Weather: Visualization tool for 3D time-series data Satellites: Technology for visually tracking satellites Satellite Data: Technology for delivering satellite data Aeronautics: European Aviation Safety Agency, Next-Gen ATC National security: Defense applications Natural Disasters: Emergency response Robotics: Virtual world for remote systems NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session. Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

9 Besides imagery and elevation data, it is possible to locate any spatial data on the globe: Video-on-terrain 2D objects: – Lines – Polygons – Markers – Multimedia – Etc. Browser windows 3D objects, built up from geometric primitives, as parallelepipeds, spheres, extruded polygons, etc. NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014 WW Platforms are: World Wind Java, World Wind iOS, World Wind Android Version 2.0 of World Wind (JOGL v2) release next month Relevance of NASA WW in the WGISS context

10 JSatTrak Example: World Wind provides the platform to visually manage satellite activity including analyses and delivery of satellite data NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session. Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014 World Wind facilitates Innovation and Competitiveness

11 National Defense  US Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines  US Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center  US Missile Defense Agency  US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency  US National Guard for Katrina  US White House Military Office Private Sector International  AGI/STK  BAE Systems  General Dynamics  Lockheed Martin  Motorola  Northrop Grumman National Labs  Argonne National Laboratory  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory  Los Alamos National Laboratory  Oak Ridge National Laboratory  Sandia National Laboratory US Government  Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)  National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA)  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin. (NOAA)  US Department of Agriculture (USDA)  US Department of Defense (DoD)  US Department of Energy (DoE)  US Department of State, Haiti Disaster Response  US Geological Survey (USGS) A Sample of the NASA World Wind User Community  DLR  ESA  JAXA  NATO  PEMEX  World Bank  Governments NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

12 NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

13 Visualisation: selected best practices from the WWEC 2013 NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

14 IGO SOFTWARE S.L. (Cáceres, Spain) GLOB3 MOBILE INC. (San Francisco, USA) NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014 EXAMPLES https://www.dropbox.com/ sh/xu12w1qn9xqk2ii/yPiP 4048SI?n=26496157#lh:n ull-WWJ_EST-WA.mpeg Geomatics Lab – Politecnico di Milano (Como, Italy)

15 Geomatics Lab – Politecnico di Milano (Como, Italy) NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014 EXAMPLES https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xu12w1 qn9xqk2ii/yPiP4048SI?n=26496157# lh:null-WWJ_Historical_Maps.mpeg A Social World Wind Platform http://geomobile.como.polimi.it/policrowd/ Laboratorio di Geomatica Polo Territoriale di Como Politecnico di Milano

16 NASA WW Europa Challenge 2014 NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

17 University Project Build an application that serves the INSPIRE Directive and uses World Wind. A team of three to five students, from a single university, with any mix of undergraduate, graduate and PhD students. Each team must have a mentor. The mentor can be a professor, an associate or assistant professor, or an official lecturer at the same university as the team. For graduate students, a single member team is also allowed. Professional SME Project Small businesses can compete in the professional category with the same criteria as above only there is no limit on team members or any mentor requirement. Europa Challenge 2014 NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

18 Organizers Presented by Scientific Committee Patrick Hogan, NASA Peter Baumann, Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany Maria Antonia Brovelli, Politecnico di Milano, Italy Max Craglia, European Commission-JRC Keith Cressman, UN/FAO Suha Ulgen, UN/UNSDI Karl Donert, Eurogeo Gabor Remetey, Hungarian Association for Geo-information (HUNAGI), Budapest, Hungary Bob Bishop, ICES Foundation, Geneve, Switzerland Raffaele De Amicis, GraphiTech Giuseppe Conti, Trilogis Thomas Bartoschek, University of Munster Europa Challenge 2014 http://eurochallenge.como.polimi.it/ NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

19 University Teams Projects Workshop and Award Ceremony at FOSS4G Europe Bremen 15-17 July, 2014 Supported by Peter Baumann of Jacobs Univ. Application deadline: by 31 May 2014! http://www.foss4g-e.org/ NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

20 SMEs Teams Projects SMEs category – efforts led by Raffaele de Amicis Workshop and Award Ceremony at INSPIRE 2014 Conference in Aalborg, Denmark 16-20 June, 2013 Application deadline: by 31 May 2014 http://www.foss4g-e.org/ NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

21 Just A Few Topics for the Europa Challenge Advanced Graphical three dimensional visualization of INSPIRE compliant Atmospheric conditions both static and dynamic over time. From simple spatial forms (isolines, grids, etc.) to live effects visualisation. Procedural Object rendering from INSPIRE compliant imageries (i.e. WMS layers): visualization of three dimensional objects over specific areas of the terrain, based on an analysis of image data and geometries taken from remote image datasets: e.g. trees on forest area, ships on the seas, buildings on residential/commercial/industrial areas. Interactive visualisation of INSPIRE natural risk zones, like areas prone to flooding, earthquake, eruptions, landslides and avalanches with graphical and mathematical simulations of these phenomena. Interactive visualisation of INSPIRE compliant urban furniture such as water underground pipelines with detail visualization and editing. Advanced fire spread simulation based on INSPIRE compliant digital earth elevation models, terrain type and weather conditions. NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

22 Conclusions 1.World Wind, as open infrastructure, enhances competition, increases innovation, and accelerates development of IT solutions. 2.World Wind 3D visualization technology gives any application the means to express, manipulate and analyze data in a virtual representation of the real world. 3.World Wind provides unlimited opportunity for entrepreneurial solutions that serve unlimited spatial information management needs for any desired functionality. 4.By contrast, Google offers an application with pre-determined functionality. ‘Flat’ satellite imagery becomes a virtual world Dynamic data comes ‘alive’ according to your needs Your custom analysis tool interacts with any data NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014

23 Special thank to all the people involved in the Europa Challenge! NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology and the Europa Challenge. 37th CEOS WGISS Meeting, Technology Exploration Interest Group Session Cocoa Beach/Cape Canaveral FL, 17 April 2014


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