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Work Package 2 / 3 TECHNOLOGIAL & PROCEDURAL HARMONISATION FixO3 General Assembly 14 th to the 16 th October 2014, Heraklion-CRETE Marc Nogueras, Universitat.

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1 Work Package 2 / 3 TECHNOLOGIAL & PROCEDURAL HARMONISATION FixO3 General Assembly 14 th to the 16 th October 2014, Heraklion-CRETE Marc Nogueras, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - SARTI,

2 WP 2 / WP3 – Technological & Procedural Harmonisation Task 2.1:Review of the current status of all fixed observing sites Task 3.1: Assessment of procedures Current status of the Observatory (October 2014) Position: °N °E Type: cabled bottom and buoy Payload-parameters: PTZ camera, CTD, Hydrophone, Doopler Waves and Current meter, Seismometer, Buoy with Meteo People involved: SARTI research group (UPC), ICM (CSIC) Obsea subsea node and buoy

3 Data Management and Data Access Real Time (parameters) Live Camera Land Meteo Station (Temperature, Humidity, Wind Speed/Direction, Pressure) CTD (Temperature, Pressure, conductivity, salinity, sound speed) Hydrophone (sound) ADCP (waves and current information) Buoy Live camera Meteo (Temperature, pressure, Wind) Seismometer (last day graphs) Delayed Mode: Same parameters: Data available through Emodnet Physics Data Portal and SOS server: sos-webapp/service?service=SOS&request=GetCapabilitieshttp://esonet.epsevg.upc.es:8082/obsea- sos-webapp/service?service=SOS&request=GetCapabilities SARTI UPC Personal manages the data series. WP 2 / WP3 – Technological & Procedural Harmonisation Task 2.1:Review of the current status of all fixed observing sites Task 3.1: Assessment of procedures

4 Significant results/highlights during the first year project The UPC team has implemented at Obsea some of the QC procedures defined in SeaDataNet. DATA QUALITY CONTROL PROCEDURES document, for the instruments deployed. The following papers are published.SeaDataNet. DATA QUALITY CONTROL PROCEDURES Daniel M. Toma, Albert Garcia-Benadí, Bernat-Joan Mànuel-González, Joaquín del-Río-Fernández. Systematic quality control for long term ocean observations and applications. International workshop on Metrology for Meteorology and Climate September , 2014 Brdo, Slovenia Daniel Toma, Ikram Bghiel, Joaquin del Rio, Alberto Hidalgo, Normandino Carreras, and Antoni Manuel. “Automated Data Quality Assurance using OGC SensorWeb Enablement Frameworks for Marine Observatories”. Geophysical Research Abstracts. Vol. 16, EGU , 2014.EGU General Assembly 2014 The UPC team in collaboration with other institutution are working about instruments and platforms interoperability. Some results are published in this recent publication: del Rio, J. et. Al “Standards-Based Plug & Work for Instruments in Ocean Observing Systems”. IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, (Volume:39, Issue: 3 )Oceanic Engineering, Issue: 3 WP 2 / WP3 – Technological & Procedural Harmonisation Task 2.1:Review of the current status of all fixed observing sites Task 3.1: Assessment of procedures

5 WP 2 / WP3 – Technological & Procedural Harmonisation Task 2.1:Review of the current status of all fixed observing sites Task 3.1: Assessment of procedures Operating Scheme/Schematic (with time intervals) Pre-deployment: 2 weeks Deployment: 2 days On the field

6 Pre-deployment (procedures in short) (2 weeks) Design issues (4 days) – Fill the OBSEA Instrument Data Sheet (OIDS) – Prepare OBSEA connection cables – Installation of the data receiving software on a test computer or specific server – Connectivity test to OBSEA network Programming maintenance/service issues (periodic/after failure) – Visual Inspections – Instrument deploy and recovery operations – Emergency actions Calibration issues – Program of calibration operations Preparations (1 Week) – Instrument mounting for test in hyperbaric chamber – Validation of the instrument in the on shore laboratory Equipment (1 day) – Preparation and review of the instrument brackets and anchoring parts – Preparation for deployment WP 2 / WP3 – Technological & Procedural Harmonisation Task 2.1:Review of the current status of all fixed observing sites Task 3.1: Assessment of procedures

7 Deployment (procedures in short) (2 days) Means (R/V, ship?, divers, ROV?) – Small operations (Instrument deployments up to 100kg) 1 small boat available on demand Team of 7 specialized divers familiarized with the observatory – Big operations Subcontract of professional diving company with technical ship Maintenance on board – Simple maintenance operations on board can be done on board by the divers team – Usually maintenance of instruments is done on shore due to the proximity of the coast Testing/Validation – Test after deployment can be done during the diving operation thanks to the visual communication between divers and on the shore team Deployment procedures (2 days) – Preparation day before: Pre-deployment briefing: definition of land and divers teams tasks Check of instruments to deploy and support material – Operation Day Phone coordination between diving team and on shore team Underwater operation and real time validation check On site validation after deployment WP 2 / WP3 – Technological & Procedural Harmonisation Task 2.1:Review of the current status of all fixed observing sites Task 3.1: Assessment of procedures

8 On the field (procedures in short) Data transfer – Real time communication with the instrument through OBSEA cabled network Communication using UDP or TCP/IP Surveys – Visual inspection every 6 weeks – Particular inspection as required by the instrument Emergencies – Access to the observatory in two working days Day 1: Preparation of material, contact boat, filling air compressed bottles Day 2: Off shore maintenance operation Data post processing – Data received is stored in raw mode (as it gets from the instrument) and inserted in a SQL database Real Time Data published in the OBSEA website On demand historic data through a web interface – RTQC monitors data quality – Alarm system detects missing data WP 3 – Procedural Harmonisation Task 3.1: Assessment of procedures


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