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1 April 2002 February 29, 2012 Tracy Hansen Bryon Lawrence

2 April Overview Project Overview Prototype Work Next Steps and Future work

3 April Contributors Paula McCaslin Charlie Paxton Bunny Pfau Evan Polster Nico Preston Jim Ramer Mike Romberg Bob Rood Kevin Scharfenberg Steve Schotz Logan Smith Jennifer Spinney Jennifer Valdez Joe Wakefield Susan Williams Leigh Cheatwood Harris Yu-ru Chen Gina Chien David Etim John Ferree Tom Filiaggi Chris Golden Herb Grote Eve Gruntfest Tracy Hansen Xiangbao Jing Bryon Lawrence Tom LeFebvre Mark Mathewson Greg Machala

4 4 Collaborations AWIPS II NWSWarn NSSL PHI Iris / iNWS COMET RENCI MDL Meteorological Development Lab University of Wisconsin NWS National Centers NCEP Development Team NWS Partners OHD, NWS Hydrologists Workshop participants BOU Office NSSL National Severe Storms Lab RTS Raytheon Technical Services AWIPS II Extended Collaboration Data Delivery Thin Client Verification SSWIM Social Science Woven Into Meteorology Central Weather Bureau,Taiwan

5 5 Iterative Feedback Process “Build a little / Test a little” 5 Feedback Incorporated into next iteration Demo Sessions Prototype User

6 6 Social Science Partner Research Social Science Woven into Meteorology (SSWIM) SSWIM brought on board 2009 Preliminary Results from Current Research shared at AMS 2011 Today, provide a brief overview of the social science component and share several practical applications for the Hazard Services prototype design. Jen Spinney, Researcher carrying out social science component of project

7 7 Funding and Resources National Weather Service – OS&T (Office of Science and Technology) GSD DDF (Global Systems Division Discretionary Director) and Base Funds CWB (Central Weather Bureau) Taiwan COMET – University of Southern Florida Southern Region – NWSWarn MDL personnel

8 8 Hazard Services Project Portal : integratedhazards.noaa.gov

9 9 Purpose -- Integrate Hazard Tools Phase 1 9 WARNGEN (< 1 hour) GHG (Hours-Days) RiverPro (Days) Hazard Services

10 10 Purpose -- Integrate Hazard Tools Phase 2 10 WARNGEN (< 1 hour) GHG (Hours-Days) RiverPro (Days) Hazard Services NMAP (National)

11 11 Purpose -- Two-way Communication Phase 3 11 AWIPS II CAVE -- Forecasters Web -- Partners: EM's, Broadcasters Spotters, Publics IHIS serves as a vehicle for social science (RENCI / SSWIM) research into Partner Requirements to be realized by NWS National “Cloud” Hazards Impacts

12 12 Project History 2004 OSIP Project / Next Generation Warning Tool team – Telecons for Concept and Requirements discussions 2008 Workshop Norman OK, 130 attendees – 50% NWS / 50% partners (FEMA, EM’s, etc.) 2009 Integrated Hazard Information Services Workshop hosted by GSD, 70 attendees – Forecasters / partners / developers / social scientists – Initial User Interface designed for prototyping 2010 Prototyping – Web-based short-fused tornado warning – Established basic user interface through rapid forecaster feedback – Looking ahead to two-way communication

13 13 Project History 2011 Prototype work – AWIPS II CAVE Prototypes – short-fused, long- fused, hydro – Utilization of PGEN drawing tools – GIS data – hospitals, Iris spotter reports, Census – Design and partial development for “Live Data” – Web-based prototype (prior to May) – Attended IWT Workshop – Hydro/Partners 2011 Workshops – Attended IWT Workshop – Hydro/Partners – Hazard Services Workshop II (Sept) – Engaged user community and began defining IOC requirements

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22 22 Short-fused Tornado Warning

23 23 Short-fused Tornado Warning

24 24 Long-fused Winter Storm Warning

25 25 Long-fused Winter Storm Warning

26 April 2002 Integrated Hazard Information Services Moving from Product-Centric to Information-Centric Hazard Information Still need to store both legacy VTEC (Valid Time Event Code) product-centric information along with “atomic” information-centric information.

27 April Hazard Creation : Grids, Polygons, Points, Paths (Drawn or Calculated) -> Product Generation SBN National Distributed Database Atomic Hazard Information VTEC Information Hazard Services – Data Storage Information Centric Product Centric

28 28 Next Steps and Future Work

29 29 Summary of Prototyping Work – Prototyping has “Touched on” ~60% of requirements Provided a good launching point for gathering functional requirements and IOC design Yet only covers ~20% of the functionality

30 30 Future Work -- Integrated GSD / RTS team for Phase 1 production development -- Goals: OSIP Gate 3 and IOC -- Development Tasks – Data Transformation Framework for algorithms such as Recommenders and Text Products – Database Solution – working with Iris team on storage formats, security, authentication – User Interface and Forecast Process – common GUI for efficient and accurate hazard generation

31 Common Data Access Common Tools – iTools, Recommenders, Text Products Collaboration Real-time Data Sharing National Data “Cloud” Hazard Services across perspectives A possible step toward integrating AWIPS Applications


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