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© 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc. Critical Infrastructure Protection Initiative (CIPI-1) Spring, 2003
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.2 CIPI-1 Sponsor Organizations
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.3 CIPI-1 Participant Organizations
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.4 OGC Critical Infrastructure Protection Initiative (CIPI) OGC Interoperability Initiative to test application of interoperable technology. Coordination with National, State, Provincial, and Local Government, and Non- Government Organizations. Enables growth of a collaborative, distributed network of critical infrastructure information sources and services based open standards and specs.
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.5 Improved Situational Awareness Improved Situational Awareness ANS/Situational Awareness Enhanced Security Capabilities Enhanced Security Capabilities Security Models Investigation Improved Cross Border Info Sharing Improved Cross Border Info Sharing Node Development OGC CIPI-1 (Build 1) Work Efforts OctNovDecJanFebMarApr Matured OGC Technical Baseline Matured OGC Technical Baseline OGC Specification Enhancements OGC Technical Baseline CIPI Architecture Specifications for Geoprocessing Interoperability (BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, TASC, Autodesk) CIPI-1 Sponsor Focus Areas Geo-ConnectionsCanada Geo-ConnectionsUSGS GeneralDynamics
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.6 Transnational Objective: Horizontal and Vertical Information Sharing at Multiple Levels Distributed Geoprocessing Resources may be accessed: –Vertically - Information sharing among National, Local, Provincial and State departments/agencies, and Private Sector. –Horizontally - Information sharing between National, Local, Provincial or State departments/agencies, and Private Sector. –Information may also be shared on a Transnational basis. National Provincial/State Local Transnational Responders, Analysts, Command Centers (Mobile and Fixed), Public, Consequence Managers, Decision Makers, others
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.7 WFS Web Feature Server 1.0 WCS Web Coverage Server 0.7 WAS Web Annotation Server 0.1 IAS Image Archive Service [OWS DIPR] GeoConnections USGS GeoConnections USGS GeoConnections Data Services WMS Web Map Server CPS Coverage Portrayal Service [OWS IPR] GeoConnections USGS GeoConnections USGS Portrayal Services Service Registry 0.2 GeoConnections Registry Services Discovery Client Map Viewer Client Terrain Viewer Client Annotation Client GeoConnections USGS GeoConnections Application Services FIND PUBLISH BIND CIPI-1 and the Open GIS Service Framework
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.8 USGS Node USGS Node is leave-behind prototype system consisting of software components that implement the following OGC Specifications WFS (non-Transactional): ESRI, IONIC WCS: IONIC SLD-enabled WMS: IONIC, ESRI Application clients: Syncline, IONIC, ESRI SAIC to perform installation, integration, and test services in support of vendor participant components Data requirementsData requirements –National Elevation Dataset (NED), National Land Cover Dataset (NLCD), National Hydrology Dataset (NHD), Landsat 7, Reference Data (National Atlas, BTS, 1:100,000 Roads, GNIS, Boundary Data)
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.9 GeoConnections Node The GeoConnections node is a leave- behind prototype system consisting of software components that implement the following OGC Specifications: Web Map Server and Styled Layer Descriptor Registry Services Web Feature Server – Transactional Web Coverage Server Appropriate Application Client(s) This node is serving as a portal into the Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure (CGDI.) Participants Galdos PCI CubeWerx Compusult York
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.10 Protected and Public Information “Channels” = Request & Response = Security Infrastructure = Certificate Authority
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.11 The Message of CIPI Demonstration Applications? Yes, but that’s not the point…Applications? Yes, but that’s not the point… Data Services and Maps? Certainly, but that’s not the point...Data Services and Maps? Certainly, but that’s not the point... Cutting Edge Systems? Definitely, but that’s not the point either.Cutting Edge Systems? Definitely, but that’s not the point either. Everything works together, worldwide, real time, multi-vendor multi-organization, multi-jurisdictional. That’s what matters. Why? Because today’s demo was built according to emerging or published implement specifications, developed in Pilots like this one. This is about Interoperability!
© 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc. OGC Interoperability Program March 27, 2003 Cross-Border Scenario Demonstration
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.13 SCENARIO DESCRIPTION: -A heavy scent of chlorine is detected in the air around the Mitchell Park area of Windsor, Ontario CA. The detection is reported to the local police. -A second, and then third report of the chemical smell 2 kilometers southwest is received, along with sightings of a commercial truck bearing HAZMAT markings. -The UN Code for chlorine is broadcast to local police units, and emergency response forces for vehicle tracking and stoppage. CIPI-1 Scenario Cross-Border “Transportation” Infrastructure
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.14 CIPI1 Demo Scenario Scene 1: Establish Geographic Picture for Target Area Emergency Operations Center Scene 2: Notify the Media and Emergency Response Scene 3: Vehicle Tracking and Reporting Scene 4: Evacuation Planning Detection, Communication, Tracking, Assessment, Execution Scene 5: Risk Assessment & Routing
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.15 CIPI-1 Demo Display Format EOC Analyst Display EOC Analysts (Client Reps) Left Screen Center Screen Right Screen Geographic Distribution of Servers (Data Map) Develop Base Map for Rapid Response Perform Route Assessment & Analysis Track and Report Real-Time Evacuation Planning Risk Assessment & Routing Real-Time Scenario Outline
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.16 EOC Analysts Scene I Develop Base Map for Rapid Response Border Data Initial Situation Picture (Base Map) Waterways Roads
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.17 EOC Analysts Scene II Notification / Media Involvement Traffic Cams Roads Waterway Situation Picture For Notifications & Safety Radius Safety Radius Alert Notification!!
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.18 EOC Analysts Scene III Tracking & Reporting Emergency Response Locations Traffic Cams Mile Markers Situation Picture Illustrating Truck Location & Emergency Response Locations
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.19 EOC Analysts Scene IV Evacuation Planning Final Truck Location & Potential Evacuation Routes Traffic Cams Roads Waterway Safety Radius Alert Notification!!
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.20 EOC Analysts Scene V Risk Assessment / Route Planning Roads Plume Parcels Census Bridges Buildings Potential Impact Of Chemical Release & Evacuation Routes
OGC © 2002, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.21 We Want to Acknowledge Our Collaborating Communities and Sponsors City of Windsor Wayne County Wayne State University City of Detroit Michigan CGI Ontario MNR General Dynamics NIMA GeoConnections OCIPEP USGS FGDC NavTech Polexis
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