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1 GEOSS Task AR-09-01b Architecture Implementation Pilot AIP Phase 4, (AIP-4) AIP Task Team February 2011

2 GEO Task AR-09-01b Architecture Implementation Pilot fostering interoperability arrangements and common practices for GEOSS

3 Other discussions in CFP slide 6, need to elaborate on the SBA integrator role In general, need to add improving usability of GEOSS/geoportal Developing/piloting practice/tools that better support web experiences and better dissemination of resources already submitted by providers Discussion about the availability of the Ontology registry in time for AIP-4

4 AIP-4 Call for Participation CFP Main Body AIP Evolutionary Development Process GEOSS Services Architecture

5 GEOSS AIP Phase 4 (AIP-4) SBAs: Increasing implementation of GEOSS with CoPs Data: Foster access to EO Priority Observations consistent with Data-CORE and Interoperability Arrangements. GCI: Utilize the agreed components baseline DRAFT Schedule and Priorities

6 SBAs supported by GCI and Data Servers GEOSS CORE-Priority EO Parameter Access Services Communities of Practice WaterEnergy Data sharing Data Harmonization... GCI CoP Toolkit Data Server deployment

7 AIP-4 Scope - draft Communities of Practice: SBA Integrators, CoP Toolkit GCI selected components as baseline Data Servers: –Foster access to UIC Priority Observations consistent with Data-CORE and Interoperability Arrangements Technology development –Semantics and ontologies for mediation –Data harmonization: quality, schemas –Data Sharing: DSTF, User identity

8 AIP-4 Call for Participation CFP Main Body AIP Evolutionary Development Process GEOSS Services Architecture

9 Operational Capability Operational Capability User Needs, Scenarios User Needs, Scenarios Design, Develop, Deploy Design, Develop, Deploy ADC activities including: Architecture Implementation Pilot (AIP) Task AR-09-01b GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) Task AR-09-01a support persistent implementation requirements SBA Tasks, UIC, CBC, STC A process, elaboration of GEOSS Architecture Consider: Role of Task Forces Role of CoPs Other ADC tasks: DIAS

10 AIP Evolutionary Development Phases has piloted the GEOSS 10 Year Plan Architecture AIP-1 –Kickoff: June 2007 –Result: "Core" Architecture defined most of the GCI IOC – Architecture Workshop AIP-2 –Kickoff: September 2008 –Result: SBA implementations of common cross- cutting architecture AIP-3 –Kickoff: March 2010 –Result: Enabled data sharing and network building in GEOSS SBA communities

11 DevelopmentActivities Kick-offWorkshop Call for Participation ConceptDevelopment PersistentOperations(AR-09-01a) Participation ArchitectureDocumentation Updates for each step Baseline AR-09-01b Architecture Implementation Pilot Evolutionary Development Process Operational Baseline and Lessons Learned for next evolutionary spiral Continuous interaction with external activities AIP Development Approach

12 AIP coordinates with other GEO Tasks DI-09-02: Multi-Risk Management DI-06-09: Use of Satellites for Risk Management WA-06-02: Droughts, Floods and Water Management WA-06-07: Water Resource Management BI-07-01: BON EN-07-02 - Energy Enviro. Impact HE-09-01: Info Systems for Health HE-09-02: Monitoring and Prediction for Health US-09-01: User Engagement DA-06-01: Data Sharing Principles DA-09-01: Data Management DA-09-02: Data Integration and Analysis DA-09-03: Global Data Sets AR-09-02: Interoperable Systems for GEOSS AR-09-04: Dissemination and Distribution Networks AG- Agriculture Task


14 Community of Practice: Chartered to meet Decision Support needs Community of Interest/Practices and AIP SBA/CoP Integrator Service Providers: Data, Observation, Mediation, Processing CoP Science Community GCI Community of Interest: Birds of a feather, discussion group Communities of Practices in AIP-4: -Integrated Global Water Cycle Obs. -Energy -Air Quality -Biodiversity -Global Agricultural Monitoring? -Geohazards? SBA/CoP Integrator -Lead AIP CoP WG -Liaison from AIP to CoP -Expert in SBA science and geoinformatics -Lead application of GEOSS architecture to CoP

15 CoPs supported by AIP Objective: Work with CoPs to increase network building and data sharing Role of the SBA Integrator –Builds network through Community Portal, using CoP toolkit and other information and services to meet the needs of the community –Build on the best practices and interoperability arrangements. CoP Toolkit –Community Portals and Application Clients for DSS needs –Community Catalogues –Priority Data Servers for SBA

16 Support of SBAs/CoPs by AIP processes Existing scenario and Use case process Add processes to support data needs –Priority observations with CORE and web services –Data quality, e.g., GeoViQua

17 Building on WPS progress Several WPSs in previous AIP phases. WPS are building blocks for workflow Introduce workflow into WIP-4 with tools, e.g., Taverna toolbox –Example from WPS and Teverna from GeoViQua e.g. PyWPS –Publish via myExperiment

18 EC FP7 Projects Participating in AIP Current in AIP-3 –EnerGEO, –EO2Heaven, –EuroGEOSS, –GENESIS, –GIGAS, –GIS4EU, –SAFER, –UncertWEB New contributions possible: –ISTIMES - DM –DEWFORA- Drought –ENDORSE: "Energy Services for GMES" - www.endorse- fp7.euwww.endorse- –GeoViQua –GLOWASIS - Water –(Current GCI call)

19 AIP-4 Call for Participation CFP Main Body AIP Evolutionary Development Process GEOSS Services Architecture

20 Architecture Viewpoints Information Viewpoint Computational Viewpoint Engineering Viewpoint Implementation/Development Viewpoints in Reference Model - Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP) ISO/IEC 10746 Technology Viewpoint Enterprise Viewpoint Community Objectives Business aspects: purpose, scope and policies What for? Why? Who? When? Information sources and models What is it about? Types of services and protocols How does each bit work? Solution types: distribution infrastructure How do the components work together? Implementation system: hardware, software, distribution With what? Abstract/Best Practices

21 SBAs for AIP-4 Established –Disaster Management –Energy –Health: Air Quality –Water Drought –Arctic SDI –Biodiversity and Climate Change New in AIP-4 –Agriculture Maybe in AIP-4 –Climate (Liping NOAA) –Weather (FP7) One page for each SBA needed in the following pages GEOSS SoA Enterprise Viewpoint

22 Cloud Computing Infrastructure Disaster Management (Arnaud, GIS-FCU) GEOSS SoA Enterprise Viewpoint res req WPS Clients At a specific service level Resources

23 Disaster Management (Arnaud, GIS-FCU) GEOSS SoA Enterprise Viewpoint Encapsulating WPS (OGC-compliant ) Standard Services (Hadoop-based) Cloud Computing Infrastructure Services Resources Clients The features of decision making in response phase unpredictable semi-structured to unstructured transnational Cloud/Grid computing will be a good solution to support the semi structured to unstructured decision making at a specific service level Geo Portal Registration Search Interact with Services ExecuteAccess

24 Energy AIP-2 and AIP-3 have established the GGI capacity to disseminate Energy and Environment related Web Services using existing standard (OGC). The on-going FP7 MACC project has established Quality and Uncertainties, as key parameters to be part of any data set for Energy and/or Environment Focus for AIP-4 will be made on: –Providing end-user with Quality and Uncertainties parameters for any relevant data set at Metadata level for Search & Discovery purpose and at Web Service level for end-user full information presentation –Selecting the suitable development framework for building Graphical User Interface that has the capacity to trigger remote Web Services (WMS, WFS and WPS) in operational services such as SoDa Support will be needed from existing initiative such as QA4EO to help Energy Web Services providers to properly build Metadata taking into account the Quality and the Uncertainties parameters associated to the data sets. Metadata should latter be deployed on a GEOSS compliant Catalogue. Collaboration with GEO Portal developers should be considered in order to ensure a proper and consistent dissemination and presentation of Energy and Environment data sets on the GEO Portal A persistent example addressing Quality and Uncertainty parameters should be deployed as a Web Service, preferably exploited in an operational service such as SoDa. This Web Service should be able to properly carry those parameters for end-users information. Search, Find Bind mechanism must be addressed and demonstrated through the GEO Web Portal facilities. Web-based applications using generic framework and triggering Energy and/or Environment related Web Services must be realized. These Web-based applications must ensure that they properly display the Quality and Uncertainties parameters attached to the geo-localized data. Collaboration with IT partners offering existing frameworks is foreseen. Reference to MACC project:

25 Health: Air Quality (Stefan/NGC, EO2Heaven) Durban Scenario GEOSS SoA Enterprise Viewpoint

26 GEOSS Architecture Implementation Pilot, Phase 4, GEO Water Tasks Will Pozzi and George Percivall GEO Task WA-06-02b, Impacts of Drought, Co-POC and NASA WaterNet Project Manager, and Open Geospatial Consortium, GEO Task AR-09-01b Task POC Presentation before the 2010 GEO Drought Response Initiative, Winnipeg, CA, 10 May 2010

27 Proposed Decision Making Services in the Final GEO Water Societal Benefit Area Workplan (discussed within IGWCO and Doug Cripe) courtesy of Justin Sheffield, Princeton, African Drought Monitor Global Drought Monitoring and Early Warning Service

28 Proposed Decision Making Services in the Final GEO Water Societal Benefit Area Workplan (discussed within IGWCO and Doug Cripe) Architecture courtesy of USA NOAA National Office of Hydrology Remote Sensing Center (NOHRSC) Cryosphere Monitoring Service

29 Drought Early Warning requires assembly within an information system (GEOSS) the uses of water, so that drought vulnerability can be assessed or included Soil Moisture in the European Union Europe Drought Observatory: agricultural impact ( Agricultural use, cooling water for power generation, domestic use, environmental flow requirement for ecosystems

30 Agriculture (Liping Di) Crop condition monitoring USDA, China, CoP Will – irrigation water GEOSS SoA Enterprise Viewpoint

31 Agriculture-Crop Condition Monitoring (Liping Di) Crop condition information is critical to decision making in both public and private sectors that concern agricultural policy, production, food security, and food prices. Crop conditions change quickly due to changes of various growing conditions, such as temperature, soil moisture, fertilization, or disease, etc. –Timely and repeat monitoring with a full spatial coverage and sufficient spatial resolution throughout the growing season is necessary. Satellite remote sensing provides the best method to monitor crop condition globally. –Conditions are measured by comparing the current vegetation indices derived from remote sensing to multiple-year statistics of the indices (e.g., Mean, Maximum, Minimum, Medium, etc). –Multiple nations and organizations are monitoring the crop conditions. –Standardizing the condition measures and serving the measures to global users under GEOSS framework will be meaningful Participants: GMU, USDA NASS, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science.. GEOSS SoA Enterprise Viewpoint

32 Arctic SDI (Doug N, EEA?) GEOSS SoA Enterprise Viewpoint

33 Biodiversity and Climate Change (CNR and USGS) Continue the collaboration with EC-JRC (G. Dubois) Digital Observatory of Protected Areas (DOPA) enhancing the AIP-3 eHabitat Pilot Continue the collaboration with NASA JPL (G. Geller) working on interoperability and data/model integration Try to contribute also to the GEO Model Web sub-task (AR-09-02d) GEOSS SoA Enterprise Viewpoint

34 Climate and Weather WMO Information System (WIS) NESDIS: Martin CEOS? GOOS - Liping GEOSS SoA Enterprise Viewpoint

35 GEOSS Information framework GEOSS SoA Information Viewpoint

36 Data Harmonization in AIP-4 (Herve updates) Uncertainty – GeoViqua, UncertWeb QA4EO - CEOS Data Schemas – INSPIRE –Test Facility for validating schemas GEOSS SoA Information Viewpoint

37 Components deploy Services GEOSS Clearinghouse GEO Web Portal GEOSS Common Infrastructure Components & Services Standards and Interoperability Best Practices Wiki User Requirements Registries Main GEO Web Site Registered Community Resources Community Portals Client Applications Client Tier Mediation Tier Community Catalogues Alert Servers Workflow Management Processing Servers Access Tier GEONETCast Product Access Servers Sensor Web Servers Model Access Servers Test Facility Mediation Servers GEOSS SoA Engineering Viewpoint

38 Component Development in AIP-4 GCI usage and enhancement –New: Ontology Registry, URR Community Portals –CEOS portals for Virtual Constellations and CWIC –Geonetcast via Eumetsat Portal –CBC connection Data Servers –Data Sharing –Geoss data CORE GEOSS SoA Engineering Viewpoint

39 Development status for ADC activities Development Status AIPSIFGCI CT DevelopmentX DemonstrationalX Pre-operationalXXX OperationalusesXX SupersededX DiscontinuedX EUMETSAT development status categories

40 CoP web presence: Community Portals IGWCO not on Community Portal – Nadine GEOSS SoA Engineering Viewpoint

41 Deployment of Priority data services Deploying a data service –See AIP-2 video Metadata for adding into GCI –Confirm visibility (browse, access) in GWP Data Sharing: CORE, user registration/identity –Metadata about data sharing Data harmonization: schemas, quality. Used by many CoPs GEOSS SoA Engineering Viewpoint

42 Make priority data fully available as services US-09-01a Critical Earth Observation Priorities DSTF GEOSS Data-CORE Roadmap Compare the 2 lists Highest Ranked EO Parameters Datasets tagged as CORE (Pledge List) AIP-4 Access Services Pilot Priority EO Parameters available as CORE GEOSS CORE-Priority EO Parameter Access Services CORE = full and open with no restrictions. No data reuse conditions. There may be cost and attribution requirements. No cost recovery in AIP-4 DIAS connection to this emphasis? GTHN – Global terrestrial Hydro Network

43 Data Sharing (Steve Browdy) Working with the DSTF, User Management –User identity –User registration Data Access Conditions: –Data-CORE, Non-Commercial Use, other let a user know when she/he is leaving the GEO site and entering another.

44 Semantic Mediation (Cristiano, Nagai) Coordination with GEO task AR-09-01d on semantic mediation issues Support to the optimization and extension of the GI-DAC service broker Integration and harmonization of thematic thesauri with reference ones: Water Ontology from AIP-3 Drought Vocabulary from EuroGEOSS More contributions are welcome…

45 References GEO – GEO Architecture Implementation Pilot – GEOSS registries and SIF – George Percivall Nadine Alameh

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