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1 GEO Architecture and Data Committee Task AR Architecture Implementation Pilot George Percivall Open Geospatial Consortium GEO Task AR Point of Contact ADC-6 February 2008 EC-JRC

2 Task AR Architecture Implementation Pilot Recent achievements Process improvement ideas Architecture Workshop, 4&5 February, JRC Plan for 2008

3 Task AR Recent Achievements

4 Core Architecture GEOSS Component, Service registry Standards, Special Arrangements Registries references GEO Web Portal and other Clients searches Offerors contribute to register GEOSS Clearinghouse Catalogues Services User accesses list of catalogues accesses searches invokes reference

5 GEOSS Architecture Status Defined, deployed, tested and demonstrated –Initial detailed architecture defined –IOC development via ADC core tasks, etc. –Demonstrations for SBAs captured & posted Consistent with GEOSS Strategic Guidance Document and Tactical Guidance Document Core Architecture Implementation Report –Status, results, recommendations –Candidate Interoperability Arrangements to SIF

6 GEO Web Site Client Tier Business Process Tier Access Tier GEOSS Web Portal GEOSS Registries Services Components Standards GEONETCast Other Services Data Access Services Model Access Services Community Portals Client Applications Requirements Community Catalogues Portrayal Services Workflow Management Processing Services Other Services GEOSS Clearinghouse Sensor Access Services IOC Architecture – Engineering Viewpoint

7 GEOSS Initial Operating Capability - IOC IOC established in Components & 75 Services registered (21 Nov 07) –Process and components for registration; SIF User interfaces to services –GEO Web Portals (3), Community Portals (27) and Application Clients (13) Several organizations capable of providing –GEO Web Portal solutions –GEOSS Clearinghouse solutions

8 GEO Web Portal Demonstrated that organizations are capable of providing workable GEO Web Portal solutions –Compusult: –ESA-FAO: –ESRI: Though visibly similar & meeting basic requirements, the three offer different feature sets. Outreach and Evaluation process recommended

9 AI Pilot Development and Milestones Effective development process: –Call for Participation (CFP)April-May 2007 –Kickoff workshop at ESAJune 2007 –Integration and deploymentSeptember 2007 –Demonstration for Plenary & SummitNovember 2007 Participation via distributed international –105 Organizations responded to CFP Now: ~120 organizations registered for communication –IOC established: Core Architecture, User Interfaces, Services –Core Architecture Implementation Report November 2007

10 AR Further Development Increase collaboration with GEO Committees Increase commitment to Operations and Persistence Refine architecture –Add Sensor Web services and component types –Refine and enhance Workflow for observation processing and decision support Two items added to task –Persistent Infrastructure for Service Integration –GEOSS User and Architecture Workshops

11 GEOSS Architecture and Societal Benefit Areas Addressed in 15 Workshops Canberra-07 Models Tshwane-05 Disasters & water Beijing-06 Energy Seoul-05 Disasters Yellowknife-07 Climate & biodiversity Denver-06 Climate Boulder-07 Energy Corte-06 Energy & Ecosystems Barcelona-07 SoS interop. & biodiversity San Jose Costa Rica-07 Agriculture Ouagodougou-07 Water & health Goa-06 Water & Health San Diego-07 Comm & Networks Honolulu-07 SoS Engineering & Architecture Kuala-Lumpur-07 Disasters

12 A typical Proceedings includes Workshop Flyer Description Agenda Briefings Breakout Session Reports Conclusions IEEE GEOSS Workshop The User and the GEOSS Architecture XIV - Organized by: Dr. Changyong Cao - NOAA/NESDIS, Washington DC Prof. Al Gasiewski – University of Colorado, Boulder, CO Dr. Siri Jodha Singh Khalsa – University of Colorado NSIDC, Boulder, CO Dr. Jay Pearlman – The Boeing Corporation Mr. Ivan Petiteville – ESA Opening GEOSS Architecture & Interoperability User Perspective (Societal Benefit focus) Demonstrations Break-out Sessions Summary Selected briefings Are recorded and Available on the ICEO Site under Resources (Audio & slide lectures) Demonstrations material And video clips are uploaded To the OGC Web site

13 A look forward- Workshops for 2008 Accra, Ghana - 08 Water Security & Ecosystems Beijing, China-08 Air Quality & Health Kobe, Japan-08 Oceans & Water Quebec, Canada-08 Science Modeling & Data Policy Toronto, Canada-08 UIC workshop Boston, USA-08 Air Quality & coastal Ecosystems Spain-08 Architecture Of GEOSS Honolulu, Hawaii-08 Communications For disaster management

14 Process Improvement

15 Process improvement ideas Comments on AIP ProcessProcess Improvement Functionality defined by developers not users UIC/ADC collaboration, Workshops: Identify operational SBA functionality AIP Process is closedDevelopment process is iterative; Emphasize anyone can join at anytime Process focused on demonstrations Emphasize operational persistence; Deliver to AR Operations Process is structured with milestones and deliverables Retain structure within a phase; Emphasize iterative & open approach

16 Architecture Workshop Hosted by the European Commission At the Joint Research Centre February 2008

17 GEO Architecture Workshop February 4&5, 2008 –Co-located at JRC Ispra with ADC-6 Purpose: Consensus building in support of CFP Topics –SBA context areas defined with UIC as scenarios –Begin refinement of the CFP-2007 architecture –Sustained operations for information components –Core Architecture Implementation Report topics ~50 persons attended; plenary and parallel sessions

18 UIC - ADC Coordination Scenarios for SBA context identified through UIC/ADC coordination –Thanks to Els LeDrew (and Gary Foley) for supporting and attending UIC Goal –engage users in development and implementation of a sustained GEOSS that provides information required for societal benefit areas as specified by user groups on national, regional and global scales Next meeting of UIC: Toronto, May 6-8, 2008 – Kick the Tires workshop on Air Quality on May 5

19 Architecture Workshop sessions Persistent User Scenarios –Air Quality & Health –Biodiversity –Energy - Solar –Disaster Response –Water/Drought –Inter-calibration Implementation Topics –IOC –Clearinghouse, Catalogues, Registries –User Portals & Apps –Workflow –Sensors Interoperability –Test Facility for GEO Registration

20 Architecture Workshop session leaders Persistent User Scenarios –Air Quality & Health John White –Biodiversity Doug Muchoney –Energy - Solar Lionel Menard –Disaster Response Guy Sequin –Water/Drought David Arctur –Inter-calibration Stephen Ungar Implementation Topics –IOC and –Clearinghouse, Catalogues, Registries Doug Nebert –User Portals & Apps; and –Sensors Interoperability Ingo Simonis –Workflow Pier Girogio Marchetti –Test Facility for GEO Registration Paul Smits

21 Task AR Plan for 2008

22 AI Pilot Development Approach DevelopmentActivities Kick-offWorkshop Call for Participation ConceptDevelopment PersistentOperations(AR-07-01) Participation ArchitectureDocumentation Updates for each step Baseline AR Architecture Implementation Pilot Evolutionary Development Process Operational Baseline for next evolutionary spiral

23 Development Activities

24 AI Pilot Milestones DRAFT Architecture WorkshopFebruary 2008 Call for Participation (CFP) –CFP Preparation February & March –CFP ReleaseApril –CFP Responses DueMay Pilot Kickoff meetingJune –Hosted by USA - to be confirmed Deploy, Integrate, Test 4 mo.June to September Commit to Persistent OperationsBeginning October GEO-V Plenary November 2008

25 Backup slides

26 Workshop - Mondays Agenda Start (Duration) Activity 1300 (90)Opening Plenary 1430 (20)Refreshment Break 1450 (90)Session 1a: Air Quality & Health Scenario - John White - Session 1b: Inter-calibration Scenario - Stephen Ungar - Session 1c: Initial Operating Capability - Doug Nebert Adjourn

27 Workshop - Tuesday Morning Agenda Start (Duration) Activity 0900 (90) Session 2a: Biodiversity Scenario - Doug Muchoney and IP3 group Session 2b: Energy - Solar Scenario - Lionel Menard Session 2c: Clearinghouse, Catalogues, Registries - Doug Nebert 1030 (20) Refreshment Break 1050 (90) Session 3a: Disaster Response Scenario - Guy Séguin Session 3b: Sensors Interoperability - Ingo Simonis Session 3c: Test Facility for GEO Registration - Paul Smits 1220 (70) Lunch

28 Workshop - Tuesday Afternoon Agenda Start (Duration) Activity 1330 (60) Session 4a: Water/Drought Scenario - David Arctur - Session 4b: Workflow - Pier Giorgio Marchetti - Session 4c: User Portals and Applications - Ingo Simonis (20) Refreshment Break 1450 (90) Closing Plenary 1700Adjourn

29 Position Papers Data Policy white paper for GEOSS - overall Energy data centre STFC - Energy Session GEO ADC IP3 Proposed Activities Biodiversity Session Satellites for risk management - Natural Disaster Session ESA-FAO GeoPortal position paper - User Interface Session GEOSS: A Global SDI Framework - Clearinghouse Session Standards in a Distributed Digital Library of Geospatial Services - Workflow WGCV's Data Quality Framework - Inter-calibration Global Space-based Inter-Calibration System (GSICS) - Inter-calibration session OGC Sensor Web Enablement Standards - Sensors

30 Things to consider in all sessions User needs User and Architecture Workshop outcomes Architecture Modeling Data Policy Paper Broader international participation

31 Coordinating Tasks

32 GEOSS AI Pilot Screencasts

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