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1 GEOSS Task IN-05 Architecture Implementation Pilot AIP-5 Point of Contact: George Percivall Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) March 2012

2 The Global Framework Global Earth Observing System Of Systems A distributed system of systems –Improves coordination of strategies and observation systems –Links all platforms: in situ, aircraft, and satellite networks –Identifies gaps in our global capacity –Facilitates exchange of data and information –Improves decision-makers abilities to address pressing policy issues Source: Greg Withee, NOAA, OGC TC January 18, 2005

3 GEOSS connects Observations to Decisions

4 GEO Task IN-05 GEOSS Design and Interoperability Related GEOSS Strategic Targets Architecture: Deployment, population, and enablement of sustained operations and maintenance of a user-friendly and user-accessible GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI), including the core components and functions that link the various resources of GEOSS. Description Manage the evolutionary technical architecture (design) of GEOSS and contributed Earth observation data and service resources. Promote GEOSS interoperability principles. Enable a sustainable GEOSS of value to the user – supporting the development of the GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) and GEOSS communication networks for the access to, and use of, Earth observations and related services.

5 Research Operations GEO Information for Societal Benefits Tasks GEO Infrastructure Tasks IN-05 GEOSS Design and Interoperability IN-03 GEOSS Common Infrastructure Research Requirements AIP Supports other GEO Tasks

6 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 –Results: SBA implementations of common cross-cutting architecture, refined GCI concept for transition to operations AIP-3 –Kickoff: March 2010 –Results: Enabled network building in GEOSS SBA communities, piloted broker and processing capabilities

7 Architecture Implementation Pilot, Phase 4 (AIP- 4) Accessibility to Critical Earth Observation Priority Data Sets Thesaurus for Earth Observation Parameters Software Tools for publishing, accessing and using data Tutorials to support data providers to get data online

8 AIP-4 Participation (28) Afriterra Astrium SpotImage CIESIN Compusult CREAF enviroGRIDS EO2HEAVEN EOX and Rasdaman EuroGEOSS - GENESIS EuroGEOSS - UncertWEB GENESI GeoViQua, QA4EO, ESIP GIS.FCU Graphitech INCOSE INPE Jacobs University KNMI Mines ParisTech NASRDA NOAA DMIT NOAA & GMU PML PYXIS SIF TEAM Network Vightel Wash Univ St.Louis Responses to AIP-4 CFP are postedposted

9 GEOSS Infrastructure Enhancements, Dec 2011

10 Planning for AIP-5 Scenario Driven Development as in AIP-3 and AIP-2 Draft Schedule –CFP Announced: 28 February 2012 –CFP Responses due: 11 April –Kickoff Workshop, Geneva: 3-4 May –Integration begins: 1 September –Results for GEO Plenary in 2012 AIP Plenary Telecons UTC Tuesdays

11 Societal Benefit emphasis in AIP-5 Development driven by scenarios for the SBAs: –Disasters preparedness and mitigation –Health: AQ and Waterborne –Water Resource Observations –Energy –Agriculture Approach –SBA Integrators liaison between SBAs and IT –SBA Scenarios deployed through Use Cases –information technology research for SBAs, e.g. WaterML, QA and Provenance, Services

12 Technical Research in AIP-5 User Management and Authentication –Support GEOSS Data CORE –Develop technical definitions for Licensing –Build on AIP-3 and existing GEO member systems Research supporting GCI - Task IN-03 –GCI and User Management and authentication –EO Vocabulary led by Ontology Task and DIAS –Further advance Discovery and Access Brokers –Discovery of client help aplications

13 Information Viewpoint Computational Viewpoint Engineering Viewpoint Implementation/Development 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 optimization: distribution infrastructure How do the components work together? Implementation system: hardware, software, distribution With what? Abstract/Best Practices RM-ODP Viewpoints

14 Enterprise Viewpoint GEOSS Strategic Vision and Targets System of Systems approach –SBA Scenarios deployed using Tech Use Cases –Interoperability Arrangements SBAs in AIP-5 –Disasters preparedness and mitigation –Health: AQ and Waterborne –Water Resource Observations –Energy –Agriculture

15 AIP System Development Process Scenarios: end user view of the value of GEOSS –Focused on topics of interest to a community –Occur in a geographic Area of Interest (AOI) –Steps in a scenario are mapped to Use Cases Engineering Use Cases support SBA Scenarios –Use cases for discovery, data access, etc –Utilize Standards & Interoperability Arrangements Reusable service oriented architecture –Leverages operational domain value through interoperable services

16 GEOSS Information framework Spatial Referencing Geophysical Observations Observations and Features Modelling and Data Assimilation Maps and Alert Messages Registries and Metadata Data Policy, Rights Management, Licenses QA, Uncertainty and Provenance Semantics and Ontologies

17 Computational Viewpoint Service Oriented Architecture Catalog/Registry Services Data Access and Order Services Processing Services and Service Chaining Sensor Web Services User Identity and Management Services

18 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 User Managemen t Portrayal Servers Processing Servers Access Brokers Workflow Managemen t Discovery Brokers Access Tier GEONETCast Data Servers Sensor Web Servers Model Web Servers CSWWMS CSW WMS SOSSASSPS CSW WPS FTP Order OPeNDAP WCS WFS WMS CSWWMSWPS Access EO Vocabulary Test Facility Access WCSWFSWCSWFS Engineering Components: Host data, Interact thru Services

19 Publish Resources Discover Resources Visualize and Access Process and Automate Maintain and Support SoS GEOSS User GEOSS Resource Provider GEOSS AIP Use Case Summary

20 GEOSS Actors

21 Use Cases: Publish Resources - P

22 Use Cases: Discover Resources - D

23 Use Cases: Visualize and Access - A

24 Use Cases: Process and Automate - W

25 Energy Scenario and Use Cases (simplified) Reference: Energy Scenario Engineering Report, GEO AIP-3, Lionel Menard, January 6, 2011.

26 Energy Scenario and Use Cases (not simplified) Reference: Energy Scenario Engineering Report, GEO AIP-3, Lionel Menard, January 6, 2011.

27 Health SBA in AIP-5 Framework to integrate health data, environmental variables, including climate, and understandings of waterborne disease ecology. –Link environmental sensed data with health data –Integration as time series analyses –Incorporation of laboratory analysis results –Research influence of climatic and environmental variables on cholera bacterium and disease Framework for researching simulation and prediction models for cholera outbreaks and the relationship between air pollution and adverse health effects.

28 Planning for AIP-5 Scenario Driven Development as in AIP-3 and AIP-2 Draft Schedule –CFP Announced: 28 February 2012 –CFP Responses due: 11 April –Kickoff Workshop, Geneva: 3-4 May –Integration begins: 1 September –Results for GEO Plenary in 2012 AIP Plenary Telecons UTC Tuesdays

29 References GEO –earthobservations.orgearthobservations.org GEO Architecture Implementation Pilot –www.ogcnetwork.net/AIpilotwww.ogcnetwork.net/AIpilot GEOSS registries and SIF –geossregistries.infogeossregistries.info

30 Disaster Management objectives in AIP-5 Support GEO Task DI-01 Disasters Scenarios for a global network of in-situ observation sites for disasters preparedness and mitigation cycle. Collaborate with CEOS WGISS GA.4. Disasters:GEOSS Architecture for the use of Satellites for Disasters and Risk Assessment Mobile client for disaster response: SMS, Geosync Space-based earth observations availability through GCI to benefit the international or regional disaster management agencies


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