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1 Summary Kick-off meeting AIP-6 (March 28-29, NOAA, Washington DC) Slides provided by Bart De Lathouwer Open Geospatial Consortium AIP Lead

2 Architecture Implementation Pilot The GEOSS Architecture Implementation Pilot (AIP) develops and deploys new process and infrastructure components for the GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) and the broader GEOSS architecture. AIP is an agile, evolutionary development process, that proves the maturity of the infrastructure components. Need to establish a good set of standards and results that show web access to large sets of EO data. The process was initiated in AIP-5 results: –http://www.ogcnetwork.net/pub/ogcnetwork/GEOSS/AIP5/ind ex.html

3 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 URR, Data Sharing Task Force GCI-Coordination Team Transfer to operations SIF outreach

4 Activities in an AIP phase

5 GEOSS Components – AIP Baseline

6 AIP Agile Development Phases AIP-1 Kickoff: Jun 2007; Alpha operations Nov 2007; Arch Workshop Feb 2008AIP-1 –"Core" Architecture defined initial version of GCI AIP-2 Kickoff Sep 2008; demo ISRSE May 2009; Beta operations Sep 2009AIP-2 –SBA implementations of common cross-cutting architecture; Refined GCI concept supporting transition to operations AIP-3 Kickoff Mar 2010; results to Beijing Plenary; Complete Feb 2011AIP-3 –Network building in GEOSS SBA communities; Piloted Broker and Processing capabilities AIP-4 Kickoff May 2011; results to Istanbul Plenary; Complete Dec 2011AIP-4 –Increased access to priority earth observation data; via server software, tutorials and application clients AIP-5 Kickoff May 2012; results to Brazil Plenary; Complete Dec 2012AIP-5 –SBA application scenarios; Research prototypes Fostering interoperability arrangements and common practices for GEOSS

7 GEO Task IN-05 GEOSS Design & Interoperability Priority Actions GEOSS Research and Prototyping GEOSS Interoperability Analysis and Support Encourage mature systems to interoperate with GCI Ensure access to GEOSS Data-CORE Approach Manage evolutionary architecture of GEOSS Standards and Interoperability Forum (SIF) Architecture Implementation Pilot, Phase 5 (AIP-5)

8 Responses to AIP-6 Call for Participation CITE-SENSE COBWEB Compusult Esri FCU GEOSS Water Services Geoviqua GEOWOW & EarthServer … GLOS INCOSE ITRI MEDINA MINES ParisTech NASA Afriterra Foundation GMU … Many more, as part of response. Please visit

9 AIP-6 Kickoff Objectives Mature AIP-5, SBA & Technical Ministerial showcases - Sprint-to-Summit Focus on Authentication & Data Sharing More In-Situ observations Involvement of Developing Countries Increase Capacity Building For the End-User (direct of indirect) Increase awareness –Use metrics

10 AIP-6 Working Group Leaders Water –David Arctur Argiculture & Disasters Managemnt –Liping Di, Joan Maso Energy –Lionel Menard Health & Climate & Weather –Arne Berre Data Sharing –Steve Browdy Capacity Building –Lucia Lovison-Golob GCI Research –Joan Maso System Design –Larry McGovern

11 SBATechnical OrganisationHeClWeDmAgWaBdEnEcoAuthGCISysCrowdMobiIn-Situ Dev Countr ies End UserCapacity Building CITI-SENSES,R V V V COBWEB V Compusult S,R V VV Esri S,R,A S,R V FCU1 S,R FCU2 S,R GEOSS Water Services S,R,A VV V GeoViqua S,R V V GEOWOW & EarthServer V GLOS S,R V IncoseAAAAAAAA V ITRI S,R,A V V V MEDINA S,R,A MINES ParisTech S,R,A V V NASA S,R,A V V VV V V V (Afriterra Foundation) VVV GMU S,R,A AIP-6 Contributions – initial analysis

12 AIP-6 Master Schedule CFP Issued 09-Feb-2013 CFP Response Due 15-Mar Kickoff, Washington 28-Mar Showcases 15-May SBA Testing 01-Dec GEO Plenary, Geneva 17-Jan-2014

13 AIP Communication Plan Telecons –AIP Plenary telecon – Tuesdays –WG Telecons – as determined by WG Leaders list-servers –Lists for working groups (see twiki) Collaboration Resources –www.ogcnetwork.net/AIPilotwww.ogcnetwork.net/AIPilot –Geoviqua Wiki for AIP internal dev. –GEO Best practice Wiki

14 Thanks to all who made the AIP-6 Kickoff a success Thanks to Session Leaders, Rapporteurs and Participants Thanks to NOAA for hosting the workshop –Martin Yapur! Please contact Bart De Lathouwer if you would like to participate –Call remains open for the duration of the project

15 The OGC and its Interoperability Program OGC Interoperability Program Introduction more videos on OGC's YouTube Channel:

16 References GEO –www.earthobservations.orgwww.earthobservations.org GEO Architecture Implementation Pilot –www.ogcnetwork.net/AIPilotwww.ogcnetwork.net/AIPilot GEOSS resources and SIF –geossregistries.info


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