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1 GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) presented by Alessandro Annoni, JRC, ADC co-chair

2 GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) The Cape Town Declaration: We commit to explore ways and means for the sustained operations of the shared architectural GEOSS components and related information infrastructure. An Initial Operating Capability (IOC) was declared in June 2008 for the GCI. GCI provides core capabilities that enable the GEO Members and Participating Organizations resources (systems, data and products) to be discovered, understood, and accessed by users and decision-support applications The GCI includes several core information registries, a common search facility known as Clearinghouse, and GEO Web Portals that provide a user interface to search and access all GEOSS resources.

3 Agriculture Climate Disasters Ecosystems Energy Health Water Weather Biodiversity GEOSS Common Infrastructure Web Portal Registries: Services Standards Best Practices Requirements Clearing- house Applications Models Data Services Products Metadata

4 GEOSS Component and Service Registry GEOSS Standards and Interoperability Registry GEOSS Common Infrastructure Services Data and Service Catalogues Websites/ Portals (Components) Registered Community Resources Best Practices Wiki User Requirements Registry GEOSS Clearinghouse GEOSS Clearinghouse GEOSS Clearinghouse GEO Web Portal Registries Main GEO Web Site GCI: progress status Components operational now Standards and Interoperability Forum

5 Operational Capability Operational Capability User Needs, Scenarios User Needs, Scenarios Design, Develop, Deploy Design, Develop, Deploy AR-07-02, Architecture Implementation Pilot (AIP-I, -II) AR-07-01, GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) support persistent implementation requirements SBA Tasks, UIC Architecture Implementation Pilot elaboration of GEOSS architecture AIP Phase 2 Themes -Augment the GEOSS Common Infrastructure -Operational persistence -Emphasize four communities of practices identified with UIC AIP Phase 2 Themes -Augment the GEOSS Common Infrastructure -Operational persistence -Emphasize four communities of practices identified with UIC Community -Disaster Response -Climate Change and Biodiversity -Renewable Energy -Air Quality Community -Disaster Response -Climate Change and Biodiversity -Renewable Energy -Air Quality Transverse Technology -Clearinghouse, Catalogues, Registries and Metadata -Access Services: products, sensors, models -Workflow and Alerts -Portals and Application Clients -Others: Test Facility for service registration Transverse Technology -Clearinghouse, Catalogues, Registries and Metadata -Access Services: products, sensors, models -Workflow and Alerts -Portals and Application Clients -Others: Test Facility for service registration Call For Participation (remains open) - released in July - 37 responses - 85 persons at KO - 9 WG established

6 GEO Executive Committee Convened IOC Task Force IOC Task Force was convened in July 2008 to report to the GEO Executive Committee (Ex Com) in support of GEOSS. IOC Task Force will assess and formalize the requirements of the GCI and to make recommendations to the Ex Com regarding operational and administrative issues related to a sustainable GCI. Ex Com approved the Task Force Members, its Terms of Reference (TOR) and Workplan Objectives of the TOR 1) to define and recommend a Concept of Operations plan for the GCI components. 2) to evaluate the existing GCI components and their sustained operation in light of known and emerging provider and user requirements, reliability, suitability, sustainability, and quality of service, and 3) to provide administrative recommendations regarding the sustainability of GCI operational solutions and related support.

7 How to develop the contribution of Europe to GEOSS and its GCI

8 GEOSS Common Infrastructure Problems Needs Priorities

9 Expectations you have from GEOSS What GEOSS is for you? How do you hope that GEOSS will facilitate your work? Which are the more important components? Is there a need for a GEOSS Common Infrastructure and if yes, which is its value?

10 Your contribution to GEOSS What contribution What commitment to operations Which barriers and which incentives

11 GEO 2010 ministerial what Europe is preparing to do or should do so that in 2-years time at the 2010 ministerial, there can be real progress demonstrated for the GEO? What can we offer? What should be done?

12 Issues and Questions What GEOSS is for you? How do you hope that GEOSS will facilitate your work? Which are the more important components? Is there a need for a GEOSS Common Infrastructure and if yes, which is its value? What contribution What commitment to operations Which barriers and which incentives Problems Needs Priorities what Europe is preparing to do or should do so that in 2-years time at the 2010 ministerial ? Is there a real progress to be demonstrated for the GEO? What can we offer? What should be done?


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