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1 IHO S-100 21 st Century Framework Data Structure for Hydrographic and Related Data

2 Last updated Dec 2010 Reference IHO S-100 - The New Hydrographic Geospatial Standard for Marine Data and Information IHO S-100 - The New Hydrographic Geospatial Standard for Marine Data and Information – R. Ward, L. Alexander, B. Greenslade http://www.iho.int/COMMITTEES/CHRIS/TSMAD/S-100_Info_Paper.pdf

3 Last updated Dec 2010 History IHO S-57 - May 1992 IHO S-57 - May 1992 Edition 3.0 - November 1996 Edition 3.0 - November 1996 Edition 3.1 - November 2000 ( currently active but frozen ) Edition 3.1 - November 2000 ( currently active but frozen ) – Edition 3.1 Supplement No. 1 - January 2007 ( added IMO-requested features for PSSA and ASL ) – Edition 3.1 Supplement No. 2 - June 2009 ( amended ZOC criteria, corrected navaid master-slave relationship ) S-100 Edition 1.0.0 - January 2010 S-100 Edition 1.0.0 - January 2010

4 Last updated Dec 2010 S-57 Hydrographic Data Transfer Standard Contains: – Introduction – Data Model – Data Structure and Format – Rules for ISO 8211 encapsulation – Appendix A – Object Catalogue – Appendix B1 - ENC Product Specification

5 Last updated Dec 2010 S-57 Users – Hydrographic Offices – Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) – other communities have S-57 based products – Additional Military Layers (AML) – Marine Information Overlay (MIO) – Inland ENC – [Port ENC]

6 Last updated Dec 2010 S-57 Limitations Developed primarily to meet ENC requirement for an IMO compliant ECDIS Developed primarily to meet ENC requirement for an IMO compliant ECDIS Inflexible maintenance regime ( freezing of editions) Inflexible maintenance regime ( freezing of editions) Cannot support contemporary requirements Cannot support contemporary requirements – gridded bathymetry, time-varying information, etc Data transfer mechanisms are limited Data transfer mechanisms are limited – data model embedded in encapsulation ( ISO 8211 )

7 Last updated Dec 2010 Why S-100 ? Join mainstream GIS Join mainstream GIS – maximizes access to COTS software and development interoperability with other ISO 19100 based profiles interoperability with other ISO 19100 based profiles new components not developed in isolation new components not developed in isolation easier use of hydro data beyond HOs and ECDIS users - coastal zone mapping, security, inundation modeling, … easier use of hydro data beyond HOs and ECDIS users - coastal zone mapping, security, inundation modeling, … extensible and active feature catalogue registry extensible and active feature catalogue registry Plug-and-Play updating of data, symbology and software enhancements Plug-and-Play updating of data, symbology and software enhancements

8 Last updated Dec 2010 S-100 will support : Imagery and gridded data Imagery and gridded data High-density bathymetry High-density bathymetry Seafloor classification Seafloor classification 3-D and time-varying data (x,y,z and time) 3-D and time-varying data (x,y,z and time) Dynamic ECDIS Dynamic ECDIS MIOs MIOs Marine GIS Marine GIS Web-based services Web-based services other maritime data applications … other maritime data applications …

9 Last updated Dec 2010 S-100 Framework Data Structure for Hydrographic and Related Data – broad geospatial framework structure – Not specific to ECDIS or charting – Capable of accommodating other requirements – Increasing interest from prospective e-Navigation data providers – Based on ISO 19100 series of geographic standards

10 S-100 - built on ISO 19100

11 Last updated Dec 2010 Naming: S-57 e4.0 S-100 S-57 is NOT the ENC Product specification S-57 is NOT the ENC Product specification S-100 is NOT the ENC Product specification S-100 is NOT the ENC Product specification S-57 and S-100 : generic framework standards for hydrographic and related information

12 Last updated Dec 2010 Additional Objectives Content and carrier are independent Content and carrier are independent No need for new versions of product specifications or system revisions No need for new versions of product specifications or system revisions – Plug-and-play updating Product Feature Catalogs more flexible and capable of expansion Product Feature Catalogs more flexible and capable of expansion – can accommodate future IMO requirements Will support emerging ECDIS / e-Navigation requirements Will support emerging ECDIS / e-Navigation requirements – integrated Nautical Publications, Inland & Port ENC Product Specs, etc

13 Last updated Dec 2010 Strong Foundation Built on established international standards: Built on established international standards: – ISO /TC211 (130 countries/members) Liaison Liaison – DGIWG (military) – OGC (strong industry/web involvement presence) – SDI (Spatial Data Infrastructure) communities IHO is hosting the ISO compliant Registry IHO is hosting the ISO compliant Registry – Contains registers of hydrographic-related information (such as feature content dictionaries, data types, metadata, etc)

14 Last updated Dec 2010 S-100 Registry accessible via IHO website: www.iho.int accessible via IHO website: www.iho.int

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16 Last updated Dec 2010 Registry and Registers Management procedures in IHO S-99 Management procedures in IHO S-99 Registers organised under domains Registers organised under domains – ( hydrographic features, sea ice coverage, nautical publications, Inland ENCs, etc ) Registry open to extension and use by other submitting organizations Registry open to extension and use by other submitting organizations – Submitting organizations propose then regulate their domain data - via domain control body – All features tagged with domain owner

17 Last updated Dec 2010 Open Participation Is what you want already in the S-100 registry? Is what you want already in the S-100 registry? – Then use it ! Not in the registry ? Not in the registry ? – Then, find or become a submitting organization to : – propose a revision – propose something new – propose to establish a new domain

18 Propose Identify Need DevelopTestImplementTransition New Standard Testing phase S-57 Active Standard Existing Standard Stakeholder feedback and collaboration Retirement Date Implementation phase S-100 Active Standard Effective date S-57 superseded but still valid Committee Approval Implement IHO MS Approval Proposal phase Development phase 1 Jan 2010 S-100 - Status

19 S-100 will support a greater variety of data sources, products and services

20 S-100 and Product Specifications … contains all the components to make different to make different product specifications product specifications for all types of hydrographic data S-101 ENC S-103 ?? S-104 ?? S-100 ????????? ????????? ????????? ?????... S-10?… S-102 ??

21 Last updated Dec 2010 S-101 – next generation ENC Standard for future Electronic Navigational Charts – Based on concepts in S-100 – S-57 ed3.1 data will be usable in S-101 compliant ECDIS systems – Will incorporate all the data included in S-57 ENC – Will allow for plug and play updating of data, symbology and software enhancements

22 Last updated Dec 2010 S-101 Development Timetable Establish test datasets and test-beds Establish test datasets and test-beds Conduct impact analysis Conduct impact analysis – Production Software (Hydrographic Offices, software companies) – OEMs – End Users – training establishments – Type-approval authorities

23 Propose Identify Need DevelopTestImplementTransition Testing phase Implementation phase Active Standard Committee Approval Implement IHO MS Approval Proposal phase Development phase New Standard 1 Jan 2010 S-101 – under development

24 Last updated Dec 2010 Migration from S-57 to S-100 Cooperation with all interested parties ( workshops, IHO S-100 Discussion Forum, ….. ) Cooperation with all interested parties ( workshops, IHO S-100 Discussion Forum, ….. ) S-57 ed3.1 will continue to be used for many years even after S-100 release S-57 ed3.1 will continue to be used for many years even after S-100 release Opportunity to use S-100 based Prod Specs ( e.g. gridded bathy ) with S-57 ENC Prod Spec via data overlays Opportunity to use S-100 based Prod Specs ( e.g. gridded bathy ) with S-57 ENC Prod Spec via data overlays

25 Last updated Dec 2010 Impact on S57 e3.1 ENCs S-101 ENC Product Specification will not come into force until at least 2012 S-101 ENC Product Specification will not come into force until at least 2012 S-101 ENC will sit alongside the existing S-57 e3.1 ENC Product Specification for some time S-101 ENC will sit alongside the existing S-57 e3.1 ENC Product Specification for some time ECDIS equipment which are upgraded to use S-101 ENCs will be able to use S-57 e3.1 ENCs ECDIS equipment which are upgraded to use S-101 ENCs will be able to use S-57 e3.1 ENCs

26 Last updated Dec 2010 Summary S-100 Will enable wider use and transfer of hydrographic data than S-57 Will enable wider use and transfer of hydrographic data than S-57 Registry open to extension and use by other submitting organizations Registry open to extension and use by other submitting organizations Will better support new/emerging requirements Will better support new/emerging requirements Is aligned with a contemporary standard ( ISO 19100 ) Is aligned with a contemporary standard ( ISO 19100 ) Will NOT make S-57 ENCs obsolete Will NOT make S-57 ENCs obsolete Will not require HOs to change to S-100 in the near future Will not require HOs to change to S-100 in the near future

27 IHO S-100 The Universal Hydrographic Data Model


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