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© Infoterra-Global 1 PREVIEW HALO Workshop Toulouse, 11-12 July 2006 Patricia CONTI, EADS ASTRIUM © 2005
© Infoterra-Global 2 PREVIEW aims at developing, at European scale, new or enhanced information services for risk management : Atmospheric (Windstorms, Fires, Floods) Geophysical (Landslides, Earthquakes, Volcanoes) Man made General services (Assets mapping, damage assessment) in support of European Civil Protections and local or regional or national authorities, making the best use of the most advanced research and technology outcomes in Earth Observation, both optical and radar Meteo and hydro forecasts and models Geophysical techniques PREVIEW Objectives
© Infoterra-Global 3 PREVIEW Partnership 58 partners from 15 nations 45 months schedule until end 2008
© Infoterra-Global 4 PREVIEW is presently developing services and will validate them during dedicated test campaigns. Simultaneously, we are defining the infrastructure that will support the deployment and the operation of the services to be used by all categories of users in the different countries. PREVIEW current status
© Infoterra-Global 5 Overall system functional architecture
© Infoterra-Global 6 Harmonised communication between services Format of exchanged data Interconnection tool based on SSE Harmonised access to data providers Meteorological data GTS WIS core network Adaptive observations -> EUCOS Earth observation space data EO-DAIL GEONETCast (EUMETSAT/EUMETCAST) HiSEEN PREVIEW design drivers (1/2)
© Infoterra-Global 7 Harmonised access to data providers (contd) Geophysical data ORFEUS (Observatories & Research Facilities for European Seismology) & MEREDIAN project (Mediterranean-European Rapid Earthquake Data Information & Archiving Network) EMSC (European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre) Harmonised access to operational services from the user point of view GMES Services portal Internet, TANGO, EUMETCAST PREVIEW design drivers (2/2)
© Infoterra-Global 8 End Users GMES Services Portal Windstorm Forecasting Service Windstorm Risk Mapping Service Wind gust calculation Service Meteo In-situ data ECMWF EPS forecasts COSMO LEPS forecasts MOGREPS forecasts LAMEPS forecasts PEACE forecasts SRNWP PEPS forecasts NWP Forecasts met.no NWP Forecasts Met Office wind speed & other synoptic elements Ensemble forecasts Historical data Wind gust Traffic light map Meteogram Assets mapping Service Rapid Mapping Service EO Data Portal Population density map Population value map Industries & public facilities localisation map SEVESO sites map Damage map VHR / HR products GTS WIS GTS WIS GeoNETCAST - EUMETCAST Internet End to end operational scenario for Windstorm hazard
© Infoterra-Global 9 SERVICE Provider Portal(s) End Users Windstorm risk mapping Service Catalogue Ingestion Production Chains Service Provider management system GMES Services Portal Service management system Production Chains Catalogue Ingestion Windstorm Forecasting Service Service Provider management system Distributed Service Chaining SERVICE Provider Portal(s) Production Chains Catalogue Ingestion Gust calculation Service Service Provider management system Distributed Service Chaining Products Services interoperability –Windstorm forecasting
© Infoterra-Global 10 www.preview-risk.com PREVIEW WEB site
© Infoterra-Global 11 Thank you for your time
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