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February 29, 2012 Tracy Hansen Bryon Lawrence. Overview. Project Overview Prototype Work Next Steps and Future work. Contributors. Paula McCaslin Charlie Paxton Bunny Pfau Evan Polster Nico Preston Jim Ramer Mike Romberg Bob Rood Kevin Scharfenberg Steve Schotz Logan Smith

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February 29, 2012

Tracy Hansen

Bryon Lawrence

overview
Overview

Project Overview

Prototype Work

Next Steps and Future work

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Contributors

Paula McCaslin

Charlie Paxton

Bunny Pfau

Evan Polster

Nico Preston

Jim Ramer

Mike Romberg

Bob Rood

Kevin Scharfenberg

Steve Schotz

Logan Smith

Jennifer Spinney

Jennifer Valdez

Joe Wakefield

Susan Williams

Leigh Cheatwood Harris

Yu-ru Chen

Gina Chien

David Etim

John Ferree

Tom Filiaggi

Chris Golden

Herb Grote

Eve Gruntfest

Tracy Hansen

Xiangbao Jing

Bryon Lawrence

Tom LeFebvre

Mark Mathewson

Greg Machala

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Collaborations

NWS Partners

OHD, NWS Hydrologists

Workshop participants

BOU Office

NWS National Centers

NCEP Development Team

AWIPS II

AWIPS II

Extended

Collaboration

Data Delivery

Thin Client

Verification

NWSWarn

NSSL PHI

Central Weather

Bureau,Taiwan

RTS

Raytheon Technical Services

RENCI

MDL

Meteorological Development Lab

SSWIM

Social Science Woven

Into Meteorology

Iris / iNWS

NSSL

National Severe Storms Lab

COMET

University of Wisconsin

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Iterative Feedback Process

“Build a little / Test a little”

Prototype

Demo

Sessions

Feedback

Incorporated into next iteration

User

5

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Social Science Partner Research

Social Science Woven into Meteorology (SSWIM)

SSWIM brought on board 2009

Preliminary Results from Current Research shared at AMS 2011

Today, provide a brief overview of the social science component and share several practical applications for the Hazard Services prototype design.

Jen Spinney, Researcher carrying out social science component of project

funding and resources
Funding and Resources

National Weather Service – OS&T (Office of Science and Technology)

GSD DDF (Global Systems Division Discretionary Director) and Base Funds

CWB (Central Weather Bureau) Taiwan

COMET – University of Southern Florida

Southern Region – NWSWarn

MDL personnel

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Purpose -- Integrate Hazard Tools

Phase 1

WARNGEN

(< 1 hour)

GHG

(Hours-Days)

Hazard

Services

RiverPro

(Days)

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Purpose -- Integrate Hazard Tools

Phase 2

WARNGEN

(< 1 hour)

GHG

(Hours-Days)

Hazard Services

RiverPro

(Days)

NMAP

(National)

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Purpose -- Two-way Communication

Phase 3

AWIPS II CAVE -- Forecasters

Web -- Partners:

EM\'s, Broadcasters

Spotters, Publics

Hazards

National

“Cloud”

Impacts

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IHIS serves as a vehicle for social science

(RENCI / SSWIM) research into

Partner Requirements to be realized by NWS

project history
Project History
  • 2004 OSIP Project / Next Generation Warning Tool team
    • Telecons for Concept and Requirements discussions
  • 2008 Workshop Norman OK, 130 attendees http://www.weather.gov/warningworkshop
    • 50% NWS / 50% partners (FEMA, EM’s, etc.)
  • 2009 Integrated Hazard Information Services Workshop hosted by GSD, 70 attendees http://fxa.noaa.gov/NGWT/NGWT_Workshop.html
    • Forecasters / partners / developers / social scientists
    • Initial User Interface designed for prototyping
  • 2010 Prototyping – Web-based short-fused tornado warning
    • Established basic user interface through rapid forecaster feedback
    • Looking ahead to two-way communication
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Project History

2011 Prototype work

AWIPS II CAVE Prototypes – short-fused, long-fused, hydro

Utilization of PGEN drawing tools

GIS data – hospitals, Iris spotter reports, Census

Design and partial development for “Live Data”

Web-based prototype (prior to May)

Attended IWT Workshop – Hydro/Partners

2011 Workshops

Attended IWT Workshop – Hydro/Partners

Hazard Services Workshop II (Sept) – Engaged user community and began defining IOC requirements

integrated hazard information services
Integrated Hazard Information Services

Moving from Product-Centric to Information-Centric Hazard Information

Still need to store both legacy VTEC (Valid Time Event Code) product-centric information along with “atomic” information-centric information.

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Hazard Services – Data Storage

National Distributed

Database

Hazard

Creation:

Grids, Polygons,

Points, Paths

(Drawn or Calculated) ->

Information Centric

Atomic Hazard Information

Product Centric

VTEC Information

SBN

Product Generation

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Summary of Prototyping Work

  • Prototyping has
    • “Touched on” ~60% of requirements
    • Provided a good launching point for gathering functional requirements and IOC design
    • Yet only covers ~20% of the functionality
future work
Future Work

-- Integrated GSD / RTS team for Phase 1 production development

-- Goals: OSIP Gate 3 and IOC

-- Development Tasks

Data Transformation Framework for algorithms such as Recommenders and Text Products

Database Solution– working with Iris team on storage formats, security, authentication

User Interface and Forecast Process – common GUI for efficient and accurate hazard generation

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Hazard Services across perspectives

A possible step toward integrating AWIPS Applications

  • Common Data Access
  • Common Tools – iTools, Recommenders,

Text Products

  • Collaboration
    • Real-time
    • Data Sharing
  • National Data “Cloud”
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