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ESDIS Project Management of LANCE . Dawn R. Lowe ESDIS Project Manager LANCE User Working Group Meeting November 16, 2010. Introduction. The Land and Atmospheres Near-Real Time Capability for EOS (LANCE): Builds on existing EOSDIS elements for MODIS, AMSR-E, AIRS, MLS, and OMI

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Esdis project management of lance

ESDIS Project Management of LANCE

Dawn R. Lowe

ESDIS Project Manager

LANCE User Working Group Meeting

November 16, 2010


Introduction

Introduction

The Land and Atmospheres Near-Real Time Capability for EOS (LANCE):

Builds on existing EOSDIS elements for MODIS, AMSR-E, AIRS, MLS, and OMI

Provides a comprehensive suite of EOS products within 3 hours of observation

Provides data products freely (after registration)


Rationale for lance

Rationale for LANCE

Levies a set of requirements that ensure a consistent service to a wide user base

Establishes procedures for working with end users to identify system upgrades and changes and suggesting prioritized modifications to the UWG

Promotes software re-use across and within the elements in order to reduce development and sustaining engineering costs


Eosdis context

EOSDIS Context

CDDIS

ASDC

EDOS

Level Zero Processing Facility

Users

CERES SIPS

AMSR-E SIPS

GHRC

GES DISC

AMSR-E

Research

AIRS

MLS

HIRDLS SIPS

GLAS SIPS

White SandsComplex(WSC)

LP DAAC

LAADS

Educ-ation

MOPITT SIPS

MODAPS

MODIS

EOS Backbone Network

(EBnet)

OBPG

NSIDC

OBPG SIPS

MLS SIPS

NRT Users

EOS PolarGround Stations

TES SIPS

OMI SIPS

PO.DAAC

ORNL DAAC

OMI

Earth System Modelers

Key

SEDAC

SAR DAAC

SIPS

  • Data Center

Standard data flow

Near Real-Time data flow

LANCE


Esdis management of lance

ESDIS Management of LANCE

  • Provides the supporting infrastructure:

    • Manages the interface to EDOS

    • Provides the network infrastructure

    • Provides funding to the individual elements

    • Develops and maintains the LANCE website

    • Collects and reports status and metrics

  • Coordinates joint element activities:

    • Advocates and identifies areas of commonality between the systems

    • Conducts regular LANCE status meetings with the element leads and NASA HQ

    • Interacts with end users concerning potential upgrades and performs related analyses

    • Generates annual work plans

    • Hosts UWG meetings


Lance element responsibilities

LANCE Element Responsibilities

Generate and distribute products

Ensure adherence to the latency requirements

Perform system development and sustaining engineering

Maintain the element-specific components of the LANCE web site

Provide User Support for data issues raised by end users

Perform analyses of resources required for potential system upgrades


Going forward

Going Forward

  • ESDIS will continue to provide the infrastructure for LANCE and facilitate LANCE operations

  • ESDIS encourages feedback and suggestions from LANCE users for improving the quality of near real-time data and services

  • ESDIS will work with LANCE elements to implement improvements as needed

  • ESDIS will plan for future meetings of the LANCE User Working Group and coordinate with other NRT capabilities within NASA


Acronyms

Acronyms


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