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TELEIOS 2nd User Community Workshop. Introduction and Agenda. Dr. Eva Klien Spatial Information Management Fraunhofer IGD Tel +49 6151 155 – 412 [email protected] www.igd.fraunhofer.de. Welcome to Fraunhofer IGD. 215 Employees (FTE) 16,2 Mio € Budget 4 Locations

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Teleios 2nd user community workshop

TELEIOS 2nd User Community Workshop

Introduction and Agenda

Dr. Eva Klien

Spatial Information Management

FraunhoferIGDTel +49 6151 155 – [email protected] www.igd.fraunhofer.de


Welcome to fraunhofer igd

Welcome to Fraunhofer IGD

215 Employees (FTE)

16,2 Mio € Budget

4 Locations

Darmstadt, Rostock,

Graz und Singapur

12 R&D-Departments

for the applied research and the utilization of research results in the economy

  • The world's leading institute for applied research in Visual Computing

Fraunhofer IGD, April 4, 2012


Fraunhofer igd darmstadt

Fraunhofer IGD Darmstadt

  • Competence Centers

    • Interactive Multimedia Appliances

    • Interactive Engineering Technologies

    • Information Visualization and Visual Analytics

    • Virtual and Augmented Reality

  • Spatial Information Management

  • Medical Imaging andCognitive Computing

  • Identification and Biometrics

  • Visual Computing System Technologies

Fraunhofer IGD, April 4, 2012


Involving the teleios user community

Involving the TELEIOS User Community

Capturing the requirements of the TELEIOS user community

1st User Community Workshop: User RequirementsAnalysis:

Continuous testing and evaluation of TELEIOS infrastructure by the community

2nd User Community Workshop: Informal but structuredfeedback: Interactive demonstrations, DiscussionsandQuestionnaires

3rd User Community Workshop: User evaluationof final system

Keep theinterestedstakeholdersinformedabouttheevolutionoftheprojectandprovide a platformtocontribute

Project Newsletter + Video

User Community Workshops

Variousdisseminationactivities (publications, presentations, …)


Goals of this workshop

Goals of this Workshop

To inform you on the evolution and status of TELEIOS

Ensuring community support

Providing you a platform to express your expectations towards the project

To demonstrate the implemented system components and receive your feedback on their usability

To demonstrate and to discuss the effectiveness and applicability of innovative methods for improving the access to EO data

To collect suggestions and requirements for the system evaluation that will be performed by the end of the project

 3rd User Community Workshop in 2013


Report from 1 st workshop

Report from 1st Workshop

13 October 2010, hosted by ESA in Frascati

Around 30 participants

Focus on:

presenting the vision of TELEIOS to the international Earth Observation community

capturing the EO community’s requirements for the TELEIOS infrastructure to be developed

With a methodology based on user stories a set of high-level requirements was successfully captured in the brainstorming sessions

In the aftermath of the workshop, these high-level requirements were prioritized and categorized by the TELEIOS use cases leaders NOA and DLR. They serve as a basis for the ongoing use case developments.


User stories

User Stories

  • User storiesischaracterisedthroughthefollowingelements:

  • Short natural language sentences describing desired functionality of a system

    • User storieshelp in ensuring a commonunderstandingbetweenthe different stakeholdergroups (developers, end users).

    • Theycould also beseenas a scriptfor a demonstratortobedevelopedlater on.

    • A user story is a short sentence and might follow the pattern

    • “As a <role> I want <something> so that <benefit>”


User stories examples

User Stories – Examples

(1) As an end user of EO data products, I want to query the products based on their semantic content and on the geographical extent using a single query in order to increase precision and recall in the EO image discovery process and to reduce manual effort

(2) As an expert user (EO Scientist / Scientific User, Service Provider), I want to be able to trigger a computation that updates the threshold values based on the information on “validated hotspots” I have input before

(3)As an EO expert, I want to have full transparency of all features of a software I use for Image Information Miningin order to be able to assess the suitability of the generated EO product for my needs


Teleios 2nd user community workshop

User Stories – Statistics (I)

NOA Use Case

Total: 38 User Stories

DLR Use Case


Teleios 2nd user community workshop

User Stories – Statistics (II)


Post workshop activities i

Post-Workshop Activities (I)


Post workshop activities ii

Post-Workshop Activities (II)

From User Stories to Use Cases

Transfer User Stories into Use Cases

Identify user stories that cover functional requirements on the system

Group the user stories and identify related user stories and the nature of the relationship such as generalization, specialization.

Identify user stories that can be transferred to whole use cases and those that correspond to parts of use cases.

 Use Cases follows a formal structure (template) and cover details such as preconditions, steps in a success scenario or processed data


Example use case

ExampleUse Case


Overview on timeline for teleios software development

Overview on Timeline for TELEIOS Software Development

Implementing and deploying the TELEIOS infrastructure V2

Implementing and deploying the TELEIOS infrastructure V1

Designing the TELEIOS SW architecture

Setting up the TELEIOS SW and HW components

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We are

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3rd User Community Workshop

1st User Community Workshop

2nd User Community Workshop


2 nd workshop

2nd Workshop

We show an intermediate snapshot of the TELEIOS system

Components are still under development

No formal evaluation of the functionalities is foreseen at this point in time

We solicit your feedback through:

Interactive demonstrations and discussions

Feedback questionnaire:

Consists of a set of generic questions concerning your interests and expertise followed by specific questions for each individual session

Time is allocated at the end of each session for filling out the questionnaires


Agenda thursday morning

Agenda – Thursday Morning


Agenda thursday afternoon

Agenda – Thursdayafternoon


Agenda friday morning

Agenda – Fridaymorning


Organisational issues

Organisational Issues

  • Dinner todayat 19:00

  • Darmstädter Ratskeller Hausbrauerei

  • Market Place 8

Fraunhofer IGD

http://www.ratskeller-darmstadt.de/


Introductory round

Introductory Round

Some topics that we are interested in:

Please describe your daily work with EO data. Which user role describes your work with EO data best (scientific user, end user, software developer for EO software…)

From the things that you heard before about TELEIOS:

What are your generic expectations towards the project?

How do you expect to benefit in your daily work from the TELEIOS software?

What would you consider the most exciting development?

Is there any important related problem that the TELEIOS project is not addressing?

Which tools are you using for your work with EO data?

Which workshop sessions are of most interest for you?

 There is time allocated in the afternoon for short use case presentations


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