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GEOSS Task AR-09-01b Architecture Implementation Pilot. Nadine Alameh, Ph.D. Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC ) [email protected] GEOSS Interoperability Workshop III October 18, 2011. Outline. What are the Architecture Implementation Pilots (AIP)?

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Geoss task ar 09 01b architecture implementation pilot

GEOSS Task AR-09-01b Architecture Implementation Pilot

Nadine Alameh, Ph.D.

Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)

[email protected]

GEOSS Interoperability Workshop III

October 18, 2011


Outline
Outline

  • What are the Architecture Implementation Pilots (AIP)?

  • What is the process followed within AIP?

  • What are the major outcomes from the Pilots to-date?

  • What are the highlights of the current Pilot AIP-4?

  • Where to go for more information?


What are the architecture implementation pilots aip
What are the Architecture Implementation Pilots (AIP)?

  • GEO Task AR-09-01b

  • Support SBAs by developing new process and infrastructure components for GCI and the broader GEOSS architecture

  • Demonstrate and document results to inform GEOSS Development Baseline progress

“fostering interoperability arrangements and common practices for GEOSS”


A process elaboration of geoss architecture
A process, elaboration of GEOSS Architecture

SBA Tasks,

UIC, CBC,

STC

URR, Data Sharing Task Force

Transfer to operations

2011-2015

User

Needs,

Scenarios

requirements

Design,

Develop,

Deploy

ADC activities

including:

Architecture

Implementation

Pilot (AIP)

Task AR-09-01b

DSP

QA4EO

LTDP

support

Operational

Capability

SIF outreach

GEOSS Common

Infrastructure (GCI)

Task AR-09-01a

persistent

implementation

GCI-Coordination Team


Aip reusable process for sba integrators
AIP Reusable Process for SBA Integrators

  • Scenarios: end user view of the value of GEOSS

    • Focused on topics of interest to a community

    • Occur in a geographic Area of Interest (AOI)

    • Steps in a scenario are mapped to Use Cases


Example flood tasking and product generation in aip 2

From portal select desired theme(s) and area of interest

Selected workflow automatically activates needed assets and models

Example: Flood Tasking and Product Generation in AIP-2

Disaster Management Information System (DMIS)

Mozambique

Aid levels for disaster relief funding can be released within days, in advance of on-site damage assessment.

Workflows

Wizard

Wizard picks appropriate workflow for desired result

Estimated rainfall accumulation and flood prediction model

Baseline water level, flood waters and predicted flooding

Flood Model


Example eurogeoss in geoss aip habitat calculation with wps
Example: EuroGEOSSin GEOSS AIP – Habitat calculation with WPS

Contact: Stefano Nativi


Example air quality in aip 3 visualizing uncertainty in air information
Example: Air Quality in AIP-3Visualizing uncertainty in AIR information


Aip reusable process for sba integrators1
AIP Reusable Process for SBA Integrators

  • Scenarios: end user view of the value of GEOSS

    • Focused on topics of interest to a community

    • Occur in a geographic Area of Interest (AOI)

    • Steps in a scenario are mapped to Use Cases

  • Engineering Use Cases support SBA Scenarios

    • Use cases for discovery, data access, etc

    • Utilize Standards & Interoperability Arrangements



Aip reusable process for sba integrators2
AIP Reusable Process for SBA Integrators

  • Scenarios: end user view of the value of GEOSS

    • Focused on topics of interest to a community

    • Occur in a geographic Area of Interest (AOI)

    • Steps in a scenario are mapped to Use Cases

  • Engineering Use Cases support SBA Scenarios

    • Use cases for discovery, data access, etc

    • Utilize Standards & Interoperability Arrangements

  • Reusable service oriented architecture

    • Leverages ‘operational domain value’ through interoperable services


Energy scenario and use cases simplified
Energy Scenario and Use Cases (simplified)

Reference: “Energy Scenario” Engineering Report, GEO AIP-3, Lionel Menard, January 6, 2011.


Components interact thru services
Components Interact thru Services

Main GEO

Web Site

GEOSS Common

Infrastructure

Registered Community Resources

Client Tier

Registries

GEO

Web Portal

Community

Portals

Client

Applications

Components

& Services

CSW

WMS

CSW

WMS

CSW

W*S

Standards and

Interoperability

Mediation Tier

CSW

CSW

Best Practices

Wiki

Community

Catalogues

Search

Brokers

Alert

Servers

GEOSS

Clearinghouse

User Requirements

WPS

Workflow

Management

Processing

Servers

Test Facility

Access Tier

WFS

WCS

WFS

WCS

SOS

SAS

SPS

W*S

GEONETCast

Long Term Archives

Access Brokers

Sensor

Web

Model

Web


Aip evolutionary development phases has piloted the geoss 10 year plan architecture
AIP Evolutionary Development Phases has piloted the GEOSS 10 Year Plan Architecture

  • AIP-1 

    • Kickoff: June 2007

    • Result: "Core" Architecture defined most of the GCI IOC – Architecture Workshop

    • http://www.ogcnetwork.net/pub/ogcnetwork/GEOSS/AI_Pilot_Demo/index.html

  • AIP-2 

    • Kickoff: September 2008

    • Result: SBA implementations of common cross-cutting architecture

    • http://www.ogcnetwork.net/AIP2ERs

    • http://www.ogcnetwork.net/pub/ogcnetwork/GEOSS/AIP2/index.html

  • AIP-3

    • Kickoff: March 2010

    • Result: Enabled data sharing and network building in GEOSS SBA communities

    • http://www.ogcnetwork.net/pub/ogcnetwork/GEOSS/AIP3/index.html


Aip 3 summary and recommendations
AIP-3 Summary and Recommendations Year Plan Architecture

  • Improved access to variety of observations

    • Remote sensing, in-situ sensing, & models

  • Increased capabilities through web services

    • Access, Processing, Data, Semantics

  • Repeatable results through engineering process

    • Scenarios, Services, Interoperability Arrangements

  • Improved decision-making

    • Coordinated SBA and technical developments


Aip 3 complete
AIP-3 Complete Year Plan Architecture

  • GEOSS bold vision endorsed 5 years ago

  • Architecture vision now realized for several societal applications

www.ogcnetwork.net/geoss/aip-3/


Aip 4 call for participation
AIP-4 Call for Participation Year Plan Architecture

Announced by GEO Secretariat, 6 April 11

Activity 1:  Access to Priority EO Data Sources

Activity 2:  Clients and Mediated Access Enablers

http://www.earthobservations.org/geoss_call_aip.shtml


Aip 4 participation 28
AIP-4 Year Plan Architecture Participation (28)

  • Afriterra

  • AstriumSpotImage

  • CIESIN

  • Compusult

  • CREAF

  • enviroGRIDS

  • EO2HEAVEN

  • EOX and Rasdaman

  • EuroGEOSS - GENESIS

  • EuroGEOSS - UncertWEB

  • GENESI

  • GeoViQua, QA4EO, ESIP

  • GIS.FCU

  • Graphitech

  • INCOSE

  • INPE

  • Jacobs University

  • KNMI

  • Mines ParisTech

  • NASRDA

  • NOAA DMIT

  • NOAA & GMU

  • PML

  • PYXIS

  • SIF

  • TEAM Network

  • Vightel

  • Wash UnivSt.Louis

Responses to AIP-4 CFP are posted


Aip 4 master schedule
AIP-4 Master Year Plan Architecture Schedule


Aip 4 activity 1 access to priority eo data sources
AIP-4 Activity Year Plan Architecture #1:Access to Priority EO Data Sources

  • Access to Priority EO Data Sources as either:

    • Long Term Archive or

    • Data Broker

  • Data access assistance:

    • Tutorials, server toolkits, expert guidance

    • Coordination with SIF

  • Services to test priority access services and enabler components

    • Data access through services – as discussed at ADC meeting in Brazil

      • WCS, WFS, WMS, SOS, OPenDAP, WPS


GEO-UIC Highest Ranked Observation Parameters Year Plan Architecture (Table 13 from GEO  Task  US-­09-­01a:   Critical  Earth  Observations  Priorities)

Used in AIP-4 to prioritize Access Services


Data services in aip 4 http geossaip esipfed org priority observations node 267
Data Services in AIP- Year Plan Architecture 4http://geossaip.esipfed.org/priority_observations/node/267


Assistance for bringing more services online
Assistance for bringing more services online Year Plan Architecture

  • Led by SIF (Steve Browdy)

  • AIP-4 Tutorials

    • WFS: CREAF, enviroGRIDS, UAB

    • WCS: GMU, Jacobs University, CSISS, CREAF…

    • WMS: enviroGRIDS

    • SOS: EO2HEAVEN

    • WPS: Mines ParisTech

    • ‘Quality of data’ visualization: GeoVIQUA

  • WCS software

    • EOX/Rasdaman

    • GMU


Tutorials on best practice wiki http wiki ieee earth org
Tutorials on Best Practice Year Plan Architecture Wikihttp://wiki.ieee-earth.org/


Aip 4 activity 2 clients and mediated access enablers
AIP Year Plan Architecture -4 Activity #2: Clients and Mediated Access Enablers

  • Components that enable exploitation of Priority EO Data Sources

  • Component providers to work with CoPs on defining data exploitation requirements

  • CoP participants interested to work with component providers

  • Support of integration testing and informing usability testing

  • Outreach documentation: for providers and for CoP integrators.


Clients
Clients Year Plan Architecture

  • Visualization and browsing

    • CIESIN

    • EnviroGRIDS portal

    • GIS FCU

    • INPE TerraView

    • KNMI

    • Mines ParisTech (GENESIS) WebGIS HelioClim-1 client

  • Exploitation

    • PYXIS WorldViewGeoWeb Browser

    • GraphiTech

  • Sensor Web

    • Compusult

    • Mix of EO Critical Observations supported

  • Check

  • http://geossaip.esipfed.org/aip-wg2/node/287

  • for more information:

  • Mix of portals and stand-alone clients

  • Mix of data formats and protocols supported


Enabler components
Enabler Components Year Plan Architecture

  • Semantic-enabled mediation Components

    • EuroGEOSS Data Access Broker

    • GENESI-DEC Search Service

    • PML NETMAR

  • Web Processing Services Components

    • Population estimation service – CIESIN

    • Ecological forecasting – EuroGEOSS – UncertWeb

    • Spatio-temporal processing services – Graphitech

    • Coverage Processing – Rasdaman and Vightel

    • Solar radiation parameters extraction – Mines Paris Tech

    • Satellite, in-situ and model data processing – PML

    • Heterogeneous data for common grids – EuroGEOSS Access Broker


Client server testing
Client-Server Testing Year Plan Architecture


Launching clients when accessing data testing done using eurogeoss data access broker
Launching clients when accessing data Year Plan Architecture Testing done using EuroGEOSS Data Access Broker

  • Broker clients and services

  • Allow calling the right client for any service


Plans for istanbul plenary
Plans for Istanbul Plenary Year Plan Architecture

  • Exhibit space co-sponsored by ADC, OGC and EoX/Rasdaman (Nov 15-Nov 17)

    • AIP-4 Plan for Exhibit

      • Central display with rotating presentations

      • Dedicated tables for interested organizations

  • AIP-4 Demonstrations side-event (Th Nov 17)

    • AIP Overview

    • AIP-4 Results

      • Services

      • Tutorials

      • Launching Clients

      • Client demos


Planning for aip 5
Planning for AIP Year Plan Architecture -5

  • Scenario based development based on requests

    • Energy, Health, Water

  • Develop Information Schemas for GEOSS

  • Draft Schedule

    • Develop CFP: January to March 2012

    • Kickoff Workshop: May or June 2012

    • Development: 4 months

    • Complete in 2012

  • Deliverables

    • Components, ERs, Deployed scenarios.


For more information
For more information Year Plan Architecture

  • Nadine Alameh

    • [email protected]

  • GEO

    • earthobservations.org

  • GEO Architecture Implementation Pilot

    • www.ogcnetwork.net/AIpilot

  • GEOSS registries and SIF

    • geossregistries.info


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