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Report of the architecture and data committee adc

Report of the Architecture and Data Committee (ADC)

R.Shibasaki

(ADC, Japan)


Strategic targets of architecture and data management adm

Strategic Targets of Architecture and Data Management (ADM)

  • Target of Architecture

    Achieve sustained operation, continuity and interoperability of existing and new systems that provide essential environmental observations and information, including the GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) that facilitates access to, and use of, these observations and information.

  • Target of Data Management

    Provide a shared, easily accessible, timely, sustained stream of comprehensive data of documented quality, as well as metadata and information products, for informed decision-making.


Strategic targets of architecture and data management adm1

Strategic Targets of Architecture and Data Management (ADM)

  • Target of Architecture

    Achieve sustained operation, continuity and interoperability of existing and new systems that provide essential environmental observations and information, including the GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) that facilitates access to, and use of, these observations and information.

  • Target of Data Management

    Provide a shared, easily accessible, timely, sustained stream of comprehensive data of documented quality, as well as metadata and information products, for informed decision-making.


Report of the architecture and data committee adc

Contribution

of GEO members

GCI

Users


Report of the architecture and data committee adc

Contribution

of GEO members

  • How many data sets that meet requirements?

  • How easily discovered and used?

  • Operation is sustained?

GCI

?

Users


Report of the architecture and data committee adc

Growth of Registered/Accessible Resources

Number

10,000,000

1,000,000

100,000

10,000

1,500

1,000

Services

Datasets

Earth Observation

Systems

500

191

43

141

year

2010


Report of the architecture and data committee adc

Growth of Registered/Accessible Resources

Number

10,000,000

Datasets

1,000,000

100,000

Services

90,909

10,000

1,492

1,500

Earth Observation

Systems

1,000

500

381

191

43

141

year

2010

2011 (Sept.)


Report of the architecture and data committee adc

Growth of Registered/Accessible Resources

100,000,000

28,000,000+

Dataproducts*

Number

10,000,000

*via CEOS CWIC client integration

(CWIC:CEOS WGISS Integrated Catalogue)

Datasets

1,000,000

100,000

90,909

10,000

1500+

Services

1,492

1,500

1,000

Earth Observation

Systems

500+

500

381

191

43

141

year

2010

2011 (Sept.)

2011(Nov.)


Report of the architecture and data committee adc

Why have resources increased so rapidly?

GCI

resources


Report of the architecture and data committee adc

Why have resources increased so rapidly?

GCI

Broker

resources


Why have resources increased so rapidly

Why have resources increased so rapidly?

catalogue

GCI

Broker

catalogue

catalogue

resources

catalogue


Why have resources increased so rapidly1

Why have resources increased so rapidly?

catalogue

GCI

Broker

catalogue

catalogue

resources

catalogue


Semantic issue in search

Semantic Issue in Search

precipitation

rainfall

catalogue

GCI

Broker

catalogue

catalogue

resources

catalogue


Geoss earth observation vocaburaly

GEOSS Earth Observation Vocaburaly

Earth Observation

(EO) vocabulary

catalogue

GCI

Broker

catalogue

catalogue

resources

catalogue


Report of the architecture and data committee adc

  • Passive to Active

  • Renewing GCI with Broker

  • GEOSS EO vocabulary

Discoverable data set or resources

can really meet users’ requirements?


Critical earth observation eo priorities

Critical Earth Observation(EO) Priorities


Critical earth observation parameters

Critical Earth Observation Parameters


Report of the architecture and data committee adc

How many of the parameters are covered by downloadable data sets?

Societal Benefit Areas

Precipitation

Used

Soil moisture

Surface air temperature

Not

used

Surface wind speed

Land cover


Critical eo parameters covered by downloadable data sets through gci

Critical EO Parameters Covered by “Downloadable” Data Sets Through GCI

EO parameters covered by

“downloadable”

data sets through GCI.

146 Critical Earth Observation (EO) Parameters

23

Top 25

Important

parameters

2

111 or 76% of

Critical EO parameters

are now covered.

121

88

EO parametersnot covered by datasets available on-line

33

As of Nov, 2011


Adc achievements 2011

ADC Achievements 2011

  • Discovery and access (e.g. download) of broader and more heterogeneous EO data products with current technology

    • “Sprint to Plenary (StP)”

      • Prototyping of New GCI with EuroGEOSS and GENESI DEC.

      • Facilitating access to GEOSS Data CORE

    • AIP-4: supporting StP

      • Access to critical EO data sets (direct data access)

      • EO vocabulary (ontology team)

      • Software tools to access and exploit EO data

    • Standards and Interoperability Forum (SIF) and AIP-4

      • Tutorial; “How to use GEOSS”

  • “Interoperability Assessment White Paper” by SIF

    • Based on analysis on GCI uses, identified ways to improve GCI functionality to better supportinteroperability.


Next steps

Next Steps

  • Enhance work plan with clear definitions of targets and milestones for ADC tasks, ensuring that the strategic targets are achieved by 2015.

  • Evolve GCI

    • Enable access and exploitation of data discovered via GCI, including mobile applications

    • Support cross SBA applications (e.g. water + health) for development of earth data products and information

  • Facilitate the expansion of interoperable Earth Data Sets and their incorporation into GEOSS

  • Better Communication

    • Create and implement a communication plan (e.g. Tutorial on “How to use GEOSS”)


Report of the architecture and data committee adc

END


Interoperability recommendations

Interoperability Recommendations

Recommendation Category 1: Enhance the GCI, including legal interoperability and semantic interoperability, so it is better understood and more usable.

Recommendation Category 2: Achieve standards convergence and integration of semantics.

Recommendation Category 3: Incorporate metrics into the GCI to monitor interoperability.

Recommendation Category 4: Engage communities more to understand their evolution and to cultivate relationships for GEOSS interoperability.

Recommendation Category 5:Work with communities to establish a reference architecture and design for community components such as registries and brokers/mediators.


Remaining issues monitoring and evaluation m e wg report on adm

Remaining issues.Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) WG Report on ADM

  • No clear evidence that the ADC Strategic Targets will be met by 2015.

  • User Interface is difficult to use.

  • No uniform, consistent way that data are registered, stored and accessed.

  • Lack of Systems Engineering Rigor.

  • Technology employed is not current.

  • Data may exist but difficult to find.

Planning and Management

  • No formal process for Gap Analysis between Targets and Tasks.

  • The present progress report does not allow for a quantitative evaluation of progress.

  • The GEOSS capabilities are not well communicated to global community.

  • Commercial and intellectual property rights are perceived as a barrier to publishing data in GEOSS.

Technical

Communication


Present status of registries in gci

Present status of registries in GCI

Registered contents

  • 28,000,000+data products,

  • 1,500+ services

  • 500+ EO systems

  • (as of Nov. 2011)

  • Data products

  • Services

  • User requirements

1,300 + contents

(as of Nov. 2011)

  • Standards, interoperability arrangements

179

(as of Nov. 2011)


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