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OGF25/EGEE User Forum Le Ciminiere Catania, Italy March 2-6, 2009 . Grid Application Experiences. Standards meet applications for the Earth Sciences domain: the CP use case. Stefano Nativi ( ESSI-Lab of the CNR-IMAA). Layout. Introduction Resources as an Infrastructure

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Standards meet applications for the earth sciences domain the cp use case

OGF25/EGEE User Forum

Le CiminiereCatania, ItalyMarch 2-6, 2009

GridApplicationExperiences

Standards meet applications for the Earth Sciences domain: the CP use case

Stefano Nativi

(ESSI-Labof the CNR-IMAA)


Layout

Layout

  • Introduction

    • Resources as an Infrastructure

      • GMES platform: Environmental Policymaking

      • Earth Sciences Infrastructure

  • The CP Infrastructure experience

    • CYCLOPS project

      • Experimented Architecture

      • Demonstrations

      • Reccomandations


Standards meet applications for the earth sciences domain the cp use case

ResourcesasanInfrastructure

  • Resources: Data, Services, Models, Knowledge, …

  • Civil Protection, GMES, Earth and Space Science

MárioCampolargo (Acting Director, Emerging Technologies and Infrastructures)

European Commission - DG INFSO – OGF 23, Barcelona June 2008


Infrastructures interoperability

InfrastructuresInteroperability

Domain SEMANTICS

StrategicApplications

CP

GeospatialResources

GMES platform

Earth Sciences Infrastructure

CapacityProvision

Computing / Data GRID Infrastructure


Gmes platform

GMES Platform

  • Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES)

  • GMES concept was endorsed by the EC togather and use all available data and information

  • To create innovative and value-added services

  • To use these services to

    • enable decision makersto better anticipate or mitigate crisis situations

    • manage issues related to the environment and security

GMES platform


Gmes cp services

GMES: CP services

  • The Final Report for the GMES Initial Period

    • Recognized the European Civil Protection as a valuable GMES service category

    • Outlined the importance to develop enabling e-infrastructures and virtual organization services to serve specific GMES applications

CP

GMES platform

The riskcircle: F. Pisano (UNITAR).


Services to support environmental policymaking

Services to support Environmental Policymaking

  • Environmental policymaking services are underpinned by Geo-spatial Information Infrastructures

  • To shift from a “traditional” data centric approach to a more advanced service-based solution for Earth System Science information

    • air quality

    • climate change

    • water

    • energy

    • risk zones

    • ecosystems

    • ...

GMES platform

Earth System Sciences

Earth Sciences Infrastructure


Earth sciences infrastructure

Earth Sciences Infrastructure

  • Growing demand of Society to discover, access and use Earth Information, in a seamless, effective and NRT way:

    • Applications and initiatives (ES infrastructures)

      • Decision Support Systems (DSS)

      • Earth and Environment System of Systems (GEOSS, GMES, SEIS)

      • Spatial Data Infrastructures (INSPIRE, NSDI, NFGIS)

      • Observatory systems (NEON, BON)

      • Science Digital Library (NSDL)

    • Technological drivers

      • Increasing resolution and availability of remotely sensed data

      • Growing number of operational satellites and sensor networks

      • Ubiquitous connectivity throughout the Society

      • Growing computing and storage capabilities

Earth Sciences Infrastructure


Earth sciences infrastructure1

Multidisciplinary ES resources interoperability

Adopting a Standardization process: international standards, best practices

EarthSciencesInfrastructure

Semantic Expliciteness/

Interoperability level

SOCIETY

INFRASTRUCTURES, PLATFORMS

and SYSTEMS

Knowledge Extraction & Harmonization

Resources Fruition

through a SOA Approach

ES resources Generation & Encoding

Earth Sciences Infrastructure


Advanced cyber infratructure for earth system science objectives and challenges

AdvancedCyber-infratructureforEarth System Science: objectives and challenges

  • Advanced cyber-infrastructures can support the formation and operation of distributed, multidisciplinary collaborative teams

  • To integrate multidisciplinary knowledge to understand the properties of the Earth System and serve important Societal Benefit Areas

  • This is a real challenge for information technologyas much as it is for scientists

GEOSS Infrastructure

Earth Sciences Infrastructure


Interoperability through standardization

InteroperabilitythroughStandardization

  • Interoperability is underpinned by standards developed at the international level

  • Standards are developed at the level of the lowest common component

[Source: Lesley WybornGeoscience Australia]


The cp infrastructure use case

The CP InfrastructureUse case

CYCLOPS experience


Cyclops overview

CYCLOPS Overview

  • Instrument:

    • FP6 – SSA for EGEE

  • Duration:

    • June 06 – December 08

  • Partnership:

    • Civil Protection Agencies

      • ANPC (PT),DDSC (FR), DPC (IT), Pr. Chania (GR)

    • Scientific and Technological Centres

      • CNR (IT), EMA (FR), INFN (IT), TEI (GR), UMINHO (PT)

  • Main Outcomes

    • Grid-enabled CP applications proof-of-concept

    • Research Strategies and Innovation Guidelines for a European CP e-Infrastructure


Communities interoperability

CommunitiesInteroperability

Application Domain SEMANTICS

StrategicApplications

GMES & CP Communities

Web Services

SOA

  • “To bridge the existing gap between Grid and CP/GMES Communities”

GeospatialServices

Earth & Space Science IT Community

Grid Service

ResourceProvision

GRID Community


Cp gmes requirements

CP & GMES Requirements

  • Civil Protection and GMES applications/systems have specific requirements:

    • to access infrastructure, run models and search information in a real-time (RT) or near-real-time (NRT) way

      • privileging time of response instead of accuracy

    • to control sensors networks and acquisition systems and modify their acquisition strategy and processing chain

    • to share geospatial information that has complex characteristics:

      • Huge amounts of remotely-sensed observations, which are multidimensional and frequently updated

    • To formalise the knowledge required to analyse data and provide decision-makers with effective information

    • To implement the strict data policy and the security requirements typical of dual systems (civil/military);


Cyclops research strategy

CYCLOPS Research Strategy

Conceive a complete Grid-based platform underpinning Geospatial Information services to support Civil Protection/GMES applications:

The CYCLOPS platform

CP

GMES platform

Earth Sciences Infrastructure

Computing / Data GRID Infrastructure


Cyclops architectural framework

CYCLOPS Platform

Presentation and Fruition Services

Business logic Services

CYCLOPS Infrastructure

Spatial Data Infrastructure Services

Interoperability Platform

Security Infrastructure

Geospatial Resources Services

Advanced Grid Services

Environmental Monitoring

Resource Infrastructure

CYCLOPS Architectural Framework

Appl. Platform

Real Time and Near Real Time

Applications for Civil Protection

(Data integration, high-performance computing and distributed environment for simulations)

GRID Platform (EGEE)

Processing Systems

Infrastructure

Data Systems

Instrument

Services


Geospatial resources services the inspire architecture

Geospatialresourcesservices: The INSPIRE architecture

[source: INSPIRE]


Geospatial resources service tiers

CS-W

Discovery services

based on

ISO 19115 profiles

Access and Download services

Presentation services

Thematic Portals

WFS

Processing Services

View

services

WCS

Virtual Globe

Services

WMS

WMS

Geospatial resources service tiers

GI Resources

GeospatialResourceServices

WPS

Processing Services


Cyclops methodology achievements

CYCLOPS: Methodology & Achievements

D6 “Business Process Analysis”

D9 “Use Cases”

D11 “System Requirements”

D8 “Existing Analysis”

D15 “Toward a Grid - Guidelines for Innovation Strategies for

Civil Protection Systems ”

RISICO Proof-of-Concept

CYCLOPS Platform

D16 “Research Strategies for the development of a Civil Protection

E-Infrastructure ”

SPC-GD Proof-of-Concept


Cyclops prototypes

CYCLOPS: Prototypes

  • Wild FiresRiskAssessment

    • Linked to the PREVIEW GMES service

  • G-RISIKO Proof-of-Concept

Input Data

Input Data

OGC-WCS

Output Data

OGC-WCS

Web ServicesInfrastructure

  • Prototypingactivities

GridInfrastructure

GUI

Web

RISIKO

tool

OGC-WPS

RISICO

Model

RISICO

Model


Cyclops prototypes1

CYCLOPS: Prototypes

  • FloodForecast

    • Linked to GMES flash flood anticipation service

  • SPC-GD Proof-of-Concept

EGEE

Environment

SPC-GD

LocalEnvironment

  • Prototypingactivities

WCS

WPS

WMS


Cyclops implemented on egee

CYCLOPS: Implemented on EGEE


Research strategies

ResearchStrategies

Target audience:

Researchactivities and fundingdecision-makers

Methodology:

CivilProtectionSystemsanalysis

Usecasesanalysis

Architecturalframeworkdefinition

Prototyping

Identificationofmainresearchthemes and topics

  • DefinitionofResearchStrategies & InnovationGuidelines


Research themes and topics

ResearchThemes and Topics


Innovation guidelines

InnovationGuidelines

Target Audience:

CP innovationdecision-makers

Methodology:

CivilProtectionSystemsanalysis

Architecturalframeworkdefinition

Prototyping

Identificationofobstaclestoinnovation and possiblesolutions

  • DefinitionofResearchStrategies & InnovationGuidelines


Innovation themes and strategies

InnovationThemes and Strategies


Follow on glite ows g ows wg

Follow-on: GLite-OWS (G-OWS) WG

  • Objectives:

    • To address standardization needs for Earth and Space Science Community and GMES for the GLite framework;

    • To establish an open forum to govern the OWS implementation specifications for the GLite platform.

    • To contribute to the OGC-OGF initiative.

  • Participants:

    • CYCLOPS Consortium

    • DORII Consortium

    • GENESI-DR Consortium

  • Actions:

    • To release a standard GLite package being comprised of OWS implementations:

      • Access : Web Coverage Service (WCS); Web Feature Service (WFS);

      • Processing : Web Processing Service (WPS);

      • Discovery : Catalog Service for Web (CSW);

      • Sensors: Sensor Observation Service (SOS);

      • Visualization: Web Map Service (WMS).

  • To reach out to other Projects/Initiatives and invite them to join the WG;

  • To disseminate the WG activities (e.g. at EGU-ESSI, April 2009).


Useful information

Useful Information

  • CYCLOPS Project Web Site

    • www.cyclops-project.eu

  • G-OWS Working Group

    • http://sites.google.com/a/imaa.cnr.it/g-ows/Home

“Earth Sciences grid/cloud applications using OGC services”

OGF25 SESSION

Wednesday16:00 – 17:30 ( Bernini)


Standards meet applications for the earth sciences domain the cp use case

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