Canri aurisa workshop 24 may 2002
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 22

CANRI / AURISA Workshop 24 May 2002 PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 84 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

CANRI / AURISA Workshop 24 May 2002. New OpenGIS technology and its use in the CANRI framework. Future. OGC Web Services Web Feature Server (WFS) Data Framework Local-e Spatial. OGC Open Web Services. OGC Interoperability Test-beds Addressed practical and theoretical issues

Download Presentation

CANRI / AURISA Workshop 24 May 2002

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Canri aurisa workshop 24 may 2002

CANRI / AURISA Workshop24 May 2002

New OpenGIS technology and its use in the CANRI framework


Future

Future

  • OGC Web Services

  • Web Feature Server (WFS)

  • Data Framework

  • Local-e Spatial


Ogc open web services

OGC Open Web Services

  • OGC Interoperability Test-beds

  • Addressed practical and theoretical issues

  • Web Feature Server

  • “Sensor Web” Use Case

  • GML for observations

  • Catalogue architectures


Web feature server

Web Feature Server

  • Multiple vendors

  • Exercised with real clients

  • SCO’s Web Map Composer supporting full “dialog” in interactive GUI:

    • List available feature types

    • Retrieve GML schema (and base schemas)

    • Create Query

    • Invoke WFS

    • Map Results


Canri aurisa workshop 24 may 2002

TD database

Data service

XML – material/thermodynamic properties

Modelling service

XML (results)

WFS use

GIS

Data

Service (WFS)

GML (geometry)

Control

Application

SVG(graphics)

Portrayal & Graphics service


Gml application schemas

OWS

Measurements, Sensors

GML application schemas

Drillholes,

Geology objects, Geophysics

GML

basic Features, Geometry

Values, Observations

Imports xlink

XMML

XML

MarineXML

Navigation Charts

Marine Science

XML Schema

WetXML ?

Water Quality

GBIF ?

Biodiversity

re-use components from more general languages


Sensorweb

SensorWeb

  • Goal: collect real-time data from remotely deployed sensors, using web-services technology

  • 3 specification documents:

    • Sensor Collection Service

      • OGC Web Service providing information about, and from, a sensor or network of sensors

    • SensorML

      • XML language to describe a sensor instance

    • Observations and Measurements

      • GML components to serialise measurement data

      • Typed values, collections and arrays


Iso gml feature model

ISO/GML Feature Model


Catalogue architectures

Catalogue architectures

  • Multiple catalogues required to meet use cases identified

  • Theory done on catalogue and service description information models

  • Harmonised around industry standard (ebXML Registry Information Model)

  • Powerful hierarchical classifications

  • To be exercised


Canri data framework

CANRI Data Framework

  • CANRI Project 2001-2002

  • Provide an overall structure for natural resources management datasets

  • Endorsed by the key NSW natural resource management agencies


Data framework planned outcomes

Data Framework: Planned Outcomes

  • Classification system for data served via CANRI

  • Taxonomy of natural resources terms for use in the CANRI catalogue

  • Enhanced CANRI homepage and map data selection tool

  • Thesaurus mapped to global de facto standard (GEMET)


Local e geo spatial services

Local-e Geo-Spatial Services

  • LGSA -Networking The Nation

  • Phase 1: completed

  • Phase 2: Online


The vision

The Vision

  • Local-e will provide a service for councils in NSW to create and view interactive maps online.

    • Created by combining shared spatial data and electronic services.

    • Maps will provide connection to online services


Lgsa webservices expandable base sites modular building blocks approach

LGSA Webservices: Expandable Base sites - modular “Building Blocks” approach

Geo-spatial

SPE Portal

Standards

E-procurement

Phase 4:

OSD services

Phase 3:

Bulk upgrades

Phase 2:

Individual upgrades

Phase 1:

Base sites


Use case 1 websford farmer

Use Case 1 – Websford Farmer

  • Assess the applicability of the latest salinity management developments

  • Surf to Websford Site

  • Click ‘Salinity Map’

  • Type in address to find parcel

  • View map of Salinity risk, crop health, cadastral boundaries

  • Asses risk & take measures


Use case 2 websford citizen

Use Case 2 – Websford Citizen

  • Book public rugby field

  • Websford council site  “Sports facilities”

  • Show public sites on city map, nearest to his home

  • Click on symbol, link to booking service

  • Check availability, book, e-payment


Use case 3 websford web content manager

Use Case 3 – Websford Web Content Manager

  • Create Salinity Mapview

  • Upload Crop health mapdata to LGSA hosting site

  • Select Map template

  • Populate mapview with Salinity risk map, crop health, parcels, topographic map.

  • Publish as URL, and link from website


Use case 4 lgsa map manager

Use Case 4 – LGSA map manager

  • Hears about RTA roadmap service

  • Adds it to available map services list (“catalog”) for councils to use


Functional requirements

Functional Requirements

  • Viewing client

    • End users/councils: low-bandwidth browser based “Thin Client”

    • LGSA Maintenance: less restrictions

  • Standards

    • Distributed, vendor independent  Open Standards

    • OpenGIS/ISO standards best suited


Data requirements

Data Requirements

  • Upload compatible with popular formats

  • Access to 3rd party data sources

  • Base data

    • Topographic Map (1:25000 – 1:50000)

    • Cadastral Map

    • Contours (e.g. catchment analysis)

    • Infrastructure (roads and transport)

  • Application Specific Data (as available)


Benefits

Benefits

  • Independence from software providers

  • Re-use of existing (data-) resources

  • Flexibility of upgrading individual components

  • Enable growth path

  • Save money and resources


  • Login