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CEOS-APAN EM WG interaction. Shin-ichi Sobue NASDA/SPPD. EO Cooperation. Integrated Global Observing Strategy (IGOS) Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) CEOS/WTF for GOFC. Integrated Global Observation Strategy. INTEGRATED GLOBAL OBSERVING STRATEGY.

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ceos apan em wg interaction

CEOS-APAN EM WG interaction

Shin-ichi Sobue

NASDA/SPPD

slide2

EO Cooperation

  • Integrated Global Observing Strategy (IGOS)
  • Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS)
  • CEOS/WTF for GOFC
slide4

INTEGRATED GLOBAL

OBSERVING STRATEGY

  • Initiated as a strategy for harmonizing EO missions capabilities and user requirements:
    • INTEGRATED - as an international effort, both space-based and in-situ measurements
    • GLOBAL - addresses large-scale environmental changes and global observation
    • OBSERVING - parameters of scientific and economic/policy importance and large global and regional research programs
    • STRATEGY - match observing requirements with existing and planned EO capabilities
slide5

IGOS Partners

UNESCO

WCRP

IGFA

slide6

What will IGOS Achieve?

  • Long term continuity of spatial observations
  • Respond to user needs that are beyond the capabilities of existing systems
  • User-defined observation program
  • Build upon the strategies of existing international global observation programs
slide7

What will IGOS Achieve?

  • Work towards reducing unnecessary duplication of observations & gaps
  • Facilitate integration of multiple data sets from different agencies
  • Be the joint product of different agencies involved
  • Address the collection of both space-based and in-situ data and their integrated analysis
slide8

Concept of an IGOS

Redesign systems

International

and national

scientific,

social,

economic,

and political

drivers

Assess

Requirements

for

observations

Evaluate capabilities of observational systems

Obtain commitments for change

Decide what needs to be changed

Change the

observational systems

Implementation

Monitor progress

Collect

observations

and

generate

products

Enhance the product processing chain

Assess implementation of systems

Use

resultant

products

Deploy improved observational assets and improve use of existing ones

Evaluate usefulness of products

slide9

Theme Approach

  • Developed to provide a more coherent focus for the definition and implementation of IGOS.
  • Current Themes
  • Ocean
    • Ocean Color, GODAE,
  • Water Cycle
    • CEOP
  • Atmospheric Chemistry
  • Integrated Global Carbon Cycle
    • GOFC
  • More themes to come
    • Disaster Management
    • Coastal Monitoring
    • etc.
gofc global observation of forest cover
GOFC (Global Observation of Forest Cover)
  • Objective

To improve the quality and availability of satellite observations of forests at regional and global scales

To produce useful, timely and validated information products from these data (together with in-situ observations) for a wide variety of users

slide16

COMMITTEE ON EARTH OBSERVATION SATELLITES

  • Created in 1984
  • 42 organizations involved
  • Goals:
    • To optimize benefits of space-borne Earth observations
    • To serve as focal point for international coordination of such observations
    • To exchange policy and technical information to encourage complementarity among space systems
slide17

CRI (N.Zealand)

CCRS (Canada)

GCOS

GISTDA(Thai)

GOOS

GTOS

ICSU

IGBP

IOC

IOCCG

ISPRS

NSC (Norway)

OSTC (Belgium)

SAC/CSIR (S.A.)

UN-ESCAP

UN-FAO

UN-OOSA

UNEP

WCRP

WMO

CEOS Members

20

22

MEMBERS

ASSOCIATES

ASI (Italy)

BNSC (UK)

CAST (China)

CONAE (Argentina)

CSA (Canada)

CNES (France)

CSIRO (Australia)

DLR (Germany)

EC (Europe)

ESA (Europe)

EUMETSAT (Eur.)

INPE (Brazil)

ISRO (India)

KARI(S.Korea)

NASA (US)

NOAA (US)

NRSCC (China)

NSAU (Ukraine)

STA/NASDA (Japan)

Roshydromet (Russia)

RSA (Russia)

SNSB (Sweden)

13

slide18

CEOS STRUCTURE

1984 CHAIR - NOAA

1986 CHAIR - ESA

1988 CHAIR - CSA

1990 CHAIR - INPE

1991 CHAIR - NASA

1992 CHAIR - BNSC

1993 CHAIR - NASDA

1994 CHAIR - DARA

1995 CHAIR - CSA

1996 CHAIR- CSIRO

1997 CHAIR - CNES

1998 CHAIR - ISRO

1999 CHAIR - EUMETSAT

2000 CHAIR - INPE

2001 CHAIR- NASDA

2002 CHAIR - ESA

COMMITTEE ON

EARTH

OBSERVATION

SATELLITES

STRATEGIC

IMPLEMENTATION

TEAM

SECRETARIAT

(ESA,NASA/NOAA,

NASDA, CEOS CHAIR)

WORKING GROUP ON INFORMATION

SYSTEMS AND SERVICES

WORKING GROUP ON CALIBRATION

AND VALIDATION

CHAIR: CCRS/Canada

CHAIR: EC

AD-HOC WORKING GROUP ON EO EDUCATION AND TRAINING

CHAIR:ISRO

DISASTER MANAGEMENT SUPPORT AD HOC WORKING GROUP

CHAIR: NOAA

slide19

CEOS WGISS

CEOS

Working Group on Information Systems and Services

wgiss overview
WGISS Overview
  • The Role of Information Systems & Services:

An essential element to the success of Earth observation programmes

    • users need to be able find and access products on a global basis
    • harmonised systems are essential to allow users to easily and efficiently utilise products globally
    • coordinated technical development is required if this is to be achieved
  • WGISS:

The Working Group on Information Systems and Services (WGISS) is there to address these issues

    • facilitates EO data and information management and services for users and data providers on a global, regional and local basis.
current foci
Current Foci
  • User Driven Development:
    • Following encouragement by CEOS Plenary WGISS has re-oriented itself to work with user organisations in the development of tools, techniques and recommendations
    • This it has done through the development of the Test Environment
  • Spatial Information World:
    • WGISS needs to be a partner in the wider spatial information world, which is rapidly developing information technology.
    • A specific focus has been WGISS’s relationship with the Open GIS consortium (OGC) where there has been sharing of ideas and joint particpation in meetings
  • Commercial development:
    • WGISS has continued to liaise with the EO commercial sector on the development and operation of information systems and services.
    • Commercial organisations continue to attend WGISS, Sub-Group and associated Workshops
  • Standards:
    • WGISS needs to influence the real and de facto standards that are driving the spatial information and commercial developments
    • Continued links are maintained with key standards organisations (ISO, OGC...)
wgiss achievements
WGISS Achievements

Over the past 6 years WGISS (building on the work of WGD & WGINS) has developed a wide range of tools, techniques, services, & guidelines:

  • Resource discovery and access
    • Archive e.g. Purge alert in place; archive interchange format in preparation
    • Catalogue e.g. Developed CIP; an interoperable catalogue system developed providing access to over 1200 catalogues
    • Search e.g. One-stop-shop search in place – the IDN provides 10,200 data set descriptions, with 20,000 users / month
    • Browse e.g. Browse guidelines available
    • Order e.g. Data ordering now integrated into CIP
    • Access e.g. Establishment of a virtual CEOS net, with constant network performance monitoring
  • Resource generation, evaluation and utilisation
    • Data sets e.g. Global data sets supported
    • Data formats e.g. Data format guidelines issued
    • Data rescue e.g. African data sets rescued by USGS at WGISS instigation for developing countries
  • Outreach
    • Promotion materiale.g. 2,000 copies of WGISS brochure distibuted

150 attendees at the annual EO/GEO Workshop

40,000 WGISS business cars produced

the wgiss year
The WGISS Year
  • WGISS Meetings
    • WGISS 12 (joint meeting with the Sub-Groups) hosted by USGS, Sioux Falls, USA (May 2001)
    • WGISS 13, to be hosted by NASDA in Tokyo, postponed to February 2002 (replaced by a WGISS teleconference)
  • Sub-Group Meetings
    • Hosted by Eumetsat, Darmstadt Germany (September 2001)
  • Associated Workshops
    • EOGEO, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada (June 2001) (as part of the Digital Earth Conference attended by over 650 persons)
  • Presentations / Promotion
    • Internet Workshop (IWS 2001), Tokyo, Japan (February 2001)
    • UN Geographic Information Working Group, Rome (March 2001)
    • ASPRS, St. Louis MO, USA (April 2001)
    • CEOS Disaster Management Support Group (DMSG), Brussels, Belgium (June 2001)
    • GOFC STB, Frascati Italy (June 2001)
    • Asia Pacific Network Advanced Network (APAN) Earth Monitoring Working Group, Penang, Malaysia (August 2001)
    • UN Economic Commission for Africa Committee on Development Information, Addis Ababa (September 2001)
    • International Federation of Surveyors, Nairobi, Kenya (October 2001)
    • AfricaGIS Symposium, Nairobi, Kenya (November 2001)
information sources
Information Sources
  • More information on WGISS are available:
    • WGISS Home Page: http://wgiss.ceos.org
      • Contact information, documents, etc.
      • CEOS Home Page: http://www.ceos.org
    • WGISS Newsletter: http://wgiss.ceos.org
    • WGISS Brochure: "To provide recommendations and tools related to information systems and services in order to better co-ordinate and enhance global activities in Earth observation.”
test environment
Test Environment

WGISS has developed a new Test Environment concept which allows WGISS’s products to be tested and used in partnership with user application projects.

This was presented to, and approved by Plenary 14 in Rio.

  • Benefits to Users (e.g. IGOS-P related)
    • Improved access to data/information through improved systems and services
    • access to technical expertise
    • facilitate potential information systems prototypes
  • Benefits to CEOS
    • increased and more effective use of space agency data and services
    • feedback to CEOS to guide future priorities and policy
    • benchmark relevance of WGISS activities
  • Benefits to WGISS
    • Provide a mechanism to work with users on real projects
    • demonstrate, promote and verify WGISS tools and services within real applications.
    • provide feedback to guide further developments
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WGISS Data & Information

Systems, Services & Infrastructure

Agglomeration of

tools and services

held and operated by CEOS

organisations

A Proposed WGISS Test Environment

Version 12/05/2000

WGISS Menu

Open reference list of WGISS products

& services, updated on the basis

of the results of the test facility, linked

on-line to the products and services

themselves

Improved Products

& Services

Based on the test facility

results

Products

& services

Products

& services

Links to

data

suppliers

Projects

To define the data & information

systems and services requirements

WGISS Test Facility

Selected WGISS products and

services, made into a coherent, open, modular

system by the partners to address each selected

project’s needs (can include tools dev’d

by the project), dev’d & tested against

the project’s requirements

Partnership

Tools,

data

Nakodo

Impossible requirements

Long term operation

what wgiss can offer a wtf
What WGISS Can Offer A WTF
  • Nakodo (marriage arrangement)
    • Provides a cooperative arrangement between WGISS technical abilities and science project requirements
  • Coordinate
    • Technical assistance to relevant ISS problems
    • Institutional assistance
  • Facilitate
    • Technical developments
    • Input to the formulation of standards
  • Identify
    • WGISS tools to address WTF needs
  • Advise
    • On the adoption, use or improvement of WGISS tools and services directly related to information systems and services issues
  • Demonstrate
    • The use and functionality of WGISS’s portfolio of tools and services
  • Enable
    • The development of WGISS tools and services in response to WTF user needs
    • The transfer of WGISS tools and services to an operational environment
what wgiss cannot do to support a wtf
What WGISS Cannot Do To Support A WTF
  • Cannot build complete information systems
  • Cannot provide operational data management
  • Cannot provide support outside the scope of WGISS
  • Cannot be a service provider
  • Cannot undertake operational role
the gofc test facility
The GOFC Test Facility
  • Status and plans
    • WGISS and the Global Observation of Forest Cover (GOFC) project have been working together for over 18 months now
    • The next major milestone will be the demonstration to Plenary 15
  • Achievements and participation
    • WGISS and GOFC have worked together to:
      • Identify data of interest to GOFC held by CEOS agencies
      • Identify capabilities needed for improved data access
      • Implement common interfaces to data of interest, including common protocols and user interfaces
    • From the CEOS side there has been wide ranging participation, including:
      • NASA (CEOS lead agency – and many thanks to them for their great effort)
      • ESA, CCRS, NASDA, USGS, NOAA and the EC (through DG JRC),
    • From the user side there has also been good participation
      • SEARRIN, RFD Thailand, AIT Thailand, GISTDA Thailand, Michigan State University USA, University of Maryland USA, MAFF Japan
  • Demonstration to follow this report
  • Plenary Issue
    • Plenary agencies are asked to identify interest in actively participating with staff and resources

Interested agencies are asked to contact the WGISS Chair

slide30
Components

MAFF/NASDA WMS

CCRS/CubeWerx Client

NASA IDN GOFC Portal

CEOS and other Data Stores

Demis WMS

Discovery

NOAA

NGDC

ESA

NASDA

CCRS

VMAP0

UMD

GLCF

MAFF

MAFF/NASDA

WMS

MSU

TRFIC

JRC

Demis (Netherlands)

WMS

UWM

WMS

DIF

Metadata

CCRS/CubeWerx

WMS

CCRS/CubeWerx

Map Client Server

GCMD

GOFC Portal

WMS

Fire Risk Map for Southeast Asia

from AVHRR Imagery

click!

click!

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Data Search

Components

EDG Client : NASA

Servers :

Bureau of Meteorology (Aus)

CCRS (Canada)

HEOC/NASDA (Japan)

DLR (Germany)

ESA (Italy)

USGS EDC (US)

IRE (Russia)

ISA (Israel)

LARC (NASA-US)

ORNL (NASA-US)

GSFC (NASA-US)

Others ...

BOM

Australia

ESA

Italy

ORNL

NASA

DLR

Germany

CCRS

Canada

GSFC

NASA

LARC

NASA

V0

&

CIP

HEOC

Japan

JPL

NASA

USGS

EDC

IRE

Russia

ISA

Israel

EOSDIS Data Gateway

Search Client

EOSDIS Data Gateway

click!

click!

data access interuse
Components

MAFF/NASDA WMS

ESA/Ionic WFS

ESA/Ionic WMS

ESA/Ionic Map Client

USGS EDC/ESRI WMS

Demis WMS

Data Feed

NOAA

NGDC

ESA

ATSR

DMSP

AVHRR

Data Access & Interuse

GISTDA

ESA/Ionic

WFS

MAFF

L7

Browse

AIT

VMAP0

WFS

MAFF/NASDA

WMS

ESA/Ionic

WMS

USGS EDC/ESRI

WMS

Demis (Netherlands)

WMS

ESA/Ionic

Map Client

WMS

WMS

WMS

Fire Risk Map for Southeast Asia

from AVHRR Imagery

click!

click!

click!

wtf gofc achievements
WTF/GOFC - Achievements
  • WTF/GOFC progress in the last 12 months
    • Employed “nakodo” process to gain mutual understanding of common GOFC/WGISS goals, objectives, requirements
    • implemented a common set of interfaces for CEOS agency data to meet GOFC needs in terms of:
      • discovery,
      • search,
      • access and interuse
    • Generated Southeast Asia Fire Prototype capability,
    • Built significant agency support for WTF/GOFC
future work
Future Work
  • Make more data sets accessible through common interfaces
    • Increase number of formats accessible at catalog and data levels
    • Develop middleware solutions to reduce burden on data providers
    • Develop linkages to in situ data sets.
  • Continue interactions between WGISS and GOFC communities leading to enhancement of current interfaces.
  • Potential expansion of effort
    • Other regions
    • Other application areas
    • Other user communities