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Master Thesis:

Ye Fanghong

IFGI WWU Münster

Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.Roland M. WagnerBHT Berlin

Reaching the Next Level: From Technical to Business InteroperabilityCreative Commons like Licensing in Roaming Enabled SDIs (rSDI) Global Spatial Data Infrastructure 11Rotterdam, 2009-06-17

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Method of master thesis and this presentation

  • Introduction
  • Problem Statement & Proposal:
    • A roaming enabled operation model
    • Key adaption issues for SDI
      • License types
      • Product types
  • Existing models as a research environment
    • Role model
    • Process model
    • Architecture model
  • Analysis focus currently on “find” in the publish-find-agree-bind
    • Abstract roaming workflow and data
    • Existing components (OGC, INSPIRE Catalogue andMetadata specification, profiles and versions) and mapping
  • Results

BHT Berlin

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Method of master thesis and this presentation

  • Introduction
  • Problem Statement & Proposal:
    • A roaming enabled operation model
    • Key adaption issues for SDI
      • License types
      • Product types
  • Existing models as a research environment
    • Role model
    • Process model
    • Architecture model
  • Analysis focus currently on “find” in the publish-find-agree-bind
    • Abstract roaming workflow and data
    • Existing components (OGC, INSPIRE Catalogue andMetadata specification, profiles and versions) and mapping
  • Results

BHT Berlin

problem statement how to operate an sdi
Problem Statement: How to operate an SDI ?
  • How to ensure user expected large coverage with limited capabilities, different legal environments and enough degree of freedoms for providers?
    • Adaption of the roaming operation model from other infrastructures (2006)

Supplier A

SupplierB

SupplierC

SupplierD

„A GSM clearing house“

Supplier A

SupplierB

SupplierC

SupplierD

„A VISA clearing house“

Wagner: A Roaming-enabled SDI (rSDI): The Relationship between Technology and Market Presence, 12th EC GI GIS Workshop, Innsbruck, Austria, 2006

Wagner: A Roaming-enabled SDI (rSDI): -Balancing interests, opportunities, investments and risks-, 9th GSDI, Santiago, Chile, 2006

SDI RoamingEC GI GIS 2006

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Change the thinking!

  • Many GI players were used to operate a “monopoly” structure, this needed to be changed to enable cross-provider business interoperability

Supplier A

SupplierB

SupplierC

SupplierD

„THE Supplier“

Supplier A

SupplierB

SupplierC

SupplierD

„A clearing house“

BHT Berlin

2 2 key adaption issues for sdi
2.2. Key adaption issues for SDI
  • Key preconditions for a roaming operation model (SDI) are network wide known product types and in the case of data with IPR common license types.
  • Since 2006….
  • Product types
    • INSPIRE offers with the Annex I-III definitions (INSPIRE) SDI wide known product types and (hopefully) unique references.
  • License types
    • Creative Commons offers multiple license types and an unique reference by URI

BHT Berlin

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Method of master thesis and this presentation

  • Introduction
  • Problem Statement & Proposal:
    • A roaming enabled operation model
    • Key adaption issues for SDI
      • License types
      • Product types
  • Existing models as a research environment
    • Role model
    • Process model
    • Architecture model
  • Analysis focus currently on “find” in the publish-find-agree-bind
    • Abstract roaming workflow and data
    • Existing components (OGC, INSPIRE Catalogue andMetadata specification, profiles and versions) and mapping
  • Results

BHT Berlin

2 1 a roaming enabled operation model

Domain EndUser

SDI Service

Customer

DomainServiceProvider

Domain SoftwareSupplier

Advertiser

SDI ServiceProvider

Sales

Delivery

AccountManager

SDICommittee

IPR

Owner

SDIAgency

SDI SoftwareSupplier

2.1. A roaming enabled operation model
  • Roles

Who ?

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2 1 a roaming enabled operation model1

Domain EndUser

SDI Service

Customer

DomainServiceProvider

Domain SoftwareSupplier

Advertiser

SDI ServiceProvider

Sales

Delivery

AccountManager

SDICommittee

IPR

Owner

SDIAgency

SDI SoftwareSupplier

2.1. A roaming enabled operation model
  • Roles
  • Legal Organizations

Who ?

Home

Provider

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2 1 a roaming enabled operation model2

SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

Advertiser

Advertiser

Advertiser

SDI ServiceProvider

SDI ServiceProvider

SDI ServiceProvider

Sales

Sales

Sales

Delivery

Delivery

Delivery

AccountManager

AccountManager

AccountManager

2.1. A roaming enabled operation model
  • Roles
  • Legal Organizations
  • Multiple instances (home provider)

Who ?

unknown

Provider

Home

Provider

Visited

Provider

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2 1 a roaming enabled operation model3

SDI Service

Customer

Advertiser

Advertiser

SDI ServiceProvider

SDI ServiceProvider

Sales

Sales

Delivery

Delivery

AccountManager

AccountManager

2.1. A roaming enabled operation model
  • Roles,
  • Legal Organizations
  • Multiple instances (home provider)
  • Which relationship (roaming, visited provider relationship)

Who ?

Home

Provider

Visited

Provider

BHT Berlin

2 1 a roaming enabled operation model4

SDI Service

Customer

Advertiser

Advertiser

SDI ServiceProvider

SDI ServiceProvider

Sales

Sales

Delivery

Delivery

AccountManager

AccountManager

2.1. A roaming enabled operation model
  • Roles,
  • Legal Organizations
  • Multiple instances (home provider)
  • Which relationship (roaming, visited provider relationship)

Who ?

How?

Home

Provider

Visited

Provider

  • Define the roaming relationship more in detail together withexisting components:
    • Process Model
    • Architecture

BHT Berlin

overview of
Overview of…
  • …existing Frameworks and Models
  • …the gap analysis

BHT Berlin

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Domain EndUser

SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

Advertiser

SDI ServiceProvider

Sales

Delivery

AccountManager

IPR

Owner

Roles Model

Process Phases

Tiers

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Domain EndUser

SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

Advertiser

SDI ServiceProvider

Sales

Delivery

AccountManager

IPR

Owner

Roles and Process Model

Process Phases

Publish

Find

Agree

Bind

Appl.

Service

Tiers

Data

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Domain EndUser

SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

Advertiser

SDI ServiceProvider

Sales

Delivery

AccountManager

IPR

Owner

Roles, Process and Architecture Model

Process Phases

Publish

Find

Agree

Bind

Applications and Geoportals

Appl.

GeoRM Layers

Service

Registers

Discovery Service

Transf.

Service

GeoRMService

ViewService

DownloadService

InvokeSDService

Tiers

Register Data

Service

Metadata

Data Set

Metadata

GeoRM

Data

Spatial Data Set

Data

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Method of master thesis and this presentation

  • Introduction
  • Problem Statement & Proposal:
    • A roaming enabled operation model
    • Key adaption issues for SDI
      • License types
      • Product types
  • Existing models as a research environment
    • Role model
    • Process model
    • Architecture model
  • Analysis focus currently on “find” in the publish-find-agree-bind
    • Abstract roaming workflow and data
    • Existing components (OGC, INSPIRE Catalogue andMetadata specification, profiles and versions) and mapping
  • Results

BHT Berlin

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Domain EndUser

SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

Advertiser

SDI ServiceProvider

Sales

Delivery

AccountManager

IPR

Owner

This thesis focus only on the find phase

Process Phases

Publish

Find

Agree

Bind

Applications and Geoportals

Appl.

GeoRM Layers

Service

Registers

Discovery Service

Transf.

Service

GeoRMService

ViewService

DownloadService

InvokeSDService

Tiers

Register Data

Service

Metadata

Data Set

Metadata

GeoRM

Data

Spatial Data Set

Data

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SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

Advertiser

SDI ServiceProvider

On interface, schema and codelist level

Process Phases

Find

Operations:

<GetRecord..

<….

Applications and Geoportals

Appl.

Data Set

Metadata

Service

Discovery Service

Tiers

Service

Metadata

Data Set

Metadata

Data

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/

with multiple profiles
…with multiple profiles

Currently the many different catalogue / discovery service specification are defined and partly in use.

Therefore a dimension in the analysis were different CS-W * specifications

Free Filter Encoding(WFS like)

Discovery Service

INSPIRE Profile

OGC CS-W

2.0.2

ISO19119

ISO19139

ISO19119

ISO19139

ISO19119

ISO19139

For the meta data model the existing ISO 19915 / 19139 was used together with the INSPIRE IR.

Some data field names needed to be adapted with a slightly different meaning (e.g. distributor vs. provider). Also the xlink arc role attributedwas used to assign the partnerships

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SDI Service

Customer

SDI Service

Customer

Advertiser

SDI ServiceProvider

This thesis focus only on the find phase

Process Phases

Find

Client side needs to know which home provider he has.

Therefore the client side gets a RM Layer. This layer can be compared to the function of a GSM SIMcard.

For the find phase only the homeprovider (ID) needs to be stored and added to the request.

Depending on the CSW profile also additional logic needs to be executed in this Client RM/roaming layer.

Applications and Geoportals

Appl.

Roaming RM Client Layers

RM Layers

Service

Discovery Service

Tiers

Service

Metadata

Data Set

Metadata

Data

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Method of master thesis and this presentation

  • Introduction
  • Problem Statement & Proposal:
    • A roaming enabled operation model
    • Key adaption issues for SDI
      • License types
      • Product types
  • Existing models as a research environment
    • Role model
    • Process model
    • Architecture model
  • Analysis focus currently on “find” in the publish-find-agree-bind
    • Abstract roaming workflow and data
    • Existing components (OGC, INSPIRE Catalogue andMetadata specification, profiles and versions) and mapping
  • Results

BHT Berlin

key results
Key results
  • Although the knowledge of the home provider needs to be added in all cases at the client side ( a la simcard ), the INSPIRE IR for Metadata and Discovery service can be used for the roaming model without any implementation modifications.
  • Detailed results: Ye Fanghong,2009: Adaptation of the Creative Commons Approach and the Roaming Concept to Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI), Master Thesis, Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster. Supervisor Prof. Dr. Wagner
  • Another thesis focuses on the overall process model and in detail on the “agree” phase. Results expected in August 2009

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conclusion
Conclusion
  • Operation Models
    • Centered Business Operation Model (a la e-commerce)
    • Roaming Operation to introduce
      • seamless business and technical interoperability
      • Competition
      • Balancing of risks, investments and opportunities
  • Gap analysis with existing components in the “find” phase
    • Positive, no specification/implementation change needed
  • Planed gap analysis for the “agree” and later “bind” phase

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