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  1. 6th Annual Spatial Ontology Community (SOCoP) of Practice Workshop: Developing Geo-Spatial Ontologies & Ontology Patterns Nov. 18-19, 2013 NSF Stafford II Facility Wilson Blvd, Ballston VAThank youNetworking and Information Technology Research and Development (NITRD) ProgramWorkshop info:http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?SocopWorkshops/2013SocopWorkshop

  2. Call In Using a touchtone, landline phone, US/Canada participants dial: Verizon Toll Free:  • 1-866-844-9416 or  • Verizon Toll: 1-203-369-5026; • State your name and company/institution affiliation and announce participant passcode: VoCamp •  to be joined to the audio bridge in listen-only mode until and unless Q&A is announced. 

  3. Main WebEx Sessions Day 1 and Day 2 morning sessions as well as end of day summaries in the main meeting room. • . Go to https://nitrd.webex.com/nitrd/j.php?ED=246029172&UID=1464873722&PW=NYjUyNDM0YmU1&RT=MiMxMQ%3D%3D • Meeting Number: 574 210 688 Meeting Password: 12345 • ------------------------------------------------------- • To join the online meeting If requested, enter your name and email address. If a password is required, enter the meeting password: 12345 Click "Join". . Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.

  4. Spatial Ontology Community of Practice (SOCoP) • The Spatial Ontology Community of Practice was officially begun in October of 2006 to: • Foster collaboration among researchers, technologists & users of spatial knowledge representations and reasoning towards the development of spatial ontologies for use by all in the Semantic Web. • Support open collaboration and open standards for increased interoperability of spatial data across government (and spatial community) • Synchronize across the entire spectrum of applicable geospatial standards • Membership • open to interested parties • Transitioning leadership upon retirement of current co-chair John Moeller • Government Co-chair -Kevin Backe (US Army) . 3 4

  5. 6th Annual SOCoP Workshop • Purpose: to continue the discussion from GeoVoCamp as follow-up previous SOCoP workshops and VoCamps participated in by SOCoP members.  • The session is organized around 3-4 Work Groups made up of domain experts, group facilitators and people with semantic/ ontological experience. • This will be a great opportunity for people interested in using semantics to see lightweight approaches applied in context. 4 5

  6. SOCoP recent areas of activity • NSF Program Grant: • Community-based Data Interoperability Networks (INTEROP) • VoCamps • Workshop on Semantics in Geospatial Architectures: Applications and Implementation • Terra Cognita (ISWC) • Collaboration with ONTOLOG, USGS, EarthCube, etc 5 6

  7. http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/meetings/geosp_sem/ 2-day workshop focused on including semantic components in geospatial applications and architectures. Geospatial domain and GIS people encouraged to come to the workshop to listen to presentations, engage in discussions, and help guide users’ needs. A goal - foster the inclusion of semantics in geospatial systems including national spatial data infrastructures (NSDIs) and state information systems. This workshop was supported by an NSF INTEROP grant.

  8. Agenda Monday Nov. 18 9:00 - 9:10 Introductions, Welcome, Logistics and Schedule Overview –SOCoP/NITRD NSF II-555: Note - Morning session includes WebEx as a virtual meeting 9:10-9:20 Workshop Vision and Strategy- Gary Berg-Cross 9:20 -10:30 Working Topics (Presented by Topic Leaders) 10:30-10:45 Brief Recap on Group Methods- Gary Berg-Cross 10:45-11:00 Break (Coffee available) 11:00-12:00 Group organization and inductions - setting goals and process Breakout Rooms NSF II-545, NSF II-565, & if needed NSF II-575 Note telecoms are available if group agrees to them. 12:00 -1:00 Lunch and Networking - On your Own 1:00- 2:45 Group Work on Concepts, Vocabulary and Model (Breakout Rooms) 2:45- 3:00 Break 3:00 -4:15 Group Work on Draft Models (Breakout Rooms) 4:15-5:00 Group Reports to the Whole - NSF II-555:includes WebEx as a virtual meeting Post 5 PM – Groups may make arrangements for dinner on their own

  9. 9:00-9:15 Updates, Q & A etc. (schedule etc.) NSF II-555 9:15-10:45 Work Groups – draft final model & initial formalizations (Breakout Rooms) 10:45-11:00 Break (Coffee available) 11:00-12:15 Work Groups (Breakout Rooms) 12:15 -1:15 Lunch and Networking - On your Own 1:15- 2:45 Firming up products and testing against data (Breakout Rooms) 2:45- 3:15 Prepare Report (Breakout Rooms) 3:15-3:30 Break 3:30-4:30 Group reports NSF II-555 (Broadcast as Virtual Meeting) 4:30-5:00 Wrap up NSF II-555 (Broadcast as Virtual Meeting) Tuesday Nov 19