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Consolidated Lessons Learned from NGA sponsored crosswalk with Fed/Civ community Presented on: 2 May 2006 TO: ASPRS sponsored Lessons Learned Working Group. Presenter: Peter Paquette (703) 735-3530 Peter.j.paquette@nga.mil. OVERVIEW. What worked well? Communication/Collaboration

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Consolidated Lessons Learned from NGA sponsored crosswalk with Fed/Civ community

Presented on: 2 May 2006

TO: ASPRS sponsored Lessons Learned Working Group

Presenter: Peter Paquette

(703) 735-3530

Peter.j.paquette@nga.mil

overview
OVERVIEW
  • What worked well?
    • Communication/Collaboration
    • Data Format
    • Discovery of imagery
    • Outreach Support
  • Areas for Improvement
    • Data Standards
    • Architecture: (interface and capacity)
    • Tasking Processing Exploitation Dissemination Process
    • Data Format
    • Data Dissemination
what worked well
What worked well
  • Communication/Collaboration:
    • NGA & USGS Teleconferences/notes
    • Subject Matter Experts on-line for services
    • Follow-up on actions timely
    • Partnerships with Vendors
    • Data sharing (licenses relaxed)
  • Way Forward: Continue teleconferences in future disaster operations
what worked well1
What worked well
  • Data Format:
    • GIS ready imagery format
    • Pan Sharpen Orthorectified GEOTIFF Product
  • Way Forward:
    • The first clear image will be requested as a 16 bit NITF and a pan sharpened 8 bit GEOTIFF to be delivered as quickly as possible
    • Same image should be used to create an orthorectified pan sharpened GEOTIFF to be delivered as soon as possible
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What worked well
  • Discovery of imagery:
    • NGA’s Website, Commercial Satellite Imagery Library, WARP Retrieval and query
    • USGS – EDC website (archive/dissemination)
      • Creating georeferenced browse images available for viewing or downloading
      • Posted imagery with 24 hours of collection
    • Vendors archives
  • Way Forward: Continue improving search and discover websites/tools
what worked well3
What worked well
  • Outreach support:
    • NGA’sCommercial Imagery Reps
    • Vendors GIS Technical Support
  • Way Forward: Continue outreach support in future disaster operations
areas for improvement
Areas for Improvement
  • Data Standards:
    • Inconsistent Naming conventions
    • Vendor creates an image ID, NGA renames it to fit inside our archives, EDC renames it to fit in their archives variety FTP sites
  • Way Forward: NGA provided Nextview vendors with Statement Of Work (SOW) outlining the standard naming convention for NextView data.
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Areas for Improvement
  • Architecture: (interface and capacity)
    • Some customers unable to get to NGA’s website or couldn’t download due to bandwidth capacity
    • Connectivity unreliable in the field.
    • Some customers require special interfaces to gain access to agencies systems
    • Volumetrics scaled to pipe size
  • Way Forward: NGA working to provide streaming, chipping capability, and increasing bandwidth on both ends
areas for improvement2
Areas for Improvement
  • Tasking Processing Exploitation Dissemination Process
    • Manage Expectation with Timelines
    • Requirements flow during crisis
    • Collection Strategy
    • Prioritization of requirements
    • List of sources and products available
  • Way Forward: Work In Progress
areas for improvement3
Areas for Improvement
  • Data Format:
    • Converting to Orthorectified GEOTIFFs
    • JPEG 2000, Compression
    • Converting to 8 bits
    • Mosaic product
    • Processing level
    • Minimum metadata
  • Way Forward: Work In Progress
areas for improvement4
Areas for Improvement
  • Data Dissemination:
    • Central Repository (unclassified)
    • File size (increasebandwidth)
    • Packaging for delivery (<2 gigs)
    • DVDs, Firewire, FTP sites
    • Delivery delays due to certain USPS restrictions
    • Time/Stamp Date important (Pre-post Katrina)
    • Not always timely due to processing
    • Delivery options for areas with little infrastructure
  • Way Forward: Work In Progress
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