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Approaches to interoperability and future aspirations. Lesley Wyborn Boyan Brodaric Harvey Thorleifson. Part 1: Approaches to Interoperability The Why and The What: Lesley Wyborn How: Boyan Brodaric Part 2 Future Aspirations: Harvey Thorleifson. Outline of session.

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Approaches to interoperability and future aspirations

Lesley Wyborn

Boyan Brodaric

Harvey Thorleifson

outline of session
Part 1: Approaches to Interoperability

The Why and The What: Lesley Wyborn

How: Boyan Brodaric

Part 2 Future Aspirations: Harvey Thorleifson

Outline of session
outline of my presentation
Australian perspectives

The Why: just why are we doing interoperability?

The What: just exactly what is interoperability?

Australian example of an interoperability test bed

My role

Group Leader Interoperability Geoscience Australia,

Co-leader of the GeoSciML outreach group,IUGS-CGI

Outline of my presentation
don t you personally hate it when

WHY?

Don’t YOU personally hate it when…………
  • You want bits and pieces from different websites, CD’s and desktop files
  • You can’t remember which website, CD or file the information is on?
  • No matter how well organised your system is – when you eventually find the right website, CD or file you are not sure it is the latest version of the data?
  • You actually do find the bits and pieces but the formats are all different……..
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Client

Proprietary Software

Versions of Software

and then there is the bigger picture in the Australian Mining Industry and other industries………

Data Structures

industry input to inquiry on impediments to exploration in australia july 2003
Industry input to inquiry on impediments to exploration in Australia– July 2003
  • Problems in gaining easy access to pre-competitive geoscience information listed as one of four major impediments to exploration
  • Described existing information as commonly incomplete and fragmented across eight government agencies, each with its own information management systems and structures
  • Noted that the disparate systems lead to inefficiencies causing higher costs, reduced effectiveness and increased risk incurred by the industry and its service providers

Source: http://www.industry.gov.au/assets/documents/itrinternet/minerals_aa_finalreport_July2003.pdf

the biggest why of all the data deluge

Machine

People

People

People

Information

Machine

The biggest why of all: the data deluge

Source: http://www.dstc.edu.au/Tech_Transfer/Events/Canberra/web_services_cnb02.pdf

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Just EXACTLY what are we doing?

Can we learn from history?

industrial revolution vs the information revolution

James Watt

1776 - Invention of steam engine

1829 - Invention of railways

1834 - First rail-networks

1880 - First Standards Association for individual components

1890 - Manufacturing age

1940 - Invention of the computer

1989 - First Generation Internet

1996 - First Grid networks

1996 - First Standards for components: W3C & XML appear

2007 - OneGeology & Information Age

Industrial Revolution vs the Information Revolution

Peter Drucker - Beyond the Information Revolution: http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/99oct/9910drucker.htm

XMML

Data Model

Simon Cox

the anatomy of the thread of a screw
The anatomy of the thread of a screw

Standards of the industrial age were developed at the level of the lowest common component

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your internal database: your storage

transfer standard: an agreed schema

You map word for word

an ultimate vision for the what of onegeology
An ultimate vision for the WHAT of OneGeology

Through standardised interfaces OneGeology will allow usnew levels of innovation which will come from the capacity to mine vast data sets from globally distributed sources to enable the production of new geoscience knowledge to solve issues of global sustainability

Geoscience Transfer Standards

the australian interoperability test bed june 2004 response to minerals exploration action agenda
The Australian Interoperability Test Bed: June 2004 Response to Minerals Exploration Action Agenda
  • Australian Government, State and Territory geoscience agencies, professional associations and industry to cooperatively develop and implement nation-wide protocols, standards and systemsthat provide internet-based access to, and effective storage and archiving of, industry and government exploration-relatedDATA

See http://www.industry.gov.au/assets/documents/itrinternet/Road_to_Discovery20040702155050.pdf?CFID=284582&CFTOKEN=83266426

phase 1 2004 geochemistry test bed established web services wfs wms using open source in 3 surveys

Phase 1: 2004 Geochemistry test bed: Established web services (wfs, wms) using open sourcein 3 surveys

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July 14

June 22

 July 21

July 28

June 15

1. Virtual expert team set up who worked with states for preliminary set up via phone and web (http://www.seegrid.csiro.au)

Phase 2: 2005Technology Capacity Building

2. Expert team then visited each state for 3 days to install the technology and lecture on web services to the wider community

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APPLICATIONS

ReportCanberraService

Desktop

Map Service WA

Common Interface Binding – GML/XMML

QLD

WFS

WA

WFS

GA

WFS

TAS

WFS

DATA SERVICES

VIC

WFS

NSW

WFS

SA

WFS

NT

WFS

DATA SOURCES

Western Australia

GA

Tasmania

Queensland

Victoria

NSW

Nth Territory

Sth Australia

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Client

Our demonstrator proved interoperability was feasible and what was required was that the organisation serving the data could map to an agreed standardised interface

XMML+ NADM = GeoSciML

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APPLICATIONS

Map Service France

Map ServiceCanada

Landslide

Modelling

Tool Kit

Earth-quakeRisk

Tool Kit

CO2

Sequest.

Tool Kit

3D

Modelling

Tool Kit

FUTURE POSSIBILITIES

Common Interface Binding – GML/XMML

Australian

WFS

French

WFS

Canadian

WFS

DATA SERVICES

Swedish

WFS

US

WFS

UK

WFS

DATA SOURCES

Australia

Canada

France

Sweden

USA

United Kingdom

infrastructure in the industrial age vs information age
Infrastructure in the Industrial Age vs Information Age

Narrow

Standard

Broad

New Network

Source http://www.ara.net.au/main.php#http://www.ara.net.au/main.php#

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