OGC presentations at ISRSE, 2011, Sydney

These presentations by George Percivall at several meetings during ISRSE 34, 2011 in Sydney

  • "Water Information Services with GEOSS Interoperability Arrangements", during GEOSS Workshop on Drought, 10 April 2011
    • Describes results of AIP-3 regarding water and drought.  Results come from the Drought Working Group and the Semantics Working Group.
  • "Implementing GEOSS architecture with-and-for Users" during GEOSS workshop on users, 10 April 2011
    • Describes the AIP process for gathering user scenarios and the implementation of those scenarios through use cases, services and components.
  • "AIP Data Sharing investigations for GEOSS - Summary of AIP-3 Data Sharing Guidelines Working Group",  during GEOSS workshop on users, 10 April 2011
    • Describes the DSGWG investigations during AIP-3 which completed in February 2011
    • Primary focus on handling licensing.
    • Secondary focus on user registration and login.
  • "Successful Implementations for SBAs using GEOSS Interoperability Arrangements," during ISRSE session, 13 April 2011.  Paper
    • Abstract — The benefit of GEOSS is theapplication of diverse Earth observations to critical societal needs. Achievingsuccess depends on agreement through interoperability arrangements. GEOSSInteroperability Arrangements implementing the needs of an SBA community intothe GEOSS architecture has been used several times. Based on the contributions of hundreds oforganizations, substantial achievements have been realized for several SocietalBenefit Areas (SBAs). The GEOSS visionto improve the world's understanding of the Earth has been realized in alimited framework. Through GEO members'implementing the GEOSS interoperability arrangements, the world's informationsystems will achieve the societal benefits of seamless access to Earthobservations. 
  • "Geo-Processing in Cyberinfrastructure:  Making the Web and easy to use geospatial computing platform," during ISRSE session, 14 April 2011 (presented by Ingo Simonis).  Paper 
    • Abstract — Access to data on the web has become routine based upon open standards from IETF andW3C. Access to explicitly geospatial data is routinely done using data accessstandards from the OGC. Geoprocessing services on the web are now beingdeveloped. Processing of data must bedone to apply or fuse the data to meet specific applications. Standards andimplementations for processing of data on the web are just now becomingestablished. For geospatial data, the OGC has defined the Web ProcessingService (WPS) interface standard. Now is a critical time to bring convergenceto WPS profiles that make the web an easy to use geospatial computationalservice. Access to network accessibleprocessing services is bringing geo- processing to the cyberinfrastructure. 
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20110410_AIP3_Water.ppt3.17 MB
20110404_Arch_and_users.ppt6.72 MB
20110408_AIP3_DSGWG_ISRSE.ppt976.5 KB
20110411_GEOSS_implementation.ppt5.25 MB
20110210_GEOSS_Percivall.doc841.5 KB
20110327_Percivall_WPS.ppt3.14 MB
20110210_GeoProcessing_Percivall.doc2.18 MB