AIP-2 CFP Response Analysis

This page provides an analysis of the 33 responses to the GEO Architecture Implementation Pilot, Phase 2 (AIP-2) Call for Participation (CFP) received prior to the AIP-2 Kickoff Workshop. A main purpose of this summary is to plan the events at the AIP-2 Kickoff Workshop .  Additional responses to the CFP continue to be received.

Outline of Topics listed below


Coordinating Tasks

  • DI-06-09 Use of Satellites for Risk management
  • DI-07-01 "Risk management for floods
  • DA-07-04 Sensor Web Enablement for In-Situ Observing Network
  • DA-07-06 - Data Integration and Analysis System
  • EC-07-01 Global Ecosystem Observation and Monitoring Network
  • AR-07-01
  • DA-06-05
  • AR-07-03 Global Geodetic Reference Frames

 

 

Societal Benefit Areas, Communities of Practice & Scenarios


Disaster Response:

  • Primary Participants:  Caribbean Flood Team, CNES, ERDAS, GEO-Ukraine, GOES-R and GMU, ICAN, JAXA, NOAA IOOS, NOAA NCDC NEXRAD, Northrop Grumman, Spot Image, SURA/NIMSAT/GoMOOS
  • Contributing Participants: CIESIN, NASA World Wind, ESA, ICT4EO, ESRI Canada, NOAA NCDC GOSIC, NOAA NCDC NOMADS, SNAAP
  • Topics
    • Defining scenario: reduction and prevention of disasters. Full Disaster Cycle
    • Flooding due to Caribbean hurricane:  connection coastal storm and hurricanes impacts
    • DI-06-09 Use of Satellites for Risk management
    • DI-07-01 "Risk management for floods
    • Communication of Disasters, and Mitigation of Post-Disaster Damage
    • International Charter  (www.disasterscharter.org)
    • Tools to assembly of ad hoc networks of first responders, managers and decision makers that have likely never worked together.
    • Global surfaces of population counts, densities, and quality measure of population-weighted mean geographic unit area, at two scales.
    • alerting.
    • UML modeling - Development of RM-ODP viewpoint descriptions

 

Biodiversity and Climate Change

  • Primary Participants: ACRF, ICT4EO, IP3, ISPRA, NOAA NCDC, USGS
  • Contributing Participants: BKG, CIESIN, Compusult, ESA, ESRI, ESRI-Canada, GOES-R and GMU, ICAN, INCOSE, Mines Paris Tech, NASA World Wind, NOAA IOOS, NOAA SNAAP, Noblis
  • Topics
    • CoP Biodiversity - for marine and terrestrial environment
    • Biodiversity and Local Climate Change
    • agricultural risk assessments, water-resource management, environmental risk assessments
    • numerical weather prediction
    • global climate models
    • urban area (Global Rural-Urban Mapping Project, GRUMP),
    • urban green and land cover mapping, homogeneous areas assessing, desertification monitoring by remote sensing and environmental indicators
    • management and protection of terrestrial, coastal and marine resources, as photosynthesis processes that power the ecosystem are driven by solar radiation
    • Protected Areas, if species data and scenarios are developed by decision-makers
    • Global surfaces of population counts, densities, and quality measure of population-weighted mean geographic unit area, at two scales.
    • Polar region as an area of interest for biodiversity
    • Development of RM-ODP viewpoint descriptions

 

 


Renewable Energy

  • Primary Participants: Mines Paris Tech, NOAA NCDC NIDIS
  • Contributing Participants: ACRF, CIESIN, Compusult, ESA, ESRI, INCOSE, NASA World Wind, NOAA NCDC GOSIC, NOAA SNAAP, USGS
  • Topics
    • CoP Energy - Services providing irradiance data (solar energy) for scenarios like environmentally responsible and equitable energy management, matching of supply and demand of energy, reduction of risks to energy infrastructure; inventories of greenhouse gases and pollutants; renewable energy potential.
    • Planned wind energy parameters such as relief information and roughness information available world-wide.
    • efficient hydro energy management
    • Global surfaces of population counts, densities, and quality measure of population-weighted mean geographic unit area, at two scales.
    • Development of RM-ODP viewpoint descriptions

Air Quality

  • Primary Participants: EPA, ESIP AQ Cluster, ICT4EO, ISPRA, Northrop Grumman, VIEWS, Washington Univ
  • Contributing Participants: CIESIN, Compusult, ESA, ESRI, GOES-R and GMU, INCOSE, NASA World Wind, NOAA NCDC GOSIC, NOAA SNAAP
  • Topics
    • Air Quality and Human Health
    • Proposing formation of a GEOSS Air Quality Community of  Practice
    • Wildland fire example
    • AIRNow system proposed with interoperable interfaces
    • user-defined areas for selected variables calculated by WPS
    • SensorWeb which might apply best to AirQuality if the air sensors
    • State of environment, emissions, and human health.
    • intercontinental pollutant transport model
    • Decision system pattern for AQ
    • Global surfaces of population counts, densities, and quality measure of population-weighted mean geographic unit area, at two scales.
    • Development of RM-ODP viewpoint descriptions

Technology contributions:

 

Catalogues, Clearinghouse, Metadata

 

  • Primary Participants: ACRF, BKG, Compusult, CNES, ERDAS, ESA, ESRI, IP3, JAXA, Mines Paris Tech, NOAA/GMU CSISS, SURA/NIMSAT/GoMOOS, VIEWS, USGS
  • Contributing Participants: Caribbean Flood Team, CIESIN, ESIP AQ Cluster, ESRI Canada, GEO-Ukraine, ICAN, ICT4EO, INCOSE, ISPRA, NASA World Wind, NOAA NCDC GOSIC, NOAA NCDC NIDIS, NOAA SNAAP, Spot Image, Washington Univ St. Louis
  • Topics
    • GCI Service & Component Registries
    • GCI Clearinghouses: Compusult, ESRI, USGS
    • Community catalogues, ACRF, BKG, SERVIR, CIESIN, Community Catalogs for hurricane, FedEO EO Community Clearinghouse, CNES for Disasters Charter, NASA, JAXA, Spot, Gcat, AQ Catalog,  Coastal Zone Web Atlases, ALOS Catalog, clearinghouse for drought, OOSTethys Service Registry, SCOOP Data Catalog, federated data system for registering Atmospheric Composition Data
    • Distributed searching
    • Metadata standards and profiles: ISO 19115, FGDC, GCMD/DIF
    • Protocols: CSW, Open Archive Initiative (OAI-PMH), UDDI
    • CSW Dublin Core for CSW Basic,
    • CSW 2.0.2 Profiles and Extension Packages: ISO AP, ebRIM AP, ebRIM CIM EP and EO EP
    • Registry objects: collections, datasets, services, sensors,
    • Discovery Mediators: ICAN, IP3
    • Ontologies, Thematic Data Bundles, Thesaurus
    • Role of catalogues in Architectural Views and feedback

 

Data Product Access: service, schema, encoding

  • Primary Participants: CIESIN, CNES, EPA, ESA, GEO-Ukraine, ICAN, ICT4EO, IP3, ISPRA, JAXA, Mines Paris Tech, NASA World Wind, NOAA IOOS, NOAA NCDC GOSIC, NOAA NCDC NEXRAD, NOAA NCDC NIDIS, NOAA NCDC NOMADS, NOAA/NASA GOES-R and GMU CSISS, Northrop Grumman, Spot Image, SURA/NIMSAT/GoMOOS, USGS, Washington Univ St. Louis
  • Contributing Participants: ACRF, Caribbean Flood Team, ERDAS, ESIP AQ Cluster, ESRI, ESRI Canada, NOAA SNAAP
  • Topics
    • How to bind to a service using the information in the GEOSS Registries
    • Services: WMS, WCS and WFS
    • Encodings: KML, GML, JPEG2000, PNGs
    • GeoTIFF, MrSID, Geolocated JPEGs, CADRG, CIB, shapefile
    • Coordinate Reference Systems and CRS Identifiers
    • AR-07-03 Global Geodetic Reference Frames
    • DA-06-05: Guidelines for Basic Geographic Data - see presentation
    • Radar, Optical, Weather, Precipitation, TRMM flash flood potential
    • Coastal Web Atlas holdings
    • IP3 ENM Species Distribution Analysis service
    • Broker Service to access OGC Web services, THREDDS/OpenDAP, GBIF
    • Multistandard platform (MapServer, ArcIms Server, SDE, etc)
    • ALOS Imagery: Panchromatic, Near IR, SAR
    • SoDa W*S is already a Special Argmt
    • in situ oceanographic data
    • high-frequency radar
    • NetCDF/CF
    • SPIDR web services

 

Sensors and Models Access: service, schema, encoding

  • Primary Participants: GEO-Ukraine, ICT4EO, IP3, NOAA IOOS, Northrop Grumman, Spot Image, SURA/NIMSAT/GoMOOS, VIEWS
  • Contributing Participants: Caribbean Flood Team, Compusult, NASA World Wind, NOAA NCDC NEXRAD, Noblis
  • Topics
    • Sensor Web Enablement: SOS, SPS, SAS, SensorML, O&M
    • Flood model outputs
    • EO-1, TRMM, Envisat, SRTM, MODIS, RADAR, RT weather, fire
    • Weather, fire, flood areas and index
    • Model Web
    • CALPUFF and WRF model outputs
    • Bluesky Smoke model outputs

 

 

Workflow for derived product and alert generation

  • Primary Participants:, CIESIN, CNES, ESA, ESRI, GEOGrid, INCOSE, Mines Paris Tech, NOAA IOOS, GMU CSISS, Northrop Grumman, Spot Image, SURA/NIMSAT/GoMOOS, Washington Univ St. Louis
  • Contributing Participants: ACRF, BKG, Caribbean Flood Team, EPA, ESIP AQ Cluster, GEO-Ukraine, IP3, ISPRA, NOAA SNAAP, USGS,
  • Topics
    • generation of higher-order data summaries/statistics and graphs
    • Alert generation: SAS events using CAP over XMPP
    • BPEL workflow
    • Web Processing Services: WPS, GRASS, Classification services
    • Web Coordinate Transformation Service (WCTS) is another processing service
    • Grid-based Processing Service.
    • ArcGIS Geoprocessing Services
    • SSE Toolbox facilitates integration of existing service with the SSE; it converts any legacy service in a SOA based one.
    • Workflow Editor allows the creation of complex workflows,
    • DataFed is the underlying workflow engine
    • Test & Experiment Mediation / Mapping and Special Arrangements
    • KML Generation
    • Harvest component (Talend OpenSDI ETL):
    • UN-SPIDER (Does this fit well in the workflow topic?).
    • Solar energy facility siting, wind energy facility siting, workflow
    • data visualization and format conversion services via the ERDDAP
    • Internet2 for high bandwidth for data transfer
    • Workflow modeling: Architectural Views and feedback

 

 

Clients

  • Primary Participants (GEO Portal or offering reusable components): Compusult, ESRI, ESA; CNES, ERDAS, NASA World Wind
  • Contributing Participants: BKG, Caribbean Flood Team, CIESIN, ESIP AQ Cluster, Mines Paris Tech, GEO-Ukraine, ICAN, ICT4EO, IP3, ISPRA, NOAA NCDC GOSIC, NOAA NCDC NEXRAD, NOAA NCDC NIDIS, NOAA SNAAP, NOAA/NASA GOES-R and GMU CSISS, Northrop Grumman, SURA/NIMSAT/GoMOOS, USGS, Washington Univ St. Louis
  • Topics
    • GEO Portals: Compusult, ESA, ESRI
    • Community Portals: AIRNow, CIESIN Web Client, Disaster Response Community Portal, ESIP AQ Portal, GeOnAS portal, GeoPortal.Bund, Google, MAIS/ISPRA web GIS portal, Mines Paris TechEnergy Portal, NASA World Wind, NOAA GOSIC Community Portal, NIDIS Drought Portal, NIMSAT Community and Education Outreach (CEO) portal, NOAA Archive Access Portal (SNAAP), SERVIR Data Portal, UN-SPIDER Knowledge Portal
    • Application clients: CNES/ERDAS jEOBrowser client (OpenLayers), ERDAS TITAN, NCDC Weather and Climate Toolkit, PulseNet/ Skyline client
    • Reusable components: Liferay Open Source, JSR 168 compliant portlets
    • Interfaces to the GEOSS Registries
    • Client support for WMS, WFS, WCS, SOS, KML, SLD, GML, CSW, GeoRSS, CAP
    • Passing context between clients (WMC)

 

Test Facility

  • Primary Participants: BKG, ESA, USGS
  • Contributing Participants: CIESIN, ICT4EO
  • Topics
    • ESA SSE - Workflow, Conformance Testing and Test Environment: WMS, WFS, WCS, GML/SLD, CSW
    • ESA SSE - Dedicated test clients (catalogue, ordering and programming interfaces).
    • USGS Geospatial web service status facility for testing standards-based services at the time of registration and elsewhere in the operational lifecycle.
    • USGS At present, testing of the OGC WMS and ArcIMS image services; WFS and WCS in the coming months
    • BKG Catalog-test based on OGC's TEAM engine for interoperability testing
    • CIESIN offers support for testing of service chaining and interoperability arrangements for WPS
    • Usability testing / recommendations for IOC

 

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