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From Sensors to Applications: Advancing the Interoperability of Ocean Sensors l l St John’s, October 22, 2008 Henry Kucera Pacific Marine Analysis and Research Association www. pacmara. org Any time. . ! Any where. . ! Any data. . !
Agenda Marine GDI “Seamless Integration” l l l 0800 - 0830 - 0930 -0945 -1145 -1230 -1315 è l l Welcome and Introductions Sensor Standards & Best Practices Coffee Break Sensor Interoperability Case Studies Taking an Enterprise Architecture Perspective Lunch: Talking to Poets - A Brief History of Geospatial standards 1315 -1430 Demo of Open Standards-based Capability 1430 -1600 Group Discussion è Next Steps for the Oceans Community --
Take Aways Marine GDI “Seamless Integration” l l l A better understanding of OOS standards, best practices and interoperability. Best Practices Guide (OGC ocean science interoperability experiment - OCEANS IE) Sample use case on how to implement standards (OOSTethys) Reference implementations of open standards in oceans science, including OGC Web Services standards, OGC Sensor Web Enablement standards, IEEE 1451 "smart sensor" standards, and OASIS Standards. A draft outline of an international experiment to advance the interoperability of OOS sensors in support of a global application (e. g. inundation modeling).
Marine Interoperability Marine GDI “Seamless Integration” “. . . Initially Canadian Hydrographic Service developed a vision to support environmentally sustainable marine resource development and proposed an ‘Inland Waters, Coastal and Ocean Information Network’ (ICOIN) infrastructure based on common standards, networking and simple third party access. Mercator I CANARIE & MARINET projects began to grow the infrastructure. ” Then “. . . government and industry began collaborating under the Geo. Connections Program to develop a Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure (CGDI). A Marine Advisory Committee was been struck to ensure that the full functionality of CGDI extends to the various maritime user communities. This offshore extension of CGDI has been coined the Marine Geospatial Data Infrastructure (MGDI). Now “… The vision is to deploy a national infrastructure that provides provincial and federal regulators, other marine users (including fishers, the marine transportation industry, etc. ), academic researchers, and the public at large access to a wide range of information and applications to support their day to day activities and interests. ”
National interests in Sustainability …. Information on many processes Marine GDI “Seamless Integration” Mine Operations Pesticide Permit Environmental Assessment Act Forest Tenures Watersheds Management X Water Licenses Waste Permit X Fisheries Stream class A X Lakes Database X Fish Stock Releases Hatchery Mgt Petroleum Exploration Shipping of products Rare & Endangered Species X X (biophysical habitat WETLAND) Ecosystem Integrity X Fisheries Coastal Zone Management
The value chain Marine GDI “Seamless Integration”
Development Targets mapped to the value chain Marine GDI “Seamless Integration” Instr ume Infor nt Dat Deci mati Data and a sion on Supp Refi Com Col Inte orter ners pon lect grat s ent ors Buil ders Infrastructure tools for data management, registry, and distributed delivery Ship sensors, Airborne, Satellites & Sensor webs Sensor exploitation tools Tides, Charting, ECDIS and AIS Conflation and fusion of coincident data Habitat analysis Dynamic decision aids Decision Support GOAL: Informed Decisions
Inf or ma tio n An aly sis & Int eg rat ion Value Chain VS. Standards-based Da ma Network Capabilities ta nag Marine GDI Value “Seamless Integration” Chain Dat a Col lec tor s Re fin e m en t 2 em ent & Dist ribu tion 3 4 GOALS: Deci sion Sup port 5 Accurate Reporting, Communication Informed Decisions & Decision Superiority & Tactical Dominance
Marine GDI What constitutes Interoperability “Seamless Integration” Holy Grail 2 Sustainability Holy Grail 1 Interoperability
Marine Sector Vision 2012 INSS Technical Objectives Enabled by INSS Program: Sector Vision 2012: • Recognized world leader • Products & services fully integrated 1. Foster development of into business processes of: complete S-57 and – All sectors of the marine economy ENC navigation – All areas of relevant departments 2. Network charts research in different technologies Marine Sector robotics, sensor Response to webs, cable Ireland’s networks etc. 3. Ensure effective Innovation Needs use of INSS data to support decision & policy making Consultation with Sector Participants Challenges facing the Sector Irish Innovation Strategy 4. Develop decision support in new applied areas 5. Harness synergy in the multidisciplinary , marine sector 6. Foster research in ocean technologies (e. g. alternative energy, aquaculture, 7. Inventory of the Irish Coastal margin for UNCLOS and other international and EU obligations INSS Phase II Program Outputs New spatial exploitation techniques & applications for use across the full range of application areas Effective IT combinations& reconfigurations that add-value or lead to unique solutions New and enhanced decision support systems and application New applications in emerging or frontier business areas currently unexploited Re-configuration of MI and GSI assets and management structure to create added efficiency Outcomes of ancillary INSS Program Objectives INSS Phase II Outcomes Commercialready technology& methods relevant to industry and government Better informed policy, plans & decision-making regarding environmental, social & industrial issues Strong & growing knowledgebased economy for marine technology & application Market expansion of related products, services & solutions Cohesive, strategic community of practice Vision Summary INSS Contribution to Ireland’s National Goals Well-informed social, economic and environmental policy & practices through greater integration of INSS data & decision support; from communities, to capacity Strengthened the nation and economic development through the creation of HQP, and the associated collaborative culture Creation & growth of innovative Irish companies through the commercialisation of R&D outputs Strengthened resource & service industries thru addition of value-added innovative capabilities More effective Habitat and environmental information systems through the use of marine technology Export market expansion thru market-driven R&D of international calibre Healthier fisheries through coordinated use of innovative technology to address challenges to natural habitat An network enabled foundation data set and informaiton architecturenethat enables methods & technology development across the communities of practice to develop, integrate, and apply marine information & knowledge to inform policy and action; foster Ireland’s innovative knowledge economy; & enables sustainable economic goals.
Marine GDI “Seamless Integration”
Marine GDI Strategic framework for collaboration “Seamless Integration” Government Its about partnerships stupid! Policy & Training Research and Development Demonstrations & Testbeds Core Integration Requirements & Info Design Industry Information Production Information Mgmnt & Dissemination Information Applications Research