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Reference Information Specifications for Europe Overview Presentation to HACPB 3 Wyn Cudlip (Qineti. Q) Reference Information Specifications for Europe Overview Presentation to HACPB 3 Wyn Cudlip (Qineti. Q) and others RISE Participants [email protected] com www. eu-rise. org

Project goals • To define a methodology and guidelines for the creation of geospatial Project goals • To define a methodology and guidelines for the creation of geospatial Data Product Specifications (DPS), consistent with international and industrial standards. • To test the methodology by creating harmonised DPS for Hydrography, Land. Cover and Elevation; as input datasets to diffuse nutrient leakage modelling for the Water Framework Directive (WFD). • To test the DPS in an on-line “Test Environment” with data from a test area (Sweden & Norway). • To demonstrate the automatic creation of h. DPs from existing databases Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 2

Presentation Overview • Short intro to RISE project • Deliverables provided so far • Presentation Overview • Short intro to RISE project • Deliverables provided so far • Introduce additional presentations • Response to External Reviewer comments • Conclusions Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 3

RISE consortium Industry Technology Public Institutions Source data providers Euro. Geographic s OGC-Europe Lantmäteriet RISE consortium Industry Technology Public Institutions Source data providers Euro. Geographic s OGC-Europe Lantmäteriet Qineti. Q BKG “Harmonisation Advisory Committee & Planning Board” “WFD & GMES” 2 yr FP 6 Project; started Sept. 05. Working relationship with MOTIIVE. “Key stakeholders” Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 Users and applications 4

The RISE and MOTIIVE Projects • FP 6, SSA for GMES data harmonisation • The RISE and MOTIIVE Projects • FP 6, SSA for GMES data harmonisation • Duration 24 months • Started 1 st September 2005 • RISE & MOTIIVE – complementary activities • RISE -emphasis on methodology and schema testing • MOTIIVE - emphasis on feature types and registries and cost benefit analysis • RISE - empashis on land • MOTIIVE - emphasis on Marine Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 5

Approach Prototype Testing Data Product Specification Requirements Application schema (GML) Conceptual schema (UML) Use Approach Prototype Testing Data Product Specification Requirements Application schema (GML) Conceptual schema (UML) Use Cases Cost benefit Exploitation guidelines RISE Methodology Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 6

Key Steps in the development of “harmonised” Data Product Specification Use Case Development • Key Steps in the development of “harmonised” Data Product Specification Use Case Development • Analyse Use Case • Develop Conceptual Schema (in UML) • Including Feature Type Catalogue and Data Dictionary update • Develop GML Application Schema • this can be automated • Requirements and Feature Types Identification Data Dictionary Update e. g. , UGAS, UML to GML conversion tool • Define harmonised Data Product Specification • Data Products created from existing data • Goal: to create “on the fly” with suitable server software DPS and App Schema Development Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 Implementation, testing and validation 7

Use Case Development Checklist for data Harmonisation requirements Supporting components: feature data dictionary, CRS Use Case Development Checklist for data Harmonisation requirements Supporting components: feature data dictionary, CRS registry, etc. Checklist addresses steps to data harmonisation Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 Requirements As-is analysis Gap analysis Requirements and Feature Types Identification Data Product Specification App Schema Development Implementation, testing and validation(using WFS) validation 8

Key assumptions • A Data Specification is based on a data product specification (DPS) Key assumptions • A Data Specification is based on a data product specification (DPS) according to ISO 19131. Such a DPS includes the following sections: Mandatory: • Overview • Specification scopes • Data product identification • Data content and structure • Reference systems • Data quality • Data product delivery • Metadata Optional: • Data capture • Data maintenance • Portrayal • Additional information • RISE harmonisation is concerned with more than just data content and structure. Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 9

Data Harmonisation Components – Overview 1. INSPIRE Information Model 1. 1 INSPIRE Principles 1. Data Harmonisation Components – Overview 1. INSPIRE Information Model 1. 1 INSPIRE Principles 1. 4 ISO 19100 Profile 1. 7 Object referencing modelling 1. 2 Reference model 1. 5 Multi-lingual text and cultural adaptibility 1. 6 Coordinate referencing and units model 1. 9 Portrayal model 3. 1 Metadata 1. 8 Data translation model/guidelines 1. 3 Application Schemas 3. Guidelines & Best Practice 2. Operational components/registers 2. 1 Identifier Management 2. 3 Feature catalogues 2. 2 Terminology 3. 5 Derived reporting & multiple representations 3. 2 Maintenance 3. 6 Consistency between data 3. 3 Quality 3. 7 Data capturing 2. 4 Dictionaries 2. 5 Conformance 3. 4 Data Transfer (developed by INSPIRE Drafting Team „Data Specifications“ in collaboration with RISE; RISE will focus on the methodology, the DT will focus on generic aspects of the conceptual model) Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 10

Relevant ISO Standards • • • UML ISO 19103 Conceptual Schema ISO 19107/8/9 Application Relevant ISO Standards • • • UML ISO 19103 Conceptual Schema ISO 19107/8/9 Application Schema ISO 19109 Feature Type ISO 19109 Data Dictionary ISO 19126 Data Product Specification ISO 19131 Quality ISO 19113/5 Metadata ISO 19115 Multi Lingual ISO 19139 Portrayal ISO 19117 GMLISIO 19136 Translating WFS ISO 19142+43 Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 11

Original Project Phases • Phase 1 (1 st 6 months) – requirements and draft Original Project Phases • Phase 1 (1 st 6 months) – requirements and draft methodology. • Phase 2 (2 nd 6 months) – Use Cases analysis; Application Schema and harmonised data product specifications. • Phase 3 (3 rd 6 months) – Prototype and testing. • Phase 4 (final 6 months) – interoperability testing and issue Final Guidelines Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 12

RISE Deliverables So far: Data Harmonisation Requirements Report Methodology & Guidelines for on Use RISE Deliverables So far: Data Harmonisation Requirements Report Methodology & Guidelines for on Use Case & Schema Development Use Case Descriptions Conceptual Schema in UML GML Application Schema Data Product Specification GML Application Schema Services Architecture Outline To come: Test Environment Report Cost Benefit Report Testing Data Specification Requirements Methodology Conceptual Schema Use Cases Cost Benefit Analysis Architecture Exploitation Guidelines Prototype Exploitation Guidelines Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 13

RISE Document Highlights • User Harmonisation Requirements Document • Analysed 96 GMES Projects plus RISE Document Highlights • User Harmonisation Requirements Document • Analysed 96 GMES Projects plus INSPIRE and WFD Initiatives. • Use Case document • Analysis of Swedish and Swedish/Norwegian Use Cases • Requirements for hydrography, Land Cover and Elevation (DEM) • Methodology and Guidelines Document + Checklist • Passed to MOTIIVE, and INSPIRE Drafting Team on Data Specifications • Application Schema in UML and GML (automatic conversion) • Harmonised Data Product Specifications • Defines data products that can be generated automatically • RISE Service Architecture Outline document • Places RISE activity in a broader !SO/OGC context Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 14

Later presentations to address: • RISE Test Environment • Cost Benefit Issues • Exploitation Later presentations to address: • RISE Test Environment • Cost Benefit Issues • Exploitation Guidelines Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 15

External Reviewer Comments • Concern regarding directions of the project and the possible approaches External Reviewer Comments • Concern regarding directions of the project and the possible approaches towards redirecting the projects towards it’s initial target: … “methodology and guidelines for the creation of implementation specifications” • Recommendations: The Project should: • …jointly review the process / flow of documents leading to the specification…. • Clarify how the current standards may be exploited / extended to include the necessary specification information for either an “outside producer” or an automated procedure. • Update the Deliverables according to the findings / comments. Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 16

RISE Response to Reviewer Comments • RISE activity is and always has been directed RISE Response to Reviewer Comments • RISE activity is and always has been directed towards developing a “methodology and guidelines for the creation of implementation specifications” • The RISE-generated Data Product Specifications have been created for RISE test purposes and are not intended to have broader application without additional development. • Given the reviewers comments, RISE agrees that there is scope to revise some of the documents in order to clarify their scope and content and the improve their usability. • Further discussion with the Reviewer is proposed to clarify the issues. Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 17

Conclusion • RISE has been able to follow the original proposal workplan without any Conclusion • RISE has been able to follow the original proposal workplan without any major changes. • The Test Environment Development and testing of the Data Product Specifications is behind the original schedule but it is still possible to complete the project as scheduled • (subject to satisfactorily addressing the External Reviewers Comments) • Final Deliverables to include: • • Revised Methodology and Guidelines Document (inc. lessons learnt) • • Revised Use Case Document Final Data Product Specifications (+ revised UML & GML if necessary) And: • RISE Test Environment Document • Cost Benefit Analysis Report • Exploitation Guidelines Presentation to HACPB 3, Brussels, 6 th June, 2007. V 1. 0 18