GEO Task AR09 01 B AIP3 Kickoff Workshop

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GEO Task AR-09 -01 B AIP-3 Kickoff Workshop Closing Plenary ESA-ESRIN Frascati, Italy March

GEO Task AR-09 -01 B AIP-3 Kickoff Workshop Closing Plenary ESA-ESRIN Frascati, Italy March 2010

Closing Plenary – 12 March 2010 Start Time Topic Speaker 2: 45 Reports from

Closing Plenary – 12 March 2010 Start Time Topic Speaker 2: 45 Reports from sessions (10 min * 4) Session leaders 3: 25 Refreshment Break (15 min) 3: 40 Reports from sessions, continued (10 min * 5 = 50 minutes) Session leaders 4: 30 Task Planning: communications, schedule, collaboration resources (15 min) George Percivall, Nadine Alameh, Josh Lieberman, Steve Browdy 4: 45 Closing (Buses at 5 pm)

AIP-3 Kickoff Parallel Sessions • Disaster Management – Didier Giacobbo – Arnaud Cauchy –

AIP-3 Kickoff Parallel Sessions • Disaster Management – Didier Giacobbo – Arnaud Cauchy – (Stuart Frye) • Water – Brad Lee – Stefano Nativi – (Will Pozzi ) • Health: AQ and Disease – Stefan Falke – François Marques • Biodiversity and CC – Doug Nebert – Stefano Nativi • Energy – Isabelle Blanc – (Lionel Menard) • Engineering Use Cases – Nadine Alameh – Josh Lieberman • Data Harmonization – Simon Cox – Giuseppe Ottavianelli – (Shelley Stover) • Data Sharing Guidelines – Steve Browdy • Vocabularies and Semantics – Roberto Lucchi – Masahiko Nagai – Cristiano Fugazza

GEO Task AR-09 -01 B AIP-3 Kickoff Workshop Session Summaries ESA-ESRIN Frascati, Italy March

GEO Task AR-09 -01 B AIP-3 Kickoff Workshop Session Summaries ESA-ESRIN Frascati, Italy March 2010

AIP-3 Kickoff Workshop Task Planning: Working Groups, Communications, schedule, web presences ESA-ESRIN Frascati, Italy

AIP-3 Kickoff Workshop Task Planning: Working Groups, Communications, schedule, web presences ESA-ESRIN Frascati, Italy March 2010

Project Planning topics • • • Working Groups Communications Plan Collaboration Resources Anticipating additional

Project Planning topics • • • Working Groups Communications Plan Collaboration Resources Anticipating additional participants Milestones and schedule

Working Group Leader – Responsibilities • Lead the WG in achieving the objectives of

Working Group Leader – Responsibilities • Lead the WG in achieving the objectives of GEOSS • Collaborate with other AIP Participants to: – Define a plan for the WG, including deliverables and schedule – Utilize the AIP collaboration resources for WG activities – Accomplish WG deliverables in support of overall AIP plan • Conduct regular telecons • Report status of WG to AIP Plenary telecon

AIP-3 WG Leaders • Disaster Management – Didier Giacobbo – Arnaud Cauchy – (Stuart

AIP-3 WG Leaders • Disaster Management – Didier Giacobbo – Arnaud Cauchy – (Stuart Frye) • Water – Brad Lee – Stefano Nativi – (Will Pozzi ) • Health: AQ and Disease – Stefan Falke – François Marques • Biodiversity and CC – Doug Nebert – Stefano Nativi • Energy – Isabelle Blanc – (Lionel Menard) • Engineering Use Cases – Nadine Alameh – Josh Lieberman • Data Harmonization – Simon Cox – Giuseppe Ottavianelli – (Shelley Stover) • Data Sharing Guidelines – Steve Browdy • Vocabularies and Semantics – Roberto Lucchi – Masahiko Nagai – Cristiano Fugazza

AIP-3 Master Schedule Kickoff Workshop (ESA-ESRIN) Scenario Design Complete: Use Cases, Data and Users

AIP-3 Master Schedule Kickoff Workshop (ESA-ESRIN) Scenario Design Complete: Use Cases, Data and Users defined Testing Begins Demo Capture Workshop (US) Ministerial Summit & GEO Plenary (China) 11 -12 March 2010 25 May 2010 September 2010 2 nd Half of 2010 Nov 2010 Finalize AIP-3 deliverables 2 nd Half of 2010 Transition to operations 2 nd Half of 2010

Communication Plan • Telecons – AIP Plenary Telecon – WG Telecons • E-mail list-servers

Communication Plan • Telecons – AIP Plenary Telecon – WG Telecons • E-mail list-servers – One plenary list – One list per work group • Collaboration Resources

Telecon Schedule • Plenary Telecons – Weekly – West – 1300 UTC – next

Telecon Schedule • Plenary Telecons – Weekly – West – 1300 UTC – next 16 March – Monthly – East – 2200 UTC – next 7 April • Working Group Telecons – Scheduled defined by WG Chairs

webex • Geosec – For the plenary • Ogc – 25 concurrent seats –

webex • Geosec – For the plenary • Ogc – 25 concurrent seats – Ogc staff to set up

E-mail Lists established in AIP-2 • • Disasters Climate Change and Biodiversity Renewable Energy

E-mail Lists established in AIP-2 • • Disasters Climate Change and Biodiversity Renewable Energy Air Quality and Health • • • Clearinghouse, Catalogues, Registries and Metadata Access Services Workflow and Alerts Portals and Clients Test Facility

AIP-3 E-mail list-servers http: //www. ogcnetwork. net/AIPilot. Lists • One plenary list – List

AIP-3 E-mail list-servers http: //www. ogcnetwork. net/AIPilot. Lists • One plenary list – List already exists – https: //lists. opengeospatial. org/mailman/listinfo/aip_plenary • One list per Working Group • These WG Lists already exist from AIP-2 – Disasters -> reuse – Climate Change and Biodiversity -> reuse – Renewable Energy - > rename “Energy” – Air Quality and Health -> rename “Health” • New lists to be identified ****

Collaborative Resources Josh Lieberman Traverse and OGC

Collaborative Resources Josh Lieberman Traverse and OGC

Google Apps • Combination of Google Sites, Calendar, Docs, Chat under one domain •

Google Apps • Combination of Google Sites, Calendar, Docs, Chat under one domain • Up to 50 users in free version (working on that) • Open to public view, but user accounts ([email protected] 3. ogcnetwork. net) for creation and editing. Not necessary to create own Google accounts. • Email possible but not enabled at this time. • Sites: http: //sites. aip 3. ogcnetwork. net/home • Calendar: http: //calendar. aip 3. ogcnetwork. net • Docs: http: //docs. aip 3. ogcnetwork. net • Chat - user account name in Google. Talk • Mobile - specific sync and mobile application opportunities

Sites organization • AIP-2 separation into scenario categories tended to produce "gated" communities •

Sites organization • AIP-2 separation into scenario categories tended to produce "gated" communities • Suggestion for AIP-3 is to work in functional categories, e. g. : – Registration & discovery – Access, workflow, processing, models – Client applications – Users and use cases – Scenario's and scenario development – Standards, practices, testing – Data and rights – Other • Each scenario would then maintain one or more pages of links to functional elements, shared documents, telecon notes, etc.

Standards and Interoperability Forum (SIF) • The goal of the SIF is to enable

Standards and Interoperability Forum (SIF) • The goal of the SIF is to enable ever-greater degrees of interoperability among GEOSS-contributed resources through facilitation, technical analysis, advocacy and education. • AIP participants can use the SIF if assistance is desired with the utilization of the SIR or Components and Services Registry (CSR). • The SIF Interoperability Advisors can provide technical assistance regarding interoperability, including the proper use of standards and special arrangements needed to implement a server or client component or service. • There will be SIF representatives participating in the AIP process to interact with. Online access to the SIF can be found by going to http: //seabass. ieee. org/groups/geoss. Use of the SIF is encouraged for AIP participants if guidance and assistance is desired with respect to interoperability arrangements and objectives.

Standards and Interoperability Forum (SIF) Once navigating to the SIF, assistance can be requested.

Standards and Interoperability Forum (SIF) Once navigating to the SIF, assistance can be requested. The online submission process will be available starting April 1. 2010.

Best Practices Wiki (BPW) • It is a GCI component that is available to

Best Practices Wiki (BPW) • It is a GCI component that is available to all AIP participants. • It can be used to capture what GEOSS providers and users believe could be a best practice for interoperability. • Contributions to the BPW need not be finished best practices: – It can be used during the AIP process to fine tune the content provided. – It is a resource for comments, contributions, development, and convergence to a best practice by an organization, community, SBA, etc. • AIP participants can use the SIF for assistance with the use of the BPW or with registration of content for the BPW. – BPW can be found at http: //wiki. ieee-earth. org – Registration is required to gain full control over contributed content. Use of the BPW is strongly encouraged for AIP participants so that future GEOSS contributors and users can benefit from their knowledge and experience regarding the implementation and use of interoperability arrangements.

Best Practices Wiki (BPW) Once navigating to the BPW, the How-To documents can be

Best Practices Wiki (BPW) Once navigating to the BPW, the How-To documents can be accessed as user guides.

Closing Plenary – 12 March 2010 Start Time Topic Speaker 2: 45 Reports from

Closing Plenary – 12 March 2010 Start Time Topic Speaker 2: 45 Reports from sessions (10 min * 4) Session leaders 3: 25 Refreshment Break (15 min) 3: 40 Reports from sessions, continued (10 min * 5 = 50 minutes) Session leaders 4: 30 Task Planning: communications, schedule, collaboration resources (15 min) George Percivall, Nadine Alameh, Josh Lieberman, Steve Browdy 4: 45 Closing (Buses at 5 pm)

Thank You! • Participants for an excellent Kickoff Workshop • ESA for hosting the

Thank You! • Participants for an excellent Kickoff Workshop • ESA for hosting the Kickoff Workshop – Pier Giorgio Marchetti • OGC thanks sponsors: USGS, NASA, EC, Northrop Grumman, ERDAS AIP-3 is Underway!!