Helen Glaves (NERC- BGS), Dick Schaap (MARIS), Robert Arko (LDEO) and Roger Proctor (IMOS)

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Helen Glaves (NERC- BGS), Dick Schaap (MARIS), Robert Arko (LDEO) and Roger Proctor (IMOS) Slide 2 Paradigm shift from traditional discipline based marine research Multidisciplinary ecosystem level approach: promoted in Europe by Marine Strategy Framework directive MSFD (2008) and Marine Knowledge 2020 Requires large amounts of good quality, interoperable data from a range of disciplines and organisations Slide 3 Barriers to re-use of marine data Use of different Formats Standards Best practice Co-ordinate systems Technologies National and organisational data access policies 3 Slide 4 E-infrastructures A number of regional initiatives have made significant progress in addressing these barriers by developing marine data management infrastructures Development of these infrastructures is being promoted and supported by international organizations such as UNESCOs Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) USA Europe Australia Slide 5 Ocean Data Interoperability Platform EU-US-Australia collaborative project Grant Number: 312492 Call: FP7-INFRASTRUCTURES-2012-1-INFSO Activity: INFRA-2012-3.2: International co-operation with the USA on common e-infrastructure for scientific data Start date: 1 October 2012 Duration: 36 months Funded in parallel by European Commission, National Science Foundation (NSF) and Australian Government Slide 6 Europe: 10 EU funded partners: 6 countries NERC-BGS/BODC, MARIS, OGS, IFREMER, HCMR, ENEA, ULG, CNR, RBINS-MUMM, TNO ODIP partners Slide 7 USA: NSF funded partners (supplement to existing R2R project) San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI) Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO) Florida State University: Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies (FSU) Australia University of Tasmania (IMOS) International UNESCO IOC-IODE Slide 8 Associate partners Europe Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar Research (AWI) MARUM USA NOAA US-IOOS, NOAA US-NODC, NOAA NGDC UNIDATA Australia Australian National Data Service (ANDS) Geoscience Australia (GA) CSIRO Slide 9 ODIP: Objectives To establish an EU/USA/Australia/IOC-IODE co-ordination platform to facilitate the interoperability of ocean and marine data management infrastructures To demonstrate this co-ordination through the development of several joint prototype interoperability solutions that allows effective sharing of marine and ocean data across scientific domains, organisations and national boundaries Development of a common approach to marine data management that can be extended to other regions and organisations beyond the original project consortium Slide 10 Overall strategy Development of a collaboration platform to facilitate organised dialogue between key organisations in Europe, USA and Australia involved with marine data management. Achieved by: Creating inventories of existing standards and policies Publication of these existing standards and best practice through ODIP portal and Research Data Alliance Regular joint workshops to develop interoperability solutions and/or agree on common standards Development of prototypes for testing and evaluating potential interoperability solutions Dissemination /promotion of ODIP activities to encourage wider participation and adoption of the outcomes of the project Slide 11 Progress to date. 1 st ODIP workshop: Ostende, Belgium (February 2013) Addressed 6 discussion topics Resulted in an extensive list of actions Formulated into three prototype interoperability solution development tasks 2 nd ODIP workshop: San Diego, USA (December 2013) Addressed three discussion topics and implementation plans for the prototype development tasks Initiation of 3 prototype interoperability solution development tasks Slide 12 ODIP 1: objective Establishing interoperability between the SeaDataNet, IMOS and NODC data discovery and access services using brokering services Lead by European partners via SeaDataNet Initially addressing use of brokers at the metadata level Progress to data access services (possibly including authentication and authorisation systems) Slide 13 ODIP 1: the plan make use of the (Euro)GEOSS Brokerage harmonise the 3 regional services to a common level SeaDataNet (Europe) IMOS (Australia) NODC (USA) start at metadata level, but progress to data access, including providing solutions for possible AAA systems use the broker to facilitate access to data from the regional services by the GEOSS and Ocean Data Portals Slide 14 ODIP 2: objective ODIP 2: Establishing interoperability between cruise summary reporting systems in Europe, the USA and Australia Lead by Rolling Deck to Repository (R2R) partners (USA) Improvement of delivery and exchange of cruise summary information through the use of common formats and vocabularies Use of GeoNetWorks for routine harvesting of cruise data for delivery via the Partnership for Observation of Global Oceans (POGO) portal Slide 15 ODIP 2: the plan Publish ISO Cruise Summary Reports at regional nodes: Marine National Facility (Australia) SeaDataNet (Europe) R2R (USA) Deploy GeoNetwork catalogues at regional nodes providing both a GUI (web portal) and API (CSW service) Harvest GeoNetwork nodes into POGO global catalogue Slide 16 ODIP 3: objective Establishment of a prototype for a Sensor Observation Service (SOS) for selected sensors installed on vessels and in real-time monitoring systems using sensor web enablement (SWE) Lead by AODN (Australia) regional initiatives progress towards the adoption of SWE allowing direct standardised access to the data from operational sensor systems Slide 17 ODIP 3: the plan establish a collaboration tool (Github) compile inventory of SOS services and their endpoints compile inventory of instrument SensorML records & O&M structures compile inventory of vocab and registry services Working groups to assess SOS performance propose templates for SensorML/StarFl and O&M profiles examine vocabulary services and potential mappings Set-up a test bed Slide 18 Establish a collaboration tool Github: https://github.com/aodn/ODIP compile inventory of SOS services and their endpoints compile inventory of instrument SensorML records & O&M structures compile inventory of vocab and registry services Working groups to assess SOS performance propose templates for SensorML/StarFl and O&M profiles examine vocab services and potential mappings Set up testbed ODIP 3: the plan Slide 19 StarFL OGC discussion document *FL Starfish Fungus Language for Sensor Description http://portal.opengeospatial.org/files/?artifact_id=44438 Slide 20 Testbed - Progress so far (Scott Bainbridge) Set up two public open SOS servers, one running V4.0 of the 52North SOS server, the other running V3.6; Both servers are fully open, that is anyone can undertake the full SOS set of requests including registering sensors and adding data; Currently data from the IMOS FAIMMS Sensor Network is going into the servers, more data can be added to look at load testing if need be; Both servers form an ideal platform for client development and service chaining experiments. Slide 21 SOS v4.0 Base Address: XML Address: So far two Features of Interest: IMOS/DAVIES/SF1= Sensor Float 1 at Davies Reef IMOS/HERON/RP8= Relay Pole 8 at Heron Island With two Parameters: Water temperature (Deg. C.) Depth (m) Slide 22 SOS v3.6 Base Address: XML Address: Will be set up with the same Features of Interest and Parameters as the V4 server; Supports both SOS V1 and SOS V2. Slide 23 Activities underway SeaDataNet (Jordi Sorribas) SensorML_profiles_for_specific_ marine_observations_data-final.pdf Example: RONIMAR program station located in Cadiz with a tide gauge. SensorML (using the SensorML 2.0 schema) and O&M files are online: http://www.utm.csic.es/SensorWeb/Descriptions Slide 24 Activities underway CNR (Alessandro Oggioni, Mauro Bastianini, Cristiano Fugazza) VMs with 52North SOS implementations: a) version 3.2 linked to some data streams from the Venice Acqua Alta Tower b) version 4.0 linked to some data streams from the LTER ecological data (also for 5 marine stations) c) version 4.0 linked to the tidal network stations Examples of SensorML for version 3.x and 4.0: a) weather stations; b) vessel sensors; c) probe profile (eg CTD) An inventory of SOS: collected 420 SOS endpoints (site to share this list?) A SOS client to upload metadata (SensorML format) and Observations, visualize (also in realtime), and download data from the sensors Starter kit Slide 25 Activities underway OGS (Elena Partescano, Alessandra Giorgetti) Testing a SOS service linked to the meteo- oceanographic MAMBO1 buoy (in the North Adriatic Sea) and the observatory site E2M3A (in the South Adriatic Sea) Installed a OGC 52 North Sensor Observation Service 3.5 (http://nodc.ogs.trieste.it/SOS/sos) and a SOSClient (http://nodc.ogs.trieste.it/SOSclient)http://nodc.ogs.trieste.it/SOS/soshttp://nodc.ogs.trieste.it/SOSclient For testing: MAMBO1 - all CTD and pH sensors and E2M3A - pH sensor - (pH data for both buoys, stored using O&M format). The SensorML 1.0 are compiled using, where possible, the SeaDataNet vocabularies and EDIOS catalog. Slide 26 Activities underway AWI (Hans Pfeiffenberger, Ana Macario) Research vessel SOS SensorML and O&M SeaDataNet profiles are being adopted lots of work! AWI hands-on experience will be communicated in next ODIP workshop AWI is also keen on testing StarFL SensorML and O&M will be opened for RV Polarstern and RV Heincke during Q1/2015 Dynamic vessel tracking On-going efforts towards integration in