Ocean Data Interoperability Platform EU-US-Australia collaborative project Grant Number: 312492

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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 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Ocean Data Interoperability Platform

    EU-US-Australia collaborative project

    Grant Number: 312492

    Call: FP7-INFRASTRUCTURES-2012-1-INFSOActivity: 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

    By Dick M.A. Schaap MARIS (NL), technical coordinator -

    Funded in parallel by European Commission, National Science Foundation (NSF) and Australian Government

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  • E-infrastructuresA number of regional initiatives have made significant progress in addressing discovery, access, and long term stewardship of ocean and marine data on a regional basis

    ODIP is a community lead initiative to overcome barriers by exploring common standards and interoperability solutions for improving exchange between regional infrastructures and towards global infrastructures such as GEOSS, IODE ODP, POGO, ..

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  • Europe: 10 EU funded partners: 6 countries NERC-BGS/BODC, MARIS, OGS, IFREMER, HCMR, ENEA, ULG, CNR, RBINS-MUMM, TNO

    ODIP partners

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  • 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)

    InternationalUNESCO IOC-IODE

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  • Associate partnersEuropeAlfred Wegener Institute for Polar Research (AWI)MARUMUSANOAA US-IOOS, NOAA US-NODC, NOAA NGDC UNIDATAAustraliaAustralian National Data Service (ANDS)Geoscience Australia (GA)CSIRO

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  • ODIP: ObjectivesTo 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 projects that allow effective sharing of marine and ocean data

    To develop these prototype projects by largely leveraging on existing and ongoing regional projects and initiatives

    To promote and disseminate ODIP approach and results widely for further uptake and feedback

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  • Progress to date.1st ODIP workshop: Ostende, Belgium (February 2013)Addressed 6 discussion topicsFormulated into an extensive list of actionsResulted into definition of 3 prototype projects2nd ODIP workshop: San Diego, USA (December 2013)Addressed implementation plans for the 3 prototype projects and 2 additional topics (vocabularies and data publishing citation (incl DOI)3rd ODIP workshop: Townsville, Australia (August 2014) Addressed progress of 3 prototype projects and actions for vocabularies, data publishing citation and person identifiers

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  • ODIP 1 prototype: Establishing interoperability between the SeaDataNet, IMOS and US NODC data discovery and access services using the GEO-DAB brokerage service and towards interacting with interacting with the IODE-ODP and GEOSS portals Lead by European partners via SeaDataNetExchange from SeaDataNet to ODP and GEOSS is now operational at metadata level; IMOS and US NODC will follow soon

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  • October 2014: 103 data centres connected and 4 data Centres in test for moving into operation soon => 107 data Centres from 34 countries; pan-European infrastructure

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  • ODIP 1 prototype:

    Aggregation of SeaDataNet metadata CDI granules to CDI collections (ISO 19115 19139), conversion to Common Brokerage Model, and harvesting via CS-W and OAI-PMH services

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  • ODIP 1 prototype:

    ODIP 2 proposal submitted to add data brokerage, and semantic interoperability

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  • ODIP 2 prototype:ODIP 2: Establishing interoperability between cruise summary reporting systems in Europe, the USA and Australia and also towards global POGO portal

    Lead by Rolling Deck to Repository (R2R) partners (USA)

    SeaDataNet Cruise Summary Report (CSR) adopted with ISO19115 19139 Schema and supporting Common Vocabularies

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  • ODIP 2 prototype approach: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

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  • ODIP 2 prototype progress:GeoNetWork software has been adapted by SeaDataNet for handling SeaDataNet CSR and supporting common vocabulariesR2R (USA) has deployed the SDN GeoNetWork tool and makes great progress with the GUI and mapping of vocabularies for R2R US cruises and also for populating EDMO directory ( >150 US organisations added)MNF (Australia) has also deployed GeoNetWork and started with populating EDMO directory and mapping vocabularies

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  • ODIP 2 prototype new developments:CSR Schema extension with new vocabulary for specific instruments Embed in CSRs Linked Data URIs Make CSRs available as RDF for semantic web applicationsInteroperate with NSF EarthCube and NOAA Data CentersEstablish Cruise-ID governance because of potential overlap in case of international cruises

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  • ODIP 3 prototype:Establishment of a prototype for a Sensor Observation Service (SOS) and SensorML and O&M profiles for selected sensors installed on research vessels and in real-time monitoring systems (Sensor Web Enablement (SWE))Lead by AODN (Australia)Bundling of multiple regional initiatives and best practices towards the adoption of SWE to formulate and evaluate common standards, incl involvement of 52 North

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  • ODIP 3 prototype approach:establish a collaboration tool (Github): compile inventory of SOS services and their endpointscompile inventory of instrument SensorML records & O&M structurescompile inventory of vocab and registry servicesworking groups to assess SOS performancepropose templates for SensorML/StarFl and O&M profilesexamine vocabulary services and potential mappingsSet-up a test bed

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  • ODIP 3 prototype progress:collaboration at https://github.com/aodn/ODIPinventory includes: Ritmare starter kit (IT), SOS Coriolis EuroARGO (FR), Oceanotron interaction (FR), Eurofleets SWE version 2.0 (ES), ncSOS for gliders (UK), IOOS SOS (USA), IMOS (Australia), 2 SOS installations (Australia), SMG and sensorCloud (Australia)

    Analysis: => must adopt SWE Version 2.0 to stay aligned

    52 North SOS still on V1.0 but will upgrade SensorML profiles EU and Australia quite similar in approachTestbed is being deployed for further testing of different SOS servicesDialogue with manufacturers planned

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  • Dissemination of ODIP outcomesProject websiteSocial mediaInternational conferencesOther related initiativesOcean Data Portal (ODP)Research Data AllianceBelmont Forum

    www.odip.org

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  • Thank you!

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    *These problems have been recognised and are being addressed at the regional level by a number of initiatives e.g. SeaDataNet, Geo-Seas in Europe; R2R, IOOS in the USA; AODN, IMOS in Australia. All of these initiatives have implemented marine data management infrastructures within their own regions. BUT they are implemented according to their own regional requirements and priorities.Partners from EuropeThe USA*As ODIP is a community orientated project which seeks to engage with the wider marine community the outcomesof the promoted using several apporaches:

    An ODIP web site has been created where you join the ODIP mailing list and get regular updates on these activities

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