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Subject: Re: [emergency] EU Tactical Situation Object

Thanks, Rex.

The OASIS project needs to be viewed in the larger context of the pan
European Spatial Data Infrastructure as well as ORCHESTRA. A good overview



The ORCHESTRA project will work together closely with two other Integrated
Projects in the field called WIN (http://www.win-eu.org) and OASIS
(www.oasis-fp6.org). WIN will concentrate more on organisational issues
relevant for improved interoperability in risk management and OASIS
focuses on crisis management. The three projects will use the same
architectural principles and make their results interoperable. These
results will be provided as input to INSPIRE and to GMES (Global
Monitoring for Environment and Security, www.gmes.info).

And the TSO encoding has yet to get traction in Europe.



> Hi Everyone,
> I wanted to draw your attention to some information resources about the
> European Union's "Open Advanced System for dISaster & emergency
> management" (yup, OASIS), http://www.oasis-fp6.org/ and its Tactical
> Situation Object (TSO) http://www.tacticalsituationobject.org/
> I have found a couple of documents which detail this specification:
> http://www.sisostds.org/index.php?tg=fileman&idx=get&id=2&gr=Y&path=Simulation+Interoperability+Workshops%2F2008+Fall+SIW&file=08S-SIW-018.pdf
> <http://www.sisostds.org/index.php?tg=fileman&idx=get&id=2&gr=Y&path=Simulation+Interoperability+Workshops%2F2008+Fall+SIW&file=08S-SIW-018.pdf>
> and
> http://www.oasis-fp6.org/documents/OASIS_TA21_DDD_041_DSF_1_4_pub.pdf
> If you have trouble getting through, I can either post the documents to
> our repository as resources or send them as attachments. Note that the
> first of these documents refers to the EU OASIS project as Open Advanced
> System for CrisIS Management (OASIS). As the publication date (Spring
> Interoperability Workshop 2008 Providence, Rhode Island) and the fact
> that it has a University of Virginia co-author, shows, this whole
> project and the TSO itself, is not a recent effort. Too bad we didn't
> hear about it sooner, but that's life.
> Regardless, I think we should explore it and perhaps even make the whole
> dual OASIS situation more interesting by adopting it ourselves if it
> fits into our set of standards.
> Of course, we have a lot of study to do first, but this has now come up
> in the final review of the NCOIC All Hazards Alert and Warning (AHAW)
> Capabilities Pattern in the Net-Enabled Emergency Response Integrated
> Project Team (NEER-IPT), so I will be investigating it further and will
> almost certainly incorporate it into the AHAW pattern.
> Cheers,
> Rex
> --
> Rex Brooks
> President, CEO
> Starbourne Communications Design
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> Berkeley, CA 94702
> Tel: 510-898-0670
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