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Subject: EMIX and Location - pre-meeting homework

In advance of Carl Reed’s presentation on geo-referencing components for web services, I am sending out some links to OGC interoperation activities. These are not specifically energy related, but you can watch them with one eye and get a changed perspective on how mapping information can be injected on the fly into distributed processes using web service technology.


This area is filled with intriguing phrases such as “Federated Geo-Synchronization”, “Geo Processing Workflow” and “UML-GML Application Schema” (UGAS)”. (GML is a geographic markup language).


Testbed 4 – Wildfires, including Sensor Web Enablement (SWE), Geo Processing Workflow (GPW), •Geo-Decision Support (GeoDSS), •OGC Location Services (OpenLS)




Testbed 5: Dirty bomb response in a port town, includes workflow and process integration, sensorweb, authentication and authorization on OGC web services




Testbed 6. OGC tools in Hostage and Chemical Explosion scenario, Sensor Web Enablement (SWE), Geo Processing Workflow (GPW), Decision Support Services (DSS), Aeronautical Information Management (AIM)




These scenarios are show position and location flowing across domains, across authorities as components associated with other critical information. Watching the videos will change the way you think of sharing geospatial information, and will be a good warm-up for the overview of standard components for spatial communication that Carl Reed will deliver in the next meeting



"Energy and persistence conquer all things." -- Benjamin Franklin

Toby Considine
TC9, Inc

Chair, OASIS oBIX Technical Committee
OASIS Technical Advisory Board


Email: Toby.Considine@gmail.com
Phone: (919)619-2104


blog: www.NewDaedalus.com



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