2016 Presentations

The presentations given at the 2016 GEOSS Interoperability Workshop (sponsored and managed by the Standards and Interoperability Forum) are listed here.  They are available as PDFs and associated with each presentation is the name and email address of the presenter.  There are also recordings of the workshop, which consist of a complete recording and broken out separate recordings of each session.

The SIF would like to thank all presenters for their effort in preparing their presentations, and attendees for their time and questions.


Session Name
Session Description
Presenter Information
Presentation File
Presentation Recording
(available Oct. 24)
Session 1: Introduction
This session will contain an introduction by the SIF to the goals and logistics of the workshop, and introductions to the sessions and presentations of the workshop. Interoperability issues to be considered will be introduced.
Steven F. Browdy
steven.browdy@ieee.org
Introduction
 
Session 2: GEOSS Overview
This session will give a high-level overview of the current GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) and overall design of GEOSS. There will also be a quick preview of the evolution to be addressed in Session 7.
Steven F. Browdy
steven.browdy@ieee.org
GEOSS Overview

Session 3: Interoperability and Data Access Overview
This session will explore what is meant by interoperability for GEOSS and how it impacts the GEOSS user experience in discovering, accessing, and using data. Focus will be on 3 of the GEOSS Data Management Principles: Metadata for Discovery, Traceability, and Quality Control. 
Tom Kralidis
tom.kralidis@canada.ca

Paul Eglitis
paul.eglitis@gmail.com
Siri Jodha S. Khalsa
sjsk@nsidc.org

Siri Jodha S. Khalsa
sjsk@nsidc.org

Arne J, Berre
Arne.J.Berre@sintef.no
Interoperability Overview


Standards Overview




DMP Overview


Open Science
 
Session 4: Data Management Principle 1 (Metadata for Discovery)
This session will introduce the proposed GEOSS Data Management Principle 1 (Metadata for Discovery). Survey results, relationship to interoperability, and how it might be implemented in the GEOSS/GCI.
Siri Jodha S. Khalsa
sjsk@nsidc.org
Metadata for Discovery DMP
 
Session 5: Data Management Principle 5 (Traceability)
This session will introduce the proposed GEOSS Data Management Principle 5 (Traceability). Survey results, relationship to interoperability, and how it might be implemented in the GEOSS/GCI.
Robert Downs
rdowns@ciesin.columbia.edu
Traceability DMP
 
Session 6: Data Management Principle 6 (Quality Control)
This session will introduce the proposed GEOSS Data Management Principle 6 (Quality Control). Survey results, relationship to interoperability, and how it might be implemented in the GEOSS/GCI.
Joan Maso
joan.maso@uab.es
Quality Control DMP
 
Session 7: The Future of GEOSS and the GCI
This session will discuss the various ways that the GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) can be utilized, both interactively and programmatically, and evolved to realize added value through interoperability. Known issues will be introduced and discussed, especially with regards to the Data Management Principles introduced in this workshop. Two questions to be addressed: 1) What technical gaps exist that require evolution in order to realize the desired benefits of the GEOSS and GCI?, and 2) How can GEOSS and the GCI evolve to support compliance with, and use of, the Data Management Principles introduced in this workshop?
Ken McDonald
Kenneth.Mcdonald@noaa.gov

Steven F. Browdy
steven.browdy@ieee.org

Lucia Lovison
lucia.lovison@gmail.com

Steven F. Browdy
steven.browdy@ieee.org
Community Portals


GEO-API Component


Capacity Building


Workshop Wrap-Up
 

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