EarthCube Summit at OGC TC

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EarthCube Summit at OGC TC

Time: January 14, 2013 to January 18, 2013
Location: Esri
Street: 380 New York Street
City/Town: Redlands, CA 92373
Website or Map: https://portal.opengeospatial…
Event Type: ogc, earth system science, workflow, decision support, semantics, ontologies, governance, interoperability
Organized By: David Arctur
Latest Activity: Feb 25

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The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is holding its winter Technical Committee meeting at the Esri campus in southern California, Jan 14-18. On Friday, Jan 18, Esri is making space available for an EarthCube Summit. This meeting is for outreach and engagement of the EarthCube science community with the OGC/IT standards community. We'd like to consider how OGC standards and best practices could best support and evolve with EarthCube.

AGENDA (all times PST)

8:30 - Welcome and introductions (Esri, OGC, all attendees)
9:00 - Overview of EarthCube current status (E.Zanzerkia, NSF)
9:15 - Review of EarthCube Domain Workshop results to date (J.Cutcher-Gershenfeld, UIUC)
9:45 - Overview of current OGC standards baseline and organization (G.Percivall, OGC)
        (set context for consideration of standards requirements in upcoming segments)
10:15 - short break
10:30 - Findings from EarthCube Cross-Domain Readiness Concept Award (I.Zaslavsky, UCSD)
11:00 - The EarthCube Workflows Community Group: Use Paradigms, Requirements, and a Roadmap for Workflows in Geosciences (Y.Gil, USC/ISI)
11:30 - Discussion on Decision Support (P.Murphy, Redlands Univ)
12:00 - lunch break (served at the meeting by Esri)
1:00 - Findings from EarthCube Semantics Community Group (K.Janowicz, UCSB)
1:20 - Interoperability Mechanisms
(R.Moore, UNC)
1:40 - Overview of Australia's EarthCube-like architecture (L.Wyborn, GeoScience Australia)
2:15 - Discussion of issues and role for OGC in EarthCube governance - introduction for breakouts (D.Arctur/G.Percivall)
       · Why EarthCube must broker data, services, and semantics;
       · The role of OGC standards in EarthCube; what is missing, what are the tensions, and development priorities;

       · How OGC governance of standards lifecycle can be integrated with EarthCube governance, with concern for pace of standards evolution and differences in culture;
       · How OGC reference architecture and architecture designs developed through IEs, pilots and service testbeds can inform EarthCube architecture development;
       · OGC and EarthCube community building and dissemination: how can they cross-pollinate;
       · Use cases in OGC and EarthCube: similarities, differences, ideas for integration (and joint use cases?);
       · OGC domain working groups and EarthCube disciplinary domains: how they can work together.

2:30 - Begin afternoon break & breakout sessions
4:00 - Recap of breakouts, next steps
5:00 - adjourn

It was a great meeting! All notes and presentations can be found on this blog page: OGC EarthCube Summit Recap.

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Comment by Erin Robinson on January 18, 2013 at 12:07pm

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OGC EarthCube Summit
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Host: Admin, OGC Portal
Start Time: 01/18/2013 : 11:00 AM - 08:00 PM [EST - US/Eastern]
Duration: 540 minutes
Meeting URL: https://portal.opengeospatial.org/webex_auth.php?AT=JM&MK=79815...
Pass Code: EarthCube1
Call In Info: +1 512 225 3650 passcode:784819#

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