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A series of "[[Virtual Meetings|virtual workshops]]" are being organized in order to help the air quality community establish best practices and conventions for implementing data format and exchange standards (e.g., netCDF-CF and OGC WCS)in order to advance the level of interoperability among air quality information systems and projects.  
 
A series of "[[Virtual Meetings|virtual workshops]]" are being organized in order to help the air quality community establish best practices and conventions for implementing data format and exchange standards (e.g., netCDF-CF and OGC WCS)in order to advance the level of interoperability among air quality information systems and projects.  
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The concept of the virtual workshops is to foster interaction among the air quality community through semi-formal workshops that take advantage of remote meeting technologies and allow productive exchanges among the participants while residing in distributed physical locations.  
 
The concept of the virtual workshops is to foster interaction among the air quality community through semi-formal workshops that take advantage of remote meeting technologies and allow productive exchanges among the participants while residing in distributed physical locations.  
  
=== [[Interoperability_of_Air_Quality_Data_Systems| Interoperability of Data Systems]]===
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=== [[Interoperability_of_Air_Quality_Data_Systems|Background on Interoperability of Data Systems]]===
 
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* [http://www.ogcnetwork.net/AIP2ERs#AQ AIP 2 AQ Engineering Report] | [[GEOSS_AIP-II:_Air_Quality_Community_Infrastructure| GEOSS AIP-II AQ Community Infrastructure]]
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===[[2010-12-10: Virtual Workshop 6]] - Cyberinfrastructure for Air Quality - Recommendations ===
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===[[2010-09-25: Virtual Workshop 5]] - AQ Projects ===
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===[[2010-09-10: Virtual Workshop 4]] - Metadata ===
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===[[2010-08-27: Virtual Workshop 3]] - WCS ===
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===[[2010-03-19: Demystifying GEOSS Infrastructure - Virtual Workshop 2]]===
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===[[2010-03-05: Airnow - Virtual Workshop 1]]===
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[[{{PAGENAME}} Participants| People]]
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This is an open project and if you are interested in contributing to the technical . Register on this ESIP wiki to contribute content, discussions, or modify the page and click the "[http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php?title={{PAGENAMEE}}&action=watch watch]" tab.  
  
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* Engineering Report from AIP-2: http://www.ogcnetwork.net/AIP2ERs#AQ
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* Paper describing the Infrastructure and process: http://capita.wustl.edu/capita/capitareports/090504Stresa_IT/Metadata_for_GEOSS/090406_CatalogMetadata_Submitted.doc
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I went to a really interesting workshop put on by George Percivall last week on OGC standards. It was basically a tutorial on the various data access standards supported by OGC, the presentations are all here: http://www.ogcnetwork.net/node/1481
* Relationship of the components and services to the [architecture of your project?] 
 
* Does your service support of open standards? Is there multiple-use potential outside of a single project?
 
* Performance capability of the components including typical traffic (hits per hour) that the components support, and
 
* Availability of the components for participation in the Pilot activities including persistence.
 
* Identify how your components and services will be used in the GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI). If you will provide client application capabilities, identify how this may also exploit the GCI in the proposed project. Comments to support the refinement of the AIP Architecture are encouraged,
 
  
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Latest revision as of 17:52, August 12, 2012

Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page

Welcome to the Standards Implementation Virtual Workshops Workspace


A series of "virtual workshops" are being organized in order to help the air quality community establish best practices and conventions for implementing data format and exchange standards (e.g., netCDF-CF and OGC WCS)in order to advance the level of interoperability among air quality information systems and projects.

The objectives of the virtual workshops are to

  • publish and expose existing services from multiple providers,
  • compare standards implementations, explore differences, address challenges and reconcile differences in implementations
  • agree on 'AQ Community' conventions and define guidance that harmonize the implementation of standards-based services

The concept of the virtual workshops is to foster interaction among the air quality community through semi-formal workshops that take advantage of remote meeting technologies and allow productive exchanges among the participants while residing in distributed physical locations.



What's New


See all news

Background on Interoperability of Data Systems

2010-12-10: Virtual Workshop 6 - Cyberinfrastructure for Air Quality - Recommendations

2010-09-25: Virtual Workshop 5 - AQ Projects

2010-09-10: Virtual Workshop 4 - Metadata

2010-08-27: Virtual Workshop 3 - WCS

2010-03-19: Demystifying GEOSS Infrastructure - Virtual Workshop 2

2010-03-05: Airnow - Virtual Workshop 1



Questions, comments, feedback - leave a comment on the discussion page.

People This is an open project and if you are interested in contributing to the technical . Register on this ESIP wiki to contribute content, discussions, or modify the page and click the "watch" tab.

I went to a really interesting workshop put on by George Percivall last week on OGC standards. It was basically a tutorial on the various data access standards supported by OGC, the presentations are all here: http://www.ogcnetwork.net/node/1481

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