Difference between revisions of "Data Integration and Display Tools"

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#Approach: a) initiate a matrix; b) do a tool demo session with five presenters (HydroSeek, MS,ESRI, Water Portal, EPA OEI/OW), 15minutes each; c) 20 minutes discussion to validate the matrix.
 
#Approach: a) initiate a matrix; b) do a tool demo session with five presenters (HydroSeek, MS,ESRI, Water Portal, EPA OEI/OW), 15minutes each; c) 20 minutes discussion to validate the matrix.
 
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* ArcGIS Server Geoportal Extension: Geospatial Discovery  
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* ArcGIS Server Geoportal Extension: Geospatial Discovery through Portal Technology, Christine Eggers, ESRI,  
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Abstract: The ArcGIS Server Geoportal extension enables an  
 
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* Microsoft (in process)
 
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* Measure project tools, Paul Houser (invited)

Revision as of 17:27, December 11, 2009

Data Integration and Display Tools

  1. Moderator: Phil Yang
  2. Objective: a) share functions and tools exist for water studies and management; b) identify functions needed; c) develop a matrix of functions/tools/future needs; d)assess alignment with GEOSS (catalog, semantic mediation, viualization, interoperabiliy, workflow, etc).
  3. Approach: a) initiate a matrix; b) do a tool demo session with five presenters (HydroSeek, MS,ESRI, Water Portal, EPA OEI/OW), 15minutes each; c) 20 minutes discussion to validate the matrix.
  4. Schedule:
  • ArcGIS Server Geoportal Extension: Geospatial Discovery through Portal Technology, Christine Eggers, ESRI,

Abstract: The ArcGIS Server Geoportal extension enables an organization to host a highly-customizable, web-accessible geodata catalog for users to connect to map services, create and manage metadata, and find, share, and download geodata. Demonstration will showcase easy-to-use tools for connecting users to geospatial resources, and connecting disparate geodata catalogs to one another.

  • Hydroseek, Richard Hooper (invited),
  • Water Portal Prototype, Hannes Wu, Zhenlong Li, and Min Sun
  • Microsoft (in process)
  • Measure project tools, Paul Houser (invited)