2nd workshop on the use of GIS/OGC standards in meteorology CIC meetings

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Monday 23 November



Matteo Dell’Acqua,

Head, Development Department - Meteo-France

SESSION 1: Interoperability and standards

Toward interoperable information use across the geosciences



David Arctur



Meteorological data exchange standards on a global stage: how WMO must adapt to changing requirements

Jeremy Tandy

(Met Office) 

GI Standardisation Overview

Nicolas Lesage



Wim Som de Cerff


OGC Met Ocean Domain Working Group progress report

Marie-Françoise Voidrot


Modelling of WMO data products based on BUFR/CREX tables

Pierre Kerhervé 


Aviso and Mercator serving MyOcean, or how a European marine user accesses ocean products derived from satellite altimetry and numerical simulations (past and present missions, and forecast)

Frédérique Blanc


Meteorology and Oceanography, interoperability: are there anything to do with OWL?


Olivier Lauret



Ethan Davis


Towards a meteorological domain model: next steps

Andrew Woolf


Sense and Extensibility - Towards Weather Objects Modeling Language (WOML)

Ilkka Rinne


Re-useable, compact discrete coverage model for encoding forecast and observation data within WFS

Debbie Wilson 


Delivering Multiple OGC Service Types from a Single Climate Science Domain Model

Dominic Lowe



SESSION 2  : Applications

Optimized OGC Solutions with ITT VIS Technologies: Delivering Interoperable Streaming with OGC WCS, WMS and WPS

David Burridge


Use of OGC Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) for the acquisition, storage and dissemination of groundwater data

Pierre Lagarde


Application of OGC Sensor Web Enablement Standards for the planning of atmospheric research flights

Thomas Everding (Univ Münster ) Marc Rautenhaus

(DLR, Institut of Atmospheric Physics)

4-D Wx Data Cube and the NNEW Program

Aaron Braeckel


MET Support to ATM

Dennis Hart



Tuesday 24 November    

SESSION 2 : Applications

The EUMETSAT EO Portal User Management Concept

Marko Reiprecht


GEOSS Architecture Implementation Pilot, Phase 2

Herve Caumont 


ENVOL Study Program - “Meteorological web service implementation feedback”

Julien Jeudy


Irrigation decision support based on a link between pyWPS and IDL/ENVI, accessing multi-temporal WCS

Laurent Drapeau


Online intercomparison of models and observations using OGC and community standards

Jon Blower 

(University of Reading)

OGC Standards in NOAA

Ted Habermann


ECMWF Web Re-Engineering Project

Baudouin Raoult


Building a web map services infrastructure at SMHI

Rasmus Ewehag


Real time delivery of radar precipitation data using OGC Web Services

Maarten Plieger


Using Apache to work around Mapserver limitations

Trond Michelsen


Towards an OGC service infrastructure for meteorological workstation

Jacques Roumilhac


Series, Aggregation, Coverages: ISO 19115 in the Real-World


Ted Habermann


Status of the VGISC procurement

Chris Little

(Met Office)

Implementation of WMO Information System in JMA

Eiji Toyoda


'Invent'; a freely available weather-viewer using Google Maps

Bruce Wright

(Met Office)

Towards a WMS profile for Met-Ocean products

Frederic Guillaud



Wednesday 25  November

SESSION 3 Tools :  Offering from Open Source communities or vendors

Tools to support OGC standards Magics++ and Metview

Sylvie Thepaut


Opportunities and challenges in the exchange of environmental data using OGC web standards

Adrian Custer


Open Source OGC Web Services implementations

Olivier Courtin


Open Source Software and OGC Interoperability Standards at EDINA

Joe Vernon


Exploiting Web Services for meteorological applications

Jozef Matula




Summary Conceptual Modelling


Summary Services


Summary Roadmap




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