The 4th ODIP II workshop took place at the Marine Institute, in Galway, Ireland last week. International project partners met with other domain and technical experts to discuss and progress the various project activities that support the development of a common global framework for marine data management.
The Ocean Data Interoperability Platform aims to facilitate more efficient sharing of data across scientific domains and international boundaries. It organizes international workshops which focus on promoting standards and developing prototypes to evaluate potential standards and interoperability solutions.
52°North contributes its experience in developing Sensor Web technology, supports the deployment of Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) implementations and helps to broaden the use of SWE standards. We are also responsible for coordinating the ODIP2 prototype for interoperable data sharing, which includes SWE, Linked Data and lightweight technologies, such as JSON.
Christian Autermann (52°North) presented current project results and chaired the Session for ODIP prototype 3+ and gave an overview of 52°North’s latest developments for the marine domain.
Wednesday, October 4, 2107
Session 10 Ocean Data Standards and Best Practices – part 2 – Existing practices from Prototypes and their evolution
- Best practices for SWE for marine applications
Thursday, October 5, 2107
Session 11 ODIP 3+ Prototype Development Task
- Latest deveopments of Helgoland (Profile Observations, Trajectories)
- SensorWeb @ AWI (SOS with NearRealTime-Daten, Helgoland)
- Marine SWE Profiles, Profile für SensorML, O&M and SOS
- Latest developments of SWE Metadata editors (smle)
- SWE Developments in SeaDataCloud (SWE Ingestion Service and smle)