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ARGOMARINE final presentation - CRN presentation

  1. 1. ARGOMARINE  International  Conference   Portoferraio,  21/11/2012   Signals  and  Images  Lab  Institute  of  Information  Science  and  Technologies   ISTI  –  CNR  
  2. 2. Objec9ves  The  purpose  has  been  to  study  and  setup  a  Marine  Informa,on  System  able  to:    1.  Store  heterogeneous  informa9on  into  a  GIS  system  2.  Provide  data  mining,  and  search&retrieval  tools  to  End-­‐Users  3.  Exploit  Decision  Support  Systems  for  the  analysis  of  heterogeneous  data   sources  with  the  goal  of  providing  support  to  responsible  authori9es  Requirements  to  be  evaluated  and  sa9sfied:  •  Defini9on   of   both   raw   and   processed   heterogeneous   data   in   order   to   define  a  common  exchange  (meta-­‐)data  format  •  Defini9on  of  which  common  processed  data  should  be  granted  access  to  •  Defini9on   of   a   communica9on   plaLorm   for   data   exchange   with   several   different  external  data  provider  
  3. 3. Objec9ves  Thus  the  final  development  tasks  regarded:  •  The   needed   services   and   products   that   the   MIS   should   provide   in   terms  of  End-­‐users  and  Project  partners  •  The   interfaces   for   each   subsystem   providing   data   (both   analysed   or   raw)  to  be  stored  or  used  by  the  MIS  •  The   technologies   to   be   used   for   the   implementa9on   of   the   various   components  of  the  MIS  •  The   technologies   for   the   implementa9on   of   a   communica9on   plaLorm  •  Realiza9on  of    systems  for  volunteer  aler9ng:   1.  specific  own  GPS  device     2.  smartphone  app  
  4. 4. Analysis:  what  kind  of  data?  Babel  of  data:  •  AIS  data  from  several  sources  •  SAR  image  &  SAR  processed  oil-­‐spill  reports  •  Airborne  hyperspectral  data  &  hyper.  processed  oil-­‐spill  reports  •  Vessel  detec9on  from  SAR  images  •  Oil-­‐spill  simula9on  models  •  DriWing  buoys  data  •  Real-­‐9me  data  from  mobile  phones  +  AUV  +  floa9ng  buoys   •  Including  eNose  •  Hydrophone  vessel  detec9on  •  Oceanographic  sta9c  buoys  
  5. 5. Hardware  configura9on:  the  data  flow   AIS   Antenna   Responsible   Operators  
  6. 6. AIS  sta9on  antenna  set-­‐up  
  7. 7. Development:  what  does  it  provide?  —  WMS  for  geographic  referenced  data  —  Real  Time  monitoring  (different  update  9mes  depending  on  source)  —  Historical  data  monitor  (with  stored  former  reports  accessible)  —  AIS  real-­‐,me  data  from  mul9ple  sources  (AIS  sta9on  @CNR)   —  General  Command  of  Coast  Guard  sending  off-­‐line  complete  data   —  MarineTraffic  AIS  data   —  NATO  CMRE  inpu_ng  AISHUB  AIS  data  —  PNAT  &  NMPZ  real-­‐9me  Dynamic  Risk  maps  —  Decision  Support  Services  (DSS)   —  Automa9c  reasoning  on  the  basis  of  the  GeoMatrix  status     —  Dispatching    alerts  to  Operators    —  Remote  control  of  the  AUV  missions  
  8. 8. Visualiza9on:  how  does  it  look?  
  9. 9. Real  Time  Monitor  Available  layers:   Dynamic  risk  map  
  10. 10. DSS  modifying  Geomatrix   Volunteers  aler9ng   for  suspect  oil-­‐spillage  Dynamic  risk  map   modified  
  11. 11. DSS:  Argo  Alert  Services   DSS  automa9cally   eNose  sensor  sniffs   generates  an  alert   something   anomalous…   Operators  responsible   for  that  area  are   no9fied   Dynamic  risk  map   Event  is  displayed   modified  together  with  other   data  of  interest  
  12. 12. Historical  data  monitor  Example  of  visualization  of  data  on:  2012/05/18  at  12:oo  All  layers  with  consistent  data  at  that  time  are  shown  
  13. 13. Babel  of  informa9ve  layers  In  this  sample  from  a  specific  9me:  hyperspectral  report,  SAR  report,  Vessel  detec9on  report,  floa9ng  buoy,  AIS,  AUV,  volunteers,  driWing  buoys,  oceanographic  buoy  
  14. 14. Alerts  table  and  Reports  list  

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