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    • Cross-Border SDI Project Pipeline Planning Scenario 2008 NSDI CAP Category 4: Joint Canadian and United States Spatial Data Infrastructure Project Contacts: cwinfo@Cubewerx.com info@TheCarbonProject.com © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Pipeline Planning - 2010 Scenario • International Planning Commission reviewing plans for new oil pipeline. • Pipeline to carry crude oil from western Canada provinces to refineries in US. • Planning Corridor crosses Montana/Saskatchewan border. • Commission tasked with rapidly developing a report on critical infrastructure in area. This scenario is for demonstration purposes only – highlighting use of a Cross-Border Spatial Data Carbon Project® (SDI) based on OGC WFS © 2008 The Infrastructure
    • The following takes place between 10 AM and 10:15 AM… Canada US …events happen in real time. © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Roles Keith Brenda Keith and Brenda are on the staff of the Commission © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • The commission just sent us a package by email Keith Brenda 10:00 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • OK, let me zoom & connect to the Cross- Border SDI Network 10:00 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Just a little closer to the border maybe? OK, let me zoom & and grab a base map 10:01 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Got it, lets connect to the Cross- Border SDI Network 10:01 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Oops, forget to log-in… 10:01 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • http://www.myplaceishere.net No problem, I got it, User logging in now to ********* Secure SDI service… Me too, with my account… 10:02 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • OK, let me zoom & connect to the Cross-Border SDI 10:03 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Just got a note, they want gas storage, comm towers in report Got it, Montana done… 10:04 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Accessing NRCAN WFS with the single-sign on 10:04 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Canada done 10:04 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • They say add schools to report Got it, accessed Montana and NRCAN WFS, done 10:05 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Lets make it easy to understand… Emergency Mapping symbols, got it working… 10:06 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Done… 10:09 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • OK, lets save this for the commission and get additional data. 10:09 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • 10:15 AM © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • WFS, WMS and Filter Encoding Interfaces Montana* CGDI NSDI Data Services Role-based NRCan Service Access Services* Control* © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Project Overview • 2008 NSDI CAP - Joint Canadian/US Cross-Border SDI project to deliver foundations of online mapping environment to help identify critical infrastructures. • Deploys online services based on OGC Web Feature Service (WFS), Filter, GML and CubeWerx software in Montana and Quebec. • Begins integrating CI data models from Montana with NIDM from Canada and DHS Geospatial Data Model. • Cross-border users access online services and identify critical infrastructure with Gaia and CarbonArc PRO - an OGC SDI extension for ESRI ArcGIS from The Carbon Project. Project will deliver an online operational environment that can be integrated into critical infrastructure operations. © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Project Participants Montana Department of Administration, Information Technology Services Division United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Geospatial Management Office (GMO) Centre for Topographic Information, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) Cross Border Project Coordinator, Department of National Defence (DND) Canada CubeWerx L-3 Communications The Carbon Project © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Software Resources • CubeWerx Web Feature Server (WFS) – • http://www.cubewerx.com/products/webservices • CubeWerx Identity Management Server (IMS) • http://www.cubewerx.com/products/ims • Gaia from The Carbon Project • http://www.thecarbonproject.com/gaia.php • Secure SDI Extension for Gaia • http://www.thecarbonportal.net © 2008 The Carbon Project®
    • Cross-Border SDI Project Pipeline Planning Scenario 2008 NSDI CAP Category 4: Joint Canadian and United States Spatial Data Infrastructure Project Contacts: cwinfo@Cubewerx.com info@TheCarbonProject.com © 2008 The Carbon Project®