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CeBIT Spatial@gov 2012 - Elizabeth McDonald, Geofabric Project Manager, Bureau of Meteorology

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  • 1. Big data and services atthe Bureau of MeteorologyElizabeth McDonald - Geofabric Project Manager
  • 2. IntroductionOutline1. Climate data2. Climate information3. Water data4. Water information5. Service delivery through the National Environmental Information Infrastructure (NEII)
  • 3. 1. Climate data Weather profileRTDB ADAM Weather maps Climate Data Online
  • 4. Climate Data Online
  • 5. 2. Climate Information Australian Temperature Record ACORN-SATClimate Observations Reference Network Annual Mean Temperature from 1910 Number of record high and record low minimum daily temperatures 1910 - 2011
  • 6. Climate Information El Nino Southern OscillationSea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly - November 2012 Southern Oscillation Index NINO3.4 SST Index Model Forecast – POAMA monthly mean NINO3.4
  • 7. Climate Information Seasonal OutlooksRainfall Temperature
  • 8. Climate Information Agricultural services Rainfall outlook scenarioNational Radar Image Chance of at least 150 mm
  • 9. 3. Water data Reports DashboardsIngestDB MaintDB iPhone App
  • 10. 4. Water Information
  • 11. Water InformationSeasonal Stream Flow Forecasting
  • 12. Water Information Australian Hydrological Geospatial Fabric (Geofabric)Geofabric Product Suite Geofabric Water Features Rivers and Streams Waterbodies Monitoring Points Water Catchments Node-Link Topology
  • 13. Water Information Linking Water Features to measurementsWaterbody Storage Level Monitoring Point Streamflow Forecast
  • 14. Water ReportingRiver Region Contracted Catchment Stream Catchment Drainage Division
  • 15. 5. National Environmental Information Infrastructure (NEII)• Includes – A catalogue – Sites register – Information services – Environmental features – Web map explorer – Vocabulary service – Persistent identifier service
  • 16. Open Government data Sharing our Data, Information and Services• Declaration of Open Government, Gov 2.0 Taskforce, data.gov.au• Following similar government transparency initiatives worldwide – data.gov (US), data.gov.uk (UK)• Use of Creative Commons licensing – in particular CC-BY
  • 17. NEII CatalogueArchitecture Web based search interface
  • 18. NEIIMonitoring Sites Register
  • 19. NEII Information ServicesArchitecture Reference implementation Source: Spatial Information Services Stack Conceptual Architecture – R. Woodcock, R. Fraser and S.Cox CSIRO
  • 20. NEII Environmental Features Geofabric Web ServicesGet Capabilities Geofabric Services in Google Earth• http://geofabric.bom.gov.au/simplefeatures/ows• http://geofabric.bom.gov.au/simplefeatures/ahgf_gwc/ows• http://geofabric.bom.gov.au/simplefeatures/ahgf_hrc/ows• http://geofabric.bom.gov.au/simplefeatures/ahgf_hrr/ows• http://geofabric.bom.gov.au/simplefeatures/ahgf_shcarto/ows• http://geofabric.bom.gov.au/simplefeatures/ahgf_shn/ows• http://geofabric.bom.gov.au/simplefeatures/gwc/service/tms/1.0.0• http://geofabric.bom.gov.au/simplefeatures/gwc/service/wms• http://geofabric.bom.gov.au/simplefeatures/gwc/service/wmts
  • 21. NEII Principles– Common information models to enable standardised information exchange e.g. WDTF– Open source standards such as WMS and WFS– An SDI pattern: • Dataset/service registry • Common services (discover/view/download/process) • Agreed (meta)data models/encoding formats)– Federation • The ‘search engine’ model • Harvesting metadata • Enables multiple points of discovery i.e. with ANDS, ASDD, data.gov.au,
  • 22. Thank you