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  • 1. Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere - CASA Brenda Philips, Mike Zink bphilips@ecs.umass.edu, zink@ecs.umass.edu Deputy Directors University of Massachusetts, Amherst US Ignite Application Summit, June 25th 2013
  • 2. Networked vs. Individual Radar NEXRAD = 5 min between updates Multi-Doppler scan Surveillance scan Closest radar CASA = 1 min between updates 4-times bandwidth requirement from CASA network
  • 3. Closed-loop Network is critical!
  • 4. Example Operations
  • 5. Dynamically Allocated Resources  Network and compute resources not always required  It is a clear day in Dallas today!  Allocate network resource when and where needed  Software Defined Networks and Cloud Computing suite this approach well
  • 6. Dynamically Allocated Resources for Short-term Forecasts (aka Nowcast) Detect Weather Forecast Detection Initiate Nowcast in the cloud Allocate network and cloud resources Shut down Nowcast Release network and cloud resources Run during weather event
  • 7. US Ignite and GENI High bandwidth, low-latency networks + GENI testbeds = Layer 2 + SDN + Open Clouds + “at scale”  Perfect infrastructure for our application!  All comes together in DFW Urban Demonstration Testbed
  • 8. SDN based on Weather SDN Controller Command & ControlForecast Detection