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  • In his introductory remarks to the Data Summit, Chet Wayland highlighted the challenges that EPA faces regarding its data systems including diminishing resources, need to leverage through interoperability, and transitioning from competition to collaboration. Notes by Chet Wayland: So the challenges are many… We can’t be all for everyone… if one person walks out of this room with a huge smile on their face tomorrow afternoon, then we have failed… as I know human nature and everyone generally wants what is best for themselves and we have to think about the broader community… take off your system and program hats… we have to define some boundaries around this beast. Can we focus on collection/source of data and then integration of data? Leave policy support as a customizable element better left to the program and not the community? We build the house, put in the plumbing and electrical and let the programs paint the walls and hang the drapes? Have to leverage existing systems and not build new stove-pipes Competition is not the right word, but we need to go from what “I” need to what “we” need… where we can. If at a minimum, the next time you need to modify one of your systems, the first thought that comes to your mind is “ at the Data Summit, we talked about X and I should consider that before I go forward and make my modification” We have limited resources… no new slug of funds… how do we sustain what we have or what we think we should have? Finally, we (EPA) don’t have the answer… that’s why we brought in the best and brightest in this field. We need your input and ideas. YOU can make a difference in whether we succeed or fail and the “we” is the air quality community. You’ve shown your interest by being here… I hope you will be focused and fully engaged over the next 2 days and afterwards in helping us work this issue. This is only a start, but I hope a good start to bringing the right folks together finally to start solving this long-standing issue.

2008-07-07 EPA Interoperability 2008-07-07 EPA Interoperability Presentation Transcript

  • Data Summit, February 2008, Chet Wayland Data Summit Challenge
    • We have to look at several levels of system leveraging and interoperability; define boundaries
    • We have to stop building from from scratch; must build/modify from existing systems
    • We have to go from competition to collaboration
    • We have to work within our resource constraints
    • We don’t have the answer!... We need your advice/input on how to make this happen… and this is a start!
  • From Dedicated to Federated Data Systems Data Providers Decisions DSS EPA AirNow Public Aer Chem State AQ State AQ
    • The AQ Data Systems were initially dedicated to deliver specific, tailored information products for managing NAAQS (EPA), Regional Haze (RPOs) or informing the Public.
    • These data systems integrated specific monitoring networks such as EPA regulatory networks, IMPROVE, and Airnow.
    • A major effort and value (at least half?) in all data systems is acquiring, updating and organizing the incoming data.
    CIRA VIEWS Reg. Haze EPA AQS NAAQS
  • From Dedicated to Federated Data Systems Data Providers Decisions DSS Aero. Chem EPA AirNow EPA AirNow Public Aer Chem State AQ State AQ
    • The data can be federated by providing a standard interface
    • The distribution of integrated, but raw data is a secondary activity.
    Federated Data Traj CIRA VIEWS Reg. Haze EPA AQS NAAQS PM25 Ozone
  • From Dedicated to Federated Data Systems Data Providers Decisions DSS Aero. Chem EPA AirNow EPA AirNow Public Aer Chem State AQ State AQ
    • The federated data can be easily reused in other applications
    Federated Data Traj CIRA VIEWS Reg. Haze Except. Evt. EPA AQS NAAQS PM25 Ozone
  • From Dedicated to Federated Data Systems Data Providers Decisions DSS Aero. Chem GIOVANNI Satellite HMS Fire Pix HMS Fire Pix NAAPS Model NAAPS Model EPA AirNow EPA AirNow Public Aer Chem State AQ State AQ Sat. Data Fire Data Met, Emiss Federated Data Traj CIRA VIEWS Reg. Haze Except. Evt. EPA AQS NAAQS PM25 Ozone
  • CATT Federated Data Trajectory EPA AirNow Aero. Chem Combined Aerosol Trajectory Tool Building client applications using Standard data access protocols saves resources and encourages data reuse. Except. Evt. PM25 Ozone Other Other
  • CATT – Source Filter Federated Data Trajectory EPA AirNow Aero. Chem Combined Aerosol Trajectory Tool High FRM PM2.5 Except. Evt. PM25 Ozone Other Other
  • CATT – Source Filter Federated Data Trajectory EPA AirNow Aero. Chem Combined Aerosol Trajectory Tool High OC from Fire Except. Evt. PM25 Ozone Other Other
  • From Dedicated to Federated Data Systems Data Providers Decisions DSS Aero. Chem GIOVANNI Satellite HMS Fire Pix HMS Fire Pix NAAPS Model NAAPS Model EPA AirNow EPA AirNow Public BlueSky Aer Chem State AQ State AQ Sat. Data Fire Data Met, Emiss Resource Pool Traj CIRA VIEWS Reg. Haze Except. Evt. EPA AQS NAAQS PM25 Ozone