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  • GeoServer is a cutting edge technology in the geospatial realm more often by enabling lots of its collateral extensions. A practical example of GeoServer’s capabilities to implement OGC Web Feature Service – a source for sharing vector data in Spatial Data Infrastructure – is hidden by the Geography Markup Language Application Schema extension.The power of this plugin figures out how it is feasible to share semantically meteorological objects as defined by WOML (Weather Objects Modeling Language), an application schema based on top of GML.WOML has been defined with interoperability in mind with no care of visualization rules in order to support data sharing among different stakeholders.This paper would explain some handful best practices to enabling those capacities by using PostGIS as selected spatial database for meteorological features such as Cold Fronts, Warm Fronts, Surface of precipitation area, etc.

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  • 1. Geobeyond May 23, 2012 Geospatial engine for sharing meteorological objects Powered by GeoServer1 Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 2. 2 May 23, 2012Agenda What is WOML? GeoServer, a geospatial engine server for consuming data GML application schema extension PostGIS, a spatial database for WOML Challenges Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 3. 3 May 23, 2012WOML Weather Objects Modeling Language Semantically paradigm for meteorological entities (Fronts, Cloud Areas, Precipitation Areas, etc) Standard for data exchange of high-level meteorological phenomena among expertise-less stakeholders Focused on interoperability, no expectations to data presentation Started from FMI in late 2008 Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 4. 4 May 23, 2012WOML Schemas Specificationmaintained at FMI confluence GML application schema Based on top of GML 3.2.1 (latest version) Inheritance as mechanism for specialisation 4 Namespaces WOML WOML WOML SWO Quantity Textfct 25 Features WOML Core Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 5. 5 May 23, 2012WOML Core Building block for Geometry Point Line Surface Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 6. 6 May 23, 2012Core Feature Types All derived from gml:DynamicFeatureType to describe changes while a forecast period is observed gml:history property to capture changes over the period collected as geometrically-event objects  PointObjectEventType, LineObjectEventType, SurfaceObjectEventType  All of them extend gml:AbstractTimeSliceType by adding the geometry property is changing Feature Collection Type (certain area, timeframe)  WeatherForecastType  MeteorologicalAnalysisType Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 7. 7 May 23, 2012Core Diagram Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 8. 8 May 23, 2012WOML SWO Sensible Weather Object types:  14 of single point geometry inherited from Core AbstractPointObjectType  9 of line geometry inherited from Core AbstractLineObjectType  2 of surface geometry inherited from Core AbstractSurfaceObjectType Example: A Ridge semantically differs from a ColdFront despite they share the same properties Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 9. 9 May 23, 2012SWO Diagram Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 10. 10 May 23, 2012WOML Quantity & Textfct The Quantity namespace is defined for locations and areas with relevant physical values (Temperatures, wind speed, wind direction, etc)  Easier replacement of OGC Observations & Measurement for forecast and analysis TheTextfct namespace describes text-based weather forecasts for specific target areas  Focused on lightweight exchange of data  Forecast which needs human explanation Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 11. 11 May 23, 2012Key Concepts Geographical nature of meteorological data Geospatial standards OGC WxS Cross-boarder cooperation and harmonisation of data (Regional – National – European) Interoperability in mind Consuming data from WOML WFS 2.0 Autore: Francesco Bartoli
  • 12. 12 May 23, 2012GeoServer Supports OGC WxS family implementation Uses GeoTools to aggregate different datastores centrally Includes GML application schema extension for supporting 3th-party like WOML Allows direct querying of complex meteorological features WOML-encoded Enables data fusion between remote and local sources is Inspire-ready because of the abilities passed- down by its extension for Inspire services Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 13. 13 28 maggio 2012OGC WFS Protocol Reference implementation of WFS http://ogsuite.geobeyond.it/geoserver/wfs? SERVICE=wfs& VERSION=1.1.0& REQUEST=GetFeature& TYPENAME=usa:states& FEATUREID=states.39 Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 14. 14 May 23, 2012Consuming WOML services
  • 15. 15 May 23, 2012GML app-schema extension Place the jar file into the WEB-INF/lib directory Package for each feature:  <root_dir>  <featureType_dir>  featuretype.xml  layer.xml  datastore.xml  <featureType_mapping_file>.xml Mapping for WFS Feature Chaining for multivalued member property (i.e. WeatherForecast) Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 16. 16 May 23, 2012Configuration Declaration of secondary namespace is essential for GML 3.2.1 by WFS 2.0 PostGIS, Oracle, ArcSDE supported as database options for datastore Typical configuration: <as : AppSchemaDataAccess> <namespaces >... </namespaces> <includedTypes >... </includedTypes> <sourceDataStores >...</sourceDataStores> <targetTypes ... </ targetTypes> <typeMappings >... </typeMappings> </as : AppSchemaDataAccess> Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 17. 17 May 23, 2012Feature Chaining CloudArea feature collection has a certain number of SWO features nested in the multivalued property targetRegion  Use of complex sourceExpression combined with three childs:  OCQL which filters out the attribute of cloud_area belonging to the chaining  linkElement corresponding to the targetElement of feature which you are linking to  linkField specifying XPath related to the feature property significantly involved to the chaining A sort of LEFT JOIN “…FROM cloud_area, linkElement WHERE <OCQL exp>…linkField” Resource de-normalisation as of M-M association (sorted by FID) Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 18. 18 May 23, 2012WOML schema mapping Single womlswo:CloudArea:  is observed at several distinct locations on the Earth’s surface  has a multivalued womlcore:targetRegion property of womlcore:GeographicRegionPropert yType Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 19. 19 May 23, 2012 Design WOML database  PostGIS as natural database for a spatially- stack  De-normalisation left to feature chaining  Hybrid generalisation model for SWO features jet_stream abstract_line occluded_frontabstract_met_symbol abstract_pressure_cente abstract_storm cloud_area surface_precipitation_area r abstract_point_object abstract_line_object abstract_surface_object abstract_meteorological_object Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 20. 20 May 23, 2012Sample requesthttp://localhost:8080/geoserver/wfs?request=GetFeature&typeName=womlswo:CloudArea&bbox=47.99,56.22,52.23,62.99Response:<wfs:FeatureCollection….> <wfs:member> <womlswo:CloudArea gml:id=" cloud_area .2 "> <gml:boundedBy> <gml:Envelope srsDimension="2" srsName="urn:x− ogc:def:crs:EPSG:2398 ”> <gml:lowerCorner>45.828799 51.057128</gml:lowerCorner> <gml:upperCorner>50.903033 62.614745</gml:upperCorner> </gml:Envelope> </gml:boundedBy><womlcore:creationTime>2009−02−01T12:44:30Z</womlcore:creationTime><womlcore:shortInfo xml:lang="Ita−it ">Area nuvolosa interna</womlcore:shortInfo><womlcore:controlSurface>….</womlcore:controlSurface><womlcore:targetRegion>…. </womlcore:targetRegion>….</womlswo:CloudArea></wfs:member></wfs:FeatureCollection> Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 21. 21 May 23, 2012Key benefit Interoperability! Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 22. 22 28 maggio 2012Challenges To be scoped under the authority of Italian Civil Protection Schema transformation for implementing services under Inspire Annex III – Atmospheric Conditions and Meteorological Geographical Features WOML candidated under the OGC umbrella? Implementing WxS Inspire-compliant service with GeoServer Inspire extension Author: Francesco Bartoli
  • 23. 23 28 maggio 2012Contact us Geobeyond Source code on GitHubhttps://github.com/geobeyond/GEWO ML Follow us on twitter Contact francesco.bartoli@geobeyond.it Author: Francesco Bartoli