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GI2013 ppt buono_seismic_geo_sdi


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GI2013-GI/GIS/GDI-Interoperability-Forum, Dresden: 29./30.04.2013

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GI2013 ppt buono_seismic_geo_sdi

  1. 1. The OGC Standardsand Geo-Platform based web applicationfor seismic events monitoringSustainability & Security Applications for GEO-Risk-Prevention & ENVIRO-Disaster-ProtectionGrenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GI/GIS/GDI-Forum am 29./30. April 2013 in DresdenDimitri Dello Buono29 April 2013
  2. 2. ISIDE: The Italian Seismic NetworkISIDe (Italian SeismologicalInstrumental and Parametric DataBase)• More than 300 stations• It publics hypocenter parametersprovided in near real time seismicmonitoring service carried out at theheadquarters of the INGV in Rome• together with the locations of theItalian Seismic Bulletin that are theresult of the daily review of datacarried out by analysts of theEarthquake National Center
  3. 3. ISIDe: public Data…… but not the best way to share• ISIDe provide some web interfacefor querying Seismic data for adate range• HTML Table visualization• Map Visualization (But NotInteroperable)• Export format in CSV (CommaSeparated Values) and KMLformat
  4. 4. Italian National CivilProtection – Seismic Risck Office The Seismic Risk Office developcriteria and methodologies andperforms analysis for: assessment and mitigation ofseismic and volcanic risks; the prediction of the impact ofseismic and volcanic events in thearea; optimize interventions inemergency and post-event; prevention programs, as well as theclassification and seismic norms.
  5. 5. The geoSDI ProgrammegeoSDI is a Programme coordinated by the Italian Civil ProtectionDepartment of the Prime Minister Office• For implemeting the Civil ProtectionNational Spatial Data Infrastructure• According to the provisions of the INSPIREDirective• Using Open Source software applications.It is developed by the Institute for the Methodologiesof Environmental Analysis (IMAA) of the ItalianNational Research Council (CNR) with thecollaboration of most of the national civil and militaryinstitutions concerned.
  6. 6. The FrameworkgeoSDI has designed and launched the open source projectGeo-Platform Framework, the first pure java open source framework todevelop Rich Web GIS Application.Geo-Platform allows to extend webGIS applications adding Widgets,software plugins that perform specific functions: in this way every geo-portal is different from the others and it realizes an exact reflection of thefunctional needs of the end user.With the development of Geo-Platform Framework is now possible toproduce fast and powerful geoportals dedicated to end users.
  7. 7. An extensible Solution: widgets!• Viewports Management• Geocoding / Reverse Geocoding (Google, Yahoo,Custom...)• Map Projects Management• Export / Import Map Projects• User / Roles Management• Routing on OSM Data• Feature Editor (WFS-T)• WPS builder• ...• ...• Base Layer Selection (Google, Bing, OSM, Custom...)• Add WMS Layer• Upload File (GeoTiff, SHP, SLD, ...)• Manage WMS Server• Layer Tree Panel• Refresh Layer• CQL Filter• Time Filter• Print Map• Styler (gestione SLD)
  8. 8. Widgets ExamplesMap Feature WidgetHe manages the map, working in association withother components such as toolbars and the layertree widget. Every operation on the layer tree widgetis immediately reflected on the map, for exampletransparences, zIndex, style.This widget gives also information about the scale ofrepresentation, geographical orientation, lat/longmouse position.Layer Tree WidgetThis is the widget for managing layers displayed on amap, which allows a truly innovative configuration:As shown in the figure, the tree allows you to viewthe "folder" in a nested way(unlimited nesting). Thisallows greater flexibility in organizing the set of layers.The toolbar exposes functionality for themanagement of the tree and can be extendedthrough additional widgets with additional features..
  9. 9. Widgets ExamplesAdd Layer WidgetAllows creation of layers within the layer tree.Through this widget you can manage multipledata sources from which "collect" the layer tobe added to the map.The functionality of the Add Layer Widgets canbe extended by adding more widgets, likeuploading Shapefiles Widgets, the WidgetManage Server, the Add WMS from URLwidget.The work with layers is facilitated by:pagination of layers, the automatic extractionof the abstract, the possibility of selectingmultiple layers, enhanced search and filteringthe results.
  10. 10. Widgets ExamplesContext Menu WidgetFor each layer functions are handled through theContext Menu ie: positioning the Max Extent, exportto Google Earth, a quick view of the layers in PDF,export to TIFF for a higher resolution image, export toshapefile vector data, the Copy & Paste layers withinlayers of the tree.Upload Data WidgetFunctionality of ingestion of files, so as to make ittotally transparent to the user the loading process ofthe physical data on the server and the serviceconfiguration. The selected file from your local disk,using web-GIS interface, it is sent to the server. Theproper flow of ingestion will automatically configurethe WMS-WFS services.Layer Properties WidgetFor each layer in the tree are handled a number ofproperties, like the visual style for the layer, theopacity of the layers in the map, the informationrelated to the server, user preferences such as thealias to be used as a label in the tree for the level,etc..
  11. 11. Widgets ExamplesManage Projects WidgetUsers can directly manage their online Map Projects:through tree-export functions, can save the state ofthe tree and open in successive different situations(trees with different structures).User Management WidgetThe widget allows you to differentiate yourapplication based on user profile. UsersAdministrators can create, edit, delete usersand differentiate the functionality available tousers according to various profiles (eg Viewer,User, Admin).
  12. 12. Widgets ExamplesServer Management WidgetThe widget works in association with the widget layer, and itmanages the connection to the wms server. In particular, it allowsyou to connect to the web-gis a standard server WMS 1.1.1/1.3,giving the possibility to assign a name to the server and displaythe summary list of layers that it delivers. For each of the layersshows the summary description retrieved from the server.Legend WidgetThe widget displays the legend for each layer depending on theviewing scale active in the map.Edit WidgetThe toolbar allows you to enable editing capabilities for creatingand editing geometry (point, line and polygon) and associatedalphanumeric information. Topological features are alsodisplayed adjacent to the inclusion.
  13. 13. Widgets ExamplesGeoCoding WidgetIt gives the opportunity to locate on a map the location of anyplace, inserted through free text in the "Search". The widget canmake use of geocoding services by external providers (eg,Google or Yahoo) or deployed from a database.
  14. 14. Widgets ExamplesRouting WidgetIt has the capability to calculate theshortest path in a graph interconnected,proposing directions for getting from A to B.The shortest path, in the case shown in thefigure, is based on open graph of OSM(Open Street Map) and takes account ofthese unique ways.
  15. 15. Widgets ExamplesBasemap selectionChange the basemap and switchbetween Spatial Reference Systems
  16. 16. Widgets ExamplesRefresh widgetRefresh Layer visualization using XMPP communication
  17. 17. Widgets ExamplesStyler widgetCreate and apply map themeson data values- Vector Symbolizer-Raster Symbolizer
  18. 18. SITDPC: Geo-Platform Based• The WebGIS of the Italian Civil Protectionfor Maps Creation and EmergencyManagement• OGC oriented• WMS• WFS-T• WCS• WPS• CSW• Multi-User, Multi-Role Application• Multi-Map-Project per User• Online WMS Styler• Geocoding Integration
  19. 19. ISIDe to OGC toINTEROPERABILITY So .. How to integrate ISDIDe Earthquake CSV data intothe Civil Protection SITDPC Application? A server cyclically get updates on earthquakes detectedby the ISIDe network Through a OGR process data is imported into a PostGISgeodatabase A GeoServer deliver OGC services on the collected Data The Geo-Platform Based Web Application integrates Datawith other interoperable layers
  20. 20. Geo-Platform Widget Form SeismicMonitoring CQL Filtering: Filter Earthquakes on Time, Magnitudo, etc
  21. 21.  Refresh Widget Based on XMPP Messages User-Driven Timing Last Event Early MappingGeo-Platform Widget Form SeismicMonitoring
  22. 22. Mobile Survey Mobile App used for EarlyIspections to assess damage and the need forintervention to organize teams to verify thepracticability of the buildings Contributes from: Civil People getting the App Technician of the Civil Protection Collected Data are Directly storedon the Infrastructure and deliveredas OGC services EARLY MAPPING of the DAMAGESCENARIO!!
  23. 23. Some Screenshots Select the kind of Event Select the element hit
  24. 24. Some Screenshots Take a photo of the damage This photo will be available as aqueryble information on the WMSMAP
  25. 25. Some Screenshots Register the position of theinspection uses the more precise localizationbetween Network Signal GPS position
  26. 26. Some Screenshots Input ther information like: Name of theperson/technician reporting Tel. Nuber to be recalled N° of people involved in thedamage N° of hurted people N° of dead people
  27. 27. Some Screenshots
  28. 28. Some Screenshots
  29. 29. Let’s have a Look….… on a live demo
  30. 30. Let’s have a Look….… on youtube channelgeoSDI Video on YouTube.Demos and Tutorials
  31. 31. Thank yougeoSDI TeamWebwww.geosdi.orgMailsviluppo@geosdi.orgAddressIMAA CNR, C.da S.Loja, Tito Scalo (PZ) Italy