Geobliki on The Chesapeake Bay

Posted by Patrice Cappelaere Mon, 31 Aug 2009 12:53:00 GMT

Geobliki is getting ready to take on the Chesapeake bay!

Looking forward to seeing you there :)

 

NASA WCPS For Ground-Space Interoperability

Posted by Patrice Cappelaere Tue, 11 Aug 2009 20:22:00 GMT

 Following the announcement of a Web Coverage Processing Standard by the Open Geospatial Consortium on Mar 25, 2009, NASA is currently looking at implementing the capability on the ground and onboard a satellite.  This would allow end-users to dynamically upload classifiers to the satellite for real-time onboard processing.  This capability exists on EO-1 but the development of classifiers is manual, expensive and time-consuming.

Here is a link to a screencapture describing our current efforts.

Additional information on the WCPS can be found here.  

Many thanks to Peter Baumann, Jacobs University Bremen for his support and hard work developing this specification.

An open source version of the WCPS is available here.

US Space Program Should Align With Broader National Goals

Posted by Patrice Cappelaere Fri, 10 Jul 2009 12:45:00 GMT

To continue the discussion, you may want to read the article written by staff writers at spacemart.com.

Based on the National Research Council report describing the rationale and goals of the US Civil Space Program.  The full report can be found here.

Thanks.

 

NASA Applied Science Poll

Posted by Patrice Cappelaere Tue, 07 Jul 2009 12:29:00 GMT

Poll originated from a question:  Could NASA conceive a mission that is not rooted in Basic Research Science?  But let’s say Environmental Intelligence, Disaster, Agricultural, Coastal, Energy, Water Management, Ecological forecasting, invasive Species, Public Health…

Thanks for your input.

 

 


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OWS-6 Movies are finally available!

Posted by Patrice Cappelaere Mon, 08 Jun 2009 13:31:00 GMT

With the OGC TC in Boston this week, the pressure was up to make those movies available.

The first one is related to RESTFul workflows:

The second one provides more information on the underlying security archtecture:

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