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A Spatial Data Infrastructure Integrating Multisource Heterogeneous Geospatial Data and Time Series: A Study Case in Agriculture

Gloria Bordogna, Tomáš Kliment, Luca Frigerio, Pietro Brivio, Alberto Crema, Daniela Stroppiana, Mirco Boschetti, Simone Sterlacchini
2016 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
This paper describes an original OGC standard interoperable SDI architecture and a geospatial data and metadata workflow for creating and managing multisource heterogeneous geospatial datasets and time  ...  and agronomists using an original Smart App; the workflow automation for publishing sets and time series of heterogeneous multisource geospatial data and relative web services; and, finally, the project  ...  for individual data themes in alignment with INSPIRE and RNDT metadata profiles.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi5050073 fatcat:fxecdixot5ddhgfjtbxutpixji

A Geospatial Data Infrastructure Deploying an Information and Knowledge Platform for the Agriculture Sector

Tomáš Kliment, Gloria Bordogna, Luca Frigerio
2016 Kartografija i Geoinformacije  
The paper describes a prototype IKP, which provides a feasible solution that can be used for technology transfer in the real implementation of the IKP in regional and national agriculture sectors.  ...  The IKP aims to support the agriculture sector in the Lombardy region of Italy.  ...  Gloria Bordogna was the principal investigator for the IKP design and development. Tomas Kliment developed the overall workflow for geospatial data and metadata deploy.  ... 
doaj:99494067391c438f90f11e48959c4472 fatcat:z7dkogvkhrck3maozbuoo2far4

Emergent Challenges for Science sUAS Data Management: Fairness through Community Engagement and Best Practices Development

Jane Wyngaard, Lindsay Barbieri, Andrea Thomer, Josip Adams, Don Sullivan, Christopher Crosby, Cynthia Parr, Jens Klump, Sudhir Raj Shrestha, Tom Bell
2019 Remote Sensing  
that require novel data support infrastructure; and (2), given this characterization of sUAS data and its potential value in the identified wide variety of use case, we outline eight challenges that need  ...  However, while there has been significant investment in improving the aircraft, sensors, operations, and legislation infrastructure for such, little attention has been paid to supporting the management  ...  facto standards for image metadata [52] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11151797 fatcat:y2rhzzmmsbc3xoupiwgyd446ky

E-Rosa_D3.1 - Community Building And Fine-Mapping Workshop

Madeleine Huber
2017 Zenodo  
and e-infrastructures, networks, initiatives and policies; Justify the need for a common e-infrastructure in agri-food by identifying gaps and key collaboration actions to implement; Link the envisioned  ...  The goal of this workshop was to bring together scientific communities and existing data-related infrastructures and initiatives that can support researchers throughout the data life cycle in the context  ...  Pilots are set up in order to deploy EUDAT with specific communities: e.g. the Herbadrop Data Pilot for long-term preservation of specimen in images, including information extraction via Optical Character  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1305031 fatcat:5nd3o6qvjbdjxknf7uuuarah5e

Guidelines on EO ICT support improvement to stakeholders v1

Gerhard Triebnig
2019 Zenodo  
This document integrates the lessons learned and provide implementation scenario guidelines for services in the agriculture domain on how to utilize the DIAS service infrastructure to achieve advancement  ...  in the service availability and support of stakeholders.  ...  Existing repositories of geospatial metadata can also be exposed, providing a standardsbased metadata and catalogue component of spatial data infrastructures.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4248940 fatcat:bxbei6rq6vbwbj6fa6og4kweci

Guidelines on EO ICT support improvement to stakeholders v2

Gerhard Triebnig
2020 Zenodo  
This document integrates the lessons learned and provide implementation scenario guidelines for services in the agriculture domain on how to utilize the DIAS service infrastructure to achieve advancement  ...  in the service availability and support of stakeholders.  ...  Existing repositories of geospatial metadata can also be exposed, providing a standardsbased metadata and catalogue component of spatial data infrastructures.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4249914 fatcat:4ju6nl6apvdpla6bx7iy46et5q

A Partnership Framework for Geospatial Data Preservation in North Carolina

Steve Morris, James Tuttle, Jefferson Essic
2009 Library Trends  
A core project objective is the engagement of established spatial data infrastructure in the challenge of long-term preservation of digital geospatial data.  ...  Key issues related to engaging spatial data infrastructure include initiation of data inventories, development of content exchange networks, cultivation of metadata standards and practices, and leveraging  ...  Wider adoption of standards and practices by data producers leads to a greater consistency of data and metadata received by the archive, making it possible to automate ingest workflows and lower archive  ... 
doi:10.1353/lib.0.0050 fatcat:fwnvodpnbvgfhkl2mo6lpsojma

State Of The Art Analysis Report

Miguel Ángel Esbrí
2014 Zenodo  
the FOODIE platform hub for agricultural services.  ...  projects, as well as initia-tives and policies and data sources repositories (specially at local, national and European level) which are relevant for defining and implementing the different aspects of  ...  GeoNode is a web-based application and platform for developing geospatial information systems (GIS) and for deploying spatial data infrastructures (SDI).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.200497 fatcat:otpyumabc5fbpgqmixtgmt7hli

D3.1 Demonstrator general technical requirements

Gilbert Maudire, Cecile Nys
2020 Zenodo  
to the other e-infrastructures in Blue-Cloud, namely EUDAT and DIAS (WekEO).  ...  The objective is to develop and deploy a Virtual Lab for each demonstrator, which will become part of the Blue-Cloud Virtual Research Environment (VRE) and as such will be made accessible for users.  ...  Distinct data archives and infrastructures exist for imaging, molecular and environmental data with variable levels of maturity 2.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6335018 fatcat:olhvgrquyncydczqz3tpefp3eu

Recent Developments in High Performance Computing for Remote Sensing: A Review

Craig A. Lee, Samuel D. Gasster, Antonio Plaza, Chein-I Chang, Bormin Huang
2011 IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing  
For this purpose, high performance computing (HPC) infrastructure such as clusters, distributed networks or specialized hardware devices provide important architectural developments to accelerate the computations  ...  Remote sensing data have become very widespread in recent years, and the exploitation of this technology has gone from developments mainly conducted by government intelligence agencies to those carried  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing (JSTARS) for his very kind invitation to contribute  ... 
doi:10.1109/jstars.2011.2162643 fatcat:pagvnatpznet3kr5czbhuyef44

Mid-Term Workshop - User Requirements and Gap Analysis in Different Sectors Report

Vaclav Safar, Karel Charvat, Tomas Orlikas, Martynas RIMGAILA, Bente Lilja Bye, David KOLITZUS, Hana Kubíčková
2020 Zenodo  
future agriculture.  ...  At the end of February 2020, the final version of document D2.2 Initial Workshop -User Requirements and Gap Analysis in Different Sectors Report was submitted and later on improved based on the comments  ...  temperature. • Building SIEUSOIL metadata profile for soil data -To design SIEUSoil Metadata profile and implement this metadata profile in OpenMicka Platform as a proof-of-concept for linking geospatial  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4247303 fatcat:gktsseyboncizk7qkyqjcstbvy

Overall Architectural Model from Copernicus Components to specific Agri-Apps

Antonella Catucci
2020 Zenodo  
chain from data sourcing to end-user systems.The work performed in the Task 4.1 and summarised in the current deliverable, consideredthe systems developed to support all different markets of the agriculture  ...  end to end system in the EO4AGRI"System Watch and Cataloguing".Starting from the traditional upstream and downstream components, 4 main building blocks have been defined:•Data Source•Data Access•Application  ...  In fact, while "traditional" satellites capable of imaging agriculture related features have been in orbit for decades, the sector is undergoing a revolution.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4248961 fatcat:fyukgfonzbepzestekxtc5cmfe

The Tropical Data Hub: A Virtual Research Environment for Tropical Science Knowledge and Discovery

Trina Myers, Jarrod Trevathan, Ian Atkinson
2013 The International Journal of Sustainability Education  
This paper presents the Tropical Data Hub as an e-research infrastructure to congregate significant tropical data sets for cross-domain analyses and knowledge discovery.  ...  Currently, data is collected in disjoint repositories that are not visible or accessible for reuse.  ...  To deploy e-Research experiments and to support endeavors, such as the TDH VRE, a sound, reliable, extensible hardware infrastructure is in place.  ... 
doi:10.18848/2325-1212/cgp/v08i01/55304 fatcat:dhsyyucx4jgv5ct3ntr545ey5m

Archiving and Distributing Three Long-Term Interconnected Geospatial Data Sets

M.S. Moran, B.S. Hutchinson, S.E. Marsh, M.P. McClaran, A.D. Olsson
2009 IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing  
The developments in archiving and distributing geospatial data are presented through the description and discussion of three interconnected case studies of data preservation at government and academic  ...  Results should guide other local efforts to archive and preserve long-term geospatial data and distribute them online.  ...  In addition, spatially explicit ancillary data for soils, elevation, and infrastructure are made available to assist in the analysis of the primary data.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tgrs.2008.2002815 fatcat:kyux2k2w6ba3xhmlb265qmk3ka

Digital Earth in Australia [chapter]

Zaffar Sadiq Mohamed-Ghouse, Cheryl Desha, Luis Perez-Mora
2019 Manual of Digital Earth  
This includes challenges in: 1) Creating an active context for data use, 2) Capacity building beyond 'show-and-tell', and 3) Defining the job market and demand for the market.  ...  This chapter highlights these geospatial initiatives, including case-uses, lessons learned, and next steps for Australia.  ...  This includes providing seed funding for the installation of the two prototype Digital Earth Node rooms and for the appointment of startup project officer roles.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-32-9915-3_21 fatcat:ep7kptfidfck5ahm3u72kpkr2m
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