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:
St Louis, Mar 28, 2008
Just completed a full week of OGC meetings in St Louis. This is the conclusion of OWS-5 (OGC Web Services Interoperability Demo #5) with more than 30 participants.
The NASA SensorWeb is deeply involved in Earth Observation, Natural Resources & Environment. We presented our current ROA-based architecture used to support many pilots and operational demonstrations.
Flip through the presentation on Slideshare and
or this one here as a more technical oriented version (10mn .mov)
If you wondered what OGC OWS-4 was about… check the video out.
- Start Interactive Demonstration
- Go to Demonstrations and select “Earth Observation”
You can look at workflow!.
By the way, we are working on a leaner, standards-based approach to workflows based on OpenWFE and a yet-to-be-announced open-source web-based designer.
Based on tasking done using the SPS, the data was successfully downloaded and quickly processed.
If you subscribed to the EO1 OGC Pubsub Service for “Port Newark”, you have received 2 emails to alert you that the hyperspectral and multi-spectral low-resolution images have just been processed and are available for a quick look.
HIgh resolution imagery will be available in a few days…
Note that using latitude and longitude information, GeoBliki automatically adds addtional meta-data from geonames.net.
Here is the a snap of the JPL site showing the priority replacement record has been successfully loaded onto EO-1.
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