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Integrated Sea
Information System :
Public
-
Private Partnership
Option






Eur

Ing

John P. Shaw
BE MBA CEng MIEI SMIEEE MISA

John.shaw@mainstreamrp.com

CIO

Mainstream Renewable Power

15 November 2011

MRI


14


15 November 2011

By 2050 there will be a transition to large
-
scale
Offshore Wind Farms in the North Sea.


The Supergrid will enable efficient distribution of
this new energy resource


An Integrated Sea information System is needed
to accelerate this transition: ISIS.


To create ISIS, new policies, new standards,
greater cooperation and innovative
Information and Communication
Technologies are needed.





Introduction


ISIS

1.
ISIS Workshop on 14 September 2011


key outputs


2.
ISIS


Next steps






Introduction


ISIS

1.
ISIS Workshop on 14 September 2011


key outputs


2.
ISIS


Next steps






Introduction


ISIS

5

Agenda

Purpose of Workshop


Create ISIS Consortium and agree a Memorandum of Understanding to build the technical ISIS

solution
.


Agenda


08:30


Start and introductions

09.00


Microsoft Vision and strategy : Smart Energy Reference Architecture SERA

09:30



ISIS : recap on the scope and objectives of ISIS Consortium


10:00


10:15



coffee break


10:15


Question 1 on Roles: Capture the thoughts from each attendee on Consortium Roles

11:30


Summarise

key points on Role


12:00


12: 30 lunch


12:30

Spotlight on Microsoft Approach to Visualization


13:00

Spotlight on
OSIsoft

Visualization Demonstration

13.30


European Commission Perspective on Marine Data Management


14:00


14:15 coffee break


14:15


Question 2 on Criteria: Capture the thoughts from each attendee on Consortium Criteria

15:30

Summarise

key points on Criteria

16.00


Confirm Actions & Next Steps

16.30


Close

ISIS

6

Attendees

Name

Position

Organisation

City

Website

email

Dr Angela Schaefer

Helmholtz Projejkt

Alfred Wegener Institute

Bremerhaven

http://www.awi.de/en/home/

Angela.Schaefer@awi.de

Pierce Martin

Director

Antaris

Dublin

http://antarisconsulting.com/

Pierce.martin@antarisconsulting.com

Till
Luhmann

Head of Energy Research

BTC

Bremen

http://www.btc
-
ag.com/en/index.htm

Till.Luhmann@btc
-
ag.com

Johannes Brinkmann

Energy Research

BTC

Bremen

http://www.btc
-
ag.com/en/index.htm

johannes.brinkmann@btc
-
ag.com

Alexander Loffler

Researcher
-

German Research Centre for
Artificial Intelligence

DFKI

Saarbrucken

http://graphics.cs.uni
-
sb.de/

alexander.loeffler@dfki.de

Iain Shepherd

European Commission

EC Fisheries & Maritime
Affairs

Brussels

https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/maritimeforum/node/1305

iain.shepherd@ec.europa.eu

Waddah Saab

European Commission

EC Fisheries & Maritime
Affairs

Brussels

https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/maritimeforum/node/1305

waddah.saab@ec.europa.eu

Stephane Otjacques

R&D Manager

ELIA

Brussels

http://www.elia.be/default.aspx


stephane.otjacques@elia.be

Bart Goethals

International Business Development

ELIA

Brussels

http://www.elia.be/default.aspx

Bart.Goethals@elia.be

Eamonn Doyle

CTO

ESRI

Dublin

http://www.esri.com/

edoyle@esri
-
ireland.ie

Chrystelle Ourzik

Energy & Utilities Business Development Manager

ESRI

Dublin

http://www.esri.com/

courzik@esri.com

Anne
-
Bénédicte Genachte

Regulatory Affairs

EWEA

Brussels

Anne
-
Benedicte.Genachte@ewea.org

http://www.ewea.org/

Charlie Sheridan

Research Manager

Intel

Leixlip

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/homepage.ht
ml

charles.g.sheridan@intel.com

Graham Quinn

CTO Cloud

IT Alliance

Dublin

http://www.italliance.com/

Graham.Quinn@italliancegroup.com

William Lacey

Managing Director

Lumus

Dublin

http://www.lumus.ie/

william.lacey@lumus.ie

Joe Corbett

Head of Technical Services

Mainstream Renewable
Power

Dublin

http://www.mainstreamrp.com/

joe.corbett@mainstreamrp.com

John Shaw

CIO

Mainstream Renewable
Power

Dublin

http://www.mainstreamrp.com/

john.shaw@mainstreamrp.com

Vernon Fox

Head of Offshore IS

Mainstream Renewable
Power

Dublin

http://www.mainstreamrp.com/

vernon.fox@mainstreamrp.com

Dr Barbara Fogarty

SeaChange Manager

Marine Institute

Galway

http://www.marine.ie/Home/

barbara.fogarty@marine.ie

Peter Thijsse

Project Manager

MARIS

The Hague

http://www.maris.nl/

peter@maris.nl

David Cotton

Director

MEDIN

Liverpool

http://www.oceannet.org/

dcott@bodc.ac.uk

Andreas Berthold Van Der Molen

EMEA Head of Power & Utilities

Microsoft

Berlin

http://www.microsoft.com/enterprise/industry/power
-
utilities/default.aspx

abvandm@microsoft.com

Prof Brian Donnellan

Co
-
Director Innovation Value Institute

NUI

Maynooth

http://ivi.nuim.ie/

brian.donnellan@nuim.ie

Dr Tim McCarthy

Research Manager at NUI

NUI

Maynooth

http://research.nuim.ie/

tim.mccarthy@nuim.ie

Michael van der Veeken

Engineer

OSIsoft

San Francisco

http://www.osisoft.com/

MvanderVeeken@osisoft.com

Renato Grampa

HV & Submarine Projects Director

Prysmian Powerlink

Milan

http://www.prysmian.com/

Renato.Grampa@prysmian.com

Dr Aoife Foley

Lecturer Sustainable Energy

QUB

Belfast

http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/Research/

aoife.foley@ucc.ie

Prof Roy Douglas

Director of Energy Group

QUB

Belfast

http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/Research/

aoife.foley@ucc.ie

Gavin Duffy

Managing Director

Realsim

Galway

http://www.realsim.ie/

gavin@realsim.ie

ISIS

Why ISIS ?

Develop

Construct

Operate

Information needed :


Surveying

Modelling

Turbine Control Systems

Wireless Communication

Power Distribution Management

Project & Document Management

Risk Management



Business needs to...


Identify & Mitigate Risks

Accelerate Surveying

Accelerate Construction

Connect & Distribute Power



The emerging


6.4 Trillion
investment in Offshore Wind needs to be
delivered efficiently and effectively over the next 30 years.



ISIS will reduce the Risk of Cost Overrun.

ISIS



Mainstream’s fundamental belief is that marine data is a Public Good.


It should be collected once and used many times.



Key needs ;



Accessibility
and Management:


Clear policy of ownership
, licensing
&
access for all publicly funded data collection


Single point of access
to marine data and information


Discourage cost
-
recovery pricing

from public bodies



Data Standards and Quality control:


Common standards
across jurisdictions and disciplines


Ensure the above is addressed
in publicly funded data collection contracts



International Coordination:


Harmonised approach
across the EU in relation to all of the above:


Links

provided and maintained to EU/global databases and initiatives



Benefits of improved data management ;


Measurable reductions in costs
to find, access and retrieve data


Wider and more reliable
data and information upon which to base assessments


Mechanisms to share results
and data with stakeholders


What Offshore Developers Need from ICT

Developers want to reduce Project Risk




4 EU Directives in particular impact
industry:



Marine Strategy Framework Directive


‘establish and implement coordinated
monitoring programmes for ongoing
assessment of the environmental status of
[member state] marine waters




INSPIRE Directive


‘adopt measures for the
sharing of data sets and services between
public authorities for the purpose of public
tasks and the Environmental Information
Directive’



Birds and Habitats Directive


‘establish a
network known as
Natura

2000 (SPA, SACs)



Data Collection Framework for Fisheries


‘collect, manage and provide high quality
fisheries data for the purpose of scientific
advice, mainly for appropriate fisheries
management decisions’


Shading = initiatives to manage data to satisfy EC Legislation

EU Marine Data Management

There are many initiatives underway

Marine

Knowledge

2020

:


Marine

Data

and

Observation

for

Smart

and

Sustainable

Growth

Launched

13

September

2010

Led

by

Iain

Shephard


Key

Objectives

This

Initiative

from

the

Commission

will

ensure

the

following

are

achieved

;


Data

from

the

EU
-
supported

research

programmes

are

more

available

for

re
-
use


Common

standards

and

policies


Contribute

towards

an

interoperable

global

marine

knowledge

system




Cost



1
,
400
.
0

Million

spent

per

year

by

all

stakeholders

on

Marine

data

collection

in

Europe




110
.
0

Million

spent

per

year

by

EU

on

marine

data

collection




18
.
5

Million

additional

allocation

per

year

for

EU’s

Marine

Knowledge

2020

initiative

Marine Knowledge 2020

Offshore Developers will contribute to Marine Knowledge 2020

Depth

Bathymetry

Seabed

Sidescan Sonar


Sub
-
Strata

Boomer

Wrecks

Magnetometer

Foundations

Geotechnics

Waves &

Currents

Oceanography

Flora &

Fauna

Ecology

Regulatory

Reports

Consultancy

What is ISIS ?

ISIS

Offshore

Data Types

Risk

Prediction
&
Mitigation

Wind

MetMast,

Lidar

Collect Data

Store Data

Visualise Data

Identify Patterns

Run Scenarios

Mapping

ESA Satellites


ISIS delivers a Standard approach to collect and analyse data in an innovative way :
Transparent, Auditable, Compliant with Regulation, Enforceable.


ISIS reduces Project Risk by converting Data into Wisdom



ISIS



ISIS Layer


5
. Risk Scenario


4
. Visualisation


3
. Database


2
. Communications


1
. Instruments

What are the components of ISIS ?


ISIS delivers value for all of the Stakeholders



ISIS has 5 layers



ISIS requires a Consortium to deliver Standards, Adaption of existing Technology,
Innovative Creation of New Technology



ISIS is a Programme of Projects

ISIS




Innovation is inhibited by data licence issues:


Data licence issue
throughout European waters


Over
400
legal entities
have licensed ownership of
data in Britain


Need EU Data Ownership Policy



Innovation is inhibited by regional data strategy variation:


National data archives
are at different levels of maturity


Low Interoperability
of data and metadata across EU


Need EU standard
for data archives



Role for EU Commission:


Build on existing progress
made by data communities


Provide sustainable funding
for Innovation


Provide framework
for licensing and re
-
use of
data



Role for ICT Standards:


Build on existing ISA standards
in other Sectors (
eg

Manufacturing )


Align relevant IEEE / IEC / ISA standards
for computer & electrical devices


Provide framework
for developing integrated standards across supply chain





ISIS
:


Barriers to address

Intel are already helping to set standards for Supergrid & Offshore Wind

When is ISIS needed ?


ISIS is needed before large
-
scale Wind Farms are deployed in the North Sea



The delivery of the components of ISIS is dictated by Policy, Consortium, Funding



ISIS will deliver payback as

ISIS

Who will create ISIS ?


ISIS will be delivered by those organisations with a stake in the successful future of
the North Sea



ISIS will be delivered via a Consortium of Public, Private and Academic
Organisations



ISIS will be delivered by Experts in Standards, Innovation, Technology and Project
Execution

ISIS

How will ISIS be created?


An ISIS Consortium will be formed representing Public, Academic and
Commercial organisations



The Consortium will be initiated via a Memorandum of Understanding



A Schedule of Deliverables will be agreed over the next 7 years



ISIS

ISIS will help to


Internalise the Regenerative Capacity of the
Biosphere


Aligned with the productive application of the
Earth’s Resources


In a Business Model built on Sustainable
Standards in line with


Transparency,
Auditability
, Regulatory
commitments, Enforceability






So...


ISIS

1.
ISIS Workshop on 14 September 2011


key outputs


2.
ISIS


Next steps






Introduction


ISIS

ISIS
-

Business Case


ISIS

ISIS Business Case :


Move to change current economic thinking of offshore environmental resources permitting/ consenting


as an
expense item to new economic thinking where it is treated as a capital item and viewed as an investment


to
maintain or regenerate the environment over a life cycle of sustainable use



The vital role ICT and integrated data management will play

in shifting economic thinking to view
maintaining/regenerating environmental resources as a capital investment for sustainable productive use and for
a sustainable societal quality of life, today and for future generations.



Harnessing offshore wind potential for Europe’s sustainable future

is both a huge economic opportunity and a
huge economic and environmental challenge



Creating an integrated view of marine data

gathering, structure and standards, management and accessibility
[archived and real time] will allow sustainable productive use projects to be assessed with more economic and
social
rigour
, monitored in real time, and promote early prediction of and, intervention on, trends impacting
negatively on environmental resources ‘capital’.


Offshore wind developers adopting these new standards will
benefit from more streamlined, cost effective and predictable environmental permits/consents and ongoing
demonstration of regulatory compliance.





Additionally integrated data management infrastructures will capture economic benefits

for the operation of
renewable offshore wind energy by better climate forecasting, fast tracking research into more efficient operating
and maintenance regimes and by incentivizing plant designs that are neutral, regenerative or enhancing to the
environment’s resource capital.





Identifying opportunities for the creation of new SMEs and enhancing business development

and
commercialization opportunities for existing SMEs and MNCs around the new common data architectures,
protocols,


security standards, communications systems, technologies, data warehousing,


products and services

ISIS
-

Consortium Objectives


ISIS

ISIS Consortium Objectives :



To harness stakeholder expertise

and competences at national and European level to develop and promote
new marine data management standards, policies , best practices and best
-
in
-
class technologies , protocols, etc



To identify the user needs

and expectations along with use cases for the new integrated marine data
management solutions and to initiate projects to build out the new infrastructure, business models and disciplines
to achieve early wins for the consortium’s effort and investments.



To develop a roadmap
, in wide consultation with stakeholders, to both build from scratch, where appropriate, to
meet the needs of the new industries while at same time building on ‘value add’ brought from existing systems,
programmes
, networks and collaborations.



To draft specifications

for RDI actions for innovative applications of the integrated marine data management
infrastructure which motivate best practice commercialization strategies



To promote action

for further involvement of stakeholders, including SME’s and multi
-
nationals, at local and
regional level to facilitate the cross
-
fertilisation

of ideas and create best practice business development and
commercialization approaches.

Consortium Model

ISIS High Level Vision

Long term programme

Early Quick Wins

Steering Committee

Strong

disciplines

Governance


Delivery

Communication

Topics of Interest

User
Reqts
. (broad)

What output user wants?

Policy/

Regulation

Stakeholders

-
developers

-
Surveyors etc

Technical/

Academia

Innovative programming of critical inter
-
dependencies/topic drivers

ISIS

First Steps Steering Committee

Nominees from:


1.
Mainstream [John Shaw]

2.
BTC [Till Luhmann to forward nominee from WAB]

3.
Elia Group

4.
IVI [Prof Brian Donellan]

5.
QUB [Dr Aoife Foley]

6.
MARIS [PeterThijsse]


valuable inputs to definitions/position paper

7.
ESRI [Technical]

8.
EWEA [need to consult/come back]

9.
Lumus [William Lacey]
-

user cases



ISIS

Next Steps

Target

Actions

At

workshop session

-

Appoint first steps Steering Committee

End
-
October

2011

-

Hold user

case (reqts.)
workshop

-

Prepare/issue position paper (wider


objectives/programme) covering 4
topics


& steering committee operation

End
-
November 2011

-

Prepare/issue

MOU (Consortium)

-

Link with broader policy context

-

Include view of PPP & value/cost
analysis

-

Include view of JR Committee

Mid
-
End January 2012

-

Consortium participants approval/start


implementation

-

Prepare research project submission for


funding

ISIS

By 2050 there will be a transition to large
-
scale
Offshore Wind Farms in the North Sea.


The Supergrid will enable efficient distribution of
this new energy resource


An Integrated Sea information System is needed
to accelerate this transition: ISIS.


To create ISIS, new policies, new standards,
greater cooperation and innovative
Information and Communication
Technologies are needed.





Introduction


ISIS