EC-GIS Workshop GIS OF TOMORROW

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Peckham, R. J.

&


Guimarães Pereira, Â.

EC
-
GIS
Workshop

GIS OF
TOMORROW

STRESA, ITALY

28th
-

30th JUNE 1999

What...


The Choice of the Projects


Concluding Remarks

Overview of the Projects


What may be missing ?

finished
after
December
1996

Overview about WHAT...

Handbook of GIS Project Summaries.
1997. DG III & JRC initiative.

Sources of

Information



Areas Covered by the Projects



Aims and Technologies Used



Adoption and implementation of Standards



Innovation Content



Uptake & Impact on Competitiveness of
European Industry



Handbook of GIS Project Summaries



The Projects Web Sites



Direct contact with Project responsible

Scope of the

Overview

17

ESPRIT GIS

projects

ESPRIT GIS Projects

AGENT

Automated
Generalisation New
Technology

BEST
-
GIS

DISGIS

Best Practice in
Software Engineering
and methodologies for
Developing GIS
Applications

Co
-
operative
Multidimensional
Multimedia
Topological Elements
Reintegration

Distributed
Geographical
Information Systems
-

Models Methods Tools
and Frameworks

MAP DESIGN SOFTWARE

MAINTENANCE OF SPATIAL
DATABASES

DISTRIBUTED GIS

USER INTERFACE DESIGN

COMMUTER

ESPRIT GIS Projects

GIPSIE

GIS Interoperability
Project Stimulating
the Industry in
Europe

GEOMIST

INTFO

Geological and
Mining Information
System on the Iberian
Pyrite Belt

Multimedia based
Access to Online
Cartographic
Information

Corporation
Integrated Intelligent
Multimedia Assistant
for Field Operators
OPEN GIS C. DIFFUSION

GEOLOGICAL INFO.
SYSTEM TO MINING COMP.s

MULTIMEDIA ACCESS TO
ONLINE CARTOGRAPHY

MULTIMEDIA APPLICATION
FOR FIELD OPERATIONS

GEONET4D

GEIXS

Geological Electronic
Information Exchange
System

GEO
-
SCIENTIFIC
METADATA
-
B.

ESPRIT GIS Projects

ISIS

MMIPPS

Interactive Satellite
Image Server on
Generation Image
Coding

Multispectral and
Multitemporal Image
Processing on
Parallel Systems

OBOE

Open Business
Object Environment

Marketing Server
Upon INTERNET/
INTRANET

MARKSERV

ACCESS TO EARTH
OBSERVATION INFO.

SERVICES TO ASSIST GEO
-
MARKETING

IMAGE PROCESSING
THROUGH NET PARALLEL
PROCESSING

DEMONSTRATION OF THE
BUSINESS OBJECT
FACILITY

ESPRIT GIS Projects

OMEGA

Object Oriented
Methods and
Development
Environment for Geo
-
science Applications

PARSAR

REVIGIS

TOOBIS

Parallelisation of the
Chirp Scaling
Algorithm SAR
Processor

Uncertainty
Knowledge
Maintenance and
Revision in
Geographic
Information Systems

Temporal Object
Oriented Databases
within Information
Systems

EXTENSION OF SW TO
ENCOURAGE DISTRIBUTED
GEOSCIENCE
APPLICATIONS

IMAGE PROCESSING
ENHANCEMENT FROM SAR

TO IMPROVE HANDLING OF
TIME & UNCERTAINTY

TEMPORAL OBJECT
-
ORIENTED DATABASE
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Areas Covered



AGENT



COMMUTER, GEONET4D, INTFO



DISGIS, COMMUTER, INTFO



GEIXS, GEOMIST, GEONET4D, OMEGA



GIPSIE, COMMUTER, DISGIS, GEOMIST



ISIS, MARKSERV, GEOMIST



MMIPPS, PARSAR



REVIGIS




TOOBIS, GEONET4D



BEST
-
GIS




BEST
-
GIS, GIPSIE



COMMUTER, REVIGIS



DISGIS, GEIXS, GEOMIST, GEONET4D, OMEGA



GEIXS, GEOMIST, OMEGA



MMIPPS, MARKSERV



BEST
-
GIS, GEONET4D


GENERALISATION

MULTIMEDIA

DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS

GEO
-
SCIENCES INFO.

INTEROPERABILITY

DATA SERVERS

IMAGE PROCESSING

UNCERTAINTY



TIME

BEST PRACTICE

NETWORKING (PEOPLE)

UPDATE MANAGEMENT

DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS

3D

HIGH
-
PERF. COMP.
NETWORKS

USER INTERFACE DESIGN

Technologies Deployed



Distributed Architectures



Object
-
oriented paradigm & languages



Object
-
oriented DB



Mathematical Modelling



Parallel Processing



Multi
-
media



3D Modelling and Visualisation



Artificial Intelligence

The dominant hardware platforms and OS are: PC’s operating
WINDOWS 9X, NT and UNIX Workstations

13

COMMUTER


DISGIS


GEIXS


GEOMIST


GEONET4D


INTFO


ISIS


MARKSERV


MMIPPS


OBOE


OMEGA


PARSAR


AGENT


COMMUTER

DISGIS


GEIXS


GEONET4D

MARKSERV

OMEGA

REVIGIS

TOOBIS

AGENT


GEONET4D


TOOBIS

9

PARSAR

REVIGIS

MMIPPS

PARSAR

GEONET4D

INTFO

GEIXS

GEOMIST

GEONET4D

OMEGA

AGENT

INTFO

Adoption and
Implementation of Standards

GI standards

Programming standards


Network standards


Other IT standards


CEN TC287, ISO
-
DIS 10746, ISO 15046,
EN 287009, ODP, etc...

TCP/IP, HTTP, CORBA, etc...

C++, JAVA, SQL, etc...

ESRI Shape Files, Autocad DXF, etc...

Adoption and
Implementation of Standards


BEST
-
GIS



COMMUTER



DISGIS



GEIXS



GIPSIE



GEOMIST



OMEGA



GEIXS




GEOMIST




GEONET4D




ISIS




MARKSERV




OBOE




OMEGA



AGENT



GEIXS



GEOMIST



GEONET4D



INTFO



ISIS



MARKSERV



OBOE



PARSAR



REVIGIS



TOOBIS



BEST
-
GIS



GEIXS



GEONET4D



MARKSERV



MMIPPS



OBOE



REVIGIS



TOOBIS


Network standards

GI standards

Programming
standards

Other IT standards


MAJORITY OF PROJECTS
USED, DEVELOPED OR
PROMOTED
STANDARDS… THE WAY
AHEAD TO
INTEROPERABILITY
!

DISGIS, GEIXS...

GIPSIE...

Innovation Content

INTEROPERABILITY



dialogue amongst users



technology & data

DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS


NEW MODELLING FOR OLD PROBLEMS

REPRESENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE

GEONET4D...

AGENT...

REVIGIS...

LOW COST SOLUTIONS

MMIPPS...

Uptake & Impact on
Competitiveness of European
Industry



Commercial success




Diffusion into other regions




Adoption in other fields




Recognition by the GI community




Good Impact on Competitiveness of European Industry

DISGIS, GEIXS, etc...

BEST
-
GIS

GEONET4D

COMMUTER, GEIXS, GEOMIST

AGENT, DISGIS, GEONET4D

What Could be Missing...




Validation Process



Fine
-
Tuning & Customisation

INVOLVE POTENTIAL USER COMMUNITIES

Quality Assurance of Project Developments

Enhance Quality, Uptake…

What Could be Missing...

Based on the documents: Strategic View of GIS Research and Technology
Development for Europe, 1st and 2nd editions, GI2000


Data Modelling


Mechanisms to Assure Data Quality and Integrity


Quality Assurance by Integration of Potential
Users


Spatial Analysis for Decision Support


Developments in other thematic areas (facility
management, risk & emergency management,
etc...)


Interoperability through a Virtual Lab

Conclusions

Wide range of problem
areas

Wide range of new ICT

Some projects feature highly innovative aspects

Most of the projects demonstrate uptake/potential

New projects could consider other areas
suggested earlier

Many projects involve standards (using,
developing, promoting) hence engaged in
interoperability