Working Group on Information Systems and Services
WGISS (the Working Group on Information Systems and Services) is a subsidiary body supporting CEOS. WGISS promotes collaboration in the development of systems and services that manage and supply these observatory data.
WGISS creates and demonstrates prototypes supporting CEOS and Group on Earth Observation (GEO) requirements. WGISS also addresses the internal management of EO data, the creation of information systems and the delivery of interoperable services. The activities and expertise of WGISS span the full range of the information life cycle from the requirements and metadata definition for the initial ingestion of satellite data into archives through to the incorporation of derived information into end-user applications.
DLR will host the 46th WGISS meeting during the week of October 22, 2018 in Oberpfaffenhofen (near Munich), Germany.
Date: Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Ms. Dana Shum, Raytheon NASA EED2 Software Engineering Manager, presented.
Click here to access the presentation files and recorded webinar.
INPE (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais) hosted the 45th WGISS meeting on April 9-12, 2018, in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil. The meeting was of significant interest to CEOS members and focused on the four main domains addressed in WGISS (Data Preservation, Use, Access, and Technology Exploration). A dedicated one-day workshop was organized on on Future Data Architectures (FDA) and Introduction of Copernicus Data and Information Access System (DIAS), with presentations from different agencies and organizations. Another dedicated one-day session was held jointly with WGCV, to explore opportunities for the two working groups to cooperate, based on the CEOS Work Plan 2018-2020. The meeting provided an excellent opportunity for CEOS members to present their achievements and to share results and lessons learned with other agencies. Meeting Website and Documents.
Working Group on Information Systems and Services Demonstration:
This video demonstrates the search and access of Earth science satellite data across multiple CEOS agencies that make use of a common set of interoperability standards to study an environment issue – the Borneo deforestation.