The purpose of the Technology Exploration Interest Group is to serve as a forum for exchange of technical information and lessons-learned experience about current and trending software technologies, services and other WWW / Internet related software technologies.
Upcoming webinar! Burgeoning Role of Python for Earth Observation Data Analysis, August 22, 2017, 20:00 UTC. Click here for you local time.
Recent Webinar! Data Cubes for Large Scale Data Analytics Monday, June 19, 2017.
The primary goals of the Technology Exploration Interest Group are to:
- Give CEOS/WGISS members opportunities to collaborate and discuss present and future technology solutions;
- Research technologies that can help the Earth observation community be flexible and adaptable in their IT infrastructure;
- Help facilitate CEOS/WGISS understanding of all generations of technology and support the implementation of both legacy and leading-edge technologies into Earth observation data systems;
- Promote technologies in CEOS/WGISS that prove beneficial to the Earth observation community.
Please read the CEOS Data Application Report on Big Data and Cloud Computing.
Current Topics include:
- Big Data, HPC and Cloud Computing
- What CEOS needs? CEOS Challenges
- Distributed data centers
- Data processing (incl, Data cube)
- Data distribution
- Data Analysis
- API and use of standards
- Network (bandwidth, application)
- Advantages and disadvantages
- Searching for free satellite data from CEOS agencies
- In suitable forms
- GCMD/IDN Keywords – what are they, how to add to these lists
- Search Relevancy for Collection searches
- Data Quality Semantics
- Augmentation of meta data
- Visualization of Data
- Web-based visualization
- Volume rendering
- Augmented Reality
- Using authentication/SSO
- Metrics of usage, metrics of datasets
- Crowd Sourcing
Communication and Coordination
Please feel free to contact this Interest Group for more information:
Andrew Mitchell – National Aeronautics & Space Agency (NASA)
(Note: The former Grid & Web Services Interest Groups merged to form this Technology Exploration Interest Group.)