Testbed-18 Demonstration Days (Virtual)

Start: 
Tuesday, 17 January 2023 09:00 EST
End: 
Wednesday, 18 January 2023 12:00 EST
Event Description: 

 

OGC welcomes all to attend a two-day virtual event and series of demonstrations highlighting the importance of collective development of location interoperability solutions: Testbed 18 Demonstration Days. Join us in celebrating the successes of over nine months of pushing the boundaries of geospatial across communities, and accelerating research, supporting industry innovation, and sharing how common requirements from multiple governments and regions are best addressed by experts across the globe: all for developing location interoperability. 

Join us and learn how OGC is helping identify core technologies in the forefront of geospatial in core topics such as reproducible science, spatial data interoperability, advanced filtering of aviation data, New Space and 3D+ Data Standards, Sensor integration, Machine learning, and more. 

The two day event will focus on demonstrations and related deliverables from core areas in Testbed 18, including their future needs and potential challenges. In this event, OGC will present the outcomes of 2022’s biggest research and development initiative. Testbed-18 was organized into seven main topics (Tasks) as illustrated in the figure below. If you would like to learn more, please check Testbed 18 website and Call for Participation. Help us make location information FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Re-usable. 

The work will be detailed and released on a OGC Public Engineering Reports webpage.

Register for this open to the public event, learn more about Testbed-18, and join the future of geospatial.

Tuesday, 17 January

Start Time Presenter Organization Title/Presenter
9:00-9:15 AM EDT Nadine Alameh OGC Welcome
9:15-9:30 Testbed-18 Sponsors DSTL, ESA, NRCan, FAA, NGA, NASA Highlights and Welcome
9:30-10:15 AM EDT Identifiers for Reproducible Science    
9:30- 9:35 Josh Lieberman OGC Introduction and Background for Reproducible Science
9:35- 9:40 Gerald Fenoy GeoLabs Integration of ZOO-Kernel,  API Processes, and Wholetale.org
9:40- 9:45 Fabrice Brito Terradue Water Bodies Detection Application Package
9:45 - 9:50 Martin Pontius 52 North Explainable ML Detection of Wilderness Areas
9:50- 9:55 Jerôme Jacovella-St-Louis Ecere Reproducible Workflow for Coastal Erosion Modeling
9:55- 10:00 Chia-Yu Hsu ASU Reproducible Target Dection with Deep Learning
10:00 -10:10 Paul Churchyard HSR Summary Engineering Report
10:10 - 10:15 Pedro Gonçalves Terradue Best Practices Engineering Report
10:15-11:00 AM EDT Building Energy Spatial Data Interoperability    
10:15- 10:20 Josh Lieberman OGC Introduction and Background for Building Energy
10:20- 10:25 Thunyathep (Joe) Santhanavanich Steinbeis Building Energy Processing Service & Client
  Sanam Dabirian Concordia Building Energy Processing Workflow
10:30- 10:35 Clemens Portele Interactive Instruments Building Energy Data Service
10:35- 10:40 Jérôme Jacovella-St-Louis Ecere External Geospatial Data Service & Workflow
10:40- 10:45 Tony Hodgson Ethar Building Energy Client
10:45- 10:50 Ryan Burley Geosolutions External Geospatial Data Service & Client
10:50- 10:55 Leigh St. Hilaire Volta Summary Engineering Report
10:55 - 11:00 Leigh St. Hilaire Volta Building Energy Data Model Engineering Report
11:00-11:15 Break    
11:15-12:00 PM EDT Advanced Filtering of SWIM Feature Data    
11:15 - 11:18 Greg Buehler OGC Introduction and Background
11:18 - 11:21 Sergio Taleisnik Skymatics Server Components and APIs
11:21 - 11:23 Sergio Taleisnik Skymatics Intro to Usescase
11:23 - 11:28 Mo Moallemi Concepts Beyond Client Business - D104
11:28 - 11:35 Mo Moallemi Concepts Beyond Client Developer - D105
11:35 - 11:39 Eugene Yu GMU Facade - D101
11:39 - 11:41 Clemens Portele interactive instruments Facade - D100
11:41 - 11:46 Clemens Portele interactive instruments Filtering service - D103
11:46 - 11:51 Jerome St-Louis Ecere Filtering service - D102
11:51 - 11:53 Clemens Portele and Jerome St-Louis interactive instruments and Ecere Inputs to SWGs
11:53 - 11:58 Mo Moallemi Concepts Beyond Client Summary and Future Work
11:58 - 12:00 Sergio Taleisnik Skymatics Final Conclusions
12:00-12:45 AM EDT Secure, Asynchronous Catalogs    
12:00- 12:05 Greg Buehler OGC Introduction
12:05-12:10 Andreas Matheus Secure Dimensions Server Components and APIs
12:10-12:20 Yves Coene Spacebel Intro to Usescases
12:20-12:25 Yves Coene Spacebel Use Case #1 - Records Integrity
  Phiip Hawkins Helyx Use Case #1 - Records Integrity
12:25-12:30 Phiip Hawkins Helyx Use Case #2 - Records Confidentiality
  Yves Coene Spacebel Use Case #2 - Records Confidentiality
12:30-12:40 Phiip Hawkins Helyx Use Case #3 - Asynchronous Communications
  Greg Buehler OGC Use Case #3 - Asynchronous Communications
12:40-12:45 Andreas Matheus Secure Dimensions Future Work

Wednesday, 18 January

Start Time Presentater Organization Title/Presenter
9:00-9:15 AM EDT Josh Lieberman OGC Welcome
9:15-10:00 AM EDT

Machine Learning Training Datasets

   
9:15- 9:20 Sara Saeedi OGC Introduction to the T18 Machine Learning Training Datasets Task
9:20-9:35 Samantha Lavender Pixalatyx Application of standards to Machine Learning Training Datasets
9:35-9:50 Ivana Ivánová FrontierSI/ Curtin University FAIR Training Dataset Aligned with User Requirements and Existing Standards
9:50-10:00 Jim Antonisse NGA Closing and Future directions for the Machine Learning Training Datasets Task
10:00-10:15 Break    
10:15-11:00 AM EDT

Moving Features and Sensor Integration

   
10:15-10:20 Brittany Eaton Blue Monocle  T18 Moving Features and Sensor Integration Engineering Report
10:25-10:30 Zhining Gu Arizona State University OGC Moving Feature Collection and Ingestion Services for Hurricane 
10:30-10:35 Glenn Laughlin Pelagis Data Solutions OGC Moving Feature Collection, Ingestion and Client
10:35-10:40 Alex Robin Botts Innovative Research Inc. Sensor Hub for Integrating Various Moving Feature and Sensor Collections
10:40-10:45 Gianpiero Maiello SUPERELECTRIC SRL 3D Moving Feature Client
10:45-10-50 Alex Robin Botts Innovative Research Inc. Moving Feature Client and Lessons Learned
10:50-10:55 Rob Smith Away Team Software OGC Geopose Standard and Moving Features
10:55-11 Jim Antonisse NGA Closing and Future Directions for Moving Feature and Sensor Integration
  Break    
11:15 AM-12:00 PM EDT

3D+ Data Standards and Streaming

   
11:15-11:20 Sara Saeedi OGC Introduction to the T18 3D+ Data Standards and Streaming
11:20-11:28 Frieder Schmid University of Stuttgart 3D+ Standards Framework Engineering Report
11:29-11:37 Logan Stark Blue Monocle D024 3D+ Data Space Object Egineering Report
11:38:00- 11:46 Martin Desruisseaux Geomatys D025 3D+ Reference Frame Transformation Engineering Report
11:47-11:55 Jérôme St-Louis Ecere Corporation D026 3D+ Data Streaming Engineering Report
11:55-12 Jim Antonisse NGA Closing and Future Directions for Space and 3D+ Standards

 

Sponsors

OGC Testbeds would not be possible without the dedication and support of its many sponsors. Having the support of government and industry experts as sponsors ensures that work in Testbed-18, and other Collaborative Solution and Innovation Program activities can succeed at a global level. Testbed 18 sponsors provided interoperability requirements, use cases, and scenarios. They also provided cost-share funding as well as geospatial data as required to run the scenarios.

Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl)
European Space Agency (ESA)
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
Federal Aviation Administration
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Participating Organizations

Testbed 18 and its sponsors goals would not be possible without the contributions of its participants. The following list contains those that answered the call and helped create the outcome of this initiative. 

52°North Spatial Information Research GmbH Germany
Arizona State University US
Away Team UK
Blue Monocle, Inc US
Botts Innovative Research Inc. US
Concepts Beyond, LLC US
Ecere Corporation Canada
Ethar, Inc. US
FrontierSI Australia
GeoLabs UK
Geomatys France
George Mason University US
GeoSolutions Italy
Health Solutions Research, Inc. US
Helyx SIS UK
Interactive instruments GmbH Germany
Pelagis Data Solutions Canada
Pixalytics Ltd UK
Properate (Lambda Science Inc.) Canada
Secure Dimensions Germany
SimpTek Technologies Canada
Skymantics, LLC US
Spacebel s.a. Belgium
Steinbeis (Consortium) Germany
Concordia University(Consortium) Canada
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft(Consortium) Germany
Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences (Consortium) Poland
SUPERELECTRIC srl Italy
Terradue Srl Italy
University of Stuttgart Germany
Volta Research Inc. Canada