GEO Workshop 2016 - Nexos presentation: Building Interoperable Ocean Observing Systems with Sensor Web Technology
Nexos project partners will participate at the next GEO Workshop for European projects on Earth observation, which will take place on the 31th of May-2nd of june 2016 in Berlin, Germany.
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Dr. Eric Delory, from PLOCAN, and NeXOS project coordinator, will participate at the session “Towards an Integrated Ocean Observing System – Optimizing Ocean Monitoring and Data Sharing Capabilities”, presenting the talk “Sensor observation and developments”. The project partner 52N represented by Simon Jirka will present the Sensor Web developments done under the project framework and It will be illustrated how Sensor Web technology can be used for enabling a seamless dataflow from sensors to global data infrastructures such as GEOSS. Other NeXOS partners will participate, Christoph Waldmann from the Marum-UniHB center and Jay Pearlman from the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers).
2016 marks a turning point for the Group on Earth Observation (GEO) with the launch of the new Strategic Plan implementing the Global Earth Observations System of Systems (GEOSS). Now in its 10th edition, the GEO European Projects Workshop 2016 will present and discuss European initiatives contributing to GEOSS.