The topic will be how to find and get data in GEOSS?:
There are two possible answers.
-The first one is: “Using the GEOSS DAB” learn about the DAB and how to use it programmatically to discover data.
-The second one: “Using the GEOSS Portal to manually find a dataset”
The proposed agenda is below:
- Introduction of the Award (EU Framework Program for Research and Innovation ConnectinGEO project) by CREAF and EARSC
Link intro to ConnectinGEO & EARSC Award
- How to find and get data in GEOSS (Discover Access Broker) by CNR
- Experiences by ARMINES, S&T, 52N & CREAF
Armines-ParisTech: discovering and accessing surface solar irradiance (SSI) in-situ observations
GREAF experience on Geospatial User Feedback Standardization in the DAB
- Round of Q&A
Please register for EARSC European Product Award Kick off session on Nov 30, 2015, 11:00 CET at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8783277485346559233
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
In preparation for the GotoWebinar 1 hour session this Monday, please have a look at the following links which might provide you some insights on how to find and get data in GEOSS:
- GEO DAB APIs link which provide info on how discover and access the GEOSS Data Core in a programmatic way and in particular the sub-link
- Short description of the GEOSS Data-Core
- As example, JRC have prepared the datasets for appathon (example list of available datasets datasets for appathon.xls
This is the kick-off session for the EARSC competition “European EO product of the year” to encourage the use of open data from GEOSS (Global Earth Observation System of Systems)
The competition will run over a 6 month period (December 2015-May 2016) during which time they may adapt an existing product, develop a new product or simply promote one they have already in their catalogue. Companies will be asked to provide a short summary of the results (Report should not exceed 2 pages) which will be used as statement for the jury.
This year’s award will be announced during the EARSC annual cocktail where the winner of the EARSC “European Earth Observation company of the year” is also revealed.