UN Open GIS Initiative November 11, 2016 Kyoung‐Soo Eom, UN ([email protected]) Ki‐Joune Li, Pusan National University, Korea ([email protected]) Anthony Calamito, Boundless, USA ([email protected]) Diego Gonzalez Ferreiro, UN ([email protected]) Maria Brovelli, Politecnico di Milano, Italy ([email protected]) Hae‐Kyong Kang, KRIHS, Korea ([email protected])

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Empower everyone with open source geospatial

UN Open GIS Initiative To Unite Our Strength without Barrier

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Open Source as an International Machinery

Equal  Technology

Collaboration

Technology Transfer

Technology Progress

Open Source Software as a Platform

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UN Global Service Centre, Brindisi, Italy.   7‐11 March 2016 November 11, 2016

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A Basic Understanding on UN Open GIS • UN is a International Organization, which functions like  government • UN GIS as a National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) • NSDI     

Framework(Base and Reference) Map System and Services Capacity Institutional Arrangement Standards

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Goal and Scope of UN Open GIS Initiative

NSDI Solutions

1. System and Services 2. Capacity Scope of UN Open GIS

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What is the UN Open GIS Initiative? Goal To identify and develop open source GIS software that meets the requirements of UN operations, taking full advantage of the expertise of mission partners. ‐ from UN Open GIS Strategy Manifesto

Current Members Members UN

Contributions

US DoD, NGA

Strategy, Requirement Analysis, Deployment, Assessment,  Maintenance Geo‐Portal (GeoSHAPE/Exchange), Training Support

KRIHS, Korea

Geo‐Analysis, Geospatial Data Collection (OpenGDS)

GeoSDI, Italy

Geospatial Applications and Services (GeoSDI)

OSGeo GeoForAll

OS Knowledge, Documentation, Technical supports Technical Supports, Education

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UN Open GIS Initiative Structure UN Contributing Bodies

Strategic Board

Co‐Chairs Secretariats

Technical Advisory Group

Requirement Advisory Group Assessment Team

Spiral One (Geo‐Portal)

Spiral Two (Capacity Building)

Spiral Three (Geo‐Analysis)

Spiral Four (Data Collection)

Why Called Spiral? ‐ Incremental Approach

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1. Data  Collection

4. Geospatial  Services

Enterprise GIS 2. Geospatial  Data Management

3. Geospatial  Analysis

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• Challenges – UN NSDI   

Very Diverse and Complex Tasks Ad‐Hoc Development of GIS applications Fragmentation SaaS PaaS DaaS IaaS

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SaaS

OS Spatial  Analysis/ Map Publication

OS Geo‐Portal: Imagery and  Vector (2D/3D)

PaaS

OS GIS Solution for Data  Collection

S/W Sharing

Function Sharing Geospatial Server and Spatial DBMS

DaaS

IaaS

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Data Sharing 

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UN Open GIS Initiative

Infrastructure Sharing

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Capacity for ‐ Service Developments  ‐ Supporting Requests from Fields ‐ Maintenance ‐ Technology Transfer to Developing Countries ‐ Technology Evolution

Geoforall.org

Individual Capacity Institutional Capacity

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Approach Covering the lifecycle

Enterprise GIS

Ad‐Hoc Development

Geo‐Cloud Computing

Cost

Open Source GIS

Migration

Gradual Migration and  Hybrid Structure

Capacity Building

OS Capacity Center

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Roadmap  UN Capacity

Development Phase ‐ Fundamental Setting

IOC(Initial Operating Capability) Implementation Phase ‐ Solution Delivery

Sustainment Phase ‐ Sustainable Capacity

Phase 1 2016

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Phase 2 2017‐2018

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Time

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Roadmap – Three Phases 1. Maintenance 2. Development of New  Services and Functions 3. Transfer to 3rd Parties

Sustainable  Capacity  Solution

Requirement Analysis

Development and  Delivery of Solution

System Infrastructure System Infrastructure Deployment

Training

Training Structure  Setting‐Up

Governance

Governance Structure Setting‐Up

Training and  Capacity Building

Capacity Building Center

Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Development Phase Implementation Phase  Sustainment Phase ‐ Fundamental setting   ‐ Solution Delivery ‐ Sustainable Capacity

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Spirals • Spiral One Goal – to provide a Geo‐Portal and setup a geospatial information  infrastructure in UN  Led by Anthony Calamito from Boundless  Base Open Source Software – GeoSHAPE‐Exchange 

• Spiral Two Goal – To assist capacity building for the UN by several training programs  Led by Maria Brovelli and Diego G. Ferreiro 

• Spiral Three Goal – to provide geo‐analysis solutions for UN  Led by Hae‐Kyong Kang  Base Open Source Software – OpenGDS/Analysis 

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Architecture  ‐ Overview

UN Open GIS Solutions

Data Capture

PC GIS BI Solutions Ready to Use

Geo‐Visualization

Geo‐ Analysis (SP3)

Geospatial Clients

OGC  Standards

OGC  Standards

Geospatial Server

Tracking and Sensor Geo‐Analysis

Geo‐ Portal (SP1)

Data Collection (SP4)

GeoSHAPE/Exchange (SP1)

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Spiral 2 - Capacity Building Maria Antonia Brovelli(*) and Diego Gonzalez (**) (*) OSGeo/GeoForAll Politecnico di Milano (**) UN

Spiral 2 steps Date

Official Announcement

7/3/2016 11/3/2016

Kick-off workshop in Brindisi

9/3/2016

24/3/2016 6/4/2016

Sharing the UN Workshop GeoforAll presentation http://www.slideshare.net/mariabrovelli/geoforall-asuccessful-osgeo-initiative GeoForAll Call for UN training material GeoForAll Call for Contributions for revision

6/7/2016-2/8/2016

Survey provided to UN staff asking about their exigencies

19/9/2016 19/10/2016

First course, first edition: QGIS GeoAcademy First course, second edition: QGIS GeoAcademy

9/01/2016

Second course: PostGIS Boundless

Survey • Divided in three main parts: 

About the staff member



About the staff's knowledge of Open Source GIS



About the staff's preferences on training modalities

• It was opened for about a month: 6th July to 2nd August

Summary about the survey 



OS vs Proprietary Software comparison. OS only wins in Customization, Open Standards and Overall Costs. Knowledge of software. The best known are the usual suspects: QGIS, PostGIS, GeoServer, OpenLayers



Only 2 respondents have claimed to have official training on OS



Priority for training: Desktop and database are on top.





Vast majority of people prefer on-site instructor-led training and intensive course for 2-3 days. The courses should have an exam at the end according to most of the participants.

Collection of potential online training material • https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/UNTraining • • • • • • • •

1 QGIS 2 gvSIG 3 GRASS GIS 4 GeoServer 5 OpenLayers 6 PostgreSQL 7 PostGIS 8 GeoGig

9 GeoNode 10 Rasdaman 11 OSGeo-Live 12 Bringing GEOSS services into practice 13 GeoMOOSE 14 GET-IT 15 Open Source Geospatial Notebooks 16 Developing Training Material

Online training

QGIS GeoAcademy Tutors

Exam and certificate

What's next? PostGIS (January 2017) ● Geonode ● Geoserver ● Openlayers ●

On-site instructor-led training? ● Preparing new ad-hoc courses? ●

Keep in touch with us!! https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/UnitedNations_Committee

Spiral 3: Geo Analysis

2016.11.10 Friday

Spiral 3 Members Organization

Name

UN GSC

Cung Thang

Co‐Leader

Chief, Geospatial Analysis Unit, GIS‐SGITT Aeroporto Militare "O. Pierozzi" Piazza Del Vento, 72100 Brindisi, ITALY Ext: 158‐6195 Tel: +39 0831056195 Email:[email protected]

OpenGDS

HaeKyong Kang

Co‐Leader

Research Fellow, Geographic Information Research Division, KRIHS 431‐712, 254 Simindae‐ro, Anyangsi, South Korea H. +82 010 2033 5998 T. +82 031 380 0405 Email: [email protected] Skype: somakang1

OpenGDS

Minpa Lee

Key‐Architect

Director of R&D Mango System inc. Mail : [email protected] Mobile  : 010‐2030‐7084  Blog  : http://onspatial.com

UN

Thinley Wangdi (TBD)

OpenGDS

Ji‐Hyun Kim

Mango System inc. [email protected]

OpenGDS

GwangWoo Nam

Professor

OpenGDS

Ki‐Joune Li

Professor and Co‐Chair of UN Open GIS Initative Pusan National University

Source. Ki‐Joune Li. August 30 2016. UN OpenGIS Strategic Board Meeting – Review Session. P14.

Remind •

Outcomes : “Agree that Spiral Two will focus on geospatial analysis functions”. (p5)



Spiral Two: Geospatial analysis (p7) ‐

Once Spiral One is underway, the following development will benefit from lessons learnt and will be  guided by technical choices made for Spiral One. 



(Process) The terms of development of this phase will be described at a later stage but the  implementation process should be similar to the one for Spiral One, including technical and operational  validation before a UN final decision. 



(Preparation) This second spiral might require more development than Spiral One as all the open source  components might not be immediately available. 



(Preparation) The project board will review existing and available components before implementing the  second spiral. 



(Approach) It will also be crucial to continue considering the hybrid approach and the business continuity  in this phase of the project. 



(Lead) The lead agency will be the Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements (KRIHS) and the UN  mission remains to be determined. 

Remind Professor Ki‐joune Li’s Presentation (2016.3.9)

Progress Report

[Requirement Analysis of Spiral Three : GeoAnalysis] • 4 April 2016 (Mon)  Chung Thang (GSC) requested to share GIS analysis tools 

demonstrated in Brindisi during conference to Mr. Lim

• 7 April 2016 (Thurs)  Mr. Jihyun Kim/Mr. Minpa Lee sent an URL of the demo site and 

Github as its source code repository  Demo Site : http://mango.iptime.org:58088/wpsol3/  Github Repository : https://github.com/mapplus/spatial_statistics_for_geot ools_udig  GeoServer WPS  Document : http://docs.geoserver.org/stable/en/user/extensions/w ps/index.html

Progress Report: Requirement from GSC

• 27 April 2016 (Wed)  Remind the demo site and user requests (KRIHS  Chung)

• 28 April 2016 (Thurs)  Chung Thang (GSC) replied: ….Our team assessed them and look forward to apply in our web mapping services based on ArcGIS  environment. As of now, we would like to have the following analysis tools useable in our web map  services. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Vector Overlay Analysis Multiple Ring Buffer Point Cluster & Spatial Clump Time Series Animated widgets

For UN Open Geospatial Spiral Two, we will compile a list of analysis tools to be in GeoSHAPE. We  are also interested in image enhancement tools for raster data analysis.

Progress Report: Requirement from GSC

• 12 May 2016 (Thurs)  Chung Thang (GSC) gave detail requests

The following list is the analysis tools we would like to have.  In general, using these analysis tools, we would like to perform fairly  complex analysis such as monitoring and assessment (flood modeling,  change detection), suitability analysis (site selection, helicopter landing  zone), network analysis (routing), querying analytic results, etc..  In fact, it would be good to have all 171 WPS processes listed at MANGO  system made available for upcoming GeoSHAPE.

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Review results of UN Requests  No.

Analysis Function

1

Summarise Data

2

Find Locations

3

Data Enrichment

4

Analyse Patterns

5

Use Proximity

6

Manage Data

Tool Aggregate Points Summarize Nearby Summarize Within Find Existing Locations Derive New Locations Find Similar Locations Choose Best Facilities Create Viewshed Create Watersheds Trace Downstream Enrich Layer Calculate Density Find Hot Spots Interpolate Points Create Buffers Create Drive‐Time Areas Find Nearest Plan Routes Connect Origins to Destinations Extract Data Dissolve Boundaries Merge Layers Overlay Layers

Reference ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online

Applications

OpenGDS

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● ● ● ●

Review results of UN Requests 

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Spatial Analysis

8

Map Enhancement

9

Raster tool

Buffer analysis Dissolve Union Merge Centroids and centers Joins Aggregation & statistics functions Triangulated irregular networks Interpolation Concave and convex hulls Simplify features Filter / select by attribute Data classification Grids Distance calculations 2D Histogram Adjacency Matrix Circular Brush Contour plot Color wheel Force‐directed labels

Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box Map Box GitHub ?? GitHub GitHub GitHub GitHub GitHub

Geometric primitives, labels, connections

GitHub

Hexagonal binning Horizon chart Icon array Rollup (PivotGraph) layout Clipping Surface Analyses Masking Composite bands Zonal Statistic Distance analysis Interpolation

GitHub GitHub GitHub GitHub

● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●



● 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018

Scope of OpenGDS ‐ GeoAnalysis

Scope of OpenGDS ‐ GeoAnalysis Development Scope by OpenGDS (Mango System)

Desktop Processing Plugin

Geo Analysis Desktop Plugin Processing Toolbox

uDig Desktop

Scripting & Modeler Widget & Dialog

GeoServer WPS extension Based on Spring Framework GeoServer

Graph & Utilities I18n & Repository Geo Analysis Server Plugin WPS Services

Geo Analysis Library

Process Parameter IO

GeoTools

Geo Analysis Engine Process & Process Factory Spatial Statistics Operation

Existing Open GIS SW

140 kinds New-Development

Vector & Raster Operation Style & Transformation I18n & Storage

License Respect the license of original Open Source SW

Products

Original License

License

GNU LGPL v2.1 - gt-main (BSD License) GeoTools

- gt-xsd-core (Apache License)

GNU LGPL v2.1

- gt-brewer (Apache License) - gt-referencing3d (partly NASA) GeoServer

GNU GPL v2.0

GNU GPL v2.0

uDig

EPL v2.0/BSD v1.0

EPL v2.0/BSD v1.0

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140 functions

Progress Report of Sprial Three :

[Requirement Analysis of Spiral Three : GeoAnalysis] • 13 May 2016 (Fri)   

Korean Team reviewed the list of functions. Wait till the architecture of Spiral One will be completed. Communicate on APAN to share a progress with all.

• Spiral Three Board (May 2016)      

Cung Thang(Geospatial Analysis Unit, GIS‐SGITT)  Timur from UN Mr. Jihyun Kim, Mr. Minpa Lee (Mango System Ltd) HaeKyong Kang (KRIHS) Ki‐Joune Li (Pusan National University) Maria

• 12 Aug 2016 Reported

Progress Report of Sprial Three :

Future plan  

Co‐leader will be Cung Thang (UN USG) Analysis user requirements   Decide development environment by consideration SI with Sprial 1. i.e. OS, Compile Language & version, etcs.  Analysis user‐requests to design algorithm



Sprial 3 Governance



Leader, Co‐Leader



Technical Advisors



Developers

2. UN Requests and review results OpenGDS team needs additional information such as {datasets, analysis flows, primitive functions}  for each Geo‐Analysis function in current UN system. i.e. helicopter landing zone analysis {Input Dataset(DEM, POIs),  AnalysisFlow for Potential Landing Zone, ...} * Analysis Flow for PotentialLandingZone Step1: a set of Potential_Landing_Zone = Function1 ( Slob<10% &&Elevation<11,000' && No Open Water && No Forest && No Brush) Step2: a Potential_Landing_Zone = Function2 (step 1 with at least three Contiguous Surrounding Cells with allowable canopy clearance) Step3: ....etcs.

Sep. 26 2016

3. Future Plan

Functions, Datasets,  Analysis flow UN GSC

OpenGDS

GeoShape

2016.11.10 • Kais Zouabi will design UN application for GeoAnalysis.

Sprial 4: • 기욤 & 디에고 in charge of generalization

Unite Our Strength!

http://unopengis.org will be available soon November 11, 2016

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