Title of Presentation - CEOS

Title of Presentation - CEOS

GEO and GEOSS GEO Secretariat 16 March 2016 Canberra, Australia WGISS&WGCV Unique Time in GEOs History Transition to next decade New Strategic Plan with new programmatic mechanisms community activities, foundational tasks and initiatives One focal point for programmatic alignment and leadership Leveraging respective strengths of Members and POs 102 GEO Members

95 Participating Organizations Transforming Our World: The 2030 Plan for Global Action - Article 76: We will promote transparent and accountable scaling-up of appropriate public-private cooperation to exploit the contribution to be made by a wide range of data, including Earth observation and geospatial information, while ensuring national ownership in supporting and tracking progress. Earth Observations and Geospatial Information Support to SDGs Direct measures of some Indicators and indirect support to others. Contribute to progress on the Targets, which will

show up in the Indicators. UNFCCC COP21 Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) 30. The SBSTA recognises the importance of: GEO, including its implementation plan for GEOSS; collaboration between GEO and GCOS; and of capacity building on systematic observation, inter alia, to enable developing countries to apply climate observations for impact assessment and preparation for adaptation. The new GEO Strategic Plan 2016-2025 establishes three Strategic Objectives Advocate, Engage, Deliver and emphasizes climate change and its impacts as a cross-cutting area, and strengthens the societal benefit areas making them more focused on the needs of society to support processes under the UNFCCC, the UN Sendai Framework for Disaster

Risk Reduction, the SDGs and other UN agencies. G20 Meeting of Agricultural Ministers Action Plan on Food Price Volatility and Agriculture Paris, France, June 2011 32. In order to improve crop production projections and weather forecasting, with the use of modern tools, in particular remote sensing tools, we decide to launch, via the Group on Earth Observation, an international voluntary network of agricultural production monitoring based on geoinformation. This Global Agricultural GeoMonitoring Initiative will be a useful input for AMIS concerning the provision of more accurate crop forecasts data. G7 Science Ministers "We recognise that the sharing of Earth observation data and information will strengthen

science, knowledge, and decisionmaking in the areas discussed today and in others. We intend to continue to work together through the intergovernmental Group on Earth Observations (GEO) to enable policy makers to better address these environmental, health, and socio-economic challenges." GCI Providers Evolution and Statistics Introduction of the Brokering approach Introduction of the Brokering approach Climate/Weather

Biodiversity Disasters GEOSS Portal Environment Health Ocean Discovery and Access Broker (DAB) Satellites

Water Australia Regional & National Providers GEO Website GEO Website Geology/Soil Energy International Providers

Cryosphere Brazil Germany Russia Japan South Africa Canada Italy Spain

Chile Franc e China New Zealand Switzerland Norway USA Private sector providers

more than 100 public providers Societal Benefit Areas Introduction to GEO 2016 Work Programme Transitional Work Programme for 2016 Regular 3-year Programmes 2017-19, 2020-22 and 2023-25 Based on inputs from GEO Members, Participating Organizations, and the GEO Community at large. Through an iterative process, it is reviewed and further developed by the GEO Programme Board, which ensures alignment with the priorities of GEO Members and Participating Organizations, identifies resource commitments by GEO Members and Participating Organizations, and recommends approval to GEO Plenary

Four types of GEO activities GEO Initiatives Current List GI-01* GI-02* GI-03* GI-04* GI-05* GI-06 GI-07 GI-08 GI-09 GI-10 GI-11 GI-12 GI-13 GI-14 GI-15

GI-16 GI-17a GI-17b GI-18 GI-19 GI-20 GEOGLAM-Global Agricultural Monitoring and Early Warning GEOBON-Global Biodiversity Observation (GEO BON) GFOI Global Forest Observation Initiative Global Observing System for Mercury and Persistent Pollutants Global Carbon Observation and Analysis System Reinforcing engagement at regional level: AfriGEOSS for Africa Ocean and society - Blue Planet GEO Geohazard Supersites and Natural Laboratories (GSNL) Global Wildfire Information System EO data and renewable energies Information Services for Cold Regions

Integrated Information Systems for Health (Cholera, Heat waves) Integration of Methods for Air Quality and Health Data, Remote Sensed and In-Situ with Disease Estimate Techniques (new US) GECO: the GEO Global Ecosystem Initiative GEO-GNOME Initiative: GEO Global Network for Observation and information in Mountain Environments GEO-DARMA = Data Access for Risk Management (new-CEOS) Global Urban Observation and Information Global Human Settlement indicators for post-2015 international frameworks GEO and SDGs. EOs role in providing support to countries in achieving SDGs and in defining and monitoring the associated indicators. AmeriGEOSS (new) GEO Global Water Security (GEOGLOWS) new-US Proposed as GEO Flagship Foundational Tasks Current List GD

GD-01 GD-02 GD-03 GD-04 GD-05 GD-06 GD-07 GD-08 GD-09 GD-10 GD-11 CD CD-01 CD-02 CD-03 SO SO-01 SO-02

SO-03 SO-04 GEOSS Development and GCI Operations Advancing GEOSS Data Sharing principles GCI Operations (including access to Knowledge) Global Observing and Information Systems (new) (includes systems like WIGOS. GCOS; . And reference datasets) GEONETCast Development and Operations GEOSS Satellite Earth Observation Resources (includes advocacy for continuity) GEOSS in situ Earth Observation Resources (includes inclusion of citizens observatories) (includes advocacy for continuity) GCI Development (includes development of Data Management guidelines) SBAs processes: Systematic determination of user needs / observational gaps Knowledge Base development Radio-frequency protection Utilization of Communication Networks Community Development

Capacity Building coordination Reinforcing engagement at national and regional level Assess the benefits from EOs and of their socio-economic value Secretariat Operations Management and Support Communication and Engagement Monitoring and Evaluation Resources Mobilization Workflows GD02 and GD07 : GCI Operation and Development CEOS provided more than half out of 200 Million GEOSS resources through CWIC and FedEO interoperability agreements. We recognized still lots space agencies who have not yet linked to CWIC or FedEO. CEOS to encourage those space agencies to connect to GCI through one of them (GD02).

It is real great CEOS also to join the GCI development activities (GD07) such as GEOSS architecture evolution on what kind of new services will be foreseen (e.g., access and processing services, Big data, data integration) and also join to test the new functionality of the information technologies. GD-07 GCI Development Task Team This task will be implemented by the GEOSS Development Working Group (GDWG) in collaboration with GD02 (GCI Operations including access to Knowledge) task, and will include major contributors. The GEO Secretariat will support the GDWG and ensure that its activities are fully supportive of the GCI. GD07 Task Leadership GD07 Sub Task & Descriptions

GD07 Sub Task Leads GD07 Sub Task Team Members GEO Secretariat Overarching coordination and support GCI Requirements consolidation and update GD02 and 07 tasks GD07 (GCI Development) Demo Pilots SIF Community Portal DAB

Registries Community Activities Registration/Integration GDWG Coordination GEO Sec Coordination Providers Users Feedback DMP IG GEOSS

Portal Data and Services New GCI functionalities Feedback Initiatives GEOSS Architecture Operationalize Flagships Requirements Data/Information/Knowledge

GD08 GD09 GD02 (GCI Operation) CEOS & GCI - DATA Data Providers : CEOS Committee on Earth Observations Satellites 31 Agencies & 28 Associated Members http ://ceos.org/about-ceos/agencies/ How many of these agencies are active GEO data providers within the GCI ? Can CEOS support in advocating it throught their agencies? Examples of CEOS Resources: are those brokered in the GCI ? CEOS Water Portal

The CEOS Water Portal provides assistance to waterrelevant scientists and nonresearchers alike in the development of water data services associated with data integration and distribution. http://waterportal.ceos.org CEOS & GCI: Infrastructure http://www.ceos-cove.org/ -The CEOS Visualization Environment (COVE) is a browser-based suite of tools for searching, analyzing and visualizing actual and potential satellite sensor coverage. This is a great tool for the user to access to the required resources. Could CEOS in coordination with the GEO Secretariat advice / share already implemented tools and solutions for

data visualization/access to be included in the new GCI ? Work Programme Symposium 2-4 May 2016 Geneva, Switzerland GEO-XIII Plenary 9-10 November 2016 St. Petersburg, Russia

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