Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

C. Briese, W. Wagner, A. Boresch, C. Federspiel, M. Aspetsberger, S. Hasenauer, W. Mücke, C. Hoffmann, G. Wotawa:
"Challenges in the Exploitation of Big Earth Observation Data";
Talk: 2014 Conference on Big Data from Space (BiDS '14), Frascati; 2013-06-05 - 2013-06-07; in: "Proceedings of the 2014 conference on Big Data from Space (BiDS '14)", P. Soille, P. Marchetti (ed.); Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg (2013), ISBN: 978-92-79-43252-1; 50 - 53.

English abstract:
The latest generation of earth observation (EO) sensors generates huge amounts of data, which leads to new challenges in the processing and archiving of big EO data. Currently, powerful and mature cloud services for big EO data exploitation are rarely available. Therefore, one solution in order to tackle the big EO data challenge is to bring together the specific competences, resources and skills of the individual organisations. This contribution presents a public/private initiative, the EODC Earth Observation Data Centre for Water Resources Monitoring GmbH (EODC) that focuses on such a cooperation model in order to foster the research and use of big EO data. After a short introduction into the general ideas of the EODC and its cooperation network, the paper presents (i) the concept of the collaborative/federated EODC cloud connecting several data centres throughout Europe and (ii) the first services that are currently being established.

Big data, Processing, Archiving, Organisation, Cooperation

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