Transforming Earth Sciences Big Data into Actionable Products for Disaster Applications Part 1
The Disaster Life Cycle Cluster coordinates efforts among data providers, managers and developers of disaster response systems and tools, and end-user communities within ESIP. We continue working on the testbed, ESIP GeoCollaborate™, to facilitate sharing and validation of data products in a collaborative Common Operating Picture (COP) and tools to benefit every phase of the disaster life cycle. We are coordinating with two disasters management communities, the California Earthquake Clearinghouse and the All Hazards Consortium, to better understand user needs and challenges.
In addition to showcasing results with the ESIP GeoCollaborate™ testbed, this session will discuss experience with the June 2016 Cascadia Rising Exercise, and interactions with the All Hazards Consortium.
"Trusted Data Sharing and Imagery Workflow for Disaster Response in Partnership with the State of California: Cascadia Rising 2016 and Beyond” presented by Maggi Glasscoe, Anne Rosinski, and Phil Beilin
“GeoCollaborate™ ESIP Testbed Evolution into Operational Environments” presented by Dave Jones/StormCenter Communications Inc.
Next steps for the ESIP testbed, especially as it relates to our goal of defining/identifying trusted data for the disasters lifecycle decision makers
Please do not schedule on July 22 as a key participant is not available that day. Thanks!