Workshop 2 – Technology roadmap of the GROOM RI (Alvaro Lorenzo Lopez – NOC, Pierre Testor – CNRS, João Sousa – UPorto and Ailin Brakstad – UIB)
Open to general public upon invitation.
The GERI is expected to provide consistency in operations among the different partners and glider-ports involved. To do this, GROOM proposes a technical approach consisting on:
- Developing a supported digital infrastructure that will benefit the partners and will allow seamless integration with other European projects like Jerico and data infrastructures as Copernicus, Seadatanet or Emodnet.
- Facilitating the adoption of common best practises and implementing a formal process to endorse such best practises from the GERI.
- Participating as a central actor on the evolution of the current data management approach for gliders and long-range platforms.
- Designing new open standardizations for the future implementation and adoption of novel AI techniques by the GERI .
In this section we will present a proposal for the GROOM digital services. A series of presentations from our invited speakers will provide context on how other initiatives complement and are interoperable with groom. We will finish with a round table with the speakers answering questions from the audience.
- Alvaro Lorenzo Lopez. NOC(UK), GROOM 2 WP6 Leader.
- Nicolai von Oppeln-Bronikowski. Memorial University (CA), OceanGNS.
- Peter Thijse. MARIS, Seadatanet
- Joao Sousa. University of Porto (PT), EUMR PI.
- Miguel Charos Llorens. SOCIB(SP), JERICO.
In this section we will discuss challenges and opportunities for the current data landscape around ocean long range autonomy. A group of specialist speakers will present around the topic. Speakers
- Thierry Carval. CORIOLIS (FR)
- Victor Turpin Oceanops(FR)
- Justin Buck. NOC-BODC(UK)
- Ailin Brakstad (UiB, NO) and Arnfinn Morvik (NMD/IMR, NO)