- Date: August 5-7, 2008 (8:00-17:00)
- Location: Calit2 (Atkinson Hall) #5004, UCSD, San Diego, CA
- Duration: 3 days
- Size: 8 invitees
The goal of the architecture specification workshop is to define the scope of the Sensing & Acquisition Subsystem capabilities, identify the gaps between subsystem technologies, and investigate how the technologies get integrated. The following topics will be covered during the workshop:
- instrument data acquisition
- data management associated with instruments
- operations management and coordination
- relationships with Planning & Prosecution, Data Management, and COI subsystems
For the Instrument Integration, to goal is to identify which are the instruments and the expected functions. The following topics will be covered during the workshop:
- the communication between the instrument and the infrastructure: between the instrument and the instrument proxy, as well as between the instrument proxy and the infrastructure
- the standard state model for instrument resources
- the command set for data acquisition, as well as for management and monitoring
|Time||Presenter/ Moderator||Topic - Sensing and Acquisition|
|8:30||Matthew Arrott||Welcome, introductions|
|8:45||Matthew Arrott||OOI-CI scope, FDR goals, capabilities expected from the Sensing & Acquisition subsystem|
|9:00||Architecture team||OOI-CI high-level architecture, current understanding of Sensing|
|| Preliminary discussions on the models or terminology
|9:30||Kent Lindquist|| Antelope overview
|| Discussions on the relation between Antelope and OOI-CI
|10:15||Kevin Gomes|| Sensors Project Overview
||Discussions on the relation between the Sensors project and OOI-CI|
|10:45||Randy Butler|| Observatory Middleware Framework Overview
||Discussions on the relation between OMF and OOI-CI|
|11:15||Mathieu LeMay||IAAS Framework Overview|
||Discussions on the relation between IAAS and OOI-CI|
|11:45||Steve Chien||EO-1 - CASPER|
||Discussions on the relation between CASPER & ASPEN and OOI-CI|
|01:00pm||Architecture team|| Working Session 1: Sensing & Acquisition responsibilities/actions
|03:15pm||All||Working Session 2: refinement of operational nodes|
|06:30pm||Dinner off site|
|Time||Presenter/ Moderator||Topic - Sensing and Acquisition|
|8:30||All|| Working Session 3: interaction protocol required for accessing the capabilities of the subsystem.
Usage scenario: instrument data acquisition and management.
|10:15||All|| Working Session 4: interaction protocol required for accessing the capabilities of the subsystem.
Usage scenario: operations management and coordination.
|01:00pm||All||Working Session 5: mapping of technologies to logical nodes|
|Topic -Instrument Integration Strategy|
|| Presentations on the current deployment model for the Marine networks
|03:45pm||All|| Working Session 1: define instrument characterization and classification
|Time||Presenter/ Moderator||Topic - Instrument Integration Strategy|
|08:30||All|| Working Session 2: use cases for the Instrument Test and Certification Facility
|10:15||All|| Working Session 3: commands for instruments (monitor & control, data acquisition) and
state models beyond U.I.A (Unitialized, Inactive, Active).
|01:00pm||All|| Working Session 4: driver implementation strategy (setting priorities).
|03:00pm||Matthew Arrott||FDR Plan, action items|
- Mathieu LeMay, WHOI
- Kent Lindquist, Lindquist
- Frank Vernon, SIO
- Kevin Gomes, MBARI
- Duane Edgington, MBARI
- Steve Chien, JPL (will attend the first 1-2 days)
- Randal Butler, NCSA
- Terry Fluery, NCSA (will attend a meting with COI held in parallel with the Instrument Integration workshop)
- Von Welch, NCSA (will attend a meting with COI held in parallel with the Instrument Integration workshop)
- Matthew Arrott, UCSD
- Claudiu Farcas, UCSD
- Emilia Farcas, UCSD
- Michael Meisinger, UCSD
Relevant documents from CI-ADT
The initial draft for some of the Sensing & Acquisition (SA) subsystem architecture documents as tailored from the overall OOI-CI DoDAF documents:
- SA-OV2 - operational nodes
- SA-SV4b - subsystem services
- SA-OV7-Figures - domain models for instrument and instrument platform
The objective of the pre-workshop presentations is to identify the major of the subsystem capabilities, open technology issues, and dependencies/commitments on/to the CI and these technologies prior to the meeting.
The calls will last for 90 min (30 min presentations + discussions). The participants need to prepare a 30 min design and/or technically presentation for the each of the technologies being considered for the Sensing and Acquisition system:
| Tuesday, July 29th,
from 2:00pm - 3:30pm PDT
|Kevin Gomes||Sensors Project|
| Wednesday, July 30th,
from 11:00am - 12:30pm PDT
| Wednesday July 30th,
from 12:30 - 2:00 pm PDT
|Randy Butler||Observatory Middleware Framework|
| Thursday July 31st,
from 9:00am - 10:30am PDT
|Mathieu LeMay||IAAS Framework|
- CI-ADT (Emilia Farcas) - Proposed SA logical architecture
- Kent Lindquist - Antelope
- Kevin Gomes - Sensors Project
- Mathieu LeMay - IAAS Framework
- Steve Chien - Mission planning with ASPEN/CASPER
All workshop participants should make their own flight arrangements to San Diego and retain receipts for reimbursement through Karen Schwamb at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Karen's contact information is:
Karen Schwamb / Administrative Associate
Applied Ocean Physics and Engineering Department
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
266 Woods Hole Rd., MS 7
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Telephone: 508-289-2675 / Fax: 508-457-2006
We've reserved (and prepaid for) rooms for workshop attendees traveling from out of town at the Estancia La Jolla at 9700 N. Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla, CA 92037 (858.550.1000). They provide plenty of information (including directions) on their web site.
Workshop attendees will be responsible for incidentals. Please retain your receipts (if necessary) for reimbursement through Karen.
A taxi from the airport to the hotel is quickest and easiest way to the hotel. At that point, we encourage you to coordinate with other attendees for transportation from the hotel to the workshop location (Room 5004 Atkinson Hall - Warren College ). For those who might wish to walk from the hotel to campus, we recommend that you give yourself 20 to 30 minutes - this is an estimate for a brisk paced walk with some hills. Your foot route from the hotel to Atkinson Hall (F-6 on the campus map- W in Warren College) is East on Pangea (across Torrey Pines Road from the hotel entrance), straight onto Thurgood Marshall Lane, dogleg right then left onto Voigt Drive, straight across Hopkins Drive, down the hill, up the hill - and you're at Atkinson.
For those who choose to rent a car and drive - on-campus parking requires the purchase of a daily permit from kiosks located at the visitor information centers or in the newer parking structures. Keep the permit for reimbursement through Karen. When driving to campus from the hotel, turn left onto North Torrey Pines Road, and turn right at the second light onto North Point Drive. Get into the right lane and turn right at the second stop sign. This is the visitor's center where you can buy a parking pass. Turn right out of the visitors center onto North Point Drive, which becomes Hopkins Drive and go straight through 2 construction stops. At the third stop, turn left on Voigt Drive and turn left at the next stop to enter Parking Lot P-0502. If you arrive late, and cannot find parking in Lot 502, please proceed back up the hill and park in the new parking structure (not shown on this map) on the Northwest corner of the intersection of Hopkins and Voigt. This parking structure has its own parking pass kiosks - so if you don't mind the short walk from there to Atkinson - you can skip the detour to the visitor information center and proceed to the parking structure.
Rita Bauer (email@example.com) can help with driver-rider coordination if you will let her know what your itinerary is. Her contact information is:
Rita M. Bauer
Special Projects Coordinator
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
University of California San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive #0225
La Jolla, CA 92093-0225
Workshop attendees will receive breakfast and lunch, but you will be on your own for dinner each day, so we'll provide a list of local restaurants to make your selection easier. Woods Hole meal perdiem reimbursement rate is limited to $57 per day. As a single meal, dinner is limited to $30. Karen will reimburse meals at these rates.
We hope this provides you with the information you need - but if not - please do not hesitate to contact Karen or Rita should you have questions regarding the workshop or need assistance in making your arrangements.