PR – The intention of the workshop is to teach the participants which SensorSA-compliant software components are available, and how to configure and deploy them. Furthermore, the workshop will show how OGC Sensor Web Enablement services are used within SensorSA, and how to build a complete SensorSA-compliant Environmental Monitoring Network.
On February 11-th and 12-th 2009, SANY IP team will organise a hands-on training on “Building Environmental Monitoring Systems with SensorSA”.
Remaining program concentrates on deploying, configuring and using the SensorSA software: SensorSA catalogue, security proxy, Cascading SOS, SensorSA Data Acquisition System, import/export scripts and various client applications. Full program of the SensorSA training is available on the SANY-IP site.
Training participants are expected to bring solid technical background, at least basic knowledge of OGC Sensor Web Enablement, good will, and a notebook with pre-installed Virtual Box software.
LINK:Virtual Box download
Training is organised by Austrian Research Centres GmbH. – ARC on behalf of the SANY consortium, with participation of the EIG, ETHZ, IITB and UBA. The training facilities are kindly provided by Austria’s national weather service agency (ZAMG).
Date: Fabruary 11-th and 12-th 2009, from 09:00 to 18:00
Venue: ZAMG, Hohe Warte 38, 1190 Vienna, Austria
This event is founded by the Information Society and Media DG of the European Commission within the RTD activities of the Thematic Priority Information Society Technologies, and therefore free of charge for all participants within a limit of available places.
Warning: the registration (required!) closes on Monday, February 8-th. Only five places left!
Sensors Anywhere Integrated Project (SANY IP) is an FP6 Integrated Project (contract number 0033564) co-funded by the Information Society and Media DG of the European Commission within the RTD activities of the Thematic Priority Information Society Technologies.
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