The demos presented below are split into two categories: demos for environmental service creators (creating added-value environmental services using the ENVISION platform), and demos for end-users (consumers of the added-value services created by environmental service creators using the ENVISION platform).
Last update: February 01, 2013
For environmental services creators:
Screencast: Interacting with the ENVISION Portal
This demo is a display of the different functionalities offered to users with a designer’s role in the ENVISION Portal. A designer can login, customize the design of a page (e.g. manage the layout or move software modules) and navigate through different pages.
Screencast: Creating a new Scenario Website
The process of creating a new website is displayed in this demo. The user firstly creates a community and secondly adds a page to this community. The video also presents how new application modules can be added and configured according to the designer’s preferences.
Screencast: Semantic annotation
This video shows how the ENVISION Portal supports the semantic annotation of resources. The user (logged in as a designer) is able to select a resource, load an ontology and use concepts of this ontology to annotate the resource.
Screencast: Semantic discovery
This video shows how the ENVISION Portal supports the semantic discovery of services. The user (logged in as a designer) is able to specify queries using keywords, restrict the search to a certain region on a map, and most important to semantically specify the request, which is then processed by the semantic catalogue, with matching services being returned.
Screencast: Web service composition
The demo displays how a user is able to set up a service composition workflow and subsequently generate a BPEL executable code of the service composition workflow.
Screencast: Event subscription
The demo shows how a user can subscribe to predicted events and how they are visualized in a flood monitoring scenario.
Screencast: Event visualizer
The demo shows how a user can visualize and explore events in the real-time flood monitoring scenario.
The demo shows how EnStreaM portlet can be used. It shows different ways of browsing the data and events, discovering rules, crating and testing them. The demo also shows anomaly detection and prediction functionality of the component.
Screencast: Resource Manager
This screencast introduces the Resource Portlet responsible for managing the user’s collection of resources such as Web services, ontologies, and composition drafts. The collection is globally accessible, and is used for all activities (annotation, composition, discovery).
Screencast: Interacting with the landslide pilot case Scenario Website
This screencast demos the support for landslides management of the Guadeloupe Island. The end-user is interacting with four Portlets, namely Map Viewer, Char Viewer, Time Controller and Execution Portlet. Using these Portlets the end-user is able to visualize sensor information from the landslide pilot case in a map, control the time period of sensor observations and finally to execute a service composition specific to the pilot.
Screencast: Interacting with the Oil Spill Scenario Website
This screen cast shows a simulation of an oil drift, and also effects on the cod population. The geographic region is the North Sea outside Norway. The user can navigate in the information displayed in a map. He can execute a composition and see the result on the map.
Screencast: Manual insert observations
This screencast shows the real-time flood monitoring pilot case Website. Several Portlets are shown in the video, including a Map and a Chart Viewer Portlet, used to visualize sensor data provided by a SOS server. The values can be modified and inserted using a third Portlet, namely the Manual Insert Observations Portlet.
Screencast: Create configuration using the Real-time Configuration Portlet
This screencast shows some of the portlets used in the real-time monitoring use case. It demonstrates the configuration and the mappings creation of physical sensors and SOS sensors, enabling the user to browse, save, load and modify the configuration of sensors at any time.
Screencast: Real-time dam gates openings monitoring
This screencast illustrates one portlet used in the Flood Monitoring scenario, namely the DamGatesOpeningsVisualization. It shows the current and planned dam gates openings and sensors properties relevant for these activities.
Screencast: Real-time sensors monitoring
This screencast shows the real time visualization of sensors values. The user can visualize the value, timestamps and quality of the measurements coming from the sensors.