An OGC Api to get geospatial data

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An OGC Api to get geospatial data
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Next generation OGC web services with pygeoapi
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Kralidis, Tom
Jesus, Jorge S. Mendes de
Genuchten, Paul van
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FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
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2019
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English

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A new era is upon us. The OGC service architecture is undergoing a clean break in an attempt to modernize geospatial API standards. REST, JSON and OpenAPI are now common terminology in emerging OGC API standards. This change will greatly lower the barrier to implementation of services, clients and associated toolkit. pygeoapi is a young and emerging project that is an early adopter of the new OGC API efforts. pygeoapi is an extensible geosaptial web API framework based in Python that already supports WFS 3.0. This presentation will provide an overview of the project, standards supported, extensibility/plugin framework, real world implementations as well as future plans.
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if this on a friday night and look at it in full. and i know a soul on any rate will walk through a a few different sections all start off with some of the o.t.c. activity and then all talk a little bit about the actual project and features and so on so paul and i are are presenting there's a there's another. the developers in the room so just random book is a iss is mainly contributing on a he's a lot of the old your sort of back and then angelos who most of you know works a lot of the packaging and the placement side of the era of the project so we're happy to have all the myhres if you have any questions with aggressive that's tough there.
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so will give you an overview of the of the project itself. i look back on the commits in the first commit was on valentine's day last year and yet my wife wasn't happy about that but the. i have to buy or something on the way home. still it's a would like to think of it as a deal you special data a.p.i. framework which you can put any kind of web front in the or air or restful front in the p.-i front end on top of it it's already o.t.c. compliant so as part of working in the sec is not as the poll mentioned before we are working with the with would you see an. and also the site team in neck and neck if you will sold their the site tests for for the u.s. three which is the first enter that my g.p. i officially implements have been really helpful for us to cross the line in terms of being fully compliant already know was yoko community project. which is a which we find valuable to be part of the the office you ecosystem and there's a bunch of different people from all sorts of time zone so the time and eight meeting planner is a very valuable tool in our era in our team so there's a lot of contributors and the you could see we stand on the shoulders of a heck of a lot of tools and people in the country. he added. the topic the technical overview is a core abstract a.p.i. so you can actually use pies you a.p.i. and the command line to interact with your data using a web front end is just an extra layer on top so that was by design that didn't happen by an act by accident because there's a server configuration where you can find. server servicemen of data layer connections and so and that's and jamo i'm with regards to supporting open e.p.i. we generate the open a.p.i. document before we deploy a server so if you have an open a p i talked to are few of the configuration and you have a five or six different layers of fuel or datasets. the the open e.p.i. document generator will go through each of those datasets pick up all the fields what they're a data types are and make them part of the open a.p.i. documents so you can know exactly what the fields are in every record and how you can query them and so on. i'm we have a really really robust and powerful plug in framework so we have a framework which allows you to create a plug in any kind of plug in and basically extent as you wish so we have plug ins for data connection so as i mentioned jews to work done a n o g c n n g are. but in which basically opens the doors all multitude of formats i wrote the law sixers plug in for the back end and. george and wrote the news was not here but he's part of this project he implemented i think the spatial like a few other ones as well and we also have plug ins for formats sold the default output is a huge a son and h.t.m.l. that sort of core we also have a plug in for c s b l point so if you. want the data as he has to be so you can think of any format you wish and the and work with it as as you wish it's easy to deploy i'm not sure how long the install thinks will need a one of the time that is well but you can do it through paper or doctor. it's on the open to g.i.'s unstable line now thinks and jewels and it has been minimal dependencies so it can get really simple or if you need to install more complex dependencies you can do that as well but the idea is following the design patter of what's going on and you see which is core an extension so it.
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so bad if you have them if you do need to expose them is that we have s three year old easy a.p.i. features you can just plug them in this way. it's also easy to deploy so as i mentioned there's been too g.i.'s were working on including in in the oyster your life package which some of you a may have heard about obviously we have doctors support. and it's very easy to download the images and and run them. there are some a some examples there so there is there is a after running the doctor you can see test those are dubious as three commands basically so as you can see very straightforward to have to do to interact with the features are now compared to what it would be used to be and that's by virtue of the spec. so here we can see an example of a of some h.t.m.l. in coatings was i mention the spec as a seamless acorah a coral put and them thanks to a pall another's his scheme a dot org has been injured has been implemented. to facilitate a search engine so now you can go on google dataset search and scrape through a notice u p i features so again where be lower barrier web developer friendly all lowering the barriers to extend the reach of the data. more doctor. which will which allows you to sort of scale things as you wish as you can imagine that you can do with was talking. so we already have some production instances. all talk a little bit about one that i work on so as part of the a of neurological service of canada we have a platform called human which is all of our geospatial web services so we include data on no real time whether the climate and water data. so we implemented. we deployed by two e.p.i. is part of one of our climate is one of our climate services projects so it exposes all the a canadian historical hydra metric and climate archives right to a you know hundred fifty years back a kind of thing and you can hit that you are ill and interact with the history and get you know. a time series for entire station of a hydro metric data water levels all the way back to growth and lifetime so. there's also something called that the global soil information system which georgian and and lewis worked on are working on that's part of its rick so they're using my view a.p.i. as well for their for disseminating their this group through features and they've done some really work if you're at you. for all their with jason linked data so you're able to open up a feature and see his relations and so on and so forth so really innovative and and interesting way of in of implementing the o.t.c. a few high spec through to a p i. so where do we go from here so that this project is a year and a half old or so it had a lot of it it had and has a lot of energy and happy to see all the people in the room i'm from from consent from the the initial thinking. into having something on the web it took us maybe three days which is really thinks of the simplicity and the straightforwardness of the new all the specifications so again i can't say enough about the new agency new o.t.c. a.p.i. efforts so i courage you also take a look at those and fall those and that's basically. going to be the future of our standards based just patient information exchange as a result was very easy for us to do initially to do in implementation so obviously we have plans to add more data providers so more back and if you if you will content negotiations i mention that you can get. i features into to a son or h.t.m.l.. we're looking at adding that responses to provide a g.o.p. package or or other formats. in the old you see we're working on advanced filter specification as part of the new program soul of the pipe to a.p.i. project this is his following that to see what the filtering capabilities going to be it's going to get a lot simpler than the o.t.c. filter x m l that some of us have been working with for better or for worse somebodies laugh as you like.
yeah it's also of us are showing that the pain of working with that bellies we can laugh about it now i'm and more and more a.p.i. selected think we said the the the o.t.c. a.p.i. effort is spending all the different types of specifications maps tiles processes coverages and so on so art our goal is to try to implement it.
much of them as possible and to have somebody deploy applies to a.p.i. instance and load it with coverages features and spit them out and it really easy the search engine web developer friendly way. i support. so there's a number of different of different does support mechanisms i'm obviously we have a full slate you look at who are or who are more helpful and have been participating on the project which is more than appreciated. there's also a joost. for to before on angelo so there's number of different support mechanisms if you need a development or deployment support.
here's some links so have basically everything's their take a look at what you will have any questions there's the mailing list as well as a gator channel. the online demonstration. that's pretty much as i'd like to thank all of you for coming i'd like to thank everybody this contributed to the project on this is again as i mention this morning the new wave of o.t.c. and the the the interaction with almost you is is it's a good sort of synergy and we're happy to be involved.
an exciting times or ed page. you. thank you don't win ball where we have a few minutes for questions so we start with which you might. you know what the first few planned extensions are going to be. they are talking about the the query extension so they need to define a query predicate language and that's one is being actively work done this and there's a o.t.c. activity with on me in november so that's one of the extensions that they're talking about. that i know of anyone. a. we'll be able to support old nurse is w. and the new on a against the same data provider. i'm. that's a good question soul for for something like the us we do have a rapper which allowed all the catalogue only i think the catalogue only aam this will have a well initially were going with a catalogue for but we can implement something the base. sickly proxies to a to a previous version of the catalogue to so that's possible as well. other questions. up. another going to their next year. well as on at the mall with a will it be easy to import the pipe to a.b.i. into existing general public asian and published a p i the jungle view. good question so all the way the way it works now is there's a about this is sort of python a.p.i. and on top we have flask on top of that the flask implements basically the end points which are really small roots and sends it over to buy the the pies you a p i a p. i so you can just build a jungle view on top of that which is very minimal all you have to do is defined the roots which are very simple very minimal so iran one hundred lines you can put django front and and then you can hook in that way. yeah. yep this contribute yeah thank you. about this is the year as the of political do you plan to let the difference rendering the engines to develop a plug in its the two to act as a rendering of the machine or do you intend to. to implement your own rendering tool because there are two j.s. joseph her and and so on. that's a good question worse still a lot of questions were still sort of thinking through that like on the python side and i'm like you say there's a lot of different rendering engine other that we can use so how that actually looks is to be determined but i mean we're not going to reinvent the wheel there's something. in the week in just build off of and we're just going to use that so but we're also waiting on your p.c. maps and tiles to evolve and see what that looks like so. anyone else. you. i hear you said you had a plastic surgeon back enter answer any plans to implement a post just back and soria neglected to mention that there is a post just back and yet i hadn't seen them west and yeah yeah yeah george is going to kill me he implemented it. now there's a post is back and actually there's a post grass and then is opposed grass plus posed is often nation. and what else. i. what think everyone for coming for joining or having a does doesn't interest for that type of stuff as you can tell from the room so the next thought.
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