Under the patronage of The President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Working Group 5 Applications showcase
Will evaluate real examples of existing networks and technology for Environmental Information Networking (EIN) and related purposes to develop “quick win” scenarios as proof of concepts. This aims to identify applications that can be leveraged to connect on-going efforts in various countries such that commitments are made for the sharing of data, content and standards.
As part of this effort, existing and emerging technologies and networks (technical and human) will be identified such that these can be showcased during the Summit’s sessions and Exhibition. This Working Group will work in an integrated manner with the other Working Groups.
The primary initial themes to be addressed by this Working Group include the following::
- Identification of existing and emerging EIN related technologies
- Leveraging and promoting existing, good example networks
- Identifying and developing quick win scenarios for EIN
- Identifying and building collaborative partnerships between existing networks
- Gaining commitments for the sharing of data, content and standards
2011 Group Members:
Bert Jansen, European Environment Agency (EEA)
Kate Chapman, Humanitarian Open Streetmap
Lawrence Hislop, UNEP GRID-Arendal
Kate Krukiel, Microsoft
John Calkins, Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI)
Morton Saulo, Kenya National Environment Management Authority
Lauretta Burke, World Resources Institute (WRI)
Ahmed Talaat, Kuwait NEPA
Elizabeth Barry, Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science
Craig Mills, UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre (WCMC)
Johnathan Eyler-Werve, Global Integrity
A White paper demonstrating the key issues, challenges, opportunities and way forward produced by the Applications Showcase Working Group can be accessed below:
- DownloadWP1 – Applications Showcase White Paper, final.pdf
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