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Title: Creating Internet Content Networks for Environmental Health and Safety: Panel and Workshop


1
Creating Internet Content Networks for
Environmental Health and Safety Panel and
Workshop
  • Information Sharing Intelligence
  • for Public Safety, Law Enforcement Military
  • Sheraton National Hotel Arlington, Washington,
    DC
  • Brand Niemann, Chair, and Participants
  • Office of Environmental Information
  • US Environmental Protection Agency
  • October 25, 2002

2
Schedule
  • Panel, 1145 a.m. 1230 p.m.
  • Brief introductions and highlights from each
    participant followed by questions and answers.
  • Workshop, 130 4 p.m.
  • Presentations by each participant with a break
    and questions and answers.

3
Overview
  • 1. Introduction The Federal CIO Councils XML
    Web Services Initiative, Brand Niemann
  • 2. Non-Profit Earth 911, Michael McCabe
  • 3. Military Army Corp of Engineers, Richard
    Tynes
  • 4. Civilian DISER Program, David Eng,
    Distributed Explorit, Abe Lederman, National
    Environmental Information Exchange Network, Brand
    Niemann, and the National Environmental Public
    Health Tracking Network, Joseph Reid
  • 5. Vendor Real-time Directory Listings and
    VoiceXML, Gary Mortensen and Dan Buan
  • 6. Vendor Distributed Content Authoring and
    Publishing, Ed Scrivani
  • 7. Questions and Answers

4
1. Introduction The Federal CIO Councils XML
Web Services Initiative
  • Brand Niemann, Computer Scientist and XML Web
    Services Solutions Architect, US EPA, and
    Affinity Group Lead for the CIO Councils
    Architecture and Infrastructure Committees Web
    Services Initiative.
  • Lets make sure the e-Gov projects implement
    enough XML Web Services so they are universally
    accessible and interoperable with one another so
    we dont end up with 24 better portals, but still
    stovepipes. For example the XML Collaborator is
    built on Web Services standards to support the
    development, use, and re-use of Web Services so
    every component has a Web Services interface.

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1. Introduction The Federal CIO Councils XML
Web Services Initiative
  • The Federal CIO Council has reorganized its
    Architecture and Infrastructure Committee (AIC)
    to include the CTOs and provide more input into
    policy planning through three subcommittees
  • Architecture ongoing maintenance of the federal
    enterprise architecture.
  • Component Architecture update and maintain the
    library of hardware and software components used
    by agencies.
  • Emerging technologies evaluate and recommend
    new technologies, such as Web Services.

6
1. Introduction The Federal CIO Councils XML
Web Services Initiative
  • XML Web Services for e-Government
  • Education and Outreach
  • FedWeb Fall 02 Turning Web Sites into Web
    Services Solutions for Government, October
    28-29, 2002, George Mason University, Arlington,
    VA (http//www.fedweb.org)
  • XML 2002 Conference and Exposition, December
    8-13, 2002, Baltimore Convention Center, Opening
    Keynote (Bob Haycock, Manager of OMBs Federal
    Enterprise Architecture Program Management
    Office) and Exhibit (http//www.xmlconference.org)

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1. Introduction The Federal CIO Councils XML
Web Services Initiative
  • XML Web Services for e-Government
  • Participation in Standards Organizations
  • Key XML Specifications and Standards (ZapThink
    2002) - Over 450 standards in existence with 135
    key specifications categorized by Core XML,
    Document-oriented, Message-Oriented, and
    Community Vocabularies representing eight
    standards organizations. See http//www.zapthink.c
    om/reports/poster.html
  • Attended W3Cs Web Services Architecture (WSA)
    and Description (WSD) Working Groups (September
    9-13, 2002)

8
ZapThink XML Standards Poster!Over 135 XML and
Web Services Standards At-a-Glance
9
1. Introduction The Federal CIO Councils XML
Web Services Initiative
XML Web Services for e-Government Participation
in the Solutions Architects Working Group
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1. Introduction The Federal CIO Councils XML
Web Services Initiative
  • XML Web Services for e-Government
  • Pilot Projects
  • Extending Digital Dividends Public Goods and
    Services that Work for All, Federal Architecture
    and Infrastructure Committee of the CIO Council
    and GSA Office of Governmentwide Policy, 2002
    (contains Digital Talking Book on CD-ROM - can be
    VoiceXML enabled, 30 discount at GPO on XML
    content for dissemination, training available).
  • VoiceXML for e-Gov and Universal Access Pilots.
  • LandView 5 and 6 Pilots for the Geospatial
    Information One-Stop e-Gov Initiative.
  • Distributed Content Management and Networking.
  • XML Collaborator XML Design Collaboration and
    Registration Software for the Multi-government
    XML Data Exchange Network Pilots.

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1. Introduction The Federal CIO Councils XML
Web Services Initiative
  • XML Web Services for e-Government
  • Meetings
  • Start regular meetings to select leads for the
    top 20 priorities and other pilot projects and
    have them report progress.
  • Support from the Industry Advisory Council for
    vendor involvement in the pilot projects
    (http//www.iaconline.org)
  • Regular status reports and demonstrations at the
    CIOCs Universal Access Collaboration Workshops
    (November 12 and December 10, 2002, and January
    14, 2003, scheduled so far).

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1. Introduction The Federal CIO Councils XML
Web Services Initiative
  • XML Web Services for e-Government
  • Report Card - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates
    graded his company's .Net progress as follows
  • Rallying the industry around XML and Web services
    protocols.
  • Grade A
  • Visual Studio .Net tools and runtime
    infrastructure that support the building and
    deployment of Web services.
  • Grade A
  • Progress in "building-block services" that would
    enable a company to "call out" to get storage
    capabilities or access a common schedule.
  • Grade C

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1. Introduction The Federal CIO Councils XML
Web Services Initiative
  • XML Web Services for e-Government
  • Report Card - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates
    graded his company's .Net progress as follows
    (continued)
  • Progress in promoting the idea of software as a
    service, "paid for on a yearly basis and being
    automatically updated and improved across all
    your different devices.
  • Grade C
  • Federationthe idea that disparate systems, such
    as authentication services, can connect in
    trusted fashion between consenting companies or
    groups of organizations.
  • Grade I
  • Microsoft's work on "transformative user
    experiences" that happen as a result of "rich XML
    coming down to your system.
  • Grade I
  • Note I stands for Incomplete.

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Coming Attractions
  • Grid Service (peer-to-peer video and data over
    the Internet) for XML Collaboration, GIS, and
    Health Care
  • CIO Councils Collaboration Expedition Workshop,
    November 12, 2002, National Science Foundation,
    Ballston, VA.
  • Situation Room
  • EPA plans data-rich situation room,
    http//www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/2002/0729/tec-epa-
    07-29-02.asp (see next slide).
  • Improving Business Outcomes Through
    Partnerships, EPA GIS Day Demonstrations and
    Poster, November 19, 2002, 10 a.m. 4 p.m.,
    Polaris Suite, Reagan International Trade Center,
    Washington, D.C.
  • Data Mining
  • 1st Annual Data Mining for Military and
    Government Applications Forum, Washington, D.C.,
    February 25-26, 2003, Insightful Corporation
    products for text and image mining on EPA and
    other databases.

15
Coming Attractions
  • EPA plans data-rich situation room - Room with a
    view
  • The Environmental Protection Agency is developing
    an emergency response situation room that will
    rely largely on geographic information systems,
    collaboration and decision-support tools.
  • The room will come in three forms
  • 1. A dashboard, or desktop computer application,
    that packages readily available information.
  • 2. A virtual room that integrates data EPA
    employees consider important to monitoring
    environmental indicators and spotting trends.
  • 3. A physical room where experts can gather and
    collaborate during a crisis.

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Coming Attractions
LandView 5 on Web-connected DVD
http//landview.census.gov
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CAMEO Computer Aided Management of Emergency
Operations
  • A system of software applications from EPA and
    NOAA used widely to plan for and respond to
    chemical emergencies and to assist front-line
    chemical emergency planners and responders to
    access, store, and evaluate information critical
    for developing emergency plans.
  • http//www.epa.gov/ceppo/cameo/index.htm
  • Training
  • http//www.epa.gov/ceppo/cameo/cam-evnt.htm
  • Updated Census 2000 Maps Download
  • http//www.epa.gov/ceppo/cameo/marmaps/
  • Can also be used with LandView to display U.S.
    EPA, U.S. Census, and U.S. Geological Survey data
    and maps.

18
Coming Attractions
Population Estimation XML Web Service
19
Coming Attractions
Universal Access to Geo-referenced Web Content
20
Coming Attractions
Galdos Viewer for US Census Data
21
Standing Offer
  • Provide assistance to
  • Make legacy databases more accessible and
    interoperable with XML Web Services.
  • Build new databases based on open collaboration
    and standards (XML Web Services) that are more
    accessible and interoperable.
  • Promote the use of XML Web Services for both
    horizontal and vertical information sharing and
    exchange across multiple levels of government.
  • Develop data models that integrate unstructured
    and structured content and relational and
    non-relational (e.g. XML) databases of government
    information that can be used with XML Web
    Services.

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2. Non-Profit Earth 911
  • Michael McCabe, Earth 911 Chairman of the Board,
    and former EPA Deputy Administrator.
  • Government should stop looking at the number of
    portals they can put up and rely on a few private
    channels to provide information to the public
    (Stephen Goldsmith, E-Gov advisor to President
    Bush, April 16, 2002).

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2. Non-Profit Earth 911
  • Started in Arizona in 1991.
  • Recognized by EPA and others in 1995 with a
    Presidential Environmental Technology Initiative
    grant to expand nationwide dubbing it Earths
    911.
  • Recipient of the Stockholm Challenge Award for
    Information Technology in September 2001 (742
    nominations from 90 countries). Referred to as
    the Nobel Prize for the IT society.
  • Recently called the future of e-government by
    allowing thousands to upload their community
    information through a password protected user
    interface and be made available to the public in
    real time (Web and 800 phone number).
  • Earth 911 model replicated to Pets 911 with the
    goal of ending the needless euthanasia of over 5
    million healthy adoptable pets in the United
    States.
  • Uses state-of-the-art hardware and software
    technology (ATT, Hewlett-Packard, and Microsoft)
    including Visual Studio.Net for XML Web Services
    with information organized by ZIP code and state.
  • The Earth 911 Foundation is a 501 (c) 3
    non-profit organization with a staff of about 40
    support by grants and contributions.

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2. Non-Profit Earth 911
http//earth911.org
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2. Non-Profit Earth 911
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3. Military Army Corp of Engineers
  • Rick Tynes, U.S. Army Engineer Research and
    Development Center, Topographic Engineering
    Center.
  • Extensive research experience in image
    processing, feature classification and pattern
    recognition of aerial imagery. More recent work
    efforts have involved Web-based robots, search
    engines, Web clients, and integrating middleware
    software to the Web. Current efforts include
    geospatial data portals, Web interactive map
    applications, multimodal user interfaces,
    distributed computing and XML standards and
    applications. Interested in pervasive
    dissemination of information.

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3. Military Army Corp of Engineers
  • XML Maps and Collaboration
  • Any Web Map information is accessible via
    Telephone
  • Weather
  • eMail
  • EPA Computer-Aided Management of Emergency
    Operations
  • EPA sites and site reports
  • Telephone messages and text collaboration
    messages
  • FAA Notices To Airmen (NOTAM)
  • USGS Gazetteer
  • NGS Survey Markers
  • Census TIGER, road network (intersections)

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3. Military Army Corp of Engineers
  • POTS to Web
  • Web ? POTS ? Web
  • User initiates call via phone or Web
  • Web retrieves phone messages
  • Phone updates Web page

Phone
Web
Web
Web
Web
Phone
Phone
email
VoiceXML Web Collaboration
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3. Military Army Corp of Engineers
  • - -
  • -   Voice X M L
    Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations
    services, query fluorine, chemical name fluorine.
    NOAA number 764.   -
  •  
  • query top description (first aid)
    (health hazard) (fire hazard) properties
    reactivity  
  • Say Description, Health Hazard,
    Properties, Fire Hazard, First Aid, or Reactivity
    for information about fluorine, or 'query' to get
    another chemical. -
  •  
    fluorine general description.  
    fluorine is a pale yellow gas with a
    pungent odor. it is toxic by inhalation and skin
    absorption. contact with skin in lower than
    lethal concentrations causes chemical burns. it
    reacts with water to form hydrofluoric acid and
    oxygen. it is corrosive to most common materials.
    it reacts with most combustible materials to the
    point that ignition occurs. under prolonged
    exposure to fire or intense heat the containers
    may violently rupture and rocket.. Returning to
    top.  
  •   -
  •  
    poisonous may be fatal if inhaled.

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4. Civilian DISER Program
  • David Eng, Technology Innovation Office (on
    rotational assignment from the Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response, Office of Solid
    Waster and Emergency Response), US EPA.
  • Strategic Plan for Homeland Security, US EPA,
    September 2002, 53 pages, see http//www.epa.gov/e
    pahome/headline_100202.htm
  • Goal 4 EPA will advance the state of the
    knowledge in the areas relevant to homeland
    security to provide first responders and decision
    makers with tools and the scientific and
    technical understanding they need to manage
    existing and potential threats to homeland
    security.
  • Distributed Integrated Security and Emergency
    Response (DISER) Content Management Framework
    (White Paper, October 2002, 6 pages).

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4. Civilian DISER Program
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4. Civilian DISER Program
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4. Civilian DISER Program
646 files totaling 73.4 MB
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4. Civilian DISER Program
Secure Web Site
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4. Civilian Distributed Explorit
  • Abe Lederman, President and CTO, Deep Web
    Technologies (see http//www.deepwebtech.com/).
  • Founder of Deep Web Technologies and Innovative
    Web Applications and co-founder of Verity.
    Developer of Explorit Deep Web Search software
    for the US Department of Energy and DoD Defense
    Technical Information Center. Developed the
    search capabilities of the new Science.Gov Web
    site, a collaboration of 10 Federal agencies,
    providing integrated access to some of the
    databases of these agencies.

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4. Civilian Distributed Explorit
  • Federal Computer Week got it right when it said
    that distributed searching of heterogeneous
    databases is the holy grail for the creation of
    digital libraries. Walter Warnick, Ph.D.,
    Director, DOE Office of Scientific and Technical
    Information (OSTI).
  • Used in OSTI applications
  • Preprint Network http//preprints.osti.gov
  • Energy Files http//www.osti.gov/EnergyFiles/
  • GrayLit Network http//graylit.osti.gov

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4. Civilian Distributed Explorit
http//esn.osti.gov/
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4. Civilian Distributed Explorit
  • With the proliferation of portals, the Gartner
    Group has coined the term Uber Portal for a
    portal that sits on top of the portals (The
    Gartner Group, Emerging Internet Technologies,
    Local Briefing, June 27, 2001, page 19).
  • Enhance the Distributed Explorit software for
    usein building an Uber Portal by including the
    following
  • Web Service compliant interface.
  • Output of search results in both HTML and XML.
  • Support for querying with XQuery when this W3C
    standard is finalized.

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4. Civilian National Environmental Information
Exchange Network
  • Blueprint for a National Environmental Exchange
    Network by the National Blueprint Team released
    in the spring of 2001 which recommended
  • the exclusive use of XML as the common basic
    interchange language for data flows and
  • simplified versions of the tools (e-commerce
    servers), technologies (XML), and security levels
    be applied to the business of environmental
    agencies.
  • An Implementation Plan was approved by the
    State/EPA Information Management Workgroup in
    February 2002.
  • A Network Steering Board has been established and
    25 million in grants are about to be awarded to
    start building the network. A large contract has
    been awarded to build EPAs node on the network
    called Central Data Exchange.
  • The initial focus is on the submission of about
    1M standardized XML data files from the states
    per year.

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4. Civilian National Environmental Information
Exchange Network
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4. Civilian EPA and CDC/ATSDR Grants
  • Significant funding is being made available to
    states and tribes that will contribute to an
    exchange of environmental and public health data
    as follows
  • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    (HHS) are providing 1.1 billion in funding to
    prepare for bioterrorist attacks.
  • EPA is providing 25 million in grants funds to
    participate in building the National
    Environmental Information Exchange Network (The
    Exchange Network).
  • The Center for Disease Control and Prevention
    (CDC) distributed 14.2 million in Sept 2002 to
    20 State/Local Health Departments and 3 Schools
    of Public Health to develop a National
    Environmental Public Health Tracking Network.
  • The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease
    Registry (ATSDR) provided 400,000 to three
    states for asthma pilot projects.
  • See http//www.epa.gov/neengprg/2002pressrelease.h
    tml
  • http//www.cdc.gov/nceh/tracking
  • http//www.sso.org/ecos/Asthma2/health_tracking_gr
    ants.htm
  • and http//www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/2002/0909/web-
    trw-09-12-02.asp

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4. Civilian National Environmental Public Health
Tracking Network
  • September 30, 2002 - EPA and HHS Partner to
    Improve Environmental and Public Health Data
  • EPA Administrator Christie Whitman and Department
    of Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy
    Thompson signed a MOU to share environmental and
    public health data, and to collaborate on the
    development of environmental public health
    indicators to track environmental conditions over
    time and on creating Internet information portals
    (one stop) for viewing information from several
    agencies. HHS, in partnership with EPA, will
    develop a comprehensive Nationwide Health
    Tracking Network to monitor where diseases occur
    and potential links to environmental factors.

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4. Civilian National Environmental Public Health
Tracking Network
  • Joseph Reid, Ph.D., CDC Distinguished Fellow,
    Associate Director For Science, Information
    Resources Management Office, Center for Disease
    Control, Atlanta, GA.
  • EPA Office of Environmental Information National
    Meeting, Atlanta, GA, Nov. 5-6, 2002
  • HHS/EPA Partnerships in Information
    Exchange-Richard Jackson, Director, National
    Center for Environmental Health, Centers for
    Disease Control and Prevention.

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4. Civilian National Environmental Public Health
Tracking Network
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4. Civilian National Environmental Public Health
Tracking Network-Program Goals
  • Develop and implement comprehensive programs in
    all 50 states, DC, the U.S. territories, and
    among tribal nations.
  • A coordinated, integrated, standards based
    Environmental Public Health Tracking Network
  • Improved, sustainable public health resources
  • Infrastructure
  • Response capacity
  • Mechanisms for data dissemination

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4. Civilian National Environmental Public Health
Tracking Network-Program Priorities
  • Chronic diseases and other health effects with
    possible environmental etiology
  • Environment chemicals, physical agents,
    biomechanical stressors, biological toxins
  • Focus determined by HP 2010, Pew Report, State
    priorities
  • Supplement, not supplant existing resources
  • Compatible with NEDSS, BT, EPAs National
    Environmental Information Exchange Network.

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4. Civilian Demonstration Project for Combining
Environmental and Public Health Information
Content
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5. Real-time Directory Listings and VoiceXML
  • Gary Mortensen, Qsent, Inc. (http//www.qsent.com)
  • Real-time telephone company records to help
    businesses control fraud, ship packages to the
    right location, and power enterprise processes
    with the high level of accuracy necessary to make
    confident economic decisions because obsolete or
    inaccurate contact information is costly for
    business in directory assistance expenditures,
    lost opportunities, and customer satisfaction.
  • Dan Buan, RealSoft, Inc. (http//www.realsoftinc.c
    om)
  • An enterprise solutions provider focusing on
    providing packaged voice solutions to government
    that provide better service to the citizen at
    lower costs. Head of the Section 508 Alliance, an
    alliance of companies that provides one-stop
    shopping for organizations that need to comply
    with the federal governments accessibility
    regulation under the same name using technologies
    such as voice to aid persons who are blind or are
    visually impaired.

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5. Real-time Directory Listings and VoiceXML
  • Qsent Features
  • Over 145 million residential, business and
    government listings (99). Every record verified
    through phone installation and account activation
    with credit history.
  • 250,000 to 500,000 updates daily
  • Four searches methods
  • U.S. Residential search for an individual
  • U.S. Business and Government search for
    business or government agencies
  • Reverse Lookup search by telephone number
  • U.S. All search all directories at once
  • Geographic searches
  • City Surround expand search incrementally from
    city center (lowest ZIP)
  • Neighborhood Search search by neighborhoods
    using ZIP4

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5. Real-time Directory Listings and VoiceXML

Qsents iQ411 Applications Interactive,
Integrated, Batch
MapPoint
  • iQ411 Interactive is a web-based directory
    information service that provides real-time,
    daily updated, definitively accurate data for
    residential, business and government listings for
    the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
  • iQ411 Integrated provides real-time system
    integration using the industry-standard XML API
    to send and receive XML messages and data.
  • iQ411 Batch provides off-line processing via
    automated FTP services for accurate appending and
    validation of phone numbers and address
    information.

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5. Real-time Directory Listings and VoiceXML
  • Qsent Verification of EPA Regulated Facilities
  • Qsent was able to return at least one match in
    1,753 out of 2,533 records in the EPA EnviroFacts
    Data Warehouse in the Portland, OR, area (69).
  • A more thorough analysis of the matching results
    between the Qsent and EPA Facility databases
    would yield improvements in the EPA Facility
    database.
  • Example (see next slide)
  • EPA records show Associated Hose Products at 801
    SE Alders in Portland.
  • iQ411 shows Associated Hose Products at 130 SE
    7th Avenue and provides a phone number.

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5. Real-time Directory Listings and VoiceXML
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5. Real-time Directory Listings and VoiceXML
Perform Emergency Notification and Data
Collection with VoiceXML
Simulated Contamination From Umatilla Army Depot
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5. Real-time Directory Listings and VoiceXML
  • RSIs VXML solution using IBM's Via Voice product
    line
  • Voice enables applications so that callers can
    speak their menu selections instead of using the
    telephone keypad.
  • Provides the caller the ability to navigate
    throughout the application without following any
    particular sequence.
  • Allows an option for "barge-in" which allows the
    caller to interrupt the applications dialog and
    speak their selection.
  • Creates synthesized voice using text-to-speech
    converters directly from stored text.
  • Eliminates the need to maintain pre-recorded
    voice segments.
  • Interfaces with Qsents iQ411 to provide
    real-time directory information.

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5. Real-time Directory Listings and VoiceXML
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5. Real-time Directory Listings and VoiceXML
  • Customer dials 411
  • Can you give me the address for (202) 260-2090?
  • VXML Platform intelligently redirects the call to
    Voice Server.
  • VXML server plays the operator and gets
    relevant information.
  • Information is relayed to iQ411 servers over the
    internet.
  • iQ411 servers respond to the request in real-time
    returning all the relevant information.
  • Information is presented to the customer via
    voice
  • The address is 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
    Washington, DC 20460.

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6. Distributed Content Authoring and Publishing
  • Ed Scrivani, Major Account Executive, NextPage.
  • NextPage NXT 3 P2P Platform
  • Andy Warzecha, The META Group, 3/12/2002
  • If companies want to do cross-enterprise content
    management, NextPage has the solution
  • "Content networks provide a way for users to
    simultaneously access Internet sites, databases,
    intranets and other formal or informal content
    resources as if the content existed in a single
    location."
  • "The advantage of this approach is that new
    content sources can be added quickly ... This
    puts power in the hands of business users to
    quickly tie in or disconnect the various content
    sources they require access to." (see next slide)
  • Peer-to-peer Every device connected to the
    network is both a server and consumer of content.

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6. Distributed Content Authoring and Publishing
  • NextPage Triad
  • End-to-end solution for managing and delivering
    content
  • NextPage Contenta
  • Author, manage and assemble content quickly and
    easily
  • NextPage NXT 3
  • Integrated Access to Distributed Content
  • NextPage Solo
  • Content Access for Disconnected Users

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6. Distributed Content Authoring and Publishing
NextPage Contenta
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6. Distributed Content Authoring and Publishing
NextPage NXT 3
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6. Distributed Content Authoring and Publishing
FedGov Content Network Pilot
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7. Questions and Answers
  • Schedule Reminder
  • Workshop, 130 4 p.m.
  • Presentations by each participants with a break
    and questions and answers.
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