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Development of Contents on the Marine Meteorology Service by Meteorology and Climate Big Data
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 Title & Authors
Development of Contents on the Marine Meteorology Service by Meteorology and Climate Big Data
Yoon, Hong-Joo;
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 Abstract
Currently, there is increasing demand for weather information, however, providing meteorology and climate information is limited. In order to improve them, supporting the meteorology and climate big data platform use and training the meteorology and climate big data specialist who meet the needs of government, public agencies and corporate, are required. Meteorology and climate big data requires high-value usable service in variety fields, and it should be provided personalized service of industry-specific type for the service extension and new content development. To provide personalized service, it is essential to build the collaboration ecosystem at the national level. Building the collaboration ecosystem environment, convergence of marine policy and climate policy, convergence of oceanography and meteorology and convergence of R&D basic research and applied research are required. Since then, demand analysis, production sharing information, unification are able to build the collaboration ecosystem.
 Keywords
Big Data;Meteorology and Climate Information;Marine Meteorology Service;Cloud Computing;IoT(Internet of Things);
 Language
Korean
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