>From: "Valentijn Venus" <address@hidden> >Organization: ? >Keywords: 200408050006.i7506ZaW006360 McIDAS MSG Hi Valentijn, Well, after three abstracts and a LOT of other stuff, I finally have time to get to your inquiry. Sorry for the wait... >another message to keep you up-to-date on my latest developments. at the >moment the ADDE server is working well using a sample of MSG-1 images >provided by EUMETSAT. Which format are you using? The McIDAS-X distribution supports two different file types for MSG data through two different servers: msgtadir.cp -- XRIT msgtaget.cp -- XRIT msgxadir.cp -- ?? (native?) msgxaget.cp -- ?? (native?) >The HRV data (band 12) are unencrypted and in Native format, and >2003/12/12 13.30 consists of 176 segmented files (excl. PRO and PERI >metadatailes). >A similair scene as we receive it contain only 24 (much bigger) segments >(filenaming looks similair), and when i try to serve this McIDAS tells me >tere are no bands/data in the group. > >Have you ever encountered this problem? No, I havn't. I must add that I have not played around with the MSG data all that much, so my not having experienced the problem you are seeing means little or nothing. >From: "Valentijn Venus" <address@hidden> >Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2004 23:46:32 +0200 >Btw, how is McIDAS compiling in 64-bit for an AMD64 system? I built McIDAS on our dual Opteron 64-bit machine back in late June/early July and had no problems that I can recall. We have not keep this build around for testing since we have been experimenting with different OSes on the box (Fedora Core 1 for 64 bit; FreeBSD 5.2). >From: Valentijn Venus >Sent: Wed 8/4/2004 23:36 >If i understood well the 2004 McIDAS upgrade will read the raw, transmitted >METEOSAT 8 files. These we receive from EUMETSAT by a satellite dish mounted >on the top of our roof. Is this through EUMETCAST? >The server runs on a Windows XP OS and stores the >segmented files received through a DVB system on a shared drive. OK. I have had two meeting with Volker Gartner, Head of EUMETSAT User Services, about setting up an ADDE server for the METEOSAT data at EUMETSAT. The idea is to get the folks at EUMETSAT using remote access methods first, then get the member state's researchers interested, and then see if the service could be opened up. There are many steps and pitfalls between the first effort and the goal, but I am hopeful that we can make progress. >since i >won't be able to participate in this years Workshop, i'm looking for some >documentation/guidance on how to set up an ADDE server for MSG-1 for internal >research/educational use. I think another of your emails shows that you got past this point even though your earlier email showed a bit of a misunderstanding: >>Just added a couple of EUMESAT MSG-1 images using: >>DDSERVE MSG/HRV MSGT TYPE=IMAGE >>DIRFILE='/home/mcidas/data/H*MSG1*HRV*2004080112 00*' OK, this creates the dataset with group name MSG and descriptor HRV. >>McIDAS tells me the command completed succesfully. The i added the ADDE to >>the client routing table using: >>DATALOC ADD MSG_LOC ADDESERVER.ITC.NL Two things: - if you created the dataset locally, then you don't have to run DATALOC to locate it -- unless -- you want to access it through the remote ADDE server interface - since the dataset you created has group name MSG, the DATALOC command would be: DATALOC ADD MSG ADDESERVER.ITC.NL This also assumes that the fully qualified hostname of the ADDE server machine is ADDESERVER.ITC.NL. >>Then i tried to display the data using: >>IMGDISP MSG_LOC/HRV.-1 1 MAG=-6 BAND=4 >>or >>IMGDISP MSG_LOC/FD The first thing to do is verify that the ADDE group name is recognized by the server: DSINFO IMAGE MSG_LOC If these return nothing, then you are asking for the wrong ADDE dataset group. >I could send you some sample files if that helps... At some point, I wouldn't mind getting sets of example data that works and doesn't work so I can better understand the formats. >I also came across a message in the archive that mentioned a way to >calculate satellite and sun angles for METEOSAT data (by Miguel Angel). >I would very much appreciate it for some radiative transfer modelling.... Yes. I believe that he sent along the program in his email. If he didn't, it might be best to contact him directly to get his latest version of the code. >>Also an updated DATALOC listing (ADDELIST.TXT) would be very welcome. What would be more useful is the URL for the list of Publically Accessible ADDE servers: http://my.unidata.ucar.edu/content/software/mcidas/adde_servers.html Sending you the contents of ADDESITE.TXT would not give you a complete listing of what servers are out there. Cheers, Tom -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publically available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us. >Date: Fri, 06 Aug 2004 12:18:36 +0000 >From: "Miguel A. Martinez" <address@hidden> >To: Valentijn Venus <address@hidden> >CC: address@hidden >Subject: Re: MSG-1 through ADDE >Dear Valentijn and Tom >At INM, the METEOSAT-8 (MSG-1) is operated with the McIDAS software. >The EUMETCAST channel of the MSG is received using a PC with the >Tellique software and the files are decompressed and sent to a SUN >worsktation using another PC with VCS software. The HRIT native files >are served using an INM secondary ADDE server that use the MSGT >calibration and navigation modules. I think that this specific MSGT >calibration and navigation has been incorporated to the McIDAS2004 >version (but I am not sure). The MSGT calibration and navigation are not >the MSGX default cal. and nav. modules for MSG in previous versions. >In order to calculate sun angles and satellite zenith angles, I use now >for MSG the temporary files of SAFNWC software packages. This software >package has been developed in the framework EUMETSAT SAF policy. In >Autum EUMETSAT will release the first operational version (SAFNWC MSG >v1.1) to the national meteorological services members of EUMETSAT >(http://nwcsaf.inm.es). At INM we also operate the SAFNWC products (on >HDF-5 files) with McIDAS software using another secondary ADDE server. >Miguel A. Martinez >-- >Dr. Miguel A. Martinez Rubio > Jefe Unidad Satelites. Servicio de Teledeteccion > Instituto Nacional de Meteorologia (I.N.M.). Madrid. SPAIN > e-mail: address@hidden Tfno: +34 91 5819 662 > Fax: +34 91 5819 846 Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 14:08:59 +0200 From: "Valentijn Venus" <address@hidden> Subject: RE: MSG-1 through ADDE To: "Valentijn Venus" <address@hidden>, "Miguel Angel Martrinez" <address@hidden> Cc: <address@hidden> Dear Miguel, Thanks for your swift reply. You noted that the Tellique software received files are first decompressed and then as HRIT native files served using an ADDE server. Does McIDAS also support ADDE serving the raw, compressed Tellique software received files? Kind regards,=20 Valentijn=20 V. Venus, M.Sc.=20 Researcher/Lecturer in RS/GIS for Food Security ITC P.O.Box 6 7500 AA Enschede The Netherlands Tel: +31-53-4874549 Fax:+31-53-4874388=20
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