One of the core benefits of adhering to open standards is the ability to exchange geospatial data in an open, interoperable manner. This ability is key when dealing with heterogeneous software components and architectures that need to communicate with each other. An example that is being investigated within the OGC's Geo4NIEM initiative is the achievement of Maritime Domain Awareness. Within this initiative, Luciad is using its OGC-compatible software components to demonstrate the
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As the first intern to work for the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), I feel honored to share my intern experiences with this great organization.
From February to the present time, I have worked as a Marketing and Communications Intern in OGC. My internship will end in August. Most of my tasks are aimed to help promote OGC among target audiences and facilitate the communication between OGC and its respected members.
Yesterday, I bought a print of an old map: Virginiae Item et Floridae. This map was drawn in the early 1600s by Jodocus Hondius, an expert cartographer who produced it from several existing maps by experts. In the style of the time, this map was created by an elite cartographer for an elite group of users.