Lance McKee's blog

OGC’s future and mine as an OGC member

  • Posted on: 1 April 2016
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Lance McKee, Senior Staff Writer, OGC

 
It was a great personal pleasure for me to attend the the 98th OGC Technical Committee Meeting earlier this month at the World Bank in Washington, DC. The venue, attendees and scope of important work made me immensely proud of the organization that I have served for more than 21 years.
 

OGC's potential role in "Scaling up Responsible Land Governance"

Geospatial technologies help the World Bank to effectively serve its client governments, particularly in the sphere of land management and economic development. Land management involves many domains: law, government, real estate, water, forestry, agriculture, banking, community development, and others.

World Ozone & Ultraviolet Radiation Data Centre provides data discovery and access through interfaces implementing OGC standards

  • Posted on: 9 June 2015
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Tom Kralidis, Data Management, Meteorological Service of Canada

The World Ozone and Ultraviolet (UV) Radiation Data Centre (WOUDC) is one of six World Data Centres which are part of the Global Atmosphere Watch programme of the World Meteorological Organization.

WOUDC Data Search

Linked data versus geospatial semantics: Where do you stand?

  • Posted on: 1 May 2015
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Linda van den Brink, Geonovum

The other day at the Geonovum office we were discussing whether Linked Data is over-hyped. According to some of us, it is, although none of us knew where exactly it is in the hype cycle. In any case, we agreed that it is growing in popularity a lot, at least in Europe. In the Netherlands we have a community called the Platform Linked Data Nederland (450 members from private, public and scientific organizations). This community is

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