Hackathon will test the readiness of new, interoperable cloud-deployment architectures for processing of Earth Observation data
OGC Press Releases
This new OGC CDS is the first step in improving the way that geospatial data is visually represented in web maps
Study and further initiatives aim to collate, document, and make freely available the knowledge and best practices required for geospatial data, product and information sharing in times of crisis.
Earth Observation Exploitation Platforms are collaborative, virtual work environments providing access to EO data and the tools, processors, and resources required to work with it.
Phase 2 of OGC’s Future City Pilot aims to improve the automation of the flow of data between GIS and BIM systems, as well as address a number of related interoperability challenges.
OGC’s 14th Testbed aims to explore new levels of interoperable geospatial data processing using core Web principles
The Open Geospatial Consortium announces that the Fund for the City of New York (FCNY) has funded OGC to develop prototype data models for underground utility networks and for the soils that surround them. The goal is to ensure that underground utility data are collected in a manner that allows information about different utilities to be integrated and used interoperably.
Extension defines how to encode and store reflected electromagnetic radiation from the infrared wavelengths in an OGC CDB compliant data store.
Joint OGC and W3C Pilot project will propose standards to unite Augmented Reality, Web, and Geospatial technologies.
New Zealand’s first OGC TC/PC meeting will follow the ISO/TC 211 meeting in Wellington and be bookended by environmental data and agricultural data summits.