Revision Working Groups


This Revision Working Group was officially voted into existance during the July 2007 Technical Committee Meeting in Paris, France.

The OpenGIS Geospatial eXtensible Access Control Markup Language (GeoXACML) Draft Implementation Specification (OGC Document 07-026) defines a geo-specific extension to the eXtensible Access Control Markup Language (XACM...

WFS Gazetteer AP Profile RWG

The Web Feature Service Gazetteer Application Profile Revision Working Group (RWG) will formalize the application profile, incorporate outstanding change requests, prepare the document for public comment, and edit the document based on the public comments. The membership of the RWG is:

  • Clemns Portele, Interactive Instruments
  • Rob Atkinso...

Catalog RWG

The slate of members for the Catalog 2.1 RWG is:
  • Jason Cupp - ESRI
  • Corentin Guillo - ASTRIUM
  • Doug Nebert - US Geological Survey (USGS)
  • Mike Power - DGIWG
  • Renato Primavera - IONIC Software S.A.
  • Leif Stainsby - Galdos Systems Inc.
  • Jeroen Tic...

Sensor Planning Service RWG

The Official Slate for the Revision Working Group is currently being formed. The initial list is:
  • Jim Greenwood (SEICORP)
  • Arthur Na (IRIS)
  • Ingo Simonis (IFGI)
  • Phillipe Merigot (SPOT Image)
  • Flip Dibner (EcoSystems)
Added to the list at Tysons Corner October 2006 is:
  • Alesandre Robin ...


The TML Revision Working Group is focused on processing the public comments received during the public comment period and creating Verison 1.0 of the TML Implementation Specification. The slate for the RWG is as follows:
  • Jim Greenwood (SEICORP), Chair
  • Gerry Creager (Texas A&M),
  • Steve Havens (IRIS),
  • ...


The slate for this Revision Working Group is as follows:
  • Jim Greenwood (SEICORP),
  • Mark Priest (3eTI),
  • Ingo Simonis (IFGI),
  • Arthur Na (IRIS),
  • Alex Robin (UAH),
  • Phillipe Merigot (SPOT Image),
  • Gerry Creager (Texas A&M),
  • David Burgraf (Galdos),


The GeoRM Reference Architecture Revision Working Group was approved at the Edinburgh Technical Committee Meetings with the following slate:
  • Graham Vowles (OS) (Chair)
  • John Herring (Oracle) (Editor)
  • Joe Cardinale (Boeing)
  • Roland Wagner (Con Terra)
  • Andreas Matheus (University of the Bundeswehr – AGIS) ...