OGC Requests

OGC seeks public comment on GML in JPEG 2000 (GMLJP2) v2.1 Candidate Encoding Standard

Status: 
Please note:  This Request is scheduled to close on 29 March 2018.
Open Date: 
Tue, 02/27/2018
Closing Date: 
Tue, 03/27/2018 (All day)
Description: 

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) seeks public comment on the GML in JPEG 2000 (GMLJP2) v2.1 Candidate Encoding Standard.

The GMLJP2 Candidate Encoding Standard defines how the Geography Markup Language (GML) is to be used within JPEG 2000 images and other gridded coverage data for adding geospatial content to imagery, such as the geographic coordinates of the image, annotations, or references to features.

This revised version 2.1 adds support for referenceable grid coverages via a recently published Coverage Implementation Schema (CIS) extension GMLCOVRGRID, which provides additional capabilities for this standard such as support for a wide range of sensor models described with SensorML 2.0 or with GML-based application profiles.

Sensor models envisioned for use with this standard include mathematical descriptions of imaging systems located on satellite and airborne platforms. A full example closely based on the Community Sensor Model for frame cameras is available here.

The standard will appeal to: developers intending to implement geospatially enabled JPEG 2000 encoders and readers; developers of both WFS and WCS who wish to provide support for JPEG 2000 formats; and developers who wish to use GML to give imagery a geospatial context.

Comment: 

Comments can be submitted to a dedicated email reflector for a thirty day period ending on the "Close request date" listed above, Comments received will be consolidated and reviewed by OGC members for incorporation into the document. Please submit your comments using the following link: requests [at] lists.opengeospatial.org (Click here to submit comments) The link provided above should include a standard template in the message body. If the preloaded message body does not work properly using your mail client, please refer to the following template for the message body: Comments Template

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OGC Requests: 

OGC seeks public comment on ‘SensorThings API Part 2 – Tasking Core’ Candidate Standard

Status: 
Please note:  This Request is scheduled to close on 22 March 2018.
Open Date: 
Tue, 02/20/2018
Closing Date: 
Thu, 03/22/2018 (All day)
Description: 

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) seeks public comment on the OGC SensorThings API, Part 2 - Tasking Core Candidate Standard. The OGC SensorThings API is a free and non-proprietary lightweight interface specification that simplifies and accelerates the development of Web-based Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

The OGC SensorThings API provides an open, geospatial-enabled, and unified way to interconnect the IoT devices, data, and applications over the Web. Part 1 was released in 2016 and allowed management and reception of observations or measurements made by IoT sensors. Part 2 provides a mechanism to tell the sensor/actuator what to do

Application developers can use this open standard to connect to various IoT devices and create innovative applications without needing to individually integrate the heterogeneous protocols of the different IoT devices, gateways, and services. System manufacturers can embed the OGC SensorThings API in their IoT hardware and software platforms so that the different platforms’ IoT devices can effortlessly connect with other servers that implement the standard. Because device location communication is useful in almost every IoT application, an open, lightweight, widely used standards-based location encoding is part of the SensorThings API.

This new standard is designed specifically for resource-constrained IoT devices and the Web developer community. The candidate standard follows REST principles and uses an efficient MQTT transport and the flexible OASIS OData URL conventions.

The candidate OGC SensorThings API Standard was designed to be compatible with a rich set of proven and widely-adopted open standards, such as the Web protocols and the OGC Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) standards, including the ISO/OGC Observation and Measurement Encoding Standard. Thus, the OGC SensorThings API is extensible and can be applied in both simple and complex use cases.

At a high level, the OGC SensorThings API provides two main functionalities: Sensing, and Tasking. Each function is handled by a part. The Sensing part, an official OGC standard since 2016, provides a standard way to manage and retrieve observations and metadata from heterogeneous IoT sensor systems.

This, the Tasking part, provides a standard way for parameterizing - also called tasking of - task-able IoT devices, such as sensors, actuators, drones, or even satellites.

Comment: 

Comments can be submitted to a dedicated email reflector for a thirty day period ending on the "Close request date" listed above, Comments received will be consolidated and reviewed by OGC members for incorporation into the document. Please submit your comments using the following link: requests [at] lists.opengeospatial.org (Click here to submit comments) The link provided above should include a standard template in the message body. If the preloaded message body does not work properly using your mail client, please refer to the following template for the message body: Comments Template

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OGC Requests: 

OGC seeks public comment on Web Coverage Service (WCS) 2.1 Candidate Standard

Status: 
Please note:  This Request is scheduled to close on 19 March 2018.
Open Date: 
Thu, 02/15/2018
Closing Date: 
Mon, 03/19/2018 (All day)
Description: 

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) seeks public comment on the Web Coverage Service (WCS) 2.1 candidate standard.

The OGC Web Coverage Service (WCS) standards suite defines methodology to access coverages (regular and irregular grids, including spatio-temporal datacubes, point clouds, and general meshes) from the Web. OGC has offered WCS standards since 2005, reflecting the importance and maturity of providing such data to Web clients.

The definition of a coverage is given by the OGC Coverage Implementation Schema (CIS). In 2017, CIS 1.1 was released as a backwards-compatible extension of coverages to CIS 1.0, with a unified grid model supporting any kind of spatio-temporal sensor, image (timeseries), simulation, and/or statistics data.

WCS 2.1 allows CIS 1.1 coverages to be served in addition to CIS 1.0 coverages. Hence, WCS 2.1 is backwards compatible with WCS 2.0: any service passing the WCS 2.1 conformance tests will also pass the WCS 2.0 tests. Further, all WCS 2.0 extensions remain applicable in the context of WCS 2.1.

By supporting the more general datacube model of CIS 1.1, the WCS 2.1 standard will simplify access to spatio-temporal ‘big datacubes’, with an operation spectrum ranging from simple subsetting in space and time up to complex spatio-temporal analytics through Web Coverage Processing Services (WCPS).

Comment: 

Comments can be submitted to a dedicated email reflector for a thirty day period ending on the "Close request date" listed above, Comments received will be consolidated and reviewed by OGC members for incorporation into the document. Please submit your comments using the following link: requests [at] lists.opengeospatial.org (Click here to submit comments) The link provided above should include a standard template in the message body. If the preloaded message body does not work properly using your mail client, please refer to the following template for the message body: Comments Template

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OGC Requests: 

OGC Calls for Participation in Major Innovation Testbed (Testbed 14)

Status: 
Please note:  This Request is scheduled to close on 21 January 2018.
Open Date: 
Fri, 12/08/2017
Closing Date: 
Sun, 01/21/2018 - 23:59
Description: 

 

Bidders' Q&A Webinar

A Bidders Q&A Webinar was held on Friday, 12 January 2018 at noon US Eastern Standard Time. 

The Webinar recording is available at:  https://portal.opengeospatial.org/files/77559

The Slide deck used for the Webinar is available at:  https://portal.opengeospatial.org/files/77558

Clarification questions and answers will continue to be made available in the CFP Clarifications document at https://proposal.opengeospatial.org/clarification.php.


General Information

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) has issued a Call for Participation (CFP) in the OGC Testbed 14 Interoperability Testbed.

Testbed 14 sponsors have completed and documented interoperability requirements and objectives for this testbed initiative. Organizations selected to participate in Testbed 14 will develop prototype solutions based on the sponsors’ use cases, requirements and scenarios. These are described in detail in the CFP. Participants’ prototype solutions will implement existing OGC standards as well as new prototype interface and encoding specifications introduced or developed in Testbed 14. Prototype specifications may ultimately become official, member approved OGC standards, revisions to existing OGC standards, or best practices for using OGC standards.

Bidders responding to this CFP must be OGC members and must be familiar with the OGC mission, organization, and process. Proposals from non-members will be considered provided that a completed application for OGC membership (or a letter of intent to become a member) is submitted prior to (or with) the proposal.

The list of Testbed 14 Sponsors can be found on the main Testbed 14 web page: www.opengeospatial.org/projects/initiatives/testbed14

Sponsor requirements have been organized into the following technical threads:

  • CITE: Compliance
  • EOC: Earth Observation & Clouds
  • MoPoQ: Modeling, Portrayal, and Quality of Service
  • NextGen: Next Generation Services

 

Two-Part Solicitation

The Testbed 14 solicitation is being issued in two parts due to specialized sponsor procurement requirements:

  • Part 1 - the CFP document being issued directly by OGC on December 8  and referred to as the "Part 1 CFP" or just "CFP"
  • Part 2 - an Invitation To Tender pack ("Part 2 ITT" or just "ITT"). Please visit the European Space Agency EMITS site for this Invitation to Tender pack. Each solicitation stands on its own, and there is no need to refer to the Part 1 CFP part in order to formulate a response to the Part 2 ITT.

The Part 2 ITT is described separately from this document and has distinct response requirements. So any Bidder wishing to respond to both Part 2 ITT and the Part 1 CFP should deliver two separate proposals, one for each set of response requirements. A Bidder wishing to respond to one or the other (but not both) would submit only one proposal.

The Part 2 ITT was released on 14 December, 2017. To provide a complete description of Testbed-14 scope, this CFP documentation was extended through Corrigenda to combine all deliverables from both parts (Part 1 CFP and Part 2 ITT). All work items marked as belonging to Part 2 ITT have distinct response requirements that are provided as part of the ITT. Bidding on these ITT requirements and work items requires an independent proposal! ITT requirements and work items are only copied into the Part 1 CFP solicitation documents for completeness.

Downloads: 

Click a link below to download individual files of the CFP.

Please note: Each solicitation stands on its own, and there is no need to refer to the "Part 1 CFP" part in order to formulate a response to the "Part 2 ITT" part.

Testbed 14 Part 1 CFP

Testbed 14 Part 1 CFP (zipped HTML format) 
 Testbed 14 Part 1 CFP (live HTML version for browsers)
Testbed 14 Part 1 CFP (pdf)

Testbed 14 Part 2 ITT

Please visit the European Space Agency EMITS site for the Invitation to Tender pack.

OGC Requests: 

OGC seeks public comment on CDB Multi-spectral Imagery Extension

Status: 
Please note:  This Request is scheduled to close on 2017-12-29.
Open Date: 
Fri, 11/17/2017
Closing Date: 
Fri, 12/29/2017 - 11:59
Description: 

 

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is seeking public comment on its candidate CDB Multi-spectral Imagery Extension standard.

The "Multi-Spectral Imagery" extension defines how to encode and store reflected electromagnetic radiation from the infrared wavelengths into a CDB data store. This extension is limited to only adding this new data type and does not change any existing requirements or structure defined in the CDB standard. This extension also attempts to harmonize with the existing component selectors used in the CDB standard in the visual spectrum.

OGC’s CDB standard defines datasets that represent the visual appearance of objects - from the terrain to buildings and trees - in the electromagnetic spectrum visible to the human eye. CDB also contains material datasets that can help create representations of other wavelengths that can be detected, such as passively emitted heat in the Mid- or Long-Wavelength Infrared (MWIR or LWIR) or reflected Radar (radio wavelengths).

Image sensors that can detect wavelengths between the visible spectrum and Mid-Wavelength Infrared - specifically Near Infrared (NIR) and Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) - are becoming more prevalent, as is data on these wavelengths. The CDB Multi-spectral Imagery Extension seeks to enable the storage of this data in a CDB data store.

Comment: 

Comments can be submitted to a dedicated email reflector for a thirty day period ending on the "Close request date" listed above, Comments received will be consolidated and reviewed by OGC members for incorporation into the document. Please submit your comments using the following link: requests [at] lists.opengeospatial.org (Click here to submit comments) The link provided above should include a standard template in the message body. If the preloaded message body does not work properly using your mail client, please refer to the following template for the message body: Comments Template

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OGC Requests: 

OGC Invites to Participate in a Simulated Exercise at the Disaster Risk Reduction (DDR) Across the Americas Summit

Status: 
Please note:  This Request is scheduled to close on 7 September 2017.
Open Date: 
Mon, 08/07/2017
Closing Date: 
Thu, 09/07/2017 - 07:00
Description: 

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) announce a Call for Participation in a simulated disaster response exercise that will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina on September 7th, 2017, during the Disaster Risk Reduction (DDR) Across the Americas Summit.

The Call for participation is available below.

Many disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean affect multiple countries which means that sharing of best practices and other information across national boundaries can improve disaster response capabilities in the region. Bringing together the disaster response community, inclusive of data providers and end users, through the simulated exercise, will help identify the best practices, gaps and information needs among all stakeholders and ensure that future work plans are tied to real gaps and needs.

The DDR Across the Americas Summit will provide an important opportunity for enhanced dialogue and planning between representatives of the scientific earth observation (EO) and the DRR community, including stakeholders in preparedness and planning, disaster mitigation, emergency response, and recovery.

The summit will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina from September 3rd to 8th, 2017. More information on the summit is available at this link: https://disasters.nasa.gov/argentina-summit-2017

OGC Requests: 

OGC is seeking information on Geospatial APIs

Status: 
Please note:  This Request closed on APRIL 4, 2017
Open Date: 
Wed, 03/08/2017
Closing Date: 
Tue, 04/04/2017 (All day)
Description: 

 

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) is looking for information on the existence of mapping and geospatial Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) as part of an OGC Concept Development Study (CDS) that will examine the interoperability of existing geospatial APIs.

The explosive growth of public APIs for geospatial applications, and the accompanying variability in API practices across the IT industry, as well as in geospatial APIs specifically, has created new opportunities and challenges in supporting geospatial services. The application of standards in APIs to ensure interoperability is an apparent next step. This study is meant to support that step.

 Ivan DeLoatch, Executive Director of the US Federal Geographic Data Committee stated that “to advance the geospatial ecosystem, we must expand the scope of discovery and accessibility, integrating application programming interfaces as a service component in spatial frameworks to support interoperability and to serve a wide range of stakeholders.”

The purpose of the study will be to determine how different software vendors and data consumers can improve APIs in order to:

 

  • Examine how APIs are used effectively to exchange geospatial information
  • Identify where the proliferation of API diversity has degraded interoperability
  • Support planning for increased use of protocols to enhance interoperability
  • Suggest consensus activities that would improve the geospatial API ecosystem

 

    The OGC recently published an OGC Open API White Paper. This paper created additional interest within the OGC community concerning how open consensus processes can support the value of public APIs managed by individual organizations.

    The RFI is available for download below. Instructions on how to submit responses to, or questions concerning, the RFI are available in the download. Responses to the RFI are due by March 31, 2017  DUE DATE EXTENDED TO APRIL 4, 2017.

     
    Downloads: 

     

    DOWNLOAD THE REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI) 

    Request for Information on Geospatial Application Programming Interfaces (pdf) 

    OGC Requests: 

    OGC is seeking data and services for the Testbed 13: Mass Migration

    Status: 
    Please note:  This Request closed on 15 March 2017.
    Open Date: 
    Wed, 02/15/2017
    Closing Date: 
    Wed, 03/15/2017 (All day)
    Description: 

     

    15 February 2017: As part of the Open Geospatial Consortium’s (OGC®) Testbed 13, the OGC is requesting information to identify, assess, and gather the current state and available geospatial data and services about the Europe and Middle East regions that may be used to support the development, testing, and demonstration of OGC standards and technologies advanced during Testbed 13.

    OGC Testbed 13 participants will implement services, access data, and demonstrate capabilities using the services and data identified during this RFI. The overarching theme for Testbed 13 is mass population migration. The Testbed aims to understand and document how information sharing & safeguarding tools and practices - including open geospatial standards - can enable cross-domain interoperability on an international level for structured communication exchange and border surveillance to assist law enforcement and humanitarian aid operations.

    The demonstration scenario for Testbed 13 will focus on addressing challenges related to the coordination of multi-regional/national operations arising from the current exodus of people from the Middle East to Europe. This includes any messaging related to the displacement and mass movement of populations in response to conflict.

    As an OGC Innovation Program initiative, Testbed 13 will investigate and develop new or enhanced OGC web service or encoding specifications over a wide variety of technology work areas. These technologies will be tested and demonstrated in an architecture and a deployed environment in support of the mass migration theme, as shown in the following diagram:

    Testbed-13

    A wide variety of source data or data provider services available for public use are needed to support the scenarios and use cases associated with this Testbed. As such, OGC is looking for your help in providing us with information on the availability of these data and services. The following is a partial list of types of source data or services, required over the area of interest, that could support the development of, and testing in, Testbed 13:

     

    • Map data and/or services
    • Feature data and/or services, such as road networks, rivers, water bodies or water sources, jurisdictional boundaries, etc.
    • Satellite imagery and/or services
    • Predictive model related data, such as base and ancillary data as well as outputs of predictive models
    • Medical and Health facilities and locations (or could be part of other feature data sources or services)
    • Recommendations for additional source data or services that provide data of various types across the region of interest, are available for public use, and could support the scenario, development, and testing in Testbed 13, are welcome and encouraged.

      For more information on Testbed 13, view the Call for Participation at http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/requests/154. The RFI is available and instructions on how to submit responses to, or questions concerning, the RFI are available in the download below. Responses to the RFI are due by 15 March 2017.

       
      Downloads: 

      DOWNLOAD THE REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI) 

      Request for Information on Testbed 13 Data and Services (pdf) 

      OGC Requests: 

      OGC invites expertise on underground maps and models

      Status: 
      Please note:  This Request closed on 15 March 2017.
      Open Date: 
      Mon, 02/13/2017
      Closing Date: 
      Wed, 03/15/2017 (All day)
      Description: 

      The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) is requesting information from interested parties to inform a Concept Development Study (CDS) that will assess the current state and future direction of information standards for modeling, mapping, and managing underground infrastructure.

      The CDS will define the scope of a multi-phase underground infrastructure interoperability project. The purpose of the study is to develop an in-depth understanding of all the components necessary to enable infrastructure data interoperability and standards in an underground environment. The CDS is initially focused on the urban landscape, but is extendable. This Request for Information (RFI) is a first step in the CDS process. Any organization with an interest in underground infrastructure is invited to respond to the RFI before 15 March 2017.

      Currently, the exchange of underground utility information between infrastructure organizations within the same jurisdiction or in adjacent jurisdictions has been greatly hampered by incompatible and incomplete data. OGC anticipates that this project will make a significant contribution towards facilitating improved information management and secure sharing and collaboration, which should make infrastructure planning, operations & maintenance, and emergency response less costly and time consuming, and more effective.

      The Fund for the City of New York, through its Center for Geospatial Innovation, has provided significant support for project conceptualization. The Fund will continue to provide assistance throughout the upcoming phases of this initiative.

      Britain’s National Mapping Agency, Ordnance Survey, has contributed resources to this project and has been active in this area through its open innovation scheme, Geovation, to seek answers to how we can better manage underground assets.

      "In a digitally based society, the lack of comprehensive and reliable data relating to above and particularly below ground assets, will prove to be a barrier to the effective operation of those assets through digital systems," commented Rollo Home, Strategic Product Manager, Ordnance Survey. "We recognise that establishing data as an infrastructure capability will be key to managing assets within an open, secure context. Geospatial data, in particular, can act as the framework within which the inter-relationships across these domains can be identified, modelled and managed. Advances in geospatial data standards, capture and management technologies are all rapidly evolving to give us a potential toolkit to manage the interaction between these domains more effectively. In this project we’d like to explore the art of the possible and set the agenda for future data integration."

      More information about the Underground Infrastructure CDS can be found at: www.opengeospatial.org/projects/initiatives/undergroundcds. Instructions for submitting a response are detailed in the RFI, available below. Responses in electronic version can be submitted to the OGC Technology Desk (techdesk [at] opengeospatial.org), and are invited before 15 March 2017.

      Downloads: 

      DOWNLOAD THE REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI) 

      Request for Information on Underground Infrastructure Mapping and Modeling (pdf) 

      OGC Requests: 

      OGC Calls for Participation in Major Innovation Testbed (Testbed 13)

      Status: 
      Please note:  This Request (Part 1) closed on 20 February 2017.  Part 2 closed at 13:00 CET on 17 February 2017.
      Please note:  Revised CFP available effective 31 January 2017. Clarifications can be found here
      Open Date: 
      Wed, 01/25/2017
      Closing Date: 
      Mon, 02/20/2017 - 19:00
      Description: 

       

      BIDDERS Q&A Webinar

      A Testbed 13 Bidders Q&A Webinar was held on Tuesday, 7 February 2017 at noon US Eastern Standard Time.  

      This webinar covered both Part 1 and Part 2 of the CFP. The Webinar is available for your review. Questions & Answers are being made available in the Clarfications document above.

      GENERAL INFORMATION

      The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) has issued a Call for Participation (CFP) in the OGC Testbed 13 Interoperability Testbed.

      Testbed 13 sponsors have completed and documented interoperability requirements and objectives for this testbed initiative. Organizations selected to participate in Testbed 13 will develop prototype solutions based on the sponsors’ use cases, requirements and scenarios. These are described in detail in the CFP. Participants’ prototype solutions will implement existing OGC standards as well as new prototype interface and encoding specifications introduced or developed in Testbed 13. Prototype specifications may ultimately become official, member approved OGC standards, revisions to existing OGC standards, or best practices for using OGC standards.

      Testbed 13 Sponsors include:

      • Airbus Defence and Space
      • CGI IT UK Limited
      • Defence Science & Technology Laboratory (Dstl)
      • DigitalGlobe, Inc.
      • European Space Agency (ESA)
      • FAA System Operations Airspace and AIM Office
      • Natural Resources Canada
      • Geonovum
      • Ordnance Survey, Great Britain
      • US Geological Survey (USGS)
      • US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
      • US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

      The sponsors’ requirements have been organized into the following technical threads:

      • Dynamic Source Integration
      • Earth Observation Clouds
      • Cross Community Interoperability
      • Field Operations
      • Streaming & 3D Data
      • Compliance Testing

      The CFP is comprised of two parts:

      - Part 1 is the overaching OGC Testbed 13 CFP documentation
      - Part 2 is the OGC Testbed 13 ESA Sponsorsed Thematic Exploitation Platform (This is referred to in Part 1 as "Part 2 ITT". Please see the special note below for further detail)

      Any organization may make a submission to participate in the OGC Testbed 13.

      Please note all participants must either be exisiting OGC members or become OGC members prior to the kick-off of the Testbed 13 work program

      Further information regarding Testbed 13 is available at http://www.opengeospatial.org/projects/initiatives/testbed13

      Special note regarding submissions for Part 2 ITT (ESA Sponsored Thematic Exploitation Platform)

      - Funding for Part 2 is restricted to recognised ESA Entities only. To check if your organization is already recognized or to apply to become recognized please follow the instructions provided by ESA http://emits.sso.esa.int/emits/owa/emits.main
      - For organizations seeking funding in relation to Part 2 please ensure that your proposal submission is made via the ESA EMITS system http://emits.sso.esa.int/emits/owa/emits_external.showsum?typ1=7763&user=Anonymous
      - For organizations providing an in-kind only (no funding) submission in relation to Part 2, this can be made via the Testbed 13 CFP templates provided below in Part 1 and should be submitted as per the instructions for a Part 1 type submission.

       
      Downloads: 

      Click a link below to download individual files of the CFP.

      CFP PACKAGE Part 1

      Testbed 13 CFP (zipped HTML format)  
      online version
      Testbed 13 CFP (pdf)

      Testbed 13 CFP Narrative Response Template (doc)
      Testbed 13 CFP Finance Response Template (xls)

      DOWNLOAD CFP PACKAGE Part 2 

      Technical information for Part 2 ITT - ESA Thematic Exploitation Platform
      (PDGS-EVOL-CGI-TN-16-1570)-(Testbed 13 Technical Architecture)-(v1.0) (pdf) 

      OGC Requests: 

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