OGC standards

The OGC Community Standard Process

  • Posted on: 15 February 2017
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Carl Reed

For many years, the OGC membership discussed and struggled with defining a process and set of related policies for accommodating submission of widely used, mature specifications developed outside the OGC standards development and approval process. Examples of these specifications are GeoTIFF,

World Ozone & Ultraviolet Radiation Data Centre provides value added Validation Services using implementing OGC standards

  • Posted on: 19 April 2016
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Tom Kralidis, Data Management, Meteorological Service of Canada

 

In 2015, the World Ozone and Ultraviolet Radiation Data Centre (WOUDC) underwent renewal in order to modernize workflows, implementation and provide added value to the Ozone/UV communities. WOUDC is one of six World Data Centres which are part of the Global Atmosphere Watch programme of the World Meteorological Organization.

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

New OGC standard has an important role in improving shared situational awareness.

  • Posted on: 23 May 2012
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Roger Brackin, MSc, Envitia Research Director

A new standard being developed in the OGC has an important part in improving shared situational awareness. The candidate OGC Web Services (OWS) Context standard encodes the key elements of a common operating picture: the geographic area, an optional time range, and an ordered series of layers from different services or inline content. This allows a situational awareness view of one user to be passed to other users so that the same picture can be reconstructed.