OGC Groups

NOTE: This group was formerly the Geospatial Digital Rights Management (GeoDRM) Working Group.

 

Mission

A great deal of work has been done in the area of data ownership and rights management. This work is of interest to the Geospatial community in that many geospatial data providers need to manage or control who has access ...

NOTE: This group was formerly the Geospatial Digital Rights Management (GeoDRM) Working Group.

 

The initial slate for this Revision Working Group is:

  • Jim Greenwood
  • Simon Cox
  • Mike Botts
  • Ingo Simonis
  • Andrew Woolf
  • Nick Ardlie
  • Gerry Creager
  • Hans Schoebach
This is the Homepage for the OGC's Geometry Domain Working Group. The only activity currently under way is a new draft of ISO 19107: Spatial schema. This will undoubtedly expand into other groups, but the project will keep its files (for drafts and change requests) here. Anyone wishing to keep a watch on ths process is encouraged to use the watch function...This is the Homepage for the OGC's Geometry Domain Working Group. The only activity currently under way is a new draft of ISO 19107: Spatial schema. This will undoubtedly expand into other groups, but the project will keep its files (for drafts and change requests) here. Anyone wishing to keep a watch on ths process is encouraged to use the watch functionality of the portal to do so.

The mission of the Mass Market Working Group is to broaden the use of location-aware technologies in mainstream consumer and business IT infrastructures.

This working group has two broad goals. The first is to understand the implementation barriers for these interest groups and document them in a format that can guide future technology design. Sec...

The mission of the Mass Market Working Group is to broaden the use of location-aware technologies in mainstream consumer and business IT infrastructures.

Purpose of the Data Preservation DWG

The purpose of the Data Preservation DWG is to provide a venue and mechanism for seeking technical and institutional solutions to the challenge of preserving digital geospatial da...

Purpose of the Data Preservation DWG

The purpose of the Data Preservation WG is to provide a venue and mechanism for seeking technical and institutional solutions to the challenge of preserving digital geospatial data.

The mission of the DQ DWG to establish a forum for describing an interoperable framework or model for OGC Quality Assurance measures and Web Services to enable access and sharing of high quality geospatial information, improve data analysis and ultimately influence policy decisions.

The WG will attempt to define a framework and a grammar for the ce...

The mission of the DQ WG to establish a forum for describing an interoperable framework or model for OGC Quality Assurance measures and Web Services to enable access and sharing of high quality geospatial information, improve data analysis and ultimately influence policy decisions.

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...

The OGC Catalogue 2.1 revision Working Group will focus on:

  • Outstanding Change Request Proposals for the Catalogue Specification
  • �Address refinement requirements of Core CSW functionality to assure baseline interoperability
It is expected that the work of the Cat RWG will also be influenced by a current project to implement both the ISO 19115 and ebRIM Application Profiles and to test interoperability between these implementations.

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 ...
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