OGC Groups

Formation of the CSW 19115/19119 RWG was approved at the Edinburgh Technical Committee Meetings in June 2006 with the following slate:
  • Markus Mueller
  • Dave Danko (ESRI)
  • Nicolas Lesage (IGN)
  • Jolyon Martin (ESA)
  • Richard Martel (Galdos)
  • Jeroen Tichler (UN FAO)
  • Uwe Vo...
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) ...
The Web Processing Service (WPS) RWG was approved at the Edinburgh Technical Committee meeting with the following slate:
  • Peter Schut (GeoConnections/NR Canada)
  • Martin Kyle (Galdos)
  • Steven Keens (PCI)
  • Nicole Ostlaender (JRC)
  • Christian Kiehle (lat / lon GmbH)
  • Christian Heier (Wupperverband)
  • Rac...

The purpose of a Government Special Interest Group (SIG) is to define organizational and business approaches to address key government requirements for (and issues affecting) the development and implementation of a community-wide OpenGIS architecture.

Special Interest Groups (SIG) provide a forum for the discussion of business and technology interoperability requirements for given geographic region or information community.

Name Lead **
Government SIG (Gov SIG) Mark Reichardt, Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc.
** - There may be Co-Chairs or Vice-Chairs that are not listed in this table

Domain Working Groups (DWG or WG) provide a forum for discussion of key interoperability requirements and issues, discussion and review of OGC standards and candidate standards, and presentations on key technology areas relevant to solving geospatial interoperability issues.

Domain Working Groups (DWG or WG) provide a forum for discussion of key interoperability requirements and issues, discussion and review of implementation specifications, and presentations on key technology areas relevant to solving geospatial interoperability issues.

A Subcommittee is a standing group (organizationally, a subgroup of the Technical Committee or the Planning Committee) of individuals composed of members of the TC or PC and Invited Guests, with a mission to provide recommendations to the TC or PC in some general area. A Subcommittee does not generate a Standard nor do they work on a Standard.

The work of the OGC is facilitated and coordinated by three separate committees: The Technical, Planning, and Strategic Advisory Committees, and also the OGC Architecture Board.

The OGC Planning Committee (PC) is composed mainly of Principal and Strategic Member representatives. The Planning Committee provides guidelines and a management structure for OGC's Technical Committee and Interoperability Program. The Business Value Subcommittee is a subcommittee of the OGC Planning Committee.

Purpose:

To organize a SIG to define organizational and business approaches relating to European members' issues that have significance for the development and implementation of a community-wide OpenGIS architecture, and to stimulate the further growth of the European GI market.

Charter:

The Decision Support DWG discusses requirements for interfaces necessary for interoperable service chaining (common expression and execution) in the areas of data mining, Integrated Client to access all OWS services and simulation. The DSS WG is currently reworking its mission to better reflect current OGC and IT best practices with regard to decision sup...

The Decision Support WG discusses requirements for interfaces necessary for interoperable service chaining (common expression and execution) in the areas of data mining, Integrated Client to access all OWS services and simulation. The DSS WG is currently reworking its mission to better reflect current OGC and IT best practices with regard to decision support.

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