The Sensor Model Language (SensorML) enables interoperability so that sensors and processes can be better understood by machines, utilized automatically in complex workflows, and easily shared.
OGC Press Releases
Minor revision to GeoTIFF enables the use of newer coordinate reference systems and aligns it with OGC’s standardization process.
OGC Testbeds work toward solving critical interoperability problems affecting location-based technologies
Hackathon participants will experiment with and validate the draft conceptual model for v3.0 of CityGML.
Organizations are invited to provide feedback on the draft Earth Observation Cloud Applications architecture, and express their interest in joining the upcoming evaluation Pilot
The Engineering Reports document state-of-the-art research across topics including OGC APIs, bringing ‘applications to the data’, federated clouds, and more
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The initiative seeks to develop best practices in sharing and accessing data through Spatial Data Infrastructures in specific contexts, with Disaster Resilience on the one side, and general Earth Observation data-driven contexts on the other.
Pilot will leverage OGC standards, IoT sensors, geospatial framework data, and SCIRA design patterns to design and prototype interoperable Smart City services in support of public safety incident management and resilience.
Results of this rail-themed workshop will provide input for the IDBE subcommittee to align the roadmaps of the relevant working groups within OGC and buildingSMART International.