Chinese Culture University

TIDES 2014 – The 9th Taipei International Digital Earth Symposium

Monday, 2014-05-26
Friday, 2014-05-30

The conference secretariat of TIDES 2014 would like to thank all those who have shown interest in TIDES 2014. The conference theme is "Digital Earth – The Next Generation." Many conference papers will be presented, focussing on: Digital Earth at Macro Scale; Digitail Earth at Meso Scale; and Digital Earth at Local Scale. A large number of exhibitors will be showing the latest geospatial technologies. 

TIDES 2014 will be held at the Chinese Culture University, Hwa-Kang Road, Yang-Ming Shan, Taipei 11114, Taiwan, R.O.C.

The OGC has organized a special seminar to be held during the conference:

Seminar: Standards in Action for Digital Earth and GEOSS

May 27th, 1300-1700

B1, International Conference Hall

School of Continuing Education of Chinese Culture University

No.231, Sec. 2, Jianguo S. Rd., Da-an District,

Taipei City 106, Taiwan (R.O.C.)


Seminar Description

International geospatial standards are critical to enabling easy sharing and interoperability of data and information across multiple domains. The seminar speakers will highlight how OGC standards have been applied to disaster management and emergency response, sensor webs, earth observation, agriculture, the Global Earth Observation System of Systems, Hydrology, Smart Cities and the cloud.

Registration will commence at 1300.





Introduction to OGC standards and activities in the Smart Cities domain

Taylor, Trevor,  Open Geospatial Consortium


OGC Standards and Hydrology, the Climate Hydrology Information Pilot (Canada, USA, Taiwan)

How, Chen-Yu, GIS.FCU


Formosat   Sensor Planning Service – the Satellite Cloud Scheduler with OGC implementation

Chou, Shih-Chieh NSPO

Application of Remote Sensing Agricultural Monitoring and Management for Taiwan

Wei-Shen, Lo, TARI/CSRSR


Applied OGC Standards for Sustainability and Emergency Response

Chuang, Kuo-Yu, ITRI









Regional cooperation (GIS.FCU and AIST, Japan) for the 2011 Fukushima radiation post-disaster monitoring using OGC standards to federate heterogeneous databases

Chung, Lan-Kun GIS.FCU


Cloud Based Processing for Emergency Response: Key interoperability factors to deploying a powerful, distributed processing environment to put the information in the hands of first responders faster than ever

Corr,  Steve,  PCI Geomatics


 OGC and the Asian Experience; GEO, UNGGIM, Certification and the Benefits of Membership

Chou, Tien-Yin, GIS-FCU



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