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What role will standards play in future ICT, environmental and research programs of the European Commission? And how is the OGC participating in this process? What are the experiences and results of some of the projects funded by the European Commission. And what might be the benefits in using standards while participating in such a project? On Wednesday 30 September 2009 you will have a chance to get first hand answers to such questions at the “EU funded Projects and the OGC: Standards, Benefits and Implementations“ OGC Interoperability Day in Darmstadt, Germany. 09:30 - 10:00 Coffee & Registration 10:00 - 10:15 Welcome 10:15 - 10:45 Vojko Bratina (European Commission) on future funding projects of the EC (tbc) 10:45 - 11:15 The role of OGC-E in European Projects: how, why, targets (Athina Trakas) 11:15 - 11:45 ESDIN (Lassi Letho, FGI) 11:45 - 12:15 EuroGEOSS (Francis Bertrand, BRGM) 12:15 - 13:30 Lunch and informal discussion 13:30 - 14:25 Humboldt (i) Overview & the Open Source Project (Astrid Fichtinger) (ii) Catalogue Service, Web Processing Service (Jan Jesek) (iii) formal description of OGC Services (Daniel Fitzner) 14:25 - 15:15 SANY - Sensors Anywhere (i) Integration of Sensors and Models based upon OGC Sensor Web Enablement standards (Désirée Hilbring) (ii) Challenges of using Open Standards in Geo Hazard monitoring Projects (Nicolas Kolodkine) (iii) Data Fusion in SANY : Adding value to geospatial data (Stuart Middleton) 15:15 - 15:45 Coffee break 15:45 - 16:45 GIGAS (Eva Klien) 16:45 - 17:00 WrapUp
The Registration page is now open.
Mittwoch, 04. Juni 2008,
09:30 - 10:00 Anmeldung 10:00 - 10:15 Begrüßung 10:15 - 11:45 GDI Regional
- N.N., Stadt Bonn: Eine GDI für Stadt und Region
- Karl-Heinz Spies, Wupperverband: OGC Standards in der Wasserwirtschaft: von WMS und WFS-T bis zu Sensor- und Processing-Diensten im Einsatz beim Wupperverband*
- Thomas Beißwenger, Industrieverband Steine und Erden Baden-Württemberg e.V. (ISTE), Projektleiter GIW Leitprojekt GeoRohstoffe: www.GeoRohstoff.org und www.GisInfoService.de für die betriebliche Praxis von Rohstoffunternehmen**
11:45 - 13:00 Mittagspause 13:00 - 14:30 Nationale GDI - "Die Säule der europäischen Informationsgesellschaft"
- Carsten Roensdorf, Ordnance Survey UK: Eine Frage des Standards: Geodatenmanagement in Großbritannien
- Lydia Gietler, Danish Mapping Agency: GDI in Dänemark
- Erhard Pross, BKG & Martin Lenk, GDI-DE: Der Einsatz OGC-konformer Geowebdienste am Bundesamt für Kartographie und Geodäsie
14:30 - 15:00 Kaffeepause (Diskussionen & Online-Präsentationen) 15:00 - 16:30 OGC und GDI in Europa
- Dr. Dagmar von Janowsky, Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit: Umsetzung der INSPIRE-Richtlinie: Das Gesetz über den Zugang zu digitalen Geodaten
- Europäische Kommission JRC: Status von INSPIRE (Implementierung, Positionierung zu GMES, GEOSS) (angefragt)
- Franz Daffner, European Environment Agency: Environmental Health: Umweltinformation im europäischen Maßstab
16:30 - 17:00 Runder Tisch - Abschlussdiskussion (mit allen Vortragenden und den Teilnehmern) Während der Pausen und im Anschluss an die Veranstaltung kann noch die Firmenausstellung besucht werden. * Das interoperable Wasserwirtschaftportal FluGGS: (FlussGebietsGeoinformationsSystem), http://FluGGS.de** Die Dienste sind unter http:://www.GeoRohstoff.org und http://www.GisInfoService.de zu finden.
Mercure Hotel Potsdam City
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Reservation of 60 rooms in Hotel Mercure. To get the preferred rates, you will need to call or fax your reservations to the hotel directly. Please ask for the GFZ block.
(80€ Single -95€ Double per night including breakfast).
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As part of the OGC Technical Committee meeting, a special 2013 OGC Asia Forum Summit will be held at IIT Bombay, India on December 3rd, 2013.
Two major focuses of this special Summit will be “Values of standards for research, education, and implementation” and “Uses of OGC standards in practical community settings”. Many distinguished speakers from the Asia region will share their experiences and practices in geoinformatics interoperability. Special guest speakers from the OGC India Forum and the OGC ANZ Forum have been invited. Register for the Forum here.
The Technical Committee meeting will be immediately preceded by the annual Spatial Data Infrastructure conference, NSDI 2013, organized by the India government on Nov 29th and 30th. One-day tutorials on OGC standards will be held on Dec 1st. We invite you to join us in this unique series of events.
Ignacio Lopez Rayon No. 510,
Esqu Arteaga Col Centro, Toluca
Estado de Mexcio
dia.interoperabilidad [at] uaemex.mx
Eurocontrol HQ, Brussels, Belgium
Eurocontrol and OGC
Starts at 10h00 am on Oct 21 and ends no later than 16h30 on Oct 22
There is no registration fee, however, participants are responsible for their own transport & hotel costs. The meeting is open to both OGC and non-OGC members.
The OGC Aviation DWG will be meeting at the Eurocontrol HQ on Oct 21 and 22 to
-- Advance the development of a draft metadata profile for AIXM 5.1
-- Advance the development of a GML profile for Aviation
-- Review results of Aviation-related activities within OGC (OWS-6, OWS-7, FAA SAA Dissemination Pilot)
-- Review/plan upcoming DWG tasks and follow-up activities
The meeting will be a hands-on technical meeting to produce updated drafts of the metadata and GML profiles. Please consider attending and contributing, especially if you have previous experience with GML, Simple Feature Profile, AIXM, ICAO, ADQ (Europe), Airport GIS (FAA), eTOD, AMDB requirements, etc.
More information about the Aviation DWG is available at http://www.opengeospatial.org/projects/groups/aviationdwg. To subscribe to the mailing list (open to OGC and non-OGC members), https://lists.opengeospatial.org/mailman/listinfo/aviation.dwg.
For more information about this meeting, please contact nalameh [at] opengeospatial.org.
Special thanks to:
as sponsors, and to
for hosting this event.
If your organization would like to help, please contact Greg Buehler.
OverviewThis is the first time in North America that industry leaders are coming together to exchange knowledge about 3D geospatial solutions for urban planning, homeland security, urban warfare, and personal navigation. Implementers, software vendors, public agencies, and academia will provide diverse perspectives. If you are considering 3D solutions, come see the latest available. If you are already working in 3D, learn more about the latest in 3D open standards and interoperability. 8 - 9 a.m.Registration9 a.m. Introduction to 3D @ OGCTim Case, GISP, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Chair, OGC 3D Information Management Managing 3D Vector Data in a RDBMSMike Horhammer, OracleA review of data management of 3D models, textures and associated attribute information in a database, with a focus on Oracle Spatial. Feature descriptions and demonstrations from diverse users will be shown. Finding Clarity in 3D Point Cloud DataSpar Point Research Laser scan and LiDAR data are transforming 3D data acquisition and visualization. A review of standards and emerging best practices.10:15Break10:30 Maturing 3D Applications in Commercial Software The Benefits of a 3D City GIS for Sustaining City InfrastructureAlain Lapierre, Senior Director, Civil and Geospatial Framework, Bentley Systems Given that worldwide urbanization is accelerating, a significant battleground for sustaining infrastructure is at the city- and local-government levels. To effectively manage all of the geospatial and non-geospatial information associated with urban infrastructure, cities today need a 3D City Geospatial Information System (GIS). Working at the City LevelNeal Niemiec, GISP, Infrastructure Technical Specialist, Autodesk One of the first commercial applications to implement CityGML, Autodesk LandXplorer products provide a system for the management, collaboration and visualization of 3D digital cities, infrastructure and land development models. Demonstrations of CAD, GIS and BIM being integrated to analyze, simulate and visualize a city and its infrastructure assets. 3D GIS solutions with ESRIPatrick Gahagan, ESRI A tour and demonstration of current capabilities and future efforts in managing, analyzing, and visualizing 3D geographic information. Reflections on the Practice of 3D City ModelingPaul Cote, Lecturer, Harvard Graduate School of Design 12:00 p.m. Lunch Demonstration Tables from vendors and users1:30 pm Moving forward with 3D: Industry Drivers and Needs Panel discussion with audience feedback2:30 p.m. Break 2:45 p.m. Demonstration Applications Overview CityGML, proposed IndoorML, and City Modeling Best Practices Claus Nagel, University of Berlin Recent Developments in 3D ETLDr. Kevin Wiebe, PhD, Chief Scientist, Safe Software Updates on recent FME developments in 3D support, highlighting format and data model transformation between OBJ, 3ds, CityGML, SketchUp, IFC, 3D PDF, among others. In particular, recent developments around the transfer and manipulation of textures will be presented. Unleashing the Power of Data Interoperability for Facilities ManagementNiels la Cour and Alexander Stepanov, UMass Amherst The University of Massachusetts Facilities and Campus Planning Division deals with a number of complex systems in its role of Facilities Management. Examples of how the ESRI Data Interoperability Extension, developed with Safe Software technology, is used to leverage investments in many different 3D data applications. Next Steps for 3D FusionCarsten Roensdorf, Ordnance Survey, Chair OGC CityGML SWG 4:30 pm Conclusion
The Registration for this session is now OPEN. There is a $40.00 charge for each Summit for non-OGC members, and a $20 charge for all OGC Members.
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The closest international airport is Logan International Airport (BOS)
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