1 WFS/FES SWG
Standards Working Groups
1. OLS v1.3 SWG
2. Purpose of the Standards Working Group
The purpose of this Standards Working Group is to extend the OLS 1.2 specification with navigation capabilities.
3. Scope of Work
The scope of work consists of the following:
The purpose of the OWS Context SWG is to produce a version 1.0.0 implementation standard.
1. Open GeoSMS SWG
OGC Open GeoSMS 1.0 Standard Working Group
2. Purpose of this Standards Working Group
The purpose of this Standard Working Group is to use the OGC RFC process to move the
OGC 09-142r4 OGC Candidate Open GeoSMS Standard
as an OGC adopted standard.
The candidate standard is currently an OGC "Discussion Paper".
The scope of the candidate standard is to define the exchangeable SMS format to exchange GPS information for different LBS devices or applications.
Download Charter documentModern simulations used for individual, crew, and collective training and mission rehearsal are increasingly networked together to compose rich federations of virtual and constructive simulations. Standards have been previously developed and widely adopted for the network protocols and information exchanged in simulation federations, but the synthetic environment (including geospatial content) within which simulation learners are immersed has traditionally been locally generated
1. Web Coverage Service (WCS) 2.0 SWG
1. Land Development SWG
The Land Development DWG was established by OGC (12-079r1) with the following proposed activities:
ebXML RegRep SWG
Purpose of this Standards Working Group
The purpose of the OGC ebXML RegRep SWG is to develop an OGC standard defining an extension to OASIS ebXML RegRep supporting registration, management and retrieval of geospatial and related non-geospatial information items based on well-defined registration processes, such as defined in, but not restricted to ISO 19135.
1. OGC CRS WKT SWG
2. Purpose of this Standards Working Group (SWG)
The purpose of this Standards Working Group is to progress the Well Known Text (WKT) representation of Coordinate Reference System (CRS) definitions to the state of an adopted OGC standard and an identical ISO International Standard. This will be achieved by processing comments received during the public comment period and ensuring that the standard is consistent with the OGC and ISO TC211 business plans. The work will be conducted jointly with ISO TC211.
3. Scope of Work