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Temporal WKT for Calendars SWG

Chair(s):

Heazel, Chuck (WiSC Enterprises)
Hedley, Mark (UK Met Office)

Group Description:

1. Temporal WKT for Calendars SWG


2. Purpose of this Standards Working Group


The purpose of this standards working group is to adapt a set of existing standards to provide the capability to represent and encode temporal metadata within data sets and protocols which uses a customised calendar.

Testbed 14

Testbed 14 Sponsors will document initiative requirements, which will be described in detail in a Call for Participation (CFP). Participants will be selected to develop corresponding prototype deliverables that implement new / updated prototype interface and encoding specifications, which will be used to recommend new OGC standards or revisions to existing OGC standards, as well as best practices for using these standards.

Testbed 14 Schedule

TBD.

Testbed 13 Sponsors

TBD.

Testbed 13 Architecture

TBD.

Underground Infrastructure CDS

Project Overview

The OGC Underground Infrastructure Mapping and Modeling project will lead to improved public safety, project delivery and urban resilience from a secure 3D repository of urban underground infrastructure. 

Organizations sponsoring the Concept Development Study phase:

  • Fund for the City of New York (FCNY)
  • Ordnance Survey UK
  • Singapore Land Authority

Contact OGC if you are interested in sponsoring future phases of the Underground Infrastructure project 

University DWG

Chair(s):

Higgins, Chris (EDINA, University of Edinburgh)
Creager, Gerry (Texas A&M University Academy for Advanced Telecommunication & Learning Technologies)
Liang, Steve (University of Calgary)
Chou, Tien-Yin (Feng Chia University)

Group Description:

Mission

The mission of the University Domain Working Group (UDWG) will be to coordinate the common interests of OGC academic and research members in the following areas:

USGS Interoperability Assessment

The rigorous testing of USGS web services performed in the Interoperability Assessment Project helped us identify and correct shortcomings of our implementation of OGC standards, and highlighted areas in which to improve the user experience with our web services.  As a result of the project, our users can include the improved USGS services more easily in their decisions making and operational activities.

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