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Sensor Model Language (SensorML)

The primary focus of the Sensor Model Language (SensorML) is to provide a robust and semantically-tied means of defining processes and processing components associated with the measurement and post-measurement transformation of observations. This includes sensors and actuators as well as computational processes applied pre- and postmeasurement. The main objective is to enable interoperability, first at the syntactic level and later at the semantic level (by using ontologies and semantic mediation), so that sensors and processes can be better understood by machines, utilized automatically...

Hydrology DWG

Chair(s):

Zaslavsky, Ilya (University of California, San Diego Supercomputer Center)
Looser, Ulrich (Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG))
Boston, Tony (Australian Bureau of Meteorology)
Pecora, Silvano (World Meteorological Organization (WMO))

Group Description:

The Hydrology Domain Working Group is a Joint Working Group of the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) and the OGC

SensorThings SWG

OGC has identified the need for standardized interfaces for sensors in the Web of Things (WoT).  The Sensor Web interface for IoT SWG aims to develop such a standard based on existing WoT portals with consideration of the existing OGC Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) standards.

Document SC

Chair(s):

Reed III, Carl (Reed, Carl)

Group Description:

The DocTeam works with OGC staff and OGC members to define, enforce and educate on documentation guidelines (format, templates, style) within the OGC. The DocTeam SC also works OGC staff and OGC members to maintain strong linkages between the Implementation Standards and the Abstract Specification with the goal of maintaining a core model upon which all OGC standards and standards development activities are based.

Military Pilot Project Testbed, Phase 1

OGC’s Military Pilot Project, Phase 1, sponsored by the US Army Engineering and Development Center (ERDC), was a collaborative effort that contributed to the operational validation of interoperable commercial geoprocessing products for the defense and intelligence domain. MPP-1 addressed the problem that no single vendor’s commercial products meet all the diverse requirements of defense geoprocessing, and the diverse products from different vendors that might meet these requirements don’t, without OGC's standards, interoperate.

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