The purpose of a Government Special Interest Group (SIG) is to define organizational and business approaches to address key government requirements for (and issues affecting) the development and implementation of a community-wide OpenGIS architecture.
NOTICE: The submission deadline for KWMIP has been extended
to 5 p.m. EST (2200 UTC), Friday, March 10th
1. Purpose of the Standards Working Group
The purpose of GMLJP2 v1.1 Standards Working Group is to move the existing GMLJP2 version 1.0.0 standard through a revision process. The SWG will process impacts to this standard from updates of dependent standards, address omissions from the initial standard, process comments from OWS5, and assess future ...
Web Processing Service 2.0 has been released!
You can find it here: http://docs.opengeospatial.org/is/14-065/14-065.html
Purpose of this Standards Working Group - To Be Refined
The purpose of this Standards Working Group (SWG) is to evaluate and work the proposed change requests assigned to the Web Processing Service 1.0.0. It will achieve this objective by evaluating and processing the Change Requests listed in Section 3 and ensuring that the standard is consistent with the OGC Processes, OGC standards baseline and the OGC business plan.
Access to the Internet will predominantly be from mobile devices including smart phones and machine-to-machine interactions. Most information exchanged in mobile internet will include spatial components.
In support of OGC members and society, this OGC Interoperability Program initiative aims to help develop the consensus standards infrastructure necessary to achieve the full societal, economic and scientific benefits of location information in mobile applications worldwide.
Virtual USA becomes the de facto national standard for sharing emergency management information across levels of government and the private sector, allowing all users and organizations to use their own systems to share information securely with all others, anywhere in the United States and across international borders, controlling what information is shared, with whom, for how long.
Over the next decade, the way we live, work and use energy, transportation and other city resources and services will change significantly thanks to a range of innovative ‘Smart City’ solutions. A Smart City integrates physical, digital and human systems to deliver a sustainable, prosperous and inclusive future for its citizens. Many of these innovative solutions will be based on sophisticated information and communication technologies.