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The MOSIA consortium group (MOdeling Support with standards for Information and Architecture models applied to ATM) is a consortium of organisations with a background in Information management and Information, Service and Architecture modeling from a set of standardisaton organisations, in particular OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium), ISO/TC211, INSPIRE and OMG (Object Management Group).  The MOSIA group is led by SINTEF and consist of the following partners:
·     SINTEF
·     Snowflake Software
·     Open Geospatial Consortium (OGCE)
·     No Magic
·     Institute for Geoinformatics (IfGI), Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU)
·     iGSI
·     Envitia
·     Carmenta
·     Managed AIS  (M-AIS)


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

OGC Standards

Below is a list of OGC Implementation Standards.

Implementation Standards are different from the Abstract Specification. They are written for a more technical audience and detail the interface structure between software components. An interface specification is considered to be at the implementation level of detail if, when implemented by two different software engineers in ignorance of each other, the resulting components plug and play with each other at that interface.

Context RWG

This the Revision Working Group for the completion of a new revision to the Web Map Context Implementation The version will be 1.2. Date of the formation of the new RWG was 4/25/07.

The Chair and Vice-Chair are to be elected. The official slate of members is:

  • Martin Daly (CadCorp)
  • Stan Tillman (Intergraph)
  • Ian Turton (Penn State)
  • Arnulf Christl (WhereGroup)
  • Mike Adair, Natural Resources Canada)
  • Tom Kralidis (Geoconnections)
  • Stéphane Nicoll (Ionic)
  • Marcellin Prudham (IGN)

Open Location Services Testbed, Phase 1.1

The OpenLS Testbed was sponsored by Hutchison 3G UK, Sun Microsystems, In-Q-Tel, ESRI with SignalSoft, and Oracle with Webraska.

This testbed yielded Interoperability Program Reports (IPRs) that have become approved OpenGIS® Specifications in support of interoperable Location Based Services to be made available through mobile terminals. The OpenLS Testbed ended with a successful multi-vendor, specification-based mobile demonstration of these interfaces in action.

Sensor Planning Service (SPS)

The OpenGIS® Sensor Planning Service Interface Standard (SPS) defines interfaces for queries that provide information about the capabilities of a sensor and how to task the sensor. The standard is designed to support queries that have the following purposes: to determine the feasibility of a sensor planning request; to submit and reserve/commit such a request; to inquire about the status of such a request; to update or cancel such a request; and to request information about other OGC Web services that provide access to the data collected by the requested task. This is one of the OGC Sensor Web...

Discussion Papers

Documents that present technology issues being considered in the Working Groups of the Open Geospatial Consortium Technical Committee. Their purpose is to create discussion in the geospatial information industry on a specific topic. These papers do not represent the official position of the Open Geospatial Consortium nor of the OGC Technical Committee. Schemas for some of these documents can be at the Discussion Paper Schema Repository.

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Sensor Web Enablement Application for Debris Flow Monitoring System in Taiwan  0.3.0  09-082  Hsu-Chun James Yu, Zhong-Hung Lee, Cai-Fang Ye, Lan-Kun Chung, Yao-Min Fang  2009-07-27
This application document describes: 1) What is a Debris Flow Monitoring System. 2) How SWE implements in Debris Flow Monitoring System. 3) Tutorial for SWE developers.
OGC® Catalogue Services – OWL Application Profile of CSW  0.3.0  09-010  Kristin Stock  2009-07-27
This document describes an Application Profile for the Web Ontology Language (OWL) [W3C OWL] for CSW. It is intended to define a specification for how ontologies built using RDF and OWL may be included within an OGC CSW catalogue to semantically-enable the catalogue.
Semantic annotations in OGC standards  0.3.0  08-167r1  Patrick Maué  2009-07-16
Annotation of Web Services or data compliant to OGC standards refers to the task of attaching meaningful descriptions to the service and the served geospatial data or processes. In this discussion paper we try to extend the expressiveness of such annotations by including more sophisticated (semantic) descriptions.
Uncertainty Markup Language (UnCertML)  0.6  08-122r2  Matthew Williams, Dan Cornford, Lucy Bastin & Edzer Pebesma  2009-04-08
The Uncertainty Markup Language (UncertML) is an XML encoding for the transport and storage of information about uncertain quantities, with emphasis on quantitative representations based on probability theory.
Web Coverage Service (WCS) 1.1 extension for CF-netCDF 3.0 encoding  0.2.2  09-018  Ben Domenico, Stefano Nativi  2009-04-08
This extension of the WCS standard specifies an Information Community data model with the related encoding that may optionally be implemented by WCS servers. This extension specification allows clients to evaluate, request and use data encoded in CF-netCDF3 format from a WCS server. This document is an extension of the Web Coverage Service (WCS) 1.1 Corrigendum 2 (version 1.1.2) Implementation Standard [OGC 07-067r5]. With small changes, this extension is expected to also apply to WCS 1.2.
GML 3.2 implementation of XML schemas in 07-022r1  1.0.1  08-128  Simon Cox  2009-03-06
GML 3.2 implementation of XML schemas in 07-002r3  1.0.1  08-129  Simon Cox  2009-03-06
Event Pattern Markup Language (EML)  0.3.0  08-132  Thomas Everding, Johannes Echterhoff  2008-11-05
The Event Pattern Markup Language (EML) allows one to describe event patterns for event (stream) processing and analysis. It can be used to build multi stage filters for incoming events but also to derive higher information through combining and correlating multiple events. It can be applied on single events but is focused on handling of continuous event streams.
OpenGIS® Sensor Event Service Interface Specification  0.3.0  08-133  Johannes Echterhoff, Thomas Everding  2008-10-10
The Sensor Event Service (SES) provides operations to register sensors at the service application and let clients subscribe for observations available at the service. The service performs filtering of sensor data (streams) based upon the filter criteria defined in these subscriptions. Filters can be applied on single observations but also on observation streams, potentially aggregating observations into higher-level information (which itself can be regarded as observation data). Whenever matches are discovered, a notification is sent to the subscriber, using asynchronous, push-based communication mechanisms.
OWS-5 WCS JPIP Coverage Subsetting Engineering Report  0.9.0  07-169  Steven Keens  2008-09-12
This OGC document represents an OWS-5 SWE thread Engineering Report on sub-setting georeferencable imagery. It discusses how to handle georeferencable imagery in the JPEG2000 format as well as using JPIP within the WCS-T and the SWE set of services.
OWS5: OGC Web feature service, core and extensions  0.9.0  08-079  John Herring  2008-09-12
This standard specifies the behavior of a service that provides transactions on and access to geographic features in a manner independent of the underlying data store. It specifies discovery operations, query operations and transaction operations. Discovery operations allow the service to be interrogated to determine its capabilities and to retrieve the application schema that defines the feature types that the service offers. Retrieval operations allow features to be retrieved from the opaque underlying data store based upon constraints on spatial and non-spatial feature properties defined by the client. Transaction operations allow features to be created, changed and deleted from the opaque underlying data store.
Summary of the OGC Web Services, Phase 5 (OWS-5) Interoperability Testbed  1.0  08-073r2  Jessica Cook, Raj Singh  2008-09-12
The OGC Web Services, Phase 5 (OWS-5) Testbed was an initiative of the OGC Interoperability Program (IP). The primary focus of an IP activity is to collaboratively extend and demonstrate OGC‘s baseline for geospatial interoperability.
OWS-5 KML Engineering Report  0.1.0  07-124r2  Chris Holmes  2008-09-12
This Discussion Paper is about the use of KML, an encoding used to express geographic annotation and visualization on existing or future web-based online maps (2d) and earth browsers (3d). KML uses a tag-based structure with nested elements and attributes and is based on the XML standard.
OWS-5 Conflation Engineering Report  0.1.0  07-160r1  Pete Brennen  2008-09-12
This OGC Engineering Report describes the process of conflation, outlines a framework for conflation and conflation rules services within a service oriented architecture, and describes the implementation of conflation services during the OGC OWS-5 testbed.
OWS-5 GeoRM License Broker Discussion Paper  0.9  08-076  Rüdiger Gartmann  2008-09-12
This document describes a License Broker Service (LB-Service) as specified and implemented in the OWS-5 test bed. The LB-Service provides configurable license models, which may contain configuration parameters to be defined by the licensee. The setting of these parameters affects the actual license to be created by the LB-Service.
OWS-5 Earth Observation Web Processing Services (WPS) Engineering Report  0.1.0  08-058r1  Stefan Falke  2008-09-12
This document serves to describe the use of web processing services and the OGC Web Processing Service (WPS) in earth observation (EO) applications. It provides an overview of web processing services and a description of developments related to earth observation implementations of OGC WPS in the OGC OWS-5 testbed.
OWS 5 Engineering Report: Supporting Georeferenceable Imagery  0.1.0  08-071  Mike Botts  2008-09-12
The scope of this document is to capture considerations and recommendations on approaches for supporting georeferenceable imagery within the OGC encodings and web services. Georeferenceable imagery is typically imagery coming from a remote sensor that has not been previously geo-rectified, resampled, or regridded. Georeferenceable imagery must be accompanied with information sufficient to allow georectification of the imagery.
OWS-5 GeoProcessing Workflow Architecture Engineering Report  0.1.0  07-138r1  Michael Werling  2008-09-12
This OGC® document describes the Workflow Architecture developed in support of Geoprocessing Workflow and Sensor Web Enablement threads of OWS-5. This information includes the overall architecture description, concepts, and issues. It also provides detail on the Conflation Workflow created as an example implementation for geoprocessing in a workflow. This document establishes a sample architecture and associated lessons learned as general guidance.
GML 3.2 implementation of XML schemas in 07-000  1.0.1  08-127  Simon Cox  2008-08-25
OWS-5 Considerations for the WCTS Extension of WPS  0.1.0  08-054r1  Max Martinez  2008-08-20
This document details considerations for using the WPS specification to define a standard coordinate transformation service.
OWS-5 CITE Summary Engineering Report  0.1.0  08-084r1  Jen Marcus  2008-08-20
This document summarizes work completed in the OWS5 Compliance & Interoperability Test & Evaluation thread. This document is applicable to the OGC Compliance Test Program.
OGC OWS-5 Engineering Report on WCPS  0.9.0  07-166r2  Peter Baumann  2008-08-04
This document represents the Engineering Report for the WCPS activity within the OWS-5 SWE thread. It summarizes tasks and outcomes.
OGC® OWS-5 ER: GSIP Schema Processing  0.0.3  08-078r1  Clemens Portele  2008-07-08
This OGC® document describes and discusses the OWS-5 enhancements in the process of creating application schemas in support of the NSG from NGA data based on the GEOINT Structure Implementation Profile (GSIP) which has been based on the NSG Application Schema and accompanying NSG Entity Catalog.
OGC® OWS-5 Engineering Report: Local MSD Implementation Profile (GML 3.2.1)  0.0.2  08-077  Clemens Portele  2008-07-02
This document contains a data content specification for Local Mission Specific Data (MSD) and is based on the GEOINT Structure Implementation Profile (GSIP) developed by the NGA. This document defines the GML 3.2.1 (ISO 19136) encoding requirements for Local MSD. The structure of the document is based on ISO 19131 (Geographic Information – Data Product Specification).
Feature Type Catalogue Extension Package for ebRIM (ISO/TS 15000-3) Profile of CSW 2.0  0.1  07-172r1  Kristin Stock  2008-05-13
This document describes a Feature Type Catalogue extension package for the OGC® ebRIM (ISO/TS 15000-3) Profile of CSW 2.0 [OGC 05-025r3]. It defines the way an ISO 19110 [ISO 19110:2005] Feature Type Catalogue is included within a Registry, and provides an information model and stored queries for such an inclusion.
OWS-5 Data View Architecture Engineering Report  0.0.0  07-163  David Rosinger, Stan Tillman  2008-05-02
This OGC document presents a summary of the Data View Architecture experiment conducted as part of the Geo-Processing Workflow (GPW) thread in the OWS-5 test bed. The main activities in this experiment were the storage of Data Views in an ebRIM Catalog and the discovery and use of those Data Views by an Integrated Client.
OGC® Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure WFS and GML Best Practices  0.0.9  08-002  Peter Rushforth  2008-04-29
This document gives guidelines and recommendations for administrators, users and implementers of Web Feature Services serving Geography Markup Language encoded response documents.
OGC® Loosely Coupled Synchronization of Geographic Databases in the Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure Pilot  0.0.9  08-001  Raj Singh  2008-04-29
This Discussion Paper documents results from the Interoperability Program CGDI Pilot and describes a suite of services that enable the sharing of geographic information across organizations for the purposes of: geographic database synchronization in support of a spatial data infrastructure; geographic database modification suggestions from trusted and un-trusted sources; and the transmission of geographic information in emergency notification events. These services are called the Update Feed Service; Feedback Feed Service; and Emergency Alert Service respectively. Their information encodings are all based on the Atom Syndication Format, extended with GML and WFS Filter encodings to support geospatial requirements, and were implemented in the Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure Pilot.
OGC® Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure Summary Report  0.0.9  08-000  Raj SIngh  2008-04-29
This report summarizes the work performed under the Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure Pilot. The purpose of this pilot was to test the utility of certain OGC standards, in particular the Geography Markup Language (GML) and Web Feature Service (WFS), in the implementation of a spatial data infrastructure. OGC documents 08-001 and 08-002 are more technical companions to this document.
OWS 5 SOAP/WSDL Common Engineering Report  0.1.0  08-009r1  Bastian Schaeffer  2008-02-21
This OGC document reports the results achieved in the OWS5 GPW-SOAP/WSDL thread which is focused on creating general recommendations and guidelines for WSDL/SOAP support to existing OGC Web Services.
FedEO Pilot Engineering Report  0.4  07-152  Corentin Guillo  2008-01-21
This document was developed during the FedEO - GEO AIP initiative of the OGC. It was contributed by the organizations involved in the Earth Observation and Natural Resources and Environment Domain Working Group (EO/NRE DWG) in the OGC Specification Program. The document describes recommendation for architecture and specification that enables interoperability
Wrapping OGC HTTP-GET/POST Services with SOAP  0.1  07-158  R  2008-01-02
Discussion of how to wrap OGC HTTP-GET/POST Services with SOAP
OGC Web Services Summaries  0.3.0  07-095r2  Arliss Whiteside  2007-11-14
This document provides brief and consistent summaries of several OGC Web Service interface specifications that serve data.
OpenGIS Tiled WMS Discussion Paper  0.3.0  07-057r2  Keith Pomakis  2007-10-10
The OpenGIS® Tiled Web Map Service Discussion Paper explains how the OpenGIS Web Map Service Standard (WMS) [http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/wms] can be extended to allow fast response to a predefined set of tiled maps. It should be read in conjunction with the latest version WMS standard.
Web Coordinate Transformation Service  0.4.0  07-055r1  Arliss Whiteside, Markus U. M  2007-10-09
This Discussion Paper describes an interface specification for a web coordinate transformation service that now builds on version 1.1 of the OWS Common Specification [OGC 06-121r3]. All versions of this document specify an
Compliance Test Engine Interoperability Program Report  1.0  07-012  Jennifer Marcus, Chuck Morris  2007-09-04
As a work item in the OWS4/Conformance and Interoperability Test and Evaluation (CITE) project, Northrop Grumman Information Technology (NGIT) provided an open source web services compliance engine. NGIT refers to this engine as the Test Evaluation And Measurement (TEAM) Engine. It executes scripts written in Compliance Test Language (CTL), a grammar also developed by NGIT. This IPR describes TEAM Engine in detail and provides information on how it was used in OWS-4/CITE.
OWS 4 WFS Temporal Investigation  0.1.0  06-154  David S. Burggraf, Ron Lake, Darko Androsevic  2007-08-14
The objective of the proposed temporal extensions to the WFS is to enable temporal/geospatial queries using the GML temporal types against GML dynamic features employing either the snapshot or time history model (time slices).
GeoDRM Engineering Viewpoint and supporting Architecture  0.9.2  06-184r2  Christian Elfers, Roland M. Wagner  2007-08-14
This GeoDRM engineering viewpoint document describes use cases and concepts for GeoDRM, as well as references to distributed computing concepts which are not GeoDRM sensu stricto but are required for any GeoDRM implementation.
OGC Web Services Architectural Profile for the NSG  1.3  07-009r3  Shayne Urbanowski  2007-08-13
The purpose of this document is to generally describe how the various OGC specifications may be used to address the needs of a large enterprise system. It highlights the key elements of the OWS-4 effort as they relate to web service architecture implementation at NGA and in the NSG. The goal is that this document will enable organization that interface with the NSG to understand how to produce and consume data and services in an interoperable environment.
The Specification Model -- Structuring an OGC specification to encourage implementation  0.0.9  07-056r1  John Herring, OAB, Architecture WG  2007-07-23
This standard specifies some desirable characteristics of a standards specification that will encourage implementations by minimizing difficulty and optimizing usability and interoperability.
Feature Styling IPR  0.4.1  06-140  Dr. Markus M  2007-06-08
Feature Styling is based on a distributed computational platform that employs a number of standard interfaces and encodings to allow for flexible, scalable and interoperable management of symbology (styles and symbols) in the process of producing maps from different kinds of data, most important being source GML data.
OWS4 - Topology Quality Assessment Interoperability Program Report  0.3.0  07-007r1  Paul Watson  2007-06-06
This document describes the purpose and function of the Topology Quality Assessment Service developed and deployed within the Geo-processing workflow thread of the OWS4 interoperability testbed.
OWS-4 CSW ebRIM Modelling Guidelines IPR  0.0.6  06-155  Tim Wilson, Renato Primavera, Panagiotis (Peter) A. Vretanos  2007-06-06
The OWS-4 CSW ebRIM Modelling Guidelines Interoperability Program Report (IPR) provides guidance for creating a standard methodology for mapping geospatial domain information models to ebRIM [www.oasis-open.org/committees/regrep/documents/2.0/specs/ebrim.pdf]. It also presents the results of mapping specific Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) [http://www.opengeospatial.org/ogc/markets-technologies/swe] and Feature Catalog domain models to ebRIM for use with OpenGIS Catalog Service Standard [http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/cat] implementations in the OWS-4 Initiative [http://www.opengeospatial.org/projects/initiatives/ows-4].
OGC Cataloguing of ISO Metadata (CIM) using the ebRIM profile of CS-W  0.1.7  07-038  Nicolas Lesage, Marie-Lise Vautier  2007-06-06
This document extends the ebRIM application profile of CS-W for the cataloguing of ISO 19115 and ISO 19119 compliant metadata.
Frame image geopositioning metadata GML 3.2 application schema  0.0.0  07-032  Arliss Whiteside  2007-06-06
This document specifies a GML 3.2 Application Schema for frame image geopositioning metadata, for XML encoding of the georeferencing coordinate transformation parameters of an unrectified frame image. A frame image is one whose entire two-dimensional extent was collected at one time. A georeferencing coordinate transformation can transform position coordinates between a specific ground-based (or object) Coordinate Reference System (CRS) and the image CRS.
Discussions, findings, and use of WPS in OWS-4  0.9.1  06-182r1  Steven Keens  2007-06-06
This document reviews the material discussed during the OWS-4 project, describes the WPS processes deployed in the workflows, and offers suggestions to the OGC to move forward with the WPS.
CUAHSI WaterML  0.3.0  07-041r1  Ilya Zaslavsky, David Valentine, Tim Whiteaker  2007-05-30
This document describes the initial version of the WaterML messaging schema as implemented in version 1 of WaterOneFlow web services. It also lays out strategies for harmonizing WaterML with OGC specifications, the Observations and Measurement specification in particular.
Local MSD Implementation Profile (GML 3.2.1)  0.7.0  07-027r1  Clemens Portele  2007-05-25
This document contains a data content specification for Local Mission Specific Data (MSD) and is based on the GEOINT Structure Implementation Profile (GSIP) developed by the NGA. This document defines the GML 3.2.1 (ISO 19136) encoding requirements for Local MSD. The structure of the document is based on ISO/DIS 19131 (Geographic Information
OGC Web Services Architecture for CAD GIS and BIM  0.9  07-023r2  Paul Cote  2007-05-16
This document lists the design principles and requirements for future versions of a potential architecture for integrating workflows and information models from Computer Aided Design and Building Information Modelling with the principles of the OGC Web Services Architecture.
Trusted Geo Services IPR  0.9.0  06-107r1  Cristian Opincaru  2007-05-07
The OGC Trusted Geo Services Interoperability Program Report (IPR) provides guidance for the exchange of trusted messages between OGC Web Services and clients for these services. It describes a trust model based on the exchange and brokering of security tokens, as proposed by the OASIS WS-Trust specification [http://docs.oasis-open.org/ws-sx/ws-trust/200512].
GeoDDS Mass Market (formerly GeoRSS) Interoperability Program Report  0.0.1  07-004  Panagiotis (Peter) A. Vretanos  2007-05-07
This OpenGIS(r) document describes the API for two web services capable of generating several simplified data formats including GeoRSS and the Basic XML Feature Schema (BXFS).
OWS-4 Workflow IPR  0.0.9  06-187r1  Steven Keens  2007-05-07
This document examines five workflows discussed during the course of the OWS-4 project.
Requirements for some specific simple solid, plane and line geometry types  0.5.0  07-001r3  Simon Cox  2007-05-02
This specification describes requirements for specific geometry types, including some simple solids, and planes and lines defined using an implicit parameterization.
OWS Integrated Client (GeoDSS Client)  0.0.3  05-116  Stan Tillman, Jody Garnett  2007-03-08
This Interoperability Program Report (IPR) provides an overview of the general requirements, architecture, and design considerations of
Geographic information - Rights expression language for geographic information - Part xx: GeoREL  0.9.0  06-173r2  John Herring  2007-01-25
This document extends the rights expression language (REL) to encompass the concerns of holders of geographic data and service resources to equally ensure their protection. This allows the geographic information market to operate with minimal constraints derived from need for the protection of intellectual property.
Geospatial Semantic Web Interoperabiltiy Experiment Report  0.5.0  06-002r1  Joshua Lieberman  2006-08-21
The Semantic Web seeks to make the meaning as accessible as the material, by enabling connections - which are both logical and (machine) actionable - between concepts which a user presently understands and those which may be new and foreign. The Geospatial Semantic Web extends this capability to both content and concepts that are specifically spatial, temporal, and geographic in nature, giving both people and machines true access to a wider range of knowledge.
WMS - Proposed Animation Service Extension  0.9  06-045r1  Eric LaMar  2006-07-27
This document explains how the Web Map Server (WMS 1.0 [1] & 1.1 [2,3]) specification can be extended to allow map animations that move in space over time. It should be read in conjunction with the latest version WMS specification.
EO Application Profile for CSW 2.0  1.4  06-079r1  Marc Gilles  2006-06-06
Explains how Catalogue Services based on the HMA (Heterogeneous Earth Observation Missions Accessibility) Application Profile for the OGC Catalogue Services Specification v2.0.1 [OGC 04-021r3] are organized and implemented for the discovery, retrieval and management of Earth Observation products metadata.
OWS3 GML Topology Investigation  0.0.5  05-102r1  David Burggraf, Stan Tillman  2006-05-09
Part 1 of this investigation is conducted by Galdos Systems. In this part, the OWS3 MSD3 geometric description is extended to include a topology encoding as defined by the MSD3 schema. Part 2 (Clause 6.2) of this investigation is conducted by Intergraph Corp. and describes and discusses the impacts of encoding topology within the GML data.
Access Control & Terms of Use (ToU) "Click-through" IPR Management  1.0.0  05-111r2  Roland M. Wagner  2006-05-09
This document demonstrats a number of functional capabilities related to rights management (Terms-of-Use, Authentication, content services) that need to be described and chained.
Catalog 2.0 Accessibility for OWS3  0.0.1  05-084  Vincent Delfosse  2006-05-09
The OGC Catalog-Web Profile is a complex specification that implies usage of many concepts, such as ressources, metadata, registry, registry information model, harvesting, etc. This document is a user-friendly introduction to these concepts. It will help the understanding of the Catalog specification in general and of the Catalog Web profile with ebRIM in particular.
Schema Maintenance and Tailoring  0.0.7  05-117  Clemens Portele  2006-05-02
Description of the schema tailoring process for the application schema development in the decision support services thread (GeoDSS) during the OWS-3 initiative
GML Performance Investigations by CubeWerx  1.0.0  05-050  Craig Bruce  2006-05-02
This report proposes and executes methods to evaluate the performance of the use of the Geography Markup Language (GML) as encoded in various ways.
OGC Web Services (OWS) 3 UGAS Tool  0.0.3  05-118  Clemens Portele, Rafael Renkert  2006-04-28
This document contains a description of the UGAS (UML Application Schema to GML ApplicationSchema conversion) tool development in the decision support services thread (GeoDSS) during the OWS-3 initiative.
Temporal Standard Recommendations  0.0.9  06-022r1  James Resler  2006-04-21
This document summarizes recommendations for extending geospatial standards with regard to time-varying information. These proposals are the result of the National Technology Alliance program called Temporal Evaluation and Assessment (TEA).
OWS 3 GML Investigations - Performance Experiment by Galdos Systems  0.0.4  05-101  David Burggraf  2006-04-19
In this experiment, the retrieval time of GML features from a Web Feature Service (WFS) to a WFS client will be studied by varying certain control parameters including methods of encoding and compression. Four different control parameters including encoding format, data set size, bandwidth, and feature type will be varied to test the relative performance in each case.
Feature Portrayal Service  0.0.30  05-110  Arliss Whiteside, Bill Woodward, co-editor  2006-04-19
This document specifies the interface to a Feature Portrayal Service (FPS), which applies styles to digital features to produce a map image. The styles applied are identified or specified by the client, and are applied to digital feature data retrieved from a Web Feature Service (WFS) identified by the client.
OWS-3 Imagery Workflow Experiments: Enhanced Service Infrastructure Technology Architecture and Standards in the OWS-3 Testbe  0.9  05-140  Yves Coene  2006-03-30
This document describes the results of an experiment addressing issues relating to the application workflow processing incorporating a variety of OGC specifications. It details the inputs provided to the Open Geospatial Consortium's (OGC) OWS-3 Testbed and the architecture of the testbed related to the ESA Service Support Environment (SSE). It is a formal deliverable of work package 6610 of the Enhanced Service Infrastructure Technology (ESIT) project and is a joint Spacebel and Spot Image document.
Geo Video Web Service  0.0.9  05-115  Joe Lewis  2006-03-28
A GeoVideo Web Service (GVS) is a web service that facilitates the viewing of live and/or archived feeds from video cameras. The feeds may be composed of: - A video stream - Textual data in a caption stream (e.g. GPS data, camera states and characteristics, custom XML data, such as SensorMLTML) - A combination of a video stream and associated textual data The video streams of the feed may be viewed in the Windows Media Player. The textual data is extracted through scripting events that are generated as the caption stream is processed and displayed by the Windows Media Player.
GML Point Profile  0.4  05-029r4  Ron Lake, Carl Reed, George Percivall  2005-08-29
This document defines a profile of the Geography Markup Language (GML) for a point geometry. Attention is drawn to the fact that this is a profile of GML version 3.1.1.
WMS Change Request: Support for WSDL & SOAP  0.1.0  04-050r1  Philippe Duschene, Jerome Sonnet  2005-04-22
This change proposal is an outcome of the Common Architecture thread of the OpenGIS Web Service 2 initiative. The aim is to add support for a standard WSDL description of the WMS interface in version 1.3.1.
OWS-2 Application Schema Development  0.0.4  04-100  Clemens Portele  2005-04-13
The OWS-2 Application Schema Development Discussion Paper describes the process for creating ISO 19109:2005 Application Schemas [http://www.iso.org/iso/iso_catalogue/catalogue_tc/catalogue_detail.htm?c... in UML. It also describes the process used during the OWS-2 Initiative [http://www.opengeospatial.org/projects/initiatives/ows-2] for creating GML [http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/gml] Application Schemas from ISO 19109:2005 Application Schemas. See also the GML pages on OGC Network: http://www.ogcnetwork.net/gml .
OWS 2 Common Architecture: WSDL SOAP UDDI  1.0  04-060r1  Jerome Sonnett  2005-02-17
This OGC document reports the work that occurred in the OWS2 Test Bed Common Architecture thread. This thread focused on the use of UDDI/WSDL/SOAP in the OGC Web Services architecture. It also provides guidelines for the use of these technologies.
Web Image Classification Service (WICS)  0.3.3  05-017  Wenli Yang, Arliss Whiteside  2005-02-10
The Web Image Classification Service (WICS) supports classification of digital images. A digital image is composed of pixel values organized into one or more two-dimensional arrays. The two dimensions of an image represent two axes in space based on a spatial coordinate reference system. The dimensions of the different 2-D arrays comprising an image must be the same and represent exactly the same spatial locations.
Web 3D Service  0.3.0  05-019  Udo Quadt, Thomas Kolbe  2005-02-02
The Web 3D Service is a portrayal service for three-dimensional geodata, delivering graphical elements from a given geographical area. In contrast to the OGC Web Mapping service (WMS) and the OGC Web terrain service (WTS) 3D scene graphs are produced. These scene graphs will be rendered by the client and can interactively be explored by the user. The W3DS merges different types (layers) of 3D data in one scene graph.
Image CRSs for IH4DS  0.1.0  05-014  Arliss Whiteside  2005-01-31
This Discussion Paper specifies image coordinate reference system (CRS) definitions designed for possible use by WCTS and WCS servers and clients, initially in the IH4DS thread of the OWS 2 interoperability initiative. This report specifies image CRS definitions suitable for both ungeorectified and georectified images, where an ungeorectified image can be georeferenced or not.
Imagery Metadata  1.0  05-015  Barry Schlesinger  2005-01-27
Special XML schemas have been created for individual data sets, based on ISO 19115 and a general schema for the RSE. However, a generalized metadata XML schema should be available where possible; it should not be necessary to create special schemas for each data set. ISO 19139 can serve as such a general XML implementation specification for 19115. This implementation needs to be tested in practice. In addition, the new ISO standards are incorporating much, if not all, of the metadata not in 19115 that the RSE contain. XML schemas for these metadata need to be developed that are based upon the abstract model in the ISO standards. All of these implementations need to be tested in practice. This Report describes such tests and the results. It also describes to what extent metadata on which the test metadata are based are supported by 19139, to what extent they are supported by metadata specified in the new ISO standards or the RSE, and to what extent new metadata elements are needed.
Some image geometry models  1  04-071  Arliss Whiteside  2004-10-04
This discussion paper contains the material that is still relevant from Section 6 (or Appendix A) of the previous version 4 (document OGC 99-107) of OGC Abstract Specification Topic 7, titled "The Earth Imagery Case". That version of Topic 7 has now been superseded by a new version with the same title. In addition, some terminology has been revised to be consistent with the terminology now used in Topic 16: Image Coordinate Transformation Services. Specifically, the previous term "real-time image geometry model" has been changed to "approximate image geometry model". Also, the previous name "Universal Real-Time Image Geometry Model" has been changed to "Universal Image Geometry Model".
OWS1.2 Image Handling Requirements  0.1.4  04-052  Arliss Whiteside  2004-09-26
This document was developed as part of the Image Handling Thread of the OGC Web Services Initiative Phase 1 Thread Set 2 (OWS 1.2). This document specified the requirements for the image handling functions to be supported by draft specifications prepared under that thread.
OWS1.2 Image Handling Design  0.5  04-051  George Percivall  2004-09-26
Image Handling is a thread in the OGC Web Services 1.2 (OWS1.2). This document defines the system design for Image Handling in OWS1.2. The system design responds to the requirements in OWS 1.2 Image Handling Requirements. The system design specifies two main services: Image Archive Service and Image Catalogue Service. Interfaces for these two services are defined using previously defined OWS service interfaces.
Geospatial Portal Reference Architecture  0.2  04-039  Louis Rose  2004-09-22
This Guide has been developed by the members of the Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. to assist the global geospatial technology community in implementing standards-based geospatial portal solutions that are compatible with Spatial Data Infrastructures in every nation. We offer this document as a resource for rapid development and informed acquisition of portals and portal-exploiting applications that can plug and play with geospatial data and services in your organization and other organizations in your community and around the world.
Geolinking Service  0.9.1  04-011r1  Peter Schut  2004-05-04
A Geolinking Service takes attribute data which refers to spatial features, and joins it to a geospatial dataset, so that it can be mapped by a WMS or used in a GIS. When a Geolinking Service uses data from a GDAS, and serves as a front end to a WMS, it enables real-time mapping of data stored in non-spatial databases.
Geolinked Data Access Service  0.9.1  04-010r1  Peter Schut  2004-05-04
A Geolinked Data Access Service (GDAS) provides a way to publish and access data that refers to spatial features (e.g. population data for countries). A GDAS can expose data from non-GIS databases so that it can be manipulated and mapped with the aid of a Geolinking Service.
OWS Messaging Framework  0.0.3  03-029  Stephane Fellah, Steven Keens  2003-01-20
This document defines a messaging framework to conduct communications between the OGC web services. It is independent of any transport protocol and any messaging encoding. By using the framework, the service designer could focus only on the message definitions and messaging flows for every action supported by the service, without worry on the messaging transport and delivery. The framework should considerably simplify the implementations of the OGC web services and should enable service chaining.
Integrated Client for Multiple OGC-compliant Services  0.1.18  03-021  Jeff Yutzler  2003-01-20
Provides an overview of the requirements, architecture, and design of Integrated Clients developed during the OGC Open Web Services
Web Services Architecture  0.3  03-025  Josh Lieberman  2003-01-18
Specifies and discusses a common architectural framework for OGC Web Services
Service Information Model  0.3.0  03-026  Joshua Lieberman  2003-01-17
SIM specifies and discusses a common information model for OGC Web Services, also known variously or in part as service capabilities or service metadata.
OGC Web Services UDDI Experiment  0.5  03-028  Josh Lieberman, Lou Reich, Peter Vretanos  2003-01-17
This document lists the design principles, requirements, and experimental results for future versions of a potential OGC - UDDI (Universal Discovery, Description, and Integration) profile of the OGC Catalog Implementation Specification. Specifically, it describes the usage scenarios, workplan, and experimental results for discovery of OGC services (including registries) through the UDDI interface using SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) messaging protocols. The baseline for this experiment is the specification for UDDI version 2 and use of private UDDI implementations.
Web Object Service Implementation Specification  0.0.3  03-013  Panagiotis (Peter) A. Vretanos  2003-01-15
There is a requirement to manage many different types of objects. These include styles, symbols and images. To satisfy this requirement, a repository interface is required. The intent of the Web Object Service interface is to provide a means to define this interface.
OGC Web Services SOAP Experiment Report  0.8  03-014  J  2003-01-15
This document will discuss how OWS services can be ported to Web Services and highlight various issues/problems that have been discovered and need further discussion.
Web Pricing and Ordering  0.2  02-039r1  Roland Wagner  2002-10-18
This specification covers all standard geo-eBusiness processes like pricing, ordering and online delivery for spatial products.
WMS Part 2: XML for Requests using HTTP Post  0.0.3  02-017r1  Jeff de La Beaujardiere  2002-08-24
This part of the Web Map Service (WMS) specification applies to those clients and servers which allow operation request encodings that are more complex than those permitted by the basic keyword/value encoding defined in WMS Part 1 [17]. Part 2 only describes the encoding of the request messages using Extensible Markup Language (XML); all other aspects of the Web Map Service are fully defined in Part 1.
Web Terrain Server  0.3.2  01-061  Raj Singh  2001-08-24
The purpose of theWeb Terrain Server (WTS) is to produce perspective views of georeferenced data - typically 3-dimensional coverages.
XML for Image and map Annotation  0.4  01-019  John Evans  2001-02-06
Defines an XML vocabulary to encode annotations on imagery, maps, and other geospatial data. This vocabulary draws on the Geography Markup Language (OpenGIS