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.
The IE will attempt to address some of the following experiments around the use of GML in JPEG 2000 for Geospatial Imagery:
Purpose of the Data Preservation DWG
The purpose of the Data Preservation DWG is to provide a venue and mechanism for seeking technical and institutional solutions to the challenge of preserving digital geospatial data.
The purpose of this SWG is to revise the OpenGIS® City Geography Markup Language (CityGML) 2.0 Encoding Standard. The SWG will achieve this objective by evaluating and resolving submitted Change Request Proposals (CRPs) assigned to the CityGML SWG.
Every year executive staff members from the OGC attend and participate in many events around the world. These events generally focus on geospatial and location issues, but as the number of OGC Domain Working Groups grows and the reach of OGC standards expands, our standards are becoming relevant in a wider range of domains. We need input and guidance from OGC members regarding industry events that best address member needs based on the usefulness and relevance of OGC standards.
If you would like to suggest an event for OGC to consider, please complete the OGC Conference Suggestion form below. Please note that the OGC does not fund non-OGC events, but sponsors events by providing presenters, allowing use of our logo and offering our global marketing reach to promote events. OGC staff time is subject to availability and priority is given to international events where we can most efficiently deliver our message about the value of OGC standards and OGC membership.
This groundwater interoperability experiment (GW2IE) will develop and test the GroundWater Markup Language 2, by harmonizing and advancing existing modeling initiatives such as: GWML1, relevant EU-INSPIRE models (Geology-hydrogeology, Environmental monitoring facilities), GeoSciML, and others. It will produce an engineering report in preparation for movement to an OGC data specification subsequent to the GW2IE.