This project is for the Concept Definition (CD) phase of a Spatial Data Quality Certification Initiative in OGC’s Interoperability Program. The main outcome of the CD Phase will be a Feasibility Report defining the Initiative. The Feasibility Report will be used to recruit additional sponsors for the execution phase of the Initiative. In particular the Feasibility Report will be ready for discussion at the INTERGEO conference in Munich, 9-13 October 2006.
Special Interest Groups (SIG) provide a forum for the discussion of business and technology interoperability requirements for given geographic region or information community.
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Standards Working Groups (SWG) have specific charter of working on a candidate standard prior to approval as an OGC standard or on making revisions to an existing OGC standard.
Ertz, Olivier (University of Applied Sciences, Western Switzerland, School of Business & Engineering Vaud (HEIG-VD))
Bocher, Erwan (Lab-STICC CNRS UMR 6285)
1. Styled Layer Descriptor & Symbology Encoding SWG
Styled Layer Descriptor and Symbology Encoding 1.2 Standards Working Group
A Subcommittee is a standing group (organizationally, a subgroup of the Technical Committee or the Planning Committee) of individuals composed of members of the TC or PC and Invited Guests, with a mission to provide recommendations to the TC or PC in some general area. A Subcommittee does not generate a Standard nor do they work on a Standard.
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.
The Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) Common Data Model Encoding Standard defines low level data models for exchanging sensor related data between nodes of the OGC® Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) framework. These models allow applications and/or servers to structure, encode and transmit sensor datasets in a self describing and semantically enabled way.
SWE Common 1.0 was defined in the OGC SensorML 1.0 Standard available at http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/sensorml.