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Web Processing Service (WPS) IE

This Interoperability Experiment (IE) will implement a number of prototype Web Processing services based on the interface described in the OGC Web Processing Service (WPS) Specification. The purpose of the IE will be to confirm that the specification will support the requirements of geospatially related calculations and modeling over the Internet, and to improve the specification if it does not support these requirements.

Well-known text representation of coordinate reference systems

This Standard provides an updated version of WKT representation of coordinate reference systems that follows the provisions of ISO 19111:2007 and ISO 19111-2:2009. It extends the earlier WKT to allow for the description of coordinate operations. This International Standard defines the structure and content of well-known text strings. It does not prescribe how implementations should read or write these strings. The jointly developed draft has also been submitted by ISO TC211 for publication as an International Standard document. The version incorporates comments made during both the OGC Public...

WFS/FES SWG

Chair(s):

Vretanos, Panagiotis (Peter) A. (CubeWerx)

Group Description:

1     WFS/FES SWG

 

Overview

The WFS/FES SWG will, in cooperation with ISO/TC 211 produce revised versions of these standards based on change requests posted to the OGC change request page, the comment log from ISO/TC 211 members during the voting on the revisions of ISO 19142 and ISO 19143, and engineering reports produced during OGC Testbeds.

 

Background

White Papers

A white paper is an OGC member approved publication released by the OGC to the Public that states a position on one or more technical considerations or other subjects that are germane to the work of the OGC, often including a high-level explanation of a standards based architecture or framework of a solution. A White Paper often explains the results or conclusions of research. A White Paper is not an official position of the OGC.

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