Lake, Ron (Galdos Systems Inc.)
Portele, Clemens (interactive instruments GmbH)
Chair: Ron Lake, Galdos. Vice Chair: Clemens Portele, Interactive Instruments
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.
Raymond, Ollie (Geoscience Australia)
Richard, Stephen (Arizona Geological Survey)
1. IUGS-OGC GeoSciML v4.0 SWG
Lieberman, Joshua (Harvard University)
Cox, Simon (CSIRO)
van den Brink, Linda (Geonovum)
The Geo4NIEM Project was organized to address specific functional requirements to meet the following objectives:
Testbed. The 2000 Geospatial Fusion Testbed addressed standard ways of "fusing" disparate kinds of data into one spatial framework. Such data include text with embedded place names as well as video, sound, and photos whose metadata refer to "place." Through Geospatial Fusion, they can be geo-indexed, integrated with other spatial data, and shared across the Internet. The Testbed mainly addressed text, but OGC's specifications will accommodate the other kinds of data.