New OGC DWG will work on pieces of the Metaverse that pertain to geospatial and help the Location communities collaborate and contribute expertise to Open Standards based on FAIR data principles.
OGC and OSGeo have renewed their partnership in support of closer collaboration to advance Open Geospatial Standards and Open Source Geospatial Software.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) have renewed their Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
The OGC Disaster Pilot 2022 will use spatial data standards with Web and Cloud technologies so that stakeholders can collaborate across any distance, using disparate data, to manage every phase and scale of disasters.
netCDF-LD provides the encoding standard for encoding linked data semantics into netCDF files and interpreting netCDF files as RDF graphs, enhancing data findability and re-use.
FMSDI-22 aims to better integrate geospatial data to measure, analyze, predict, and visualize the impacts of Climate Change in the Arctic.
This new revision adds coordinate epochs to the encoding of Coordinate Reference Systems in a GeoPackage, enabling full support of CRS WKT2 and dynamic CRS.
New OGC Standard separates and standardizes the Conceptual and Logical Models of GeoPackage to enable future use-cases and computing environments.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) seeks public comment on the GeoPackage Conceptual Model Candidate Standard. Comments are due by 27 May, 2022.
3D Tiles enables sharing, visualizing, fusing, and interacting with massive heterogenous 3D geospatial content across desktop, web, mobile, and metaverse applications.
The publicly available reports document the latest advances in Sensor Integration, Moving Features, Data-centric Security, Geospatial Cloud-Native Formats, and Interoperability Through APIs.
The Climate Resilience DWG will support the development of a reliable, interoperable foundation for science services to access, fuse, and analyze data for use in climate change actions.