RFI for the OGC Health SDI Concept Development Study will support the development of a Health Emergencies Data Model and the design of a Health Spatial Data Infrastructure.
New OGC Working Group will develop a JSON encoding for geospatial feature data to support additional concepts that are important for the wider geospatial community and the OGC API standards.
OGC Disaster Pilot 2021 will prototype and demonstrate end-to-end capabilities that integrate OGC standards, data, services, and state-of-the-art technologies to support decision makers and responders in times of crisis
O&M enables models for the exchange of information describing observation acts and their results. This new revision supports publication to the Web of Data.
CityGML 3.0 defines a common information model for the representation of 3D urban objects that can be shared over different applications, improving their reusability and increasing ROI
Congratulations to Charles “Chuck” Heazel awarded the 2020 Gardels Award for their continued contributions to the creation and advancement of OGC Standards
Gain access to funding to further advance Federated Cloud Analytics, new Web APIs, and other future location technologies
AWS joins OGC as a Principal Member to help accelerate innovation by supporting OGC’s open and consensus-based process of standards development.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is pleased to welcome Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com, Inc. company, to the OGC as a Principal Member.
OGC API - Features provides the fundamental API building blocks to create, modify, and query ‘features’ on the Web. Part 2 adds the ability to use different coordinate reference systems.
Fruitful collaboration between OGC Pilot Sponsors (NRCan and ESA) and Participants has supported the "application-to-the-data" principle by simplifying the development of apps for deployment on any cloud platform.