New Working Group will create stable, standardized, service APIs based on simple data retrieval patterns, which will improve access to environmental data and information.
Testbed-16 provides a unique, funded opportunity to join the collaborative research at OGC. Boost your R&D, make contact with major geospatial players, and develop future business opportunities.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is calling for participation in its next major Innovation Initiative, Testbed-16. Funding is available to offset the cost of participation.
Members of the new GeoPose SWG will work towards a standard to provide an interoperable way to express, record, and share the location, position, and orientation of objects across diverse applications, users, devices, services, and platforms.
The winning spot was awarded for creating the CityGML 3 visualization tool with the most comprehensive data integration environment, 3D analysis tools, and integration of other standards.
Congratulations to Linda van den Brink, awarded the 2019 Gardels Award for being “an outstanding representative both internal to OGC and external.”
Linda van den Brink (left) receives the 2019 OGC Gardels Award from OGC President Bart De Lathouwer (right)
Agile development sprint will advance APIs for analytics on coverages, arrays, and gridded data.
OGC and FrontierSI continue to work together to reach out, innovate, and educate at national, regional, and international levels.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) announces that it has re-signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Australian geospatial not-for-profit, FrontierSI.
The OGC UML-to-GML Application Schema Pilot 2020 (UGAS-2020) will improve and enhance the present capabilities of the open source tool ShapeChange in order to meet current and emerging technology requirements.
OGC APIs usher in a new age for location information on the web, enabling a much simpler way to share and access location information that is consistent with the architecture of the Web. This API, the first of many, specifies the fundamental API building blocks for interacting with geospatial features.
The Tile Matrix Set concept, initially developed in WMTS 1.0, is now provided as an independent standard that can be referenced by other standards
The membership of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) has approved the Two Dimensional Tile Matrix Set standard for adoption as an OGC standard.