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The initiative seeks to develop best practices in sharing and accessing data through Spatial Data Infrastructures in specific contexts, with Disaster Resilience on the one side, and general Earth Observation data-driven contexts on the other.
Pilot will leverage OGC standards, IoT sensors, geospatial framework data, and SCIRA design patterns to design and prototype interoperable Smart City services in support of public safety incident management and resilience.
Results of this rail-themed workshop will provide input for the IDBE subcommittee to align the roadmaps of the relevant working groups within OGC and buildingSMART International.
The goal of the Open Routing API Pilot 2019 is to develop an API that allows requesting routes from different providers in a coherent, standardized way via Web protocols.
Visionary experts from Defense, Utilities, First Responders, and more will lead panels concerning the automation of workflows that bring 3D/4D geospatial content to users at ‘the edge’
Pilot will advance an implementation model, architecture, and prototypes for sharing Maritime Limits and Boundaries information.
New BDLT DWG will build understanding of the importance of, and requirements for, geospatial standardization within these revolutionary, disruptive technologies.
SELFIE aims to create a standards-based method to publish and use linked data that's compatible with current web development/W3C best practices
The Portrayal DWG is being established to maintain consistency in the portrayal of geospatial data across a host of new technologies, including 3D, gaming & simulation, and augmented reality