The popular Zarr storage specification provides an ideal format for analysis-ready geospatial data in the cloud
As a Principal Member of OGC, Microsoft will help advance OGC APIs - the new generation of location standards for integrating location-aware information in any application.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is pleased to welcome Microsoft to the OGC as a Principal Member.
Workshop participants will be informed of a specification critical to the future of service discovery in a global SWIM environment.
The update, developed jointly with ISO TC211, enables 4D DGGS, aligns itself with other ISO standards, and more.
Updates to the documents bring clarity, better support implementation, and address comments and change requests from OGC Testbeds and partners.
Webinar will present experiences and lessons learned on how to best exploit Big EO data stores and how to enable externally developed applications as additional services.
OGC Standards Working Group will provide a major update to a key standard for representing and querying spatial data on the Semantic Web.
A series of Sprints will build and test prototype implementations of four draft OGC API specifications to ensure that they are as developer-friendly, usable, and mature as possible
This OGC Sprint will test a draft API that provides a simple method to retrieve 3D tiled resources in a manner independent of the underlying data store.
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