New MUDDI (Model for Underground Data Definition and Integration) SWG seeks to create models, standards, and mappings to fully represent underground infrastructure in context with the environment that contains them.
Working Group aims to develop a new OGC API that will allow creators to publish and share styles to be used by different users, systems, and datasets - allowing a visual and semantic consistency across maps from disparate providers
The latest advances in Geospatial Data Processing, Analysis, and Visualization have been documented in Testbed-15’s Sixteen Engineering Reports
RFI will feed into a study to help modernize spatial data infrastructures by integrating new tools, standards, and techniques (such as machine learning) to advance inter-jurisdictional data interoperability - RESPONSE DATE EXTENDED to June 19.
Online code sprint will further develop and test a new OpenAPI-based OGC API for the delivery of tiled resources, such as raster or vector tiles.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and Ordnance Survey, an OGC Strategic Member, invites interested developers to the OGC API - Tiles Sprint, to be held by remote participation on 23rd to 24th April, 2020.
OGC API - Features - Part 2 extends the core capabilities of Part 1 with the ability to use coordinate reference systems other than WGS 84.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) seeks public comment on the OGC API - Features - Part 2: Coordinate Reference Systems candidate standard.
OGC API - Common documents common elements to be used in the OGC API suite of standards.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is seeking public comment on the candidate OGC API - Common standard. Comments are due by March 28, 2020.
New Concept Development Study aims to characterize the state of energy mapping and analytics, and propose practices and standards to improve efficiency and consistency.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) are requesting information to support the Building Energy Mapping and Analytics Concept Development Study (CDS). Responses are due April 3, 2020.
IMDF targets indoor mapping and provides a mobile-friendly, compact, and human-readable data model for any indoor space, providing a basis for orientation, navigation, and discovery.