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Climate Change and Disaster Resilience

The biggest threat facing Earth’s diverse inhabitants continues to increase. The changes to Earth’s climate – wrought through over consumption and the continued burning of fossil fuels – are now resulting in frequent extreme events and disasters.

OGC Forms Climate Resilience Domain Working Group; Schedules Q&A Session for Climate Resilience Pilot

The OGC Climate Resilience DWG will provide an open forum for the discussion and presentation of interoperability requirements, use cases, pilots, and implementations of OGC Standards in the context of cross-sector climate actions.

Fair Climate Services

Producing and providing reliable information for climate services requires huge volumes of data to come together and process from different scientific eco-systems – requiring standards…

7 Key Takeaways from the OGC Climate Change Special Session

Article contributed by Steve Liang, SensorUp “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.” The quote is originally from management consultant Peter Drucker and…

OGC Disaster Pilots work to address floods, fires, landslides, and epidemics with better information sharing.

The last three years have been unprecedented when it comes to disasters. In 2019 alone there was billions of dollars’ worth of damage, and thousands…

OGC Testbed-19 Call For Sponsors: Interoperability and Collaboration from Oceans to Space

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is currently preparing its next major Innovation Initiative, Testbed-19, which builds upon the success and outcomes of Testbed-17, Testbed-18, and other Collaborative Solution and Innovation (COSI) Program Initiatives (formerly the OGC Innovation Program).