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Geospatial and Artificial Intelligence (GeoAI)

OGC is advancing innovation through its work on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Learn how the OGC’s GeoAI DWG, Training-DML SWG and COSI programs are contributing to standards and innovation in the area of GeoAI.

OGC 125th Member Meeting: Geospatial In Space

A recap of the 125th OGC Member Meeting, Frascati, Italy

With a theme of “Geospatial in Space” OGC’s 125th Member Meeting saw 200+ experts converge on th ESA Centre for Earth Observation (ESRIN) in Frascati, Italy, to shape the future of geospatial.

OGC Innovation Days Europe 2024. Connecting Technology with Policy. July 1-2, Tartu, Estonia.

Registration opens for OGC Innovation Days Europe 2024

OGC Innovation Days Europe event seeks to connect technology with governance and policy.

CLIMOS and a FAIR data-to-information value chain

The “raw data to information” value chain underpinning Climate Resilience Information Systems (CRIS) is only made possible when the FAIR data principles are respected – that they are Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable.

Five Things Location Tech Can Do Before the Next Pandemic

Article contributed by Jessie Abbate, PhD, Infectious Disease Ecologist, Epidemiologist, and Geospatial Data Scientist at Geomatys – During its March 2021 members meeting, the Health Domain…

Health Spatial Data Infrastructure

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the world that global crisis response and preparedness cannot be executed without (1) location-related information of people and resources, and (2) trusted information sharing across stakeholders from traditional sources (such as health, defense, public safety) to new sources of information (such as privately-collected mobility data). In addition, information critical to response efforts may come from unexpected sources and domains that previously had little reason to collaborate or involvement with emergency response efforts.