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Marine Geospatial

OGC has been researching and developing solutions for interoperability in and across marine and coastal environments for more than a decade.

Banner announcing Call For Participation in OGC FMSDI Pilot 2023

Connecting Land and Sea for Global Awareness: The OGC Federated Marine Spatial Data Infrastructure Pilot 2023 Calls For Participation

Pilot will investigate how marine navigational data can be used in new ways in the Caribbean, and how Digital Twins can be created for coastal management in Singapore and the Arctic.

OGC seeking Sponsors for Federated Marine Spatial Data Infrastructure Pilot 2024 – Connecting Land & Sea

Addressing the complexities faced by organizations connecting data of the sea with data of the land.

OGC considering Bathymetric Attributed Grid as a Community Standard; comment sought on its adoption

BAG is an established open specification for representing bathymetric data as regular grids of seafloor depths with the corresponding vertical uncertainty and associated metadata.

OGC Calls for Participation in Federated Marine Spatial Data Infrastructure Pilot 2022 (FMSDI-22)

FMSDI-22 aims to better integrate geospatial data to measure, analyze, predict, and visualize the impacts of Climate Change in the Arctic.

Making the data count, not just counting the data: the IGIF MSDI Maturity Roadmap

Making The Data Count, Not Just Counting The Data

The UKHO’s Dr. Gerald J Wong explains how using the IGIF-(M)SDI Maturity Roadmap enables governments to better harness geospatial data that supports their nations’ socio-economic development.