OGC

2016 Dublin Votes and Motions Summary

Summary of the 99th OGC Technical Committee Meeting

20 – 23 June 2016, Dublin, Ireland

Thank you to the sponsors of the event

COBWEB (https://cobwebproject.eu/)

University College
Dublin
(http://www.ucd.ie/)

Meet in Ireland (http://www.meetinireland.com/Home.aspx)

2016 Washington Votes and Motions Summary

Summary of the 98th OGC Technical Committee Meeting

7 – 10 March 2016, Washington, D.C. USA

Thank you to the sponsors of the event

The World Bank (http://www.worldbank.org/)

2015 Sydney TC Votes and Motions

Summary of the 97th OGC Technical Committee Meeting

30 November – 3 December 2015, Sydney, Australia

Thank you to the sponsors of the event

Data 61 (http://www.csiro.au/en/Research/D61)

Australian Government
(http://www.australia.gov.au/)

2015 Nottingham TC Votes and Motions Summary

Summary of the 96th OGC Technical Committee Meeting

14 – 17 September 2015, Nottingham, UK

Thank you to the sponsors of the event

British
Geological Survey (http://www.bgs.ac.uk/)

Envitia (http://www.envitia.com/)

Successful OGC interoperability Day in Barcelona

In conjunction with the meeting of the OGC Technical Committeein Barcelona from 9 to 13 March, an OGC Interoperability Day was held on Friday 13 March 2015, at Institut Cartogràfic i Geologic de Catalunya (ICGC).This event was organized by the Iberian and Latin-American Forum of the OGC (ILAF)and the Associació Catalana de Tecnologies de la Informació Geospacial (ACTIG).

2012 June Exeter Technical Committee meeting motions and actions

Motions and Actions from the 83rd
OGC Technical and Planning Committee meetings, Exeter UK, June 18-23.

Sponsored and Hosted by
the UK Met Office

 

  

Congratulations to the GeoSPARQL SWG

GeoSPARQL was approved as an official OGC standard on May
15, 2012. Therefore:

GEOSS Sensor Web Workshop 2011

GEOSS Forum XLIV: Sensor Web and Rural Communications

Use of Sensor Networks  and Communications Technologies in Earth Observations and Rural Communities: From Wireless Sensor Networks to Sensor Web

 

Conference Presentations by OGC Staff and Members

Staff and Member Presentations

The OGC staff and OGC member representatives attend numerous conferences to promote the OGC's standards and standards process. Some of these presentations are publicly available below.

Feel free to download any of these presentations. You may use any of the slides in your own presentations, but we ask that you reference the OGC and OGC copyright and the copyright of OGC member organizations responsible for the slides.

The networks of OGC Network™

The OGC Network™ is an online infrastructure of Internet-accessible networks that implement OpenGIS specifications. The OGC Network supports communities of interest for research in geospatial interoperability and provides a persistent demonstration capability.  OGC Network components are provided by OGC members and non-members with organization and leadership provided by OGC members and staff.

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