New OGC Working Group aims to remove a major bottleneck to advanced Earth Observation science applications by defining a standard to document, store, and share Machine Learning sample data
New SWG will develop OGC API – 3D GeoVolumes, which will integrate various current approaches to accessing 3D geospatial content over the web into a single solution.
The next OGC Sprint will focus on further refining the draft specifications for OGC API – Maps, – Tiles, and – Styles.
AGC’s new level of OGC membership supports advancing standards for cross-system interoperability and geospatial information sharing.
The sprint will support the ongoing refinement of standards from both OGC and the Khronos Group, including CDB and glTF.
Chris Holmes will bring to OGC invaluable insight and perspective to the on-going development of the OGC API family of Standards.
OGC Visiting Fellow(s) will bring diversity to OGC’s technical and market thought-leadership, keeping the Consortium responsive and proactive to our community’s – and wider society’s – needs.
V1.3 is a minor update to GeoPackage, the open, standards-based, platform-independent, portable, self-describing, compact format for transferring geospatial information.
OGC API – Features Part 3 handles enhanced filtering: a fundamental operation performed on a collection of features in order to obtain the subset of the data that’s relevant to your workflow.
New work items for the SWG include extensions to OGC API – Processes that will simplify the deployment and execution of “geospatial processing apps” and chained workflows.