The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is the international leader in open geospatial standards. Through consensus process with over 500 member organisations worldwide and in collaboration with other SDOs (including OMA, W3C & ISO), OGC develops specifications and best practices for open interfaces and encodings for maximising location information. SensorThings, Geopackage, Augmented Reality (ARML), OpenGeoSMS and Moving Features are just some of the recently developed and now freely available standards. Come learn how open location standards can help you.
Checkout the OGC stand to meet world leaders in the use of Open Location Standards and spotlights on key standards for the mobile industry with OGC staff.
|Please Note: These times are subject to change. Check back here daily for any updates.|
|Monday 2 March 2015|
|2.00pm||- OpenGeoSMS (Steven Ramage, what3words & GeoThings)|
|Tuesday 3 March 2015|
|10.00am||- ARML (Martin Lechner, Wikitude)|
|11.00am||- CityGML & IndoorGML (Terry Idol, OGC)|
|2.00pm||- MetOffice Showcase|
|Wednesday 4 March 2015|
|10.00am||- Compusult Showcase|
|2.00pm||- SensorThings (Steve Liang, University of Calgary)|
|3.00pm||- Geopackage (Terry Idol, OGC)|
|Thursday 5 March 2015|
|10.00am||- Ordnance Survey Showcase|
SensorThings guru & Prof of Geomatics
University of Calgary
Lead by world expert Prof Steve Liang from the University of Calgary This session will introduce the OGC SensorThings API, an OGC standard candidate that provides an open and unified way to interconnect the Internet of Things devices, data, and applications over the Web. The OGC SensorThings API is an open standard, and that means it is non-proprietary, platform-independent, and perpetual royalty-free. It builds on a rich set of proven-working and widely-adopted open standards, such as the Web protocols, REST principles, JSON and the OGC Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) standards. That also means the OGC SensorThings API is extensible and can be applied to not only simple but also complex use cases. More importantly web developers will find the SensorThings API is very developer-friendly yet powerful. In this tutorial, participants will learn the SensorThings data models, URL patterns, query options, simple IoT use cases and finally complex IoT use cases.
Please note this FREE master class is being held off site at the Institut Cartogràfic i Geològic de Catalunya, in Parc Monjuic. There are limited places for the class and prior registration is essential.
Head of Outreach
Executive Director Interoperability Program