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Mass Market Geo Standards - OGC Technical Committee

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Presentation given to the Open Geospatial Consortium Technical Committee on emerging Mass Market (Agile Geography, Neogeography, lightweight) Standards outside the OGC. …

Presentation given to the Open Geospatial Consortium Technical Committee on emerging Mass Market (Agile Geography, Neogeography, lightweight) Standards outside the OGC.

This includes quick overviews of KML->GeoRSS->HTML linking to build the true GeoWeb, GeoJSON 1.0, GeoRSS multiple locations, AtomPub applied to Geo, and OpenSearch-Geo & -Time.

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  • 1. Emerging Mass Market Geo Standards presented at the OGC Technical Committee Meeting Spring 2008 - St. Louis, MO Andrew Turner - andrew@mapufacture.com
  • 2. Why should OGC Care?
  • 3. Why should OGC Care?
  • 4. Why should OGC Care? • Geo is not the point, it’s an aspect
  • 5. Why should OGC Care? • Geo is not the point, it’s an aspect • Adding Geo to a broader application/space
  • 6. Why should OGC Care? • Geo is not the point, it’s an aspect • Adding Geo to a broader application/space • Non-experts need guidance
  • 7. Why should OGC Care? • Geo is not the point, it’s an aspect • Adding Geo to a broader application/space • Non-experts need guidance • What tools already exist that I can use conveniently?