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A short overview of OGC standards, which may be relevant to the traffic and transport sector, is given.

A short overview of OGC standards, which may be relevant to the traffic and transport sector, is given.
A short mention of the european INSPIRE initiative completes the picture.

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  • 1 www.r3-gis.comGeo-spatialstandards and transports:OGC and INSPIREPeter Hopfgartner
  • www.r3-gis.com2Outline•The Open Geospatial Consortium•The most relevant OGC specifications•OpenLS•INSPIRE•The Transport Network specification•FreeGISGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com3The Open Geospatial ConsortiumWhat is the OGC?The OGC is an consortium of more then 400members, among those are• Companies• Government agencies• UniversitiesGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com4The Open Geospatial ConsortiumWhat are the OGC standards about?“OGC® Standards support interoperablesolutions that "geo-enable" the Web, wirelessand location-based services andmainstream IT.”Geo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com5The Open Geospatial ConsortiumWhos in the club?Geo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com6The Open Geospatial ConsortiumIn other words, how to handle geographicalinformation in• Data (Raster. Vector, Attributes)• Metadata (authorship, licence, accuracy)• Services (how to get the above)Geo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com7Data formatsRaster data (grid)satellite imagesdigital aerial photosdigital elevation dataDefault format is GeoTIFFGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com8Vector DataMore complicated then rasterA common geometry model must be defined,which must be simple enough to allow awide range of computations and must beeasy to implementA common geometry model is defined in theSimple Feature SpecificationThis is the basic specification for vector dataGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com9Vector Data: Simple FeaturesBasically, 2D entities are handled, ATMGeometries are based on linear interpolationsGeometries must respect some topologicalrules in order to be validGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com10Simple Feature basic geometry typesPOINTGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com11Simple Feature basic geometry typesLINESTRINGGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com12Simple Feature basic geometry typesPOLYGONGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com13Simple Feature basic geometry typesPOLYHEDRAL SURFACESGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com14GMLThere are many encodings of the geometries.Encodings are available for text and binaryrepresentations.GML is an XML based encoding of thegeometry (and a lot more)Geo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com15MetadataTypical metadata are• Title• Abstract• Spatial Reference System• Keywords• Authorship• Licences• Spatial position (envelope)• Metadata is important for cataloging andsearchingGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com16OGC ServicesThe OGC Services are all web basedTypically, OGC servives are self describing(Capability document)Preferred exchange formats are XML based(except for raster data)They allow to deliver metadata for the serviceGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com17OGC Services: WMSGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com18OGC Services: WFSThe Web Feature Service delivers data:vectors and attributesGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com19OGC Service: WCSThe Web Coverage Service allows to distributeraster data over the webGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com20OGC Services: CSWGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com21OGC Services: WPSGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com22OGC Services: SOSThe Sensor Observation Service allows a widerange of operations on sensor data, tipicallyorganized as time seriesGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com23OGC Services: Open LSThe OpenGIS Location Servicesis of particular interest for todays agendaGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com24Open LS scopeThe Services defined by the Open LS are1 Directory Service: to find the location of aspecific or nearest place, product,or serviceThe Directory Service can answer to requestlike: “Where is the nearest pet shop”Geo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com25Open LS scope2 Gateway Service to retrieve the position of aknown Mobile Terminal from the network.Geo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com26Open LS scope3 Geocoding Service to convert a textdescription of a location, such as a placename, street address, or postal code to apositionGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com27Open LS scope4 Reverse Geocoding Service to convertsgiven position into a normalized descriptionof a feature location (Address with Point)Geo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com28Open LS scope5 Route Service to determine travel routes andnavigation information between twoor more pointsGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com29Open LS scope6 Navigation Service, to determines the routesbetween two or more points and theassociated navigation informationGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com30Open LS scopePresentation Service to the visual context, e.g.mapsGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com31Open LSThis standard is rather new.Unfortunatly, there it is not wildly used, ATMGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com32INSPIREINSPIRE: INfrastructure for SPatial Information inthe European CommunityThe ultimate goal for INSPIRE is to allow aneasy retrieval and interoparability for allgeographical public data in Europe in orderto create a European Union Spatial DataInfrastructure (SDI)Geo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com33INSPIRE and OGCExtension to the OGC servicesINSPIRE extends the latest OGC Servicespecifications to make them multilingualGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com34INSPIRE and OGCExtension to the OGC metadata modelINSPIRE adds a more restringent policies onmetadata to make allow easier retrieval ofthe dataGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com35INSPIRE and OGCINSPIRE defines a precise structure for the databelonging to a wide range of topics relatedto enviroment, government and transport:Annex I: Administrative Units, CadastralParcels, Geographical Names,Hydrography, Protected Sites, TransportNetworks, AddressesAnnex II & III add 24 topicsGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com36INSPIRE: Transport NetworksThis specification defines how data setsbelonging to road, rail, air and watertransport networks and related infrastructureshall be structured in order to allow aseamless integration between differant datasets different data providers.Geo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com37INSPIRE: Transport NetworksGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com38The software sideThere is a large choice of software to createOGC and INSPIRE compiant services, atleast for WMS (maps), WFS (vectors andattributes), WCS (raster data) and CSW(cataloging and searching)Example FreeGIS.net*• * FreeGIS.net is an Interreg Italy-Switzerland project financed by theProgram of superregional cooperation Italy-Switzerland 2007-2012 ofthe ERDF and the European Union. Partners are the Free SoftwareCenter South Tyrol, R3 GIS, Office of information technology cantonof Graubünden, Office 9.6, Province of Bolzano and Sourcepole AGGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com39FreeGIS.netFrom a software POV, FreeGIS has the goal toallow a integrated solution to import, storeand publish geographical data compatiblewith OGC and INSPIRE.The software created within the FreeGIS.netproject is Open Source SoftwareGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com40FreeGIS.net: Schematic ViewGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com41FreeGIS.netGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com42A proof of concepthttp://sasa.tis.bz.itPublish the current bus position with standardOGC servicesGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com43Conclusions• When it comes to interoperability ofGeographical services and dataset, OGC isthe premier provider of widely acceptedstandards• INSPIRE aims to further help seamlessintegration through a detailed definition ofhow data is structuredGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com44Still here?Thank you!Geo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com45OpenLS and other relevant standardsGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com46WMS requestsCapabilities document:http://freegis.r3-gis.com/gisclient/services/ows.php?PROJECT=demo&MAP=demo_gisclient&SERVICE=WMS&VERSION=1.1.1&REQUEST=GetCapabilitiesMap request:http://freegis.r3-gis.com/gisclient/services/ows.php?PROJECT=demo&MAP=demo_gisclient&FORMAT=image%2Fpng%3B%20mode%3D8bit&TRANSPARENT=TRUE&GISCLIENT_MAP=1&LAYERS=g_natural_park.lp_121&LANG=it&SERVICE=WMS&VERSION=1.1.1&REQUEST=GetMap&STYLES=&SRS=EPSG%3A25832&BBOX=492118,5100356,877881,5241643&WIDTH=1200&HEIGHT=600Geo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE
  • www.r3-gis.com47WFS requestsCapabilities document:http://freegis.r3-gis.com/gisclient/services/ows.php?PROJECT=demo&MAP=demo_gisclient&SERVICE=WFS&VERSION=1.1&REQUEST=GetCapabilitiesGeo-spatial standards and transports: OGC and INSPIRE