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Open Geospatial Consortium and Smart Cities

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Presentation at the GEWOWEB Summit #11 in New York, short intro about OGC, IoT and Smart Cities.

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Open Geospatial Consortium and Smart Cities

  1. 1. Open Geospatial Consortium and Smart Cities ! ! GEOWEB SUMMIT #11 Nov 14, New York City Luis Bermudez
  2. 2. Who am I Manager Compliance Program Systems Architect Faculty Bike Rider and Map Maker
  3. 3. 513 Members
  4. 4. 48 Open Standards
  5. 5. Hundreds of Implementations Specification Total Web Map Service 1.1.1 517 Web Feature Service 1.1.0 274 Simple Feature SQL 1.1 177 Sensor Observation Service 42 http://www.opengeospatial.org/resource/products/stats
  6. 6. Web Feature Service Give me the states data (including the polygon) that have a population over 15 Million?
  7. 7. Web Map Service Get a customized map
  8. 8. Sensor Observation Service Get me data from a station
  9. 9. PUCK - OGC software driver
  10. 10. Sensor Things API http://tania-sta-01.sensorup.com/OGCSensorThings/v1.0 A server provide Things Locations Sensor Observation Features of Interest ..
  11. 11. Sensor Things API Register visible light form sensor in the third floor
  12. 12. CityGML www.gis.bgu.tum.de/en/ projects/new-york-city-3d/ 26 datasets 1,000,000 buildings 866,000 land lots 149,000 streets 16,000 parks 9,500 water bodies DTM with 1m resolution
  13. 13. OGC is more than standards The Interoperability program I have not failed, I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.! ! Thomas Edison
  14. 14. Incident Management Information Sharing (IMIS) Internet of Things Pilot (IoT) Pilot April 2015 - Feb 2016
  15. 15. Future Cities Pilot Nov 2015 - June 2016 Possible Sponsors:
  16. 16. OGC Smart Cities Spatial Information Framework Elected Officials Population Data Analytics and Models Data Access Geospatial Data City Sensor Webs Sensor networks Public Crowdsourcing Phones, Wearables Health Metadata Catalogs, Semantics Sensing Layer Data Layer Data Ingest and Quality Checking Other Data Enterprise Data Urban/Municipal Database Business Layer Visualization and Decision Support Application Layer Economic Data Intelligent buildings Intelligent transportation Open data Environmental ProtectionPublic safety and security Urban planning UtilitiesEmergency Services EducationSanitation Municipal Employees Cloudhostedresources SecuritySystem
  17. 17. OGC Smart Cities Spatial Information Framework Visualization / Decision Tools and Applications Internet and Cellular Networks Other Data Processing Services OpenMIWPSTJS WCPS Geospatially Enabled Metadata Discovery Services CSW OpenSearch Geo ebRIM WMS WMTSWFS Simple Features Access Access Services Geospatial Feature Data Geospatial Browse/Maps Geospatial Coverage Data WCS Other Services Workflow, Alerts Sensors Puck SOSSPS O&MSensorML Sensor Web Enablement Discover Task Access
  18. 18. Panel Ideas
  19. 19. Discussion Hors d'oeuvre Smart Cities Depend ! on! Smart Location Smart Cities Spatial ! Information Framework! ! Based on Open Standards
  20. 20. Secondo 
  21. 21. http://www1.nyc.gov/site/forward/innovations/smartnyc.page Smart Indoor Lightning Wireless water meters Responsive Traffic Management Traffic Signal Priority Smart Waste Management Air Quality Monitoring Real-time Gunshot detection Snow Plow Tracking 24/7 Request …
  22. 22. What should the social benefit be? “development can not be against human happiness love human relationships, caring for the children, having friends, … having the basics.”! ! José 'Pepe' Mujica Conference on Sustainable Development of the United Nations(Río +20), June 2012 New elected mayor in Bogota Enrique Penalosa, has cancelled highways projects and poured the money instead into cycle lanes, parks and open spaces for locals – undoing decades of car-centric planning that had made the streets a no-go area for the capital’s children.
  23. 23. Intersections of urban information and social change Quantified Communities Crowdsourced Public Services Actionable Data Streams Pro-Poor Interfaces Local, Social Commerce Hyperlocal Soapboxes Transparent Resource Webs On-Demand Resilience Computational Leadership Clouds Zoomable Panoramas Continuous Counting Anticipatory Health Democratized Public Safety http://www.iftf.org/our-work/global-landscape/human-settlement/the- future-of-cities-information-and-inclusion/

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