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1 Hasan Jamil Department of Survey and Mapping Malaysia INTERNATIONAL STANDARDISATION ISO/TC 211 BUILDING THE FOUNDATION OF SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE Hasan Jamil Department of Survey and Mapping Malaysia Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei Darussalam April 17, 2002

2 What is ISO / TC 211 ? An international organisation to develop a family of standards in the field of geographic information First Plenary Meeting : Olso, Norway, November 10-11, 1994

3 Global SDI Initiatives Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI) to encourage the growth of compatible SDI capable of supporting collaboration on regional and global issues of importance Digital Earth help advance the state of technology to create a virtual representation of the planet Global Mapping to establish a set of spatial framework data coverage for the Earth

4 National SDI Initiatives

5 NATIONAL SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE Establishment of a National Geospatial Data Clearinghouse Development of standards Development of procedures and partnerships to create a national digital data framework

6 WHAT IS A CLEARINGHOUSE? a distributed, electronically connected network of geospatial data procedures, managers and users each data producer is expected to describe available data in electronic form and prepare the metadata (data about data) support search of geospatial data over the internet

7 Why Are GI Standards Necessary ? For data documentation, collection and exchange of geospatial data

8 Who Wants GI Standards ? all businesses that produce, distribute or utilise spatial information benefit from spatial standards ranges from decision support, data warehousing to modelling and simulation application areas include automated mapping, geo- engineering, computed-aided drafting and design which support planning and infrastructures such as communication, transportation and utilities

9 ISO / TC 211 aims to establish a structured set of standards for information concerning objects/ phenomena that are directly/ indirectly associated with a location relative to the Earth the standards may specify methods, tools and services for data management, acquiring, processing, analysing, accessing, presenting and transferring data between different users, systems and locations shall link to appropriate standards for information technology and data where possible, and provide a framework for the development of sector - specific applications using geographic data

10 Objectives Of ISO / TC 211 increase the understanding and usage of geographic information increase the availability, access, integration, and sharing of geographic information promote the efficient, effective, and economic use of digital geographic information and associated hardware and software system contribute to a unified approach to addressing global ecological and humanitarian problems

11 ISO / TC 211 Standard ISO Series ISO Reference model ISO Overview (Incorporated into Business Plan) ISO Conceptual schema language ISO Terminology ISO Conformance and testing ISO Profiles ISO Spatial schema ISO Temporal schema ISO Rules of application schema ISO Feature cataloguing methodology ISO Spatial referencing by coordinates ISO Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers ISO Quality principles Continue …

12 ISO / TC 211 Standard ISO Series (continue …) ISO Quality evaluation procedures ISO Metadata ISO Positioning services ISO Portrayal ISO Encoding ISO Services ISO/TR Functional standard + new rev ISO/TR Imagery and gridded data ISO/TR Qualifications and certification of personnel ISO Schema for coverage geometry and functions ISO Imagery and gridded data components ISO Simple feature access – SQL option ISO Profile – FACC Data Dictionary Continue …

13 ISO / TC 211 Standard ISO Series (continue …) ISO Geodetic codes and parameters ISO Web Map Server Interface ISO Imagery, gridded and coverage data framework ISO Sensor and data model for imagery and gridded data ISO Data product specification ISO Location based services possible standards ISO Location based services tracking and navigation ISO Multimodal location based services for routing and navigation ISO Procedures for registration of geographic information items

14 ISO / TC 211 Chairman And Secretariat Chairman-Olaf Østensen, Norwegian Mapping Authority Secretary-Bj Ø rnhild Sæter Ø y, Norwegian Technology Centre

15 Participating (P) Members (29 countries)  Australia  Italy  South Africa  Austria  Japan  Spain  Belgium  Rep. of Korea  Sweden  Canada  Malaysia  Switzerland  China  Morocco  Thailand  Czech Rep.  New Zealand  Turkey  Denmark  Norway  United Kingdom  Finland  Portugal  United States of  Germany  Russian Federation America  Hungary  Saudi Arabia  Yugoslavia

16 Observing (O) Members (27 countries)  Argentina  Iceland  Pakistan  Bahrain (corr.)  India  Poland  Brunei Darussalam  Islamic Rep.  Slovakia (corr.) of Iran  Slovenia  Colombia  Ireland  Tanzania  Cuba  Jamaica  Ukraine  Estonia (corr.)  Mauritius  Uruguay  France  Mexico  Zimbabwe  Greece  Netherlands  Philippines  Hong Kong  Oman (corr.)

17 External Liaisons CEOS, Committee on Earth Observation Satellites DGIWG, Digital Geographic Information Working Group EPSG, European Petroleum Survey Group FIG, International Federation of Surveyors GSDI, Global Spatial Data Infrastructure IAG, International Association of Geodesy ICA, International Cartographic Association ICAO, International Civil Aviation Organization IEEE, Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society IHB, International Hydrographic Bureau ISCGM, International Steering Committee for Global Mapping ISPRS, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Continue …

18 External Liaisons (cont.) JRC, Joint Research Centre, European Commission OGC, Open GIS Consortium, Incorporated PCGIAP, The Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and The Pacific UN Economic Commission for Europe, Statistical Division WMO, World Meteorological Organization CEN/TC 287, Geographical information UNGIWG, United Nations Geographic Information Working Group

19 Internal Liaisons ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 2 - Coded character sets ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 - Computer graphics and image processing ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 - Data Management and Interchange ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35 - User interfaces ISO/TC 20/SC 13 - Space data and information transfer systems ISO/TC 23/SC 19 - Agricultural electronics ISO/TC 46/WG 2 - Coding of country names and related entities ISO/TC 82 - Mining ISO/TC 184/SC 4 - Industrial data and global manufacturing languages ISO/TC Transport Information and Control Systems ISO/TC Graphic Technology

20 Meeting ScheduleMeetingPlaceDate 1st plenary Oslo, Norway November 10-11, nd plenary Reston, VA, USA August 30-31, rd plenary Seoul, Rep. of Korea May 30-31, th plenary Sydney, Australia January 23-24, th plenary Oxford, UK October 2-3, th plenary Victoria, Canada March 5-6, th plenary Beijing, China September 24-25, th plenary Vienna, Austria March 4-5, th plenary Kyoto, Japan September 29-30, th plenary Cape Town, S. Africa March 9-10, th plenary Reston, VA, USA September 7-8, th plenary Lisbon, Portugal March 8-9, 2001

21 MeetingPlaceDate 13th plenary Adelaide, Australia October 25-26, th plenary Bangkok, Thailand May 23-24, th plenary Gyungju, Rep. of Korea November, th plenary Switzerland May, th plenary Germany October, 2003 Meeting Schedule (cont.)

22 Published International Standard and Technical Reports ISO 19105: Conformance and testing ISO/TR 19120: Functional standards ISO/TR 19121: Imagery and gridded data

23 Draft International Standards ISO/DIS Reference model ISO/DIS Spatial schema ISO/DIS Temporal schema ISO/DIS Methodology for feature cataloguing ISO/DIS Spatial referencing by coordinates ISO/DIS Quality procedures ISO/DIS Quality evaluation procedures ISO/DIS Metadata Continue …

24 Draft International Standards (cont.) ISO/DIS Simple feature access Part 1: Common architecture Part 2: SQL option ISO/DIS Rules for application schema ISO/DIS Services ISO/DIS Portrayal ISO/DIS Profiles

25 Some Tests/Implementations on ISO/TC 211 Standards Germany  ISO Quality Principles  ISO Quality Evaluation Procedures  ISO Encoding  ISO Metadata  ISO Rules of Application Schema  ISO Feature Cataloguing Methodology Continue …

26 Some Tests/Implementations on ISO/TC 211 Standards (cont.) Republic of Korea  ISO Metadata  ISO Simple Feature Access Australia  ISO Feature Cataloguing Methodology  ISO Metadata Continue …

27 Some Tests/Implementations on ISO/TC 211 Standards (cont.) Japan  ISO Spatial Schema  ISO Temporal Schema  ISO Rules of Application Schema  ISO Encoding Canada  ISO Metadata  ISO Feature Cataloguing Methodology  ISO Imagery and Gridded Data Continue …

28 Some Tests/Implementations on ISO/TC 211 Standards (cont.) Norway  ISO Metadata United Kingdom  ISO Metadata China  ISO Quality Principles  ISO Quality Evaluation Procedure  ISO Metadata Malaysia  ISO Metadata

29 ISO / TC 211 on Internet – The WWW Server Containing :  Secretariat  Organization  Calendar  About …..  Resolution  Document list  Scope and work programme  Mail to secretariat  News and information  Presentation

30 Conclusion The goal of ISO/TC 211 is to develop a family of international standard that will  support the understanding and usage of geographic information  increase the availability, access, integration and sharing of geographic information, enable inter- operability of geospatially enabled computer systems  and ease the establishment of geospatial infrastructures on local, regional and global level ….. and cooperate with others in achieving this !

31 THANK YOU


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