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1 Overview of ISO Series ISO/TC211 ISO/TC211 Geographic information/Geomatics

2 The Scope of ISO/TC Standardization in the field of digital geographic information. Establish a structured set of standards for information concerning objects or phenomena that are directly or indirectly associated with a location relative to the Earth. These standards may specify, for geographic information, methods, tools and services for data management (including definition and description), acquiring, processing, analyzing, accessing, presenting and transferring such data in digital/electronic form between different users, systems and locations. The work 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.

3 Using geographic information to advance world sustainability Qualified decisions need information – geographic information an important partQualified decisions need information – geographic information an important part Geographic information from various sources needs to be integrated and interoperableGeographic information from various sources needs to be integrated and interoperable Geographic information needs to be discovered, used - and reusedGeographic information needs to be discovered, used - and reused Spatial data infrastructures provides an unified approach these issuesSpatial data infrastructures provides an unified approach these issues Standards are an essential and necessary partStandards are an essential and necessary part

4 SDIs supporting user needs national Global local Standards supporting Infrastructure & Applications User Applications drawing on & supporting SDIs & supporting SDIs E Government E Commerce Disaster Management Meteorology Health Monitoring Market Development and many others… regional,multi-national,global

5 The infrastructure content Other Thematic Data Elevation Geodetic Control Imagery Government Units Hydrography Transportation Cadastral Cadastral Core Data Social Economic Biological Landcover Demographic Flood Zones Meteorological data

6 ISO Central Secretariat ISO/TC 211 National body Liaison body National shadow committee

7 AG Strategy WG 6 Douglas OBrien Canada WG 7 Antony Cooper South Africa WG 8 John Rowley UK WG 9 Hiroshi Imai Japan WG 4 Morten Borrebæk Norway ISO/TC 211 organization Geospatial services Imagery Information communities Location based services Information management AG Outreach HMMT Chairman Chairman Olaf Østensen Secretary Bjørnhild Sæterøy Norway TMG TF 211/204 Andrew Jones Chris Gower Chairman Henry Tom, Hans Knoop John Herring

8 Working group 1 Framework and reference model Working group 1 Framework and reference model Working group 2 Geospatial data models and operators Working group 2 Geospatial data models and operators Working group 3 Geospatial data administration Working group 3 Geospatial data administration Working group 5 Profiles and functional standards Working group 5 Profiles and functional standards ISO/TC 211 disbanded working groups

9 Who are we ?...member list Active members (P-members), 28 countries AustraliaAustriaBelgiumCanadaChina Czech Rep. DenmarkFinlandGermanyHungaryItalyJapan Republic of Korea MalaysiaMorocco New Zealand NorwayPortugal Russian Federation Saudi Arabia Serbia and Montenegro South Africa SpainSwedenSwitzerlandThailandTurkey United Kingdom United States of America

10 Member list Observing members 30 Argentina Bahrain (corr.) Brunei Darussalam (corr.) ColombiaCuba Estonia (corr.) FranceGreece Hong Kong (corr.) IcelandIndia Isl. Rep. of Iran IrelandJamaicaKenyaMauritiusNetherlandsOmanPakistan PhilippinesPolandSlovakiaSloveniaTanzaniaUkraineUruguayZimbabwe

11 External liaisons (23) CEN/TC 287, Geographic informationCEN/TC 287, Geographic information CEOS, Committee on Earth Observation SatellitesCEOS, Committee on Earth Observation Satellites DGIWG, Digital Geographic Information Working GroupDGIWG, Digital Geographic Information Working Group EPSG, European Petroleum Survey GroupEPSG, European Petroleum Survey Group FAO, Food and Agriculture Organization of the UNFAO, Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN FIG, International Federation of SurveyorsFIG, International Federation of Surveyors GSDI, Global Spatial Data InfrastructureGSDI, Global Spatial Data Infrastructure IAG, International Association of GeodesyIAG, International Association of Geodesy ICA, International Cartographic AssociationICA, International Cartographic Association ICAO, International Civil Aviation OrganizationICAO, International Civil Aviation Organization IEEE Geo_science and Remote Sensing SocietyIEEE Geo_science and Remote Sensing Society IHB, International Hydrographic BureauIHB, International Hydrographic Bureau ISCGM, International Steering Committee for Global MappingISCGM, International Steering Committee for Global Mapping ISPRS, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote SensingISPRS, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

12 External liaisons JRC, Joint Research Centre, European CommissionJRC, Joint Research Centre, European Commission OGC, Open GIS Consortium, IncorporatedOGC, Open GIS Consortium, Incorporated PC IDEA, Permanent Committee on Spatial Data Infrastructure for the AmericasPC IDEA, Permanent Committee on Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Americas PCGIAP, The Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the PacificPCGIAP, The Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific SCAR, Scientific Committee on Antarctic ResearchSCAR, Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research UN Economic Commission for Europe, Statistical DivisionUN Economic Commission for Europe, Statistical Division UNGEGN, United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical NamesUNGEGN, United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names UNGIWG, United Nations Geographic Information Working GroupUNGIWG, United Nations Geographic Information Working Group WMO, World Meteorological OrganizationWMO, World Meteorological Organization

13 Internal liaisons ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 2 Coded character setsISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 2 Coded character sets ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 Computer graphics and image processingISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 Computer graphics and image processing ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 Data Management and InterchangeISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 Data Management and Interchange ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35 User interfacesISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35 User interfaces ISO/TC 20 /SC 13 Space data and information transfer systemsISO/TC 20 /SC 13 Space data and information transfer systems ISO/TC 23/SC 19 Agricultural electronicsISO/TC 23/SC 19 Agricultural electronics ISO/TC 46/WG 2 - Coding of country names and related entitiesISO/TC 46/WG 2 - Coding of country names and related entities ISO/TC 82 - MiningISO/TC 82 - Mining ISO/TC 184/SC 4 Industrial data and global manufacturing languagesISO/TC 184/SC 4 Industrial data and global manufacturing languages ISO/TC 204 Transport Information and Control SystemsISO/TC 204 Transport Information and Control Systems

14 The process NWIPAWIWDCDDISFDISIS New work item proposal Approved work item Working draft Committee draft Draft International Standard Final Draft International Standard International Standard BallotBallotBallotBallot Working group/Project team timetable in months (in theory!)

15 ISO 6709:1983, Standard representation of latitude, longitude and altitude for geographic point locations ISO 6709:1983, Standard representation of latitude, longitude and altitude for geographic point locations ISO Reference model ISO Reference model ISO – Overview - deleted ISO – Overview - deleted ISO/TS Conceptual schema language ISO/TS Conceptual schema language ISO Terminology ISO Terminology ISO Conformance and testing ISO Conformance and testing ISO Profiles ISO Profiles ISO Spatial schema ISO Spatial schema ISO Temporal schema ISO Temporal schema ISO Rules for application schema ISO Rules for application schema ISO Feature cataloguing methodology ISO Feature cataloguing methodology ISO Series

16 ISO Spatial referencing by coordinates ISO Spatial referencing by coordinates ISO Spatial referencing by geographic ISO Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers identifiers ISO Quality principles ISO Quality principles ISO Quality evaluation procedures ISO Quality evaluation procedures ISO Metadata ISO Metadata ISO Positioning services ISO Positioning services ISO – Portrayal ISO – Portrayal ISO Encoding ISO Encoding ISO – Services ISO – Services ISO/TR Functional standards ISO/TR Functional standards ISO Series

17 ISO/TR Imagery and gridded data ISO/TR Qualifications and certification of personnel ISO Schema for coverage geometry and functions ISO/RS Imagery and gridded data components ISO Simple feature access – Part 1-3 ISO Profiles for feature data dictionary registers and feature catalogue registers ISO Geodetic codes and parameters ISO Web Map Server Interface ISO Imagery, gridded and coverage data framework ISO Sensor and data model for imager and gridded data ISO Series

18 ISO Data product specification ISO Data product specification ISO/RS Location based services possible standards ISO/RS Location based services possible standards ISO Location based services tracking and navigation ISO Location based services tracking and navigation ISO Multimodal location based services for routing and navigation ISO Multimodal location based services for routing and navigation ISO Procedures for registration of geographic information items ISO Procedures for registration of geographic information items ISO – Geography Markup Language (GML) ISO – Geography Markup Language (GML) ISO Generally used profiles of the spatial schema and of similar important other schemas ISO Generally used profiles of the spatial schema and of similar important other schemas ISO – Data quality measures ISO – Data quality measures ISO Metadata – Implementation specifications ISO Metadata – Implementation specifications ISO Technical Amendment to the ISO 191** Geographic information series of standards for harmonization and enhancements ISO Technical Amendment to the ISO 191** Geographic information series of standards for harmonization and enhancements ISO Schema for moving features ISO Schema for moving features ISO Web Feature Service ISO Web Feature Service ISO – Filter Encoding ISO – Filter Encoding ISO Metadata - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data ISO Metadata - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data ISO Series

19 defines Model Driven Architecture (MDA) ISO Geographic information – Refence model Real World Universe of Discourse Conceptual formalism Conceptual Schema Language(s) Lexical Languages Graphical Languages basis for one or more Conceptual Model Conceptual Schema formally represented in provides formal language for representing provides concepts for describing data isdigitallyrepresentedby

20 Classification of standards Foundation standardsFoundation standards Basic standardsBasic standards –Tools –Generic content –Generic services Content standardsContent standards –Reference data –Thematic data Services standardsServices standards –Implemented services global regional, national, local

21 Organization Content (data) Access, technology Education Standards A decomposition of SDI

22 Organization and education Organization Content (data) Access, technology Education Standards ISO – Reference model ISO – Terminology ISO – Conformance and testing ISO – Profiles ISO/TR – Functional standards ISO – Procedures for registration of geographic information items ISO/TR Qualifications and certification of personnel

23 Organization Content (data) Access, technology Education Standards Documentation ISO Conceptual schema language ISO Spatial schema ISO Temporal schema ISO Rules for application schema ISO Feature cataloguing methodology ISO Spatial referencing by coordinates ISO Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers ISO Quality principles ISO Quality evaluation procedures ISO – Metadata ISO Metadata - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data ISO/TR Imagery and gridded data ISO Schema for coverage geometry and functions ISO Imagery and gridded data components ISO Profile - FACC Data Dictionary ISO Geodetic codes and parameters ISO Imagery, gridded and coverage data framework ISO Sensor and data model for imagery and gridded data ISO Data product specification ISO Generally used profiles of the spatial schema and of similar important other schemas ISO – Data quality measures Standards

24 ISO Positioning services ISO – Portrayal ISO – Encoding ISO – Services ISO Simple feature access – Common architecture ISO – SFA – SQL option ISO – SFA – COM/OLE ISO Web Map Server Interface ISO Location based services possible standards ISO Location based services tracking and navigation ISO Multimodal location based services for routing and navigation ISO – Geography Markup Language (GML) ISO Metadata – Implementation specifications Service related standards Organization Content (data) Access, technology Standards Education Access and services Standards

25 Agreement ISO/TC OGC common objectives similar work programmes complementary approach joining resources gives strength avoiding inconsistent standards - de jure / de facto / industrial … and more Agreement … has led to establishment of a cooperative agreement between Open GIS Consortium and ISO/TC 211, others have followed: DGIWG, IHO Why cooperation ?

26 OGC President David Schell: Our strategic relationships with other standards organizations have helped us steer the best course relative to broad technology trends, helped our OpenGIS Specifications gain acceptance, and helped other organizations fill gaps in their approaches to spatial processing. Most notably, our relationship with ISO TC/211 has evolved to become a model for cooperation between industry consortia and de jure standards organizations, setting a precedent that shapes our relationship with TC/ Our strategic relationships with other standards organizations have helped us steer the best course relative to broad technology trends, helped our OpenGIS Specifications gain acceptance, and helped other organizations fill gaps in their approaches to spatial processing. Most notably, our relationship with ISO TC/211 has evolved to become a model for cooperation between industry consortia and de jure standards organizations, setting a precedent that shapes our relationship with TC/

27 OGC specifications TitleRev OpenGIS ® Simple Features Specification for OLE/COM 1.1 OpenGIS ® Simple Features Specification for CORBA 1.0 OpenGIS ® Simple Features Specification for SQL 1.1 OpenGIS ® Catalog Services Implementation Specification OpenGIS ® Grid Coverages Implementation Specification 1.0 OpenGIS ® Coordinate Transformation Services Implementation Specification 1.0 OpenGIS ® Web Map Service Implementation Specification OpenGIS ® Geography Markup Language (GML) Implementation Specification 3.0 OpenGIS ® Web Feature Service Implementation Specification 1.0 OpenGIS ® Filter Encoding Implementation Specification 1.0 OpenGIS ® Styled Layer Descriptor Implementation Specification 1.0 = ISO = ISO = ISO = ISO

28 Example INSPIRE architectural model Clients Middleware Servers FeaturesCoverages Metadata update Catalogs Geo-processingServices ContentRepositories Other data e.g., administrative, statistical, env. reporting Distributed Geographic reference data Service chaining: search, display, access, e- commerce, …. User applications EC, MS, national bodies, citizens Directdataaccess Access to transformed data, pictures, maps, reports, multi-media content Metadata search and retrieval for data and services Internet web-browser GIS software Management Inf. Syst. Data content

29 INSPIRE architecture and standards Clients Middleware Servers ISO ISO ISO ISO ISO Catalogs DistributedContentRepositories ISO ISO ISO User applications ISO WFS ISO /WMS WFS, WCS, WTS OGC Web Registry Services ISO ISO ISO ISO ISO ISO ISO ISO ISO ISO ISO ISO Dublin core ISO 23950

30 Future challenges... Finalize current programmeFinalize current programme Establish registries forEstablish registries for –Terminology (already provisional) –Feature catalogues –Geodetic codes and parameters Develop globally standardized feature cataloguesDevelop globally standardized feature catalogues –Global Map? –Land Cover Classification –More detailed geographic information

31 Future challenges... Continue cooperation with our liaison organizationsContinue cooperation with our liaison organizations Market the resultsMarket the results Training and education – capacity buildingTraining and education – capacity building Address new requirementsAddress new requirements

32 Thank you ! ISO/TC … building the foundation of the geospatial infrastructure, brick by brick...


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