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1 Oct 20071 Standards Presentation to Council 29 January 2008

2 Oct 20072 Content 1.Standardisation and GI 2.International standards 3.European standards 4.British standards 5.INSPIRE and standards

3 Oct 20073 1. Standardisation & GI

4 Oct 20074 Standardisation Activity of establishing, with regard to actual or potential problems, provisions for common and repeated use, aimed at the achievement of the optimum degree of order in a given context. BSi

5 Oct 20075 Types of standards By function: –Specification -requirements to be satisfied by product, material or process –Method - formalised way of doing something –Codes of practice - good, accepted practice –Guidance –Glossaries By origin: –De facto –De jure –Proprietary

6 Oct 20076 What should a standard be? Wanted Usable Used Impartial Beneficial Up-to-date Have wide application

7 Oct 20077 Standards only become binding If made mandatory in law If a party contracted to work to them If claim of conformance to it is made

8 Oct 20078 Consensual process Standards body Publish Standard Technical committee Agree to issue as Standard How standards are produced Industry or user community Industry or user community Consult with wider community Adopt draft standard Produce draft standard Submit Work Item Proposal Form working group Identify for need forstandard Nominate members Comment and response Iterate Adopt standard Iterate For de jure standards only. The process varies between different bodies Receive feedback Keep under review after publication

9 Oct 20079 Education Data content Data Access Users Georeferencing Standardisation Scope of standardisation for GI Reference models Modelling languages Terminology Conformance and testing Referencing by coords Geodetic codes and parameters Geographic identifiers Gazetteers Models (schemas) Data specifications Feature cataloguing Quality Metadata Web services Location based services Positioning services Data transfer Qualifications Certification

10 Oct 200710 Who is involved in GI standards? Users Vendors Data producers Military National Standards bodies CEN ISO OGC Governments INSPIRE Governments Central Govt National Standards bodies National Standards bodies National Standards bodies National Standards body Local Govt Local Govt Local Govt Local Govt Dublin Core

11 Oct 200711 And the UK context? Users Vendors Data producers Military BSi IST/36 CEN TC/287 ISO TC/211 OGC Central Govt INSPIRE IDeA Dublin Core

12 Oct 200712 2. International standards

13 Oct 200713 ISO and OGC ISO = International Organization for Standardisation ISO TC/211 – Technical Committee for Geographic Information/ Geomatics OGC ® = Open Geospatial Consortium Inc ISO/TC 211 OGC Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc ®

14 Oct 200714 Work of ISO/TC 211 Standardizing in the field of digital geographic information. Establishing a structured set of standards for information concerning objects or phenomena that are directly or indirectly associated with a location relative to the Earth. Specifying methods, tools and services for: –data management (including definition and description), –data acquisition, processing and analysis –accessing, presenting and transferring data in digital form between different users, systems and locations. Linking to appropriate standards for information technology and data where possible Providing a framework for the development of sector- specific applications using geographic data.

15 Oct 200715 Aim of ISO/TC 211... Develop a family of international standards to: –support the understanding and usage of GI –increase the availability, access, integration, and sharing of geographic information, –enable inter-operability of geospatially enabled computer systems –contribute to a unified approach to addressing global ecological and humanitarian problems –ease the establishment of geospatial infrastructures on local, regional and global level –contribute to sustainable development

16 Oct 200716 Open Geospatial Consortium International industry consortium of 340 companies, government agencies and universities. Consensus process to develop publicly available interface specifications. Specifications support interoperable solutions that "geo- enable" the Web, wireless and location-based services, and mainstream IT. Specifications enable technology developers to make spatial information and services accessible and useful with many types of applications.

17 Oct 200717 OGC approach Organise interoperability projects Work towards consensus Formalise OGC specifications Develop strategic business opportunities Develop strategic partnerships Promote demand for interoperable products

18 Oct 200718 Relationship ISO/TC 211 and OGC Cooperative agreement between ISO/TC 211 and OGC –Common objectives –Complementary work programmes –Sharing resources –Avoidance of inconsistent standards

19 Oct 200719 ISO/TC 211 standards (1) ISO 6709:1983 - Standard representation of latitude, longitude and altitude for geographic point locations ISO 6709 - Revision ISO 19101 - Reference model ISO 19101-2 – Reference Model – Part 2: Imagery ISO/TS 19103 - Conceptual schema language ISO 19104 - Terminology ISO 19105 - Conformance and testing ISO 19106 - Profiles ISO 19107 - Spatial schema ISO 19108 - Temporal schema ISO 19109 - Rules for application schema ISO 19110 - Feature cataloguing methodology ISO 19110 - Amendment ISO 19111 - Spatial referencing by coordinates ISO 19111 - Revision ISO 19112 - Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers ISO 19113 - Quality principles ISO 19114 - Quality evaluation procedures ISO 19115 – Metadata ISO 19115-2 – Metadata – Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data ISO 19116 - Positioning services ISO 19117 – Portrayal ISO 19118 – Encoding ISO 19118 - Revision ISO 19119 – Services ISO 19119 - Amendment ISO/TR 19120 - Functional standards ISO/TR 19121 - Imagery and gridded data Italics = not published For the latest information look on the ISO/TC 211 website http://www.isotc211.org http://www.isotc211.org

20 Oct 200720 ISO/TC 211 standards (2) ISO/TR 19122 - Qualifications and certification of personnel ISO 19123 - Schema for coverage geometry and functions ISO/RS 19124 - Imagery and gridded data components ISO 19125 - Simple feature access ISO 19126 – Feature concepts dictionaries and registers ISO 19127 - Geodetic codes and parameters ISO 19128 - Web Map Server Interface ISO 19129 - Imagery, gridded and coverage data framework ISO 19130 - Sensor and data model for imagery and gridded data ISO 19131 - Data product specification ISO 19132 - Location based services reference model ISO 19133 - Location based services tracking and navigation ISO 19134 - Multimodal location based services for routing and navigation ISO 19135 - Procedures for item registration ISO 19136 - Geography Markup Language (GML) ISO 19137 - Generally used profiles of the spatial schema and of similar important other schemas ISO 19138 - Data quality measures ISO 19139 - Metadata – XML schema implementation specification ISO 19141 - Schema for moving features ISO 19142 - Web Feature Service ISO 19143 - Filter encoding ISO 19144 - Classification Systems ISO 19145 -Registry of representations of geographic point location ISO 19146 -Cross-domain vocabularies ISO 19147 - Location Based Services - Transfer Nodes ISO 19148 -Location Based Services - Linear Referencing System

21 Oct 200721 3. European standards

22 Oct 200722 CEN/TC 287 Technical Committee of CEN (European Committee for Standardisation) for geographic information. NEN, the Dutch standards body runs the Secretariat The committee are: –Producing a framework of standards for GI in Europe –Working with ISO/TC 211 to avoid duplication Aim is: –To support the consistent use of GI Europe –Ensure compatibility with international usage. –Support spatial data infrastructure (SDI)

23 Oct 200723 CEN/TC 287 work programme Adopt the ISO 19XXX standards as European standards –22 published to date Standards and profiles for European SDI –Identification of standards –Guidelines for implementers of SDI –Conformance testing and registers for SDI Particular areas of interest –Web Map Service (WMS) –Metadata profile of ISO 19115 –GI metadata catalogue service –e-Government

24 Oct 200724 CEN/TC 287 and ISO/TC 211 Maintain close liaison Vienna Agreement CEN and ISO – aims: –Optimal use of resources –Information exchange –Transparency of work in CEN and ISO Provides for cooperation by: –Correspondence and exchange of information –Mutual representation at meetings; –Parallel approval of standards at international and European levels.

25 Oct 200725 4. British standards

26 Oct 200726 Education Data content Data Access Users Georeferencing Standardisation Current British Standards in scope Spatial datasets for geographical referencing BS 7666 UK GEMINI (Metadata standard – profile of ISO 19115

27 Oct 200727 Overall purpose of BS 7666 –Identifying and defining geographic objects in scope –Standardising ways of sharing and accessing information about the geographic objects –Standardising ways of addressing objects –Aiding the creation of local gazetteers –Enabling the creation of national gazetteers

28 Oct 200728 Structure of revised standard ISO 19112 Geographic information – spatial referencing by geographic identifiers BS 7666 - 0 Spatial datasets for geographical referencing: Part 0 - General model BS 7666-1 Specification for a street gazetteer BS 7666-2 Specification for a land & property gazetteer BS 7666-5 Specification for a gazetteer of delivery points Annex PROWs

29 Oct 200729 5. INSPIRE and standards

30 Oct 200730 INSPIRE and ISO standards Directive highlights role of international standards INSPIRE Drafting Team used standards-based approach Based on the ISO 19100 series because: –Derived through a consensus process with a large number of information communities –Sufficiently complete and mature to be used e.g. as framework for the development of data specifications –Other SDI approaches recommend or use the ISO 19100 series of International Standards as the foundation for developing data specifications –There is no comparable European set of standards

31 Oct 200731 Standards cited in the INSPIRE General Conceptual Model (GCM) EN ISO 19101:2005, Geographic information Reference model ISO/TS 19103:2005, Geographic Information Conceptual schema language EN ISO 19107:2005, Geographic information Spatial schema EN ISO 19108:2005, Geographic information Temporal schema EN ISO 19109:2006, Geographic Information Rules for application schemas EN ISO 19110:2006, Geographic information Methodology for feature cataloguing ISO 19111:2007, Geographic Information – Spatial referencing by coordinates EN ISO 19112:2005, Geographic information Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers EN ISO 19115:2005, Geographic information Metadata ISO 19123:2003, Geographic information Schema for coverage geometry and functions OGC 06-103r3, Implementation Specification for Geographic Information - Simple feature access - Part 1: Common Architecture v1.2.0 –NOTEThis is an updated version of "EN ISO 19125-1:2006, Geographic information – Simple feature access – Part 1: Common architecture" which should be revised accordingly. ISO 19126:--[2], Geographic Information – Feature concept dictionary and registers[2] ISO 19131:2007, Geographic Information – Data Product Specification ISO 19135:2005, Geographic information Procedures for item registration ISO 19136:2007, Geographic Information – Geography Markup Language ISO/TS 19139:2009, Geographic Information – Metadata – XML Schema implementation ISO/IEC 19501:2005, Information technology Open Distributed Processing Unified Modelling Language (UML) Version 1.4.2 [1] [1] to be published, currently in FDIS stage [2][2] to be published, currently in CD stage [3][3] to be published, currently in FDIS stage [4][4] to be published, currently in DIS stage [5][5] to be published, sent to ISO Central Secretariat for publication

32 Oct 200732 Summary - Standards Committee Official BSI committee Approve British Standards Formal UK input to ISO/TC 211, CEN/TC 287 Input to INSPIRE through AGI Guidelines for implementation


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