CEN/TC 287 Geographic information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 34th Plenary and associated meetings will take place in Delft, The


Netherlands. 


A Standards related technical workshop will take place in the Technical


University of Delft on Wednesday 15th October 2014, to which all are welcome.


It is planned there will also be the opportunity to join the meeting by Webinar.




 

 

 

CEN/TC 287 Geographic information Workshop

Draft Agenda.

Please note venue is still provisional.

 

 

Standardization + cooperation = technical harmonization

 

 

CEN/TC 287 Geographic information Workshop

Technical University of Delft

Building 30

Jaffalaan 9
2628 BX Delft
The Netherlands
Tel. +31 (0)15 - 278 3005


http://www.tudelft.nl/en/about-tu-delft/contact-and-accessibility/housing-tu-delft/accessibility/building-30/

 

Wednesday 15th October 2014

10.00 – 17.00

 

This workshop, associated with the meeting of the European Standards Committee for Geographic information, CEN/TC 287, is aimed at delegates to that meeting, and others involved in standards-setting, or cross-national activities including pan-European projects.

The objective is to share “Best Practices” relating to the implementations of geographic Information standards. Invited speakers will describe the solutions they have adopted, the technical pitfalls and triumphs, and highlight the positive results they have achieved.

The workshop will provide an opportunity to identify requirements for additional standards, and for re-alignments between different existing standards. It aims to reinforce the co-operation among different standardization bodies and to better support the GI community.

 

Please register your attendance here

 

 

1.

Welcome

 

 

To be announced

 

  2

Objectives of the workshop

 

 

Rob Walker

CEN/TC 287

  3

 

The key role played by GI standards in

implementing INSPIRE

Paul Smits

DG JRC

 

  4

 

 

Risks and benefits of INSPIRE Network Services

extended capabilities with respect to OGC  

specifications

John Herring

 

OGC

  5

GI Standards implementation in the Netherlands

Paul Janssen

 

Geonovum

  6

The eENVplus validation service   

Giacomo Martirano

 

eENVplus project

   7

 

The global library for GI Standardization.

 

 

Martin Ford

 

SUNSHINE project

   8

 

Standards and security: the global picture    

 

Scott Cadzow

 

i-SCOPE  project

   9

 

 

 

European Union Location Framework:

 

Standards for SDIs and e-Government

 

Danny Vandenbroucke

AGILE

  10

 

Challenges and opportunities of indoor mapping 

 

   Standards

 

Guiseppe Conti

i-locate

   11

 

Standardization + cooperation

=                                                                    

technical    harmonization

 

Discussion, recommendations, conclusions

Co- chaired by

 

Rob Walker and Bart De Lathouwer