Posts Tagged: OGC

Ilkka Rinne to lead ISO and OGC Observations and measurements standard revisions

Ilkka Rinne ISO OGC O&M

International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is the world’s largest developer of voluntary international standards and facilitates world trade by providing common standards between nations. Ilkka Rinne from Spatineo has been selected to lead a project for modernizing one of the ISO Standards: Observations and measurements (ISO 19156, O&M). Standards based exchange of observed, measured or… Read more »

CEO greetings of 2018 and Kickoff for 2019

Think it was just a couple of months ago when we wrote the “Year of Accomplishments and Success” blogpost about 2017, and now we’re already on the verge of 2019! How has our year 2018 been and why it was so great for us? And what are our expectations for 2019? CEO Greetings “Merry Christmas… Read more »

Here is what you need to know about “INSPIRE a digital Europe: Thinking out of the box”

INSPIRE a digital Europe: Thinking out of the box. INSPIRE 2017. Kehl-Strasbourg 4-8 September 2017 Theme of INSPIRE 2017 INSPIRE Conference has chosen it’s theme to revolve around this particular phrase: “INSPIRE a digital Europe: Thinking out of the box”. think out of the box to think in a different, innovative, or original manner, esp… Read more »

Carl Reed, former CTO of OGC Strengthens Spatineo’s Board

Carl Reed, former CTO and Executive Director Standards Program of Open Geospatial Consortium, has joined Spatineo as a board member on 27th of April 2017. Dr. Reed’s extensive knowledge and connections in the geospatial industry will help Spatineo in reaching its maximum potential in the market of high quality geospatial data sharing. Spatineo searched for… Read more »

OGC W3C XLink transition: A potential validity breaker

XLink is a widely used W3C standard for creating links between XML documents or fragments inside those documents, similar to HTML a tag. The problem is that for historical reasons there several slightly different XML Schema grammar definitions for the same XLink namespace “http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink” published by different standardization authorities, like World Wide Web Consortium (W3C),… Read more »