[GeoSciML] FW: new vote on portal for GeoSciML
Boisvert2, Eric (NRCan/RNCan)
eric.boisvert2 at canada.ca
Tue Sep 27 15:30:54 EDT 2016
FYI: voting time
From: Scott Simmons [mailto:ssimmons at opengeospatial.org]
Sent: Tuesday, September 27, 2016 2:56 PM
To: Scott Simmons via TCVoter
Cc: Boisvert2, Eric (NRCan/RNCan); Raymond Oliver; Robida Francois
Subject: new vote on portal for GeoSciML
Dear TC Voters,
There is a new vote on the portal for OGC Geoscience Markup Language 4.1 (GeoSciML) [16-008] as a new OGC standard.
The candidate standard was presented to the TC during the Closing Plenary of the 2016 Orlando TC meeting and approved for vote on 2016-09-22. The presentation slides can be found here:
Abstract: GeoSciML is a model of geological features commonly described and portrayed in geological maps, cross sections, geological reports and databases. The model was developed by the IUGS CGI (Commission for the Management and Application of Geoscience Information) and version 4 is the first version officially submitted as an OGC standard. This specification describes a logical model and GML/XML encoding rules for the exchange of geological map data, geological time scales, boreholes, and metadata for laboratory analyses. It includes a Lite model, used for simple map-based applications; a basic model, aligned on INSPIRE, for basic data exchange; and an extended model to address more complex scenarios.
The candidate standard can be found on Pending Documents here:
Therefore, the Technical Committee Chair has initiated an adoption vote for:
OGC Geoscience Markup Language 4.1 (GeoSciML) [16-008] as a new OGC standard.
This is a 45 day electronic vote and associated IPR review period. The vote will end on 11 November 2016.
Thanks and Regards,
Executive Director, Standards Program
Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
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ssimmons at opengeospatial.org<mailto:ssimmons at opengeospatial.org>
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