The next OGC Technical Committee will be organized by CREAF

15 de January 2015

he next Technical Commitee of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), scheduled for March, will take place in Barcelona and will be organized by Grumets.

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From 9 to 13 March, the members of the OGC will keep their internal meetings at the Casa de la Convalescència, at a meeting sponsored jointly with the Institut Cartogràfic i Geològic de Catalunya (ICGC) and with the support of ILAF, the Iberian and Latinamerican Forum of the OGC. The Forum itself and the Associació Catalana de Tecnologies de la Informació Geoespacial (ACTIG) will organize an Interoperability Day on Friday 13 March, devoted to discussions about OGC standards in national and regional levels, which will take place in the Institut Cartogràfic i Geològic de Catalunya (ICGC).

The Technical Committee (TC) is one of the 4 attended international annual meetings that enable the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) to stimulate the ongoing work on the development of standards. The details of the next call can be viewed here.   In the case of the Interoperability Day, a periodic event, it is expected to be particularly interesting, given the coincidence with TC. Hereyou will find more details.

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Anna Ramon Revilla
Communication manager at CREAF. I have a Biology degree (UAB) and I'm Master in Science Communication (UPF). Passionate about corporate communication with more than 7 years in the environmental R&D sector. Since 2011 I'm managing CREAF communication strategy.
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