Tag Archives: interoperability
With GeoMaritime this week, it seemed appropriate to share my views on the process of validation and real world usage of GML based exchange products – S100 is shaping up to be the interoperability shot in the arm for the maritime industry, but it is just the start….
Along with our fellow OGC members; Cadcorp and EDINA, we’ve initiated an OGC Web Services (OWS) Shibboleth Interoperability Experiment (IE) to advance best practice for implementing standards on federated security in transactions involving geospatial data and services. The IE will demonstrate use of Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) with OGC Web Services, including use of Shibboleth. This
The INSPIRE framework and all its supporting legislation, implementation dates and general terminology can be very daunting. But it doesn’t need to be. For many, INSPIRE is not a choice. It’s a framework that must be complied with. The framework impacts many organisations from service delivery to policy implementation. Yet the benefits extend far
The final preparation for this years DGI Europe 2010 conference (25 – 27 January) is underway. We’ve never exhibited at this event before, but this year we are. And we’re really looking forward to it. In the Defence and National Security domain, geospatial information is an intelligence tool imperative for securing timely operational and mission
We had a busy finale to 2009, with several of our business consultants and technical sales teams sharing knowledge with industry leaders at various conferences and special interest groups. Whilst the team are getting acclimatised to ‘life on the road’ – dipping in and out of nice hotels and lapping up the culture where they can, it’s