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Our INSPIRE specialist Debbie Wilson’s popular workshop from the INSPIRE 2012 Conference in Turkey this year is now available to view online. During the workshop below Debbie takes you through the Download Services technical guidance, the key deadlines for providing access to your data, and explains the different options for interoperable Download Services – WFS and ATOM feeds….
So there are two weeks to go until the deadline for submissions for our SESAR SWIM Masterclass prototype: “Emulating SWIM B2B Services using GO Publisher WFS”. We have made considerable progress in the last month and we are ready to make our initial services and resources accessible to the wider world to see and test.
June 2012 represents another major milestone for INSPIRE Implementation. This is the month when Annex I and II data providers are expected to have set up their INSPIRE Download Services in initial operating capability. However, if you have not been able to do this yet, don’t panic as the European Commission only published the latest version of the INSPIRE Download Services Technical Guidance v3.0 on 12th June. But it is time to get started..
Snowflake Software has launched its Early Access Programme to customers and product evaluators alike, kicking off with an early access version of its upcoming GO Publisher WFS 2.0 product. The programme has been initiated by Snowflake to provide customers with advanced access to product releases before they are commercially ready. The Early Access versions will
Hopefully, you’ve seen our recent press announcement about our involvement in the recent FAA and EUROCONTROL sponsored Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) testbed? If not take a look: Snowflake Software delivers first practical implementation of new OGC standard. This 10 minute video takes a look in more depth at Snowflake’s involvement
Heard of a WFS? Or maybe a Web Feature Service? If, like me, you are unsure of what a Web Feature Service, thing-a-me-jingy is. Take a look at this short, rough and ready video explanation. Yep, I collared our Technical Sales Manager and forced him to tell me, on camera, what the acronym means, and
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
It is not often that data makes the news, but amidst the recent controversy about climate change data the UK Met Office released a set of historical climate records collected since the middle of the 19th century (www.metoffice.gov.uk/climatechange/science/monitoring/subsets.html). At Snowflake we quickly spotted that this data is not only related to time, but also location.
Phil and I had 3 days in the Netherlands last week seeing customers and attending the ATC Conference in Amsterdam. As I’ve blogged previously, GML seems to popping up all over the place these days. In this instance we were on a fact finding mission to see how Snowflake