- Full text PDF available (7)
- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (9)
- Last 10 years (19)
Journals and Conferences
A precursor paper (also available as an OGC White Paper) provides a high-level overview of and architecture for the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards activities that focus on sensors, sensor networks, and a concept called the " Sensor Web ". This OGC focus area is known as Sensor Web Enablement (SWE). For readers interested in greater technical and… (More)
Researchers face increasingly large repositories of geospatial data stored in different locations and in various formats. To address this problem, the Open Geospatial Consortium and the Open Grid Forum are collaborating to develop standards for distributed geospatial computing.
GEO areas of societal benefits and key land-cover observation needs emphasize the multitude of services from continuous and consistent global terrestrial observations. Committee (UIC) as well as in interoperability experiments.
ALTHOUGH THE QUESTION OF WHO PAYS FOR open data is important (“Who will pay for public access to research data?”, F. Berman and V. Cerf, Policy Forum, 9 August, p. 616), a greater challenge lies in implementing the institutional and cultural changes required before data from government-sponsored research can be openly shared. The Offi ce of Science and… (More)
In a multi-vendor environment, development of the Internet of Things (IoT) will be limited without the emergence of open, consensus standards that enable collaboration. Such standards will define an infrastructure that raises the level of services and quality of information for the marketplace thereby providing more opportunities, particularly for the… (More)
Due to rapid urban development, the Geographic Information System (GIS) database needs to be updated with timely and accurate road network information. This paper presents an approach to design a module for image pre-treatment of roads (or roads seeds) and help to decide the most suitable emergency transportation route in disastrous area. Also, in such… (More)
Connecting our world with accessible networks is scaling to trillions of everyday objects. The Internet of Things, Pervasive Computing, Sensor Web are research names for this development. Planetary Skin, Smarter Planet and CeNSE are several corporate names. The Internet will be augmented with mobile machine-to-machine communications and ad-hoc local network… (More)