|Involved in standardization for 10 years, Frédéric Houbie has contributed for Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) in multiple standards defining Geospatial Web Services, Data and Metadata models. He has participated to ISO TC 211 normalization and has joined multiple working groups of experts for the INSPIRE regulation. Since 2010, he has a seat at the OGC Architecture Board.|
Governments and large organizations are building infrastructures to manage and disseminate their spatial data. Many of those organization already have an SDI in place, but are now facing challenges with more data, real-time data, or 3D data. This talk will discuss how you can build or optimize such SDIs to cope with today’s requirements:
Fast data management and publishing with no or limited preprocessing
How to optimize existing SDIs based on 3rd party technology
Extend SDIs to allow local access and local caching
Extend SDIs with special formats or analysis capabilities
Example architectures will be explained and shown in action. This talk will be useful for geo-officers, geospatial system architects, and technical or presales engineers in general.