Presentations from the 2001 workshop in Adelaide

Implementing ISO 19115 - Ms. Aleta Vienneau and Mr. David Danko, USA
Illustrating tools for creating ISO compliant metadata and searching ISO metadata on the web.

Establishing a Quality Control System based on ISO 19114 and ISO 19113 - Dr. Gerhard Joos, Germany
Quality is a crucial point for the use of geodata in GIS applications. To ensure that the users' requirements are fulfilled quality control has to be performed before using the data. In order to get comparable results the evaluation and the report have to conform to worldwide accepted standards. This presentation shows how in different projects ISO 19114 and ISO 19113 were applied.

Further developments of the implementation of the ALKIS-ATKIS model using the International Standards 191XX - Dr. Hans Knoop and Dr. Erhard Proß, Germany
This presentation gives an overview of practical progress of cadastral and topographic modeling (ALKIS-ATKIS) by using the IS 191XX in Germany.

Development of Open GIS Component based on the Simple Feature Geometry - Dr. Haeock Choi and Mr. Kwangsoo Kim, Republic of Korea
In this presentation, we describe the Open GIS component architecture supporting interoperability and reusability based on the OGC Open GIS Simple Features Specification for OLE/COM. The MapBase component is developed  for diverse applications and experimenting to the case of clearing house between several local governments.

A Case Study: Spatial Information Integration Services Project - Mr. Rob Crompton and Mr. Neil Sandercock, Australia
This presentation reviews the application of ISO 19115 to the data discovery component of the Spatial Information Integration Services Project. The paper provides background to the project, illustrates a standards-based approach and highlights issues that arose when endeavouring to implement the emerging standard.

An experiment of spatial data exchange - Mr. Yuuki Saijo, Japan
This presentation will show the outline and some technical information of the experiment of spatial data exchange that was based on ISO 19100 standard drafts.

An experiment of making spatial data according to a data product specification - Mr. Takashi Takemoto, Japan
This experiment was carried out with the purpose to verify effectiveness and find problems in making use of the Standard of Geographic Information in Japan.

Canadian implementation of ISO/TC 211 Presentation 1 - Presentation 2 - Dr. Kian Fadaie, Canada
Web access, data discovery, Metadata through a metamanager and cascading webstore server. Applications of Riemannian Hyperspace.

Proposed National Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - Mr. Abdullah Al-Shahrani, Saudi Arabia
The presentation will cover the following: The modern Saudi Arabia and its progress, Spatial Data collection and use in Saudi Arabia, the role of spatial data in the country's development and finally a brief Summary of a Saudi Research Project on a National Spatial Data Infrastructure.

Metadata - Norwegian Profile of ISO 19115 Metadata - Experience and implementation - Mr. Per Ryghaug, Norway
The ISO/DIS 19115 Metadata standard, with its UML-models and data dictionary is translated into Norwegian language, and the implementation work has started. This presentation gives you our experiences and challenges making a national profile of the standard.

Standardizing a Core data set for Crown Emergency Services and Administration - Dr. Richard T. Pascoe and Mr. Richard Murcott, New Zealand
In this presentation, we describe our experiences with applying the ISO TC211 family of standards to defining an application schema that supports the function of locate and verify within the context of emergency services and administration by New Zealand government agencies.

Can ISO19115 work? askGIraffe. - Mr. Lionel Elliott, United Kingdom
The askGIraffe Data Locator service has the draft ISO 19115 at the heart of its design. By adopting ISO 19115, that incorporates the Dublin Core, and ensuring that there are translators to the FGDC format, metadata collected for geographic information can be used by metadata services locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.