ISO/TC 211 Resources

This section contain links to resources for accessing and using models and schemas from the ISO/TC211 Standards.

ISO/TC 211 -  Documents

Livelink (Only for TC 211 members)

ISO/TC 211 Power point template

ISO/TC 211 - CIO Standards Tracker

ISO/TC211 Standards tracker can be used to submit new project proposals and also any change requests to existing standards.

Ontologies (GOM)

Ontology representations of the ISO/TC211 Standards are maintained in the GitHub repository for the ISO/TC211 Group on Ontology Management (GOM).

UML Models (HMMG)
An HTML view of the Harmonized UML Model is available for Conceptual models and Implementation Models.
The GitHub repository for the ISO/TC211 Harmonized Model Maintenance Group (HMMG) contains model files, information about the Harmonized Model, and how to work with it.

XML Schemas (XMG)

The ISO TC211 XML Schema repository is located at http://standards.iso.org/iso.
Each part of each standard has a directory like: http://standards.iso.org/iso/StandardNumber/PartNumber/NamespacePrefix/Version. For example: http://standards.iso.org/iso/19115/-3/cit/1.0 or http://standards.iso.org/iso/19157/-2/mdq/1.0.
Comments, suggestions, change requests and revisions are managed in the GitHub repository for the ISO/TC211 XML Maintenance Group (XMG)

Multi-Lingual Glossary of Terms

The ISO/TC 211 Multi-Lingual Glossary of Terms has been compiled from International Standards developed by ISO/TC 211. Its purpose is to encourage consistency in the use and interpretation of geospatial terms. It is being made freely available to all interested people and organizations.

ISO 19160-1 Addressing profiles

ISO 19160-1 UML profiles for New Zealand, United States of America and South Africa are available.

Geospatial standardization Wiki

Standards for fundamental geo-spatial datasets wiki provides background information on geospatial standardization: a standard and different types of standards are defined; the development and implementation of standards are described; and key standards bodies for fundamental geospatial datasets are introduced.

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