Resolutions

47th Plenary meeting in Wuhan 2018-11-15 - 2018-11-16 (N4995)

Resolution 925 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project:
6709 - WG 9 - CD 2019-05 - DIS 2019-12 - IS 2020-12
19105 - WG 4 - CD 2019-06 - DIS 2020-07 - IS 2021-07
19107 - WG 9 - DIS 2017-05  - FDIS 2018-11 - IS 2019-04
19116 - WG 4 - DIS 2018-11 - IS 2019-06
19123-1 - WG 6 CD - 2019-11 - DIS 2020-11 - IS 2021-11
19126 - WG 7 - CD 2017-10 - DIS 2018-06 - IS 2019-06
19127 - WG 9 DIS - 2016-10 - FDIS 2017-04 - IS 2018-06
19130-3 - WG 6 - DTS 2019-02 - TS 2020-10
19131 - WG 9 - CD 2017-06 - DIS 2018-12 - IS 2019-11
19136-1 - WG 4 - DIS 2018-08 - IS 2019-10
19139-1 - WG 7 - DTS 2018-03 - TS 2019-01
19148 - WG 10 - CD 2019-05 - DIS 2019-12 - IS 2020-12
19150-4 - WG 7 - CD 2017-10 - DIS 2018-11 - IS 2019-11
19156 - WG 9 - CD 2019-01 - DIS 2019-07 - IS 2020-07
19160-3 - WG 7 - CD 2017-09 - DIS 2018-12 - IS 2019-07
19160-6 - WG 7 - CD 2019-07 - DIS 2020-02 - IS 2020-10
19161-1 - WG 4 - CD 2018-09 - DIS 2019-01 - IS 2020-04
19162 - WG 9 - DIS 2018-10 - IS 2020-01
19163-2 - WG 6 DTS 2019-02 TS 2021-02
19165-2 - WG 7 - CD 2019-01 - DIS 2019-08 - IS 2020-08
19166 - WG 10 - CD 2018-08 - CD2 2019-02 - DIS 2019-08 - IS 2020-03
19167 - WG 10 - DTR 2018-08 - TR 2020-12
19168-1 - WG 4 - DIS 2019-07 - IS 2020-07
19170 - WG 9 NP
   
Resolution 924 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
48th plenary 2019-06-03 – 2019-06-07 Slovenia
49th plenary 2019-11 or 12 Japan (planned)
 
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project teams and other meetings will be provided prior to the plenary, as required.
ISO/TC 211 encourages the members to consider hosting meetings.
   
Resolution 923 Recommendations from ISO/TC 211-OGC JAG

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that members request the opinion of the ISO/TC 211-OGC JAG on the current NP Ballot below.

ISO/TC 211-OGC JAG recommends the following:
ISO 19170 Geographic information - Discrete global grid systems to be accepted as "Draft document can be registered as Draft International Standard (DIS – Stage 40.00)".

ISO/TC 211 notes the recommendation

   
Resolution 922 Recommendations from PMG on Systematic review

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that members request the opinion of the PMG on the upcoming systematic reviews of standards.

ISO/TC 211 PMG recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2019-03-05:
ISO 19157:2013, Geographic information – Data quality: Confirm
ISO/TS 19135-2:2012, Geographic information - Procedures for item registration -- Part 2: XML schema implementation: Confirm 
ISO/TS 19129:2009, Geographic information -- Imagery, gridded and coverage data framework:
Confirm

ISO/TC 211 PMG recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2019-06-05:
ISO/TS 19163-1:2016, Geographic information -- Content components and encoding rules for imagery and gridded data -- Part 1: Content model: Confirm
ISO/TS 19153:2014, Geospatial Digital Rights Management Reference Model (GeoDRM RM): Confirm
ISO 19115-1:2014, Geographic information -- Metadata -- Part 1: Fundamentals: Confirm

ISO/TC 211 notes the recommendation.

   
Resolution 921 URI Structure
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to circulate the draft URI structure suggested by the HMMG for a 30-day review period. The HMMG convenors shall revise the draft URI structure according to the comments received. Future use of URI shall align with the agreed structure. The agreed structure shall be documented in a standing document (N-document) that is easily accessible through the TC 211 web site.
   
Resolution 920 HMMG Terms of Reference
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to circulate the draft terms of reference for the Harmonized Modelling Maintenance Group (HMMG) for a 30-day review period. The HMMG convenors shall revise the draft Terms of Reference based upon the comments received and present them at the next plenary.
   
Resolution 919 Progress of ISO 19126 Geographic information – Feature concept dictionaries and registers
Noting that the target date for the submission of a final text for ISO/CD 19126 as DIS is reaching the deadline for cancellation of the project i.e. December 10, 2018, ISO/TC 211 resolves to cancel the project if a final text for ISO/CD 19126 is not submitted by the editor to the ISO/TC 211 secretariat by December 1st, 2018. In this case, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform ISO central secretariat of its decision.
   
Resolution 918 Skip CD ballot for ISO 19168-1
ISO/TC 211 resolves to skip the CD ballot for ISO 19168-1 and instructs the project leaders to submit the document for DIS ballot by 2019-07.
   
Resolution 917 Change of title ISO 19168-1 Geographic information – Web feature services – Part 1: Core

Noting that the first part of the title of ISO 19168-1 is the same as ISO 19142, ISO/TC 211 resolves to change the title of ISO 19168-1.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to liaise with OGC in cooperation with the WG 4 convenor and the JAG co-convenors to find a new title that will resolve ambiguities about the naming and future maintenance.

   
Resolution 916 XMG convenor
ISO/TC 211 thanks the XMG Convenor, Dr. Ted Habermann, for his dedicated work in establishing a suite of standard based XML resources.
   
Resolution 915 Disbanding of Working Group 1

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the Working Group 1.

ISO/TC 211 thanks the convenor, Mr. Andrew Jones, and the members of working group 1 for their dedicated work.

   
Resolution 914 PSDO Agreement with CalConnect

ISO/TC 211 is positive to investigate the establishment of a PSDO agreement with CalConnect.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to engage with ISO CS to discuss the conditions and impact to establish such an agreement.

   
Resolution 913 Alternative plans for hosting isotc211.org and the ISO geodetic register

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the offer from the NB of Korea to investigate the possibilities to host isotc211.org and the ISO geodetic register and provide a response by 2018-12-15.

ISO/TC 211 also appreciates the offer from OGC to host isotc211.org during any transition.

In view of resolution 912, these offers are unnecessary. ISO/TC 211 appreciates and thanks both the NB of Korea and OGC for their interest in supporting the isotc211.org.

   
Resolution 912 Offer from Ribose for hosting isotc211.org and the ISO geodetic register

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Ribose for the offer to host isotc211.org and becoming the Registration Authority for the ISO geodetic register.

ISO/TC211 additionally appreciates the clarification that these services will be provided at no cost to ISO, ISO/TC211, or its members. ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the offer and request that Ribose liaises with the current hosts to organize an orderly transition by 2018-12-31.

In addition, ISO/TC 211 appreciates the offer by the sponsors and acknowledge them accordingly.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to liaise with the central secretariat to establish the necessary agreements with Ribose, the ISO/TC 211 control body of the ISO geodetic register and the resources maintenance groups.

   
Resolution 911 Appreciation for hosting of isotc211.org
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Norwegian Mapping Authority for hosting the resource isotc211.org since the start of the committee until 2018-12-31.
   
Resolution 910 The missing chair
ISO/TC 211 regrets the situation which resulted in Ms. Christina Wasström being unable to attend and chair the 47th plenary of the committee in Wuhan. ISO/TC 211 members hope that Christina can resume her role as rightful chair of the committee. ISO/TC 211 encourages Lantmäteriet in Sweden and SIS, with the help of ISO to find a solution to the problem.
   
Resolution 909 Reinitiating the project for the revision of ISO 19123-1 Schema for coverage geometry and functions
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a ballot to reinitiate the work on the revision of ISO 19123-1 as 36-month project. ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nomination of Dr. Liping Di from national member body of the USA to continue as project leader. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for experts within 30 days.
   
Resolution 908 Appointment of the convenor for the ad-hoc group for improving engagement

ISO/TC 211 confirms the appointment of Glenn Guempel as Convenor for the ad-hoc group for Improving Engagement.

   
Resolution 907 Re-appointment of PMG convenor
ISO/TC 211 confirms the re-appointment of the convenor of the Advisory Group 3 Programme maintenance group (PMG) Dr Serena Coetzee for an additional period of 3 years.
   
Resolution 906 Re-appointment of JAG-convenor

ISO/TC 211 confirms the re-appointments of the convenor of Advisory Group 4 Joint advisory group (JAG) ISO/TC 211 – OGC - Mr. Jean Brodeur for an additional period of 3 years

ISO/TC 211 notes the intention of the ISO/TC 211 Joint advisory group co-convenor to resign at the end of this period and wants to nominate a vice-co-convenor to take over after this three-year period.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for vice-co-convenor within 30 days.

   
Resolution 905 Welcome of the new ISO/TC211 – OGC JAG co-convenors
ISO/TC 211 welcomes the new OGC co-convenors Matthew Purss and Robert Gibb to The Advisory Group 4 Joint advisory group (JAG) ISO/TC 211 – OGC.
   
Resolution 904 New liaison to ISO/TC 204
ISO/TC 211 welcomes the nomination of Mr. Chris Body from national member body of Australia as the new liaison representative to ISO/TC 204.
   
Resolution 903
Resolution 903 Liaison to ISO/TC 190 Soil quality

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to establish a liaison with ISO/TC 190 Soil quality.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the nomination of Mr. Chris Body from national member body of Australia as the liaison representative.

   
Resolution 902 Resolution 902 Liaison to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC 42 Artificial Intelligence
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to establish a liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 42 Artificial Intelligence.
 
ISO/TC 211 welcomes the following nomination as liaisons representatives:
- Mr. Chris Body from national member body of Australia
- Mr. Jean Brodeur from national member body of Canada
- Mr. Liping Di from national member body of United States of America
   
Resolution 901 Welcomes Eswatini as new P-member
ISO/TC 211 welcomes Eswatini as a new P-member of ISO/TC 211.

 

 

46th Plenary meeting in Copenhagen 2018-05-27 - 2010-05-28 (N4850)

Resolution 900 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
6709 9 2019-05 2019-12 2020-12
19107 (Rev.) 9 2017-05 2018-05
19111 (Rev.) 9 2017-05 2018-04 2019-05
19112 (Rev.) 1 2017-02 2018-03 2019-01
19116 (Rev) 4 2018-06 2019-06
19123-1 (Rev) 6 2018-08 2019-01 2020-01
19126 (Rev) 7 2017-10 2018-06 2019-06
19127 (Rev) 9 2016-10 2017-04 2018-06
19130-1 (Rev) 6 2016-12 2018-06
19130-3 6 2020-04 TS 2020-10
19131 (Rev) 9 2017-06 2018-08 2019-06
19136-1 4 2018-12 2019-10
19139-1 (Rev) 7 2018-03 TS 2018-06
19148 10 2019-05 2019-12 2020-12
19150-2 7 2018-06 2021-04
19150-4 7 2017-10 2018-11 2019-11
19156
19160-2 7 2017-10 2018-06 2019-06
19160-3 7 2017-09 2018-07 2019-07
19160-5 7 RS 2018-06
19161-1 4 2018-11 2019-04 2020-04
19163-2 6 2019-12 2020-06 2021-02
19165-2 7 2019-01 2019-08 2020-08
19166 10 2018-08 2019-03 2020-03
19167 10 2020-05 TR 2020-12
19168-1 4
   
Resolution 899 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
47th plenary 2018-11-12 – 2018-11-16 Wuhan, China
48th plenary 2019-06-03 – 2019-06-07 Slovenia
49th plenary 2019-11-25 – 2019-11-29 Japan (planned)
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project teams and other meetings will be provided prior
to the plenary, as required.
ISO/TC 211 encourages the members to consider hosting meetings.
   
Resolution 898 Recommendations on Systematic review
ISO/TC 211 recognizes that members request the opinion of the PMG on the upcoming systematic reviews of standards.
ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2018-06-04:
ISO 19106:2004 Geographic information - Profiles
Recommendation: confirm
ISO 19125-1:2004 Geographic information - Simple feature access - Part 1: Common architecture
Recommendation: confirm
ISO 19125-2:2004 Geographic information - Simple feature access - Part 2: SQL option
Recommendation: withdraw
ISO 19145:2013 information - Registry of representations of geographic point location
Recommendation: confirm
ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with a later date:
ISO 19157:2013 Geographic information - Data quality
Recommendation: confirm
   
Resolution 897 Serialization and distribution of schemas and profiles for addressing
ISO/TC 211 invites CalConnect to submit a new work item proposal for the serialization and distribution of schemas and profiles for addressing.
   
Resolution 896 Ad hoc group on classification issues
Noting the report of the Ad hoc group on classification issues, ISO/TC 211 accepts their proposed scope of work to produce a report on the following classification issues within the context of ISO/TC 211 and its standards: relevant classification theory, such as the use of metalanguages for classification; use
cases; tools for assembling, using and visualizing classification; guidelines on building a classification; guidelines on which ISO/TC 211 standards to use and when; suggestions on whether or not the existing ISO/TC 211 standards related to classification should be revised and/or integrated, and if further standards should be developed; and whether or not ISO/TC 211 should develop any classification standards for specific domains.
   
Resolution 895 Stage 0 for ISO 19152
Noting the results of N4812 the revision of ISO 19152, ISO/TC 211 invites Mr. Chris Body to lead a stage 0 project. The project shall respond to comments received in document N4812.
   
Resolution 894 Removing the word Metadata from title ISO 19139
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to find a proper way to rename the standard which will be the result of the revision project ISO 19139-1 by removing the word Metadata and to take action on it.
   
Resolution 893 Establish and ad hoc group on improving engagement
ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group to analyze how to improve the engagement of relevant experts in the work of the committee. The group will also study how the committee could improve the engagement with other domains.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for a chair and members within 30 days.
   
Resolution 892 Disbanding the ad hoc group for Business plan revision
ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the ad hoc group.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out the draft business plan for a 30-day review. The comments of the review will be resolved by the ISO/TC 211 chair.
   
Resolution 891 Control and test of UML models
ISO/TC 211 resolves that all UML models from projects in ISO/TC 211 shall be controlled by the HMMG and tested for derivation of resources by the XMG and GOM between the CD and DIS stages.
   
Resolution 890 Terms of reference for the HMMG
ISO/TC 211 instructs the HMMG convenors to define its terms of reference, including overall responsibility for management of resources for implementation to be presented at the next plenary.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the TMG, XMG, GOM and PMG convenors to contribute to the terms of reference.
   
Resolution 889 New work item proposal on ISO 19162:2015 Geographic information -- Wellknown text representation of coordinate reference systems
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the submission by OGC of a new work item proposal for the revision of ISO 19162:2015 Geographic information -- Well-known text representation of coordinate reference systems as a DIS. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to circulate the draft document N4817 for 30-day review
and seek members' endorsement of its submission to the ISO Central Secretariat for a DIS ballot. If members approve the project it will be added to the programme of work, assigned to working group 9.
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nomination of Mr. Roger Lott as project leader/editor
   
Resolution 888 Land cover and land use
Noting comments in N 4734 and the interest on establishing land use classification, ISO/TC 211 invites the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation to submit a new work item proposal for a stage 0 project.
The stage 0 project shall respond to the comments in N 4734.
The stage 0 project shall study the integration of specific land cover classifications with ISO 19144-2 and how to address the land use classification.
   
Resolution 887 Confirmation of ISO 19144-2
Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 19144-2 (N 4734), the resolution 869, and the recommendation of WG7 report, ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm the standard.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.
   
Resolution 886 Revision of ISO 19148:2012, Geographic information – Linear referencing
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a second call to members for a project leader.
ISO/TC 211 invites OGC and ISO/TC 204 to participate in the revision.
   
Resolution 885 Calibration and validation of remote sensing data products
ISO/TC 211 invites the national member body of USA to submit a new work item proposal on Calibration and validation of remote sensing data products.
   
Resolution 884 Reinitiating the project for the revision of ISO 19105 Conformance and testing
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a ballot to reinitiate the work on the revision of ISO 19105 as 36-month project. ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nomination of Mr. Jinsongdi Yu from national member body of China as project leader. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for experts within 30 days.
   
Resolution 883 Cancellation of the projects ISO 19105 Conformance and Testing
Considering the late nomination of a project leader and the short remaining time for completing the project, ISO/TC 211 resolves to cancel the current revision project. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform ISO central secretariat of its decision.
   
Resolution 882 Skip CEN FDIS Ballot for ISO 19112
Noting the Vienna Agreement, and that EC 19112 made no technical changes to ISO/DIS 19112 when processing the comments from the recent DIS ballot, ISO/TC 211 resolves to seek agreement from CEN/TC 287 to skip the FDIS ballot for ISO/DIS 19112.
ISO/TC 211 resolves to forward the edited ISO/DIS 19112 to the ISO/CS for publication as IS.
   
Resolution 881 Call for Registration Authority for the ISO Geodetic Registry
Realizing that ISO 19127 requires the appointment of a Registration Authority for the ISO Geodetic Registry, ISO/TC 211 instructs the Secretariat to send out a call for a Registration Authority to be in place 2019-01-01.
   
Resolution 880 Establishment of Advisory Group Control Body for the ISO Geodetic Register

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an Advisory Group Control Body for the ISO Geodetic Register in accordance with ISO 19127.
ISO/TC 211 acknowledges the continuing support of the International Association of Geodesy’s (IAG) Bureau of Products and Standards in establishment of the Geodetic Register.
ISO/TC 211 confirms the re-appointment of Dr. Michael Craymer and Mr. Larry Hothem, nominated by the IAG, as convenor and co-convenor, respectively, of the Advisory Group for a period of 3 years.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the Secretariat to send out a call for nominations of the Advisory Group. Each member of ISO/TC 211 can nominate a maximum of 2 experts in the geodetic field.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the Advisory Group to draft terms of reference for presentation at the 47th plenary.

   
Resolution 879 Disbandment of the AHG on Control body for the ISO geodetic registry
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Ad-Hoc Group on the Control Body for the ISO Geodetic Registry and the chair Dr. Michael Craymer for their work. ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the Ad-Hoc Group Control Body for the ISO Geodetic Registry.
   
Resolution 878 Change of number of 19155 to 19155-1
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out an ISO minor revision to change the number of ISO 19155 to ISO 19155-1 and to name it Geographic information -- Place Identifier (PI) architecture – Part 1: Fundamentals.
   
Resolution 877 Fixed structure of standard clauses
In order to be compliant with the ISO/IEC Directives, ISO/TC 211 resolves to deprecate Resolution 69 - Conformance clause. Conformance clauses shall be included as normative text.
   
Resolution 876 Establish an ISO/TC 211 advisory group to UN-GGIM
ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an Advisory group to support UN-GGIM activities and other related UN activities. The advisory group will be chaired by the ISO/TC 211 chair.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for members to the national member bodies within 30 days.
   
Resolution 875 Disband the Ad hoc group on Sustainable Development Goals and targets (SDG) of the UN
ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the Ad hoc group on Sustainable Development Goals and targets (SDG) of the UN and thanks the members for their contributions.
   
Resolution 874 Editing committees
The establishment of editing committees was approved many years ago by resolution 052 when the technical committee environment was different.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, with the assistance of the PMG, to develop rules for project teams to retain responsibility for the project until publication. The rules shall be distributed before and presented at the next plenary.
   
Resolution 873 Liaison to ISO/TC 292 Security and resilience
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to establish a liaison with ISO/TC 292 Security and resilience.
ISO/TC 211 welcomes from national member body of Australia the nomination of Mr. Chris Body as the liaison representative.
   
Resolution 872 Welcomes Slovakia as new P-member

ISO/TC 211 welcomes UNMS SR of Slovakia as a new P-member of ISO/TC 211.

 

 

45th Plenary meeting in Wellington 2017-11-30 - 2010-12-01 (N4714)

Resolution 871 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19101-2 (Rev.) 6 2016-12 2018-06
19107 (Rev.) 9 2017-05 2018-05
19111 (Rev.) 9 2017-05 2018-05 2019-05
19112 (Rev.) 1 2017-02 2018-01 2019-01
19115-1 Amd 1 7 2017-01 2017-10 2019-01
19115-2 (Rev.) 6 2016-07 2017-10 2018-07
19116 (Rev) 4 2017-06 2018-06 2019-06
19123-1 (Rev) 6 2019-01 2020-01
19123-2 6 2016-12 2017-11 2018-05
19126 (Rev) 7 2017-10 2018-06 2019-06
19127 (Rev) 9 2016-10 2017-04 2018-06
19130-1 (Rev) 6 2016-12 2018-06
19130-3 6 2019-10 2020-10
19131 (Rev) 9 2017-06 2018-06 2019-06
19139-1 (Rev) 7 2018-02 TS 2018-06
19146 (Rev) 1 2017-06 2019-08
19150-4 7 2017-10 2018-11 2019-11
19157 Amd. 1 9 2017-05 2018-05
19159-3 6 2016-08 TS 2018-12
19160-2 7 2018-06 2019-06
19160-3 7 2017-09 2018-07 2019-07
19160-5 7
19161-1 4 2018-04 2020-04
19165-1 7 2016-11 2018-05
19165-2 7 2019-08 2020-08
19166 10 2018-03 2019-03
19167 10
   
Resolution 870 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
46th plenary 2018-05-28 – 2018-06-01 Copenhagen, Denmark
47th plenary xxx xxx
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project teams and other meetings will be provided prior to the plenary, as required.
ISO/TC 211 encourages the members to consider hosting meetings.
   
Resolution 869 Recommendations on vote on Systematic reviews

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the upcoming systematic reviews have a number of standards where the members are requesting guidance on how to vote.
ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2017-12-04:
ISO 19144-2:2012 Geographic Information - Classification system - Part 2: Land cover meta language (LCML)
Recommendation: Confirm
ISO 19159-1:2014 Geographic Information - Calibration and validation of remote sensing imagery sensors and data - Part 1: Optical sensors
Recommendation: Confirm

ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2018-03-05:
ISO 19117:2012 (Ed 2) Geographic information – Portrayal
Recommendation: Confirm
ISO 19152:2012 Geographic information – Land administration domain model (LADM)
Recommendation: Revise
ISO 19155:2012 Geographic information – Place Identifier (PI) architecture
Recommendation: Confirm

   
Resolution 868 Systematic review of ISO 6709:2008, Standard representation of geographic point location by coordinates
Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 6709:2008 (N4611) and the revision proposal from Japan (N4618), ISO/TC 211 resolves to revise the standard. ISO/TC 211 invites National Body of Japan to nominate a project leader.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for experts.
   
Resolution 867 Systematic review of ISO 19148:2012, Geographic information – Linear referencing
Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 19148 (N 4609) and the resolution 832, ISO/TC 211 resolves to revise the standard.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for experts. ISO/TC 211 invites OGC to participate in the revision.
   
Resolution 866 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19130-2:2014, Geographic information -- Imagery sensor models for geopositioning -- Part 2: SAR, InSAR, lidar and sonar
Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO/TS 19130-2 (N4608) and the resolution 832, ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm the standard.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision
   
Resolution 865 Workshop on Classification methods
ISO/TC 211 resolves to organize a workshop on classification methods during the 46th plenary meeting week. ISO/TC 211 invites National Bodies, liaison organizations and relevant committees to contribute to the workshop, their experiences with the abstraction of reality, such as top-down and bottom-up
classification methods or their experiences with relevant standards.
ISO/TC 211 invites the Chair of the Ad hoc group on Classification issues to convene the workshop.
   
Resolution 864 Need of synchronization for ISO 19136 Geographic information -- Geography Markup Language (GML)
ISO/TC 211 recognizes the need to synchronize ISO 19136 Geographic information -- Geography Markup Language (GML) with the OGC GML 3.2.2 corrigendum. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat in cooperation with OGC to find a mechanism for synchronizing the two documents.
   
Resolution 863 Change of title 19165
ISO/TC211 resolves to make 19165 a part 1. The new title will be 19165-1 Geographic information — Preservation of digital data and metadata – Part 1: Fundamentals.
   
Resolution 862 Establishment of a joint working group between ISO/TC 211/WG10 and ISO/TC 204/WG3
ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish a joint working group between ISO/TC 211/WG10 and ISO/TC 204/WG3 when its first New Work Item Proposal (NWIP) is approved by both TCs. ISO/TC 211 welcomes the nomination from the National Body of Norway of Mr. Trond Hovland as convenor for the joint working
group.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send a call for experts for the joint working group.
   
Resolution 861 Joint new work between ISO/TC 211/WG10 and ISO/TC 204/WG3
ISO/TC 211 invites a preliminary work item (PWI) for drafting one or more new work item proposal(s) for GIS/ITS-cooperation, as joint work with ISO/TC 204/WG3.
   
Resolution 860 Establishment of an Ad hoc group to revise ISO/TC 211 business plan
ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group convened by the ISO/TC 211 chair to revise the ISO/TC 211 business plan, document N4116. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for members to the ad hoc group after the plenary meeting. The call would also include the opportunity to give comments on the business plan. This ad hoc group will also consider scopes of the working groups aligned with the business plan. The working groups convenors shall contribute to the ad hoc group with a definition of their working group scopes as an input, deadline end of February 2018.
The ad hoc group shall deliver a revised draft of the business plan and it will be presented at the next plenary.
   
Resolution 859 ISO/TC 211 Maintenance groups structure
Considering the challenge of managing implementation resources ISO/TC 211 instructs the convenors of the TMG, XMG, GOM, PMG and HMMG, lead by Mr. Knut Jetlund, to discuss the current structure of the groups and, if a change is preferable, propose a way forward. The agreed proposal shall be presented at
the next plenary meeting
   
Resolution 858 ISO/TC 211 URI structure
ISO/TC 211 resolves that all identifiable conformance classes, conformance tests, requirements and recommendations in ISO geographic information standards shall be identified by URIs with a given structure.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the convenors of TMG, XMG, GOM, PMG and HMMG to develop the structure of the URIs and web resources in a draft report lead by Mr. Knut Jetlund. The report will be sent to the ISO/TC 211 secretariat for distribution to its members one month before the next plenary meeting.
Once accepted, this report will be an input to the revision of 19105.
   
Resolution 857 Official web access for ISO/TC 211 resources to support implementation of standards
ISO/TC 211 resolves to use isotc211.org for web access to its official resources that support implementation, including but not limited to, XML Implementation Schemas, XML Codelists, XML Example files, Ontologies, UML XMI files, Terminologies and Profiles of standards.
   
Resolution 856 ISO/TC 268 Sustainable cities and communities liaison establishment
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to establish a liaison with ISO/TC 268 Sustainable cities and communities. ISO/TC 211 welcomes from National Body of Australia the nomination of Mr. Chris Body.
   
Resolution 855 Invitation to OGC to submit a new work item proposal for Web Feature Services
ISO/TC 211 invites OGC to submit a new work item proposal to initiate the work on the new multi part series of standards on Web Feature Services.
   
Resolution 854 Cancellation of the projects ISO 19142 Geographic information - Web Feature Service and ISO 19143 Geographic information - Filter encoding
Considering the major restructuring required of the two standards, ISO 19142 Geographic information - Web Feature Service and ISO 19143 Geographic information - Filter encoding, ISO/TC 211 resolves to cancel the current revision of these projects. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform ISO central secretariat of its decision.
   
Resolution 853 Publication of ISO 19146 Geographic information - Crossdomain vocabularies
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the comments received in document N4678 in cooperation with the editor and to update document N4573 accordingly. Because of the Vienna Agreement, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to request CEN/TC 287 Geographic Information to initiate a ballot to skip formal vote stage. Assuming CEN/TC 287 accepts skipping the formal vote, the ISO/TC 211 secretariat will forward the ISO 19146 updated document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 852 Registration of 19131 Geographic information – Data product specifications as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the comments received in document N4604 in cooperation with the editor, to update document N4577 accordingly and forward it to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 851 Registration of 19111 Geographic information – Referencing by coordinates as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the comments received in document N4603 in cooperation with the editor, to update document N4576 accordingly and forward it to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 850 Registration of 19107 Geographic information – Spatial schema as FDIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the comments received in document N4676 and will, in cooperation with the editor, update document N4616 accordingly and forward it to the ISO Central Secretariat for FDIS ballot.
   
Resolution 849 Registration of NP/TR 19167 Geographic Information -- The Application of Ubiquitous Public Access for Air Quality Information as Approved Work Item
The NP/TR 19167 was approved, but didn’t have enough experts nominated. There are now enough experts, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to register an Approved Work Item to develop the technical report on Geographic Information -- The Application of Ubiquitous Public Access for Air Quality Information. The project leader will be Dr. Sungchul Hong.
Approval date: 2017-12-01 Target date for IS: 2020-12-01
The project is allocated to WG 10.
   
Resolution 848 Participation to the 7 th FIG LADM Workshop in Zagreb, Croatia
ISO/TC 211 is invited to participate in the 7th FIG LADM Workshop in Zagreb, 12-13 April 2018. ISO/TC 211 nominates the chair of ISO/TC 211, Ms. Christina Wasström, and Mr. Olaf Østensen from National Body of Norway and also encourages the members to participate to the workshop.
The comments of systematic review ISO 19152 will be available to the workshop.
   
Resolution 847 Coordinator to initiate Stage 0 project for the revision of ISO 19152:2012, Geographic information – Land Administration Domain Model (LADM)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination by the National Body of Australia of Mr. Chris Body as coordinator and appoint him to that position.
   
Resolution 846 Project leader of 19105 Geographic information -- Conformance and testing
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the National Body of China of Dr. Jinsongdi Yu as project leader for the revision of ISO 19105 Geographic information -- Conformance and testing.
   
Resolution 845 Convenor for the Advisory Group on Outreach
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination by the National Body of Sweden of Ms. Lena Bengtsson as convenor for the Advisory Group on Outreach and appoints her to that position.
   
Resolution 844 Convenor for Working Group 7

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination by the National Body of Canada of Dr. Jean Brodeur as convenor of Working Group 7 and appoints him to that position.

 

 

44th Plenary meeting in Stockholm 2017-05-27 - 2010-05-28 (N4535)

Resolution 843 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19101-2 (Rev.) 6 2016-12 2017-12
19107 (Rev.) 9 2017-05 2018-05
19111-1 (Rev.) 9 2017-05 2018-05 2019-05
19112 (Rev.) 1 2017-02 2018-01 2019-01
19115-1 Amd 1 7 2017-01 2018-12
19115-2 (Rev.) 6 2016-07 2017-07
19116 (Rev) 4 2017-09 2018-06 2019-06
19123-1 (Rev) 6 2018-01 2019-01
19123-2 6 2016-12 2017-12
19126 (Rev) 7 2017-06 2018-06
19127 (Rev) 9 2016-10 2017-06
19130-1 (Rev) 6 2016-12 2017-12
19131 (Rev) 9 2017-06 2018-06 2019-06
19133 (Rev) 10 2018-01 2019-01
19139-1 (Rev) 7 2017-07 TS 2018-06
19142 (Rev) 4 2017-10 2018-06 2019-06
19143 (Rev) 4 2017-10 2018-06 2019-06
19146 (Rev) 1 2017-02 2018-06 2019-08
19150-4 7 2018-11 2019-11
19155-2 10 2016-05 2017-02
19157 Amd. 1 9 2017-05 2018-05
19159-3 6 2016-08 TS 2018-12
19160 7 Stage 0
19160-2 7 2017-09 2018-06 2019-06
19160-3 7 2017-09 2018-07 2019-07
19160-4 7 2016-04 2017-04
19160-5 7 Stage 0 Review summary 2016-06
19161-1 4 2017-12 2018-04 2019-04
19165 7 2016-11 2017-11
19166 10 2017-03 2018-03 2019-03
   
Resolution 842 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
45th plenary 2017-11-27/12-01 Wellington, New Zealand
46th plenary 2018-05-28/06-01 Copenhagen, Denmark
47th plenary xxx xxx
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project teams and other meetings will be provided prior to the plenary, as required.
ISO/TC 211 encourages the members to consider hosting meetings.
   
Resolution 841 ISO/TC 211 standards in action seminar during 45th plenary week in Wellington, New Zealand
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for presentations to the next ISO/TC 211 standards in action seminar during the 45th plenary week in Wellington, New Zealand.
   
Resolution 840 Liaison to ISO/TC 307 Blockchain and electronic distributed ledger technologies
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to establish a liaison with ISO/TC 307 Blockchain and electronic distributed ledger technologies.
ISO/TC 211 welcomes from national member body of Australia the nomination of Mr. Chris Body.
   
Resolution 839 Terminology collaboration with OGC
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from OGC to make their new register management tools available for purpose of the Terminology Maintenance Group.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the TMG to liaise with OGC on that collaboration.
   
Resolution 838 Joint new work between ISO/TC 211 and ISO/TC 59/SC 13
ISO/TC 211 welcomes a preliminary work item (PWI) for drafting one or more new work item proposal(s) on GIS/BIM interoperability as a joint work with ISO/TC 59/SC 13, and in close cooperation with liaison organizations (in particular OGC and buildingSMART). ISO/TC 211 accepts that ISO/TC 59/SC 13 will have the responsibility of the joint work.
ISO/TC 211 also welcomes a nomination from national member body of Norway of Mr. Morten Borrebaek as co-convenor for this work item to ensure a strong cooperation between the two committees.
   
Resolution 837 ISO/TC 211 / ISO/TC 204 Joint Task Force
Noting resolution 808, cooperation with ISO/TC 204 Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and also noting that initial work has begun with the development of a position paper identifying topics for collaboration, ISO/TC211 instruct the secretariat to liaise with ISO/TC 204 secretariat to initiate the process of forming a Joint Task Force.
   
Resolution 836 Participation in the UN-ECE workshop
Noting resolution 810, ISO/TC 211 has been invited to participate in the UN-ECE workshop and submit a paper by 7 July 2017. ISO/TC 211 nominates Ms. Christina Wasström, Ms. Jeanne Foust and Mr. Chris Body to attend the workshop.
   
Resolution 835 Maintaining harmonized model responsibility
Noting resolution 777, the maintenance of the harmonized model is the responsibility of the Harmonized model maintenance group convenors in cooperation with project leaders and members.
Working Group convenors, project leaders and project editors shall be included as members to the ISO/TC 211/AG 05 Harmonized model maintenance group (HMMG) on livelink. 
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to find an appropriate method to communicate with project leaders and project editor.
   
Resolution 834 Access to ISO/TC 211 resources

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the need to provide access to ISO/TC 211 resources for example: XML schemas, ontologies, registers and UML models in accordance with web good practice. 
ISO/TC 211 also recognizes that this requires maintaining permanent and dereferenceable URIs.
ISO/TC 211 thanks Norway for maintaining the domain name isotc211.org which has been in use since the inception of the committee, and encourages Norway to continue to do so.
ISO/TC 211 also encourages Norway to set the required redirections to where the ISO/TC 211 resources are hosted.

   
Resolution 833 New title for ISO 19111
Noting the PMG plenary report about the reorganization of ISO 19111-1 and 19111-2:2009, ISO/TC 211 resolves to merge the documents together. The new document will be ISO 19111 Geographic information - Referencing by coordinates.
When the document is approved as international standard, it will replace ISO 19111-1, the revision of ISO 19111:2007, and ISO 19111-2:2009.
   
Resolution 832 Recommendations on vote on systematic reviews
ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the upcoming systematic reviews have a number of standards where the members are requesting guidance on how to vote.
ISO/TC 211 reminds the liaisons that they are welcome to submit comments and nominate experts.
ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic review with due date 2017-06-05:
  • 19130-2:2014 Geographic information -- Imagery sensor models for geopositioning -- Part 2: SAR, InSAR, lidar and sonar 
    Recommendation: Confirm
  • ISO/TS 19148:2012, Geographic information – Linear referencing ISO/TC 211 encourages ISO/TC 204 and OGC to submit comments on this project.
    Recommendation: Revise
ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic review with due date 2017-09-04:
  • ISO 6709:2008 Standard representation of geographic point location by coordinates 
    Recommendation: Confirm
   
Resolution 831 Systematic review of ISO 19156:2011 Geographic information -- Observations and measurements
Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 19156 (N 4498) and the resolution 802, ISO/TC 211 resolves to revise the standard.
ISO/TC 211 invites OGC to submit a new work item proposal for the revision of ISO 19156:2011.
   
Resolution 830 Systematic review of ISO 19149:2011, Geographic information - Rights expression language for geographic information - GeoREL
Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 19149 (N 4497) and the resolution 802, ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm the standard.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.
   
Resolution 829 Systematic review of ISO 19141:2008, Geographic information - Schema for moving features
Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 19141 (N 4496) and the resolution 802, ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm the standard.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.
   
Resolution 828 Systematic review of ISO 19118:2011, Geographic information -- Encoding
Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 19118:2011 (N 4495) and the resolution 802, ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm the standard.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.
   
Resolution 827 Call for project leader for revision of ISO 19105:2000 Geographic information – Conformance and testing
Noting the result of the systematic review (N 4389) and call for experts (N 4436) results, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for project leader to start the revision of ISO 19105:2000 Geographic information – Conformance and testing.
   
Resolution 826 Invitation to CalConnect for a draft NWIP
Noting the report by CalConnect in Redlands, subsequent discussions in Working group 7 and the WG7 report in Stockholm, ISO/TC 211 invites CalConnect to submit a draft new work item proposal for a machine-readable encoding of an ISO 19160-1 address reference system.
   
Resolution 825 Revision of ISO 19152:2012 Geographic information -- Land administration domain model
Acknowledging Resolution 809 and the subsequent Global Land Tool Network (GLTN)/ International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) 6th Land Administration Domain Workshop, held in Delft, March 2017, ISO/TC 211 welcomes the wide interest in using ISO 19152:2012.
ISO/TC 211 intends revising ISO 19152:2012, working with other interested parties, for a limited range of already well defined change requirements, and would welcome a new work item proposal to that effect. ISO/TC 211 invites FIG to submit a new work item proposal for this revision.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to make a call to national member bodies for the nomination of a coordinator to initiate stage 0 project to investigate additional standardization requirements on land administration domain model. Relevant liaison stakeholders are invited to participate, including but not limited to FIG, OGC, IHO, UN-GGIM, EG-LAM, ISO/TC 307, ISPRS, World Bank, UN Habitat, UN-DOALOS, and FAO.
   
Resolution 824 Stopping the revision of ISO 19125-2:2004 Geographic information -- Simple feature access -- Part 2: SQL option
Noting that ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32/WG 4 SQL/Multimedia and application packages covers the topic of SQL for geographic information, ISO/TC 211 resolves to stop the revision of ISO 19125-2:2004.
   
Resolution 823 Revision of ISO 19125-1:2004 Geographic information -- Simple feature access -- Part 1: Common architecture
Noting resolution 608 and the result of systematic review of ISO 19125-1:2004, ISO/TC 211 invites OGC to submit a new work item proposal for the revision of ISO 19125-1:2004.
   
Resolution 822 Publication of ISO/DTS 19159-3 Geographic information -- Calibration and validation of remote sensing imagery sensors and data -- Part 3: SAR/InSAR
ISO/TC 211 secretariat has reviewed comments received in document N 4486 and will, in cooperation with the editor, update document N 4485 accordingly and forward ISO/DTS 19159-3 to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 821 Registration of ISO/CD 19146 Geographic information – Cross-domain vocabularies, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the comments received in document N 4501 in cooperation with the editor, to update document N 4474 accordingly and forward ISO/CD 19146 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 820 Registration of ISO/CD 19112 Geographic information – Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the comments received in document N 4516 in cooperation with the editor, to update document N 4488 accordingly and forward ISO/CD 19112 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 819 Re-appointments of convenors
ISO/TC 211 confirms the re-appointments of the following convenors for an additional period of 3 years:
Working Group 4 Geospatial services - Mr. Morten Borrebæk
Working Group 6 Imagery - Mr. C. Douglas O'Brien
Working Group 9 Information management - Dr. John R. Herring
Working Group 10 Ubiquitous public access - Professor SangKi Hong
   
Resolution 818 Call for advisory group on Outreach chair
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for the nomination of a new chair for the advisory group on Outreach, no later than 2017-06-30.
   
Resolution 817 Appreciation for the advisory group on Outreach chair
ISO/TC 211 regrets the resignation of Dr. Victoria Rautenbach as the chair of the advisory group on Outreach. ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Dr. Victoria Rautenbach for her enthusiasm in raising awareness of ISO/TC 211 and its standards in her role as chair since 2014.
   
Resolution 816 Resolution 816 Call for Working Group 7 Information communities convenor
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for the nomination of a new WG 7 convenor, no later than 2017-06-30.
   
Resolution 815 Appreciation for the Working Group 7 Information communities convenor
ISO/TC 211 regrets the resignation of Dr. Antony Cooper as the convenor of Working Group 7, Information communities. ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation for Dr. Antony Cooper dedicated efforts and contributions as the convenor since 2002.
   
Resolution 814 Co-convenor for the Terminology Maintenance Group

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination by the national body of Japan of Mr. Reese Plews as co-convenor of the Terminology Maintenance Group. ISO/TC 211 appoints Mr. Plews to that position for a three-year period.

 

 

43rd Plenary meeting in Redlands 2016-12-01 - 2016-12-02 (N4432)

Resolution 813 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

44th plenary      2017-05-29/06-02         Stockholm, Sweden
45th plenary       
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

ISO/TC 211 encourages the members to consider hosting meetings.

   
Resolution 812 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19101-2 (Rev.) 6 2016-12 2017-12
19107 (Rev.) 9 2015-02 CD.2 2016-02 2017-05 2018-05
19111-1 (Rev.) 9 2017-05 2018-05 2019-05
19112 (Rev.) 1 2017-02 2018-01 2019-01
19115-1 Amd 1 7 2017-01 2018-12
19115-2 (Rev.) 6 2016-03 2016-07 2017-07
19116 (Rev) 4 2017-06 2018-06 2019-06
19123-1 (Rev) 6 2018-01 2019-01
19123-2 6 2016-12 2017-12 19126 (Rev) 7 2016-12 2017-06 2018-06
19127 (Rev) 9 2015-06 2016-10 2017-06
19130-1 (Rev) 6  2016-12 2017-12
19131 (Rev) 9 2017-06 2018-06 2019-06
19133 (Rev) 10 2018-01 2019-01
19139-1 (Rev) 7 2017-02 TS 2017-06
19142 (Rev) 4 2018-06 2019-06
19143 (Rev) 4 2018-06 2019-06
19146 (Rev) 1 2017-02 2018-06 2019-08
19150-4 7 2018-11 2019-11
19155-2 10 2014-08 2016-05 2017-02
19157 Amd. 1 9 2017-05 2018-05
19157-2 9 2014-09 Under publication
19159-3 6 2016-08 TS 2018-12
19160 7 Stage 0  
19160-2 7 2017-06 2018-06 2019-06
19160-3 7 2018-07 2019-07
19160-4 7 2014-12 2016-04 2017-04
19160-5 7 Stage 0 Review summary 2016-06  
19161-1 4 2017-06 2018-04 2019-04
19165 7 2016-09 2016-11 2017-11
19166 10 2017-03 2018-03 2019-03
   
Resolution 811 Representation at the UN World Data Forum
ISO/TC 211 nominates Dr. Antony Cooper and Mr. Olaf Østensen to represent the committee at the UN World Data Forum in Cape Town on January 15-18, 2017.
   
Resolution 810 Contributions to Workshop on Integrating Geospatial and Statistical Standards

ISO/TC 211 notes the information on a planned Workshop on Integrating Geospatial and Statistical Standards in Stockholm, Sweden, in the autumn of 2017 organized by UN-ECE and Statistics Sweden.

ISO/TC 211 notes the Category A liaison status of UN Statistics Division and UN-ECE and our committee?s long time contribution to UN-GGIM.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the offer from NMB of Sweden and Christina Wasstr?m to contact Statistics Sweden to discuss how ISO/TC 211 could contribute to this workshop.

   
Resolution 809 Revision of ISO 19152:2012 Land Administration Domain Model (LADM)

ISO/TC 211 notes the great interest in and increased use of ISO 19152, and recognizes the need for a revision to respond to new requirements.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with the organizers of the UN Expert Group on Land Administration Management (UN EG LAM) meeting and the GLTN/FIG workshop in Delft in March 2017. This workshop focuses on the development of requirements for land administration operational standards and for a revision of the Land Administration Domain Model.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the offer of Mr. Olaf Østensen, Mr. Chris Body and Dr. Antony Cooper to liaise with the organizers of these events to ensure the proper involvement of ISO/TC 211 in order to launch a revision of ISO 19152.

   
Resolution 808 Cooperation with ISO/TC 204 Intelligent transport systems (ITS)

Noting the cooperative agreement (N 1690) between ISO/TC 211 and ISO/TC 204, and acknowledging the technology advancement in intelligent transport systems (ITS), ISO/TC 211 welcomes a new joint task force to investigate further challenges.

ISO/TC 211 nominates Trond Hovland to act jointly with ISO/TC 204 to establish such a joint task force.

   
Resolution 807 Joint work with ISO/TC 59/SC 13 Organization of information about construction works

Noting Resolution 776 and ISO/TC 59/SC 13 Resolution 195, ISO/TC 211 welcomes Standards Norway, in consultation with the Swedish Standards Institute, to organize a workshop in conjunction with the next plenary in Stockholm, Sweden. The aim of the workshop would be to establish a new work item proposal for a joint stage 0 project to be carried out by a joint working group between ISO/TC 211 and ISO/TC 59/SC 13. ISO/TC 211 appreciates the offer of the United Kingdom to assist with the new work item proposal.

In preparation, Standards Norway will prepare a draft proposal to be discussed at the workshop. The draft proposal will be circulated to ISO/TC 211 and to ISO/TC 59/SC 13. Recognizing the renewed MoU between OGC and buildingSMART, ISO/TC 211 invites OGC and buildingSMART to join the workshop to be held in Stockholm.

   
Resolution 806 Referencing UML in standards documents
ISO/TC 211 resolves that every ISO/TC 211 project that includes a UML model shall have a reference to UML and ISO 19103 in the symbols and abbreviation clause: "In this document, conceptual schemas are presented in the Unified Modeling Language (UML). ISO 19103 Conceptual schema language presents the specific profile of UML used in this document."
   
Resolution 805 Co-convenor for the Terminology Maintenance Group

ISO/TC 211 notes the intention of the Terminology Maintenance Group (TMG) convenor to retire at the end of 2017.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for a TMG co-convenor, to become TMG convenor successor.

   
Resolution 804 Liaison with ISO/TC 20/SC 14 Space systems and operations
ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish liaison with ISO/TC 20/SC 14, and instructs the secretariat to inform ISO/TC 20/SC 14.
   
Resolution 803 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the following nominations of liaison representatives:
Dr. Serena Coetzee, South Africa and
Dr. Antony Cooper, South Africa, to CalConnect

Dr. Liping Di, USA, to CEOS/WGISS

Mr. Roger Lott, United Kingdom, to Energistics

Dr. Liping Di, USA, to IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society

Mr. Roger Lott, United Kingdom, to International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP)

Dr. Serena Coetzee, South Africa, to ISO/TC 154

Mr. Chris Body, Australia, to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24

Mr. Chris Body, Australia and
Dr. Jean Brodeur, Canada to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 41, Internet of things and related technology

   
Resolution 802 Recommendations on vote on systematic reviews

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the upcoming systematic reviews have a number of standards where the members are requesting guidance on how to vote.

ISO/TC 211 reminds the liaisons that they are welcome to submit comments and nominate experts.

ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2017-03-07:

ISO 19118:2011 Geographic information ? Encoding
Recommendation: Confirm

ISO 19141:2008 Geographic information ? Schema for moving features

Recommendation: Confirm

ISO/TC 211 encourages OGC to submit comments on this project.
ISO 19149:2011 Geographic information ? Right expression language for geographic information ? GeoREL

Recommendation: Confirm

ISO/TC 211 encourages OGC to submit comments on this project.
ISO 19156:2011 Geographic information ? Observations and measurements

Recommendation: Revise

ISO/TC 211 encourages OGC to submit comments on this project.

   
Resolution 801 Systematic review of ISO 19132:2007, Geographic information - Location-based services - Reference model

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19132:2007 (N 4368), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this standard.

A revision will be considered at a later stage based on guidance from the ad hoc group on LBS.

   
Resolution 800 Systematic review of ISO 19105:2000, Geographic information - Conformance and testing

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19105:2000 (N 4389), ISO/TC 211 resolves to revise the standard with particular attention to the recommendations on modular standards (N 3205, N 3110, N 3165).

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for project leader and experts to the project.

     Approval date: 2016-12-02
     Target date for IS: 2019-12-02

The project is allocated to WG 4.

   
Resolution 799 Registration of ISO 19157:2013 Amd. 1, Geographic information - Data quality - Amendment 1: Describing data quality using coverages, as DAmd
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the comments received in document N 4415 in cooperation with the editor, update document N 4377 accordingly and forward the draft ISO 19157:2013 amendment to the ISO Central Secretariat for DAmd ballot.
   
Resolution 798 Registration of ISO/CD 19123-2, Geographic information - Schema for coverage geometry and functions - Part 2: Coverage implementation schema, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the comments received in document N 4416 in cooperation with the editor, update document N 4379 accordingly and forward ISO/CD 19123-2, to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 797 Registration of ISO/CD 19115-2, Geographic information - Metadata - Part 2: Extensions for acquisition and processing, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward document N 4375, ISO/CD 19115-2, to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 796 Registration of ISO/CD 19107, Geographic information - Spatial schema, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the comments received in document N 4494 in cooperation with the editor, to update document N 4373 accordingly and forward ISO/CD 19107 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 795 Registration of ISO/CD 19130-1, Geographic information - Imagery sensor models for geopositioning - Part 1: Fundamentals, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the comments received in document N 4420 in cooperation with the editor, to update document N 4371 accordingly and forward ISO/CD 19130-1 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot
   
Resolution 794 Registration of ISO/CD 19101-2, Geographic information - Reference model - Part 2: Imagery, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the comments received in document N 4419 in cooperation with the editor, to update document N 4369 accordingly and forward ISO/CD 19101-2 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 793 Revision of ISO 19133:2005 Geographic information - Location-based services - Tracking and navigation

Taking into consideration the work in progress by the Ad hoc group on Location based services, ISO/TC 211 resolves to withdraw the registration of the revision and confirm ISO 19133:2005.

Revision of ISO 19133:2005 will be after, and guided by, the recommendations of the ad hoc group.

   
Resolution 792 Registration of new project ISO 19115-1:2014 Amendment 1 and registration for DAmd

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 40.00): ISO 19115-1:2014 Amendment 1, Geographic information ? Metadata ? Part 1: Fundamentals - Amendment 1
Submitted by: ISO/TC 211 Secretariat
Project Leader: Mr. David Danko, USA

Approval date: 2016-12-02
Target date for IS: 2018-12-02

The project is assigned to WG 7.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the document (N 4383) to the ISO Central Secretariat for DAmd ballot.

   
Resolution 791 Registration of new project ISO 19150-4, Geographic information ? Ontology ? Part 4: Service ontology

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.00): ISO/NP 19150-4, Geographic information ? Ontology ? Part 4: Service ontology
Submitted by: NMB of China
Project Leader: Professor Jiantao Bi, China
Editor: Dr. Jean Brodeur, Canada

Approval date: 2016-11-01
Target date for IS: 2019-11-01

The project is assigned to WG 7.

   
Resolution 790 Registration of new project ISO 19160-3, Addressing ? Part 3: Address data quality

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.00): ISO/NP 19160-3, Addressing ? Part 3: Address data quality
Submitted by: NMB of USA
Project Leader: Mr. Sean Uhl, USA

Approval date: 2016-07-02
Target date for IS: 2019-07-02

The project is assigned to WG 7.

   
Resolution 789 Project leader for ISO 19146 - Geographic information - Cross-domain vocabularies
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from Australia of Mr. Andrew Jones as the project leader of the revision of ISO 19146:2010.
   
Resolution 788 Re-appointment of convenor of Working Group 1
ISO/TC 211 confirms the re-appointment of Mr. Andrew Jones as convenor of WG 1 Framework and reference model, for an additional period of 3 years.
   
Resolution 787 Nomination of new chair of ISO/TC 211
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from Sweden of Ms. Christina Wasstr?m as new chair of ISO/TC 211, and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.
   
Resolution 786 Liaison with EUROGI - European Umbrella Organisation for Geographic Information
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the request for a category A liaison from EUROGI, and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.
   
Resolution 785 Liaison with The Calendaring and Scheduling Consortium - CalConnect

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the request for a category A liaison from CalConnect, and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.

 

 

42nd Plenary meeting in Tromsø‚Äč 2016-06-16 - 2016-06-17 (N4320)

Resolution 784 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

43rd plenary      2016-11-28/12-02         Redlands, CA, USA
44th plenary       2017-05/06*               Stockholm, Sweden
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

* To be decided

   
Resolution 783 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19101-2 (Rev.) 6 2016-12 2017-12
19104 (Rev.) 1 2014-01 2015-08 Under publication
19107 (Rev.) 9 2015-02 CD.2 2016-02 2017-05 2018-05
19110 (Rev.) 7 2012-01 2013-06 2016-07 2016-12
19111-1 (Rev.) 9 2017-05 2018-05 2019-05
19112 (Rev.) 1 2017-02 2018-02 2019-02
19115-2 (Rev.) 6 2016-03 2016-07 2017-07
19115-3 7 2014-02 Under publication
19116 (Rev) 4 2017-06 2018-06 2019-06
19123-1 (Rev) 6 2018-01 2019-01
19123-2 6 2016-12 2017-12
19126 (Rev) 7 2016-12 2017-06 2018-06
19127 (Rev) 9 2015-06 2016-06 2017-06
19130-1 (Rev) 6  2016-12 2017-12
19131 (Rev) 9 2017-06 2018-06 2019-06
19133 (Rev) 10 2018-01 2019-01
19139-1 (Rev) 7 2016-09 TS 2017-06
19142 (Rev) 4 2018-06 2019-06
19143 (Rev) 4 2018-06 2019-06
19155-2 10 2014-08 2016-05 2017-02
19157 Amd. 1 9 2017-05 2018-05
19157-2 9 2014-09 TS 2016-09
19159-3 6 2016-12 TS 2018-12
19160 7 Stage 0  
19160-2 7 2017-06 2018-06 2019-06
19160-4 7 2014-12 2016-04 2017-04
19160-5 7 Stage 0 Review summary 2016-06  
19161-1 4 2017-04 2018-04 2019-04
19165 7 2016-02 2016-11 2017-11
19166 10 2017-03 2018-03 2019-03
   
Resolution 782 Offers to host the Secretariat for ISO/TC 211
ISO/TC 211 thanks the national bodies of China, Sweden and Turkey for offering to take on the ISO/TC 211 Secretariat.
Further, noting the TMB resolution 66/2016, ISO/TC 211 congratulates Swedish Standards Institute on being selected and looks forward to their successful leadership of ISO/TC 211 from January 2017.
   
Resolution 781 Geographic information standards wiki
ISO/TC 211 thanks the International Cartographic Association for its initiative to establish and host a wiki for geographic information standards (ISO/TC 211, OGC and IHO), and the contribution by Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences. ISO/TC 211 encourages its members to maintain the wiki.
   
Resolution 780 Ad hoc group on best practices for UML modelling in ISO/TC 211
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the ad hoc group on best practices for UML modelling and its convenor, Mr. Knut Jetlund, for their work.
ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the group, and transfers the responsibilities of the group to HMMG.
   
Resolution 779 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the following nominations of liaison representatives:
Mr. Larry Hothem, USA to IAG

Mr. Larry Hothem, USA to FIG

Mr. Larry Hothem, USA to SCAR

   
Resolution 778 Nomination of representatives from ISO/TC 211 to UN-GGIM session 6
ISO/TC 211 nominates the following delegation to the 6th session of the UN Committee of Experts on GGIM:
Mr. Olaf Østensen
Mr. Chris Body
Ms. Jeanne Foust
   
Resolution 777 Creation of harmonized models at an early stage
ISO/TC 211 resolves that every project in ISO/TC 211 that includes a UML model shall create and validate the model in the Harmonized Model before the document becomes a Committee Draft or Draft Technical Specification. In order to support this, the need for a UML model should be explicit in the new work item proposals, and member bodies are encouraged to nominate required expertise.
   
Resolution 776 Joint work with ISO/TC 59/SC 13 ? Buildings and civil engineering works ? Organization of information about construction works
Noting the ongoing discussion in WG 10 concerning the GIS-BIM integration and previous resolutions (575, 605, 690), ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to contact the ISO/TC 59/SC 13 secretariat to discuss how to organize joint work between the two committees.
   
Resolution 775 Ad hoc group on classification issues

Noting the comments on the revision of ISO 19126 (N 3982), ISO/TC 211 decides to establish an ad hoc group on the topic of geographic information classification schemes.
The ad hoc group shall develop and present their scope of work for discussion at the next plenary.

The ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer from the WG 7 Convenor, Mr. Antony Cooper, to chair the group.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for members of the group before the end of June.

   
Resolution 774 Recommendations on vote on systematic reviews

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the upcoming systematic reviews have a number of standards where the members are requesting guidance on how to vote.
ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2016-09-15:

ISO 19105:2000 Geographic information ? Conformance and testing
Recommendation: Revise to align with recommendations on modular standards (N 3110, N 3165, N 3205)

ISO 19132:2007 Geographic information ? Location-based services ? Reference model
Recommendation: Confirm, noting important developments such as Smart Cities and Internet of Things; consider revision at a later stage based on guidance from the ad hoc group on LBS.

   
Resolution 773 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19158:2012, Geographic information - Quality assurance of data supply
Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO/TS 19158:2012 (N 4258), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this technical specification.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.
   
Resolution 772 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19150-1:2012, Geographic information - Ontology - Part 1: Framework
Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO/TS 19150-1:2012 (N 4257), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this technical specification.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.
   
Resolution 771 Systematic review of ISO 19146:2010, Geographic information - Cross-domain vocabularies

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19146:2010 (N 4256), ISO/TC 211 resolves to revise the standard.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for project leader and experts to the project.

The project is allocated to WG 1

   
Resolution 770 Systematic review of ISO 19139-2:2005, Geographic information - Metadata - XML schema implementation - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data
Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19139-2:2005 (N 4255), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this standard and to withdraw it when ISO 19115-3 is published.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.
   
Resolution 769 Systematic review of ISO 19137:2007, Geographic information - Core profile of the spatial schema
Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19137:2007 (N 4254), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this standard, with a plan to initiate revision when ISO 19107 is published.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.
   
Resolution 768 Systematic review of ISO 19134:2007, Geographic information - Location-based services - Multimodal routing and navigation
Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19134:2007 (N 4253), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this standard.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.
   
Resolution 767 Imagery sensor models for geopositioning - Implementation schema
ISO/TC 211 recognizes the need for a new XML schema for the encoding of ISO 19130-1 and 19130-2. ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NMB of China to propose the NWIP for 19130-3, Geographic information - Imagery sensor models for geopositioning - Part 3: Implementation schema.
   
Resolution 766 Publication of ISO/DTS 19157, Geographic information - Data quality - Part 2: XML schema implementation
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward document N 4273 to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 765 Registration of ISO/CD 19127, Geographic information - Geodetic register, as DIS (revision of ISO 19127:2005)
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to update document N 4247 according to the proposal from the editing committee, given in document N 4311, and forward ISO/CD 19127 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 764 Registration of new project ISO 19143 (revision of ISO 19143:2010)

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:
New project (Stage 30.00): ISO/NP 19143, Geographic information ? Filter encoding
Submitted by: Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
Project Leader: Mr. Peter Vretanos, OGC

Approval date: 2016-06-07
Target date for IS: 2019-06-07

The project is assigned to WG 4.

This new project replaces the ongoing project.

   
Resolution 763 Registration of new project ISO 19142 (revision of ISO 19142:2010)

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:
New project (Stage 30.00): ISO/NP 19142, Geographic information ? Web Feature Service
Submitted by: Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
Project Leader: Mr. Peter Vretanos, OGC

Approval date: 2016-06-07
Target date for IS: 2019-06-07

The project is assigned to WG 4.

This new project replaces the ongoing project.

   
Resolution 762 Registration of new project ISO 19131 (revision of ISO 19131:2007)

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:
New project (Stage 20.20): ISO/NP 19131, Geographic information ? Data product specifications
Submitted by: NMB of Sweden
Project Leader: Mr. Anders Skog, Sweden

Approval date: 2016-06-07
Target date for IS: 2019-06-07

The project is assigned to WG 9.

   
Resolution 761 Registration of new project ISO 19160-2

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:
New project (Stage 20.00): ISO/NP 19160-2, Addressing ? Part 2: Good practices for address assignment schemes
Submitted by: World Bank
Project Leader: Ms. Catherine D. Farvacque-Vitkovic, World Bank
Editor: Mr. Tony Braun, World Bank

Approval date: 2016-06-04
Target date for IS: 2019-06-04

The project is assigned to WG 7.

   
Resolution 760 Registration of new project ISO 19123-2

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:
New project (Stage 30.00): ISO/NP 19123-2, Geographic information ? Schema for coverage geometry and functions ? Part 2: Coverage Implementation Schema
Submitted by: Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
Project Leader: Mr. Peter Baumann, OGC

Approval date: 2016-05-20
Target date for IS: 2018-05-20

The project is assigned to WG 6.

Noting that there were only one substantial comment, and that this is resolved, ISO/TC 211 resolves to omit the committee draft stage.

ISO/TC 211 requests that WG 6 convenor distributes the updated version to the WG for their approval, and that the document is forwarded to the secretariat for a six weeks review before it is sent to ISO for DIS ballot.

   
Resolution 759 Registration of new project ISO 19116 (revision of ISO 19116:2004)

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:
New project (Stage 20.00): ISO/NP 19116, Geographic information ? Positioning services
Submitted by: NMB of Japan
Project Leader: Mr. Tetsuya Gunji, Japan
Editor: Mr. Reese Plews, Japan

Approval date: 2016-05-12
Target date for IS: 2019-05-12

The project is assigned to WG 4.

   
Resolution 758 Registration of new project ISO 19111-1 (revision of ISO 19111:2007)

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:
New project (Stage 20.20): ISO/NP 19111-1, Geographic information ? Spatial referencing by coordinates ? Part 1: Fundamentals
Submitted by: International Association for Geodesy (IAG), GGOS Bureau of Products and Standards
Project Leader: Mr. Roger Lott, United Kingdom

Approval date: 2016-05-12
Target date for IS: 2019-05-12

The project is assigned to WG 9.

   
Resolution 757 Registration of new project ISO 19157:2013 Amendment 1

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:
New project (Stage 20.00): ISO 19157:2013 Amendment 1, Geographic information ? Data quality ? Amendment 1: Describing data quality using coverages
Submitted by: ISO/TC 211 Secretariat
Project Leader: Mr. David Danko, USA

Approval date: 2016-05-05
Target date for IS: 2018-05-05

The project is assigned to WG 9.

ISO/TC 211 requests that the WG 9 convenor distributes the updated version to the WG for their approval, and that the document is forward to the secretariat for a six weeks review by the members. If there are no objections, it will be sent to ISO for DIS ballot.

   
Resolution 756 Registration of new project ISO 19161-1

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:
New project (Stage 20.00): ISO/NP 19161-1, Geographic information ? Geodetic references -- Part 1: The International Terrestrial Reference System (ITRS)
Submitted by: NMB of France
Project Leader: Dr. Claude Boucher, France
Editor: Mr. Thierry Gattacceca, France

Approval date: 2016-04-15
Target date for IS: 2019-04-15

The project is assigned to WG 4.

   
Resolution 755 Registration of new project ISO 19166

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:
New project (Stage 30.00): ISO/NP 19166, Geographic information ? BIM to GIS conceptual mapping (B2GM)
Submitted by: NMB of Republic of Korea
Project Leader: Dr. Tae Wook Kang, Republic of Korea

Approval date: 2016-03-02
Target date for IS: 2019-03-02

The project is assigned to WG 10.

   
Resolution 754 Progress of the revision of ISO 19123:2005
ISO/TC 211 confirms the allocation of project 19123-1 to WG 6.
   
Resolution 753 Progress of the revision of ISO 19112:2003
ISO/TC 211 confirms the allocation of project 19112 to WG 1.
   
Resolution 752 Progress of the revision of ISO 19126:2009
ISO/TC 211 confirms the allocation of project 19126 to WG 7.
   
Resolution 751 Progress of the revision of ISO 19101-2:2008

ISO/TC 211 notes that WG 6 has revised ISO 19101-2:2008 according to the comments received at systematic review and through discussions in the project team.
Noting that the comments have been resolved, ISO/TC 211 decides to omit the committee draft stage.

ISO/TC 211 requests that the WG 6 convenor distributes the updated version to the WG for their approval, and that the document is forward to the secretariat for a six weeks review by the members. If there are no objections, it will be sent to ISO for DIS ballot.

   
Resolution 750 Liaison with Small Business Standard

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the request for a category A liaison from Small Business Standards, and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.

 

 

41st Plenary meeting in Sydney 2015-12-10 - 2015-12-11 (N4189)

Resolution 749 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

42nd plenary      2016-06-13/17                Norway (venue to be decided - Troms??)
43rd plenary      2016-11-28/12-02               

Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for host for the 43rd plenary meeting and other subsequent meetings.

   
Resolution 748 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19103 (Rev.) 4 2011-07 2012-08 2013-08 Under publication
19104 (Rev.) 1 2014-01 2015-08 2016-05
19107 (Rev.) 9 2015-02 CD.2 2016-02 2017-05 2018-05
19110 (Rev.) 7 2012-01 2013-06 2016-03 2016-09
19115-2 (Rev.) 6 2016-03 2016-07 2017-07
19115-3 7 2014-02 TS 2016-06
19119 (Rev) 4 2012-08 2014-01 2015-03 Under publication
19127 9 2015-06 2016-06 2017-06
19130-1 6 2015-12 2016-12 2017-12
19139-1 7 2015-12 2016-06 2017-06
19142 4 2016-03 2017-03
19143 4 2016-03 2017-03
19155-2 10 2014-08 2016-02 2017-02
19157-2 9 2014-09 2016-05
19159-2 6 2014-08 TS 2016-01
19159-3 6 2016-12 TS 2018-12
19160 7 Stage 0  
19160-1 7 2013-07 2014-07 Under publication
19160-4 7 2014-12 2016-01 2017-01
19160-5 7 Stage 0 Review summary 2016-06  
19161 4 Stage 0  
19163-1 6 2014-08 CD.2 2015-03 Under publication
19165 7 2016-02 2016-11 2017-11
   
Resolution 747 Adoption of CEN/TC 287 Technical Reports

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the kind invitation from the CEN/TC 287 secretariat (BSI) for ISO/TC 211 to adopt the following Technical Reports:

CEN/TR 15449-1, Spatial data infrastructures - Part 1: Reference model
CEN/TR 15449-2, Spatial data infrastructures - Part 2: Best practices
CEN/TR 15449-3, Spatial data infrastructures - Part 3: Data centric view
CEN/TR 15449-4, Spatial data infrastructures - Part 4: Service centric view
CEN/TR 15449-5, Spatial data infrastructures - Part 5: Validation and testing
ISO/TC 211 notes the interest from members and instructs the secretariat to investigate the process and progress adoption.

   
Resolution 746 Ad hoc group to revise the business plan

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Ad hoc group to revise the business plan for their work.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the group

   
Resolution 745 Ad hoc group on Location based services

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group to review the location based services related standards, and provide guidance and a road map for the maintenance of these standards.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NMB of Korea of Professor SangKi Hong to convene the group.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for participation.

   
Resolution 744 Backward compatibilities in revised standards

ISO/TC 211 strongly recommends that revisions of standards and technical specifications include an informative annex which describes how backward compatibility is addressed.

This annex may include crosswalks, mappings or similar mechanisms, which evidence the degree of compatibility.

   
Resolution 743 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the following nominations of liaison representatives:

Mr. Doug O'Brien, Canada to IHO

Ms. Liu Ruomei, China to UN-GGIM-AP

Mr. Patrick Vorster, South Africa to ISO/TC 172/SC 6 Geodetic and surveying instruments

Professor Serena Coetzee, South Africa to the International Cartographic Association (ICA)

Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa to the International Cartographic Association (ICA)

Professor Serena Coetzee, South Africa to the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS)

Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa to the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UN ECA).

Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa to ISO/TC 69, Applications of statistical methods.

   
Resolution 742 Recommendations on vote on systematic reviews

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the upcoming systematic reviews have a number of standards where the members are requesting guidance on how to vote.

ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2016-03-15:

ISO 19111:2007 Geographic information - Spatial referencing by coordinates
Revise

ISO 19131:2007 Geographic information - Data product specifications
Revise

ISO 19134:2007 Geographic information - Location-based services - Multimodal routing and navigation
Confirm

ISO 19137:2007 Geographic information - Core profile of the spatial schema
Revise following the publication of ISO 19107

ISO/TS 19139-2:2005 Geographic information - Metadata - XML schema implementation - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data
Confirm with a comment that it should be withdrawn when the revision of ISO 19115-2 and associated schemas are published.

ISO 19146:2010 Geographic information -? Cross-domain vocabularies
Revise

ISO/TS 19150-1:2012 Geographic information - Ontology ? Part 1: Framework
Confirm

ISO/TS 19158:2012 Geographic information - Quality assurance of data supply
Confirm

   
Resolution 741 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19135-2:2012, Geographic information - Procedures for item registration - Part 2: XML schema implementation

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO/TS 19135-2:2012 (N 4105), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this technical specification.

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the need for a new XML schema for the encoding of ISO 19135-1. Noting Resolution 684, Derived resources from UML models, ISO/TC 211 invites a new work item proposal to append an annex to ISO 19135-1, referencing the XML repository of the ISO 19135-1 XML schema implementation.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NMB of Germany to propose the NWIP for the amendment of ISO 19135-1, with the proposed project leader Mr. Stefan Strobel.

This amendment shall replace ISO/TS 19135-2:2012.

   
Resolution 740 Systematic review of ISO 19133:2005, Geographic information - Location-based services - Tracking and navigation

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19133:2005 (N 4104), ISO/TC 211 resolves to revise this standard.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for a project leader and experts.

   
Resolution 739 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19129:2009, Geographic information - Imagery, gridded and coverage data framework

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO/TS 19129:2009 (N 4103), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this technical specification.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.

   
Resolution 738 Systematic review of ISO 19128:2005, Geographic information - Web map server interface

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19128:2005 (N 4102), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this standard.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.

   
Resolution 737 Systematic review of ISO 19123:2005, Geographic information - Schema for coverage geometry and functions

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19123:2005 (N 4101), ISO/TC 211 resolves to revise this standard.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NMB of USA for professor Liping Di as project leader, and instructs the secretariat to send out a call for experts.

   
Resolution 736 Systematic review of ISO 19112:2003, Geographic information - Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19112:2003 (N 4100), ISO/TC 211 resolves to revise this standard.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NMB of the United Kingdom for Dr. Rob Walker as project leader, and instructs the secretariat to send out a call for experts.

   
Resolution 735 Systematic review of ISO 19108:2002, Geographic information - Temporal schema

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19108:2002 (N 4099), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this standard.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.

   
Resolution 734 Project leader of 19126, Geographic information - Feature concept dictionaries and registers
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NMB of South Africa of Mr. Antony Cooper as project leader for the revision of ISO 19126.
   
Resolution 733 Project leader of 19101-2, Geographic information - Reference model - Part 2: Imagery
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NMB of Canada of Mr. Doug O'Brien as project leader for the revision of ISO 19101-2, and Dr. Mohamed Habbane as editor.
   
Resolution 732 Publication of ISO/TS 19115-3 Geographic information - Metadata - XML schema implementation of metadata fundamentals
ISO/TC 211 endorses the decision of WG 7 and the secretariat to advance the publication without a final review. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the final text of 19115-3 (document N 3753 with editorial modifications) to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 731 Publication of ISO/TS 19163-1 Geographic information - Content components and encoding rules for imagery and gridded data - Part 1: Content model
ISO/TC 211 endorses the decision of WG 6 and the secretariat to advance the publication without a final review. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the final text of 19163-1 (document N 4120) to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 730 Publication of ISO/TS 19159-2 Geographic information - Calibration and validation of remote sensing imagery sensors - Part 2: Lidar
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward ISO/DTS 19159-2 (document N 4138) to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 729 Registration of ISO/CD 19160-4, Addressing - Part 4: International postal address components and template languages, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the ISO/CD 19160-4 (document N 4134) to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 728 Registration of ISO/CD 19155-2, Geographic information - Place Identifier (PI) architecture - Part 2: Place Identifier (PI) linking, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the ISO/CD 19155-2 (document N 4133) to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot
   
Resolution 727 Project ISO 19111-2:2009 Geographic information - Spatial referencing by coordinates - Part 2: Extension for parametric value, Amendment 1

ISO/TC 211 resolves to abandon the NWIP 19111-2:2009/Amd. 1 (N 4054/4090), and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about this decision.

The proposed amendment will be taken into consideration at the next revision of ISO 19111.

   
Resolution 726 Registration of new project 19159-3

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19159-3, Geographic information ? Calibration and validation of remote sensing imagery sensors ? Part 3: SAR/InSAR
Submitted by: NMB of China
Project Leader: Professor Chibiao DING, China
Editor: Professor Liping Di, USA

Approval date: 2015-11-25
Target date for TS: 2018-11-25

The project is assigned to WG 6.

   
Resolution 725 ISO Concept Database
Noting the success of the ISO concept database, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to contact the ISO Central Secretariat to discuss (with the TMG convenor) the potential for using the concept database as a distribution and maintenance platform for the multilingual glossary of terms and for the expansion of the concept database along the lines of the multilingual glossary of terms.
   
Resolution 724 Terminology repository implementation

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the need for the implementation of the terminology repository into contemporary technology.

ISO/TC 211 invites national member bodies to offer a sustainable solution.

   
Resolution 723 Ad hoc group to participate in a joint study group on sustainable development goals and targets (SDG) of the UN

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group to participate in the joint study group formed by IHO, ISO/TC 211 and OGC on the sustainable development goals and targets.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for participation.

   
Resolution 722 Contribution to the UN-GGIM knowledge base

ISO/TC 211 expresses its continuous support to UN-GGIM.

ISO/TC 211 offers to contribute the multilingual glossary of terms to the UN-GGIM knowledge base.

ISO/TC 211 offers to discuss with the UN-GGIM secretariat how other resources from ISO/TC 211, like ontologies, XML schemas, etc. can be contributed.

   
Resolution 721 Liaison with the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD)

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the request for a category A liaison from the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD), the secretariat for the United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management (UNCE-GGIM) (N 4177), and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the nomination of Ms. Cecille Blake as the liaison representative from UNSD.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination of the Chair, Mr. Olaf Østensen, and from the NMB of USA of Ms. Jeanne Foust as liaison representatives to the UNSD.

   
Resolution 720 Renomination of the ISO/TC 211 chair

ISO/TC 211 resolves to recommend that the ISO Technical Management Board accepts the renomination of Mr. Olaf Østensen as chair of ISO/TC 211 for one year.

 

 

40th Plenary meeting in Southampton 2015-06-11 - 2015-06-12 (N4048)

Resolution 719 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

41st plenary      2015-12-10/11                Sydney, Australia

Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

   
Resolution 718 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19103 (Rev.) 4 2011-07 2012-08 2013-08 2015-08
19104 (Rev.) 1 2014-01 2014-12 Submitted to ISO 2015-12
19107 (Rev.) 9 2015-01 CD.2 2015-08 2016-05 2018-05 
19109 (Rev.) 9 2012-08 2013-07 2015-01 Submitted to ISO 
19110 (Rev.) 7 2012-01 2013-06 2015-08 2016-02
19115-2 (Rev.) 6 2016-03 2016-11 2017-11 
19115-3 7 2014-02 TS 2015-09 
19119 (Rev.) 4 2012-08 2014-01 2015-03 2015-08
19127 9 2015-06 2016-06 2017-06
19130-1 (Rev.) 6 2015-12 2016-06 2017-06
19135-1 (Rev.) 9 2012-08 2013-06 2015-01 2015-06 Under publication 
19136-2 4 2012-02 2013-06 2015-01 Under publication 
19139 7 2015-06 2016-06 2017-06 
19142 4 2015-08 2016-08 
19143 4 2015-08 2016-08 
19150-2 7 2012-08 2013-07 2014-12 Under publication
19155-2 10 2014-08 2015-06 2016-06
19157-2 9 2014-09 2016-05 
19159-2 6 2014-08 TS 2015-11
19160 7 Stage 0
19160-1 7 2013-07 2014-07 2015-08
19160-4 7 2014-12 2015-09 2016-09
19161 4 Stage 0
19162 9 2013-07 2014-06 2015-11 Submitted to ISO
19163-1 6 2014-08 2015-03 TS 2015-11
19164 4 2015-06 2015-11 2017-05
19165 7 2015-11 2016-11 2017-11

   
Resolution 717 Adviory group on outreach
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the work done by the advisory group on outreach on the presentation template and the work by Ms. Marna Roos and AfriGIS on the design, and encourages the presenters to use the template in the future.
   
Resolution 716 Liaison contribution to ISO/IEC JTC 1
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with Mr. Chris Body, Mr. Emmanuel Devys and Mr. Doug O'Brien, in consultation with Open Geospatial Consortium, to draft a liaison contribution regarding issues around geo-enabled JPEG 2000 (GMLJP2) and Basic Image Interchange Format (BIIF).
   
Resolution 715 New project 19159-3
ISO/TC 211 invites the National Member Body of China to submit a new work item proposal for project 19159-3 Geographic information ? Calibration and validation of remote sensing imagery sensors ? Part 3: SAR/InSAR.
   
Resolution 714 ISO 19163 as a multipart standard
ISO/TC 211 resolves to change the number of ISO 19163 Geographic information - Content components and encoding rules for imagery and gridded data to 19163-1, with the part title Content Model, in the expectation of several parts of the standard.
   
Resolution 713 Business plan
ISO/TC 211 instructs the Secretariat, in cooperation with the Ad hoc group to revise the business plan, to amend the draft Business plan according to the received comments, and forward the revised document to the ISO/CS as our new Business Plan.
   
Resolution 712 ISO/TC 211 - OGC JAG Terms of Reference

ISO/TC 211 approves the Terms of Reference for JAG as presented in document N 4003.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to create a Livelink entry for JAG. This group should not be open for the members to register experts, but the secretariat shall register the members according to the terms of reference.

   
Resolution 711 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the following nomination of liaison representatives:

Dr. Serena Coetzee, South Africa to UPU
Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa to UPU

   
Resolution 710 Co-chair for the HMMG

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. Shawn Silkensen for his service as the editor of the Harmonized Model Maintenance Group (HMMG), and acknowledges his need to step down due to change of employer.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the member body of Norway of Mr. Knut Jetlund as the co-chair of HMMG.

   
Resolution 709 Review of Technical Reports

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to initiate an enquiry on the use of the following Technical Reports:

ISO/TR 19120:2001 Geographic information ? Functional standards

ISO/TR 19121:2000 Geographic information ? Imagery and gridded data

ISO/TR 19122:2004 Geographic information ? Qualification and certification of personnel

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to clarify with the ISO Central Secretariat whether we can withdraw the reports, but retain them as open documents.

   
Resolution 708 Recommendations on vote on systematic reviews

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the upcoming systematic reviews have a number of standards where the members are requesting guidance on how to vote.

ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2015-09-15:

ISO 19108:2002 Geographic information ? Temporal schema
Confirm

ISO 19112:2003 Geographic information ? Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers
Amend to harmonize with other standards

ISO 19123:2005 Geographic information ? Schema for coverage geometry and functions
Revise

ISO 19128:2005 Geographic information ? Web map server interface
Confirm

ISO 19133:2005 Geographic information ? Location-based services ? Tracking and navigation
Revise to harmonize with ISO 19148

ISO/TS 19129:2009 Geographic information ? Imagery, gridded and coverage data framework
Confirm

ISO/TS 19135-2:2012 Geographic information ? Procedures for item registration ? Part 2: XML schema implementation
Revise the XML schema and include a reference to the schema as an amendment to ISO 19135-1, according to Resolution 684.

   
Resolution 707 Registration of new project to revise ISO/TS 19126:2009, Geographic information ? Feature concept dictionaries and registers

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO/TS 19126:2009 (N 3982), ISO/TC 211 resolves to add the revision of ISO 19126:2009 to the programme of work.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for a project leader and experts.

   
Resolution 706 Registration of new project to revise ISO/TS 19101 2:2008, Geographic information - Reference model - Part 2: Imagery

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO/TS 19101-2:2008 (N 3981), ISO/TC 211 resolves to add the revision of ISO 19101-2:2008 to the programme of work.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for a project leader and experts.

   
Resolution 705 Systematic review of ISO 19144-1:2009, Geographic information - Classification systems - Part 1: Classification system structure

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19144-1:2009 (N 3939), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this standard.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.

   
Resolution 704 Systematic review of ISO 19111-2:2009, Geographic information - Spatial referencing by coordinates - Part 2: Extension for parametric values

Noting the results of the systematic review of ISO 19111-2:2009 (N 4013), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this standard.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.

ISO/TC 211 acknowledge the comment from the United Kingdom, and instructs the secretariat to send out the proposed amendment in document N 4028 for vote.

   
Resolution 703 Registration of new project 19160-5

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 0): NP 19160-5, Addressing - Part 5: Address rendering for purposes other than mail
Submitted by: NMB of Korea
Project Leader: Ms. Bomi Lee, Korea
Editors: Mr Byungyong Kwak, Korea and Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa

Approval date: 2015-05-27
Report within: 2016-05-27

The project is assigned to WG 7.

   
Resolution 702 Registration of new project 19127

With apologies for the omission of this resolution at the Shenzhen meeting, ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and is added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19127, Geodetic codes and parameters (Revision of ISO/TS 19127:2005)
Submitted by: ISO/TC 211 Secretariat
Project Leader: Mr. Patrick Vorster, South Africa

Approval date: 2014-06-06
Target date for IS: 2017-06-06

The project is assigned to WG 9.

   
Resolution 701 ISO/TC 20/SC 16 Unmanned aircraft systems
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to register a liaison with ISO/TC 20/SC 16.
   
Resolution 700 Liaison with the World Bank

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the request for a category A liaison from the World Bank (N 4000) and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from South Africa of Dr. Serena Coetzee and Mr. Antony Cooper as liaison representatives to the World Bank.

 

 

39th Plenary meeting in Shenzhen 2014-11-27 - 2014-11-28 (N3924)

Resolution 699 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

40th plenary      2015-06-11/12                Southampton, United Kingdom
41st plenary      2015-11/12

Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

   
Resolution 698 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19103 (Rev.) 4 2011-07 2012-08 2013-08 2015-03
19104 (Rev.) 1 2014-01 2014-12 2015-12
19107 (Rev.) 9 2015-01 2016-05 2018-05
19109 (Rev.) 9 2012-08 2013-07 2015-01
19110 (Rev.) 7 2012-01 2013-06 2015-01
19115-3 7 2014-02 TS 2015-01
19119 (Rev.) 4 2012-08 2014-01 2014-08 2015-08
19127 9 2015-06 2016-06 2017-06
19130-1 (Rev.) 6 2015-06 2016-06 2017-06
19135-1 (Rev.) 9 2012-08 2013-06 2015-01 2015-06
19136-2 4 2012-02 2013-06 2015-01
19139 7 2015-06 2016-06 2017-06
19142 4 2015-03 2016-03
19143 4 2015-03 2016-03
19147 10 2012-01 2013-03 2014-12
19150-2 7 2012-08 2013-07 2014-12
19155-2 10 2014-08 2015-06 2016-06
19157-2 9 2014-05 2016-05
19159-2 6 2014-07 TS 2015-11
19160 7 Stage 0
19160-1 7 2013-07 2014-07 2015-08
19160-4 7 2014-12 2015-09 2016-09
19161 4 Stage 0
19162 9 2013-07 2014-05 2015-11
19163 6 2014-08 2015-02 TS 2015-11
19164 4 2015-06 2015-11 2017-05
19165 7 2015-11 2016-11 2017-11

   
Resolution 697 Future terminology solution

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. Andrew Jones for his outstanding work with the terminology repository and the multilingual glossary of terms. ISO/TC 211 recognizes the need for a more comprehensive solution, and encourages the TMG to finalize the definition of the specifications and use cases.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to circulate these specifications and use cases to the members, and encourages them to consider their contribution to the realization of a system for the terminology repositories.

   
Resolution 696 Revision of the standards guide and companion document for UN-GGIM

ISO/TC 211 requests the task force (Resolution 654) to liaise with OGC and IHO to revise the standards guide and the companion document according to N 3920, Chapter I, C 4/110, the Beijing Declaration, document N 3921.

ISO/TC 211 invites member bodies to nominate additional members to participate in the work.

   
Resolution 695 Business plan and strategy

ISO/TC 211 resolves that a vision statement would be beneficial for the business plan and strategy. ISO/TC 211 requests the Ad hoc group to revise the business plan to develop a vision statement, which will be added to a revised business plan.  A draft shall be provided before the next plenary.

The current members of the ad hoc group are:  Mr. Olaf Østensen, chair, Mr. Dave Danko, Dr. Robert Walker, Dr. Serena Coetzee and Mr. David Stolarz. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for additional members for the ad hoc group.

   
Resolution 694 Disbandment of the the ISO/TC 211 – ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 Task Force
Noting that there has been no activity in the ISO/TC 211 – ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 Task Force during the last years, ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the task force. The liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 will continue.
   
Resolution 693 Disbandment of the Ad hoc group on GIS-BIM

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Ad hoc group on GIS-BIM and its convenor, professor SangKi Hong, for their work, and asks the ad hoc group to finalize their report.

When the report is issued, the ad hoc group is disbanded.

   
Resolution 692 Standards Tracker

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to OGC and specially Mr. Greg Buehler, for the continuous improvements to the internet tool, and providing the operational services of the system for ISO geographic information standards.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to release the Standards Tracker at http://isotc211.standardstracker.org/ for public use.

   
Resolution 691 ISO/TC 211 – OGC JAG Terms of Reference
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to work with the JAG to amend the proposed Terms of Reference for JAG. The amended ToR shall be circulated to the TC for comments within 2015-04-01.
   
Resolution 690 ISO/TC 59/SC 13 Task Force on terminology

ISO/TC 211 acknowledges the establishment of the ISO/TC 59/SC 13 Task Force on terminology.

ISO/TC 211 offers to contribute to the Task Force and nominates Mr. Andrew Jones, the convenor of the ISO/TC 211 Terminology Maintenance Group, and professor SangKi Hong, the convenor of the ISO/TC 211/WG 10.

   
Resolution 689 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 accepts and appreciates the following nomination of liaison representative from ISO/TC 211 to:

ISO/TC 211 190/SC 1 Evaluation of criteria, terminology and codification (of Soil Quality)
Mr. Chris Body, Australia

   
Resolution 688 Liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 10

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish a liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 10 Internet of Things, and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat and ISO/IEC JTC 1 and JTC 1/WG 10 about the decision.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nominations from the NB of Australia of Mr. Chris Body and from the NB of Canada of Dr. Jean Brodeur as liaison representatives.

   
Resolution 687 Liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 9

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish a liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 9 Big Data, and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat and ISO/IEC JTC 1 and JTC 1/WG 9 about the decision.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nominations from the NB of Australia of Mr. Chris Body, the NB of Canada of Dr. Jean Brodeur and the NB of USA of Dr. Liping Di as liaison representatives.

   
Resolution 686 Liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SG 1

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish a liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SG 1 Smart Cities, and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat and ISO/IEC JTC 1 and JTC 1/SG 1 about the decision.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nominations from the NB of Australia of Mr. Chris Body and the NB of USA of Dr. Liping Di as liaison representatives.

   
Resolution 685 Change of scope of ISO 19139
With reference to resolution 684 and its implementation for XML, noting that XML encoding rules and an XML repository are required to implement resolution 684 for XML, ISO/TC 211 requests the project team for the revision of ISO 19139 to draft a new scope statement to include these requirements.
   
Resolution 684 Derived resources from UML models
ISO/TC 211 resolves that for all NWIPs and revisions of standards that include a conceptual UML model for which a derived resource, such as an XML schema or an OWL ontology, is required, shall include an annex that references where the repository for such resources resides.
   
Resolution 683 Registration of ISO/CD 19104, Geographic information - Terminology, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend document N 3866 according to comments in N 3903, and forward the updated version of ISO/CD 19104 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 682 Systematic review of ISO 19115-2:2009 Geographic information - Metadata - Part 2: Extension for imagery and gridded data

Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3836) of ISO 19115-2:2009, ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from the NB of USA of Mr. Dave Danko as project leader, and instructs the secretariat to send out a call for experts.

   
Resolution 681 Recommendations on vote on systematic reviews

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the upcoming systematic reviews have a number of standards where the members are requesting guidance on how to vote.
                                            
ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2014-12-15:

ISO 19111-2:2009 Geographic information – Spatial referencing by coordinates -- Part 2: Extension for Parametric value
Confirm with corrections – Figure 1 needs to be corrected, see N 3475.

ISO 19144-1:2009 Geographic information – Classification systems -- Part 1: Classification system structure
Confirm

ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2015-03-16:

ISO/TS 19101-2:2008 Geographic information – Reference model -- Part 2: Imagery
Revise

ISO 19126:2009 Geographic information – Feature concept dictionaries and registers
Revise

   
Resolution 680 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.00): NP 19165, Geographic information – Preservation of digital data and metadata
Submitted by: NB of Germany
Project Leader: Professor Wolfgang Kresse

Approval date: 2014-11-12
Target date for IS: 2017-11-12

The project is assigned to WG 7.

   
Resolution 679 Registration of new project to revise ISO 19143:2010, Geographic information - Filter encoding

ISO/TC 211 resolves to add the revision of ISO 19143:2010 to the programme of work with the following time frame:

DIS   2015-03-15
IS     2016-03-15 
Project leader: Peter A. Vretanos, OGC

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to transfer the text in N 3864 to ISO style.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for experts, to be nominated by the members no later than 2015-01-16.

The experts shall study the document and recommend any amendments to be considered by the project leader before the document is submitted to the secretariat for DIS vote.

   
Resolution 678 Registration of new project to revise ISO 19142:2010, Geographic information – Web Feature Service

ISO/TC 211 resolves to add the revision of ISO 19142:2010 to the programme of work with the following time frame:

DIS   2015-03-15
IS     2016-03-15 
Project leader: Peter A. Vretanos, OGC

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to transfer the text in N 3863 to ISO style.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for experts, to be nominated by the members no later than 2015-01-16.

The experts shall study the document and recommend any amendments to be considered by the project leader before the document is submitted to the secretariat for DIS vote.

 

 

38th Plenary meeting in Berlin 2014-06-05 - 2010-06-06 (N3800)

Resolution 677 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

39th plenary      2014-11-27/28                Shenzhen, China
40th plenary  
41st plenary    

Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

   
Resolution 676 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19101-1 (Rev.) TC 2011-01 2012-03 2014-04 2014-07
19103 (Rev.) 4 2011-07 2012-08 2013-08 2015-03
19104 (Rev.) 1 2014-01 2014-12 2015-12
19107 (Rev.) 9 2015-01 2016-05 2017-11 2018-05
19109 (Rev.) 9 2012-08 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01
19110 (Rev.) 7 2012-01 2013-06 2014-07 2015-01
19115-3 7 2014-02 TS 2015-01
19119 (Rev.) 4 2012-08 2014-01 2014-08 2015-08
19135-1 (Rev.) 9 2012-08 2013-06 2015-01
19136-2 4 2012-02 2013-06 2015-01
19147 10 2012-01 2013-03 2014-09
19150-2 7 2012-08 2013-07 2014-12
19154 10 2012-08 2013-07 2014-08
19155-2 10 2014-06 2014-11 2015-11 2016-05
19157-2 9 2014-05 2016-05
19159-1 6 2012-01 DTS 2 2012-08 TS 2014-06
19159-2 6 2014-07 TS 2015-11 
19160 7 Stage 0
19160-1 7 2013-07 2014-06 2015-02 2015-08
19160-4 7 2014-10 2015-03 2016-03 2016-09
19161 4 Stage 0
19162 9 2013-07 2014-05 2015-05 2015-11
19163 6 2014-07 2015-05 TS 2015-11
19164 4 2014-06 2015-11 2016-11 2017-05

   
Resolution 675 Ad hoc group to draft Best practices for UML modelling in ISO/TC 211

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from NB of Norway of Mr. Knut Jetlund to convene an ad hoc group on development of best practices of UML modelling.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to immediately send out a call for membership of the group.

The ad hoc group shall report to the next plenary.

   
Resolution 674 Re-appointment of Working Group convenors

ISO/TC 211 confirms the re-appointments of the following convenors for an additional period of 3 years:

Working Group 4 Geospatial services - Mr. Morten Borrebæk
Working Group 6 Imagery - Mr. C. Douglas O'Brien
Working Group 7 Information communities - Mr. Antony K. Cooper
Working Group 9 Information management - Dr. John R. Herring
Working Group 10 Ubiquitous public access - Professor SangKi Hong

   
Resolution 673 Task force to support UN-GGIM

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to OGC for initiating and leading the drafting of "A Guide to the Role of Standards in Geospatial Information Management" and its companion document (documents N 3796 and 3797).

ISO/TC 211 invites the members to submit any comments to the task force by Wednesday June 11.

ISO/TC 211 asks the task force to contribute to finalizing the documents.

ISO/TC 211 endorses the submission of the documents to the UN-GGIM.

   
Resolution 672 Ad hoc group on metadata management

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the ad hoc group on metadata management and its convenor, Mr. Doug O'Brien, for their work.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to circulate the report to the committee.

   
Resolution 671 Comment tracker for standards

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to OGC and specially Mr. Greg Buehler, for developing the internet tool, CIO Standards Tracker (iso.standardstracker.org), and providing the operational services of the system for ISO geographic information standards.

ISO/TC 211 invites members to try the tracker, and provide feedback at the next plenary.

   
Resolution 670 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 accepts and appreciates the following nominations of liaison representatives from ISO/TC 211 to:

Defence Geospatial Information Working Group (DGIWG)
Mr. Stefan Strobel, Germany

International Steering Committee for Global Mapping (ISCGM)
Mr. Hidenori Fujimura, Japan

Regional Committee of United Nations Global Geospatial Information Management for Asia and the Pacific (UN-GGIM-AP)
Mr. Hidenori Fujimura, Japan

   
Resolution 669 Convenor of the XML maintenance group (XMG)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the member body of USA of Dr. Ted Habermann to serve as convenor of the XMG.
   
Resolution 668 Convenor of Advisory Group on Outreach
ISO/TC 211 recognizes the result of the default ballot on document N 3704, and acknowledges with appreciation the acceptance of Ms. Victoria Rautenbach as convenor of the Advisory Group on Outreach.
   
Resolution 667 Submission of ISO/DIS 19150-2, Ontology - Part 2: Rules for developing ontologies in the Web Ontology Language (OWL) to ISO for publication
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and the editing committee, to consider the comments given in N 3708, to amend ISO/DIS 19150-2 accordingly, and forward the document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 666 Registration of ISO/CD 19160-1, Addressing – Part 1: Conceptual model as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to consider the comments given in N 3775, to amend document N 3735 accordingly, and forward ISO/CD 19160-1 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 665 Registration of ISO/CD 19162, Geographic information – Well known text representation of coordinate reference systems as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward ISO/CD 19162, as given in document N 3751 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 664 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19139:2007 Geographic information – Metadata – XML schema implementation

Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3756) of ISO/TS 19139:2007, ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from the NB of USA of Dr. Ted Habermann as project leader, and ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for experts. Further work on ISO/TS 19139:2007 should take into consideration the restructuring of the XML encoding standards.

   
Resolution 663 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19130:2010 Geographic information – Imagery sensor models for geopositioning

Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3755) of ISO/TS 19130:2010, ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from the NB of USA of Professor Liping Di as project leader, and instructs the secretariat to send out a call for experts.

   
Resolution 662 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19127:2005 Geographic information – Geodetic codes and parameters

Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3702) of ISO/TS 19127:2005, ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for project leader and experts.

   
Resolution 661 Recommendations on vote on systematic reviews

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the upcoming systematic reviews have a number of standards where the members are requesting guidance on how to vote.

ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2014-06-16:

ISO 19115-2:2009 Geographic information -- Metadata -- Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data
Revise

   
Resolution 660 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19107, Geographic information – Spatial schema
Submitted by: ISO/TC 211 Secretariat 
Project Leader: Dr. John R. Herring

Approval date: 2014-05-27
Target date for IS: 2018-05-27
The project is assigned to WG 9.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19157-2, Geographic information – Data Quality – XML Schema Implementation of ISO 19157
Submitted by: NB of USA 
Project Leader: Dr. Ted Habermann

Approval date: 2014-05-27
Target date for TS: 2016-05-27

The project is assigned to WG 9.

   
Resolution 659 ISO/TC 211 implementation of the new ISO/IEC Directives

ISO/TC 211 supports the ISO Central Secretariat's efforts to improve the efficiency of the standardization process.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to adopt the default CD ballot of two months. FDIS ballot will be initiated only when the editing committee, in cooperation with the TC chair and secretariat, decide that an FDIS ballot is required according to the ISO/IEC Directives.

   
Resolution 658 In remembrance of Clifford Kottman and Douglas  Nebert

ISO/TC 211 wishes to express our deep regret and sorrow at the passing of Cliff Kottman on March 26, 2014 after a long period of illness.

Cliff was present at the first ISO/TC 211 plenary and the first representative from OGC to ISO/TC 211. He participated in our work for several years, as a liaison as well as an expert from the USA.

ISO/TC 211 also wishes to express its deep regret and sorrow at the tragic loss of Douglas Nebert who died together with his granddaughter in a plane crash in Oregon, USA, on May 31, 2014.

Doug was a part of ISO/TC 211 in the period of 2001 to 2004, and many of the delegates have also met and cooperated with him in later years through other organizations.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its gratitude for the years we knew Cliff and Doug, for the friendship we shared with them, and their contributions to the community. We are grateful and proud for having known them as professional and enthusiastic colleagues. We ask those that were close to them, and know their family and friends at home, to convey our sincere sympathy and warmth, and assure them of our high regards for Cliff and Doug.

 

 

Resolutions ISO/TC 211 by correspondence 2013-05-12 (N3743)

Resolution 657 Publication of ISO 19154

Noting that there were only one negative vote on ISO/DIS 19154, and no technical comments, ISO/TC 211 resolves to submit the updated draft of ISO 19154, Geographic information - Ubiquitous public access - Reference model (document N 3744), to ISO for publication, skipping the FDIS vote.

 

 

37th Plenary meeting in Redlands 2013-11-14 - 2013-11-15 (N3671)

Resolution 656 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

38th plenary      2014-06-05/06                Berlin, Germay
39th plenary     

Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

   
Resolution 655 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19101-1 (Rev.) TC 2011-01 2012-03 2013-12 2014-06
19103 (Rev.) 4 2011-07 2012-08 2013-08 2014-09 2015-03
19104 (Rev.) 1 2014-02 2014-12 2015-12 2016-06
19109 (Rev.) 9 2012-08 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01
19110 (Rev.) 7 2012-01 2013-06 2014-07 2015-01
19115-1 (Rev.) 7 2011-01 2011-12 2013-11 2014-05
19115-3 7 2014-01 2014-12 2015-12 2016-06
19119 (Rev.) 4 2012-08 2013-12 2014-05 2015-11 2016-05
19130-2 6 2011-07 TS 2014-01
19135-1 (Rev.) 9 2012-08 2013-06 2014-07 2015-01
19136-2 4 2012-02 2013-06 2014-07 2015-01
19147 10 2012-01 2013-03 2014-03 2014-09
19150-2 7 2012-08 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01
19153 9 2009-09 2011-10 2013-09 2014-01
19154 10 2012-08 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01
19155-2 10 2014-06 2014-11 2015-11 2016-05
19157 9 2010-07 2011-07 2013-08 2013-12
19159-1 6 2012-01 DTS 2 2012-08 TS 2013-12 
19159-2 6 2014-07 TS 2015-11
19160 7 Stage 0
19160-1 7 2013-07 2014-06 2015-02 2015-08
19160-4 7 2014-10 2015-03 2016-03 2016-09
19161 4 Stage 0
19162 9 2013-07 2014-05 2015-05 2015-11 
19163 6 2014-07 2015-05 TS 2015-11
19164 4 2014-06 2014-11 2015-11 2016-05

   
Resolution 654 Task force to support UN-GGIM

ISO/TC 211 notes the draft decision 3/106 on Establishment and implementation of standards for the global geospatial information community in the draft report from the 3rd session of UNCE GGIM*. In addition ISO/TC 211 notes the action points from the informal meeting between UN-GGIM stakeholders and the UN-GGIM secretariat during CIGMA2013 in Mexico City held on the 8th of October 2013, see document N 3673.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish a Task force to liaise with OGC and IHO, and possibly other standards developing organizations, to draft a report on core essential standards to the 4th session of UNCE GGIM in New York, August 2014, and to support the UN-GGIM secretariat in preparing a side event on essential standards and the value and good practice in adopting them.

Initially, the Task force will consist of the ISO/TC 211 Chair, Mr. Christopher Body, Dr. Serena Coetzee and Dr. Jean Brodeur. Additional nominations and contributions are appreciated, and should be sent to the secretariat no later than December 15.

*http://ggim.un.org/docs/meetings/3rd%20UNCE/GGIM_3%20final%20report%209%20Aug_FINAL.pdf

   
Resolution 653 Encoding of Geo-enabled JPEG 2000 Imagery and gridded data

ISO/TC 211 requests JAG to determine the scope for establishing a standard for the encoding of Geo-enabled JPEG 2000 Imagery and gridded data.

ISO/TC 211 requests that JAG reports on further action on this matter in time before the next plenary.

   
Resolution 652 Use of Livelink for ISO/TC 211 work

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to issue the ISO TMB resolution 64/2012 as an N-document.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to encourage the ISO/TC 211 national member bodies to implement the instructions given in the TMB resolution.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to assist the Working Groups to start using Livelink.

Finally ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to provide access for nominated experts from liaison members to the WGs on Livelink.

   
Resolution 651 Advisory Group on Outreach

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Advisory Group on Outreach convened by Ms. Victoria Rautenbach, for the draft report on outreach activity (N 3658). ISO/TC 211 requests the group to finalize the report for distribution to the members.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for chair and additional members to the group.

   
Resolution 650 Ad hoc group to revise the business plan

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the urgent need for a revision of the business plan. Taking into account the international demand for our standards, ISO/TC 211 asks the ad hoc group to distribute a draft by May 1, 2014.

Additional nominations and contributions to the ad hoc group are appreciated, and should be sent to the secretariat no later than December 15.

   
Resolution 649 Ad hoc group on  GIS-BIM (Building Information Modeling)

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the ad hoc group on GIS-BIM and its convenor, Dr. SangKi Hong, for their work and report to the plenary.

ISO/TC 211 asks that the ad hoc group finalize the report to the next plenary.

   
Resolution 648 Ad hoc group on producing documentation from UML models

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the ad hoc group on producing documentation from UML models and its convenor, Mr. Morten Borrebæk, for their work, workshop and report to the plenary.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to SPARX Systems and interactive instruments for the work they have done with the tools development.

ISO/TC 211 asks the ad hoc group to finalize the guidelines resulting from the work.

When the guidelines are issued, the ad hoc group is disbanded.

   
Resolution 647 Ad hoc group on metadata management

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group on metadata management.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NB of Canada for Mr. Doug O'Brien as chair of the ad hoc group.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to immediately send out a call for members of the group.

The ad hoc group shall report to the next plenary.

   
Resolution 646 Recommendations on vote on systematic reviews

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the upcoming systematic reviews have a number of standards where the members are requesting guidance on how to vote.

ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2013-12-16:

ISO 19107:2003 Geographic information – Spatial schema
Revise
ISO/TS 19127:2005 Geographic information – Geodetic codes and parameters
Revise
ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2014-03-17:

ISO/TS 19130:2010 Geographic information – Imagery sensor models for geopositioning
Revise
ISO/TS 19139:2007 Geographic information – Metadata – XML schema implementation
Revise
ISO/TC 211 notes that the ballot for systematic review of ISO/TS 19138:2006 Geographic information – Data quality measures will be withdrawn when ISO 19157 is published.

   
Resolution 645 Call for a new work item proposal on Preservation of digital data and metadata
Noting the draft proposal from the NB of Spain in document N 3511 and the positive response from the committee (N 3547), ISO/TC 211 welcomes the offer from the NB of Germany to liaise with other member bodies to draft a new work item proposal on Preservation of digital data and metadata.
   
Resolution 644 Comment tracker for standards

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to OGC for providing the internet tools to collect comments on the ISO/TC 211 publications and new requirements.

ISO/TC 211 encourages OGC, in cooperation with the ISO/TC 211/PMG chair and CEN/TC 287, to make the tool operational as soon as possible.

   
Resolution 643 XML maintenance group (XMG) chair
Noting the immediate need for a chair of the XMG, ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from Dr. Ted Habermann to serve as acting chair until a nomination can be considered.
   
Resolution 642 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 accepts and appreciates the following nominations of liaison representatives:

Committee on Earth Observation Satellites/Working Group on Information Systems and Services (CEOS/WGISS) 
Dr. Liping Di, USA

Defence Geospatial Information Working Group (DGIWG)
Mr. David Danko, USA

Energistics
Mr. Roger Lott, United Kingdom

IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society IEEE/GRSS
Dr. Liping Di, USA

International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (OGP) 
Mr. Roger Lott, United Kingdom

International Cartographic Association (ICA)
Mr. David Danko, USA

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 Computer graphics, image processing and environmental data representation
Mr. Christopher Body, Australia

ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 7 Sensor networks
Mr. Christopher Body, Australia

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SWG 5 Internet of Things (IoT)
Mr. Christopher Body, Australia
Dr. Jean Brodeur, Canada

ISO/TC 59/SC 13 Organization of information about construction works
Dr. Paul Scarponcini, USA

ISO/TC 154 Processes, data elements and documents in commerce, industry and administration
Dr. Serena Coetzee, South Africa

   
Resolution 641 Liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SWG  5 Internet of Things (IoT)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the interest from ISO/IEC JTC 1/SWG 5, and asks the secretariat to register the liaison.
   
Resolution 640 Timeline for stage 0 projects
ISO/TC 211 resolves that all stage 0 projects shall deliver a new work item proposal or a report of their progress no later than one year from the approval of the project. If there is no progress, the project will be discussed at the plenary for possible deletion from the programme of work or other action.
   
Resolution 639 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19160-4, Addressing – Part 4: International postal address components and template languages
Submitted by: UPU 
Project Leader: Mr. Piotr Piotrowski
Editor: Mr. Josef Lubenow

Approval date: 2013-09-25
Target date for IS: 2016-09-25
The project is assigned to WG 7.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19159-2, Geographic information – Calibration and validation of remote sensing imagery sensors – Part 2: Lidar
Submitted by: NB of Germany 
Project Leader: Dr. Wolfgang Kresse

Approval date: 2013-11-05
Target date for TS: 2016-11-05

The project is assigned to WG 6.

   
Resolution 638 Reinstatement of WG 1 Framework and reference model

ISO/TC 211 resolves to reinstate ISO/TC 211/WG 1, Framework and reference model.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to assign project 19104 Geographic information – Terminology to WG 1, and as the project leader of project 19104, Mr. Andrew Jones will be the convenor of the WG.

   
Resolution 637 Appreciation of Henry Tom

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. Henry Tom for his many years of dedicated service to ISO/TC 211, serving in different positions as delegate, expert, and head of the US delegation, and for many years as the co-chair of the Advisory Group on Outreach.

 

 

36th Plenary meeting in Busan 2013-05-30 - 2010-05-31 (N3568)

Resolution 636 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

37th plenary      2013-11-07/08                Redlands, California, USA
38th plenary      2014-06-05/06                Berlin, Germay
39th plenary     

Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

   
Resolution 635 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS 
19101-1 (Rev.) TC 2011-01 2012-03 2013-07 2014-01
19103 (Rev.) 4 2011-07 2012-08 2013-07 2014-09 2015-03 
19104 (Rev.) TC 2014-05 2014-11 2015-11 2016-05
19109 (Rev.) 9 2012-08 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01 
19110 (Rev.) 7 2012-01 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01 
19115-1 (Rev.) 7 2011-01 2011-12 2013-07 2014-01
19115-3 7 2013-07 2013-11 2014-11 2015-05
19119 (Rev.) 4 2012-08 2013-06 2013-12 2014-12 2015-06
19130-2 6 2011-07 TS 2013-072
19135-1 (Rev.) 9 2012-07 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01 
19136-2 4 2012-02 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01
19147 10 2012-01 2013-03 2014-03 2014-09 
19150-2 7 2012-08 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01 
19153 9 2009-09 2011-10 2013-07 2014-01
19154 10 2012-08 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01 
19155-2 10 2014-05 2014-11 2015-11 2016-05
19157 9 2010-07 2011-07 2013-07 2014-01 
19159-1 6 2012-01 DTS 2 2012-08 TS 2013-10
19160 7 Stage 0
19160-1 7 2013-07 2014-02 2015-02 2015-08 
19161 4 Stage 0 19162 9 2013-11 2014-05 2015-05 2015-11 
19163 6 2014-05 2015-05 TS 2015-11
19164 4 2014-05 2014-11 2015-11 2016-05

   
Resolution 634 Invitation to submit "best practice" papers

ISO/TC 211 invites the members to submit "best practice" papers explaining and justifying needed common practices for the work of the TC to the secretariat.

The papers will be forwarded to the maintenance groups for consideration and review by the TC.

   
Resolution 633 Ad hoc group on producing documentation from UML models

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group to investigate whether and how documentation can be produced from UML models, and to arrange a workshop in connection with the next plenary.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NB of Norway of Mr. Morten Borrebæk to chair the group, and instructs the secretariat to send out a call immediately for membership of the group.

   
Resolution 632 Liaison with buildingSmart International
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the interest from buildingSmart International, and invites a request for category A liaison.
   
Resolution 631 Group for ontology maintenance (GOM) - Terms of reference
ISO/TC 211 requests the GOM to revise the draft terms of reference (document N 3485) according to comments received, and forward the final version to the secretariat for distribution to the committee as the approved ToR.
   
Resolution 630 Terminology workshop

ISO/TC 211 resolves to organize a workshop on terminology during the meeting week at the 37th plenary meeting in Redlands.

ISO/TC 211 invites the chair of the Terminology Maintenance Group to convene the workshop.

   
Resolution 629 Outreach activities

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to immediately send out the membership list of the advisory group on outreach and ask the member bodies to reconfirm or propose new members before August 1, 2013.

ISO/TC 211 requests that the advisory group proposes activities to strengthen the committee's outreach programme. ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NB of South Africa of Ms. Victoria Rautenbach to lead this special activity, and report to the next plenary.

   
Resolution 628 Ad hoc group to revise the business plan
ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group to revise the business plan, and instructs the secretariat to send out a call immediately for membership of the group. The ad hoc group will be convened by the ISO/TC 211 chair. A revised draft shall be distributed to the committee at least one month before the next plenary meeting.
   
Resolution 627 Metadata management
ISO/TC 211resolves to send out a call for comments on document N 3566, and asks the NB of Canada to consider any comments from the members, and revise the proposal in N 3566. The revised document shall be considered at the next plenary meeting in Redlands, and shall be sent out at least one month before the meeting.
   
Resolution 626 Systematic review of ISO 19125-2:2004, Geographic information – Simple feature access – Part 2: SQL option
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3509), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 19125-2:2004.
   
Resolution 625 Systematic review of ISO 19125-1:2004, Geographic information – Simple feature access – Part 1: Common architecture
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3508), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 19125-1:2004.
   
Resolution 624 Systematic review of ISO 19116:2004, Geographic information – Positioning services
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3507), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 19116:2004.
   
Resolution 623 Systematic review of ISO 19113:2002, Geographic information – Quality principles
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3506), ISO/TC 211 confirms that ISO 19113:2002 will be withdrawn when ISO 19157 is published.
   
Resolution 622 Systematic review of ISO 19106:2004, Geographic information – Profiles
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3505), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 19106:2004.
   
Resolution 621 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 accepts and appreciates the following nominations of liaison representatives:

Nomination from the NB of Canada: 
Dr. Jean Brodeur to PC IDEA 

Nomination from the NB of Germany:
Professor Wolfgang Kresse to EuroSDR 
Professor Wolfgang Kresse to ISPRS

   
Resolution 620 Contribution from ISO/IEC  JTC 1/SC 24
ISO/TC 211 invites ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24/WG 7 to contribute to ISO 19163 Geographic Information - Content components and encoding rules for imagery and gridded data, especially associated with ISO/IEC 12087-5:1998 - Basic Image Interchange Format.
   
Resolution 619 Registration of ISO/CD 19150-2, Geographic information – Ontology – Part 2: Rules for developing ontologies in the Web Ontology Language (OWL) as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to consider the comments given in N 3560, to amend document N 3524 accordingly, and forward ISO/CD 19150-2 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 618 Registration of ISO/CD 19109, Geographic information – Rules for application schema as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to consider the comments given in N 3555, to amend document N 3519 accordingly, and forward ISO/CD 19109 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 617 Registration of ISO/CD 19154, Geographic information – Ubiquitous public access – Reference model as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to consider the comments given in N 3553, to amend document N 3513 accordingly, and forward ISO/CD 19154 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 616 Registration of ISO/CD 19103, Geographic information – Conceptual schema language as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to consider the comments given in N 3546, to amend document N 3502 accordingly, and forward ISO/CD 19103 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 615 Registration of ISO/CD 19135-1, Geographic information – Procedures for item registration – Part 1: Fundamentals as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to consider the comments given in N 3534, to amend document N 3499 accordingly, and forward ISO/CD 19135-1 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 614 Registration of ISO/CD 19136-2, Geographic information – Geography Markup Language (GML) – Part 2: Extended schemas and encoding rules as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to consider the comments given in N 3522, to amend document N 3494 accordingly, and forward ISO/CD 19136-2 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 613 Registration of ISO/CD 19110, Geographic information – Methodology for feature cataloguing as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to consider the comments given in N 3518, to amend document N 3491 accordingly, and forward ISO/CD 19110 to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 612 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19164, Geographic information — Registry service
Submitted by: NB of Canada 
Project Leader: Mr. Ron Lake

Approval date: 2013-05-10
Target date for IS: 2016-05-10
The project is assigned to WG 4.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19104, Geographic information — Terminology
Submitted by: ISO/TC 211 Secretariat 
Project Leader: Mr.Andrew Jones

Approval date: 2013-05-10
Target date for IS: 2016-05-10

The project will be directly under the TC.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19155-2, Geographic information — Place Identifier (PI) architecture — Part 2: Place Identifier (PI) linking
Submitted by: NB of Japan 
Project Leader: Dr. Keisuke Uehara
Editor: Mr. Reese Plews

Approval date: 2013-05-10
Target date: 2016-05-10

The project is assigned to WG 10.

 

 

35th Plenary meeting in Jedda 2012-12-11 - 2012-12-12(N3470)

Resolution 611 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

36th plenary      2013-05-30/31                Busan, Korea
37th plenary      2013-11-07/08                Redlands, California, USA
38th plenary      2014-06-05/06                Berlin, Germay

Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

   
Resolution 610 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS 
19101-1 (Rev.) 2011-01 2012-03 2012-12 2013-06
19103 (Rev.) 4 2011-07 2012-08 2013-07 2014-09 2015-03 
19109 (Rev.) 9 2012-08 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01
19110 (Rev.) 7 2012-01 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01 
19115-1 (Rev.) 7 2011-01 2011-12 2013-02 2013-08 
19115-3 7 2013-07 2013-11 2014-11 2015-05 
19117 (Rev.) 4 2009-11 2010-10 2012-09 2013-01 
19119 (Rev.) 4 2012-08 2013-07 2014-06 2015-06 2015-12
19130-2 6 2011-07 TS 2013-02
19135-1 (Rev.) 9 2012-07 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01
19136-2 4 2012-02 2013-02 2014-02 2014-08
19145 9 2009-07 2010-09 2012-10 2013-04
19147 10 2012-01 2013-01 2014-01 2014-07
19150-2 7 2012-08 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01
19153 9 2009-09 2011-10 2013-02 2013-07 
19154 10 2012-08 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01 
19155 10 2009-12 2011-02 2012-10
19157 9 2010-07 2011-07 2013-02 2013-08
19158 92010-08 TS 2012-06
19159-1 6 2012-01 DTS 2 2012-08 TS 2013-10
19160 7 Stage 0
19160-1 7 2013-07 2013-12 2014-12 2015-06
19161 4 Stage 0
19162 9 2013-11 2014-05 2015-05 2015-11
19163 6 2014-05 TS 2015-11

   
Resolution 609 Establishment of liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 1
ISO/TC 211  instructs the secretariat in cooperation with WG 6, to contact ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 to establish a liaison between ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 1 and ISO/TC 211, concerning imagery encoding (NP 19163).
   
Resolution 608 Recommendations on systematic reviews

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the upcoming systematic reviews have a number of standards where the members are requesting guidance on how to vote.

ISO/TC 211 recommends the following for systematic reviews with due date 2013-03-18.

ISO 19106:2004, Geographic information – Profiles
No recommendation

ISO 19113:2002, Geographic information – Quality principles
Withdraw, with comment that it will be revised by ISO 19157.

ISO 19116:2004, Geographic information – Positioning services
No recommendation

ISO 19125-1:2004, Geographic information – Simple feature access – Part 1: Common architecture
and
ISO 19125-2:2004, Geographic information – Simple feature access – Part 2: SQL option
Confirm, awaiting New Work Item Proposals for revision from OGC.

   
Resolution 607 Call for XMG convenor

ISO/TC 211 regrets the resignation from Mr. Nicolas Lesage as the convenor of the XML maintenance group (XMG), and appreciates the important work that he has done over the years as convenor.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to immediately send out a call to the P-members for a new convenor.

   
Resolution 606 Extension of target dates for project 19119, Geographic information — Services

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for an extension for project 19119, with the following target dates.

CD.2     2013-06
DIS       2014-06
FDIS     2015-06
IS         2015-12

   
Resolution 605 GIS-BIM cooperation

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the resolution from ISO/TC 59/SC 13 (document N 3425), and looks forward to the nominations of their experts.

ISO/TC 211 encourages the ad hoc group to identify issues of relevance for all involved groups for standardization, and to define ways forward for cooperation.

ISO/TC 211 will not initiate new projects without considering possible issues relevant to this cooperation.

   
Resolution 604 Addressing – International postal address components and templates, proposal for a joint work with CEN/TC 331 and UPU

ISO/TC 211 notes that UPU S42, International postal address components and templates, and CEN/TC 331, Postal Services, published as EN 14142-1, Address databases - Part 1: Components of postal addresses, are joint standards. ISO/TC 211 also notes the support from the UPU/ISO Contact Committee of recommendation 4 of the ISO 19160 Review Summary (document N 3188).

ISO/TC 211 therefore invites Mr. Piotr Piotrowski (UPU) and the ISO/TC 211 Secretariat to contact CEN/TC 331, Postal Services, and CEN/TC 287, Geographic Information, to initiate joint work to revise UPU S42 and EN 14142-1. The revision project proposal will be ISO/NWIP 19160-4.

   
Resolution 603 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 accepts and appreciates the following nominations of liaison representatives:

Mr. Kazushige Kawase, Japan to UN-GGIM-AP
Mr. Aghakishi Aliyev, Azerbaijan to UN-GGIM-AP
Mr. Rafig Suleymanov, Azerbaijan to EuroGeographics
Mr. Javid Abdullayev, Azerbaijan to UNGIWG
Mr. Larry Hothem, USA to FIG
Mr. Larry Hothem, USA to IAG
Mr. Larry Hothem, USA to SCAR
Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa to ICA 
Dr. Serena Coetzee, South Africa to OASIS
Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa to UN ECA 
Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa to ISO/TC 69

   
Resolution 602 Liaison with ISO/TC 190/SC 1 Soil Quality – Evaluation of criteria, terminology and codification
ISO/TC 211 acknowledges the wish from ISO/TC 190/SC 1 to establish liaison between the committees, and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about this decision.
   
Resolution 601 Registration of ISO/CD 19147, Geographic information – Transfer nodes as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, to forward ISO/CD 19147, as given in document N3410, to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 600 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 00.60): NP 19161, Geodetic References
Submitted by: NB of France 
Project Leader: Mr. Claude Boucher

Approval date: 2012-06-15
Premilinary
The project is assigned to WG 4.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19162, Geographic information —Well known text representation of coordinate reference systems
Submitted by: Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. 
Project Leader: Mr. Roger Lott

Approval date: 2012-11-06
Target date for TS: 2015-11-06

The project is assigned to WG 9.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19163, Geographic information - Content components and encoding rules for imagery and gridded data
Submitted by: NB of China 
Project Leader: Professor Jianya Gong

Approval date: 2012-11-07
Target date for IS: 2015-11-07

The project is assigned to WG 6.

   
Resolution 599 Reappointment of the ISO/TC 211 Chair

ISO/TC 211 endorses the Secretariat's nomination of Mr. Olaf Østensen as the Chair of ISO/TC 211 for a further period of three years, and instructs the Secretariat to inform the ISO Technical Management Board about this decision.

 

 

34th Plenary meeting in Toulouse 2012-06-07 - 2012-06-08 (N3370)

Resolution 598 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

35th plenary      2012-12-11/12                Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
36th plenary      2013-05/06
37th plenary      2013-11-07/08                Redlands, California, USA
                                                     
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

   
Resolution 597 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG CD DIS FDIS IS/TS 
19101-1 (Rev.) 2011-01 2011-12 2012-12 2013-06
19103 (Rev.) 4 2011-07 2012-03 2013-07 2014-07 2015-03 
19109 (Rev.) 9 2012-07 2013-10 2014-11 2015-04
19110 (Rev.) 7 2012-01 2013-07 2014-07 2015-01 
19115-1 (Rev.) 7 2011-01 2011-12 2012-12 2013-06 
19115-3 7 2013-07 2013-11 2014-11 2015-05
19117 (Rev.) 4 2009-11 2010-10 2012-06 2013-01
19119 (Rev.) 4 2012-07 2013-05 2014-11 2015-05
19130-2 6 2011-07 TS 2012-12
19135-1 (Rev.) 9 2012-07 2013-05 2014-05 2014-11
19136-2 4 2012-02 2012-08 2013-08 2014-02 
19139-2 6 2011-07 TS 2012-10 
19144-2 7 2007-01 CD 2: 2008-07 2010-11 2012-03 2012-06 
19145 9 2009-07 2010-09 2012-10 2013-04
19147 10 2012-01 2012-02 2014-06 2014-12
19150-1 7 2011-07 TS 2013-01
19150-2 7 2012-07 2013-01 2014-07 2015-01
19152 7 2009-07 2011-01 2012-07 2013-01 
19153 9 2009-09 2011-10 2012-11 2013-05
19154 10 2012-07 2013-01 2014-10 2014-07
19155 10 2009-12 2011-02 2012-10
19157 9 2010-07 2011-07 2012-10 2013-04
19158 9 2010-08 TS 2012-06
19159-1 6 2012-01 2012-08 TS 2013-10
19160 7 Stage 0
19160-1 7 2013-07 2013-12 2014-12 2015-06

   
Resolution 596 Template for table of requirements classes and requirements

ISO/TC 211 invites the PMG in cooperation with the project leaders for projects 19136-2, 19150-2, 19103 and 19160-1 to cooperate on drafting a template for requirements classes and requirements in ISO/TC 211 deliverables.

ISO/TC 211  requests that the project leaders report on the progress at the 35th plenary.

   
Resolution 595 ISO/TC 211 fact sheets

ISO/TC 211 encourages the WG convenors to provide updated fact sheets and input for the Standards Guide, covering all existing and new standards within their WG.

In the case of new standards, this should be provided when the draft is submitted for DIS ballot.

ISO/TC 211 invites members to review all fact sheets and submit any updates to the advisory group on outreach chair and the secretariat.

   
Resolution 594 ISO/TC 204 - ISO/TC 211 task force

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Dr. Jinsoo You for his service and dedication as convenor of the ISO/TC 204 - ISO/TC 211 task force since 2008.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from the NB of the Republic of Korea of Dr. Soohong Park as a new convenor of the task force.

   
Resolution 593 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 accepts and appreciates the following nominations of liaison representatives:

Mr. Kazushige Kawase, Japan to ISCGM
Dr. Serena Coetzee, South Africa to UPU
Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa to UPU

   
Resolution 592 Corrigendum for ISO 19144-1:2009
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the corrigendum (document N 3320) for ISO 19144-1:2009 to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 591 Cultural and linguistic adaptability
Recognizing the importance of cultural and linguistic adaptability in the ISO/TC 211 suite of standards, considering previous resolutions, ISO/TC 211 requests that the PMG initiates a study on the subject, proposes possible solutions and recommendations to the TC, and reports on their progress at the 35th plenary.
   
Resolution 590 Ad hoc group on  GIS-BIM (Building Information Modeling)

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group to investigate interoperability issues concerning the respective standards of ISO/TC 211, ISO/TC 59/SC 13, Organization of information about construction works, the Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. and other relevant groups.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NB of the Republic of Korea for Professor SangKi Hong as chair of the group.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to distribute a call for membership of the group and to invite the relevant groups to participate in this ad hoc group, before the end of June 2012.

The ad hoc group shall report on their progress at the 35th plenary.

   
Resolution 589 Establishment of an ontology maintenance group

ISO/TC 211  resolves to establish an ontology maintenance group to ensure that the ontologies used in ISO/TC 211 projects are maintained and made accessible.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the group to draft terms of reference for presentation at the 35th plenary, and address the recommendations in document N 3308.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NB of Canada for Dr. Jean Brodeur as convenor of the group.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to distribute a call for membership of the group before the end of June 2012.

   
Resolution 588 Ad hoc group on linked data
Referring to resolution 569, ISO/TC 211 accepts the recommendations of the report from the ad hoc group (document N 3308), and confirms that the group is disbanded.
   
Resolution 587 Extension of target dates for project 19119, Geographic information — Services

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for an extension for project 19119 to the extended time frame of 48 months, with the following target dates:
CD        2012-07
DIS       2013-05
FDIS     2014-11
IS         2015-05

   
Resolution 586 Revision of ISO/TS 19139:2007, Geographic information — Metadata — XML schema implementation
Noting the implication of ISO NP 19115-3 on ISO/TS 19139:2007, ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer of the NB of France to submit an NWIP to revise ISO/TS 19139:2007, with Mr. Nicolas Lesage as project leader.
   
Resolution 585 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19104:2008, Geographic information — Terminology
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3301), ISO/TC 211 resolves to revise ISO/TS 19104:2008.  ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer of the NB of Australia to submit an NWIP to revise the Technical Specification, with Mr. Andrew Jones as project leader.
   
Resolution 584 Systematic review of ISO 6709:2008, Standard representation of geographic point location by coordinates
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3269), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 6709:2008.
   
Resolution 583 Registration of ISO/DTS 19130-2, Geographic information — Imagery sensor models for geopositioning - Part 2: SAR/InSAR, Lidar and Sonar as TS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to consider the comments received (document N 3348), amend ISO/DTS 19130-2 (N 3211) as necessary, and forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 582 Registration of ISO/DTS 19139-2, Geographic information — Metadata - XML Schema Implementation - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data as TS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward ISO/DTS 19139-2 (N 3205) to the ISO Central Secretariat for publicationt.
   
Resolution 581 Registration of ISO/DTS 19150-1, Geographic information — Ontology — Part 1: Framework, as TS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to consider the comments received (document N 3337), amend ISO/DTS 19150-1 (N 3303) as necessary, and forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 580 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 30.99): NP 19136-2, Geographic information — Geography Markup Language (GML) — Part 2: Extended schemas and encoding rules
Submitted by: Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC) 
Project Leader: Mr. Clemens Portele

Approval date: 2012-05-10
Target date for IS: 2013-05-10
The project is assigned to WG 4.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19115-3, Geographic information — Metadata — Part 3: XML schema implementation of metadata fundamentals
Submitted by: Energistics 
Project Leader: Dr. Ted Habermann

Approval date: 2012-05-14
Target date for TS: 2015-05-14

The project is assigned to WG 7.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19160-1, Addressing — Part 1: Conceptual model
Submitted by: NB of South Africa 
Project Leader: Dr. Serena Coetzee

Approval date: 2012-06-02
Target date for IS: 2015-06-02

The project is assigned to WG 7.

 

 

33rd Plenary meeting in Centurion 2011-11-17 - 2011-11-18 (N3262)

Resolution 579 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

34th plenary      2012-06-07/08                Toulouse, France
35th plenary      2012-12-11/12                Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
36th plenary      2013-
36th plenary      2013-
                                                     
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

   
Resolution 578 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG WD CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19101-1 (Rev.) 2011-01 2011-12 2012-12 2013-06 
19103 (Rev.) 4 2011-07 2012-03 2013-02 2014-03 2014-08
19109 (Rev.) 9 2012-07 2013-10 2014-11 2015-04 
19110 (Rev.) 7 2012-02 2013-05 2014-05 2014-11 
19115-1 (Rev.) 7 2011-01 2011-11 2012-11 2013-05 
19117 (Rev.) 4 2007-02 2009-11 2010-10 2011-10 2012-02 
19119 (Rev.) 4 2012-02 2012-12 2013-12 2014-05 
19130-2 6 2011-07 TS 2012-12
19135-1 (Rev.) 9 2012-02 2012-11 2013-11 2014-05
19135-2 9 2011-01 TS 2012-01
19139-2 6 2011-07 TS 2012-10 
19144-2 7 2005-11 2007-01 CD 2: 2008-07 2010-11 2011-11 2012-05
19145 9 2008-11 2009-07 2010-09 2011-09 2012-03 
19147 10 2012-02 2013-03 2014-03 2014-09 
19148 10 2007-07 2009-01 2009-12 2011-10 2012-01 
19149 4 2008-07 2009-11 2011-05
19150-1 7 2011-07 TS 2013-01 
19150-2 7 2012-07 2013-07 2014-08 2015-01 
19152 7  2009-07 2011-01 2012-01 2012-07 
19153 9 2009-09 2011-10 2012-10 2013-04 
19154 10 2012-07 2013-01 2014-10 2014-07 
19155 10 2009-10 2009-12 2011-02 2012-07
19156 9 2008-09 2009-01 2010-06 2011-12 
19157 9 2009-01 2010-07 2011-07 2012-06 2013-01 
19158 9 2009-02 2010-08 TS 2011-07
19159-1 6 2012-08 TS 2013-10
19160 7 Stage 00.60

   
Resolution 577 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
 
   
Resolution 576 Contribution to the UN Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management (UNCE-GGIM)

ISO/TC 211 strongly supports the UN-GGIM initiative and offers to contribute to the activities of the UN Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management.

ISO/TC 211 confirms its willingness to contribute to the UNCE-GGIM report to the Rio + 20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development.

ISO/TC 211 invites the UNCE-GGIM to become an ISO/TC 211 Category A liaison to influence and benefit from the ISO/TC 211 work.

   
Resolution 575 Cooperation with ISO/TC 59/SC 13
ISO/TC 211 invites ISO/TC 211/WG 10 Ubiquitous public access and ISO/TC 59/SC 13 Organization of information about construction works, to investigate the mechanism for cooperation, and to report to the next plenaries of ISO/TC 211 and ISO/TC 59/SC 13.
   
Resolution 574 Cooperation with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24
ISO/TC 211 notes the interest expressed by ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24/WG 7 at its meeting in Rapid City South Dakota USA, in August 2011, on coordination of encoding for imagery. ISO/TC 211 invites ISO/TC 211/WG 6 Imagery and ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24/WG 7 Image Processing, to investigate the mechanism for cooperation, and to report to the next plenaries of ISO/TC 211 and ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24.
   
Resolution 573 Register for ISO 19144, Geographic information – Classification systems

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (UN FAO) to host a joint register to support the registration requirements for the joint standards ISO 19144-1:2009, Geographic information – Classification systems – Part 1: Classification system structure, and ISO 19144-2, Geographic information – Classification systems – Part 2: Land Cover Meta Language (LCML) (to be published). ISO/TC 211 understands that a joint control body will be established between ISO/TC 211 and the UN FAO to manage the registers and their contents, and is willing to nominate delegates to the control body.

ISO/TC 211 requests that the ISO Technical Management Board (TMB) authorize the establishment of registers to support Classification Systems and the Land Cover Meta Language in accordance with the standards ISO 19144-1:2009 and ISO 19144-2, and in accordance with the cooperative agreement between ISO and the UN FAO.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to distribute a call for a chair and membership of the Control Body, after approval by the ISO TMB.

   
Resolution 572 Permanent HTTP URIs for standards
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the PMG Chair, the convenor of the Ad hoc group on configuration management and backwards compatibility and the ISO 19150-2 project leader, to communicate with the ISO Central Secretariat to obtain clarification about the use of permanent HTTP URIs for International Standards.
   
Resolution 571 Harmonization of encodings for imagery and gridded data

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the offer by the Member Body of China to address the issue of the harmonization of encodings for imagery and gridded data. ISO/TC 211 invites the National Body of China to submit a new work item proposal for a project on a content model and associated components, and encoding rules for imagery and gridded data.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the offer from the Member Body of USA to nominate an editor for the project.

ISO/TC 211 encourages liaison committees and organizations to participate in the work.

   
Resolution 570 Ad hoc group on configuration management and backwards compatibility

ISO/TC 211 expresses their appreciation to the ad hoc group on configuration management and backwards compatibility and its convenor, Dr. Simon Cox, for their work and their report to the plenary.

Noting that the comments received on the report do not require any substantial changes, ISO/TC 211 accepts document N 3165 as the final report from the ad hoc group, and includes it into our internal rules to be followed up by the project leaders/editors, PMG, HMMG and XML MG.

The group is disbanded.

   
Resolution 569 Ad hoc group on linked data

ISO/TC 211 expresses their appreciation to the ad hoc group on linked data and its convenor, Dr. Jean Brodeur, for their work and their report to the plenary. ISO/TC 211 looks forward to the final report from the convenor.

The group will be disbanded when the report is accepted.

   
Resolution 568 Extension of target dates project 19150-2, Geographic information — Ontology - Part 2: Rules for developing ontologies in the Web Ontology Language (OWL)

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for an extension for project 19150-2, to the extended time frame of 48 months, with the following target dates:

CD        2012-07
DIS       2013-07
FDIS     2014-08
IS         2015-01

   
Resolution 567 Extension of target dates project 19109, Geographic information — Rules for application schema

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for an extension for project 19109, to the extended time frame of 48 months, with the following target dates:

CD        2012-07
DIS       2013-10
FDIS     2014-11
IS         2015-04

   
Resolution 566 Extension of target dates project 19103, Geographic information — Conceptual schema language

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for an extension for project 19103, to the extended time frame of 48 months, with the following target dates:

CD.2     2012-03 (two months ballot) 
DIS       2013-02
FDIS     2014-03
IS         2014-08

   
Resolution 565 Systematic review of ISO 19141:2008, Geographic information – Schema for moving features
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3211), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 19141:2008.
   
Resolution 564 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19101-2:2008, Geographic information -- Reference model -- Part 2: Imagery
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3210), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO/TS 19101-2:2008.
   
Resolution 563 Registration of ISO/CD 19115-1, Geographic information — Metadatal — Part 1: Fundamentals,  as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to consider the comments received (document N 3247), amend ISO/CD 19115-1 (N 3203) as necessary, and forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 562 Registration of ISO/CD 19101-1, Geographic information — Reference model — Part 1: Fundamentals,  as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to consider the comments received (document N 3246), amend ISO/CD 19101-1 (N 3201) as necessary, and forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for DIS ballot.
   
Resolution 561 Registration of ISO/TS 19135-2, Geographic information — Procedures for item registration - XML Schema Implementation
Noting that there were no objections to document N 3198, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 560 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19154, Geographic information — Ubiquitous public access — Reference model
Submitted by: NB of Korea 
Project Leader: Dr. Sanghoon Lee

Approval date: 2011-07-04
Target date for IS: 2014-07
The project is assigned to WG 10.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP/TS 19159-1, Geographic information —Calibration and validation of remote sensing imagery sensors - Part 1 - Optical sensors
This NWIP replaces NP 19159.

Submitted by: NB of Germany 
Project Leader: Professor Wolfgang Kresse

Approval date: 2011-10-09
Target date for TS: 2013-10

The project is assigned to WG 6.

   
Resolution 559 ISO/TC 211 / OGC Joint Advisory Group (JAG)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from the NB of the USA of Ms. Jeanne Foust as co-chair of the ISO/TC 211/OGC JAG.
   
Resolution 558 In remembrance of Michael Smith

ISO/TC 211 wishes to express its deep regret and sorrow at the loss of our colleague Michael Smith, Secretary of the ISO Technical Management Board (TMB), on September 25, 2011.

Michael Smith has been supporting ISO/TC 211 since he attended our first meeting in Oslo in November 1994. He has always responded promptly and positively to our requests for advice, and ISO/TC 211 expresses its gratitude for the support Mike has given throughout the years since the committee was founded. We ask those who were close to him, and know his family and friends at home, to convey our sincere sympathy and warmth, and assure them of our high regard for Mike.

 

 

32nd Plenary meeting in Delft 2011-05-26 - 2011-05-27 (N3148)

Resolution 557 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

33rd plenary      2011-11-17/18                Pretoria, South Africa
34th plenary      2012-06-07/08                Toulouse, France
35th plenary      2012-12-11/12                Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
                                                     
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

   
Resolution 556 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG WD CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19101-1 (Rev.) 2011-01 2011-12 2012-12 2013-06
19103 (Rev.) 4 2011-07 2012-02 2013-02 2013-08
19109 (Rev.) 9 2011-12 2012-12 2013-12 2014-05
19110 (Rev.) 7 2011-06 2012-01 2013-05 2014-05 2014-11
19110 Amd. 1 7 2006-08 PDAM 2007-04 FDAM 2009-08 2011-06
19115-1 (Rev.) 7 2011-01 2011-11 2012-11 2013-05 
19117 (Rev.) 4 2007-02 2009-11 2010-10 2011-10 2012-02
19118 (Rev.) 4 2007-01 2009-10 2010-12 2011-06 
19119 (Rev.) 4 2011-12 2012-12 2013-12 2014-05
19130-2 6 2010-10 2011-10 TS 2012-12 
19131 Amd 1 9 2009-07 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06
19135-1 (Rev.) 9 2012-01 2012-11 2013-11 2014-05
19135-2 9 2011-01 TS 2012-01
19139-2 6 2011-07 TS 2012-10 
19144-2 7 2005-11 2007-01 CD 2: 2008-07 2010-11 2011-11 2012-05
19145 9 2008-11 2009-07 2010-09 2011-09 2012-03 
19147 10 2012-01 2013-03 2014-03 2014-09 
19148 10 2007-07 2009-01 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06 
19149 4 2008-07 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05
19150-1 7 2011-07 TS 2013-01
19150-2 7 2012-01 2012-07 2013-07 2014-01
19152 7 2009-07 2011-01 2012-01 2012-07 
19153 9 2009-09 2011-01 2012-01 2012-07
19155 10 2009-10 2009-12 2011-02 2012-01 2012-07
19156 9 2008-09 2009-01 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12
19157 9 2009-01 2010-07 2011-06 2012-06 2013-01
19158 9 2009-02 2010-08 TS 2011-07 
19159 6 2010-10 2011-10 TS 2012-10
19160 7 Stage 00.60

   
Resolution 555 Ad hoc group on configuration management and backwards compatibility

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the work done by the ad hoc group on configuration management and backwards compatibility.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to circulate the report from the ad hoc group to the members for comments before August 31, 2011.

ISO/TC 211 requests the ad hoc group to review the comments and present an updated report at the next plenary.

   
Resolution 554 Global Geospatial Information Management

ISO/TC 211 supports the initiative from the UN Statistical Division to establish a committee of experts on global geospatial information management.

Noting with thanks the invitation from the UN to present a paper on standards, ISO/TC 211 welcomes the offer of NB of South Africa of Dr. Serena Coetzee, and the United Kingdom and Saudi Arabia offer to nominate another person to help the chair write the paper.

   
Resolution 553 Ad hoc group on management system standards

ISO/TC 211 expresses their appreciation to the ad hoc group on management system standards and the convenor Mr. Christopher Body for their work and the report to the plenary.  ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the group.

Noting the recommendations from the Ad hoc group, ISO/TC 211 accepts their recommendations and instructs the secretariat to send out an invitation to submit a stage 0 project.

   
Resolution 552 Ad hoc group on linked data
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the work done by the Ad hoc group on linked data. Noting the group's report to the plenary (refer the meeting summary), ISO/TC 211 requests that the ad hoc group continue their work and report to the next plenary.
   
Resolution 551 Updating the Terms of Reference for the Control Body for the ISO geodetic registry network

ISO/TC 211 endorses the updates of the Terms of reference proposed by the Control Body for the ISO geodetic registry network.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out the updated ToR to the members.

   
Resolution 550 Liaison

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and values the contact it has with the liaison organizations, and the large contributions many of these organizations bring into the work of ISO/TC 211.

ISO/TC 211 notes that some of the liaisons appear to be inactive, and that each liaison shall be reviewed at least once a year or at every meeting according to the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 1, 1.17.1.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to notify the liaison organizations about this, and inform them that a report to ISO/TC 211 should be sent at least once a year, to inform the committee about the liaison organization's activities related to ISO/TC 211, and of their objectives for continuous liaison with the committee. Written reports shall be submitted at least one month before a plenary meeting.

   
Resolution 549 Co-chair of the ISO/TC 211 / OGC Joint Advisory Group (JAG)

ISO/TC 211 notes with regret Dr. Jinsoo You's resignation as the co-chair of the JAG and thanks him for his excellent work and his personal dedication to the work of the JAG.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to issue a call immediately to the P-members for nomination of a new co-chair.

   
Resolution 548 Terminology spreadsheet

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the work done by the Terminology Maintenance Group to include a symbols register and an abbreviations register in the terminology spreadsheet.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for comments from the members as well as from the convenors and project leaders, regarding the format and content of the symbols and abbreviations registers, as published in document N 3098. Comments shall be provided by July 31, 2011.

   
Resolution 547 ISO/CD 19151 Geographic information – Logical location identification scheme
Noting the proposal from WG 10 in document N 3090, ISO/TC 211 resolves to delete the project.
   
Resolution 546 Extension of target dates project 19147, Geographic information — Transer nodes

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for an extension for project 19147, to the extended time frame of 48 months, with the following target dates:

CD        2012-01
DIS       2012-03
FDIS     2014-03
IS         2014-09

   
Resolution 545 Extension of target dates project 19135-1, Geographic information — Procedures for item registration

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for an extension for project 19135-1, to the extended time frame of 42 months, with the following target dates:

CD        2012-01
DIS       2012-11
FDIS     2013-11
IS         2014-05

   
Resolution 544 Scope of ISO 19145, Geographic information — Registry of representations of geographic point location

ISO/TC 211 resolves to revise the scope of ISO 19145 according to document N 3083.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the chair and editor of the Editing Committee, to amend DIS 19145, taking into consideration the comments in document N 3079, and forward the document to ISO for FDIS.

   
Resolution 543 Systematic review of 19132:2007, Geographic information – Location-based services – Reference model
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3092), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 19132:2007.
   
Resolution 542 Systematic review of ISO 19105:2000, Geographic information – Conformance and testing
Noting recommendation from the Programme Maintenance Group (document N 3149 – to be issued), ISO/TC 211 resolves to revise ISO 19105:2000. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for a new work item proposal.
   
Resolution 541 Systematic review of ISO 19136:2007, Geographic information – Geography Markup Language (GML)
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 3069), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 19136:2007.
   
Resolution 540 Publication of ISO/TS 19158, Geographic information – Quality assurance of data supply
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to consider the comments received (document N 3133), amend ISO/DTS 19158 (N 3084) as necessary, and forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publishing.
   
Resolution 539 Registration of ISO/CD 19157, Geographic information — Data quality, as DIS
Noting that there were no objections to document N 3086, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend the document according to the editorial comments and forward the final ISO/CD 19157 to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 538 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.99): NP/TS 19150-1, Geographic information — Ontology — Part 1: Framework
Submitted by: NB of Canada 
Project Leader: Dr. Jean Brodeur

Approval date: 2011-01-02
Target date for TS: 2013-01-02
The project is assigned to WG 7.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19150-2, Geographic information — Ontology — Part 2: Rules for developing ontologies in the Web Ontology Language (OWL)
Submitted by: NB of Canada 
Project Leader: Dr. Jean Brodeur

Approval date: 2011-01-02
Target date for IS: 2014-01-02

The project is assigned to WG 7.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19109, Geographic information — Rules for application schema (Revision of ISO 19109:2005)
Submitted by: NB of Norway 
Project Leader: Mr. Steinar Høseggen

Approval date: 2011-04-24
Target date for IS: 2014-04-24

The project is assigned to WG 9.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19119, Geographic information — Services (Revision of ISO 19119:2005)
Submitted by: NB of Norway 
Project Leader: Dr. Arne-Jørgen Berre

Approval date: 2011-04-25
Target date for IS: 2014-04-25

The project is assigned to WG 4.

   
Resolution 537 WG 9 Information management

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination of Dr. John R. Herring as convenor of WG 9.

 

 

31st Plenary meeting in Canberra 2010-12-09 - 2010-12-10 (N3049)

Resolution 536 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

32nd plenary     2011-05-26/27                Delft, The Netherlands
33rd plenary      2011-10/12                      South Africa*
34th plenary      2012-05/06                      France*
35th plenary      2012-12-11/12                Saudi Arabia

* Provisional 
                                                     
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

   
Resolution 535 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG WD CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19101-1 (Rev.) 2011-01 2011-12 2012-12 2013-06
19103 (Rev.) 4 2011-07 2012-02 2013-02 2013-08
19110 (Rev.) 7 2011-06 2012-01 2013-05 2014-05 2014-11
19110 Amd. 1 7 2006-08 PDAM 2007-04 FDAM 2009-08 2010-01
19115-1 (Rev.) 7 2011-01 2011-11 2012-11 2013-05
19117 (Rev.) 4 2007-02 2009-11 2010-10 2011-10 2012-02
19118 /Rev.) 4 2007-01 2009-10 2010-12 2011-06
19130-2 6 2010-10 2011-10 TS 2012-12
19131 Amd 1 9 2009-07 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06 
19135-1 (Rev.) 9 2011-07 2012-05 2013-05 2013-11
19135-2 9 2011-01 TS 2012-01
19139-2 6 2011-07 TS 2012-10 
19142 4 2005-05 2006-12 2009-03 2010-09 2010-12
19144-2 7 2005-11 2007-01 CD 2: 2008-07 2010-11 2011-11 2012-05
19145 9 2008-11 2009-07 2010-09 2011-09 2012-03
19146 9 2006-08 2007-11 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06 
19147 10 2011-07 2012-06 2013-06 2013-12
19148 10 2007-07 2009-01 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06
19149 4 2008-07 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05
19151 10 2009-10 2011-06 2012-06 2013-01
19152 7 2009-07 2010-01 2012-01 2012-07
19153 9 2009-09 2011-01 2012-01 2012-07 
19155 10 2009-10 2009-12 2011-01 2012-01 2012-07 
19156 9 2008-09 2009-01 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12
19157 9 2009-01 2010-07 2011-06 2012-06 2013-01
19158 9 2009-02 2010-08 TS 2011-07
19159 6 2010-10 2011-10 TS 2012-10
19160 7 Stage 00.60

   
Resolution 534 Terms of reference for the control body of the ISO geodetic registry network
ISO/TC 211 approves the terms of reference for the control body of the ISO geodetic registry network, as given in document N 2947.
   
Resolution 533 Terms of reference for the XML Maintenance Group
ISO/TC 211  approves the terms of reference for the XML MG, as given in document N 2948.
   
Resolution 532 Ad hoc group on linked data

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group to investigate whether to address linked data and related issues, and make recommendations.

The ad hoc group shall report to the 32nd ISO/TC 211 plenary in Delft.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from the NB of Canada of Dr. Jean Brodeur as chair of the group.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out immediately a call for membership.

   
Resolution 531 Ad hoc group on management system standards

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group to investigate whether or not ISO/TC 211 should address management system standards in its work programme, and make recommendations.

The ad hoc group shall report to the 32nd ISO/TC 211 plenary in Delft.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from the NB of Australia of Mr. Christopher Body as chair of the group.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out immediately a call for membership.

   
Resolution 530 Extension of target dates project 19157, Geographic information — Data quality

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for an extension for project 19157, to the extended time frame of 48 months, with the following target dates:

DIS       2011-06
FDIS     2012-06
IS         2013-01

   
Resolution 529 Extension of target dates project 19151, Geographic information — Logical location identification scheme

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for the following extension of target dates for project 19151:

DIS       2011-06
FDIS     2012-06
IS         2013-01

   
Resolution 528 Extension of target dates project 19115-1, Geographic information — Metadata  — Part 1: Fundamentals

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for an extension for project 19115-1, to the extended time frame of 48 months, with the following target dates.

DIS       2011-11
FDIS     2012-11
IS         2013-05

   
Resolution 527 Extension of target dates project 19101-1, Geographic information — Reference model — Part 1: Fundamentals

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for an extension for project 19101-1, to the extended time frame of 48 months, with the following target dates.

DIS       2011-12
FDIS     2012-12
IS         2013-06

   
Resolution 526 Liaison contribution to ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 7, Sensor networks
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with Mr. Christopher Body, to draft a letter to ISO/IEC JTC 1 and ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 7, emphasizing the importance of geographic information and services for sensor networks. ISO/TC 211 thanks OGC for the offer to help draft this letter.
   
Resolution 525 Appointment of liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nominations from the members of liaison representatives.

The following are appointed as liaison representatives:

Dr. Liping Di, USA, to the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites/Working Group on Information Systems and Services (CEOS/WGISS)

Mr. Roger Lott, United Kingdom, to Energistics

Dr. Liping Di, USA, to IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society

Mr. David Danko, USA, to the International Cartographic Association (ICA)

Dr. John Herring, USA, to the Object Management Group (OMG)

Mr. Christopher Body, Australia, to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 Computer graphics, image processing and environmental data representation

Dr. Laura Reece, USA, to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 Data management and interchange

Mr. Christopher Body, Australia, to ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 7 Sensor Networks

Dr. Serena Coetzee, South Africa, to ISO/TC 154 Processes, data elements and documents in commerce, industry and administration

   
Resolution 524 Representation in the CEN/TC 287 ad hoc group on terminology
ISO/TC 211 appoints the chair of the Terminology Maintenance Group, Mr. Andrew Jones, to represent ISO/TC 211 in the CEN/TC 287 ad hoc group on terminology.
   
Resolution 523 Title of ISO 19115-1
ISO/TC 211  resolves that the title of project 19115-1 shall be: Geographic information — Metadata — Part 1: Fundamentals.
   
Resolution 522 Title of ISO 19101-1
ISO/TC 211 resolves that the title of project 19101-1 shall be: Geographic information — Reference model — Part 1: Fundamentals.
   
Resolution 521 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19139:2007 Geographic information — Metadata — XML schema implementation
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2990), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO/TS 19139:2007. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for revision once project 19115-1 reaches the DIS stage.
   
Resolution 520 Systematic review of ISO 19137:2007 Geographic information — Core profile of the spatial schema
Noting the result of the systematic review  (document N 2989), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 19137:2007.
   
Resolution 519 Systematic review of ISO 19131:2007 Geographic information — Data product specifications
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2988), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 19131:2007. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for revision once projects 19115-1, 19157 and 19117 reach the DIS stage.
   
Resolution 518 Systematic review of ISO 19111:2007 Geographic information — Spatial referencing by coordinates
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2987), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 19111:2007.
   
Resolution 517 Systematic review of ISO 19134:2007 Geographic information — Location-based services — Multimodal routing and navigation
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2957), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm ISO 19134:2007.
   
Resolution 516 Registration of ISO/CD 19155, Geographic information — Place Identifier (PI) architecture, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to consider the comments received (document N 3035), amend ISO/CD 19155 (N 2981) if necessary, and forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 515 Registration of ISO/CD 19153, Geospatial Digital Rights Management Reference Model (GeoDRM RM), as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to address the comments received (document N 2994), amend ISO/CD 19153 (N 2977) accordingly, and forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 514 Registration of ISO/CD 19117, Geographic information — Portrayal, as DIS
Noting that there were no objections to, or comments on, document N 2970, ISO/TC 211 endorses the submission of the final ISO/CD 19117 to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 513 Registration of new project 19147

This project was not approved because of insufficient experts being nominated. Noting that there are now sufficient experts nominated, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to request the ISO Central Secretariat to add the following project to the ISO/TC 211 programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19147, Geographic information —Transfer nodes
Submitted by: NB of Norway 
Project Leader: Mr. Trond Harald Hovland
Editor: Mr. Trond Foss

Approval date: 2010-12-10
Target date for IS: 2013-12-10
The project is assigned to WG 10.

   
Resolution 512 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19103, Geographic information — Conceptual Schema Language (revision of ISO/TS 19103:2005)
Submitted by: NB of Norway 
Project Leader: Mr. Kent Jonsrud

Approval date: 2010-08-22
Target date for IS: 2013-08-22
The project is assigned to WG 4.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP/TS 19139-2, Geographic information — Metadata — XML Schema Implementation - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data
Approval date: 2010-10-16
Target date for TS: 2012-10-16

Submitted by: NB of France 
Project Leader: Mr. Nicolas Lesage

The project is assigned to WG 6.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19110, Geographic information — Methodology for feature cataloguing (Revision of ISO 19110:2005)
Approval date: 2010-11-16
Target date for TS: 2014-11-06

Submitted by: NB of France 
Project Leader: Mr. Nicolas Lesage

The project is assigned to WG 7.

New project (Stage 20.20): NP 19135, Geographic information — Procedures for item registration (Revision of ISO 19135:2005)
Submitted by: NB of Norway 
Project Leader: Mr. Morten Borrebæk

Approval date: 2010-11-18
Target date for IS: 2013-11-18

The project is assigned to WG 9.

   
Resolution 511 WG 9 Information management

ISO/TC 211 regrets Professor Hiroshi Imai's resignation as WG 9 convenor and thanks him for the excellent work and his personal dedication to the work of WG 9 and ISO/TC 211.

ISO/TC 211 notes with regret that the NB of Japan relinquishes their responsibility for WG 9, and instructs the secretariat to issue a call immediately to the members for a convenor of WG 9.

 

 

30th Plenary meeting in Southampton 2010-05-27 - 2010-05-28 (N2945)

Resolution 510 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

31st plenary      2010-12-09/10              Canberra, Australia
32nd plenary     2011-05-26/27              Delft, The Netherlands
33rd plenary      2011-10/12                    South Africa*
34th plenary      2012-05/06                    France*
35th plenary      2012-10/12                    Saudi Arabia*

* Provisional 
                                                     
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided prior to each plenary, as required.

   
Resolution 509 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG WD CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19101 Rev. 2010-12 2011-06 2012-06 2012-12 
19110 Amd. 1 7 2006-08 PDAM 2007-04 FDAM 2009-08 2010-01
19115 Rev 7 2010-11 2011-01 2011-06 2012-06 2013-01 
19117 Rev. 4 2007-02 2009-11 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12 
19118 Rev. 4 2007-01 2009-10 2010-10 2011-02
19125-1* 4 2010-01 2010-07 2011-07 2012-01 
19125-2* 4 2010-01 2010-07 2011-07 2012-01 
19130 6 2008-07 TS 2009-12 
19130-2 6 2010-10 2011-05 TS 2012-05
19131 Amd 1 9 2009-07 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06 
19135-2 9 2012-05 2012-11 2012-12 TS 2013-05 
19142 4 2005-05 2006-12 2009-03 2010-03 2010-09
19143 4 2005-05 2007-01 2009-03 2010-03 2010-09
19144-2 7 2005-11 2007-01 CD 2: 2008-07 2010-06 2011-06 2012-01
19145 9 2008-11 2009-07 2010-05 2011-05 2011-11
19146 9 2006-08 2007-11 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06 
19147 10 Stage 00.60
19148 10 2007-07 2009-01 2009-12 2010-11 2011-05 
19149 4 2008-07 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05
19150 7 Stage 00.60
19151 10 2009-10 2011-01 2012-01 2012-07 
19152 7 2009-07 2010-01 2011-01 2011-07 
19153 9 2009-09 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12 
19154 10 Stage 00.60
19155 10 2009-10 2009-12 2010-08 2011-08 2012-02 
19156 9 2008-09 2009-01 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12
19157 9 2009-01 2010-07 2011-01 2012-01 2012-07
19158 9 2009-02 2010-07 TS 2011-05
19159 6 2010-10 2011-10 TS 2012-05
19160 7 Stage 00.60 
* These projects will be deleted due to slow progress

   
Resolution 508 Terms of reference for the control body of the ISO geodetic registry network
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out the draft terms of reference for the control body of the ISO geodetic registry network for comments.
   
Resolution 507 Terms of reference for the XML Maintenance Group
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out the draft terms of reference for the XML Maintenance Group for comments.
   
Resolution 506 Repository of comments

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the offer from the Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC) to host a web site where interested parties can upload comments on the ISO/TC 211 standards.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the chair, secretariat and PMG chair to continue the discussions with OGC to come up with an appropriate solution.

   
Resolution 505 Extension of target dates project 19151, Geographic information — Logical location identification scheme

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for the following extension of target dates for project 19151, Geographic information — Logical location identification scheme.

DIS       2011-01
FDIS     2012-01
IS         2012-07

   
Resolution 504 Appointment of liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nominations from the members of liaison representatives.

The following is appointed as liaison representative:

Professor Wolfgang Kresse, Germany, to ISPRS

   
Resolution 503 Establishment of liaison with ISO/TC 172/SC 6, Geodetic and surveying instruments
ISO/TC 211  instructs the secretariat to contact the ISO/TC 172/SC 6, Geodetic and surveying instruments, secretariat to establish a liaison with the committee.
   
Resolution 502 Arrangement of tutorials and workshops for the ISO/TC 211 delegates

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the national organization committees, to arrange tutorials and workshops as and when required, for the delegates in conjunction with future ISO/TC 211 plenaries.

Material developed for and during those events will be posted on the ISO/TC 211 web site.

   
Resolution 501 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19138:2006, Geographic information — Data quality measures
Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2892), and that the revision of this Technical Specification is included in project 19157, ISO/TC 211 resolves that ISO/TS 19138:2006 is confirmed, and will be withdrawn when ISO 19157 is published.
   
Resolution 500 Registration of ISO/CD 19152, Geographic information — Land Administration Domain Model (LADM), as DIS

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend ISO/CD 19152, Geographic information – Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) (document N 2886) in cooperation with the editing committee, to implement the changes required by the comments submitted during the six-week review (document N 2927) and make other editorial changes as required.

ISO/TC 211 further instructs the secretariat to forward the amended document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as DIS.

   
Resolution 499 Registration of new project 19135-2

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following project has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 10.99): NP 19135-2, Geographic information — Procedures for item registration — XML Schema Implementation
Submitted by: DGIWG 
Project Leader: Mr. Stefan Strobel

The project  is assigned to WG 9.

Noting that ISO/CD 19145 already includes an XML implementation for ISO 19135:2005, ISO/TC 211 resolves that the project will undertake a revision of its scope in order to resolve any overlapping of scope with ISO/CD 19145, by developing its work on the basis of ISO/CD 19145, Annex A. A ballot on the revised scope will be submitted for vote together with the committee draft.

   
Resolution 498 Registration of ISO/CD 19145, Geographic information — Registry of representations of geographic point location, as DIS

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to address the comments received (document N 2880) and amend ISO/CD 19145 (document N 2864) accordingly, and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.

Noting that this document already includes an XML implementation of ISO 19135:2005, in Annex A, ISO/TC 211 resolves that Annex A of 19145 will be removed once 19135-2 reaches DIS stage.

   
Resolution 497 Registration of ISO/CD 19144-2, Geographic information — Classification systems — Part 2: Land Cover Meta Language (LCML), as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the Editing Committee, to address the comments received (document N 2917) and amend ISO/CD 19144-2 (document N 2883) accordingly, and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 496 Change in title and scope of ISO 19144-2

Referring to the proposal from the ISO/CD 19144-2 Editing Committee (document N 2884), because of the need to reflect better that the standard is a meta language and not a classification system, ISO/TC 211 decides to change the title and scope of project 19144-2 as follows:

Title:    Geographic information — Classification Systems — Part 2: Land Cover Meta Language (LCML)

Scope:  This part of ISO 19144 specifies a Land Cover Meta Language (LCML) expressed as a UML metamodel that allows different land cover classification systems to be described based on physiognomic aspects. This part of ISO 19144 also specifies the detailed structure of a register for the extension of LCML but does not specify the maintenance of the register. This International Standard recognizes that there exist a number of land cover classification systems. It provides a common reference structure for the comparison and integration of data for any generic land cover classification system, but it is not intended to replace those classification systems.

   
Resolution 495 Registration of ISO/CD 19156, Geographic information — Observations and measurements, as DIS
ISO/TC 211 endorses the forwarding of the final ISO/CD 19156 (document N 2921) to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 494 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work.

New project (Stage 10.99): NP 19159 Geographic information —Calibration and validation of remote sensing imagery sensors and data
Submitted by: NB of Germany 
Project Leader: Professor Wolfgang Kresse

The project was assigned to WG 6 through a default ballot (document N 2830).

New project (Stage 10.99): NP 19130-2, Geographic information — Imagery sensor models for geopositioning — Part 2: SAR, InSAR, Lidar and Sonar
Submitted by: NB of USA 
Project Leader: Professor Liping Di

The project is assigned to WG 6.

   
Resolution 493 Memorandum of Understanding between ISO/TC 211 and the Object Management Group

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the initiative from the Object Management Group (OMG) to establish a Memorandum of Understanding between the two groups.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the proposal (document N 2912) to the ISO Central Secretariat for further processing.

   
Resolution 492 Establishment of liaison with the Object Management Group (OMG)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the establishment of a category A liaison with the Object Management Group (OMG), according to the result of the written ballot in document N 2825.
   
Resolution 491 In remembrance of Norman C. Andersen and Søren Riff Alexandersen

ISO/TC 211 wishes to express its deep regret and sorrow at the loss of our colleagues and friends Norman Andersen on November 24, 2009 and Søren Alexandersen on April 20, 2010.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its gratitude for the years that we knew Norman and Søren, for the friendship we shared with them, and their contributions to, and hard work for, the committee. We are grateful and proud for having known them as professional and enthusiastic colleagues. We ask those that were close to them, and know their families and friends at home, to convey our sincere sympathy and warmth, and assure them of our high regard for Norman and Søren.

 

 

29th Plenary meeting in Quebec City 2009-11-06 - 2009-11-07 (N2828)

Resolution 490 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

30th plenary      2010-05-27/28               Southampton, United Kingdom
31st plenary      2010-12-09/10               Canberra, Australia
32nd plenary     2011-05/06                    The Netherlands*
33rd plenary      2011-10/12                    South Africa*

* Provisional 
                                                     
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided for the three days prior to each plenary. Provisions for a workshop for the local geographic information community may be provided before or during the meeting week.

   
Resolution 489 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG WD CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19101 Rev. 2010-12 2011-06 2012-06 2012-12
19103 Rev. 9 2009-01 2010-01 2011-01 2011-07
19110 Amd. 1 7 2006-08 PDAM 2007-04 FDAM 2009-06 2010-01
19115 Rev 7 2010-06 2010-12 2011-12 2012-06
19117 Rev. 4 2007-02 2009-11 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12
19118 Rev. 4 2007-01 2009-10 2010-10 2011-02 
19125-1 4 2010-01 2010-07 2011-07 2012-01
19125-2 4 2010-01 2010-07 2011-07 2012-01
19130 6 2008-07 TS 2009-12 
19131 Amd 1 9 2009-07 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06 
19142 4 2005-05 2006-12 2009-03 2010-03 2010-09 
19143 4 2005-05 2007-01 2009-03 2010-03 2010-09 
19144-2 7 2005-11 2007-01 CD 2: 2008-07 2010-06 2011-06 2012-01 
19145 9 2008-11 2009-07 2010-01 2011-01 2011-07 
19146 9 2006-08 2007-11 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06 
19147 10 Stage 00.60
19148 10 2007-07 2009-01 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05 
19149 4 2008-07 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05 
19150 7 Stage 00.60
19151 10 2009-10 2010-07 2011-07 2012-01
19152 7 2009-07 2010-01 2011-01 2011-07
19153 9 2009-09 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12 
19154 10 Stage 00.60
19155 10 2009-10 2010-02 2010-08 2011-08 2012-02 
19156 9 2008-09 2009-01 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12 
19157 9 2009-01 2009-12 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12 
19158 9 2009-02 2010-07 TS 2011-05
19160 7 Stage 00.60

   
Resolution 488 Appointment of liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nominations from the members of liaison representatives.

The following are confirmed/appointed as liaison representatives:

Mr. Roger Lott, United Kingdom, to OGP
Mr. Stefan Strobel, Germany, to DGIWG
Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa, to ICA
Dr. Serena Coetzee, South Africa, to OASIS
Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa, to UN ECA
Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa, to ISO/TC 69
Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa, to ISO/TC 154
Dr. Jean Brodeur, Canada, to PAIGH

   
Resolution 487 Strategy and Business Plan
Referring to Resolution 471 at the 28th plenary, ISO/TC 211 endorses the chairman's request to extend the deadline to the next plenary, for the sub-group of the Advisory Group on Strategy to develop a new strategy document and to revise the ISO/TC 211 Business Plan.
   
Resolution 486 CEN/ISSS Workshop ELSSI EMG

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the request for a liaison from the CEN/ISSS Workshop ELSSI EMG (Economics and logistics of standard-compliant schemas and ontologies for interoperability of engineering materials data) in terms of the Vienna Agreement, and ISO/TC 211 welcomes the cooperation with CEN/ISSS Workshop ELSSI EMG.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to establish contact with the Workshop.

   
Resolution 485 Approval of liaison request from Energistics
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the request for a category A liaison from Energistics, and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.
   
Resolution 484 Establishment of liaison with the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the establishment of a category A liaison with the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS), according to the result of the written ballot in document N 2764.
   
Resolution 483 Ad hoc group on strategy for configuration management and backwards compatibility

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group on strategy for configuration management and backwards compatibility.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to distribute a call for chair and membership of the group before the end of November 2009.

The ad hoc group shall report to the 30th plenary.

   
Resolution 482 Establishment of an XML maintenance group

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an XML maintenance group to ensure that the XML used in ISO/TC 211 projects is maintained and made accessible.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the XML maintenance group to draft terms of reference for presentation at the 30th plenary.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to distribute a call for chair and membership of the group before the end of November 2009.

   
Resolution 481 Ad hoc group on XML
ISO/TC 211 expresses their appreciation to the ad hoc group on XML and the convenor Mr. John Hockaday for their work and the report in document N 2787.  ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the group.
   
Resolution 480 Registration of ISO/CD 19148, Geographic information – Linear referencing as DIS
Noting that the USA withdraws their objection, given in document N 2781, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward document N 2759 to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 479 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work.

New project (Stage 20.99): 19101 Geographic information — Reference model
Submitted by: NB of Canada
Project Leader: Dr. Jean Brodeur, Canada

The project will report directly to the plenary.

New project (Stage 00.60): 19160 Addressing
Submitted by: NB of South Africa
Project Leader: Dr. Serena Coetzee, South Africa

The project is assigned to WG 7.

   
Resolution 478 Reappointment of the ISO/TC 211 Chairman
ISO/TC 211 endorses the Secretariat's nomination of Mr. Olaf Østensen as the Chairman of ISO/TC 211 for a further period of three years, and instructs the Secretariat to inform the ISO Technical Management Board about this decision.
   
Resolution 477 In remembrance of Professor Hans Knoop

ISO/TC 211 wishes to express its deep regret and sorrow at the loss of our colleague and friend Professor Hans Knoop on 8 October 2009.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its gratitude for the years that we knew Hans, for the friendship we shared with him, and his contribution to, and hard work for the committee. We are grateful and proud for having known him as a professional and enthusiastic colleague. We ask those that were close to him, and know his family and friends at home, to convey our sincere sympathy and warmth, and assure them of our high regard for Hans.

 

 

28th Plenary meeting in Molde 2009-05-28 - 2009-05-29 (N2722)

Resolution 476 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

29th plenary      2009-11-05/06          Quebec, Canada      
30th plenary      2010-05/06               United Kingdom*
31st plenary      2010-10/12
32nd plenary     2011-05/06

* No final decision
                                                     
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided for the three days prior to each plenary. Provisions for a workshop for the local geographic information community may be provided before or during the meeting week.

   
Resolution 475 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG WD CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19103 Rev. 9 2009-01 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06
19110 Amd. 1 7 2006-08 PDAM 2007-04 FDAM 2009-06 2010-01 
19111-2 9 2006-09 2007-06 2008-07 2009-12
19115 Rev 7 2010-02 2010-08 2011-08 2012-02
19117 Rev. 4 2007-02 2009-11 2010-05 2011-05 2011-11
19118 Rev. 4 2007-01 2009-06 2010-06 2010-12 
19125-1 4 2009-06 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05 
19125-2 4 2009-06 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05 
19126 7 2006-08 2007-11 2009-06 2010-12 
19130 6 2008-07 TS 2009-09 
19131 Amd 1 9 2009-06 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06 
19142 4 2005-05 2006-12 2009-03 2010-03 2010-09 
19143 4 2005-05 2007-01 2009-03 2010-03 2010-09 
19144-1 7 2005-11 2007-01 2007-11 2009-05 2009-11
19144-2 7 2005-11 2007-01 CD 2: 2008-07 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06 
19145 9 2008-11 2009-06 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06
19146 9 2006-08 2007-11 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06 
19147 10 Stage 00.60
19148 10 2007-07 2009-01 2009-07 2010-07 2011-01
19149 4 2008-07 2009-06 2010-06 2010-12 
19150 7 Stage 00.60
19151 10 2009-10 2010-02 2011-02 2011-09 
19152 7 2009-07 2010-01 2011-01 2011-07 
19153 9 2009-06 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06 
19154 10 Stage 00.60
19155 10 2010-02 2010-08 2011-08 2012-02
19156 9 2008-09 2009-01 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12
19157 9 2009-01 2009-12 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12
19158 9 2009-02 2010-07 TS 2011-05

   
Resolution 474 Ad hoc group on XML

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group on XML that advises the committee on how XML should be handled in ISO/TC 211.

The ad hoc group shall report to the next plenary.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nomination from NB of Australia and appoints Mr. John Hockaday as convenor of the group.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for membership.

   
Resolution 473 Extension of target dates project 19117

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO Central Secretariat for the following extension of target dates for project 19117:

CD      2009-11
DIS     2010-05
FDIS   2011-05
IS       2011-11

   
Resolution 472 Nomination of editors

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nominations and appoints the following editors:

Dr. Ki-Joune Li, Korea, to project 19151
Mr. Shawn Silkensen, USA, to project 19151
Mr. Reese Plews, Japan, to project 19155
Mr. Ray Patrucco, United Kingdom, to project 19158

   
Resolution 471 Strategy and Business Plan
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send a call for members of a sub-group of the Advisory Group on Strategy to develop a new strategy document and to revise the ISO/TC 211 Business Plan before the next plenary meeting.
   
Resolution 470 Essential Climate Variables (ECVs)

Recognizing the critical need for standardization in essential climate variables (ECVs) in the global efforts to monitor and mitigate climate change threatening our planet, ISO/TC 211 supports the establishment of a Joint Steering Group for Essential Climate Variables.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the offer of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (UN FAO), and authorizes Dr. John S. Latham to represent ISO/TC 211 at the upcoming meetings on ECVs.

   
Resolution 469 Appointment of co-chairs of the Advisory Group on Outreach

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nominations from the NB of Germany and the Panamerican Institute of Geography and History (PAIGH) for chair of the Advisory Group on Outreach.

ISO/TC 211 appoints Professor Hans Knoop and Mr. Henry Tom as co-chairs of the Advisory Group.

   
Resolution 468 Appointment of liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nominations from the members of liaison representatives.

The following are appointed as liaison representatives:

Dr. Serena Coetzee, South Africa, to UPU
Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa, to UPU
Mr. Larry Hothem, USA, to IAG
Mr. Larry Hothem, USA, to FIG
Mr. Larry Hothem, USA, to SCAR
Mr. Larry Hothem, USA, to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 31
Mr. C. Douglas O'Brien, Canada, to IHO

   
Resolution 467 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 resolves to review the table of liaison representatives each third year. Members will then be asked to confirm or withdraw their nominations.

If there is no confirmation of a liaison representative after a call is sent out, this representative will be deleted from the list before the next plenary.

   
Resolution 466 Establishment of liaison with the UPU International Bureau
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the establishment of liaison with the UPU International Bureau, according to the result of the written ballot in document N 2590.
   
Resolution 465 Ad hoc group on Spatial Data Infrastructure

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Ad hoc group on Spatial Data Infrastructure for the arrangement of the workshop on Wednesday May 27.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the group.

   
Resolution 464 Terms of reference for the Terminology Maintenance Group (TMG)

ISO/TC 211 resolves to adopt the proposed terms of reference in document N 2701 for the TMG.

   
Resolution 463 Ad hoc group on support for terminology

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Ad hoc group on support for terminology for their work and the report (N 2701).

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the group.

   
Resolution 462 Ad hoc group on registry services

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Ad hoc group on registry service for their work and their report in N 2714. The recommendations from the report will be added to the repository of recommendations.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the group.

   
Resolution 461 Repository of recommendations

Noting that many reports from ad hoc groups contain valuable recommendations, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the PMG chair, to establish a repository of recommendations on the website.

The repository will be maintained on a regular basis as a part of the PMG work.

   
Resolution 460 Systematic review of ISO 19135:2005 Geographic information – Procedures for item registration
Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 19135:2005 (document N 2651), the comments to NWIP 19145 given in N 2676, and the recommendations given in N 2714, ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated and instructs the secretariat to send out a call, inviting the member bodies to submit a new work item proposal to start the revision of the standard.
   
Resolution 459 Systematic review of ISO 19133:2005 Geographic information – Location-based services – Tracking and navigation

Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 19133:2005 (document N 2649), ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call, inviting the member bodies to submit a new work item proposal to start the revision of the standard.

   
Resolution 458 Systematic review of ISO 19128:2005 Geographic information – Web Map Server interface

Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 19128:2005 (document N 2648), ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 invites OGC to submit a new work item proposal to start the revision of the standard.

   
Resolution 457 Systematic review of ISO 19112:2003 Geographic information – Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers

Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 19112:2003 (document N 2647), ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call, inviting the member bodies to submit a new work item proposal to start the revision of the standard.

   
Resolution 456 Systematic review of ISO 19123:2005 Geographic information – Schema for coverage geometry and functions

Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2612), ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call, inviting the member bodies to submit a new work item proposal to start the revision of the standard.

   
Resolution 455 Systematic review of ISO 19114:2003 Geographic information – Quality evaluation procedures
Noting the result of the systematic review of ISO 19114:2003 (document N 2611), and the approval of the new project 19157, Geographic information — Data quality, ISO/TC 211 resolves that ISO 19114:2003 is confirmed.
   
Resolution 454 Publication of ISO/DTS 19130 Geographic information – Imagery sensor models for geopositioning

Noting the amount of comments received on the review of the final DTS 19130 (N 2644), ISO/TC 211 instructs the editor to address the comments received (documents N 2689 and N 2707), and amend the document accordingly.

ISO/TC 211 further instructs the Editing Committee (EC) chair to distribute the proposed resolution of comments and the updated document to the EC for their final consent.

ISO/TC 211 finally instructs the EC Chair to forward the final document to the secretariat for forwarding to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as a Technical Specification.

   
Resolution 453 Registration of ISO/CD 19149, Geographic information – Rights expression language for geographic information – GeoREL as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to address the comments received (document N 2688) and amend ISO/CD 19149 (N 2642) accordingly, and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 452 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.99): 19145 Geographic information — Registry of representations of geographic point location.
Submitted by: NB of Canada
Project Leader: Dr. Jean Brodeur, Canada
Editor: Mr. Robert Kuffel, USA

The project is assigned to WG 9.

New project (Stage 20.20): 19157 Geographic information — Data Quality
Submitted by: NB of Sweden
Project Leader: Mr. Erik Stenborg, Sweden
Editor: Mr. Johan Esko, Sweden

The project is assigned to WG 9.

New project (Stage 20.20): 19158 Geographic information — Quality assurance of data supply (Technical Specification)
Submitted by: EuroSDR
Project Leader: Dr. Antti Jakobsson, EuroGeographics

The project is assigned to WG 9.

New project (Stage 20.20): Revision of ISO 19115:2003, Geographic information — Metadata

Submitted by: NB of USA
Project Leader: Mr. David Danko, USA
The project is assigned to WG 7.

 

 

27th Plenary meeting in Tsukuba 2008-12-04 - 2008-12-05 (N2595)

Resolution 451 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

28th plenary      2009-05-28/29          Molde, Norway
29th plenary      2009-10/12               
30th plenary      2010-05/06               United Kingdom*
31st plenary      2010-10/12

* No final decision
                                                     
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided for the three days prior to each plenary. Provisions for a workshop for the local geographic information community may be provided before or during the meeting week.

   
Resolution 450 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WG WD CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
19103 Rev. 9 2009-01 2009-07 2010-07 2011-01
19110 Amd. 1 7 2006-08 PDAM 2007-04 FDAM 2009-01 2009-07
19111-2 9 2006-09 2007-06 2008-07 2009-06 2009-12 
19113 Rev. 9 2007-07 2008-12 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06
19115-2 6 2004-09 2005-11 2007-11 2009-05
19117 Rev. 4 2007-02 2009-01 2009-05 2010-05 2010-12
19118 Rev. 4 2007-01 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19125-1 4 2009-06 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05
19125-2 4 2009-06 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05 
19126 7 2006-08 2007-11 2009-01 2009-07
19129 6 2005-07 2007-03 2008-03 2008-12
19130 6 2008-07 DTS 2009-05 TS 2010-05
19131 Amd 1 9 2008-06 2008-11 2009-11 2010-05
19142 4 2005-05 2006-12 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19143 4 2005-05 2007-01 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06 
19144-1 7 2005-11 2007-01 2007-11 2008-11 2009-04 
19144-2 7 2005-11 2007-01 CD 2: 2008-07 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19145 9 2006-01 Stage 00.60 NWIP distributed
19146 9 2006-08 2007-11 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19147 10 Stage 00.60
19148 10 2007-07 2009-01 2009-07 2010-07 2011-01
19149 4 2008-07 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19150 7 Stage 00.60
19151 10 2009-06 2010-02 2011-02 2011-09
19152 7 2009-06 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06
19153 9 2009-06 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06
19154 10 Stage 00.60
19155 10 2009-11 2010-05 2011-05 2011-11
19156 9 2008-09 2009-12 2010-06 2011-06 2011-12

   
Resolution 449 Extension of time frame for project 19148

Noting that the target date for DIS for 19148, Geographic information - Location Based Services - Linear Referencing System, is 2009-04, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to apply to the ISO TMB for an extension of the timeframe of project 19148. The new time frame is:

CD      2009-01
DIS     2009-07
FDIS   2010-07
IS       2011-01

   
Resolution 448 Liaison with ISO/TC 171 Document management applications
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to contact ISO/TC 171 to establish a liaison between the two committees.
   
Resolution 447 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the following nominations of liaison representatives:

Ms. Serena Coetzee (South Africa) to ISO/TC 154, Processes, data elements and documents in commerce, industry and administration 
Mr. Markus Seifert (Germany) to EuroGeographics

   
Resolution 446 Ad hoc group on Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI)

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the importance of standards for spatial data infrastructures and resolves to establish an ad hoc group on SDI to prepare a workshop at the 28th plenary.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the nomination from Saudi Arabia of Dr. Abdullah Al-Shahrani as the chair of the group.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the offer of the member bodies of Belgium, Canada, China, Germany, Korea, Malaysia, Norway, Russian Federation, South Africa, USA and DGIWG to participate.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to circulate a call immediately for further nominations and confirmation of nominated persons from the MBs above to the group, with a deadline of 2009-01-31 for responses.

   
Resolution 445 Cooperation with the Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC)

ISO/TC 211 requests that the ISO/TC 211 / OGC Joint Advisory Group (JAG) discusses the issues concerned with OWS Common, and advise both organizations on what is needed and how to proceed.

ISO/TC 211 further requests the JAG to revise its Terms of Reference, particularly to ensure synchronization of OGC and ISO/TC 211 deliverables and coordination of meetings.

   
Resolution 444 Internal procedures

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend document N 2513 and the associated documents N 2515, N 2516, N 2517 and N 2518, according to the comments received in document N 2573.

For the time being, the comments related to Robert's Rules shall not be considered, but ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to contact the ISO Central Secretariat for further advice regarding internal committee rules.

   
Resolution 443 Programme for outreach work
ISO/TC 211 endorses the prioritized programme for outreach work as described by the AG on Outreach in their report to the 27th plenary.
   
Resolution 442 Draft Standards Guide
ISO/TC 211 appreciate the work done by Mr. Henry Tom and Dr. Charles Roswell in drafting the Draft Standards Guide in document N 2582. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to circulate a call for comments, with a deadline of 2009-03-31 for responses.
   
Resolution 441 Systematic review of ISO/TS 19127:2005 Geographic information – Geodetic codes and parameters

Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2540) of ISO/TS 19127:2005, ISO/TC 211 decides that the Technical Specification is confirmed.

Pending on the outcome of the work of the Ad hoc group on registry services, ISO/TC 211 may decide to initiate a revision of ISO/TS 19127:2005 before the next systematic review, processing it at that time to an IS.

   
Resolution 440 Ad hoc group on registry services

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the importance and urgency of the implementation of registries  and their services (see ISO 19135, ISO/TS 19127, ISO/RS 19145 – N 2357), and resolves to establish an ad hoc group on registry services to advise the committee on what is needed and how to proceed. In particular the issue of Geodetic Codes and Parameters needs to be considered.

The ad hoc group shall submit a preliminary report one month in advance of the 28th plenary.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the nomination from Norway of Mr. Morten Borrebæk as the chair of the group.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to circulate a call immediately for nominations to the group, with a deadline of 2009-01-15 for responses.

   
Resolution 439 Systematic review of ISO 19115:2003 Geographic information – Metadata

Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2539) of ISO 19115:2003, ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call, inviting the member bodies to submit a new work item proposal to start the revision of the standard.

   
Resolution 438 Systematic review of ISO 19109:2005 Geographic information – Rules for application schema

Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2538) of ISO 19109:2005, ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call, inviting the member bodies to submit a new work item proposal to start the revision of the standard.

   
Resolution 437 Systematic review of ISO 19107:2003 Geographic information – Spatial schema

Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2537) of ISO 19107:2003, ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call, inviting the member bodies to submit a new work item proposal to start the revision of the standard.

   
Resolution 436 Systematic review of ISO 19119:2005 Geographic information – Services

Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2485) of ISO 19119:2005, ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call, inviting the member bodies to submit a new work item proposal to start the revision of the standard.

   
Resolution 435 Systematic review of ISO 19110:2005 Geographic information – Methodology for feature cataloguing

Noting the result of the systematic review (document N 2484) of ISO 19110:2005, ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the revision should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call, inviting the member bodies to submit a new work item proposal to start the revision of the standard.

   
Resolution 434 Responses to comments on draft New Work Item Proposals
ISO/TC 211 requests that the proposer of a New Work Item Proposal (NWIP) submits their responses to comments received on the draft NWIP, so that they can be circulated to the TC at the same time that the NWIP is circulated for balloting.
   
Resolution 433 Revision of ISO 19101:2002, Geographic information – Reference model
ISO/TC 211 invites Canada to submit a New Work Item Proposal for the revision of ISO 19101:2002.
   
Resolution 432 Normative references between standards
ISO/TC 211 decides to maintain a map of normative references between standards, as specified in the ISO/TC 211 Guidelines for compatibility, and assigns the task to the Programme Maintenance Group (PMG).
   
Resolution 431 Registration of ISO/CD 19143, Geographic information – Filter encoding as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to amend ISO/CD 19143 (N 2529) according to the comments received (document N 2572), and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 430 Registration of ISO/CD 19142, Geographic information – Web feature service as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to amend ISO/CD 19142 (N 2528) according to the comments received (document N 2571), and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 429 Registration of ISO/CD 19118, Geographic information – Encoding as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the chair of the Editing Committee, to amend ISO/CD 19118 (N 2527) according to the comments received (document N 2556), and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 428 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 00.60): ISO 19154 Standardization Requirements for Ubiquitous Public Access
The Project Leader for the project is Professor Ki-Joune Li.

The project is assigned to WG 10.

New project (Stage 20.20): 19155 Geographic information – Place Identifier (PI) Architecture
The Project Leader for the project is Dr. Keisuke Uehara.

The project is assigned to WG 10.

New project (Stage 20.20): 19156 Geographic information – Observations and measurements
The Project Leader for the project is Dr. Simon Cox.

The project is assigned to WG 9.

 

 

26th Plenary meeting in Copenhagen 2008-05-29 - 2008-05-30 (N2480)

Resolution 427 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

27th plenary      2008-12-04/05           Tsukuba, Japan
28th plenary      2009-05/06               Norway - to be confirmed 
                                                     
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided for the three days prior to each plenary. Provisions for a workshop for the local geographic information community may be provided before or during the meeting week.

   
Resolution 426 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WD CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
6709 2005-02 2006-09 2008-03 2008-09
19103 Rev. 2008-11 2009-06 2010-10 2011-04
19104 DTS 2006-09-14 DTS 2007-06 TS 2008-03
19110 Amd. 1 2006-08 PDAM 2007-04 2008-06 2009-01
19111-2 2006-09 2007-06 2008-06 2009-06 2009-12
19113 Rev. 2007-07 2008-12 2009-12 2010-12 2011-06
19115-2 2004-09 2005-11 2007-11 2008-11 2009-05
19117 Rev. 2007-02 2009-01 2009-05 2010-05 2010-12
19118 Rev. 2007-01 2008-06 2009-06 2009-12
19125-1 2009-06 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05
19125-2 2009-06 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05
19126 2006-08 2007-11 2008-11 2009-05
19129 2005-07 2007-03 2008-02 TS 2008-09
19130 2008-06 DTS 2009-05 TS 2010-05
19131 2008-06 2008-11 2009-11 2010-05
19142 2005-05 2006-12 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19143 2005-05 2007-01 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19144-1 2005-11 2007-01 2007-11 2008-11 2009-04
19144-2 2005-11 2007-01 CD 2: 2008-07 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19145 2006-01 Stage 00.60
19146 2006-08 2007-11 2008-06 2009-06 2009-12 
19147 Stage 00.60
19148 2007-07 2009-01 2009-07 2010-07 2011-01 
19149 2008-06 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06 
19150 Stage 00.60
19151 2009-02 2010-02 2011-02 2011-09
19152 2009-06 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05
19153 2009-06 2009-11 2010-11 2011-05

   
Resolution 425 Repository for the harmonized model
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the generous offer from the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission to host the harmonized model repository.
   
Resolution 424 Ad hoc group on support for terminology

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the important contribution of the Terminology Maintenance Group and particularly its convenor Mr. Andrew Jones, towards harmonization of the terminology.

Referring to the recommendation from the TMG, ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group to:

  • review the terms of reference of the TMG,
  • investigate platforms for the registries of terminology.

ISO/TC 211 accepts and appreciates the nomination from the NB of Australia of Mr. Andrew Jones as convenor of the ad hoc group, and invites the member bodies to nominate members to the group, in addition to the current TMG.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to issue the call by 2008-06-25.

   
Resolution 423 Advisory Group on Outreach

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Professor Hans Knoop and Mr. Henry Tom for their continuing work as co-chairs of the ISO/TC 211 Advisory Group on Outreach, and appreciates their willingness to extend their period for an additional year.

In view of resolution 397, ISO/TC 211 instructs the Advisory Group on Outreach to bring a prioritized programme of outreach work to the 27th plenary meeting for discussion and agreement.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to issue a call for members of the advisory group, and include a call for confirmation of the present members.

   
Resolution 422 Nomination of additional members to the ISO/TC 211 - OGC Joint Advisory Group (JAG)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer of the NB of Denmark for Ms. Lydia Gietler to be additional member from ISO/TC 211 to the JAG (refer document N 1531).
   
Resolution 421 Co-chair of ISO/TC 211 / ISO/TC 204 Task force

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Professor Tschangho John Kim for his work as co-chair of ISO/TC 211 / ISO/TC 204 Task force.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NB of Korea of professor Jinsoo You as new co-chair.

   
Resolution 420 Co-chair of OGC / ISO/TC 211 JAG

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Professor Tschangho John Kim for his work as co-chair of the OGC / ISO/TC 211 Joint Advisory Group.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NB of Korea of professor Jinsoo You as new co-chair.

   
Resolution 419 Editor of project 19113, revision of ISO 19113:2002
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from the NB of Germany of Dr. Gerhard Joos as editor of project 19113, revision of ISO 19113:2002, Geographic information – Quality principles.
   
Resolution 418 ISO/TC 211 Internal procedures
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to update the internal procedures according to the comments received, and to circulate the updated procedures by 2008-09-01 to the committee for approval.
   
Resolution 417 Ad hoc group to review land cover classification

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the ad hoc group to review land cover classification and its convenor Mr. Martin Ford for their study and workshop reported in document N 2431, and the valuable contribution these made towards the revision of project 19144-2.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to close the ad hoc group as their work is completed.

   
Resolution 416 Revision of ISO 19101:2002 Geographic information – Reference model and ISO 19108:2002 Geographic information – Temporal schema

Noting the results of the systematic reviews (documents N 2386 and N 2387) of ISO 19101:2002 and ISO 19108:2002, ISO/TC 211 recognizes that revisions should be initiated.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out calls, inviting the member bodies to submit new work item proposals to start the revision of the standards.

   
Resolution 415 Registration of ISO 19110:2005, Geographic information – Methodology for feature cataloguing, Draft Amendment 1 for Enquiry

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that there are unresolved issues in N 2411, Text for final ISO 19110:2005/FDAM 1, Geographic information - Methodology for feature cataloguing, Amendment 1.

Noting that the systematic review process is upcoming, ISO/TC 211 nevertheless recognizes the urgent need for an XML-schema for feature catalogues, and hence instructs the editor to review the comments and implement them as appropriate.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the amended document to ISO Central Secretariat for Enquiry.

   
Resolution 414 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.20): ISO 19152 Geographic information – Land Administration Domain Model (LADM)
The Project Leader for the project is Mr. Christiaan Lemmen.

The project is assigned to WG 7.

New project (Stage 20.20): 19125-1 Geographic information – Simple feature access – Part 1: Common architecture
The Project Leader for the project is Dr. John R. Herring.

The project is assigned to WG 4.

New project (Stage 20.20): 19125-2 Geographic information – Simple feature access – Part 2: SQL Option
The Project Leader for the project is Dr. John R. Herring.

The project is assigned to WG 4.

New project (Stage 20.20): 19153 Geospatial Digital Rights Management Reference Model (GeoDRM RM)
The Project Leader for the project is Dr.John R. Herring.

The project is assigned to WG 9.

New project (Stage 30.00): 19130 Geographic information – Imagery sensor models for geopositioning
The Project Leader for the project is Dr. Liping Di.

The project is assigned to WG 6.

New project (Stage 30.00): 19131:2007 Geographic information – Data product specification, Amendment 1
The Project Leader for the project is Dr. Charles Roswell.

The project is assigned to WG 9.

   
Resolution 413 Disbandment of liaison
Noting the message from ISO/TC 223, Societal Security (document N 2476), ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the liaison.
   
Resolution 412 Establishment of liaison with ISO/TC 241

Following the request from the secretariat to ISO/TC 241, Project Committee: Road-Traffic Safety Management System, and the positive response from ISO/TC 241, ISO/TC 211 approves the establishment of a liaison between the committees.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and approves the nomination of Dr. Paul Scarponcini to serve as liaison representative to ISO/TC 241.

   
Resolution 411 Establishment of liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 36
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and approves the enquiry from ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 36, Information technology for learning, education and training, to establish a liaison between the committees.
   
Resolution 410 Approval of liaison request from EuroGeographics

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the request for category A liaison status from EuroGeographics, and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.

 

 

25th Plenary meeting in Xi'an 2007-11-01 - 2007-11-02 (N2348)

Resolution 409 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

26th plenary      2008-05-29/30           Copenhagen, Denmark 
27th plenary      2008-12-04/05           Tsukuba, Japan
28th plenary      2009-05/06               
                                                     
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided for the three days prior to each plenary. Provisions for a workshop for the local geographic information community may be provided before or during the meeting week.

   
Resolution 408 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no WD CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
6709 2005-02 2006-09 2008-03 2008-09 
19101-2 2004-06 PDTS 2006-01 DTS 2007-01 (review 2007-09) TS 2008-01
19103 Rev. 2008-07 2009-04 2010-04 2010-10
19104 DTS 2006-09-14 DTS 2007-06 TS 2008-03
19110 Amd. 1 2006-08 PDAM 2007-04 2007-12 2008-04 2008-10
19111-2 2006-09 2007-06 2008-06 2009-06 2009-12
19113 Rev. 2008-07 2009-04 2010-04 2010-10 
19115-2 2004-09 2005-11 2007-11 2008-11 2009-05
19117 Rev. 2007-02 2008-06 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19118 Rev. 2007-06 2008-06 2009-06 2009-12
19119 Amd. 1 2005-04 2006-05 2008-01
19126 2006-08 2007-11 2008-11 2009-05
19129 2005-07 2007-01 2008-01 2008-07
19141 2005-05 2007-01 2008-01 
19142 2005-05 2006-12 2008-05 2009-05 2009-11
19143 2005-05 2007-01 2008-05 2009-05 2009-11
19144-1 2005-11 2007-01 2007-11 2008-11 2009-04 
19144-2 2005-11 2007-01 CD 2: 2008-07 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19145 2006-01 Stage 00.60
19146 2006-08 2007-11 2008-06 2009-06 2009-12
19147 Stage 00.60
19148 2007-07 2008-07 2009-04 2010-04 2010-10
19149 2008-06 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19150 Stage 00.60
19151 2009-02 2010-02 2011-02 2011-09

   
Resolution 407 Update of internal procedures
ISO/TC 211 instructs the Secretariat to send out a call for comments on the different internal procedures, with a deadline for responses of 2008-02-29.
   
Resolution 406 Systematic review of ISO 19116:2004

Taking into consideration the results of the systematic review of ISO 19116:2004 (N 2324), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this standard.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.

   
Resolution 405 Systematic review of ISO 19106:2004

Taking into consideration the results of the systematic review of ISO 19106:2004 (N 2323), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this standard.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.

   
Resolution 404 Representation in the Study Group on Sensor Networks
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the nomination from the NB of Australia of Mr. Christopher Body to serve as representative from ISO/TC 211 to the Study Group on Sensor Networks, established by ISO/IEC JTC 1.
   
Resolution 403 Disbandment of liaisons

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the following liaisons, as there is no need for direct interaction:

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 2 Coded character sets
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35 User interface
ISO/TC 23/SC 19 Agricultural electronics
ISO/TC 130 Graphic Technology
ISO/TC 82 Mining

   
Resolution 402 Liaison representation to European Space Agency (ESA)

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nominations from the USA and Belgium, and appoints the following liaison representatives to the European Space Agency (ESA):

Ms. Myra Bambacus, USA
Mr. Vincent Dessard, Belgium
Dr. Phil Yang, USA

   
Resolution 401 INSPIRE – Draft Implementing Rules for Metadata

ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the offers from the United Kingdom, Denmark and Norway for Dr. Robert Walker, Mr. Jan Hjelmager and Mr. Per Ryghaug, to coordinate ISO/TC 211's response to the INSPIRE Draft Implementing Rules for Metadata.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes comments on document N 2344 from the members. Comments shall be submitted to the secretariat no later than 2007-12-07.

ISO/TC 211 invites its members to inform the ISO/TC 211 secretariat of similar documents from other initiatives.

   
Resolution 400 Control body for the ISO geodetic registry network

ISO/TC 211 instructs the Chairman to establish the control body for the ISO geodetic registry network;

  • the Chairman shall approach IAG for their nomination of a chair.
  • the Secretariat shall send out a call for membership of the control body by 2007-12-31, with a deadline of 2008-01-31 for nominations.

ISO/TC 211 resolves that the control body shall consist of geodetic experts nominated from P-members. Each P-member can only nominate one person. The control body may invite geodetic experts from liaison members to join the control body.

The control body shall draft their terms of reference in cooperation with the secretariat by 2008-04-30 for ratification by ISO/TC 211 at the Copenhagen Plenary.

   
Resolution 399 Chair of the Programme Maintenance Group (PMG)
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call to the P-members for chair of the Programme Maintenance Group (PMG), to be submitted to the Secretariat no later than 2008-01-01.
   
Resolution 398 Disbandment of the AG on strategy planning team
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Advisory group on strategy - Planning Team for its work. ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the group as the Programme Maintenance Group has replaced it.
   
Resolution 397 Ad hoc group on outreach funding

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Ad hoc group on outreach funding and its convenor, Mr. Iain Greenway for the work done by the group and the report presented in N 2306. ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the group.

ISO/TC 211 further resolves to

  • update and extend the fact sheets for all standards and work items,
  • make available a range of structured presentations for all standards,
  • call for best practice examples,
  • revise the web site accordingly to support a larger audience and the user communities,
  • under the leadership of the secretariat, and report on the progress at the next plenary, and subsequent meetings.

ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer from the Netherlands to undertake a survey about distance learning modules on standards for geographic information.

ISO/TC 211 requests the Advisory Group on strategy to address the remaining recommendations in the report.

   
Resolution 396 Registration of ISO/CD 19144-1 Geographic information – Classification Systems – Part 1: Classification system structure as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor and chair of the Editing Committee, to amend ISO/CD 19144-1 (N 2285) according to the comments received, and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 395 Registration of ISO/CD 19126 Geographic information – Feature concept dictionaries and registers as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend ISO/CD 19126 (N 2283) according to the editorial comments received, and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 394 Publication of ISO/DTS 19101-2 Geographic information – Reference model – Part 2: Imagery as Technical Specification
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward ISO/DTS 19101-2 (N 2281) to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as a Technical Specification.
   
Resolution 393 Adjustment of target dates for project 19144-2

Due to substantial comments received, and in expectation of the results of the work of the Ad hoc group to review land cover classification, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to contact the ISO Central Secretariat to extend the development track of project 19144-2 to include the following target dates:

DIS:   2008-12
FDIS:  2009-12
IS:     2010-06

   
Resolution 392 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.00): ISO 19151 Dynamic Position Identification Scheme for Ubiquitous Space (u-Position)
The Project Leader for the project 19151 is Dr. HaeKyong Kang, Korea.

The project is assigned to WG 10.

New project (Stage 20.20): Revision of ISO 19113 Geographic information – Quality Principles
The Project Leader for project 19113 is Mr. Erik Stenborg, Sweden.

The project is assigned to WG 9.

New project (Stage 20.20): ISO 19148 Geographic information — Location-Based Services – Linear Referencing
The Project Leader for project 19148 is Mr. Trond Harald Hovland, Norway and editor is Dr. Paul Scarponcini, USA.

The project is assigned to WG 10.

New project (Stage 20.20): Revision of ISO/TS 19103 Geographic information — Conceptual Schema Language
The Project Leader for project 19103 is Mr. Geir Myrind, Norway.

The project is assigned to WG 9.

   
Resolution 391 New project on ubiquitous public access
ISO/TC 211 invites the NB of Korea to draft a new work item proposal for a stage 0 project to clarify the standardization requirements in the field of ubiquitous public access.
   
Resolution 390 Establishment of Working Group 10

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish Working Group 10:Ubiquitous public access

Work items 19147, 19148 and 19151 are assigned to this WG.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for nomination of convenor immediately with a closing date of 2008-01-01.

   
Resolution 389 Ad hoc group for ubiquitous geographic information (UBGI)

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Ad hoc group for UBGI and its convenor, Professor Sang-Ki Hong, for their study of the subject and the final report in N 2298. ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the group.

 

 

24th Plenary meeting in Rome 2007-05-31 - 2007-06-01 (N2246)

Resolution 388 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
25th plenary 2007-11-01/02 Xi'ian, China
26th plenary 2008-05-29/30 Copenhagen, Denmark
27th plenary 2008-10/11 Japan (to be confirmed)
28th plenary 2009-05/06
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided for up to five days prior to the plenaries. Provisions for a workshop for the local geographic information community may be provided before or during the meeting week.
   
Resolution 387 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
6709 2005-02 2006-09 2007-06 2007-12
19101-2 2004-06 PDTS 2006-01 DTS 2007-01 (review 2007-09) TS 2007-12
19104 DTS 2006-09 DTS 2007-06 TS 2008-03 
19110 Amd. 1 2006-08 PDAM 2007-04 2007-12 2008-06
19111 rev. 2004-08 2005-10 2007-03 2007-06 
19111-2 2006-09 2007-06 2008-06 2009-06 2009-12
19115-2 2004-09 2005-11 2007-06 2008-06 2008-12
19117 rev. 2007-02 2008-06 2008-12 2009-12 2010-06
19118 rev. 2007-06 2007-12 2008-12 2009-06
19119 Amd. 1 2005-04 2006-05 2007-06
19126 2006-08 2007-09 2009-03 2009-03
19129 2005-07 2007-01 2008-01 2008-07
19132 2003-12 2005-05 2006-02 2007-05
19136 2003-04 2004-02 2005-11 2007-04
19139 2003-11 PDTS 2004-06 Review 2005-10 2007-03
19141 2005-05 2007-01 2008-01 2008-07
19142 2005-05 2006-12 2008-05 2009-05 2009-11
19143 2005-05 2007-01 2008-05 2009-05 2009-11
19144-1 2005-11 2007-01 2007-11 2008-11 2009-04
19144-2 2005-11 2007-01 2008-06 2009-06 2009-12
19145 2006-01 Stage 00.60
19146 2006-08 2007-10 2008-06 2009-06 2009-12
19147 Stage 00.60
19148 Stage 00.60
19149 2008-05 2008-11 2009-11 2010-05
19150 Stage 00.60
   
Resolution 386 Liaison representation to EuroSDR
ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the nomination from the NB of Germany and appoints Professor Wolfgang Kresse to serve as liaison representative to EuroSDR.
   
Resolution 385 Requests to the Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC)

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the recommendations from the Joint Advisory Group and requests the Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC) to submit to ISO/TC 211 new work items for revision of the following standards:

Revision of ISO 19125-2:2004
Revision of ISO 19128:2005
ISO/TC 211 also requests OGC to submit the following OGC specifications to ISO/TC 211 as New Work Item proposals:

Web Coverage Service
GeoDRM Reference Model.

   
Resolution 384 Nomination of additional members to the ISO/TC 211 - OGC Joint Advisory Group (JAG)
ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the offers of the NB of Canada for Dr. Mohamed Habbane to be additional member from ISO/TC 211 to the JAG (refer document N 1531).
   
Resolution 383 Ad hoc group to review land cover classification

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group to conduct a review of the compatibility of various national, regional and global land cover classification methods. The ad hoc group shall report to the TC by 2008-04-01.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for participation immediately after the plenary.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the offer of the NB of Italy for Mr. Martin Ford to convene the group .

   
Resolution 382 Maintaining compatibility between editions and versions of a standard

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the need to maintain compatibility between editions and versions of a standard.

ISO/TC 211 requests the Programme Maintenance Group (PMG) to clarify ISO's requirements in this regard, and develop guidelines for ISO/TC 211 to ensure compatibility between editions and versions of a standard, in accordance with the ISO/IEC Directives.

The PMG shall report to the next plenary on this issue.

   
Resolution 381 Delegation to the ISO/TC 207 meeting in Beijing, 2007-06-27/29
ISO/TC 211 nominates Mr. John S. Latham and Mr. C. Douglas O'Brien to participate at the ISO/TC 207 meeting in Beijing, 2007-06-27/29.
   
Resolution 380 Delegation to the CEN/TC 287 meeting in Milan, 2007-06-06/07
ISO/TC 211 nominates Mr. Olaf Østensen, Mr. Chris Body and Ms. Bjørnhild Sæterøy to participate at the CEN/TC 287 meeting in Milan, 2007-06-06/07.
   
Resolution 379 Contributing to UN FCCC

Recognizing the importance of standards for environmental variables for reporting for the UN FCCC, ISO/TC 211 instructs the ISO/TC 211 Chair to submit a proposal to the ISO TMB on ISOs role and possible structures for facilitating UN FCCC's work.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the offer of Mr. John S. Latham, Mr. Antony K. Cooper and Mr. C. Douglas O'Brien to assist the Chair .

   
Resolution 378 Ad hoc group on outreach funding

ISO/TC 211 notes that a critical requirement for user communities is easily-accessible material to support the use of the ISO/TC 211 standards, including good practice implementation examples. To this end, ISO/TC 211 requests the Advisory Group on Outreach to collate such existing materials, and make them available through the ISO/TC 211 web site.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group on outreach funding to bring forward to the TC a prioritized, costed plan for outreach, including the identification of possible funders for the specific parts of the plan and a strategy to implement the plan.

The plan should be submitted to the TC before the next plenary.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer of the NB of United Kingdom nominating Mr. Iain Greenway to convene the ad hoc group. ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination of the NB of the Netherlands to be a part of the ad hoc group, and invites the convenor of the ad hoc group in conjunction with the chairman to appoint any further members required .

   
Resolution 377 Focus group on data producer use of geographic information standards (FGDP)

ISO/TC 211 reaffirms that data producers are a key user community for its standards. ISO/TC 211 recognizes the work done by the FGDP in gaining understanding of the community’s needs and providing it with more information. ISO/TC 211 accepts the advice of the FGDP to disband the group.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation on the work done by the FGDP and its convenor, Mr. Iain Greenway.

   
Resolution 376 Ad hoc group on Registry Establishment and Management
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Ad hoc group on Registry Establishment and Management and its convenor, Professor Hiroshi Imai, for their study of the subject and the report in document N 2110.
   
Resolution 375 Ad hoc group for Catalogue Services

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Ad hoc group for Catalogue Services and its convenor, Mr. Morten Borrebæk, for their study of the subject and the report in document N 2165.

ISO/TC 211 notices the content of the report, but sees no requirement for further action at this time.

   
Resolution 374 Ad hoc group for ubiquitous geographic information (UBGI)

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the Ad hoc group for UBGI and its convenor, Professor Sang-Ki Hong, for their study of the subject and the report in document N 2242.

ISO/TC 211 decides to continue the ad hoc group until the next plenary, and instructs the secretary to send out a call for comments on document N 2242. Comments shall be submitted no later than 2007-08-15. The ad hoc group shall consider the comments and revise the report, as necessary. The revised report shall be submitted to the secretariat no later than 2007-09-21.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the NB of Korea to support Professor Hong's continuation as convenor of the ad hoc group.

   
Resolution 373 Registration of ISO/CD 19115-2 Geographic information – Metadata - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to finalize the editing of ISO/CD 19115-2, and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 372 Adjustment of target dates for projects 19142 and 19143
Due to the amount of substantial comments and resource problems on the two work items, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to contact the ISO Central Secretariat to extend the development track of the projects, to include the following target dates
DIS: 2008-05
FDIS: 2009-05
IS: 2009-11
   
Resolution 371 Appointment of editors
ISO/TC 211 confirms the appointment of the following editors:
 
Project 19147 – Dr. Jinsoo You, Korea
 
Project 19148 – Dr. Paul Scarponcini, USA
   
Resolution 370 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 20.99): ISO 19111-2 Geographic information – Spatial referencing by coordinates – Part 2: Extension for parametric values
The Project Leader for the revision of the NP 19111-2 is Mr. A. Paul R. Cooper, OGC

The projects are assigned to WG 9.

New project (Stage 20.99): ISO/TS 19104 Geographic information – Terminology
The Project Leader for ISO/TS 19104 is Ms. Bjørnhild Sæterøy, ISO/TC 211 Secretarait

The project is not assigned to any WG, but will work closely with Terminology Maintenance Group.

New project  (Stage 10.99): ISO 19149 Geographic information – Rights expression language for geographic information – GeoREL
The Project Leader for ISO 19149 is Dr. John R. Herring, USA.

The project is assigned to WG 4.

New project  (Stage 00.60): ISO 19150 Geographic information – Ontology
The Project Leader for ISO 19150 is Dr. Jean Brodeur, Canada.

The project is assigned to WG 7.

New project  (Stage 20.00): Revision of ISO 19117 Geographic information – Portrayal
The Project Leader for ISO 19117 is Mr. Daniel Gleason, DGIWG and editor is Mr. Ian Greasley, DGIWG..

The project is assigned to WG 4.

   
Resolution 369 Structure of the TC

Recognizing that ISO/TC 211 is being requested to develop standards in new fields within geographic information, ISO/TC 211 requests the Advisory Group on Strategy to submit a discussion paper on the structure of the TC. The paper should be submitted to the TC no later than 2007-10-01.

 

 

23rd Plenary meeting in Riyadh 2006-11-14 - 2006-11-15 (N2116)

Resolution 368 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
24th plenary 2007-05-31/06-01 Rome, Italy; offer from FAO of the United Nations in cooperation with UNINFO
25th plenary 2007-10- (end) Xi'ian, China, offer from SAC
26th plenary 2008-05
27th plenary 2008-10/11
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team and other meetings will be provided for up to five days prior to the plenaries. Provisions for a workshop for the local geographic information community may be provided before or during the meeting week.
   
Resolution 367 Terminology workshop

ISO/TC 211 accepts the invitation of the NB of Italy to host a terminology workshop at its next plenary. ISO/TC 211 invites CEN/TC 287 to organize this as a joint workshop, and invites INSPIRE to participate.

ISO/TC 211 Secretariat will contact the ISO Central Secretariat and invite them to attend the workshop to explain the ISO Copyright policy.

   
Resolution 366 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD DIS FDIS IS/TS
6709 2005-02 2006-09 2007-06 2007-12
19101-2 2004-06 PDTS 2006-01 2007-01 2007-09
19110 Amd. 1 2006-08 2007-02 2008-02 2008-08
19111 rev. 2004-08 2005-10 2006-11 2007-03
19115-2 2004-09 2005-11 2006-12 2007-12 2008-05
19118 rev. 2007-06 2007-12 2008-12 2009-06
19119 Amd. 1 2005-04 2006-05 2006-11
19126 2006-08 2007-06 2008-06 2008-12
19129 2005-07 2007-01 2008-01 2008-07
19131 2002-09 2003-02 2005-05 2006-11 2007-03
19132 2003-12 2005-05 2006-02 2007-05
19134 2003-07 2004-04 2005-08 2006-11
19136 2003-04 2004-02 2005-11 (2006-10) 2007-04
19137 2003-06 2004-01 2004-12 2007-03
19138 2004-07 PDTS 2004-11 Review 2005-12 2006-11
19139 2003-11 PDTS 2004-06 Review 2005-10 2007-03
19141 2005-05 2007-02 2008-02 2008-07
19142 2005-05 2006-11 2007-06 2008-06 2008-12
19143 2005-05 2006-11 2007-06 2008-06 2008-12
19144-1 2005-11 2007-01 2007-07 2008-07 2009-01
19144-2 2005-11 2007-01 2007-07 2008-07 2009-01
19145 2006-01 Stage 00.60
19146 2006-08 2007-08 2008-02 2009-02 2009-08
19147 Stage 00.60
19148 Stage 00.60
   
Resolution 365 Liaison representation to ISO/TC 204

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Professor Tschangho Kim, who has informed the committee that he resigns from his role as liaison representative to ISO/TC 204.

ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from the NB of Korea and appoints Dr. Jinsoo You to serve as liaison representative to ISO/TC 204.

   
Resolution 364 Project leader for projects 19142 and 19143

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. Jérôme Sonnet, who has resigned from his role as Project Leader for projects 19142 and 19143.

ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from OGC and appoints Mr. Alain Hubert as new Project Leader for the two projects.

   
Resolution 363 Liaison with ISO/TC 207 Environmental management

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the UNFCC has invited sponsoring agencies of the Global Climate Observing System, and in particular those of the Global Terrestrial Observing System, in consultation with other international or intergovernmental agencies, to develop a framework for the preparation of guidance materials, standards and reporting guidelines for terrestrial observing systems for climate, and associated data and products.

ISO/TC 211 project 19144, and particularly part 2, is developing a new international standard on thematic classification related to land cover classification.

Therefore, ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish Liaison with ISO/TC 207.

ISO/TC 211 nominates Mr. John S. Latham to serve as liaison representative to ISO/TC 207.

   
Resolution 362 Review Summary from project Amendment to ISO 19113:2002 Geographic information - Quality principles and ISO 19115:2003 Geographic information – Metadata
ISO/TC 211 acknowledges the Review Summary from the stage 00.60 project on Geographic information - Amendment to ISO 19113:2002 Geographic information - Quality principles and ISO 19115:2003 Geographic information – Metadata, and submits the summary to the PMG for further action.
   
Resolution 361 Programme Maintenance Group (PMG)

Referring to the proposed terms of reference for the PMG (document N 2035), ISO/TC 211 instructs the Secretariat to send out a call for additional members to the group immediately after the plenary, the target date is 2006-12-31. These members will be in addition to the members mentioned in N 2035.

The PMG shall revise the terms of reference according to comments (N 2073) and to the items in Resolution 360.

The Chairman will act as convenor until the 25th plenary.

   
Resolution 360 Amendment to the review process of new work item proposals

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the application of Resolution 155, i.e. the requirement for a 30 day review of all new Work Item Proposals, produces useful comments.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to amend the task of the PMG as following to

  • review all NWIPs submitted;
  • resolve all comments received on them from the 30 day review; and
  • make recommendations to the NWIP proposer and the Secretariat on the revision of the NWIP before submission for NB ballot.

ISO/TC 211 further resolves that NWIPs shall be submitted for NB ballot with at least an extensive outline of the proposed standard, preferably a draft. Otherwise, if accepted, the project will be adopted at Stage 00.60.

   
Resolution 359 Ad hoc group for UBGI

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group for ubiquitous geographic information (UBGI).

The group shall work until the next plenary in Rome with the following tasks:

  • produce a report on UBGI in general and standards requirements for UBGI at the latest 30 days before the next plenary; and
  • cooperate with the proposers of the draft new work item on u-Position (N 2067) to incorporate comments given in the review process of that draft.
  • ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer from the NB of Korea that Professor Sang-Ki Hong chair the group.

National bodies and liaisons are invited to nominate experts to the group.

   
Resolution 358 Catalogue services

ISO/TC notes the experiences from the JRC project on interoperability of catalogue services.
ISO/TC 211 further notes the different motions within OGC concerning catalogue services, especially the proposal concerning the choice of ebXML RIM (N 2117).

ISO/TC 211 resolves to create an ad hoc group to study the applicability of ebXML RIM, and to advise the committee in this matter.

The ad hoc group shall submit its report by 2007-02-01.

Mr. Morten Borrebæk will chair the ad hoc group. Members are invited to nominate experts to the group.

OGC will be immediately notified about the study, and is especially invited to participate .

   
Resolution 357 Registry for geodetic codes and parameters

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group to evaluate the two offers for hosting a register for geodetic codes and parameters.

The ad hoc group shall produce a list of criteria to be used for the evaluation of the two offers.

Based on the result of the evaluation, the ad hoc group shall recommend to ISO/TC 211 which offer to accept, or otherwise recommend the way forward. The ad hoc group will submit its recommendation at the latest 30 days before the next plenary.

The Chairman of ISO/TC 211 will chair the group and members are invited to nominate experts. (Experts affiliated with the two offers should not be nominated.)

   
Resolution 356 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project (Stage 30.60): Revision of ISO 19118:2005 Geographic information – Encoding
Project Leader for the revision of ISO 19118 is Mr. Claude Eisenhut (Switzerland).

The projects are assigned to WG 4.

New project (Stage 20.20): ISO 19146 Geographic information – Cross-domain vocabularies
Project Leader for ISO 19146 Mr. Andrew Jones (Australia).

The project is assigned to WG 9.

New project  (Stage 30.60): ISO 19126 Geographic information – Feature concept dictionaries and registers
Project Leader for ISO 19126 is Dr. Charles Roswell (DGIWG).

The draft attached to the NWI proposal (N 2052) has been approved as a CD, and the nominated experts (editing committee) will be consulted by the Project Leader to consider the comments, if necessary by calling an editing committee meeting.

The project is assigned to WG 7.

New project  (Stage 30.60): ISO 19110/Amd. 1 Geographic information – Methodology for feature cataloguing, Amendment 1
The Project Leader for ISO 19110/Amd. 1 is Mr. David Danko (DGIWG), and the Editor is Mr. Nicolas Lesage (DGIWG).

The draft attached to the NWI proposal (N 2053) has been approved as a Draft Amendment (CD), and the nominated experts will be consulted by the Project Leader to consider the comments before it is sent out for review.

The project is assigned to WG 7.

New project  (stage 00.60): ISO 19147 Geographic information – Location Based Services – Transfer Nodes
The Project Leader for ISO 19147 is Mr. Trond Harald Hovland (Norway).

Since there was no draft or outline attached to the proposal, ISO/TC 211 resolves that the project should be registered as a preliminary work item at stage 00.60.

The project is currently assigned directly under the TC.

New project  (stage 00.60): ISO 19148 Geographic information – Location Based Services –Linear Referencing System
The Project Leader for ISO 19148 is Mr. Trond Harald Hovland (Norway).

Since there was no draft or outline attached to the proposal, ISO/TC 211 resolves that the project should be registered as a preliminary work item at stage 00.60.

The project is currently assigned directly under the TC.

   
Resolution 355 Reappointment of the ISO/TC 211 Chairman

ISO/TC 211 endorses the Secretariat's nomination of Mr. Olaf Østensen as the Chairman of ISO/TC 211 for a further period of three years, and instructs the Secretariat to inform the ISO Technical Management Board about this decision.

 

 

22nd Plenary meeting in Orlando 2006-05-25 - 2006-05-26 (N2024)

Resolution 354 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
23rd plenary 2006-11-14/15 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
24th plenary 2007-05-31/06-01* Rome, Italy; offer from FAO of the United Nations in cooperation with UNINFO
25th plenary 2007-11
26th plenary 2008-05
27th plenary 2008-11
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team meetings and a workshop will be provided prior to the plenaries.
   
Resolution 353 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD 2. CD DIS FDIS IS
6709 2005-02 2006-06 2007-06 2007-12 2006-07
19101-2 2004-06 PDTS 2006-01 2007-01 2007-09 2007-09
19104 96-09 To be reballoted  
19111 rev. 2004-08 2005-10 (2006-10) 2007-04 2007-11
19115-2 2004-09 2005-11 2006-10 2007-10 2008-03 2007-03
19119 Amd. 1 2005-04 2006-05 2006-11
19126 Deleted
19129 2005-07 2007-01 2008-01 2008-07 2008-07
19130 Deleted  
19131 2002-09 2003-02 2005-05 2006-07 2007-01 2006-08
19132 2003-12 2005-05 2006-02 2006-11 2007-05 2007-03
19134 2003-07 2004-04 2005-08 (2006-08) 2006-11 2006-06
19135 2002-07 2003-06 2004-07 2005-10
19136 2003-04 2004-02 2005-11 (2006-10) 2007-04 2005-05
19137 2003-06 2004-01 2004-12 2006-09 2005-05
19138 2004-07 PDTS 2004-11 Review 2005-12 2006-09 2005-10
19139 2003-11 PDTS 2004-06 Review 2005-10 2006-09 2005-10
19141 2005-05 2006-07 2007-07 2008-01 2007-10
19142 2005-05 2006-10 2007-08 2008-08 2009-02 2008-05
19143 2005-05 2006-10 2007-08 2008-08 2009-02 2008-05
19144-1 2005-11 2007-03 2007-09 2008-09 2009-03 2009-03
19144-2 2005-11 2007-03 2007-09 2008-09 2009-03 2009-03
19145 2006-01 Stage 00.60
19113/19115 amd Stage 00.60
   
Resolution 352 Appreciation of liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the following representatives, who have informed the committee that they resign from their role as liaison representatives, for their service:

Mr. Fred Broome, serving as representative to Pan American Institute for Geography and History

Mr. Norman C. Andersen , serving as representative to the ISO Steering Committee for Image Technology

   
Resolution 351 Reappointment of co-chairs of the Advisory Group on Outreach
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the willingness of the co-chairs of the Advisory Group on Outreach, Professor Hans Knoop and Mr. Henry Tom to continue as co-chairs for the group, and appoints them for a further two year term.
   
Resolution 350 Reballoting of ISO/TS 19104 Geographic information - Terminology

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend the current draft of project 19104 to include an annex containing the terms and definitions in the glossary provided by the TMG, and send it out for ballot as a Technical Specification immediately.

ISO/TC 211 further instructs the secretariat to draft a new work item proposal in cooperation with the TMG, to review 19104 for upgrade to an International Standard. The Standard shall be accompanied by an online terminology register in compliance with the Standard.

   
Resolution 349 Revision of ISO/TS 19103 Geographic information – Conceptual schema language
ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer of Norway to draft a new work item proposal for revision of ISO/TS 19103, to upgrade it to an International Standard.
   
Resolution 348 Ad hoc group on registry establishment and management

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an ad hoc group on registry establishment and management, to report to ISO/TC 211 at the next plenary.

ISO/TC 211 appoints the WG 9 convenor, professor Hiroshi Imai, to convene the ad hoc group.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the convenor, to send out a document describing the task of the group and inviting member bodies to nominate representatives.

   
Resolution 347 Ontology
ISO/TC 211 invites Dr. Jean Brodeur of the NB of Canada to cooperate with the secretariat to draft a new work item proposal for a stage 00.60 project investigating how ontology and semantic web approaches can benefit ISO/TC 211 objectives.
   
Resolution 346 Suspending WG 8 Location based services
ISO/TC 211 resolves to suspend WG 8 pending the assignment of new work items.
   
Resolution 345 Resignation of WG 8 convenor
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to the WG 8 convenor, Mr. Martin Ford, for the excellent work he has done with the working group. ISO/TC 211 also thanks Mr. Ford for serving as convenor while the remaining work items in the working group were finalized.
   
Resolution 344 Establishment of a Programme Maintenance Group (PMG)

ISO/TC 211 acknowledges the need to establish a permanent structure to address programme maintenance requirements. ISO/TC 211 therefore resolves to establish a Programme Maintenance Group.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to draft proposed terms of reference for the group.

The proposal shall be distributed to the members for review before the next plenary.

   
Resolution 343 Registration of ISO/CD 19141 Geographic information - Schema for moving features as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to finalize the editing of ISO/CD 19141, and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 342 Registration of ISO/DTS 19138 Geographic information - Data quality measures as TS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to finalize the editing of ISO/DTS 19138, and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as a Technical Specification.
   
Resolution 341 Registration of ISO/DTS Geographic information - Metadata - XML schema implementation as TS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to finalize the editing of ISO/DTS 19139, and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as a Technical Specification.
   
Resolution 340 Registration of ISO/CD 6709 Standard representation of geographic point location by coordinates as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to finalize the editing of ISO/CD 6709, and to forward the revised document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 339 Registration of new projects

ISO/TC 211 confirms that the following projects have been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and shall be added to the programme of work:

New project ISO 19144-1 Geographic information - Classification Systems – Part 1: Classification system structure
New project ISO 19144-2 Geographic information - Classification Systems – Part 2: Land Cover Classification System (LCCS)
Project leader for ISO 19144-1 and 19144-2 is Dr. John Stephenson Latham and editor is Dr. Antonio Di Grigorio.

The projects are assigned to WG 7.

New project (stage 00.60) ISO 19145 Geographic information - Registry of representations of geographic point location
Project leader for ISO 19145 is Dr. Jean Brodeur

The project is assigned to WG 9.

   
Resolution 338 Approval of liaison request from the European Space Agency (ESA)

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the request for category A liaison status from European Space Agency (ESA), and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.

 

 

21st Plenary meeting in Montreal 2005-09-15 - 2005-09-16 (N1908)

Resolution 337 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
22nd plenary 2006-05-25/26 Orlando, USA
23rd plenary 2006-11-14/15 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
24th plenary 2007-05-24/25* Rome, Italy; offer from FAO on the United Nations in cooperation with UNINFO
25th plenary 
 
* to be confirmed
 
Facilities for WG meetings, editing committees, project team meetings and a workshop will be provided prior to the plenaries.
   
Resolution 336 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD 2. CD DIS FDIS IS
6709 2005-02 2006-01 2007-01 2007-07
19101-2 2004-06 PDTS 2005-11 2006-05
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11/2001-04 2002-10 2005-10
19111 rev. 2004-08 2005-10 2006-10 2007-04
19114 Cor. 1 2005-10
19115-2 2004-09 2005-10 2006-04 2007-04 2007-10
19119 Amd. 1 2005-04 2005-10 2006-06
19126 2002-09 2004-01 Deleted
19128 2002-09 2004-02 2005-10
19129 2001-10 2002-04 Deleted - reballot on 
19130 2001-09 2004-01 2005-02 2005-12 2006-12 2007-05
19131 2002-09 2003-02 2005-05 2006-05 2006-11
19132 2003-12 2005-05 2005-11 2006-11 2007-05
19134 2003-07 2004-04 2005-08 2006-08 2007-02
19135 2002-07 2003-06 2004-07 2005-10
19136 2003-04 2004-02 2005-10 2006-10 2007-04
19137 2003-06 2004-01 2004-12 2005-12
19138 2004-07 PDTS 2004-11 Review 2005-10 TS 2006-02
19139 2003-11 PDTS 2004-06 Review 2005-10 TS 2006-02
19140 Amendments
19141 2005-05 2006-01 2007-01 2007-07
19142 2005-12 2006-10 2007-10 2008-04
19143 2005-12 2006-10 2007-10 2008-04
19113/19115 amd Stage 0
   
Resolution 335 Members to the ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 – ISO/TC 211 task force

ISO/TC 211 nominates the following persons to serve on the ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 - ISO/TC 211 task force:

Dr. Charles Roswell, co-chair
Mr. Morten Borrebeak, WG 4
Mr. Douglas O'Brien, WG 6
Mr. Antony Cooper, WG 7
Mr. Martin Ford, WG 8
Professor Hiroshi Imai, WG 9
Dr. John Herring, HMMG
Mr. Andrew Jones, TMG

The convenors shall nominate an alternate.

   
Resolution 334 Nomination of liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 nominates the following liaison representatives:

Mr. Antony Cooper to the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UN ECA)
Mr. Robert Kuffel to the Digital Geographic Information Working Group (DGIWG)

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. Norman C. Andersen for his service as a liaison representative to DGIWG.

   
Resolution 333 Letter from ISO TMB regarding establishment of a TMB ad hoc group dealing with the publication of Standards as databases
ISO/TC 211 appreciates this invitation from the ISO TMB, and nominates its chairman to represent the TC in the TMB ad hoc group dealing with the publication of Standards as databases, with the TC secretary as the alternate.
   
Resolution 332 Further work on encoding rules
ISO/TC 211 encourages WG 4 to draft a NWIP to amend ISO 19118:2005. The amendment shall take into account the proposals in N 1833 and the recommendations from the meeting on encoding rules in Montreal September 14 (document N 1909).
   
Resolution 331 Review of ISO 19105:2000

Taking into consideration the result of the review of ISO 19105:2000 (document N 1863), ISO/TC 211 resolves to confirm this standard.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat about its decision.

   
Resolution 330 Approval of new project ISO 19119: 2005 Amendment 1
ISO/TC 211 acknowledges the result of voting on document N 1781, and the work done by the nominated experts to update the document in accordance with the comments received. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the updated document to the ISO Central Secretariat for further processing.
   
Resolution 329 Approval of the ISO/TC 211 Business Plan, version 4
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the co-chair of the Advisory Group on Outreach, Mr. Henry Tom, to revise the draft Business Plan in document N 1861 according to comments in N 1888, submitted by the NB of China, and to forward the document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication.
   
Resolution 328 Approval of liaison request from European Spatial Data Research (EuroSDR)

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the request for category A liaison status from European Spatial Data Research (EuroSDR), and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.

 

 

20th Plenary meeting in Stockholm 2005-06-09 - 2005-06-10 (N1853)

Resolution 327 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
21st plenary 2005-09-15/16 Montreal, Canada (Joint SCC and ICAO)
22nd plenary 2006-05-25/26 Orlando, USA
23rd plenary 2006-11-14/15 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
24th plenary 2007- Rome; offer from FAO on the United Nations
(to be confirmed)
25th plenary 
 
Facilities for editing committees, project team meetings and a workshop will be provided prior to the plenaries.
   
Resolution 326 Establishment of liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 31 Automatic identification and data capture techniques

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to contact ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 31 to establish liaison between the two committees.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from the USA to nominate Mr. Larry Hothem as the liaison representative to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 31.

   
Resolution 325 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD 2. CD 3. CD DIS FDIS IS
6709 2005-02 2005-09 2006-09 2007-03
19101-2 2004-06 PDTS 2005-02 2006-05
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11 2001-04 2002-10 2005-08
19111 2004-08 2005-07 2006-07 2007-01
19115-2 2004-09 2005-10 2006-04 2007-04 2007-10
19123 1999-04 2001-01 2002-02 2004-02 2005-05 2005-10
19126 2002-09 2004-01 Deleted
19127 2001-09 PDTS 2002-07 TS 2005-08
19128 2002-09 2004-02 2005-08
19129 2001-10 2002-04 Deleted
19130 2001-09 2004-01 2005-02 2005-12 2006-12 2007-05
19131 2002-09 2003-02 2005-05 2005-10 2006-04
19132 2003-12 2005-05 2005-10 2006-10 2007-04
19134 2003-07 2004-04 2005-07 2006-07 2007-01
19135 2002-07 2003-06 2004-07 2005-07 2006-01
19136 2003-04 2004-02 2005-07 2006-07 2007-01
19137 2003-06 2004-01 2004-12 2005-12
19138 2004-07 PDTS 2004-11 DTS 2005-08 TS 2006-02
19139 2003-11 PDTS 2004-06 DTS 2005-06 TS 2005-12
19140 Amendments
19141 2005-10 2006-04 2007-04 2007-10
19142 2005-12 2006-10 2007-10 2008-04
19143 2005-12 2006-10 2007-10 2008-04
19113/19115 amd Stage 0
   
Resolution 324 Transfer of liaison

ISO/TC 211 approves the transfer of the liaison with EPSG to the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (OGP).

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.

   
Resolution 323 Cooperation with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24

ISO/TC 211 encourages the establishment of a joint task force with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 Computer graphics, image processing and environmental data representation.

ISO/TC 211 instructs its chairman to contact the chairman of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 on this matter.

   
Resolution 322 Use of RM-ODP in ISO/TC 211
ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer from Mr. Doug O'Brien to lead an open discussion on the use of Reference Model - Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP) and the interrelation of the ISO/TC 211 reference model and framework standards, in conjunction with the 21st plenary meeting in Montreal, Canada, and asks him to submit the meeting notice shortly. This work will be done in conjunction with the Convenor of HMMG, Dr. John R. Herring.
   
Resolution 321 Registration authority for ISO/TS 19127
ISO/TC 211 instructs its chairman to clarify the requirements for the registration authority for ISO/TS 19127, Geographic information - Geodetic codes and parameters, and circulate a document for comments prior to the plenary meeting in Montreal.
   
Resolution 320 Approval of stage 0 project: Amendment to ISO 19113:2002 Geographic information - Quality principles and ISO 19115:2003 Geographic information - Metadata

ISO/TC 211 confirms that

NP Amendment to ISO 19113:2002 Geographic information - Quality principles and ISO 19115:2003 Geographic information - Metadata
Project leader: Mr. Erik Stenborg
has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members as a stage 0 project.

The project has been assigned to WG 9.

   
Resolution 319 Addition of ISO/NP 19143, Geographic information - Filter encoding to the programme of work

ISO/TC 211 confirms that

NP 19143 Geographic information - Filter encoding
Project leader: Mr. Jerome Sonnet
Editor: Mr. Peter Vretanos
has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and added to the programme of work.

The project has been assigned to WG 4.
The work shall be done by a Joint Working Team (JWT), as defined in the JAG Terms of Reference.

   
Resolution 318 Addition of ISO/NP 19142, Geographic information - Web Feature Service to the programme of work

ISO/TC 211 confirms that

NP 19142 Geographic information - Web Feature Service
Project leader: Mr. Jerome Sonnet
Editor: Mr. Peter Vretanos
has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and added to the programme of work. The project has been assigned to WG 4.

The work shall be done by a Joint Working Team (JWT), as defined in the JAG Terms of Reference.

   
Resolution 317 Joint work of ISO/TC 211 and the Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc.
ISO/TC 211 recommends that the Joint Advisory Group (JAG) consider revising the terms of reference (document N 1531) concerning procedures for Joint Working Teams (JWT) of ISO/TC 211 and the Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc, taking into consideration the WG 4 report to the 20th plenary in Stockholm.
   
Resolution 316 Addition of ISO/CD 6709, Standard representation of geographic point location by coordinates to the programme of work

ISO/TC 211 confirms that

ISO/CD 6709 Standard representation of geographic point location by coordinates
Project leader: Mr. Kevin Kirby

has been approved by the ISO/TC 211 members and added to the programme of work.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the editing committee to conclude their work for a final CD to be sent to ISO/TC 211 for review before it is forwarded to ISO for DIS.

   
Resolution 315 Registration of ISO/CD 19111, 2nd edition, Geographic information - Spatial referencing by coordinates as DIS

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to resolve the comments in document N 1851.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the revised ISO/CD 19111, 2nd edition (revised document N 1791) to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.

   
Resolution 314 Registration of ISO/CD 19136, Geographic information - Geography Markup Language as DIS

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to revise document N 1784 to resolve editorial comments in document N 1834 and to use ISO 19111 (second edition) as a normative reference instead of OGC Abstract Specification Topic 2.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward ISO/CD 19136 (revised document N 1784) to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.

   
Resolution 313 Meeting on encoding rules

ISO/TC 211 notes the concerns regarding compatibility between encoding rules that were raised at the 20th plenary meeting in Stockholm.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to organize a meeting to discuss encoding rules during the meeting week in Montreal.

The secretariat will submit the meeting notice shortly.

   
Resolution 312 Registration of ISO/CD 19134, Geographic information - Location based services - Multimodal routing and navigation as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward ISO/CD 19134 (document N 1768) to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 311 Establishment of liaison with ISO/TC 69 Applications of statistical methods
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to contact ISO/TC 69 to establish liaison between the two committees.
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and accepts the offer from South Africa to nominate Mr. Antony Cooper as the liaison representative to ISO/TC 69.
   
Resolution 310 Approval of liaison request from the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UN ECA)

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the request for category A liaison status from the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UN ECA), and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.

 

 

19th Plenary meeting in Pallanza 2004-10-07 - 2004-10-08 (N1732)

Resolution 309 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
20th plenary 2005-06-09/10 Stockholm, Sweden
21st plenary 2005-09-15/16 Montreal, Canada (Joint SCC and ICAO)
22nd plenary 2006-05-25/26 Orlando, USA
23rd plenary 2006-11-14/15 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Facilities for editing committees, project team meetings and a workshop will be provided prior to the plenaries.
   
Resolution 308 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD 2. CD 3. CD DIS FDIS IS
6709 2004-07 2004-11 2005-06 2006-06 2006-12
19101-2 2004-06 PDTS 2005-02 2006-02
19103 DTS 2003-10 TS 2004-06
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11 2001-04 2002-10 2004-06
19106 96-09 1999-11 2000-11 2002-07 2004-06
19109 96-09 98-12 2000-05 2000-11 2002-01 2004-06 2004-12
19110 96-09 98-04 1998-11 2001-07 2004-04 2004-10
19115-2 2004-09 2005-03 2005-03 2005-09 2006-09 2007-03
19116 97-09 1999-11 2001-07 2002-10 2004-06
19117 96-09 98-05 1999-06 1999-11 2002-02 2004-06
19118 96-09 99-03 2000-05 2002-09 2004-06
19119 96-09 2000-05 2001-02 2002-01 2004-06
19122 PDTR 2002-09 TR 2004-08
19123 1999-04 2001-01 2002-02 2004-02 2005-02 2005-08
19126 2002-09 2004-01 2004-08 2005-02 2006-02 2006-08
19127 2001-09 PDTS 2002-07 TS 2005-01
19128 2002-09 2004-02 2005-02 2005-08
19129 2001-10 PDTS 2004-10 TS 2005-06
19130 2001-10 2004-01 2004-12 2005-06 2006-06 2006-12
19131 2002-09 2003-02 2004-10 2005-10 2006-04
19132 2003-12 2004-12 2005-06 2006-06 2006-12
19133 2002-12 2003-01 2004-02 2005-02
19134 2003-07 2004-04 2004-12 2005-12 2006-04
19135 2002-07 2003-06 2004-07 2005-06 2005-12
19136 2003-04 2004-02 2005-02 2006-02 2006-08
19137 2003-06 2004-01 2004-10 2005-10 2006-04
19138 2004-07 PDTS 2004-10 TS 2005-08
19139 2003-11 PDTS 2004-06 TS 2005-03
19140 Amendments
19141 2005-10 2006-04 2007-04 2007-10
   
Resolution 307 Cancellation of project 19126
ISO/TC 211 notes the risk of cancellation of project 19126 and asks the project leader to consider the need to reinstate the project via a new work item proposal.
   
Resolution 306 Cancellation of project 19129
ISO/TC 211 notes the cancellation of project 19129 and asks the project leader to reinstate immediately the project via a new work item proposal with the distribution of the draft Technical Specification.
   
Resolution 305 ISO/TC 211 Amendment process

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the work done by the 19140 project team in identifying amendments necessary for the harmonization of the ISO/TC 211 standards.

ISO/TC 211 encourages the project team to publish a report with the results of the enquiries and recommendations as to how to proceed.

ISO/TC 211 encourages the project team to provide new work item proposals for the necessary amendments, and encourages member bodies to provide resources for completing the necessary work.

Where the need is solely to correct errors, technical corrigenda should be proposed.

   
Resolution 304 Cooperative agreement between ISO/TC 211 Geographic information/Geomatics and ISO/TC 204 Intelligent transport systems
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the preparation of the draft cooperative agreement with ISO/TC 204 (document N 1690). ISO/TC 211 approves the draft and instructs the secretariat to inform ISO/TC 204 of the approval.
   
Resolution 303 Cooperative agreement between ISO/TC 211 Geographic information/Geomatics and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (UN/FAO)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the preparation of the draft cooperative agreement by UN/FAO (document N 1678). ISO/TC 211 supports the draft and instructs the secretariat to forward the cooperative agreement for approval by the ISO Council.
   
Resolution 302 Establishment of focus group on data producer use of geographic information standards

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish a focus group to raise the awareness and promote the use of international standards in the area of geographic information by data producers and to collect requirements for development of additional standards in this area.

ISO/TC 211 encourages the group to work in close cooperation with CEN/TC 287, JRC representing INSPIRE, and other appropriate organizations.

ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination of Mr. Iain Greenway by Ireland to chair this group. The secretariat will, in cooperation with the chair, appoint additional members to the group.

   
Resolution 301 Nomination of liaison representatives to ICA
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. Timothy Trainor for his work as liaison representative to the International Cartographic Association (ICA). ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination of Mr. David Danko, by the United States of America, as a new liaison representative to ICA.
   
Resolution 300 Nomination of liaison representatives to DGIWG
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. John Eller for his work as liaison representative to the Digital Geographic Information Working Group (DGIWG). ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination of Dr. Gerhard Joos, by Germany, and Mr. Norman D. Andersen, by the United States of America, as new liaison representatives to DGIWG.
   
Resolution 299 Reference Model - Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP)
ISO/TC 211 encourages the HMMG to develop an application profile for use of RM-ODP in ISO/TC 211.
   
Resolution 298 Liaison with ISO/TC 154 Processes, data elements and documents in commerce, industry and administration
ISO/TC 211 accepts the nominations of Mr. Antony Cooper, by South Africa, and Dr. Rob Walker, by the United Kingdom, to serve as liaison representatives to ISO/TC 154, with particular regard to the revisions of ISO 11180 and ISO 8601.
   
Resolution 297 Nomination of co-chair to the OGC / ISO/TC 211 JAG

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. George Percivall for his work as co-chair of the OGC / ISO/TC 211 Joint Advisory Group.

ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination by the secretariat of Professor Tschangho Kim as new co-chair.

   
Resolution 296 Nomination of representative to SCIT
ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination of Mr. Norman D. Andersen by the United States of America to represent ISO/TC 211 in the Steering committee for image technology (SCIT).
   
Resolution 295 New convenor of the ISO/TC 204 / ISO/TC 211 task force

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. Christopher Gower for his work with the task force.

ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination of Professor Tschangho Kim as new convenor.

   
Resolution 294 Endorsement of project leader

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. John Eller for his work in project 19115-2.

ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination by the United States of America of Mr. Norman C. Andersen as new project leader.

   
Resolution 293 Registration of CD 19131 Geographic information - Data product specifications as DIS
Noting the comments to document N 1688, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editing committee, to edit the draft in order to resolve the comments and forward ISO/CD 19131 to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 292 Registration of PDTS 19127 Geographic information - Geodetic codes and parameters as TS

Noting the comments to document N 1685, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to consider the comments, edit the document accordingly and forward ISO/PDTS 19127 to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as a Technical Specification.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for Registration Authority at the same time, referring to resolution 245 adopted in Gyeongju.

   
Resolution 291 Registration of DIS 19123 Geographic information - Schema for coverage geometry and functions as FDIS
Noting the comments to document N 1682, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the editor, to edit the draft in order to resolve the comments and forward ISO/DIS 19123 to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as FDIS.
   
Resolution 290 Registration of CD 19137 Geographic information - Core profile of the spatial schema as DIS
Noting the approval of document N 1670, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward ISO CD 19137 to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 289 Confirmation of new work item Geographic information - Schema for moving features

ISO/TC 211 confirms the approval of the following new work item and accepts the nomination of project leader:

WI 19141 Geographic information - Schema for moving features
Project leader: Dr. Charles Roswell

The project will be directly under the TC until the next plenary.

 

 

18th Plenary meeting in Kuala Lumpur 2004-05-27 - 2004-05-28 (N1651)

Resolution 288 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
19th plenary 2004-10-07/08 Baveno, Italy (Joint UNINFO and JRC)
20th plenary 2005-06-09/10 Stockholm, Sweden
21st plenary 2005-12-06/07* Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
22nd plenary 2006-05-25/26 Orlando, USA
23rd plenary 2006-09-14/15 Montreal, Canada (Joint SCC and ICAO)**
* Dates to be confirmed by Saudi Arabia
** To be confirmed
 
Facilities for editing committees, project team meetings and a workshop will be provided prior to the 19th plenary Baveno.
   
Resolution 287 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD 2. CD 3. CD DIS FDIS IS
6709 2004-07 2004-11 2005-06 2006-06 2006-12
19101-2 2004-05 2005-10 2006-04 2007-04 2007-10
19103 DTS 2003-10 TS 2004-06
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11 2001-04 2002-10 2004-06
19106 96-09 1999-11 2000-11 2002-07 2004-06
19109 96-09 98-12 2000-05 2000-11 2002-01 2004-06 2004-12
19110 96-09 98-04 1998-11 2001-07 2004-04 2004-10
19115-2 2004-06 2005-03 2005-03 2005-09 2006-092007-03
19116 97-09 1999-11 2001-07 2002-10 2004-06
19117 96-09 98-05 1999-06 1999-11 2002-02 2004-06
19118 96-09 99-03 2000-05 2002-09 2004-06
19119 96-09 2000-05 2001-02 2002-01 2004-06
19122 PDTR 2002-09 TR 2004-08
19123 1999-04 2001-01 2002-02 2004-02 2005-02 2005-08
19125-1 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2004-06
19125-2 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2004-06
19126 2002-09 2004-01 2004-08 2005-02 2006-02 2006-08
19127 2001-09 PDTS 2002-07 TS 2004-10
19128 2002-09 2004-02 2005-02 2005-08
19129 2001-10 PDTS 2004-10 TS 2005-04
19130 2001-10 2004-01 2004-12 2005-06 2006-06 2006-12
19131 2002-09 2003-02 2004-10 2005-10 2006-04
19132 2003-12 2004-12 2005-06 2006-06 2006-12
19133 2002-12 2003-01 2004-02 2005-02 2005-08
19134 2003-07 2004-04 2004-10 2005-10 2006-02
19135 2002-07 2003-06 2004-06 2005-06 2005-12
19136 2003-04 2004-02 2005-02 2006-02 2006-08
19137 2003-06 2004-01 2004-10 2005-10 2006-04
19138 2004-07 PDTS 2004-11 TS 2005-05
19139 2003-11 PDTS 2004-06 TS 2004-12
19140 Amendments
   
Resolution 286 Terms of reference and guidelines for the editing committees
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to update the Terms of reference for the editing committees and Guidelines for ISO/TC 211 editing committees according to the proposals in documents N 1596 and N 1597, taking into account the comments received from the USA (document N 1640) as discussed at the current plenary.
   
Resolution 285 Co-location of meetings with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the invitation from ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 to co-locate meetings in Breckenridge Colorado in July. WG 6 will arrange a meeting of project team 19129 in connection with the JTC 1/SC 24 meeting.
   
Resolution 284 Revision of ISO 19111
ISO/TC 211 resolves to issue a new work item proposal for revision of ISO 19111 based upon N 1598, to be revised based on comments received. The revised version of N 1598 will be proposed as a DIS.
   
Resolution 283 New work on time-varying spatial information

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the draft new work item proposal submitted by DGIWG (document N 1568), and invites DGIWG to submit a revised version based upon the comments in N 1583 and later discussions. This NWI proposal is expected to cover the case of moving features without deformation or change to their characteristics.

ISO/TC 211 invites an initial study on more advanced aspects of time-varying information as a task of the planning in AGS-PT.

   
Resolution 282 OGC new work item proposals
ISO/TC 211 appreciates proposals from OGC for new work on Web Coverage Service and Catalogue Service for metadata, and invites the Joint Advisory Group to coordinate new work item proposals.
   
Resolution 281 Appointment of liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 accepts the following liaison representations:

Mr Frederick Broome to PAIGH
Mr Henry Tom to PAIGH
Mr David Danko to CEN/ISSS MMI-DC
Mr Olaf Østensen to UNGEGN

The secretary will be the default representative to the internal liaison if no other representatives are nominated.

   
Resolution 280 Reappointment of Advisory Group on outreach co-chairs
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the work undertaken by the co-chairs, Dr. Hans Knoop and Mr. Henry Tom, since their appointment at the plenary in Bangkok. ISO/TC 211 accepts their kind offers to serve a further two-year term.
   
Resolution 279 Advisory Group on Strategy - Planning Team (AGS-PT)

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish the Advisory Group on Strategy - Planning Team (AGS-PT) to develop a long term plan for the ISO/TC 211 programme of work. This shall be done in consultation with all members.

Noting document N 1623, AGS-PT is authorized to propose revisions to the ISO/TC 211 scope, if considered necessary.

AGS-PT shall report on the progress at the next plenary in Baveno. A final report is expected to be discussed at the Stockholm plenary.

Members are invited to nominate participants. AGS-PT will be chaired by the ISO/TC 211 chairman.

   
Resolution 278 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
ISO/TC 211 agrees to establish a cooperative agreement with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and instructs the secretariat in collaboration with FAO, to consider the comments in document N 1602, and submit a revised agreement to the committee for ballot.
   
Resolution 277 ISO/TC 204 / ISO/TC 211 task force
ISO/TC 211 agrees to establish a cooperative agreement with ISO/TC 204, and instructs the Joint task force to consider the comments in document N 1582 and comments from the ISO/TC 204 community, and submit a revised agreement to the committee for ballot.
   
Resolution 276 Title and scope of ISO 19139

Noting that ISO TS 19139 will apply only to XML encoding and that it will not define a separate UML implementation model because the XML schemas will be derived directly from the harmonized ISO 19100 UML model to ensure one common schema, ISO/TC 211 instructs the Secretariat to issue a ballot on a revised title and scope at the same time as the PDTS ballot:

Title: Geographic information - Metadata - XML schema implementation

Scope: This Specification defines spatial metadata XML (smXML) encoding, an XML schema implementation derived from ISO 19115, Geographic information - Metadata.

   
Resolution 275 Title and scope of ISO 19126

ISO/TC 211 acknowledges the positive result of the last vote on the new title and scope for ISO 19126, refer document N 1615.

However, noting the comments from National Bodies on document N 1560 and noting the comments received on the revised standard, ISO/TC 211 instructs the Secretariat to consult as appropriate and to issue a ballot on a revised title and scope.

The consultation will be based upon the following proposal:

Title: Feature data dictionaries, feature catalogues and their registers

Scope: This International Standard specifies a feature data dictionary schema and an implementation profile of ISO 19110, Geographic information - Methodology for feature cataloguing, as the basis for the establishment and management of feature data dictionary registers and feature catalogue registers. These registers are in accordance with ISO 19135 Geographic information - Procedures for registration of items of geographic information.

   
Resolution 274 Registration of ISO CD 19135, Geographic information - Procedures for registration of items of geographic information
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to update the ISO CD 19135 (document N 1605) according to submitted comments (document N 1641) and to forward the draft to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 273 Approval of liaison request from the Panamerican Institute of Geography and History (PAIGH)

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the request for category A liaison status from the Panamerican Institute of Geography and History (PAIGH), and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.

 

 

17th Plenary meeting in Berlin 2003-10-30 - 2003-10-31 (N1530)

Resolution 272 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
18th plenary 2004-05-27/28 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
19th plenary 2005-10-07/08 Baveno, Italy (JRC)
20th plenary 2005-05/06 Stockholm, Sweden
21st plenary 2005-10/11
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia?
 
22nd plenary 2006-05-25/26 Orlando, USA
Facilities for editing committees, project team meetings and a workshop will be provided prior to the 18th plenary in Kuala Lumpur.
   
Resolution 271 Liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29

ISO/TC 211 notes the request of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 for comments on the proposal for the storage of GML metadata within the JPEG 2000 family of file formats. ISO/TC 211 encourages WG 4, WG 6 and WG 7 to liaise with JTC 1/SC 29/WG 1 on the subject to ensure appropriate references to ISO/TC 211 standards.

In particular

GML is being processed as an ISO standard under project 19136
ISO/TC 211 is standardizing aspects of geographic information metadata under projects 19115 and 19115-2 and 19139.

   
Resolution 270 Appointment of liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 accepts the following liaison representations:

Mr. Timothy Trainor to ICA
Mr. Kazuhiko Akeno to ISCGM
Mr. Olaf Østensen to FAO
Mr. George Percivall to ISO/TC 20/SC 13
Professor Tschangho John Kim to ISO/TC 204

   
Resolution 269 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD 2. CD 3. CD DIS FDIS IS
6709 2004-01 2004-06 2004-12 2005-12 2006-06
19101-2 2004-05 2005-10 2006-04 2007-04 2007-10
19103 96-01 1999-07 PDTS 2001-07 DTS 2003-10 TS 2004-04
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11 2001-04 2002-10 2003-11
19106 96-09 1999-11 2000-11 2002-07 2003-11
19109 96-09 98-12 2000-05 2000-11 2002-01 2003-11 2004-05
19110 96-09 98-04 1998-11 2001-07 2004-01 2004-07
19115-2 2003-09 2004-08 2005-03 2005-09 2006-05 2006-08
19116 97-09 1999-11 2001-07 2002-10 2004-02
19117 96-09 98-05 1999-06 1999-11 2002-02 2004-02
19118 96-09 99-03 2000-05 2002-09 2004-02
19119 96-09 2000-05 2001-02 2002-01 2004-02
19120 Amd. 1
19122 PDTR 2002-09 TR 2003-12
19123 1999-04 2001-01 2002-02 2003-11 2004-11 2005-05
19125-1 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2004-02
19125-2 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2004-02
19125-3  
19126 2002-09 2003-12 2004-08 2005-08 2006-02
19127 2001-09 PDTS 2002-07 Review 2004-02 TS 2004-04
19128 2002-09 2003-12 2004-12 2005-06
19129 2001-10 PDTS 2004-01 TS 2004-05
19130 2001-10 2004-01 2004-06 2005-06 2005-12
19131 2002-09 2003-02 Review 2004-01 2004-03 2005-03 2005-09
19132 RS* 2003-01
19133 2002-12 2003-01 2003-12 2004-12 2005-06
19134 2003-07 2004-04 2004-12 2005-12 2006-06
19135 2002-07 2003-06 Review 2004-02 2004-03 2005-03 2005-09
19136 2003-04 2003-12 2004-06 2005-06 2005-12
19137 2003-06 2003-12 2004-06 2005-06 2005-12
19138 2003-05 PDTS 2004-05 TS 2004-12
19139 2003-09 PDTS 2004-02 DTS 2004-07 TS 2004-11
19140  
*RS=Review summary
   
Resolution 268 External links to the ISO/TC 211 web site
ISO/TC 211 requests representatives to and from Class A Liaisons to promote the ISO/TC 211 work by establishing hyperlinks from the Class A Liaison web sites to the ISO/TC 211 web site. ISO/TC 211 will continuously maintain its web site hyperlinks to the Class A Liaison web sites, and asks to be informed of any changes.
   
Resolution 267 Activities on ISO/TR 19122 Geographic information - Qualifications and certification of personnel
ISO/TC 211 appoints the co-chair of the Advisory Group on Outreach, Professor Hans Knoop, to serve as the point of contact for enquiries by external parties regarding ISO/TR 19122. Professor Knoop will report on these activities to ISO/TC 211 and recommend further actions. In this work he will cooperate closely with ISO/TC 211 liaisons.
   
Resolution 266 Terms of reference Joint Advisory Group (JAG) between Open GIS Consortium, Inc. (OGC) and ISO/TC 211

ISO/TC 211 approves the Terms of Reference for the Joint Advisory Group between ISO/TC 211 and OGC in document N 1531.

ISO/TC 211 appoints Mr. George Percivall as the ISO/TC 211 co-chair of the JAG.

   
Resolution 265 Harmonization work
ISO/TC 211 instructs project team 19140, HMMG and TMG to meet in joint sessions to ensure the alignment of and integration of their respective harmonization activities.
   
Resolution 264 Registration of ISO CD 19133, Geographic information - Location based services tracking and navigation as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward ISO CD 19133 (document N 1487) to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 263 Registration of ISO CD 19128, Geographic information - Web Map Server interface as DIS

Noting that ISO/TC 211 should not promulgate a convention which conflicts with long established codified practice and has implications for safety in aviation and marine areas, ISO/TC 211 agrees to send CD 19128 (document N 1477) to ISO for publication as DIS after

  • the comments accepted by the editor in document N 1524 are applied to the document;
  • a note is included in the draft regarding the criticality of axis order portrayal to human users;
  • a note on applicability of WGS 84 is added;
  • references to regional coordinate reference systems, for example NAD27, are made optional and a note on their applicability is added; and
  • the other issues raised in N 1524 including reference to coordinate reference systems are referred to the 191xx harmonisation processes (19140).
   
Resolution 262 Registration of ISO CD 19123, Geographic information - Schema for coverage geometry and functions as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in consultation with the editor, to consider the comment from the NB of Japan (document N 1523) and to forward ISO CD 19123 (document N 1475) to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 261 Confirmation of new work item Geographic information - Reference model - Imagery

ISO/TC 211 confirms the approval of the following new work item and endorses the nomination of project leader:

WI 19101-2 Geographic information - Reference model - Part 2: Imagery
Project leader: Mr. George Percivall

The project is assigned to Working Group 6.

 

 

16th Plenary meeting in Thun 2003-05-22 - 2003-05-23 (N1451)

Resolution 260 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
17th plenary 2003-10-30/31 Berlin, Germany
18th plenary 2004-05-27/28 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
19th plenary 2005-10/11 JRC in Italy (to be confirmed)
(avoid 15 October - 17 November )
20th plenary 2005-05/06 Stockholm, Sweden
21st plenary 2005-10/11
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
 
22nd plenary 2006-05 USA
Facilities for editing committees, project team meetings and a workshop will be provided prior to the 17th plenary in Berlin.
   
Resolution 259 Appointment of liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 accepts the following liaison representations:

Dr. Liping Di to CEOS
Dr. Liping Di to ISPRS
Mr. Martin Ford to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32
Mr. Aleksandar Pavlovic to ICAO

   
Resolution 258 Endorsement of project leader
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Joseph Dorfschmid for leading project 19137. As Mr. Dorfschmid has to withdraw from the position, ISO/TC 211 endorses the nomination by the national body of Switzerland of Mr. Sascha Brawer as the new project leader.
   
Resolution 257 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD 2. CD 3. CD DIS FDIS IS
19103 96-01 1999-07 PDTS 2001-07 DTS 2003-06 TS 2003-10
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11 2001-04 2002-10 2003-08
19106 96-09 1999-11 2000-11 2002-07 2003-08
19109 96-09 98-12 2000-05 2000-11 2002-01 2003-07 2003-11
19110 96-09 98-04 1998-11 2001-07 2003-07 2003-11
19112 96-03 98-05 1999-11 2001-10 2003-05
19114 96-09 99-01 1999-11 2000-06 2001-08 2003-05
19115-2 2003-09 2004-08 2005-03 2005-09 2006-05 2006-08
19116 97-09 1999-11 2001-07 2002-10 2003-08
19117 96-09 98-05 1999-06 1999-11 2002-02 2003-08
19118 96-09 99-03 2000-05 2002-09 2003-08
19119 96-09 2000-05 2001-02 2002-01 2003-08
19120 Amd. 1
19122 PDTR 2002-09 TR 2003-08
19123 1999-04 2001-01 2002-02 2003-11 2004-05 2004-08
19125-1 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2003-08
19125-2 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2003-08
19125-3
19126 2002-09 2003-07 2003-12 2004-08 2004-11
19127 2001-09 PDTS 2002-07 TS 2004-04
19128 2002-09 2003-12 2003-10 2004-01
19129 2001-10 PDTS 2003-11 TS 2004-04
19130 2001-10 2003-12 2004-06 2005-02 2005-05
19131 2002-09 2003-02 2003-12 2004-08 2004-11
19132 RS* 2003-01
19133 2002-12 2003-01 2003-12 2004-07 2004-10
19134 2003-07 2004-04 2004-12 2005-07 2005-10
19135 2002-07 2003-06 2003-12 2004-08 2004-11
19136 2003-04 2003-12 2004-06 2005-02 2005-05
19137 2003-06 2003-12 2004-06 2005-02 2005-05
19138 2003-05 PDTS 2003-12 DTS 2004-08 TS 2004-12
19139 2003-09 PDTS 2004-02 DTS 2004-07 TS 2004-11
19140 2003-10
*RS=Review summary
   
Resolution 256 Co-operative agreement between ISO/TC 211 Geographic Information/Geomatics and the International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the draft cooperative agreement from IHO. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the proposal in cooperation with the ISO Central Secretariat and forward the final text of the cooperative agreement for approval by the ISO Council.
   
Resolution 255 Revision of ISO 6709:1983 Standard representation of latitude, longitude and altitude for geographic point locations

ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer from the USA to lead the revision of ISO 6709:1983 and the proposed project leader, Mr. Kevin Kirby.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to register the new work item at the ISO Central Secretariat, and send out a call for additional experts to work on the revision.

The project is assigned to WG 9.

   
Resolution 254 WG 8 convenor
ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination of Mr. Martin Ford from the United Kingdom as acting convenor for WG 8 until Mr. John Rowley is able to resume his role.
   
Resolution 253 Joint work on GML

ISO/TC 211 encourages the work of project 19136 and the OGC GML RWG to be done in a joint group. Procedures will be clarified in the new terms of reference (see Resolution 252).

ISO/TC 211 agrees to a joint meeting between the project team 19136 members and the OGC GML RWG in connection with the GML Development Days in Vancouver, Canada, in 2003-07-24/25.

   
Resolution 252 ISO/TC 211 / Open GIS Consortium, Inc. co-ordination group

ISO/TC 211 resolves to reorganize the co-ordination group between Open GIS Consortium, Inc. and ISO/TC 211.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. John Rowley and the TOCG for their work in the TOCG period.

The new co-ordination group will replace the TOCG, and will be co-chaired by nominees from both organizations.

An interim meeting will be arranged in connection with the OGC meeting in 2003-06-09/11 (Dulles, VA, USA). The purpose of this meeting is to draft the terms of reference for the new co-ordination group. Mr. George Percivall will act as the ISO/TC 211 co-chair at this meeting.

Project leaders and working group convenors are invited to participate on behalf of ISO/TC 211 at this meeting.

   
Resolution 251 Confirmation of new work item Geographic information - Metadata - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data

ISO/TC 211 confirms the approval of the following new work item and endorses the nomination of project leader and editor:

WI 19115-2 Geographic information - Metadata - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data
Project leader: Mr. John Eller, Editor: Mr. David Danko

Based on comments received and discussions among the project teams, ISO/TC 211 accepts the minor changes in the title and scope of the project.

The new scope reads: This International Standard extends ISO 19115:2003 Geographic Information - Metadata by defining the schema and additional metadata required for imagery and gridded data.

The project is assigned to Working Group 6.

   
Resolution 250 Collaboration regarding outreach with class A liaisons
ISO/TC 211 resolves to hold a seminar for the purpose of more closely engaging its class A Liaison organizations in outreach activities, including issues recorded in ISO/TR 19122. To this end, ISO/TC 211 instructs the Advisory Group on Outreach to arrange such a seminar in conjunction with the Berlin Plenary and requests its representatives to Class A Liaison organizations to actively support this event.
   
Resolution 249 Title and scope of ISO 19126

ISO/TC 211 accepts the recommendation given by the project team of project 19126 and the comments given by the US national body in N 1433.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to issue a ballot among the members to accept the changes proposed at the same time as the CD ballot:

Title: Geographic information - Profiles for feature data dictionary registers and feature catalogue registers

Scope: This International Standard specifies profiles of ISO 19110 Geographic information - Methodology for feature cataloguing, as the basis for the establishment of feature data dictionary registers and feature catalogue registers. These registers are in accordance with ISO 19135 Geographic information - Procedures for registration of items of geographic information.

   
Resolution 248 Disbandment of the advisory group on web server interface for geographic information
ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the advisory group on web server interface for geographic information and to pass the ongoing work to WG 4. ISO/TC 211 appreciates the contribution of the convenor, Mr. Michel Mellinger and the report to the plenary in Adelaide (document N 1183).
   
Resolution 247 Approval of liaison request from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the request for category A liaison status from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO/UN), and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.

 

 

15th Plenary meeting in Gyeongju 2002-11-14 - 2002-11-15 (N1370)

Resolution 246 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
16th plenary 2003-05-22/23 Thun, Switzerland
17th plenary 2003-11/12 Germany (preferably the first week of December)
18th plenary 2004-05 Canada to be confirmed
19th plenary 2004-11/12 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
to be confirmed
(avoid October 15 - November 25)
20th plenary 2005-05/06 Stockholm, Sweden
Facilities for editing committees, project team meetings and a workshop will be provided at the 16th plenary in Thun.
   
Resolution 245 Geodetic codes and parameters

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to process the editorial changes to ISO/PDTS 19127 (ISO/TC 211 N 1310) as agreed by the editing committee, to send it for review by the Member Bodies and then to forward to the Central Secretariat as a Technical Specification.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, following the issue of TS 19127 to the ISO Central Secretariat, to call for a registration authority for the ISO registration system for geodetic codes and parameters.

The registration authority shall maintain the ISO registration system for geodetic codes and parameters as described in TS 19127.

   
Resolution 244 Endorsement of project leader
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. Ian Spencer and Mr. Mike Harbaugh for leading project 19126.
ISO/TC 211 endorses the nomination by DGIWG of Mr. Raymond Staggemeier as new project leader.
   
Resolution 243 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD 2. CD 3. CD DIS FDIS IS
19103 96-01 1999-07 PDTS 2001-07 DTS 2002-12 TS 2003-05
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11 2001-04 2002-10 2003-05 2003-08
19106 96-09 1999-11 2000-11 2002-07 2003-02 2003-05
19107 96-10 99-01 1999-11 2000-05 2001-05 2003-01
19109 96-09 98-12 2000-05 2000-11 2002-01 2003-02 2003-05
19110 96-09 98-04 1998-11 2001-07 2003-02 2003-05
19111 97-12 98-11 1999-11 2000-12 2002-11 2003-02
19112 96-03 98-05 1999-11 2001-10 2003-02 2002-11
19113 96-03 98-04 1998-11 1999-11 2001-02 2002-12
19114 96-09 99-01 1999-11 2000-06 2001-08 2003-02 2003-05
19115 96-03 98-07 1999-11 2000-06 2001-09 2003-02 2003-05
19116 97-09 1999-11 2001-07 2002-10 2003-05 2003-08
19117 96-09 98-05 1999-06 1999-11 2002-02 2003-02 2003-05
19118 96-09 99-03 2000-05 2002-09 2003-05 2003-08
19119 96-09 2000-05 2001-02 2002-01 2003-02
19120 Amd. 1
19122 PDTR 2002-09 DTR 2003-06 TR 2003-09
19123 1999-04 2001-01 2002-02 2003-05 2004-01 2004-03
19125-1 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2003-02 2003-05
19125-2 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2003-02 2003-05
19125-3  
19126 2002-09 2003-03 2003-09 2004-03 2004-09 2004-11
19127 2001-09 PDTS 2002-07 TS 2003-04
19128 2002-09 2003-03 2003-10 2004-01
19129 2001-10 (WD 2003-04) DTS 2003-06 TS 2003-09
19130 2001-10 2003-06 2003-12 2004-08 2004-11
19131 2002-09 2003-01 2003-11 2004-07 2004-10
19132 RS* 2003-01
19133 2002-10 2002-12 2003-12 2004-07 2004-10
19134 2002-11 2004-04 2004-12 2005-07 2005-10
19135 2002-07 2003-06 2003-12 2004-08 2004-11
19136 2002-10 2003-04 2003-09 2004-05 2004-11
19137 2003-07 2003-12 2004-07 2005-03 2005-06
19138 2003-05 PDTS 2003-12 DTS 2004-08 TS 2004-12
19139 Not set Amendments 2003-10
*RS=Review summary
 
The table is voted on on the conditions that the updates are made by the secretariat before the resolutions are distributed.
   
Resolution 242 CEN/TC 278 Road Transport and Traffic Telematics
In order to facilitate liaison with ISO/TC 204 and external outreach into the transport community, ISO/TC 211 authorizes Mr. Chris Gower to represent the committee at meetings of CEN/TC 278
   
Resolution 241 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 accepts the following liaison representations:

Mr. Henry Tom to GSDI
Mr. Olaf Østensen to GSDI
Mr. Doug O'Brien to IHB
Mr. Martin Ford to IHB
Mr. Olaf Østensen to JRC
Mr. Martin Ford to JRC
Mr. Henry Tom to PC IDEA
Mr. Lorant Czaran to UN ECE

   
Resolution 240 Technical Amendment to the ISO 191** Geographic information series of standards for harmonization and enhancements

ISO/TC 211 confirms the approval of the following new work item and endorses the nomination of project leader:

WI 19140 Technical Amendment to the ISO 191** Geographic information series of standards for harmonization and enhancements
Dr. Robert Walker

ISO/TC 211 instructs the project team to deliver, according to the ISO Directives, a working draft within 6 months, which identifies the ISO/TC 211 deliverables and projects within the ISO/TC 211 programme of work that need amendments and the character of those amendments, after which the secretariat will send out a call for the various experts to develop the individual amendments.

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the amendments identified will need to go to individual ballot in accordance with the ISO Directives.

The project will be organized as a project directly under the Technical Committee.

   
Resolution 239 Confirmation of new work item Geographic information - Metadata - Implementation specifications

ISO/TC 211 confirms the approval of the following new work item and endorses the nomination of project leader and editor:

WI 19139 Geographic information - Metadata - Implementation specifications
Project leader: Mr. David Danko, Editor: Mr. John Eller

The project is assigned to Working Group 7.

As the vote failed to be approved as a CD, ISO/TC 211 instructs the project team to address the comments and submit a revised working draft for registration as a CD.

   
Resolution 238 Confirmation of new work item Geographic information - Data quality measures

ISO/TC 211 confirms the approval of the following new work item and endorses the nomination of project leader and editor.

WI 19138 Geographic information - Data quality measures
Project leader: Dr. Gerhard Joos, Editor: Erik Stenborg

The project is assigned to Working Group 9.

   
Resolution 237 Cooperation with ISO/TC 204

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the recent cooperation with ISO/TC 204 Transport information and control systems.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to invite ISO/TC 204 to nominate experts to join appropriate ISO/TC 211 project teams such as the work items 19136 (GML) and WG 8 (LBS) project teams.

   
Resolution 236 Harmonized Model Maintenance Group (HMMG)

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the excellent work conducted by the Model Harmonization Team under the successive leadership of Dr. Chris Dabrowski, Dr. John Herring and Mr. Shawn Silkensen.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the Model Harmonization Team and to create a Harmonized Model Maintenance Group under the convenorship of Dr. Herring and editorship of Mr. Silkensen, to ensure that the UML models of ISO/TC 211 projects and standards are harmonized.

ISO/TC 211 instructs Working Group and the Terminology Maintenance Group convenors to nominate a representative from their groups to the HMMG by 2003-02-28 and authorizes the HMMG convenor to invite additional members as necessary.

ISO/TC 211 instructs project leaders and editors to be members of the HMMG until their projects reach FDIS. The project leaders shall notify the HMMG of proposed changes to their UML models, and ensure their projects are harmonized with the remaining ISO/TC 211 projects and standards.

   
Resolution 235 Terminology repository future support

ISO/TC 211 considers an on-line terminology repository to be an important component of its information dissemination capability and outreach strategy. ISO/TC 211 expresses its gratitude to ISLinkup for the work it has undertaken in developing and supporting the current prototype database system.

ISO/TC 211 recognizes that the terminology database system requires:

  • upgrading to accommodate editing committee changes to ISO 19104 and requirements of the TMG;
  • long-term arrangements for hosting and support.

ISO/TC 211 further recognizes that there will be a cost associated with both requirements.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call to NBs and liaisons and invite them to submit sponsorship proposals for the system's revision and/or long-term hosting (5 years). The proposals are to be forwarded to the Secretariat by 2003-03-31.

   
Resolution 234 Business Plan

ISO/TC 211 approves the revised Business Plan (N 1297).

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward the revised Business Plan to the ISO Central Secretariat for approval.

 

 

14th Plenary meeting in Bangkok 2002-05-23 - 2002-05-24 (N1287)

Resolution 233 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
15th plenary 2002-11-14/15 Gyeongju, Rep. of Korea
16th plenary 2003-05-22/23 Switzerland
17th plenary 2003-10/11 Germany (avoid 10-01 - 11-05)
18th plenary 2004-05 Canada
19th plenary 2004-11 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (avoid 10-10 - 11-15)
20th plenary 2005-05/06 Stockholm, Sweden
Facilities for editing committees, project team meetings and a workshop will be provided at the 15th plenary in Gyeongju.
   
Resolution 232 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD 2. CD 3. CD DIS FDIS IS
19101 96-03 98-01 1998-12 2000-10 2002-06 2002-09
19102 96-09 98-07 1999-04 Deleted
19103 96-01 1999-07 PDTS 2001-07 DTS 2002-06 TS 2002-09
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11 2001-04 2002-06 2003-02 2003-05
19106 96-09 1999-11 2000-11 2002-06 2003-02 2003-05
19107 96-10 99-01 1999-11 2000-05 2001-05 2002-08 2002-11
19108 96-03 98-11 1999-11 2000-11 2002-06 2002-09
19109 96-09 98-12 2000-05 2000-11 2002-01 2002-09 2002-12
19110 96-09 98-04 1998-11 2001-07 2002-08 2002-11
19111 97-12 98-11 1999-11 2000-12 2002-08 2002-11
19112 96-03 98-05 1999-11 2001-10 2002-08 2002-11
19113 96-03 98-04 1998-11 1999-11 2001-02 2002-07 2002-10
19114 96-09 99-01 1999-11 2000-06 2001-08 2002-08 2002-11
19115 96-03 98-07 1999-11 2000-06 2001-09 2002-09 2002-12
19116 97-09 1999-11 2001-07 2002-06 2003-02 2003-05
19117 96-09 98-05 1999-06 1999-11 2002-02 2002-10 2003-01
19118 96-09 99-03 2000-05 2002-06 2003-02 2003-05
19119 96-09 2000-05 2001-02 2002-01 2002-09 2002-12
19120 Amd. 1 PDTR 2003-06 DTR 2003-12 TR 2004-04
19122 PDTR 2002-07 DTR 2002-11 TR 2003-02
19123 1999-04 2001-01 2002-02 2002-08 2003-05 2003-08
19125-1 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2002-07 2002-10
19125-2 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2002-07 2002-10
19125-3 2001- 2002- 2002- 19126 2002-06 2002-12 2003-06 2003-12 2004-02
19127 2001-09 PDTS 2002-07 DTS 2002-11 TS 2003-04
19128 2002-06 2002-11 2003-07 2003-10
19129 2001-10 DTS 2002-11 TS 2003-03
19130 2001-10 2002-12 2003-09 2004-04 2004-07
19131 2002-06 2002-07 2003-01 2003-11 2004-07 2004-10
19132 RS* 2002-11
19133 2001-12 2002-07 2002-11 2003-07 2003-10
19134 2002-05 2002-11 2003-05 2004-01 2004-04
19135 2002-06 2002-09 2003-05 2004-01 2004-04
19136 2002-10 2003-04 2003-09 2004-05 2004-08
19137 2003-02 2003-06 2003-12 2004-08 2004-11
*RS=Review summary
   
Resolution 231 Registration of ISO CD 19118, Geographic information - Encoding as DIS

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to finalize the editing of ISO CD 19118, including making annex A informative, and to forward ISO CD 19118 (document N 1136) to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.

The annex of XML encoding rules will be made normative as a part of the amendment process described in resolution 216.

   
Resolution 230 Response to OGC proposal for TOCG strategy
ISO/TC 211 recommends that the chair of ISO/TC 211 and the chair of TOCG meet with representatives of OGC, including the chair of OGC TC, to discuss the future cooperation between ISO/TC 211 and OGC. As a consequence, ISO/TC 211 recommends that the TOCG does not meet until this meeting has been held.
   
Resolution 229 Liaison representatives

ISO/TC 211 accepts the following liaison representations:

Professor João de Matos, Portugal, to UNGIWG
Professor Tschangho Kim, Korea, to UNGIWG
Mr. Vincent Dessard, Belgium, to UNGIWG
Professor Liping Di, United States of America, to UNGIWG
Mr. Antony Cooper, South Africa, to ICA
Mr. John Eller, United States of America, to DGIWG
Mr. George Percivall, United States of America, to IEEE GRSS
Mr. Larry Hothem, United States of America, to SCAR
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciations to Mr. Dave Danko for serving as representative to DGIWG for several years.

   
Resolution 228 Review of ISO 6709:1983 Standard representation of latitude, longitude and altitude for geographical locations
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to immediately send out a call for systematic review of ISO 6709:1983 Standard representation of latitude, longitude and altitude for geographical locations.
   
Resolution 227 Development of registers

ISO/TC 211 believes that the current effort to develop appropriate procedural and technical standards for registration should continue. ISO/TC 211 therefore directs:

PT 19135 to continue work on a procedural standard for registration of items of geographical information along the lines suggested in the PT presentation to the Plenary meeting on 2002-05-23 (refer document N 1288).
PT 19126 to specify requirements for the registration of feature catalogues.
PT 19127 to complete the development of a technical standard for the registration of lists of geodetic codes and parameters. 
The consensus of ISO/TC 211 is that a register for catalogues should be established initially as an internal repository after the appropriate standards have reached the DIS stage.

   
Resolution 226 Proceeding of ISO DIS 19115 Geographic information - Metadata

ISO/TC 211 resolves to delete the informative annex F, clause J.3 and any references to these, in ISO DIS 19115, as requirements for XML DTDs are replaced by requirements for XML schemas in 19118.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to process the corrections above and other editorial and minor technical improvements in accordance with the ISO Directives, and to forward ISO DIS 19115 to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as FDIS.

ISO/TC 211 resolves that an implementation UML model and an XML Schema for metadata in compliance with ISO 19115 and 19118 will be a new work item proposal for a Technical Specification. Based on discussions at the 14th ISO/TC 211 plenary, the new work item proposal will be submitted for ballot by 2002-06-30.

   
Resolution 225 Convenors of Advisory Group on outreach

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the nominations from the Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI) of Mr. Henry Tom and from Germany of Professor Dr. Hans Knoop as convenors of the advisory group on outreach.

ISO/TC 211 accepts both nominations and appoints them as co-chairs of the advisory group for a period of two years.

   
Resolution 224 Convenor of Working Group 9
ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the nomination from Japan of Dr. Hiroshi Imai as convenor of Working Group 9.
   
Resolution 223 Convenor of Working Group 8

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the nominations from the United States of America and the United Kingdom for convenor of WG 8.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes Mr. John R. Rowley of the United Kingdom as convenor of Working Group 8.

   
Resolution 222 Convenor of Working Group 7
ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the nomination from South Africa of Mr. Antony Cooper as convenor of Working Group 7.
   
Resolution 221 Convenor of Working Group 6
ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the nomination from Canada of Mr. C. Douglas O'Brien as convenor of Working Group 6.
   
Resolution 220 Delegation to the meeting of the Joint steering group for spatial standardization and related interoperability in London, 2002-06-21/22

ISO/TC 211 appoints the following delegation to represent ISO/TC 211 at the Joint steering group for spatial standardization and related interoperability in London 2002-06-21/22:

Dr. Abdullah Al-Shahrani, Saudi Arabia
Mr. Martin Ford, United Kingdom
Mr. Doug O'Brien, Canada
Dr. Charles Roswell, United States of America

   
Resolution 219 Editor of ISO CD 19128
ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the offer from OGC for Dr. Jeff de la Beaujardiere to become editor for ISO CD 19128 Geographic information - Web Map Server Interface.
   
Resolution 218 Appreciation to ESRI
ISO/TC 211 wishes to express its gratitude to ESRI for the offer to provide the ISO/TC 211 stand at the ESRI User Conference in San Diego in July 2002 and at the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in Johannesburg in August 2002.
   
Resolution 217 Cooperative agreement between ISO/TC 211 and Digital Geographic Information Working Group (DGIWG)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the draft cooperative agreement from DGIWG. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to review the proposal in cooperation with the ISO Central Secretariat and forward the final text of the cooperative agreement for approval by the ISO Council.
   
Resolution 216 New work item proposal to address harmonization and enhancements

ISO/TC 211 is pleased to accept the United Kingdom's offer to draft a NWIP for a Technical Amendment to address harmonization and enhancements for all the 19100 standards in order that the amended standards can be published in a timely and efficient manner.

Further more ISO/TC 211 requests the United Kingdom to submit by 2002-06-17 to the secretariat the NWIP for ballot.

   
Resolution 215 Terminology maintenance group (TMG)

ISO/TC 211 resolves to retain the TMG under the convenorship of Mr. Andrew Jones, to review and update the ISO/TC 211 on-line terminology repository.

ISO/TC 211 instructs each Working Group convenor to nominate two representatives from their working group to the TMG by 2002-06-30 and authorises the TMG convenor to invite additional members as necessary, to ensure:

  • more than one language is represented;
  • terminology expertise is included;
  • national bodies and liaisons are engaged.
   
Resolution 214 Confirmation of new work item Geographic information - Generally used profiles of the spatial schema and of similar important other schemas

ISO/TC 211 confirms the approval of the following new work item and endorses the nomination of project leader:

WI 19137 Geographic information - Generally used profiles of the spatial schema and of similar important other schemas
Mr. Josef Dorfschmid

The project is assigned to Working Group 7.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the project leader to consult with the project team regarding resolution of the comments to the title and scope. ISO/TC 211 further instructs the project leader to forward the proposed changed title and scope to the secretariat by 2002-07-01 for ballot among the members. The project team shall proceed with the work while the ballot is in progress.

   
Resolution 213 Confirmation of new work item Geographic information - Geography Markup Language (GML)

ISO/TC 211 confirms the approval of the following new work item and endorses the nomination of project leader:

WI 19136 Geographic information - Geography Markup Language (GML)
Mr. Clemens Portele

The project is assigned to Working Group 4.

   
Resolution 212 Registration of ISO CD 19116, Geographic information - Positioning services as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to resolve the editorial comments, and to forward ISO CD 19116 (document N 1232) to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 211 Registration of ISO CD 19104, Geographic information - Terminology as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to process the editorial omissions and corrections, and to forward ISO CD 19104 (document N 1237) to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 210 Approval of liaison request from the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names (UNGEGN)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the request for category A liaison status from the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names (UNGEGN), and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.
   
Resolution 209 Approval of liaison request from the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the request for category A liaison status from the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR), and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.
   
Resolution 208 Approval of liaison request from the Permanent Committee on Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Americas (PC IDEA)

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the request for category A liaison status from the Permanent Committee on Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Americas (PC IDEA), and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval

 

 

13th Plenary meeting in Adelaide 2001-10-25 - 2001-10-26 (N1192)

Resolution 207 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
14th plenary 2002-05-23/24 Bangkok, Thailand
15th plenary 2002-11 (end) Gyungju, Rep. of Korea
16th plenary 2003-04/05 Switzerland*
17th plenary 2003-10 Germany
18th plenary Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
 
* To be decided
Facilities for editing committees, project team meetings and a workshop will be provided at the 14th plenary in Bangkok.
   
Resolution 206 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD 2. CD 3. CD DIS FDIS IS
19101 96-03 98-01 1998-12 2000-10 2002-01 2002-04
19102 96-09 98-07 1999-04 Deleted
19103 96-01 1999-07 DTS 2001-12 TS 2002-04
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11 2001-04 2001-12 2002-08 2002-11
19106 96-09 1999-11 2000-11 2001-12 2002-08 2002-11
19107 96-10 99-01 1999-11 2000-05 2001-05 2002-02 2002-05
19108 96-03 98-11 1999-11 2000-11 2001-11 1001-02
19109 96-09 98-12 2000-05 2000-11 2001-11 2002-05 2002-08
19110 96-09 98-04 1998-11 2001-07 2002-02 2002-05
19111 97-12 98-11 1999-11 2000-12 2001-11 2002-02
19112 96-03 98-05 1999-11 2001-10 2002-05 2002-08
19113 96-03 98-04 1998-11 1999-11 2001-02 2001-11 2002-02
19114 96-09 99-01 1999-11 2000-06 2001-08 2002-03 2002-06
19115 96-03 98-07 1999-11 2000-06 2001-09 2002-04 2002-07
19116 97-09 1999-11 2001-07 2002-02 2002-09 2002-12
19117 96-09 98-05 1999-06 1999-11 2001-11 2002-05 2002-08
19118 96-09 99-03 2000-05 2002-02 2002-09 2002-11
19119 96-09 2000-05 2001-02 2001-11 2002-05 2002-08
19120 Amd. 1 TR 2002-04
19122 PDTR 2002-07 DTR 2002-11 TR 2003-02
19123 1999-04 2001-01 2001-12 2002-08 2003-05 2003-08
19125-1 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2001-12 2002-03
19125-2 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2001-126 2002-03
19125-3 2001-06 2001-12 2002-02
19126 201-12 2002-06 2002-12 2003-06 2003-09
19127 2001-09 PDTS 2002-03 DTS 2002-07 TS 2002-11
19128 2001-11 2002-06 2002-12 2003-03
19129 2001-10 DTS 2002-03 TS 2003-07
19130 2001-10 2002-12 2003-09 2004-04 2004-07
19131 2002-04 2003-05 2003-09 2004-04 2004-07
19132 RS* 2002-01
19133 2001-12 2002-01 2002-05 2003-04 2003-07
19134 2002-05 2002-11 2003-05 2003-12 2004-03
19135 2002-04 2002-06 2002-12 2003-08 2003-11
*RS=Review summary
   
Resolution 205 Terminology maintenance group (TMG)

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish a Terminology maintenance group to review and update the ISO/TC 211 on-line terminology repository.

ISO/TC 211 endorses the nomination of the 19104 Editing committee of Mr. Andrew Jones to convene the TMG during a pilot period until the next plenary.

During the pilot period the TMG will comprise the PT leaders, the EC chairs and the secretariat.

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the importance of having more than one language represented in the TMG, and that terminology expertise is also included amongst the membership.

   
Resolution 204 Contribution to the International Federation of Surveyors congress in Washington 2002-04

ISO/TC 211 accepts the invitation from FIG to contribute to a workshop during the FIG congress in Washington in April 2002.

ISO/TC 211 establishes an ad hoc group consisting of the chairman, Mr. Chris Gower, Mr. Larry Hothem, Professor Hans Knoop, Mr. Craig Macauley and Dr. Charles Roswell to coordinate the programme with FIG.

   
Resolution 203 The International Federation of Surveyors' proposal on cadastre

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) proposal to develop a model of the basic contents and design of a cadastre using the ISO 19100 series of standards. It is acknowledged that this activity will serve to both test the 19100 standards and to build on the existing collaboration between ISO/TC 211 and FIG.

ISO/TC 211 encourages FIG to suggest how ISO/TC 211 could assist in this activity.

   
Resolution 202 Disbanding of the Advisory group on location based services

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the Advisory group on location based services.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. John Rowley for his services as convenor of the group.

   
Resolution 201 Disbanding of the Special working group on quality control
ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband the Special working group on quality control.
   
Resolution 200 Establishment of Advisory group on outreach

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an Advisory group on outreach.

The advisory group shall develop a marketing strategy, marketing information and be responsible for the programmes of future workshops together with the secretariat.

The advisory group is established for a period of two years, and will be evaluated at the plenary at the end of this period.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for nomination of chair and members.

   
Resolution 199 Confirmation of new work items

ISO/TC 211 confirms the approval of the following new work items and endorses the nomination of project leaders:

WI 19131 Geographic information - Data product specifications 
Dr. João Luis Gustavo de Matos

WI 19132 Geographic information - Location based services possible standards 
Mr. Martin Ford

WI 19133 Geographic information - Location based services tracking and navigation 
Dr. John R. Herring

WI 19134 Geographic information - Multimodal location based services for routing and navigation 
Professor Tschangho Kim

WI 19135 Geographic information - Procedures for registration of geographical information items 
Dr. Charles Roswell

   
Resolution 198 Assignment of projects to Working Groups

ISO/TC 211 resolves to assign the following projects to Working Groups:

WI 19128 assigned to Working Group 4

WI 19129 assigned to Working Group 6 
WI 19130 assigned to Working Group 6

WI 19120 assigned to Working Group 7 
WI 19122 assigned to Working Group 7 
WI 19126 assigned to Working Group 7

WI 19132 assigned to Working Group 8 
WI 19133 assigned to Working Group 8 
WI 19134 assigned to Working Group 8

WI 19127 assigned to Working Group 9 
WI 19131 assigned to Working Group 9 
WI 19135 assigned to Working Group 9

   
Resolution 197 Establishment of new Working Groups

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish the following Working Groups:

Working Group 6: Imagery 
Working Group 7: Information communities 
Working Group 8: Location based services 
Working Group 9: Information management

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for nomination of convenors immediately with a closing date of 2002-01-01.

   
Resolution 196 Disbanding of Working Group 5

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband Working Group 5.

ISO/TC 211 wishes to express its appreciation to Mr. C. Douglas O'Brien for his services as Convenor of WG 5.

   
Resolution 195 Disbanding of Working Group 3

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband Working Group 3.

ISO/TC 211 wishes to express its appreciation to Dr. Robert Walker for his services as Convenor of WG 3.

   
Resolution 194 Disbanding of Working Group 2

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband Working Group 2.

ISO/TC 211 wishes to express its appreciation to Mr. Antony Cooper for his services as Convenor of WG 2.

   
Resolution 193 Disbanding of Working Group 1

ISO/TC 211 resolves to disband Working Group 1.

ISO/TC 211 wishes to express its appreciation to Mr. Norman C. Andersen for acting as Convenor since the 12th plenary meeting in Lisbon.

   
Resolution 192 Deletion of work item 19102, Geographic information - Overview

ISO/TC 211 resolves to delete work item 19102 from the programme of work.

The content of the project will be incorporated into the Business plan, as standing document on the committee web site and other means.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. Chris Gower for his work in the project.

   
Resolution 191 Harmonization of ISO 19100-series and Geography Markup Language (GML)

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the need for harmonization between the ISO 19100-series and GML, and specifically between ISO 19118 Encoding and GML.

To ensure harmonization, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat in cooperation with the CD 19118 editing committee chair to make the necessary changes to ISO 19118 Encoding and send it and a change report out for a new review together with the revised NWIP for GML.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the proposal from Open GIS Consortium (OGC) and Germany for Mr. Clemens Portele as project leader for the NWIP.

   
Resolution 190 Registration of ISO CD 19106, Geographic information - Profiles as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend CD 19106 (document N 1134) in cooperation with the chairman and the editor of the 19106 editing committee according to the following:
Resolve the editorial and minor technical comments received on document N 1134.
Revise clause 2 and other relevant parts of the document to define two conformance classes; one which stringently establishes a profile as a pure subset, and the other which allows extensions within the context permitted in the base standard being profiled and permitting the profiling of non-ISO/TC 211 standards as part of profiles.
ISO/TC 211 further instructs the secretariat to forward the amended document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 189 Registration of ISO CD 19117, Geographic information - Portrayal as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend CD 19117 (document N 1114) according to comments received and forward the amended document to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 188 Registration of ISO CD 19119, Geographic information - Services as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward CD 19119 (document N 1145) to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 187 Registration of ISO CD 19109, Geographic information - Rules for application schema as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to forward CD 19109 (document N 1127) to the ISO Central Secretariat for issuing as DIS.
   
Resolution 186 Endorsement of project leader of WI 19126
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and endorses the nomination from Digital Geographic Information Working Group (DGIWG) of Mr. Ian Spencer as project leader of WI 19126.
   
Resolution 185 Endorsement of project leader of WI 19120/Amd. 1
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and endorses the nomination from Digital Geographic Information Working Group (DGIWG) of Mr. Michael Harbaugh as project leader of WI 19120/Amd. 1.
   
Resolution 184 Approval of liaison request from the United Nations Geographic Information Working Group (UNGIWG)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates the request for category A liaison status from the United Nations Geographic Information Working Group (UNGIWG), and instructs the secretariat to inform the ISO Central Secretariat of its approval.
   
Resolution 183 In remembrance of Debra LaMarque and François Massé

ISO/TC 211 wishes to express its deep regret and sorrow at the tragic loss of our colleagues and friends Debra LaMarque and François Massé only a few weeks apart in May and June this year.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its gratitude for the years that we knew Debra and François, for the friendship we shared with them, and their contribution to, and hard work for the committee. We are grateful and proud for having known them as professional and enthusiastic colleagues. We ask those that were close to them, and know their family and friends at home, to convey our sincere sympathy and warmth, and assure them of our high regard for Debra and François.

 

 

12th Plenary meeting in Lisbon 2001-03-08 - 2001-03-09 (N1080)

Resolution 182 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
13th plenary 2001-10-25/26 Adelaide, Australia
14th plenary 2002-04/05 Bangkok, Thailand
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Facilities for editing committees, project team meetings and a workshop will be provided at the 13th plenary in Adelaide.
   
Resolution 181 Approval of liaison request from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and approves the request for class A liaison status from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
   
Resolution 180 Approval of liaison request from the Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI)
ISO/TC 211 appreciates and approves the request for class A liaison status from the Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI).
   
Resolution 179 Workshops
In recognition of the successful workshop in connection with the 12th plenary in Lisbon and previous meetings, ISO/TC 211 recommends to continue this practise at future plenaries.
   
Resolution 178 WG 1 convenor resignation

ISO/TC 211 regrets Mr. Christopher Dabrowski's resignation as WG 1 convenor and thanks him for the excellent work and his personal dedication to the work of WG 1 and ISO/TC 211.

ISO/TC 211 invites the NB of USA to consider nomination of a replacement for Mr. Dabrowski as the WG 1 convenor.

   
Resolution 177 Marketing and testing of ISO/TC 211 standards

ISO/TC 211 encourages members to market all DIS as soon as they are available. ISO/TC 211 urges countries and organizations to implement and test the standards and to report the results to ISO/TC 211, so that the ISO/TC 211 standards can be refined. ISO/TC 211 encourages members to notify the secretariat in advance of any planned testing. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to maintain an open list of planned tests and results contributed.

Test results shall be taken into account during the amendment process.

   
Resolution 176 Cooperation with ISO/TC 204

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the constructive response from the ISO/TC 204 chairman, Mr. Martin Rowell, and resolves to establish a task force to support convergence between relevant ISO/TC 204 and ISO/TC 211 projects.

ISO/TC 211 invites members to nominate experts to the task force before April 15, 2001. The task force will be coordinated by Mr. Christopher J. Gower, the liaison representative to ISO/TC 204.

ISO/TC 211 asks the chairman to reply to the letter from the ISO/TC 204 chairman, informing him about the above.

   
Resolution 175 Working group membership

Given that many of the projects now have reached the stage were they are no longer the responsibility of the WGs, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to update the membership of working groups.

Each WG shall only include experts nominated to the projects assigned to that group. The assignment ceases when a project reaches the CD stage.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its thanks to all the experts that have been working in the projects that have now reached the CD, DIS, FDIS, TR or IS stage, for their contribution to the development of the drafts.

   
Resolution 174 Need for profiles of ISO 19107
Noting the proposal from the Danish national body regarding future work within WG 2 (document N 1068), ISO/TC 211 acknowledges the importance of developing profiles of ISO 19107, and invites the Swiss member body to develop a new work item proposal on this matter in cooperation with other interested parties.
   
Resolution 173 New work item on spatio-temporal schema
ISO/TC 211 requests Working Group 2 to submit to the Secretariat a new work item proposal for a spatio-temporal schema by the end of March 2001, and the Secretariat to distribute it for comments by the members.
   
Resolution 172 Recognition of new work items
ISO/TC 211 recognizes the approval of the following new work items:
 
WI 19129 Geographic information - Imagery, gridded and coverage data framework
        Project leader: Dr. Kian Fadaie
 
WI 19130 Geographic information - Sensor and data models for imagery and gridded data
        Project leader: Professor Liping Di, editor: Professor Wolfgang Kresse
   
Resolution 171 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no. WD CD 2. CD 3. CD DIS FDIS IS
19101 96-03 98-01 1998-12 2000-10 2001-05 2001-07
19102 96-09 98-07 1999-04 2001-09 2002-05 2002-07
19103 96-01 1999-07 DTS 2001-03 TS 2001-09
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11 2001-04 2001-12 2002-05 2002-07
19106 96-09 1999-11 2000-11 2001-11 2002-05 2002-07
19107 96-10 99-01 1999-11 2000-05 2001-04 2001-10 2001-12
19108 96-03 98-11 1999-11 2000-11 2001-06 2001-08
19109 96-09 98-12 2000-05 2000-11 2001-11 2002-05 2002-07
19110 96-09 98-04 1998-11 2001-03 2001-10 2001-12
19111 97-12 98-11 1999-11 2000-12 2001-07 2001-09
19112 96-03 98-05 1999-11 2001-03 2001-10 2001-12
19113 96-03 98-04 1998-11 1999-11 2001-02 2001-09 2001-11
19114 96-09 99-01 1999-11 2000-06 2001-04 2001-11 2002-01
19115 96-03 98-07 1999-11 2000-06 2001-04 2001-11 2002-01
19116 97-09 1999-11 2001-04 2001-09 2002-04 2002-06
19117 96-09 98-05 1999-06 1999-11 2001-06 2002-01 2002-03
19118 96-09 99-03 2000-05 2001-06 2002-01 2002-03
19119 96-09 2000-05 2001-02 2001-07 2002-02 2002-04
19120 PDTR 98-07 1999-04 TR 2001-03
19120 Amd. 1 TR 2002-04
19122 PDTR 2001-06 2001-09 TR 2001-12
19123 1999-04 2001-01 2001-07 2002-02 2002-09 2002-11
19124 Stage 0 RS* 2001-01
19125-1 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2001-06 2001-08
19125-2 99-09 1999-11 2000-08 2000-11 2001-06 2001-08
19125-3 2001-06 2001-12 2002-02
19126 2001-06 2001-12 2002-06 2002-08
19127 2001-06 DTS 2001-12 TS 2002-04
19128 2001-04 2001-10 2002-05 2002-07
19129 2001-09 DTS 2002-03 TS 2003-07
19130 2001-09 2001-12 2002-07 2002-09
*RS=Review summary
   
Resolution 170 Advisory Group on web server interface for geographic information
ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an Advisory Group to develop a framework for the web server interface standards for geographic information. The Advisory Group shall be coordinated by Mr. Michel Mellinger (CA) and it shall deliver a report outlining the framework to the Secretariat at least one month prior to the 13th plenary meeting. Members are invited to nominate experts to the Advisory Group by April 15 2001.
   
Resolution 169 Advisory Group on strategy

ISO/TC 211 resolves that the AG on strategy will convene for a 2 days meeting to discuss strategic directions, structure of the committee and marketing. ISO/TC 211 appreciates the invitation from Dr. Cliff Kottman to host the meeting in connection with the OGC meetings in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA, 2001-06-07/08.

ISO/TC 211 invites members to submit papers related to the strategy by 2001-05-01.

   
Resolution 168 Registration of ISO CD 19115, Geographic information - Metadata
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend CD 19115 (document N 1024) in cooperation with the chairman and the editor of the 19115 editing committee and the chairman of the Model Harmonizaton Team according to the following:
  • Expand the explanation of the core metadata set to include reference to the data dictionary element names;
  • Correct identified errors;
  • Make improvements to the XML DTD in the metadata profile Annex;
  • Make other editorial changes as required.
ISO/TC 211 further instructs the secretariat to forward the amended document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as DIS.
   
Resolution 167 Registration of ISO CD 19114, Geographic information - Quality evaluation procedures
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend CD 19114 (document N 1030) in cooperation with the chairman and the editor of the 19114 editing committee according to the following:
  • Improve consistency of the use of fundamental terms for quality evaluation;
  • Modification of some examples of quality measures in Annex D;
  • Revision of Annex E on sampling methods to simplify and make the content consistent with the main text;
  • Other editorial changes as required.
ISO/TC 211 further instructs the secretariat to forward the amended document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as DIS.
   
Resolution 166 Registration of ISO CD 19112, Geographic information - Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend CD 19112 (document N 1022) in cooperation with the editor of CD 19112 according to the following:
  • Clarification of presentation of UML models;
  • Other editorial changes as required.
ISO/TC 211 further instructs the secretariat to forward the amended document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as DIS.
   
Resolution 165 Registration of ISO CD 19107, Geographic information - Spatial schema as DIS

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend CD 19107 (document N 1032) in cooperation with the chairman and the editor of the editing committee.

ISO/TC 211 further instructs the secretariat to forward the amended document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as DIS.

   
Resolution 164 Updating of conformance clauses

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation and thanks to Dr. Kenichi Asai for his work updating the conformance clauses in the ISO/TC 211 draft standards in cooperation with the editing teams.

In anticipation of approval of the drafts, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to implement the updated conformance clauses in the following Draft International Standards, before they are issued as FDIS:

        ISO/DIS 19108 Geographic information - Temporal schema

        ISO/DIS 19111 Geographic information - Spatial referencing by coordinates

        ISO/DIS 19113 Geographic information - Quality principles

        ISO/DIS 19125-1 Geographic information - Simple feature access - Part 1: Common architecture

        ISO/DIS 19125-2 Geographic information - Simple feature access - Part 2: SQL option

 

ISO/TC 211 further instructs the secretariat to implement the updated conformance clauses in the following documents before they are sent to ISO to be issued as Draft International Standards:

        ISO/CD 19107 Geographic information - Spatial schema

        ISO/CD 19110 Geographic information - Feature cataloguing methodology

        ISO/CD 19112 Geographic information - Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers

        ISO/CD 19114 Geographic information - Quality evaluation procedures

        ISO/CD 19115 Geographic information - Metadata

 

ISO/TC 211 further instructs the editing committees of the following projects to implement updated conformance clauses in the drafts before they are forwarded to the secretariat as DIS proposals:

        ISO/CD 19106 Geographic information - Profiles

        ISO/CD 19109 Geographic information - Rules for application schema

        ISO/CD 19117 Geographic information - Portrayal

        ISO/CD 19118 Geographic information - Encoding

 

 

11th Plenary meeting in Reston 2000-09-07 - 2000-09-08 (N0985)

Resolution 163 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
12th plenary 2001-03-08/09 Lisbon, Portugal
13th plenary 2001-10/11 TBD - Possibly Australia
14th plenary 2002-03 TBD - Possibly Thailand
 
Provisions are made for editing committee meetings and WG meetings in Portugal prior to the plenary.
   
Resolution 162 Invitation to SEDRIS to apply for liaison
ISO/TC 211 invites the SEDRIS organization to apply for liaison status with ISO/TC 211.
   
Resolution 161 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project
no. WD CD 2. CD 3. CD DIS FDIS IS
19101 96-03 98-01 1998-12 2000-09 2001-03 2001-06
19102 96-09 98-07 1999-04 2001-09 2002-05 2002-07
19103 96-01 1999-07 2000- 2001-09
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11 2000-11 2001-05 2001-07
19105 96-09 98-04 1998-10 1999-08 2000-08 2000-11
19106 96-09 1999-11 2000-11 2001-06 2001-11 2002-01
19107 96-10 99-01 1999-11 2000-05 2000-11 2001-04 2001-06
19108 96-03 98-11 1999-11 2000-09 2001-02 2001-04
19109 96-09 98-12 2000-05 2000-11 2001-07 2001-09 2001-11
19110 96-09 98-04 1998-11 2000-11 2001-04 2001-06
19111 97-12 98-11 1999-11 2000-09 2001-02 2001-04
19112 96-03 98-05 1999-12 2000-11 2001-04 2001-06
19113 96-03 98-04 1998-11 1999-11 2000-09 2001-02 2001-04
19114 96-09 99-01 1999-11 2000-06 2000-12 2001-05 2001-07
19115 96-03 98-07 1999-11 2000-06 2000-11 2001-05 2001-07
19116 97-09 1999-11 2000-09 2001-04 2001-10 2001-12
19117 96-09 98-05 1999-06 1999-11 2000-09 2001-03 2001-05
19118 96-09 99-03 2000-05 2000-11 2001-05 2001-07
19119 96-09 2000-05 2000-11 2001-05 2001-11 2002-01
19120 PDTR 98-07 1999-04 TR 2000-09
19121 PDTR 98-11 1999-06 TR 2000-09
19122 PDTR 2001-06 2001-09 TR 2001-12
19123 1999-04 2000-11 2001-05 2001-11 2002-05 2002-07
19124 Stage 0 RS* 2001-01
19125-1 1999-11 2000-09 2001-03 2001-05
19125-2 2000-09 2001-03 2001-05
19126 2001-06 2001-12 2002-06 2002-08
19127 2001-04 2001-10 2002-04 2002-06
*RS=Review summary
   
Resolution 160 Workshop on standards in action

ISO/TC 211 resolves to arrange a workshop on standards implementation experiences. The workshop will be arranged on Wednesday 7 March 2001, prior to the plenary in Lisbon.

ISO/TC 211 invites the national bodies of Australia, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Russia, Switzerland, USA, and other member bodies to prepare presentations and to assess the applicability of standard testbeds at the workshop in Lisbon.

The preparations for the workshop will be coordinated by the chairman of ISO/TC 211.

Members who want to give presentations shall notify the secretariat no later than 2000-12-31, and provide an outline of their presentations and additional requirements.

   
Resolution 159 Presentations from member bodies

ISO/TC 211 thanks Germany for the presentation of the ALKIS-ATKIS modelling and Australia for their contribution at the Model Harmonization Team meeting; Japan for their presentation to the Advisory Group on strategic directions; Switzerland for their entertaining presentation of their practical implementations at a separate workshop; and Belgium for their presentation in the plenary.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates the presentation from ESRI and IONIC on the implementation of simple feature access and web map server interface.

ISO/TC 211 appreciates these demonstrations of the implementation of these developing standards.

   
Resolution 158 Liaison representatives to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32
ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from Canada for Mr. Yves Hudon as an additional liaison from ISO/TC 211 to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32.
   
Resolution 157 Liaison representatives to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35
ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from the United Kingdom for Mr. Martin Ford as an additional liaison from ISO/TC 211 to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35.
   
Resolution 156 Liaison representatives to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24

ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from the United States for Dr. Charles Roswell to replace Mr. Martin Ford as the liaison from ISO/TC 211 to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. Martin Ford for his work on this liaison.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Ms. Laura Moore for her work on this liaison. Ms. Moore will now resign as representative from ISO/TC 211, as she is now appointed acting chair of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24.

   
Resolution 155 New work items
ISO/TC 211 resolves that, in the event that a new work item proposal has not been reviewed widely within ISO/TC 211 during its development, it shall be distributed to P-members, O-members, and Category-A liaison organizations for review and comment prior to formal balloting.  Upon receiving the comments, the Secretariat may, at its discretion, ask the proposer to modify the proposal based on the comments prior to circulation for ballot.
   
Resolution 154 Convenor of Working Group 3
ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the nomination from the United Kingdom of Dr. Robert Walker as convenor of Working Group 3.
   
Resolution 153 Convenor of Working Group 2
ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the nomination from South Africa of Mr. Antony Cooper as new convenor of Working Group 2.
   
Resolution 152 Proposed resolutions of the Editing Committee (EC) on 19104: Terminology
1.     In accordance with the Cape Town resolution the Editing Committee shall submit the ISO CD 19104 for DIS ballot to the ISO/TC 211 Secretariat. Target date 2000/11. 
2.     An on-line database of terms shall be made available as soon as possible to National Bodies for comments, except on the terms, in time for discussion at the 12th ISO/TC 211 plenary. Initially this database shall contain terms included in at least ISO projects 19101 - 19119. It is intended to keep this database updated as and when necessary with terms, definitions and abbreviations arising from all documents published by ISO/TC 211. 
3.     ISO CD 19104 shall be issued without the existing Clauses 7, 8 and Annex B relating to specific terms as these will be maintained in the on-line database.  An annex shall be provided for the purpose of prescribing the maintenance of the database. 
4.     A special group shall be established to prepare the work of terminology maintenance during the 19104 DIS process and to discuss the comments received on the database. 
5.     The group shall consist of Martin Ford as chairman, together with current editing committee.
   
Resolution 151 Proposal for a registry

In response to resolutions 133 and 134 at the Cape Town plenary, a successful workshop on registry was held in Reston on Wednesday, September 6. The workshop had many good contributions from other organizations with practical advice and experience for how to proceed for ISO/TC 211. ISO/TC 211 wishes to express its thanks to those organizations, and to Mr. Yves Hudon and the rest of his group for preparing the workshop.

ISO/TC 211 establishes an Advisory Group for Registry to work until the next plenary. Based upon the results of the workshop, the group shall prepare a concrete proposal on the establishment and use of a registry for the requirements of ISO/TC 211. The proposal shall include the practical arrangement and procedures for the registry, and - as far as a possible - a practical pilot demonstration of an internet based tool for the registry. The proposal shall be circulated at least one month before the next plenary in Lisbon, and shall be presented at the plenary.

The group shall consist of Mr. Yves Hudon, Mr. Erhard Pross, Mr. David Danko, Mr. Parry Wiseman, Mr. Cliff Kottman, Mr. Abdullah Al-Shahrani, Mr. Douglas O'Brien and Mr. Herman Dohmann and shall operate in close contact with the secretariat.

ISO/TC 211 accepts Mr. Yves Hudon's offers to coordinate the work.

   
Resolution 150 ISO/TC 211 Business Plan
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to make the necessary editorial corrections and updates to the proposed ISO/TC 211 Business Plan (document N 966) and forward it to ISO for approval.
   
Resolution 149 Link on the ISO Central Secretariat WEB pages to ISO/TC 211
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to contact the ISO Central Secretariat to make sure that link to the ISO/TC 211 Web pages is included in the information about ISO/TC 211 on the ISO Web pages.
   
Resolution 148 Delegation to the meeting of the Joint steering group for spatial standardization and related interoperability in Reston, 2000-09-11/12
ISO/TC 211 appoints the following delegation to represent ISO/TC 211 at the Joint Steering Group for Spatial Standardization and Related Interoperability which will be held in Reston, 2000-09-11/12: 
        Mr. Søren Alexandersen 
        Mr. Antony Cooper, 
        Mr. C. Douglas O'Brien 
        Dr. Charles Roswell 
        Mr. John Rowley 
        Mr. Henry Tom
   
Resolution 147 Registration of ISO CD 19111, Geographic information - Spatial referencing by coordinates as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend CD 19111 (document N 934) in cooperation with the chairman and the editor of the editing committee, according to the following:
Revise definitions for 'geodetic datum', 'Greenwich meridian', 'mean sea level';
Preface terms 'conversion', 'operation' and 'transformation' by 'coordinate';
Remove inconsistency in requirements of a geodetic datum;
Correct figures 1 and 2;
Add reference for basic UML datatypes;
Change the example in Annex E.4;
Make other editorial changes as required.
ISO/TC 211 further instructs the secretariat to forward the amended document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as DIS.
   
Resolution 146 Registration of ISO CD 19113, Geographic information - Quality principles as DIS

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend ISO CD 19113 (document N 919) in cooperation with the chairman and the editor of the editing committee, according to the following: 
 
Replace 4.3 Conformance quality level definition by the definition given in ISO CD 19114;
Harmonize the use of the term "data quality evaluation procedure" with ISO CD 19114;
Modify 6.1.5.3 Data quality evaluation procedures to include reporting quality information as one part of the quality evaluation procedure;
Make other editorial changes as required.

ISO/TC 211 further instructs the secretariat to forward the amended document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as DIS.

   
Resolution 145 Registration of ISO CD 19108, Geographic information - Temporal schema as DIS
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to make the necessary editorial corrections to the present CD 19108, document N 936, and forward the document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as DIS.
   
Resolution 144 Registration of ISO CD 19125-1 Geographic information - Simple feature access - Part 1: Common architecture and ISO CD 19125-2 Geographic information - Simple feature access - Part 2: SQL option as DIS

ISO/TC 211 agrees to separation of CD 19125-1 (document N 932) into two parts as presented in document N 968.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to:

1.    make necessary editorial amendments of the drafts

ISO CD 19125-1, Geographic information - Simple feature access - Part 1: Common architecture (document N 969)
ISO CD 19125-2, Geographic information - Simple feature access - Part 2: SQL option (document N 970)
2.    forward CD 19125-1 and CD 19125-2 to the ISO Central Secretariat for registration and publication as DIS.

   
Resolution 143 Registration of ISO CD 19110, Geographic information - Feature cataloguing methodology as DIS

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to amend CD 19110 (document N 938) in cooperation with the chairman and the editor of the editing committee, the chairman of the Model Harmonizaton Team and the editor of the CD 19109 editing committee according to the following:
Annex B (normative) in ISO CD 19110 will include General Feature Model (GFM) from ISO CD 19109, Rules for application schema.
Annex B will include mapping of concepts in ISO CD 19110 to classes in GFM, with explanations of the differences.
Additions will be made to the GFM to document requirements for feature catalogues, with possible recommended improvements to future editions of GFM in ISO 19109.
Table B.1 and Figure B.1 shall be consistent.
Add "inverse relationship" to example catalogue (Annex D.2) to be consistent with Table B.1.
Change domain in Table B.1, element 34, from "IDL basic data types" to "free text".
Extend "feature catalogue" section of Table B.1 to allow references to external sources for (a) definitions of attribute values, (b) codes for features, attributes, attribute values, and relationships, and (c) data types for attribute values.
Make other editorial changes as required.

ISO/TC 211 further instructs the secretariat to forward the amended document to the ISO Central Secretariat for publication as DIS.

   
Resolution 142 Location based services

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an Advisory Group for Location Based Services under the chairmanship of Mr. John Rowley. This group will be open to all members of ISO/TC 211 and shall seek liaison nominations from other standards authorities, for example, members of the Joint Steering Group for Spatial Standardization and Related Interoperability.  The Advisory Group shall evaluate the adequacy of standards being developed in ISO/TC 211 and other existing international standards as a source of requirements and readily available solutions. 
 
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for nominations from the bodies mentioned above. The nominations shall be made within 6 weeks from the call notice.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the Advisory Group to prepare a NWI proposing a Stage 0 Review Summary as soon as possible.
ISO/TC 211 authorizes the Advisory Group to begin work in advance of the acceptance of the NWI.

The group shall have the option to present required draft NWIs to the 12th plenary.

   
Resolution 141 Liaison request from the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Union

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the request from the Joint Research Centre of the European Union to transfer the present liaison with the Centre for Earth Observation, which is now being closed down, to JRC (document N 965). ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to ask the ISO Central Secretariat to establish the new liaison with JRC.

 

 

10th Plenary meeting in Cape Town 2000-03-09 - 2000-03-10 (N0886)

Resolution 140 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
11th plenary 2000-09-07/08 Reston, USA
12th plenary 2001-03-08/09 Lisbon, Portugal
13th plenary 2001/2002 TBD
Provisions are made for editing committee meetings and WG meetings in the USA and Portugal prior to the plenary.
   
Resolution 139 WG 2 convenor resignation

ISO/TC 211 regrets Dr. Ken Bullock's resignation as WG 2 convenor and thanks him for the excellent work and his personal dedication to the work of WG 2 and ISO/TC 211.

ISO/TC 211 request the NB of Australia to consider nomination of a replacement for Dr. Bullock as the WG 2 convenor.

   
Resolution 138 New member of ISO/TC 211 - OGC Coordination Group (TOCG)
ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from Canada, and appoints Mr. Paul Morin as a new member of the ISO/TC 211 - OGC Coordination Group (TOCG).
   
Resolution 137 New work item proposal on product specifications

In view of national body comments submitted on CD 19106 Geographic information - Profiles, more work is required in the areas of product specifications and implementation specifications.

ISO/TC 211 asks the chairman of the 19106 editing committee, Mr. Parry Wiseman, to organize the drafting of a new work item proposal on product specifications.

   
Resolution 136 Request for liaison with ISO/TC 130
ISO/TC 211 instructs its secretariat to request liaison with ISO/TC 130 Graphic technology.
   
Resolution 135 Interim terminology maintenance procedures 

ISO/TC 211 authorizes the ISO 19104 Terminology editing committee to review the ISO 19104 document and to make recommendations as follows:

The ISO 19104 Terminology editing committee is authorized to meet periodically until the formation of a maintenance agency for purposes of conducting the activities listed below. The activities described below will be directed by Mr. Martin Ford as Editing committee chairman.
The ISO 19104 Terminology editing committee shall make recommendations for amendments under ISO Directives 1, clauses 2.10.2 and 2.10.3. through NWIPs after ISO 19104 reaches DIS stage.
The Terminology editing committee shall receive recommendations from other ISO/TC 211 ECs on terminology, report progress of harmonization effort and recommend terminology maintenance procedures.
The efforts shall be guided by the scope and purpose statements for ISO 19104 Terminology as approved by ISO/TC 211. The ISO 19104 Terminology editing committee may recommend revision of its terms of reference and scope after six months.
The ISO 19104 Terminology editing committee will establish a web database of the terminology of geographic information prior to the elevation of ISO 19104 to DIS. This shall be done in cooperation with the secretariat.
The ISO 19104 Terminology editing committee may propose terminology maintenance procedures for ISO/TC 211 to be presented at the next plenary.

   
Resolution 134 ISO/TC 211 maintenance agency and registration authority

ISO/TC 211 requests that the secretariat consults with the ISO Central Secretariat and provide recommendations for establishing a maintenance agency and registration authority.

The result of the enquiry shall be circulated at the latest one month prior to the Reston plenary.

   
Resolution 133 Study of the use of registry for elements

ISO/TC 211 requests that NBs, WG convenors, and project leaders examine the requirements for registries of elements within the ISO/TC 211 standards in preparation for a workshop to be held in connection with the next plenary meeting, which will address the manner by which registration of elements such as metadata elements can be handled.

The issue of code lists and multi-lingual free text shall also be addressed in the workshop.

ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer from Canada, Saudi Arabia, UK and USA to provide an analysis to be presented at the workshop. Mr. Yves Hudon offers to coordinate the work.

Contributions to the analysis should be provided to the secretariat by June 1, 2000.

The implementation of such registries will not be permitted to impact the schedule of work on any standard.

   
Resolution 132 Editing committee guideline

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to revise the editing committee guidelines to include pre-processing of comments prior to meetings, and distribute the updated guidelines to the members.

ISO/TC 211 reminds the editing committees to resolve and adjudicate all comments and to assure explanation is given for rejected comments.

   
Resolution 131 Liaison representative to ISO/TC 46/WG 2
ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from the United Kingdom, and appoints Dr. Robert Walker as liaison representative from ISO/TC 211 to ISO/TC 46/WG 2.
   
Resolution 130 Liaison representative to ISO/TC 204

ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from the United Kingdom, and appoints Mr. Chris Gower as liaison representative from ISO/TC 211 to ISO/TC 204 to replace Professor Tschangho Kim, who wants to relinquish his position.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Professor Kim for his work on this liaison.

   
Resolution 129 Liaison representative to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24
ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from the United Kingdom, and appoints Mr. Martin Ford as liaison representative from ISO/TC 211 to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 in addition to Ms. Laura Moore.
   
Resolution 128 Liaison representative to the International Association of Geodesy (IAG)
ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from the United States of America, and appoints Mr. Larry Hothem as liaison representative from ISO/TC 211 to IAG.
   
Resolution 127 Liaison representative to CEOS/WGISS
ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from the United States of America, and appoints Mr. George Percivall as liaison representative from ISO/TC 211 to CEOS/WGISS.
   
Resolution 126 Liaison representative to the Open GIS Consortium, Inc. (OGC)
ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from the United Kingdom, and appoints Mr. John Rowley to represent ISO/TC 211 to OGC in addition to Mr. Olaf Østensen.
   
Resolution 125 Editor for WI 19119
ISO/TC 211 welcomes the offer from the United States of America, and appoints Mr. George Percivall as editor for WI 19119, to assist the project leader in drafting the CD.
   
Resolution 124 Agreement between Digital Geographic Information Working Group (DGIWG) and ISO/TC 211

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the draft cooperation agreement from DGIWG, and asks its members to submit comments to the secretariat by 2000-04-01.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to prepare a revised draft based upon the comments, in consultation with the ISO Central Secretariat, DGIWG's steering committee and the ISO/TC 211 advisory group on strategic directions, and submit the revised draft for a letter ballot by 2000-07-01.

   
Resolution 123 Conformance statement for ISO/TC 211 standards

ISO/TC 211 requests the secretariat to conduct a request for comments regarding the inclusion of the following conformance statement in each of the ISO/TC 211 standards:

Conformance to the ISO/TC 211 suite of standards

The objectives of the ISO/TC 211 standards, which include inter-working and data sharing, can be realised only if products are fully compliant. Nevertheless it is recognised that ensuring full compliance can be onerous and in some cases unnecessary. Consequently there are two levels of compliance with the ISO/TC 211 suite of standards.

Level A Full compliance

Full compliance to the ISO/TC 211 suite of standards requires that specifications, including any profile or functional standard, shall:

a)    include a conformance clause and an abstract test suite in accordance with ISO 19105,

b)    state, in the conformance clause, to which standards in the 19100 series it conforms,

c)    not conflict with any standard in the 19100 series and

d)    include in the conformance clause the statement - 'The requirements of this document do not conflict with any ISO/TC 211 standard.'

Level B compliance

Level B compliance to the 19100 suite of standards requires that specifications, including any profile or functional standard, shall:

a)    include a conformance clause and an abstract test suite in accordance with ISO 19105,

b)    state, in the conformance clause, to which standards in the 19100 series it conforms and,

c)    include in the conformance clause the statement - 'Conformance with other 19100 series standards is not known and consequently a conflict may exist which will prevent inter-working and/or data sharing with fully compliant products.

   
Resolution 122 Allocation of new work items

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the approval of the following new work items:

Geographic information - Profile - FACC Data Dictionary

ISO/TC 211 assigns the new project to Working Group 3, and the project leader is Ms. Debra LaMarque.

Geographic information - Functional standards - Technical amendment

ISO/TC 211 assigns the new project to Working Group 5, and the project leader is Ms. Debra LaMarque.

Geographic information - Geodetic codes and parameters

ISO/TC 211 assigns the new project to Working Group 3, and the project leader is Ms. Julie Binder Maitra.

   
Resolution 121 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work Bold = Delivered documents 
Project no WD CD 2. CD 3. CD DIS FDIS IS
19101 96-03 98-01 1998-12 2000-06 2001-01 2001-03
19102 96-09 98-07 1999-04 2001-09 2002-05 2002-07
19103 96-01 1999-07 2000- 05 TS 2000-11
19104 96-09 1999-05 1999-11 2000-05 2000-11 2001-06 2001-08
19105 96-09 98-04 1998-10 1999-08 2000-03 2000-05
19106 96-09 1999-11 2000-11 2001-04 2001-09 2001-11
19107 96-10 99-01 1999-11 2000-05 2000-10 2001-03 2001-05
19108 96-03 98-11 1999-11 2000-07 2000-12 2001-02
19109 96-09 98-12 2000-03 2000-07 2000-12 2001-05 2001-08
19110 96-09 98-04 1998-11 2000-04 2000-09 2000-11
19111 97-12 98-11 1999-11 2000-05 2000-10 2000-12
19112 96-03 98-05 1999-12 2000-05 2000-10 2000-12
19113 96-03 98-04 1998-11 1999-11 2000-03 2000-08 2000-10
19114 96-09 99-01 1999-11 2000-06 2000-11 2001-04 2001-06
19115 96-03 98-07 1999-11 2000-05 2000-11 2001-05 2001-07
19116 97-09 1999-11 2000-04 2000-08 2001-02 2001-04
19117 96-09 98-05 1999-06 1999-11 2000-04 2000-09 2000-11
19118 96-09 99-03 2000-03 2000-07 2000-12 2001-02
19119 96-09 2000-03 2000-07 2000-12 2001-05 2001-08
19120 PDTR 98-07 1999-04 TR  2000-03
19121 PDTR 98-11 1999-06 TR  2000-03
19122 PDTR 2000-12 2001-06 TR 2001-09
19123 1999-04 2000-05 2000-11 2001-05 2001-11 2002-01
19124 Stage 0 ER  2001-01
19125-1 1999-11 2000-05 2000-10 2000-12
   
Resolution 120 Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI)
ISO/TC 211 recognizes the GSDI initiative and encourages its member representatives going to the GSDI conference in Cape Town next week, to promote a closer cooperation between GSDI and ISO/TC 211, and to consider the possibilities for GSDI to apply for class A liaison with ISO/TC 211.
   
Resolution 119 Coordination of spatial standardization

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the offer of ISO/IEC JTC 1 to host at most two meetings to discuss planning of spatial standardization. ISO/TC 211 thanks Mr. Martin Ford for his conduct of the first meeting in California and agrees with the draft Position Paper that resulted from the meeting.

As a response to the demand for a more permanent structure, ISO/TC 211 suggests the formation of a coordination group, consisting of interested parties, and is willing to chair this coordination group. The group should be open for ISO committees and subcommittees and selected liaison and other organizations, including the Open GIS Consortium, DGIWG and the SEDRIS organization.

The coordination group should identify technical overlaps and opportunities for cooperation in the joint development of spatial standards.

ISO/TC 211 requests Mr. Martin Ford to include this item on the agenda for the next meeting of the group in Geneva in May.

   
Resolution 118 Cooperation with ISO/IEC JTC 1

ISO/TC 211 instructs its secretariat to address ISO/IEC JTC 1 expressing its concern about the proposed change of Area of Work for ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 to include "environmental representation" or "synthetic environment". These terms are not well defined, and are too general to be used without conflicts with the scopes of other ISO committees/subcommittees, and specifically with ISO/TC 211.

ISO/TC 211 instructs its secretariat to contact ISO/IEC JTC 1 with a request to review the ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 Area of Work before it goes out for balloting.

Recent new work item proposals in ISO/IEC JTC 1 appear to have technical overlap that needs to be resolved. ISO/TC 211 acknowledges the demand for extending the work of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 in the direction of modelling and simulation. This should be done based upon and as an extension to the work of ISO/TC 211. ISO/TC 211 offers to cooperate with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 to achieve this.

   
Resolution 117 Testbed for ISO/TC 211 standards

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the value of the Open GIS Consortium (OGC) WEB Mapping Testbed for testing multiple vendor implementations of standards and the interoperability of these implementations. Consequently ISO/TC 211 asks the ISO/TC 211 - OGC Coordination Group (TOCG) to request that OGC tests the drafts of the Geographic information Metadata and Portrayal standards. The version of the documents is to be defined by the TOCG.

The result of such testing will be used for further refinement of these standards as they progress to final approval as ISO standards.

ISO/TC 211 encourages its member nations to assist OGC in recruiting sponsors to champion these efforts.

   
Resolution 116 Liaison request from the World Meteorological Organization

The request from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) for a class A liaison (document N 833) was approved without comments by the ISO/TC 211 members. The liaison has already been established by the ISO Central Secretariat, and ISO/TC 211 welcomes WMO as a liaison member.

 

 

9th Plenary meeting in Kyoto 1999-09-29 - 1999-09-30 (N0794)

Resolution 115 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 instructs the Secretariat, with the assistance of Convenors and others, as necessary, to create and maintain a schedule of the individual PT, EC and other meetings required through to, and including the meetings in South Africa in 2000-03.

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

10th plenary 2000-03-09/10 Cape Town, South Africa 
11th plenary 2000-09-07/08 Reston, USA, to be reconfirmed 
12th plenary 2001-03 Portugal, dates to be confirmed 
13th plenary 2001-09/10 TBD 
Provisions for WG meetings and editing meetings are made in Cape Town. Provisions for these meetings will also be made in connection with the 11th and 12th plenary.

   
Resolution 114 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work

Project no

15046-1 WD 96-03, CD 98-01, CD2 98-12, DIS 1999-12, FDIS 2000-06, IS 2000-08

15046-2 WD 96-09, CD 98-07, CD2 99-04, DIS 2001-09, FDIS 2002-05, IS 2002-07
15046-3 WD 96-01, CD 1999-07, CD2 2000-03, TS 2000-09
15046-4 WD 96-09, CD 1999-05, CD2 1999-11, CD3 2000-05, DIS 2000-11, FDIS 2001-06, IS 2001-08
15046-5 WD 96-09, CD 98-04, CD2 98-10, DIS 1999-08, FDIS 2000-01, IS 2000-03
15046-6 WD 96-09, CD 1999-11, CD2 2000-03, DIS 2000-08, FDIS 2001-01, IS 2001-03
15046-7 WD 96-10, CD 99-01, CD2 1999-11, CD3 2000-03, DIS 2000-08, FDIS 2001-01, IS 2001-03
15046-8 WD 96-03, CD 98-11, CD2 1999-11, DIS 2000-05, FDIS 2000-10, IS 2000-12
15046-9 WD 96-09, CD 98-12, CD2 1999-11, CD3 2000-03, DIS 2000-08, FDIS 2001-01, IS 2001-03
15046-10 WD 96-09, CD 98-04, CD2 98-11, DIS 1999-12, FDIS 2000-05, IS 2000-07
15046-11 WD 97-12, CD 98-11, CD2 1999-10, DIS 2000-05, FDIS 2000-10, IS 2000-12
15046-12 WD 96-03, CD 98-05, CD2 1999-10, DIS 2000-05, FDIS 2000-10, IS 2000-12
15046-13 WD 96-03, CD 98-04, CD2 98-11, CD3 1999-11, DIS 2000-03, FDIS 2000-08, IS 2000-10
15046-14 WD 96-09, CD 99-01, CD2 1999-11, CD3 2000-03, DIS 2000-08, FDIS 2001-01, IS 2001-03
15046-15 WD 96-03, CD 98-07, CD2 1999-11, CD 3 2000-05, DIS 2000-11, FDIS 2001-05, IS 2001-07
15046-16 WD 97-09, CD 1999-11, CD2 2000-03, DIS 2000-07, FDIS 2001-01, IS 2001-03
15046-17 WD 96-09, CD 98-05, CD2 99-06, CD3 1999-11, DIS 2000-03, FDIS 2000-08, IS 2000-10
15046-18 WD 96-09, CD 99-03, CD2 1999-11, DIS 2000-03, FDIS 2000-08, IS 2000-10
15046-19 WD 96-09, CD 1999-11, CD2 2000-03, DIS 2000-08, FDIS 2001-01, IS 2001-03
15854 PDTR 98-07, PDTR2 1999-04, TR 1999-12
16569 PDTR 98-11, PDTR2 1999-06, TR 1999-12
16822 PDTR 2000-12, PDTR2 2001-06, TR 2001-09
17753 WD 1999-04, CD 2000-03, CD2 2000-09, DIS 2001-03, FDIS 2001-09, IS 2001-12
17754 Stage 0
SQL CD 1999-11, DIS 2000-03, FDIS 2000-10, IS 2000-12
   
Resolution 113 Working Group 5
ISO/TC 211 resolves that Working Group 5 shall be convened by Mr. Doug O'Brien, project leader of 15046-6, Geographic information - Part 6: Profiles.
   
Resolution 112 Work item 16822
ISO/TC 211 resolves than work item 16822 be removed from WG 5. The project is not assigned to any WG at this time, and the project leader will convene meetings.
   
Resolution 111 Committee Drafts for 2nd vote

ISO/TC 211 decides that the following committee drafts shall be sent out for a 2nd vote:

CD 15046-13 Geographic information - Part 13: Quality principles 
CD 15046-17 Geographic information - Part 17: Portrayal

ISO/TC 211 instructs the editing committee to submit the new drafts to the secretariat at the latest by 1999-11-15 in order to have the comments back for editing at the meetings in South Africa in March 2000.

   
Resolution 110 2nd Committee Drafts for comments

ISO/TC 211 decides that the following committee drafts shall be sent out for a 2nd round of comments before being sent out for voting:

CD 15046-7 Geographic information - Part 7 Spatial schema 
CD 15046-9 Geographic information - Part 9: Rules for application schema 
CD 15046-14 Geographic information - Part 14: Quality evaluation procedures 
CD 15046-15 Geographic information - Part 15: Metadata

ISO/TC 211 instructs the editing committee to submit the new drafts to the secretariat at the latest by 1999-11-15 in order to have the comments back for editing at the meetings in South Africa in March 2000.

   
Resolution 109 Renumbering of the ISO/TC 211 projects
ISO/TC 211 endorses the proposal to renumber the projects within the committee in the new number series allocated by the ISO Central Secretariat, that is, all projects being numbered in the range 19100 and 19199. The existing project numbers will be changed according to the table below.
 
New number (Old number) Title
19101 (15046-1) Geographic information - Reference model
19102 (15046-2) Geographic information - Overview
19103 (15046-3) Geographic information - Conceptual schema language
19104 (15046-4) Geographic information - Terminology
19105 (15046-5) Geographic information - Conformance and testing
19106 (15046-6) Geographic information - Profiles
19107 (15046-7) Geographic information - Spatial schema
19108 (15046-8) Geographic information - Temporal schema
19109 (15046-9) Geographic information - Rules for application schema
19110 (15046-10) Geographic information - Feature cataloguing methodology
19111 (15046-11) Geographic information - Spatial referencing by coordinates
19112 (15046-12) Geographic information - Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers
19113 (15046-13) Geographic information - Quality principles
19114 (15046-14) Geographic information - Quality evaluation procedures
19115 (15046-15) Geographic information - Metadata
19116 (15046-16) Geographic information - Positioning services
19117 (15046-17) Geographic information - Portrayal
19118 (15046-18) Geographic information - Encoding
19119 (15046-19) Geographic information - Services
19120 (15854) Geographic information - Functional standards
19121 (16569) Geographic information - Imagery and gridded data
19122 (16822) Geographic information - Qualifications and certification of personnel
19123 (17753) Geographic information - Schema for coverage geometry and functions
19124 (17754) Geographic information - Imagery and gridded data components
 
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat, in cooperation with the convenors and project leaders, to update the drafts according to the new numbers.
   
Resolution 108 New work item: Geographic information - Simple feature access - SQL option

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the positive voting result of the new work item proposal, Geographic information - Simple feature access - SQL option. ISO/TC 211 assigns the new project to Working Group 4, and the project leader is Mr. John Rowley.

ISO/TC 211 asks Working Group 4 to prepare the Committee Draft for ballot by 1999-11-15, based on the draft accompanying the new work item proposal and the comments accompanying the votes on this proposal.

   
Resolution 107 Advisory Group for the creation of strategic direction statement for ISO/TC 211

The ISO/TC 211 Secretariat will be required to develop a business plan for the committee. As a preparation for this work, ISO/TC 211 resolves that an Advisory Group shall be established to analyze strategic directions and to identify relevant policies and/or options for ISO/TC 211. ISO/TC 211 invites each P-member to provide one member for this group. The advisory group shall consult all appropriate parties.

ISO/TC 211 secretariat will as necessary distribute agendas and announce date and location for the meeting(s) of the advisory group. The chairman will convene the meeting(s).

The first draft of the strategic direction statement shall be presented at the 10th Plenary meeting 2000-03-09/10.

   
Resolution 106 Terminology editing committee

ISO/TC 211 resolves that the terms of reference of the editing committee for Terminology shall include, hereafter, the following procedure for making decisions on terms, concepts and definitions:

The editing committee for Terminology shall at the Cape Town editing meeting make the necessary decisions, based on formal comments on the next Terminology CD, to ensure that all terms listed in the normative clause(s) of Terminology CD shall have a single definition where consensus is achieved. Similarly, the EC shall ensure that individual concepts are associated with only a single term and definition. These decisions shall be made in accordance with N 651. Thereafter, all ISO/TC 211 documents shall use the terms, concepts, and definitions in the Terminology standard. Document WG 1 N 207 contains all current terms used in ISO/TC 211. Any changes by editors need to be received by 1999-10-21.

The next release of Terminology shall be distributed as a CD for Comment in accordance with the decisions of the Editing Management Committee. This document shall contain all terms and definitions used in the different ISO/TC 211 drafts including terms that currently have multiple definitions.

Any terms or concepts for which consensus cannot be gained on a single definition shall be placed in an informative annex of the Terminology standard containing candidate terms.

All Project Leaders and Editors shall receive a copy of comments on the next Terminology CD, and are requested to provide feedback before the editing committee meeting to resolve differences in use of terms, concepts, and definitions.

   
Resolution 105 Equivalence tables

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the need for Cultural and Linguistic Adaptability in the ISO/TC 211 standards and the utility of providing additional information to assist an encoding process.

ISO/TC 211 requests that the Encoding Project Team with Canada's assistance produce a case study/test of the use of equivalence tables for the use of localization and encoding. The study shall be sent out for review by the national bodies one month prior to the Cape Town meetings.

Pending a successful review of this test, ISO/TC 211 adopts the use of equivalence tables.

   
Resolution 104 Cultural and Linguistic Adaptability (CLA)

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the principles of CLA and the related work of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the offer from the NB of Canada to carry out a survey of relevant places in the standards under development by ISO/TC 211 where CLA should be taken into account. The survey, which shall include an impact analysis, shall be presented at the next plenary, where ISO/TC 211 shall decide how to implement the principles.

Compliance with CLA principles should not delay the progress of accepted work items - where appropriate work on technical addenda, or other means, should be started as soon as practically possible.

   
Resolution 103 Request for liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35
ISO/TC 211 welcomes the invitation from ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35 User Interfaces, and instructs the secretariat to contact SC 35, to establish liaison between the two committees. ISO/TC 211 appoints Mr. Yves Hudon to serve as liaison representative from ISO/TC 211 to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35.
   
Resolution 102 Liaison request from The Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS)
ISO/TC 211 welcomes the request for class A liaison from The Committee on Earth Observation Satellites, Working Group on Information Systems and Services (CEOS/WGISS), and instructs the secretariat to advise the ISO Central Secretariat to accept the application.

 

 

8th Plenary meeting in Beijing 1999-03-04 - 1999-03-05 (N0695)

Resolution 101 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
9th plenary 1999-09-29/30 Kyoto, Japan
10th plenary 2000-03-09/10 South Africa, venue to be confirmed
11th plenary 2000-09-28/29 USA, venue to be confirmed
12th plenary 2001-03/04 Portugal - to be confirmed
Provisions for WG meetings are made in Japan. Provisions for WG meetings will also be made in connection with the 10th and 11th plenary.
   
Resolution 100 Members' participation
Referring to document N 675 ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to
notify the ISO Central Secretariat to make sure that P-members that have been persistently inactive have their membership status changed to O-members.
notify those P-members that have failed to vote and/or participate that unless they provide an undertaking to increase their participation within 3 months, the ISO Central Secretariat will be notified to change their membership to O-member.
   
Resolution 99 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
Project no WD CD 2. CD DIS FDIS IS
15046-1 WD 96-03, CD 98-01, CD2 98-12, DIS 99-05, FDIS 99-11, IS 2000-02
15046-2 WD 96-09, CD 98-07, CD2 99-04, DIS 99-10, FDIS 2000-04, IS 2000-07
15046-3 WD 96-01, DTS 99-05, DTS2 99-11 TS 99-11
15046-4 WD 96-09, CD 99-12, CD2 2000-05, DIS 2000-11, FDIS 2001-05, IS 2001-08
15046-5 WD 96-09, CD 98-04, CD2 98-10, DIS 99-04, FDIS 99-10, IS 2000-04
15046-6 WD 96-09, CD 99-06, CD2 99-12, DIS 2000-06, FDIS 2000-12, IS 2001-03
15046-7 WD 96-10, CD 98-12, CD2 99-09, DIS 2000-03, FDIS 2000-09, IS 2000-12
15046-8 WD 96-03, CD 98-11, CD2 99-05 , DIS99-11, FDIS 2000-05, IS 2000-08
15046-9 WD 96-09, CD 98-12, CD2 99-09, DIS 2000-03, FDIS 2000-09, IS 2000-12
15046-10 WD 96-09, CD 98-04, CD2 98-11, DIS 99-05, FDIS 99-11, IS 2000-04
15046-11 WD 97-12, CD 98-11, CD2 99-06, DIS 99-12, FDIS 2000-06, IS 2000-09
15046-12 WD 96-03, CD 98-05, CD2 99-04, DIS 99-10, FDIS 2000-04, IS 2000-07
15046-13 WD 96-03, CD 98-04, CD2 98-11, DIS 99-07, FDIS 2000-01, IS 2000-04
15046-14 WD 96-09, CD 99-01, CD2 99-07, DIS 2001-01, FDIS 2000-06, IS 2000-09
15046-15 WD 96-03, CD 98-07, CD2 99-06, DIS 99-12, FDIS 2000-06, IS 2000-09
15046-16 WD 97-09, CD 99-06, CD2 99-12, DIS 2000-06, FDIS 2000-12, IS 2001-03
15046-17 WD 96-09, CD 98-05, CD2 99-04, DIS 99-10, FDIS 2000-04, IS 2000-07
15046-18 WD 96-09, CD 99-03, CD2 99-09, DIS 2000-03, FDIS 2000-09, IS 2000-12
15046-19 WD 96-09, CD 99-05, CD2 99-11, DIS 2000-05, FDIS 2000-11, IS 2001-02
15854 PDTR 98-07, DTR 99-03, TR 99-06
16569 PDTR 98-11, DTR 99-06, TR 99-09
16822 PDTR 2000-12, DTR 2001-06, TR 2001-09
(N 616) WD 2000-03, DTR 2000-09, DTR2 2001-03, DTR3 2001-09, TR 2001-12
(N 617) Stage 0
 
ISO/TC 211 assign the new work items as follows:
16822 Geographic information/Geomatics - Qualifications and Certification of personnell Preliminary to WG 5
N 616 Geographic information - Schema for coverage geometry and functions WG 2
N 616 Geographic information - Imagery and gridded data components WG 1
   
Resolution 98 Co-operation with class A liaison organizations

ISO/TC 211 invites the Digital Geographic Information Working Group (DGIWG) and the International Hydrographic Bureau (IHB) to consider the requirements for a co-operative agreement with ISO/TC 211, and to develop new work item proposals as appropriate.

ISO/TC 211 also invites other liaison organization to consider this issue.

   
Resolution 97 Product specification

ISO/TC 211 notes that the scope of ISO 15046-6 allows for the definition of a template for the development of product specifications to be used in specifying the capture or maintenance of geographic datasets.

ISO/TC 211 asks working groups 3 and 5 to work together to develop such a template for inclusion within ISO 15046-6 Geographic information - Part 6: Profiles. This is an urgent requirement; both working groups shall present a report on feasibility and progress at the 9th Plenary.

   
Resolution 96 Identification of dependencies

Considering that

  • ISO/TC 211 is developing a suite of standards that are highly interdependent;
  • many of these standards development projects are nearing completion;
  • the documentation of dependencies between the parts of the suite of ISO/TC 211 standards assists in the development of standards within ISO/TC 211;
  • the development of profiles of the ISO/TC 211 standards requires the identification of the dependencies between the elements being profiled and the other parts of the suite of ISO/TC 211 standards and external standards;
  • The dependency matrix previously developed in ISO/TC 211 is now out of date; the resources within ISO/TC 211 are limited;

ISO/TC 211 resolves to develop a new list of dependencies. All project team leaders or editing committee editors will extract the list of normative references (both within 15046 and externally) from the respective parts of the 15046 suite of standards and communicate these to the SWG-QC (Mr. Norman Andersen has kindly offered his assistance). Dependencies at the clause level that can easily be determined shall also be extracted. The model harmonization team is requested to document any dependencies identified as part of the harmonization process. The Quality Control Guidelines shall be updated as appropriate. The dependencies are to be organized, possibly in the form of a list or matrix, and distributed to ISO/TC 211 for review. This should be provided one month prior to the Kyoto Plenary.

   
Resolution 95 Terms of reference for the ISO/TC 211 / OGC co-ordination group (TOCG)

ISO/TC 211 endorses the terms of reference for the co-ordination group given in document N 697. The status of the co-ordination group and the terms of reference shall be reviewed after one year.

The co-ordination group shall begin its work as soon as possible, and shall in particular monitor progress on the development of new work item proposals reported by working groups at the 8th plenary.

All activities of the co-ordination group shall abide with the ISO Directives.

   
Resolution 94 Co-operative agreement between ISO/TC 211 and the Open GIS Consortium, Inc.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the satisfactory completion of the co-operative agreement between the Open GIS Consortium and ISO/TC 211, and instructs the secretariat to resolve the comments and to forward the document to ISO Council for approval.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. John Rowley and Mr. Martin Ford for their work with the establishment of the agreement.

   
Resolution 93 Forming ISO/TC 211 Model harmonization team

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the importance of model harmonization between the parts of 15046, and shall establish a Model harmonization team in accordance with document ISO/TC 211 N 696.

The result will be made available at the Kyoto meeting.

   
Resolution 92 Unique identifiers for encoding purposes

ISO/TC 211 accepts Canada's offer to resource the work to develop rules for the generation of unique identifiers for encoding purposes. As this work is related to ISO 15046-18 (encoding), the work should be done in close communication with the project team for 15046-18.

The work shall address the issue of cultural and linguistic adaptability, and be completed in time to be sent out one month prior to 9th ISO/TC 211 Plenary in Kyoto.

   
Resolution 91 Cultural and linguistic adaptability

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the importance of cultural and linguistic adaptability and requests nations to review the relevant documents from ISO/IEC JTC 1, JTC 1/SC 35 and other sources (including national/regional requirements) and to provide comments to the secretariat by 1999-06-01.

ISO/TC 211 requests its chairman to compile these comments and prepare a summary for review by members prior to the 9th Plenary in Kyoto. ISO/TC 211 requests its chairman to convene during the meeting week in Kyoto a workshop to address the summary report on cultural and linguistic adaptability within ISO/TC 211.

   
Resolution 90 Liaison representative from ISO/TC 211 to the International Steering Committee for Global Mapping, ISCGM
Referring to the Beijing resolution 74, ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts Japan's nomination of Mr. Kazuo Inaba as the liaison representative to the International Steering Committee for Global Mapping, ISCGM.
   
Resolution 89 French language version of ISO/TC 211 standards and reports
Due to lack of resources, ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to ask the ISO Central Secretariat to allow the ISO/TC 211 standards and reports to be published internationally in English only, unless a French version is available in due course.
   
Resolution 88 Free availability of ISO 15046-2 Geographic information - Part 2: Overview
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to request the ISO Central Secretariat to allow free availability of ISO 15046-2 Geographic information - Part 2: Overview in order to inform and prepare the International Geographic Community for the future publication of ISO 15046. ISO/TC 211 suggests to the ISO Central Secretariat that such free availability of ISO 15046-2 Geographic information - Part 2: Overview would provide a marketing tool which will enhance the future sales of ISO 15046.
   
Resolution 87 Free availability of ISO 15046-4 Geographic information - Part 4: Terminology
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to request the ISO Central Secretariat to allow free availability of ISO 15046-4 Geographic information - Part 4: Terminology in order to inform and prepare the international geographic community for the future availability of ISO 15046. ISO/TC 211 suggests to the ISO Central Secretariat that such free availability of ISO 15046-4 Geographic information - Part 4: Terminology would encourage the development of a common terminology within the International Geographic Community and promote the adoption and enhance the future sales of ISO 15046.
   
Resolution 86 Project leader of 15046-4 Geographic information - Part 4: Terminology
ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the nomination from the United Kingdom of Mr. Martin Ford as project leader of 15046-4.
   
Resolution 85 Resignation of WG 5 convenor

ISO/TC 211 regrets Mr. Kees W. Wevers' resignation as WG 5 convenor and thanks him for the excellent work and his personal dedication to the work of WG 5 and ISO/TC 211.

Until the next plenary meeting in Kyoto, the chairman, Mr. Olaf Østensen will convene WG 5.

   
Resolution 84 Change of WG 3 convenor

ISO/TC 211 regrets Mr. Les Rackham's resignation as WG 3 convenor and thanks him for the excellent work and his personal dedication to the work of WG 3

and ISO/TC 211.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the nomination from the United Kingdom of Mr. Neil Smith as the new convenor.

 

 

7th Plenary meeting in Beijing 1998-09-24 - 1998-09-25 (N0589)

Resolution 83 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
8th plenary 1999-03-04/05 Vienna, Austria
9th plenary 1999-09-29/30 Kyoto, Japan
10th plenary 2000-03-09/10 South Africa - to be confirmed
11th plenary 2000-09-28/29 USA - to be confirmed
 
Provisions for WG meetings are made in Austria and Japan.
   
Resolution 82 Distribution of documents prior to meetings

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to distribute documents that requires national consideration at the latest one month before the meetings. Each delegate shall bring the paper copies they require to the meetings.

ISO/TC 211 likewise instructs the convenors to distribute WG documents in due time before their meetings and the experts to bring the paper copies they require to the meetings. Copying will only be available for documents issued during the meetings. ISO/TC 211 reminds Working Groups that their reports to TC should be based on agreed resolutions within the working groups.

   
Resolution 81 New work item proposals

ISO/TC 211 encourages the Working Groups to progress their work to develop a new work item proposal for

* a new preliminary work item on imagery and gridded data after the submission for ballot of the type 3 technical report 16569, taking into account the proposal of Coverages by WG 2 (WG 1)

* Coverages taking into account work item 16569 (WG 2)

* ISO TS on Geodetic codes and parameters (WG 3)

* Coordinate transformation services, taking into account 15046-7 and 15046-11, Catalogue services (WG 4)

* an amendment to 15854 (WG 5)

   
Resolution 80 Adjustment of target dates of the ISO/TC 211 programme of work
15046-1 WD 96-03, CD 98-01, CD 2 98-12, DIS 99-06, FDIS 99-12, IS 2000-03
15046-2 WD 96-09, CD 98-07 (98-03), 99-01, DIS 99-07, FDIS 2000-01, IS 2000-04
15046-3 WD 96-01, CD 98-11, 99-05 TS 99-09
15046-4 WD 96-09, CD 99-12, DIS 2000-05, FDIS 2000-11, IS 2001-02
15046-5 WD 96-09, CD 98-04 (98-03), 98-11, DIS 99-05, FDIS 99-11, IS 2000-04
15046-6 WD 96-09, CD 98-12, 99-06, DIS 99-12, FDIS 2000-06, IS 2000-09
15046-7 WD 96-10, CD 98-12, 99-06, DIS 99-12, FDIS 2000-06, IS 2000-09
15046-8 WD 96-03, CD 98-10, 99-04, DIS 99-10, FDIS 2000-04, IS 2000-07
15046-9 WD 96-09, CD 98-11, 99-05, DIS 99-11, FDIS 2000-05, IS 2000-08
15046-10 WD 96-09, CD 98-04 (98-03), 98-11, DIS 99-05, FDIS 99-11, IS 2000-04
15046-11 WD 97-12, CD 98-10, 99-04, DIS 99-10, FDIS 2000-04, IS 2000-07
15046-12 WD 96-03, CD 98-05 (98-03), 99-01, DIS 99-07, FDIS 2000-01, IS 2000-04
15046-13 WD 96-03, CD 98-04 (98-03), 98-11, DIS 99-05, FDIS 99-11, IS 2000-04
15046-14 WD 96-09, CD 98-10, 99-04, DIS 99-10, FDIS 2000-04, IS 2000-07
15046-15 WD 96-03, CD 98-07 (98-04), 99-02, DIS 99-08, FDIS 2000-02, IS 2000-05
15046-16 WD 97-09, CD 98-12, 99-06, DIS 99-12, FDIS 2000-06, IS 2000-09
15046-17 WD 96-09, CD 98-05 (98-03), 98-12, DIS 99-06, FDIS 99-12, IS 2000-03
15046-18 WD 96-09, CD 98-12, 99-06, DIS 99-12, FDIS 2000-06, IS 2000-09
15046-19 WD 96-09, CD 99-03, 99-09, DIS 2000-03, FDIS 2000-09, IS 2000-12
15854 PDTR 98-07, TR 99-01
16569 PDTR 98-11, TR 99-04
   
Resolution 79 Harmonization with ISO/IEC JTC 1 standards and work items
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to identify the ISO/IEC JTC 1 standards and work items that overlap the ISO/TC 211 scope, report to the TC on the status and future plans, and propose further actions at the TC plenary in Vienna.
This includes consultation with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 and DGIWG with regard to document N 576.
   
Resolution 78 Harmonization between ISO/TC 184/SC 4 and ISO/TC 211

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the proposed suggestions for harmonization in the liaison report from ISO/TC 184/SC 4, document N 588, and encourages WG 2 to attend the meeting on geometry harmonization of 15046-7 and 10303-42 in the USA, 1999-02-01/05, called by ISO/TC 184/SC 4.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to inform other relevant liaison organizations and committees about this meeting, and encourage them to attend.

   
Resolution 77 ISO/TC 211 Quality Control Procedures

A cohesive and consistent family of standards is vital for the success of the ISO 15046 standards. The existing quality control document is a very good basis for reaching this goal but there is no audit of compliance and in practice it is not being fully implemented. Consequently there is a real danger that the documents will be progressed without the goal of harmonization being reached.

ISO/TC 211 resolves that the following shall apply provisionally:

1. The ISO/TC 211 Special Working Group - Quality Control Guidelines will be fully implemented to ensure that all parts of ISO 15046 comply with the harmonization and quality objectives in this document.

2. Editing Committees appointed by the Editing Management Committee shall perform an audit of the Quality Control Check List prior to recommending the advancement of any part of ISO 15046. The actions of editing committees will include processing comments regarding harmonization with other parts of the standard.

3. Working Groups shall review committee documents and submit comments to each editing committee as necessary to ensure harmonization with their parts.

4. If necessary, each Editing Committee will initiate activity to resolve any issues involving harmonization of the document with other parts of ISO 15046. The actions that may be taken by the Editing Committee to resolve harmonization issues include, but are not limited to:

a) Progressing a document if harmonization issues are considered not to be critical.

b) Amending a document as required to resolve harmonization issues at the meeting.

c) Convening a continuation editing committee meeting with additional experts representing other parts of ISO 15046 or external organization in order to resolve outstanding harmonization issues.

5. The Special Working Group on Quality Control shall review the Quality Control Guidelines and update it and to include checks to remove unnecessary duplication and ensure consistent cross-referencing within ISO 15046.

6. The Quality Control Guidelines shall include an updated dependency matrix at a subclause level.

   
Resolution 76 Terms of reference for the editing committees

ISO/TC 211 resolves that the terms of reference of the Editing Management Committee and Editing Committees shall be provisionally as in document N 587.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out document N 587 for comments by 1998-12-01.

   
Resolution 75 Cancellation of work item 15046-20
ISO/TC 211 resolves to cancel work item 15046-20 and merge its work into 15046-7 according to document N 548.
   
Resolution 74 Liaison request from the International Steering Committee for Global Mapping (ISCGM)
ISO/TC 211 welcomes the request for class A liaison from the International Steering Committee for Global Mapping (ISCGM), and instructs the secretariat to advise the ISO Central Secretariat to accept the application.
ISO/TC 211 asks the Japanese member body to propose a liaison representative to ISCGM.
   
Resolution 73 Character sets
ISO/TC 211 asks members to review the liaison report in document N 579 and the minutes from WG 4 work item 18, and submit comments to the secretariat within two months after the availability of the WG 4 work item 18 minutes. ISO/TC 211 encourages regional co-operation to provide examples for specific problems in time for the submission of CD 15046-18.
   
Resolution 72 Liaison with ISO/TC 204

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the existing and past co-operation with ISO/TC 204 and regrets the ISO/TC 204/WG 3 statement given in their liaison report to the TC 211 plenary, document ISO/TC 211 N 586.

ISO/TC 211 recognizes the need for ISO/TC 204 to advance their work to meet urgent internal requirements.

ISO/TC 211 believes there is a strong business case for ensuring technical harmonization between ISO/TC 204/WG 3 and ISO/TC 211, and that it is essential to maintain a high level two-way liaison between both TCs and appreciates the continuance of liaison representatives.

ISO/TC 211 extends and welcomes the opportunity for future harmonization with ISO/TC 204 at a mutually agreeable date.

ISO/TC 211 encourages the members to strengthen the liaison at the national level and consider further actions that might be taken.

   
Resolution 71 Co-operative agreement between ISO/TC 211 and the Open GIS Consortium, Inc.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for comments on document N 570 by 1998-12-01.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the chairman in cooperation with interested members, the OGC and the ISO Central Secretariat to finalize the agreement for ballot by 1998-12-31.

   
Resolution 70 Liaison statement to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 SQL-MM

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the progress made at the ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32/WG 3 SQL-MM, OGC and ISO/TC 211/WG 2 harmonization meeting in Herndon, USA and at the SQL-MM editing meetings in Australia.

ISO/TC 211 asks Working Group 2 to prepare a liaison report resulting from the review of the progress of SQL-MM: Part 3 Spatial, and forward this to the ISO/TC 211 secretariat for submission to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32/WG 3 by 1998-10-15.

ISO/TC 211 asks Working Group 3 to contribute to the above report concerning the list of geodetic reference systems and parameters by 1998-10-15.

   
Resolution 69 Conformance clause

The placement of a detailed conformance clause as Clause 2 in each part of ISO 15046 interrupts the flow and understanding of the document by introducing extensive terminology and references to components of the document before the reader has encountered them. The ISO Directives do not mandate the placing of the Conformance Clause as the second clause.

Therefore, ISO/TC 211 resolves that a single concise conformance statement be placed always as Clause 2 which references to a normative annex (if required) containing the abstract test suite and detailed requirements.

 

 

Resolutions ISO/TC 211 by correspondence 1998-05-12 (N0524, N0525)

Resolution 68 Conceptual schema language for specifying ISO 15046

ISO/TC211 shall use the Unified Modelling Language (UML) static structure diagram with the ISO Interface Definition Language (IDL) basic type definitions and the UML Object Constraint Language (OCL) as the conceptual schema language for specification of the normative parts of ISO 15046. This requirement shall be implemented prior to submission of the parts for CD and DIS.

Justification:

The reason for this decision is that the goal of ISO/TC 211 is to create a framework to enable syntactic interoperability and to support semantic interoperability, while supporting multiple interchange formats and multiple service implementations. UML is selected as the conceptual schema language for producing specifications that can support the creation of such a framework.

   
Resolution 67 Business case for harmonization between ISO/TC 211 and OGC
ISO/TC 211 agrees to the Draft business case for the harmonisation between ISO/TC 211 and Open GIS Consortium, Inc (OGC) given in document ISO/TC 211 N 472.

 

 

6th Plenary meeting in Victoria 1998-03-05 - 1998-03-06 (N0501)

Resolution 66 External meetings

ISO/TC 211 asks Professor Tschangho Kim and Ms. Kara Kelly to represent ISO/TC 211 at the ISO/TC 204 meeting in Toronto, Canada, 1998-05-01

ISO/TC 211 asks Mr. Henry Tom to represent ISO/TC 211 at the UN Regional Cartographic Conference in Mexico March 25/27 1998.

   
Resolution 65 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
7th plenary 1998-09-24/25 Beijing, China
8th plenary 1999-03-04/05 Vienna, Austria
9th plenary 1999-09-29/30 Joyo /Kyoto, Japan
All WGs have decided to have meetings in connection with the plenary meeting in China, and provisions for WG meetings are also made in Austria and Japan.
   
Resolution 64 Adjustments of the ISO/TC 211 Programme of work
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following changes to the programme of work, and instructs the secretariat to distribute an updated version.
 
15046-7
Title: Geographic information - Part 7: Spatial schema
Target dates:
WD 96-10, CD 98-09, DIS 99-03, FDIS 99-09, IS 99-12
 
15046-8
Title: Geographic information - Part 8: Temporal schema
Target dates:
WD 96-03, CD 98-08, DIS 99-02, FDIS 99-08, IS 99-11
 
15046-9
Title: Geographic information - Part 9: Rules for application schema
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-08, DIS 99-02, FDIS 99-08, IS 99-11
 
15046-11
Title: Geographic information - Part 11: Spatial referencing by coordinates
Target dates:
WD 97-10, CD 98-06, DIS 98-12, FDIS 99-06, IS 99-09
 
15046-12
Title: Geographic information - Part 12: Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers
Target dates:
WD 96-03; CD 98-03; DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-13
Title: Geographic information - Part 13: Quality principles
Target dates:
WD 96-03, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-14
Title: Geographic information - Part 14: Quality evaluation procedures
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-09, DIS 99-03, FDIS 99-09, IS 99-12
 
15046-15
Title: Geographic information - Part 15: Metadata
Target dates:
WD 96-03, CD 98-04, DIS 98-10, FDIS 99-04, IS 99-07
 
15046-16
Title: Geographic information - Part 16: Positioning services
Target dates:
WD 97-07, CD 98-09, DIS 99-03, FDIS 99-09, IS 99-12
 
15046-18
Title: Geographic information - Part 18: Encoding
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-12, DIS 99-06, FDIS 99-12, IS 00-03
 
15046-19
Title: Geographic information - Part 19: Services
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-10, DIS 99-04, FDIS 99-10, IS 00-01
 
15046-20
Title: Geographic information - Part 20: Spatial operators
Target dates:
WD 96-09,  CD 98-09, DIS 99-03, FDIS 99-09, IS 99-12
   
Resolution 63 Withdrawal of ballot on project 15046-1
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a document withdrawing the ballot, changing the required action on document ISO/TC 211 N 455 to comments only.
   
Resolution 62 Establishment of liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 2

ISO/TC 211 instructs its secretariat to establish a liaison with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 2 - Coded Character Sets.

ISO/TC 211 appoints Mr. Yves Luc Hudon as its liaison representative.

   
Resolution 61 Liaison request from CEO, Centre for Earth Observation
ISO/TC 211 welcomes the request for class A liaison from CEO, and instructs the secretariat to advise the ISO Central Secretariat to accept the application.
   
Resolution 60 Draft new work item proposal on qualification and certification of personnel

ISO/TC 211 invites the National body of Canada to further develop its new work item proposal with relevant international bodies, and if appropriate submit a revised proposal. ISO/TC 211 encourages the National Body of Canada to arrange an international consultation meeting at an appropriate venue, which should be open to ISO/TC 211 members as well as the international bodies.

ISO/TC 211 invites members to submit comments to the National Body of Canada on document ISO/TC 211 N 502 by May 15 1998.

   
Resolution 59 Terminology

ISO/TC 211 regrets and respects the decision of Sweden to withdraw from the project leadership of 15046-4 Terminology, and thanks Swedish Standards Institution and their representatives for their excellent work.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out a call for a new project leader.

   
Resolution 58 NP 16569 Geographic information - Imagery and gridded data
ISO/TC 211 assigns the new work item NP 16569 to Working group 1, and welcomes Dr. Kian Fadaie as the project leader.
   
Resolution 57 Harmonization on spatial schema and operators

ISO/TC 211 resolves to submit document ISO/TC 211 N 504 Comments and proposals on harmonization of TC 211, SQL/MM and OGC spatial schemas and operators, as a liaison contribution to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 and also invites its individual member bodies to submit this document to their appropriate ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 secretariat, for their consideration in commenting on the current SQL/MM Part 3 Spatial FCD. (The ballot period ends March 18 1998.)

ISO/TC 211 encourages further harmonization between the three groups.

   
Resolution 56 Progress on WIs Spatial schema and Spatial operators
ISO/TC 211 intends to merge work item 15046-20 Spatial operators into 15046-7 Spatial schema, and instructs the secretariat to consult the ISO Central Secretariat on the formal procedure to be adopted.
   
Resolution 55 Conceptual schema language for specifying ISO 15046

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to carry out an immediate postal ballot on the following resolution:

ISO/TC211 shall use the Unified Modelling Language (UML) static structure diagram with the ISO Interface Definition Language (IDL) basic type definitions and the UML Object Constraint Language (OCL) as the conceptual schema language for specification of the normative parts of ISO 15046. This requirement shall be implemented prior to submission of the parts for CD and DIS.

Justification:

The reason for this decision is that the goal of ISO/TC 211 is to create a framework to enable syntactic interoperability and to support semantic interoperability, while supporting multiple interchange formats and multiple service implementations. UML is selected as the conceptual schema language for producing specifications that can support the creation of such a framework.

ISO/TC 211 resolves to replace the use of OMT by UML for the graphical presentation of conceptual schemas immediately. However, this change shall not be required for the CDs due in March 1998 if this will delay their submission.

   
Resolution 54 Cooperation with OGC

ISO/TC 211 supports the intentions of the draft resolutions in document N 503 and instructs the secretariat to consult with the ISO Central Secretariat on the proper method for ISO/TC 211 to process specifications developed by class A liaisons.

The result of this shall be presented in due time for decision at the next plenary in Beijing.

   
Resolution 53 Quality control guidelines

ISO/TC 211 resolves that the SWG-QC shall revise the Quality control guidelines to enable self assessment by the project teams and according to the received comments.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to distribute the updated guidelines before the end of March 1998 for immediate implementation as stated in resolution 46.

In the meantime the existing guidelines shall be used and interpreted in the spirit of this resolution.

   
Resolution 52 Establishment of editing committees

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish an editing management committee to process the resolution of the comments resulting from the review of the CDs and DIS's circulated to the members.

The editing management committee shall constitute the convenors of the working groups, chaired by the chairman of the TC, and supported by the secretary of the TC.

The editing management committee shall appoint editing committees for individual work items or groups of work items, using the resources provided by the convenors, project leaders and editors, or otherwise the working group members.

The editing committees shall hold at least one meeting to

  • appoint an editor for each work item assigned by the editing management committee,
  • resolve comments on the drafts from the members,
  • report to the editing management committee:
  • concerning consistency with all other parts of 15046
  • concerning conformance to the Quality control guidelines and
  • recommend to the editing management committee on the advancement of drafts to the next stage.

 

 

5th Plenary meeting in Oxford 1997-10-02 - 1997-10-03 (N0421)

Resolution 51 External meetings

ISO/TC 211 agrees that the appointed liaison representatives need no specific appointment to represent the committee at the meetings of the organizations to which they are appointed.
ISO/TC 211 shall be notified of the participation at the meetings and requires a report after the meetings.

ISO/TC 211 appoints Ms. Kara Kelly to represent ISO/TC 211 at the ISO/TC 204 meeting in Berlin, 1997-10-17.

   
Resolution 50 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
6th plenary 1998-03-05/06 Victoria, BC, Canada
7th plenary 1998-09-24/25 Beijing, China
8th plenary 1999-03 Europe
9th plenary 1999-09/10 Tentative date, offer by Japan
All WGs have decided to have meetings in connection with the plenary meeting in Canada, and provisions for WG meetings are also made in China.
   
Resolution 49 Adjustments of the ISO/TC 211 Programme of work
ISO/TC 211 recognizes the complexity and interdependency of the various parts of the ISO 15046 standard, and the resulting need for adjustments of the target dates, and the titles in order to accommodate the detailed work of the Working groups, and also to comply with the ISO/IEC Directives part 3.
ISO/TC 211 agrees to the following adjustments in the titles and target dates of the ISO/TC 211 Programme of work, and instructs the secretariat to forward these changes to the ISO Central Secretariat, while recognising that these changes cannot fully accommodate the requirement of quality control and harmonization:
 
15046-1
Title: Geographic information - Part 1: Reference model
Target dates:
WD 96-03, CD 97-12, DIS 98-06, FDIS 98-12, IS 99-03
 
15046-2
Title Geographic information - Part 2: Overview
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-3
Title: Geographic information - Part 3: Conceptual schema language
Target dates:
WD 96-01, CD 98-09, DIS 99-03; FDIS 99-09, IS 99-12
 
15046-4
Title: Geographic information - Part 4: Terminology
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 99-12, DIS 00-05, FDIS 00-11, IS 01-02
 
15046-5
Title: Geographic information - Part 5: Conformance and testing
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-6
Title: Geographic information - Part 6: Profiles
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-7
Title: Geographic information - Part 7: Spatial schema
Target dates:
WD 96-10, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-8
Title: Geographic information - Part 8: Temporal schema
Target dates:
WD 96-03, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-9
Title: Geographic information - Part 9: Rules for application schema
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-10
Title: Geographic information - Part 10: Feature cataloguing methodology
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-11
Title: Geographic information - Part 11: Spatial referencing by coordinates
Target dates:
WD 97-10, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-12
Title: Geographic information - Part 12: Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers
Target dates:
WD 96-03, CD 98-01, DIS 98-07, FDIS 98-12, IS 99-03
 
15046-13
Title: Geographic information - Part 13: Quality principles
Target dates:
WD 96-03, CD 98-01, DIS 98-07, FDIS 98-12, IS 99-03
 
15046-14
Title: Geographic information - Part 14: Quality evaluation procedures
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-15
Title: Geographic information - Part 15: Metadata
Target dates:
WD 96-03, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-16
Title: Geographic information - Part 16: Positioning services
Target dates:
WD 97-09, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-17
Title: Geographic information - Part 17: Portrayal
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-18
Title: Geographic information - Part 18: Encoding
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
ISO/TC 211 recognises the dependency of this work item with 15046-3 and will revise the dates if necessary at the next plenary.
 
15046-19
Title: Geographic information - Part 19: Services
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15046-20
Title: Geographic information - Part 20: Spatial operators
Target dates:
WD 96-09, CD 98-03, DIS 98-09, FDIS 99-03, IS 99-06
 
15854
Title: Geographic information - Functional standards
Target dates:
TR 98-03
   
Resolution 48 Appointment of liaison representatives
ISO/TC 211 appoints the following liaison representatives:
Digital Geographic Information Working Group (DWIWG) Mr. David Danko
European Petroleum Survey Group (EPSG) Mr. Roger Lott
International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) Mr. Larry Hothem
International Cartographic Association (ICA) Ms. Leslie Godwin
International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) Mr. Norman Andersen
Open GIS Consortium, Incorporated (OGC) Mr. Olaf Østensen
ISO/IEC/JTC 1/SC 21/WG 3 Open systems interconnection, data management and open distributed processing/Database Dr. John R. Herring
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 Computer graphics and image processing Ms. Laura Moore
   
Resolution 47 Cooperation with OGC

ISO/TC 211 thanks the Open GIS Consortium (OGC) for its contribution, "Toward Implemented Geoprocessing Standards: Converging Standardization Tracks for ISO/TC211 and OGC", document N 418.
ISO/TC 211 accordingly agrees to establish a task force consisting of the chairman and the WG convenors to liaise with OGC in order to develop a proposal for the detailed process of harmonization indicated in document N 418;
develop a business case to identify the benefits of this cooperation, including effective use of resources;
seek establishment of a formal agreement with OGC for joint development of imagery and gridded data requirements, if the new work item proposal in document N 404 is accepted. This work will be carried out with other liaisons as appropriate;
propose a joint project (case study) with OGC to demonstrate mutual cooperation and the feasibility of implementing the emerging ISO standard (ISO WD 15046-15 Geographic information - Part 15: Metadata).

   
Resolution 46 Quality control procedures

ISO/TC 211 emphasises its requirements for quality control, and accordingly agrees that 
a special working group on quality control be established, consisting of the chairman, convenors of the WGs and all project leaders of WG 1 as well as the project leader of 15046-6, with a mandate to

finalize the quality control guidelines, including procedures, by October 31 1997; this shall include the requirement to adhere to the terminology checking procedure;
assist WGs in implementing the guidelines;
smonitor the implementation and revise the guidelines as necessary;
all WGs shall implement the quality control guidelines before submission of CD and DIS;
in the meantime WGs shall implement N 232 Rev. and N 419.
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to distribute the quality control guidelines to the members for comments and to distribute a revised version for approval at the next plenary.

   
Resolution 45 ISO Central Secretariat's decentralization
ISO/TC 211 agrees to the proposal from the ISO Central Secretariat that the TC Secretariat shall administer the agendas of the committee, and instruct the TC 211 secretariat to liaise with the Central Secretariat regarding the implementation of this as soon as practical.

 

 

4th Plenary meeting in Sydney 1997-01-23 - 1997-01-24 (N0338)

Resolution 44 Liaison representatives
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to develop a complete proposal for representation of ISO/TC 211 in liaison organizations for consideration at the 5th plenary. ISO/TC 211 welcomes nominations from national bodies.
   
Resolution 43 External meetings
ISO/TC 211 appoints Professor Tschangho Kim, Korea, and Mr. Steve Gordon, USA, to represent ISO/TC 211 at the forthcoming ISO/TC 204 meeting in Noosa Head, Australia, March 1997.
   
Resolution 42 Requirement concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
5th plenary 1997-10-02/03 Swindon, UK
6th plenary 1998-03-05/06 Sidney, BC, Canada
7th plenary 1998-09/10 Beijing, China
 
All WGs have decided to have meetings prior to the plenary meeting in the UK and Canada, and provisions for WG meetings will also be made in China.
   
Resolution 41 New work item proposal: Functional standards
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to modify the scope of the new work item proposal given in document ISO/TC 211 N 310 according to the proposal from WG 5 and initiate the formal adoption procedures.
   
Resolution 40 Use of character sets in ISO/TC 211 standards
ISO/TC 211 instructs the project leaders to ensure that ISO 8859-1 and ISO 10646 (UCS 2 and 4) are used as normative references for character sets where appropriate.
   
Resolution 39 Class A Liaison Status for The Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the application from The Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific to become a class A liaison, and instructs the secretariat to recommend to the ISO Central Secretariat the establishment of this liaison.

ISO/TC 211 appoints Mr. Henry Tom, USA, as its liaison representative to this committee.

   
Resolution 38 Raising the priority of raster and matrix data

ISO/TC 211 instructs the convenors and project leaders to provide feedback to Standards Council of Canada by 31 March 1997, identifying which elements of their work are related to raster and matrix (grid) data.

Canada will report back to the 5th plenary of ISO/TC 211, with estimates of the work and resource implications. ISO/TC 211 welcomes the offer from Canada and the USA to consider resourcing this work.

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the drafting of a new work item proposal on imaging by Canada for presentation to the 5th plenary, in consultation with other relevant organizations, including Center for Earth Observations (CEO), Committee on Earth Observation Sattelite (CEOS), International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) and Open GIS Consortium, Inc (OGC).

   
Resolution 37 Revision of title, scope, and purpose and justification of standards
ISO/TC 211 instructs its secretariat to work together with the WG's in revising title, scope, and purpose and justification of all work items in the ISO/TC 211 programme of work, and to present a proposal in time to be adopted at the next plenary. The titles shall follow the principles for defining titles in the ISO directives, and the other revisions shall take account of the proposals tabled at the 4th ISO/TC 211 plenary meeting.
   
Resolution 36 Project leader of work item 15046-11, Geodetic reference systems

ISO/TC 211 resolves to terminate the current project leadership of work item 11, Geodetic reference systems, held by the International Association of Geodesy.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to consult with the ISO CS on the procedure for terminating the assignment of project leadership.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the WG 3 convenor to progress the work with Dr. Johannes Ihde, Germany, as interim editor of the Geodetic reference systems work item, and provide a new timetable.

   
Resolution 35 Convenor WG 5

ISO/TC 211 accepts the nomination from the Netherlands of Mr. Kees Wevers as new convenor of WG 5.

ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation to Mr. David McKellar for the excellent work he has done with WG 5.

   
Resolution 34 Adoption of conceptual schema languages

For 1997 ISO/TC 211 adopts the intermediate use of the OMT Object Model as a graphical language, and EXPRESS and CORBA IDL as lexical languages. For harmonization and ease of integration these languages shall be used in the specifications within all TC 211 work items where specifications are necessary. For data models, EXPRESS will be used. If operations associated with entities are needed, EXPRESS-C will be used. For services, CORBA IDL will be used.

ISO/TC 211 instructs WG 1 to monitor progress on the development of relevant conceptual schema languages and advise the TC when the provisional selection should be reviewed no later than February 1998.

   
Resolution 33 ISO Term database
ISO/TC 211 instructs its secretariat to ask the ISO Central Secretariat to set up and maintain a publicly available database for all terms defined in ISO standards. The secretariat will report back to TC 211 at the 5th plenary meeting.

 

3rd Plenary meeting in Seoul 1996-05-30 - 1996-05-31 (N0238)

Resolution 32 Special working group on GII
ISO/TC 211 appoints Mr. Henry Tom as the TC 211 representative to the Special working group on GII, with Mr. Arne-JDrgen Berre as alternate.
   
Resolution 31 External meetings

Mr. Bernd Wenzel was appointed to represent ISO/TC 211 at the ISO/TC 184/SC 4 meeting in Kobe on 1996-06-14.

The chairman will be giving a presentation of ISO/TC 211 at Joint Workshop on Standards for the Use of Models that Define the Data and Processes of Information Systems.in Seattle on 1996-09-09/12. Mr. Arne-JDrgen Berre and Mr. Christopher Dabrowski will give expert contributions.

ISO/TC 211 expects to have reports from these events.

   
Resolution 30 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings
ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:
 
4th plenary 1997-01-23/24 Australia
5th plenary 1997-09/10 United Kingdom
6th plenary 1998-02/03 Canada
7th plenary 1998-09/10 China
ISO/TC 211 welcomes the Japanese offer to host a future meeting.
 
All WGs have decided to have meetings prior to the plenary meeting in Australia, and provisions for WG meetings will also be made in the UK, Canada and China.
   
Resolution 29 New Work Item Proposals on products/profiles

ISO/TC 211 supports the recommendation from WG 3 to withdraw the new work item proposal in N 217.

ISO/TC 211 invites WG 5 to cooperate with WG 3, and also with the other working groups, on one or more NWI proposals, taking into consideration NWI 15046-6 and -9, as well as draft proposals given in N 204, 205 and 217.

ISO/TC 211 asks WG 5 to complete the new work item proposal given in N 204 according to the ISO Directives, prior to the next plenary.

   
Resolution 28 Cooperation between ISO/TC 211 and CEN/TC 287

Considering both work programmes together with their schedules and their syncronization, ISO/TC 211 agrees with CEN/TC 287 that only levels 1 and 2 of cooperation (as defined by the Vienna agreement: exchange of information, mutual representation at meetings) are possible between the two TCs for the time being.

With the objective to achieve one harmonized and globally accepted family of standards, ISO/TC 211 will use, as far as possible, the CEN/TC 287 work as input to the ISO/TC 211 work at suitable stages (working draft, CD, DIS). ISO/TC 211 welcomes the invitation to comment upon CEN/TC 287 draft standards, and encourages its members to provide comments to the CEN/TC 287 secretariat.

   
Resolution 27 Document handling
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to distribute a draft document on electronic document handling by 1996-08-01.
   
Resolution 26 Special Working Group on Quality Control - TC 211/SWG - QC

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish a special working group on quality control of the standards being produced; TC 211/SWG - QC, convened by the TC Chairman.

Guidelines and procedures for implementing these shall be presented at the next plenary.

ISO/TC 211 resolves that document N 232 Rev applies provisionally.

   
Resolution 25 Change of scope and time schedule NWI 15046-16 - Geographic information - Positioning services
ISO/TC 211 accepts the recommendation from WG 4 in document N 186 to broaden the scope, purpose and justification of NWI 15046-16 to be:
 
Scope:
Definition of a standard interface protocol for positioning systems.
 
Purpose and justification:
A standardized interface of geographic information with position will allow the integration of position data into a variety of geographic information applications, such as surveying, navigation and fleet management. This standard will benefit geographic information system users, and will be used by geographic information systems and software developers to provide such capability within their systems.
 
ISO/TC 211 also accepts the recommendation from WG 4 to delay the first Working Draft of NWI 15046-16 until 1996-09-30 because of the change of the scope.
   
Resolution 24 Change of time schedule NWI 15046-11 - Geographic information - Geodetic reference systems
ISO/TC 211 accepts the recommendation from WG 3 to delay the first Working Draft of NWI 15046-11 until 1996-09-30 due to delay in confirming a project leader.
   
Resolution 23 Change of time schedule for NWI 15046-7 - Geographic information - Spatial subschema
ISO/TC 211 accepts the recommendation from WG 2 to delay the first Working Draft of NWI 15046-7 until 1996-10-30 to allow further time for harmonization with the equivalent CEN/TC 287 work item.
   
Resolution 22 Convenor of WG 1

ISO/TC 211 accepts the US nomination of Mr. Christopher Dabrowski as new convenor of WG 1.

ISO/TC 211 expresses it's appreciation to Dr. Gregory Smith for the excellent work he has done with WG 1.

   
Resolution 21 Title of ISO/TC 211

ISO/TC 211 resolves that the title of the committee shall be:

Geographic information/Geomatics

 

 

2nd Plenary meeting in Washington 1995-08-28 - 1995-08-29 (N0134)

Resolution 20 Requirements concerning subsequent meetings

ISO/TC 211 adopts the following meeting schedule:

3rd plenary - May 30-31 1996 Korea*

4th plenary - January 23-24 1997 Australia*

5th plenary - United Kingdom

6th plenary - Canada

Japan also offers to host a future meeting.

*Subject to confirmation

Concerning meeting requirements, it is referred to letter from ISO CS dated 1995-06-16 "Guidelines for the organization of ISO technical committee or subcommittee meetings".

ISO/TC 211 resolves to hold a joint WG meeting in Oslo, Norway, December 4-8 1995.

TC 211 also instructs the secretariat to organize a seminar on the Reference model on the first day of the meeting, and during the meeting to organize a workshop on candidates for a conceptual schema language.

ISO/TC 211 appoints Mr. Henry Tom to represent the committee at the IEC/ISO/ITU Seminar on the Standards aspect of Global Information Infrastructure (GII) in Geneva, January 24-26, 1996.

 
Resolution 19 Strategic policy statement
ISO/TC 211 instructs the chairman and the secretariat to draft a strategic policy statement, including information dissemination and publicity, and submit the document to the members before January 1996 for comments.
 
Resolution 18 Title of ISO/TC 211

ISO/TC 211 resolves that the title of the committee shall remain for the time being:

Geographic information/Geomatics

ISO/TC 211 shall be presented with definitions and relationships for the terms

geographic information
geomatics
at the next plenary. The terminology work shall be undertaken by WG 1 within its terminology project. Further actions - if necessary - will be based upon these definitions.

 
Resolution 17 Timetable of the programme of work

ISO/TC 211 resolves the following dates for working groups to submit the 1st working draft of the work items:

Part 1 - Reference model - 96-03
Part 2 - Overview - 96-09
Part 3 - Conceptual schema language - 96-01
Part 4 - Terminology - 96-09
Part 5 - Conformance and testing - 96-09
Part 6 - Profiles - 96-09
Part 7 - Spatial subschema - 96-03
Part 8 - Temporal subschema - 96-03
Part 9 - Rules for application schema - 96-09
Part 10 - Cataloguing - 96-09
Part 11 - Geodetic reference systems - 96-03
Part 12 - Indirect reference systems - 96-03
Part 13 - Quality - 96-03
Part 14 - Quality evaluation procedures - 96-09
Part 15 - Metadata - 96-03
Part 16 - Positioning services - 96-03
Part 17 - Portrayal of geographic information - 96-09
Part 18 - Encoding - 96-09
Part 19 - Services - 96-09
Part 20 - Spatial operators - 96-09

 
Resolution 16 Resolving comments to the programme of work
ISO/TC 211 instructs the working groups to carefully study all comments made by members and liaisons concerning the work programme and to suggest actions or indicate intended actions on each comment. The recommendations of the working groups should be available by February 1, 1996, allowing individual reballots prior to the next plenary.
 
Resolution 15 Cooperation with CEN/TC 287
ISO/TC 211 welcomes and accepts the proposal from CEN/TC 287 to arrange a joint coordination meeting between the two committees. ISO/TC 211 will be represented at this meeting by its chairman, secretary and the working group convenors.
 
Resolution 14 Nomination of project leaders
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out to the P-members a call for project leaders for the approved work items within the committee's programme of work within the next week. ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to require a clarification from the ISO CS on whether a class A liaison member nomination of a project leader could be accepted by the TC.
 
Resolution 13 Call for P-members and experts to the working groups
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out an invitation to the O-members to apply for P-membership in order to participate in the committee's programme of work by appointing experts to the working groups.
 
Resolution 12 Call for experts to the working groups
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to send out to the P-members and liaison members, a call for experts to the working groups within the next week.
 
Resolution 11 Appointment of convenors

ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer of convenorship of WG 1 from the USA (Mr. Greg Smith).

ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer of convenorship of WG 2 from Australia (Mr. Ken Bullock).

ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer of convenorship of WG 3 from the United Kingdom (Mr. Les Rackham).

ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer of convenorship of WG 4 from Norway (Mr. Morten Borrebæk).

ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer of convenorship of WG 5 from Canada (Mr. David McKellar).

 
Resolution 10 Structure of Working Groups

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish 5 Working Groups to progress the programme of work of the committee. These groups are:

WG 1 - Framework and reference model
Work items assigned to WG 1: Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

WG 2 - Geospatial data models and operators
Work items assigned to WG 2: Parts 7, 8, 9 and 20

WG 3 - Geospatial data administration
Work items assigned to WG 3: Parts 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15

WG 3 is invited to submit a new work item proposal in the area of Specification of geographical data products.

WG 4 - Geospatial services
Work items assigned to WG 4: Parts 16, 17, 18 and 19

WG 5 - Profiles and functional standards
Work items assigned to WG 5: Part 6

WG 5 shall also develop a new work item proposal on functional standards.

 
Resolution 9 Dissolvement of ad hoc working groups
ISO/TC 211 expresses its appreciation for the work done by the ad hoc working groups.
 
Resolution 8 Liaisons

ISO/TC 211 welcomes the establishment of category A liaisons with the following organizations:

International Association of Geodesy (IAG)
European Petroleum Survey Group (EPSG)
Open GIS Consortium, Inc, (OGC)
International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS)
Liaisons are also established with

ISO/TC 82 - Mining
ISO/TC 46/WG 2 - Coding of country names and related entities

 

 

1st Plenary meeting in Oslo 1994-11-10 - 1994-11-11 (N0039)

Resolution 7 Next meeting
ISO/TC 211 welcomes the US National Body's offer to host the next meeting. The meeting will be in the Washington area on 28 and 29 August 1995.
 
Resolution 6 Liaisons
ISO/TC 211 welcomes and establishes the liaisons listed in the secretariat report, document N 031.
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
International Cartographic Association (ICA)
Digital Geographic Information Working Group (DGIWG)
International Hydrographic Bureau (IHB)
ISO/TC 204
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 21/WG 3
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 30 (to be confirmed)
ISO/TC 184/SC 4 (to be confirmed)
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to revise document N 031 to include co-operation with CEN/TC 287.
 
Resolution 5 Balloting New Work Item Proposals

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat that immediately upon the receipt of the draft Reference Model and completed ISO form 4 for each work item, to conduct the balloting of the New Work Item Proposals.

The draft Reference Model shall be circulated at the same time in order to provide information on the proposed relationship between the work items.
The member bodies will be asked to comment on the draft Reference Model.

 
Resolution 4 Documents for comments
ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to circulate the following documents to the National Bodies and Liaison organizations for comments by 1994-12-30:
N 035 Report from the ad hoc working group 1 at the Plenary Meeting
N 036 Report from the ad hoc working group 2 at the Plenary Meeting
N 037 Report from the ad hoc working group 3 at the Plenary Meeting
N 038 Report from the ad hoc working group 4 at the Plenary Meeting
The comments will be forwarded to the ad hoc group 1 for consideration in order to finalize the work item proposals before ballot.
 
Resolution 3 Establishment of Ad hoc groups

ISO/TC 211 resolves to establish 5 ad hoc groups to progress the work of the Technical committee until the next meeting of the TC.
These groups are as follows:
Resolution 3.1 Ad hoc group 1
Title: Geographic information standards reference model

Scope: Taking into account the draft work items prepared at the first meeting of the TC along with comments from National Bodies, to draft a Reference Model. Based on a first version, finalize work item proposals for balloting and propose assignment of work items to ad hoc groups 1-4.
ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer of convenorship from the USA (Mr. Henry Tom).

Target date: 1995-03-31

Resolution 3.2 Ad hoc group 2
Title: Geo-spatial Data Modelling
Scope: After availability of the draft Reference Model begin preliminary work according to the draft Reference Model and work item proposals.
Abstention: France

Resolution 3.3 Ad hoc group 3
Title: Geo-spatial Data Administration
Scope: After availability of the Draft Reference model begin preliminary work according to the draft Reference Model and work item proposals.
ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer of convenorship from the UK (Mr. John R. Rowley).
Abstention: France

Resolution 3.4 Ad hoc group 4
Title: Geo-spatial Services
Scope: After availability of the Draft Reference model begin preliminary work according to the draft Reference Model and work item proposals.
ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer of convenorship from Norway (Mr. Morten Borrebæk)
Abstention: France

Resolution 3.5 Ad hoc group 5
Title: Functional standards
Scope: Establish whether or not any regional and international de facto standards or part of them may be adapted into profiles of TC 211 standards.
Tasks: Decompose and identify parts of these standards relevant to TC 211 work based on a mapping to the Reference Model and work item proposals.
Describe how harmonization with TC 211 standards work may be carried out to achieve interoperability.
Report to TC 211 including suggestion for actions.
ISO/TC 211 accepts the offer of convenorship from Canada (Mr. David McKellar).

Abstention: France

 
Resolution 2 Title and scope of ISO/TC 211

ISO/TC 211 resolves that the scope of ISO/TC 211 is:
Standardization in the field of digital geographic information.

This work aims to establish a structured set of standards for information concerning objects or phenomena that are directly or indirectly associated with a location relative to the Earth.

These standards may specify, for geographic information, methods, tools and services for data management (including definition and description), acquiring, processing, analyzing, accessing, presenting and transferring such data in digital/electronic form between different users, systems and locations.

The work shall link to appropriate standards for information technology and data where possible, and provide a framework for the development of sector-specific applications using geographic data.

ISO/TC 211 instructs the secretariat to submit the scope to the ISO Technical Management Board for approval.

ISO/TC 211 asks the member bodies to prepare contributions concerning the title to be considered at the next meeting of ISO/TC 211.

 
Resolution 1 Election of chairman
ISO/TC 211 supports the secretariat's nomination of Mr. Olaf Østensen as chairman. TC 211 asks the secretariat to forward this decision to the ISO Technical Management Board for appointment.


 

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