The mission of the Spatial Data on the Web Working Group is to develop and maintain vocabularies and best practices that encourage better sharing of spatial data on the Web; and identify areas where standards should be developed jointly by both W3C and the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC). Learn more about the goals, scope, and deliverables.
The Spatial Data on the Web Working Group is a W3C entity matched by a sub-committee of OGC's Technical Committee. Collectively, the two comprise the Joint W3C/OGC Organizing Committee, the JWOC.
The Chairs of the Working Group are Linda van den Brink (Geonovum) and Jeremy Tandy (Met Office). The W3C Team Contact for the Spatial Data on the Web Working Group is Bert Bos.
The group holds a regular teleconference every four weeks on Thursdays 13:00-14:00 UTC. See W3C SDW calendar for meeting details.
Deliverables of W3C/OGC Spatial Data on the Web Working Group
|Current documents in the repository
|Use Cases & Requirements:
|Spatial Data on the Web Best Practices:
|Semantic Sensor Network Ontology:
|Extensions to the Semantic Sensor Network Ontology
|Time Ontology in OWL:
|Extensions to the OWL-Time Ontology - temporal aggregates
|Extensions to the OWL-Time Ontology - entity relations
|Publishing and Using Earth Observation Data with RDF Data Cube and the Discrete Global Grid System:
|The Responsible Use of Spatial Data:
|WebVMT: The Web Video Map Tracks Format