European Facility For Airborne Research Dec. 16, 2017, 08:10
The intent of these Guidelines is to update ASPRS policy, and guidelines first adopted in 1986, in order to provide public agencies, researchers, private entities and other organizations with an updated and current resource that they can use as a guide to help determine the best approach and methodology for procuring professional photogrammetry and related remote sensor-based geospatial mapping services. This Executive Summary highlights the key issues, considerations, recommendations and conclusions that are addressed in detail in the Guidelines document.
The intent of these Guidelines is to provide procurer’s of geospatial mapping products and services with a resource that they can use as a guide to help determine the best approach and methodology for procuring both Professional Geospatial Mapping Services (PGMS) and Commercial Geospatial Mapping Products (CGMP).
This standard defines a Web service interface which allows querying observations, sensor metadata, as well as representations of observed features. Also, it defines operations to insert new sensor observations.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 312609