I attended 62nd OGC Technical Committee meeting in Boulder, Colorado with my colleague Stuart Hamilton in September. As most of you probably know, the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is an international industry consortium of 438 companies, government agencies and universities participating in a consensus process to develop publicly available standards for geospatial data exchange protocol and web services. OGC standards are technical documents that detail interfaces or encodings and software developers use these documents to build these interfaces and encodings into their products and services. Aquatic Informatics is participating in the Hydrology OGC Domain Working Group (DWG or WG). This … Read More
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- #Hydrology_Corner Blog: Meta-monitoring – Exploiting the Increasing Self-Awareness of Smart Sensors by #Stu_Hamilton http://t.co/6Y7cQhbJ 2012-10-02
- #Hydrology_Corner Blog: A Rising Tide Floats All Boats – #USGS ADAPS Replacement by #Stu_Hamilton .. http://t.co/o7SMCxfH 2012-09-27
- #Hydrology_Corner Blog: The USGS Selects Aquatic Informatics – Stay Tuned for More Innovation by #Ed_Quilty .. http://t.co/1x1Idw5l 2012-09-26
- #USGS Selects AQUARIUS Software by Aquatic Informatics to Centralize National Water Data Management & Operations... http://t.co/aervVcwC 2012-09-25
- Hydrological Monitoring – Current Best Practices & Trends http://t.co/Q1nadIjq 2012-09-18
- #Hydrology_Corner Blog: Current trends in Hydrometric Monitoring by #Stu_Hamilton .. http://t.co/NdpDLTVs 2012-09-11
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The Wall Street Journal – Aquatic Informatics Report Highlights Important Trends in the Water Monitoring Industry
Business in Vancouver – ‘Little’ Aquatic Informatics wins software contract to monitor America’s waterways