Program SDI-Open 2019

29th International Cartographic Conference pre-conference workshop on
Spatial data infrastructures, standards, open source and open data for geospatial (SDI-Open 2019)
Jointly organized by the ICA Commissions on
SDI and Standards; Map Production & Geoinformation Management; and Open Source Geospatial Technologies

Monday, 15 July 2019, Tokyo, Japan
Conference room D at Akihabara Satellite Campus, Tokyo Metropolitan University (1-8-13 Soto-kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 101-0021 (Akihabara Dai Bldg., 12F)

To attend, register here.
Please bring your own laptop for the OpenStreetMap session!

8:30 Arrival and registration
Session 1 – Standards for interoperability and integration
Chair: Serena Coetzee
9:00 Welcome and introductions
Serena Coetzee, Chair: ICA Commission on SDI & Standards
9:10 Presentation on ISO/TC 211 standards – terminology
Reese Plews, Chair: ISO/TC 211 Terminology Maintenance Group
9:35 OGC and its geospatial interoperability standards
Franz-Josef Behr, Co-Chair: ICA Commission on SDI & Standards
10:10 UN-GGIM:Europe and GeoSTAT: requirements for spatial data integration
Markus Jobst, Chair: ICA Commission on Map Production & Geoinformation Management
10:25 Break
Session 2 – SDIs in practice
Chair: Silvana Camboim
11:00 Network of Academic SDIs and Open Science
Silvana Camboim, Chair: ICA Commission on Open Source Geospatial Technologies
11:25 Open source components for Service-Oriented Mapping applications
Franz-Josef Behr, Co-Chair: ICA Commission on SDI & Standards
11:50 Supply chains introduction and exercise
Peter Schmitz, Chair: ICA Commission on Map Production & Geoinformation Management
12:30 Lunch
Session 3 – Crowdsourced collaborative mapping
Chair: Peter Schmitz
13:30 Introduction to crowdsourced collaborative mapping
Serena Coetzee, Chair: ICA Commission on SDI & Standards
Hands-on crowdsourced collaborative mapping in OpenStreetMap
15:00 Break-away sessions: What are the challenges and opportunities for implementing a base dataset for an SDI through crowdsourced collaborative mapping?
Session leaders: Silvana Camboim, Franz-Josef Behr, Serena Coetzee
15:30 Feedback reports from break-away sessions
16:00 End
19:00 Dinner (at own expense)