Sensor data has become an important source of information for many applications. Sensors deliver near real-time, as well as, archived data sets, which are relevant for a broad range of thematic domains (e.g. air quality, noise, hydrology, smart cities, traffic, oceanography, disaster management, etc.). Thus, the need for sharing and exchanging sensor data is a highly relevant requirement for many stakeholders from science, administration and private companies.more >
Archives for January 2014
Sensor data plays an important role in smart cities applications by adding a real time dimension to the overall city situation. Typical fields of application are air quality, weather, traffic conditions and their resulting influence on city life. Simultaneously, OGC Sensor Web Enablement technology provides fundamental building blocks to flexibly create diverse applications based on sensors and their data.more >
52Ners pushed to the limit!
After instructions about indoor rock climbing basics, such as on putting on a harness, tying into a rope and safe belaying practices, 52Ners scaled the Big Wall!more >