In a joined effort of the 52°North Sensor Web and Semantics communities, we have developed a new framework that enables the plug & play of sensors with the Sensor Web based on Semantic Web technologies. The design of the developed architecture got just published in a journal article.
ifgi’s SWSL group extends the deadline for submissions for the upcoming Integrating Sensor-Web and Web-based Geoprocessing book. The new deadline is July 29, 2011. The idea for the book grew out of the successful ISW workshop held at the AGILE conference in April.
more information here…
We are proud to announce that the following 52°North papers have been accepted for presentation at the FOSS4G 2011 from September 12 – 16, 2011 in Denver Colorado.
- User Friendly Web Processing Services (WPS)-No programming needed: Bastian Schaeffer, 52North
- Applying the Open Geo-Stack to Web-enabled Things: Arne Bröring, 52North
- Web-Based Geoprocessing – Quo Vadis: Bastian Schaeffer, 52North
- Visualising Time Series Data with Open Source Components: Simon Jirka, 52North
We have some other ideas in the pipeline, so stay tuned…
Last week the AGILE 2011 conference took place in Utrecht (The Netherlands). Several members of the 52°North communities were actively involved in the conference by giving presentations or organizing workshops.