Open Geospatial Consortium Arctic Spatial Data Pilot Final Demonstration

March 10, 2017
By Jessica Rohde

Open Invitation to the USGS and Natural Resources Canada sponsored Open Geospatial Consortium Arctic Spatial Data Pilot (Arctic SDP) Final Demonstration

When:  15 March 2017 from 10:00-12:30 EDT

Where: At the USGS in Reston, Virginia, or Attend On-Line  

  • Note: As videos will be shown, the best experience is in the Auditorium 
Register in Advance:
This Arctic Spatial Data Pilot Pilot (Arctic SDP) was initiated to demonstrate the diversity, richness, and value of making  geospatial data available using international standards and in support of spatial data infrastructures and the Arctic SDI. It will show how international standards help stakeholders to gain new perspectives into social, economic, and environmental issues by providing an online network of resources that improves the sharing, use, and integration of information tied to geographic locations in North America, the Arctic, and around the world.
Results of the work to create case studies, implementations, reports, and videos that illustrate the value of an SDI for the Arctic and help form a holistic view of an unique environment will be showcased. Please review the agenda and register online.
More information and links to initial Report (Visit later for the Final Engineering Report and other products):
Posted by Jessica Rohde on behalf of  Lorna Schmid, USGS
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