[GSDI Technical] Free online seminar 25th November 2008 - Geospatial Data Quality
Steven.Ramage at 1spatial.com
Thu Nov 13 03:33:54 EST 2008
OGC Data Quality Working Group
Seb Lessware from 1Spatial is Chair of the Open Geospatial Consortium's (OGC) Data Quality Working Group. He will be hosting a free, 30-minute, online seminar on 25th November 2008. This is open to anyone (OGC and non-OGC members) with an interest in geospatial data quality.
The seminar will also involve Athina Trakas from OGC Europe who will provide an overview of the OGC, its work and specifically the goals of the Data Quality Working Group and how to get involved in this collaborative industry effort.
The Data Quality Working Group recently commissioned and distributed a global survey on data quality; the results are available from the OGC website. http://www.opengeospatial.org/projects/groups/dqwg
The seminar will be held at 3pm GMT (4pm CET, 7am PST, 8am MST, 9am CST, 10am EST). You can register for it here: http://www.1spatial.com/news_events/events/webex.php
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