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Subject: Re: [emergency-gis] ER: Draft minutes from the June 19 2009

Thanks Carl,

This covers what I heard. I look forward to OGC Web Services 6.0.


At 10:35 AM -0600 6/19/09, Carl Reed wrote:
>Please review!
>Geo-GIS Subcommittee Call
>Tom, Carl, Dave, Doug, Rex
>Discussion of the where "elements" for CAP. Doug described the work 
>going on in Canada where CAP messages can be seamlessly translated 
>into GeoRSS Simple, KML, etc. Suggests that the perhaps we need a 
>richer geometry set for CAP as well as some guidance/best practices 
>on how to integrate CAP content into larger workflows that 
>"transform" from CAP to other encodings for say public alerting 
>using GeoRSS.
>Discussion of the need to differentiate between location/where 
>elements for presentation (such as event location) as opposed 
>to content (such as a building footprint).
>Discussion on security/authentication. Discussed the results of the 
>OGC Web Services 6.0 in terms of alerting and 
>security/authentication. Perhaps a source of more use cases. After 
>next week's OGC meetings, a number of presentations, videos, and 
>engineering reports to share and provide a basis for discussion in 
>the next meeting.
>Discussion of event layer element for CAP 2.0. The issue is driving 
>CAP from a situational awareness perspective and not just the 
>alerting perspective.
>Carl Reed, PhD
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