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April 29th, 2011
OGC Technical Mtgs and Int’l Augmented Reality Standards Mtg – Taiwan

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) announced that it will hold the next OGC Technical Committee and Planning Committee meetings from 12-17 June 2011 in Taichung, Taiwan. The week’s events will run concurrently with the Third International AR (Augmented Reality) Standards Meeting, which the OGC is hosting with the support of the Technical Committee and Planning Committee meeting sponsors. During the meetings in Taiwan there will be a very full agenda,
including presentations and discussions in many of the OGC Domain Working Groups. The OGC facilitates more than 50 working groups made up of domain experts from across the world. These working groups provide a forum for discussion of key business and technical issues relating to geospatial information integration and interoperability. Learn More