Difference between revisions of "Data model standards"

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* ISO 19144-2:2012, Geographic information -- [[Classification systems Part 2: Land cover meta language]]
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* ISO 19152:2012, Geographic information -- [[Land Administration Domain Model (LADM)]]  
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* ISO 19156:2011, Geographic information -- [[Observations and Measurements]]  
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* ISO 19160-1:2015, Geographic information -- [[Addressing – Part 1: Conceptual model]]  
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* ISO 14825:2011, [[Intelligent transport systems Geographic Data Files]] (GDF)  
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* IHO S-100, [[Universal hydrographic data model]]
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Revision as of 12:39, 11 June 2017

This group of standards builds on the ISO/TC 211 reference model. The data model standards provide a family of abstract conceptual schemas for describing the fundamental components of features as elements of geographic information.

ISO TC211 maintains a wiki on best practices for modeling geographic information in UML.

For generic geospatial data

  • ISO 19141:2008, Geographic information -- Schema for moving features, extends ISO 19107 to support the description of moving geometric objects.

For geospatial data in specific application domains

See also