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Latest revision as of 11:35, 2 July 2017

Overview

Full name OpenGIS Sensor Observation Service Interface Standard
Version V 2.0
Amendments None
Corrigenda None
Published by OGC
Languages English
Online overview http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/sos
Type of standard ISO International Standard and OpenGIS Implementation Specification
Application level
Application OpenGIS Sensor Observation Service Interface Standard defines a standardized interface for managing and retrieving metadata and observations from heterogeneous sensor systems.
Conformance classes Main Requirements class
Transactional Extension
Result Handling Extension
Enhanced Operations Extension
Spatial Filtering Profile
Binding Extension
Implementation benefits Sensors are currently the largest contributor of data in the geographic system. The OGC Sensor Observation Service (SOS) allows the aggregation of readings from live, in-situ and remote sensors. OGC SOS provides the client with the capability to discover or bind with individual sensors, sensor platforms, or networked constellations of sensors.
Products An open source implementation of the SOS service interface is available from 52° North, 52N Sensor Observation Service (SOS) 4.0.

See also