PTB - Persistent SDI Testbed
Workshop on Testing Geospatial Web Services - Scientific SDIs at AGILE 2012 - Presentations and workshop report now available
The presentations and the compiled workshop report are now available at:
Thanks to all participants and presenters!
PTB - Call for Participation for Phase 3 now published - Authenticated Access to European Spatial Data Sets
The Call for Participation for PTB Phase 3 ("Authenticated Access to European Spatial Data Sets") was announced at last week at the AGILE workshop. Please find it in the documents sections:
Please consider taking part in PTB Phase 3. We appreciate any further spreading of the call to your peers.
We are looking forward to your proposals.
The PTB management board
Mike Jackson for AGILE, Lars Bernard for EuroSDR, Chris Higgins for OGC and Johannes Brauner (PTB Facilitator)
SDI Testing Workshop at AGILE 2011 - Report now available
Please find the workshop report and all presentations of this years AGILE pre-conference SDI testing workshop in the "Documents" Section above. Thanks to all presenters for providing their slides for the community!
Workshop on Testing Geospatial Web Services - Scientific SDIs at AGILE 2012 - Call for Participation/Presentation now open
The PTB co-organizes a full day workshop which will be held in context of the 15th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science in Avignon, France, on 24th April 2012. You are all welcome to attend the workshop or even give a presentation. The Call for Presentation is open until March, 15th.
Please find more details in the Call itself: http://sdi-testbed.eu/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=60&Itemid=8
For more details about the AGILE annual conference take a look here: http://agile2012.imag.fr
The organizers and the PTB team are looking forward to meet you in Avignon in April.
SDI Testing Workshop at AGILE 2011 - Presentations now available
Please find all presentations of this years AGILE pre-conference SDI testing workshop in the "Documents" Section above. Thanks to all presenters for providing their slides for the community!
A report will follow soon.