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OGC seeks public comment on Symbology Conceptual Core Model

Published 9/11/2018

OGC seeks public comment on Symbology Conceptual Core Model

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After several years of research, we are pleased to announce the public comment on the early development of a Symbology Conceptual Core Model standard (SCCM).

SCCM  is a new approach and a new view  to specifying data portrayal and symbology rules that can be applied to geospatial datasets as well as online geospatial data and mapping services.

The Symbology Conceptual Core Model (SCCM) is an abstract, modular, and extensible model, with no encoding dependency, used for the portrayal of geographical data.

It's open to any communities that need a common language to describe, share maps.

More information : http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/requests/178

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