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Committee:

CTN 148 - DIGITAL GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION

Secretary:
CNIG - CENTRO NACIONAL DE INFORMACIÓN GEOGRÁFICA
Field of Activity:
Standardization of:

The field of digital geographic information. This work aims to establish a structured set of standards, which specifies methods to define, describe and transfer representations of the real world. This makes easier the comprehension and use of the information in the real world referred to the Earth, through coordinates, textual descriptions and codified names.

The intention is to make easier the use, on a wide sense, concerning among others: acquisition, storage, checking, integration, process, analysis, prevention, management and update of digital geographic information, referred to locations relative to the Earth through information technologies. This standardization work will influence and will be influenced by develops within the information technologies.
International Relations:

CEN/TC 287  Geographic Information

ISO/TC 211  Geographic information/Geomatics

Standards developed by the committee: TSC 148: 77

UNE-EN ISO 19133:2008

Status: IN FORCE   /   2008-07-30

Geographic information - Location-based services - Tracking and navigation (ISO 19133:2005)

UNE-EN ISO 19123:2008

Status: IN FORCE   /   2008-04-30

Geographic information - Schema for coverage geometry and functions (ISO 19123:2005)

UNE-EN ISO 19116:2008

Status: IN FORCE   /   2008-04-30

Geographic information - Positioning services (ISO 19116:2004)

UNE-EN ISO 19106:2008

Status: IN FORCE   /   2008-03-12

Geographic information - Profiles (ISO 19106:2004)

UNE-EN ISO 19125-1:2006 (Ratificada)

Status: IN FORCE   /   2006-10-01

Geographic information - Simple feature access - Part 1: Common architecture (ISO 19125-1:2004) (Endorsed by AENOR in October of 2006.)

UNE-EN ISO 19108:2005

Status: IN FORCE   /   2005-09-21

Geographic information - Temporal schema (ISO 19108:2002)

UNE-EN ISO 19136:2009 (Ratificada)

Status: CANCELLED   /   2020-06-01

Geographic information - Geography Markup Language (GML) (ISO 19136:2007) (Endorsed by AENOR in May of 2009.)

UNE-EN ISO 19107:2005 (Ratificada)

Status: CANCELLED   /   2020-02-01

Geographic information - Spatial schema (ISO 19107:2003) (Endorsed by AENOR in December of 2005.)

UNE-EN ISO 19112:2005

Status: CANCELLED   /   2019-11-27

Geographic information - Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers (ISO 19112:2003)

UNE-EN ISO 19115-2:2011

Status: CANCELLED   /   2019-11-20

Geographic information - Metadata - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data (ISO 19115-2:2009)

UNE-CEN ISO/TS 19139:2011

Status: CANCELLED   /   2019-05-01

Geographic information - Metadata - XML schema implementation (ISO/TS 19139:2007)

UNE-EN ISO 19125-2:2006 (Ratificada)

Status: CANCELLED   /   2019-02-07

Geographic information - Simple feature access - Part 2: SQL option (ISO 19125-2:2004) (Endorsed by AENOR in October of 2006.)

UNE-EN ISO 19146:2011

Status: CANCELLED   /   2019-02-06

Geographic information - Cross-domain vocabularies (ISO 19146:2010)

UNE-EN ISO 19110:2010

Status: CANCELLED   /   2017-11-02

Geographic information - Methodology for feature cataloguing (ISO 19110:2005)

UNE-EN ISO 19110:2010/A1:2012

Status: CANCELLED   /   2017-11-02

Geographic information - Methodology for feature cataloguing - Amendment 1 (ISO 19110:2005/AMD 1:2011)

UNE-EN ISO 19109:2009

Status: CANCELLED   /   2016-10-05

Geographic information - Rules for application schema (ISO 19109:2005)

UNE-EN ISO 19119:2007

Status: CANCELLED   /   2016-10-05

Geographic information - Services (ISO 19119:2005)

UNE-EN ISO 19119:2007/A1:2011

Status: CANCELLED   /   2016-10-05

Geographic information - Services - Amendment 1: Extensions of the service metadata model (ISO 19119:2005/AMD 1:2008)

UNE-EN ISO 19135:2008

Status: CANCELLED   /   2016-02-24

Geographic information - Procedures for item registration (ISO 19135:2005)

UNE-EN ISO 19101:2006

Status: CANCELLED   /   2015-05-13

Geographic information - Reference model (ISO 19101:2002)