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Dr. Liang invited to present at the Eclipse Virtual IoT Meetup

Dr. Liang was invited to present at the Eclipse Foundation's Virtual IoT Meetup. It was well attended. 45 participants from all over the world attended the webinar. Recording of the webinar is available here. Presentation slides are available here.

Dr. Liang presenting at the Big Data & IoT in Oil & Gas Canada Conference

[Webinar] OGC SensorThings API - Introduction

The introductory OGC SensorThings API Webinar videos are online.

  • Click here to watch.
  • Slides are available here.
  • Webinar/Tutorial on OGC SensorThings API

    We are offering a "Getting Started Series" webinar, introducing and explain the OGC SensorThings API. Dr. Steve Liang, the editor of the OGC SensorThings API, will present the webinar. Each tutorial will be 20 minutes long and there will be time following each tutorial for your questions. Click here to register today!

    New Blog Post: Amazon IoT and the candidate OGC SensorThings API Standard

    OGC published a new blog post discussing Amazon IoT and the OGC SensorThings API, and how the two technologies complement each other. Click here to read.

    Welcome our new member, Kan Luo

    Kan Luo joining GSWL today as our newest PhD student. Kan came from China, and he received his MSc degree from Chinese Academy of Science. Kan will be working on open geospatial standards and the Internet of Things.

    Our Polarmap.js available as a Leaflet Plugin

    Check out our Polarmap.js, a Leaflet plugin for displaying tiles from ArcticWebMap, a free tile provider with OSM data in multiple Arctic polar projections. Includes lower-level API for deeper integration with other Leaflet plugins.

    OGC SensorThings API public commenting period ended

    OGC SensorThings API released for public comments

    Today the OGC SensorThings API is released for public comment. It is a major milestone for this new Internet of Things (IoT) standard. After two years of hard working we are getting closer and closer to become an official OGC standard. As many of us are the major contributors of the SensorThings API, I guess that's worth to write a blog to celebrate!

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