Building Interoperable Location-based AR with Open Geospatial Consortium Standards

Oct 24

13:00 - 13:25


The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is an international Standards Development Organization focusing on development of community and consensus-based standards for geospatial data and services since 1994. Over decades, the OGC members and community have been developing standards to describe the many dimensions of the “real world” on Earth (and in space). Since 2012, many OGC standards working groups have focused on Augmented Reality use cases. In this session, we will introduce the specifications produced by two OGC working groups that will enable developers to reduce their engineering effort and increase interoperability of location-based AR experiences. The speakers will present projects developed using the GeoPose implementation standard and the draft Points of Interest data model.


Spime Wrangler , PEREY Research & Consulting
CEO , Ambia / Gbanga
research scientist , Nokia Bell Labs

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