ISO/TC 211 – Geographic Information/Geomatics - Geo Information Resource Links

ISO/TC 211 Resources

This section contain links to resources for accessing and using models and schemas from the ISO/TC211 Standards.

ISO/TC 211 - CIO Standards Tracker

• ISO/TC211 Standards tracker [  ] can be used to submit new project proposals and also any change requests to existing standards.

Ontologies (GOM)

• Ontology representations of the ISO/TC211 Standards are maintained in the GitHub repository [  ] for the ISO/TC211 Group on Ontology Management (GOM).

UML Models (HMMG)

• An HTML view of the Harmonized UML Model is available for Conceptual models [ ] and Implementation Models [  ].
• The GitHub repository [  ] for the ISO/TC211 Harmonized Model Maintenance Group (HMMG) contains model files, information about the Harmonized Model, and how to work with it [  ].

XML Schemas (XMG)

• The ISO TC211 XML Schema repository is located at .
• Each part of each standard has a directory like: For example:  or .
• Comments, suggestions, change requests and revisions are managed in the GitHub repository [  ] for the ISO/TC211 XML Maintenance Group (XMG).

Multi-Lingual Glossary of Terms

• The ISO/TC 211 Multi-Lingual Glossary of Terms [ ] has been compiled from International Standards developed by ISO/TC 211. Its purpose is to encourage consistency in the use and interpretation of geospatial terms. It is being made freely available to all interested people and organizations.

ISO 19160-1 Addressing profiles

• ISO 19160-1 UML profiles [  ] for New Zealand, United States of America and South Africa are available.

Geospatial standardization Wiki

• Standards for fundamental geo-spatial datasets [  ] wiki provides background information on geospatial standardization: a standard and different types of standards are defined; the development and implementation of standards are described; and key standards bodies for fundamental geospatial datasets are introduced.

ISO/TC211 Standards in Action workshops

• All ISO/TC 211 Standards in Action workshop presentations are available on LiveLink [  ].