[Esip-preserve] ISO/TC 211: preservation
Ruth Duerr via Esip-preserve
esip-preserve at lists.esipfed.org
Tue Jul 15 16:59:50 EDT 2014
Near the beginning of the document is a sentence:
"This Technical Specification standardizes the service metadata for the data recording and the calibration procedures of airborne lidar systems as well as the associated data types and code lists.”
Is this specification meant to only apply to lidar data?
Thanks for the clarification,
Informatics and Stewardship Lead
National Snow and Ice Data Center
On Jul 15, 2014, at 2:00 PM, Ted Habermann via Esip-preserve <esip-preserve at lists.esipfed.org> wrote:
> The train ride worked out quite well. I was the only person in my cabin, so the 4-person cabin was great. I did actually get some sleep… Thanks so much for your help!
> I am forwarding the preservation draft to the preservation cluster of the Earth Science Information Partners. This is a diverse group of scientists from NASA, NOAA, and other organizations that are interested in preservation. They are a great group that have thought about these problems quite a bit. I did note that you still seem to refer to OAIS as being related to satellite imagery. I suspect that most of these people think of it as being broader than that.
> ESIP - Wolfgang is a friend from Germany that is writing a draft preservation proposal for ISO TC 211 building on the OAIS. I spoke with him during a recent ISO meeting about preservation and said I would connect him with you…
> Thanks to all,
> Begin forwarded message:
>> From: Wolfgang Kresse <kresse at hs-nb.de>
>> Subject: ISO/TC 211: preservation
>> Date: July 15, 2014 at 12:58:29 PM MDT
>> To: "Habermann, Ted " <thabermann at hdfgroup.org>
>> Hi Ted,
>> how was your nightly train ride? I hope you did well and had a good sleep!
>> Soon I have to send the Working Draft on preservation to the ISO/TC 211.
>> In the attachment you find the present version which has still a few open spaces including the scope.
>> Perhaps you have comments already from your group.
>> With many thanks and kind regards
>> Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Kresse
>> Neubrandenburg University of Applied Sciences
>> Faculty of Landscape Sciences and Geomatics
>> Brodaer Strasse 2
>> 17033 Neubrandenburg
>> Tel. +49 (0) 395 5693 4106
>> Fax +49 (0) 395 5693 4999
>> E-mail kresse at hs-nb.de
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