Towards a new working item proposal for Edition II of LADM

C.H.J. Lemmen, P.J.M. van Oosterom, M. Kalantari

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This paper presents the first and incomplete draft text for the revision of IS 19152:2012 ‘Geographic information — Land Administration Domai n Model (LADM)’ within ISO TC211 in the form of a New Working Item Proposal (N WIP). This ‘two-page NWIP’ text aims to describe the scope of proposed project to r evise, and also provides the purpose and justification behind this revision of LADM. The Int ernational Federation of Surveyors (FIG) also submitted to ISO the NWIP for the current vers ion of LADM (IS 19152:2012). As for the revision the ambition is now to go beyond just a co nceptual model by providing steps towards implementations (e.g. more specific profiles, techn ical model in various encodings, etc.), it is the intention that the Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC) is heavily involved in the revision and that the result is a joint ISO/OGC sta ndard. For this purpose the recent draft OGC White Paper is added as Appendix 1 to this pape r to provide more detail background information. It is further noted that the complete NWIP for Edit ion II of LADM also ‘Preparatory work’ should be attached; e.g. a draft of the new version of the standard. In the case of the revised LADM standard of course this is based on the IS 191 52:2012, but will contain also contain collected materials from the LADM2017 and LADM2018 workshop.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages24
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Event7th International FIG Workshop on the Land Administration Domain Model 2018: in conjunction with Sixth Croatian Congress on Cadastre (VI.HKK) - Hotel Antunovic, Zagreb, Croatia
Duration: 12 Apr 201813 Apr 2018
Conference number: 7


Workshop7th International FIG Workshop on the Land Administration Domain Model 2018
Abbreviated titleLADM 2018
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