Development of Open Source Tools that support the CCOG Resolution
Keywords:CCOG, national georeferencing initiative, requirements, infrastructure
AbstractNational Geo-Referencing Initiative. The Canadian Council on Geomatics (CCOG) passed a resolution in March 2005 wherebyeach province/territory agreed to develop and implement a plan to require geo-referencingnew legal surveys according to the principles and standards set out in the resolution. MichaelO’Sullivan, former Surveyor General of Canada, initiated the resolution which took over fiveyears of research, development, analysis and discussion before being passed.
Gama Least Square Program, http://www.gnu.org/software/gama/
uDig Home Page, http://udig.refractions.net/confluence/display/UDIG/Home
GeoTools Home Page, http://www.geotools.org/
Canadian Council on Geomatics (CCOG), http://www.cgdi.gc.ca/ccog/ccog.html
Precise Point Positioning Service, http://www.geod.nrcan.gc.ca/ppp e.php
Canadian Spatial Reference System, http://www.geod.nrcan.gc.ca/network |p/index e.php
British Columbia Geo Spatial Reference System, http://srmwww.gov.bc.ca/bmgs/gsr/
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