|From:||Bob Smith <bob@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Mon, 9 Oct 2006 14:19:20 -0400|
Rex Brooks and I are planning an Ontolog Forum Panel on Emergency Response in mid-January, 2007. The more info, the better frameworks, and hopefully semantic interoperability between Alerting Domains.
I live in Huntington Beach, California. Are you confusing me with Dave McComb, who does have a consulting firm, www.SemanticArts.com in old town, Ft. Collins, Co?
From: "Carl Reed OGC Account" <creed@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, October 09, 2006 11:24 AM
To: bob@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, "[ontolog-forum] " <ontolog-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [ontolog-forum] Top 5 Ontology Driven Applications
I have been tied up the last several weeks getting ready for and running the recent OGC Technical Committee meetings (DC last week) so I did not have time to really follow this thread and look at the list.
A couple of comments -
1. CAP (Common Alerting Protocol), EDXL, and other alerting standards all fall into a higher level simply titled Alerting. There is considerable work being done on a variety of standards that can be used for citizen to authority and authority to citizen alerting. The OGC, OASIS, IETF, 3GPP, OMA, and the ITU are all working on various aspects of the value chain for alerting. Most of the use cases driving alerting have to do with emergency services (from E-911 to response). Also, as such, these standards do not belong in health care but perhaps more appropriately in a bin called emergency management.
2. The OGC has an Information Community and Semantics Working group. They are currently rewriting their charter based on input from a joint incubator project being done with the W3C on Geospatial Semantics. The OGC has been involved in a variety of geospatial semantics projects over the years and many of our members have worked on ontologies/taxonomies in several information communities. A current example is our collaboration with the TDWG Spatial Data Subgroup (TDWG = International Working Group on Taxonomic Databases).
Finally, given that we appear to both be located in Fort Collins, perhaps we could meet sometime and talk about ontologies and the work of the OGC and our membership.
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