BS EN ISO 19115-2:2019 Geographic information. Metadata. Extensions for acquisition and processing

BS EN ISO 19115-2:2019

Geographic information. Metadata. Extensions for acquisition and processing

Status : Current, Under review   Published : February 2019



What is this standard about?

This document extends ISO 19115‑1:2014 by defining the schema required for an enhanced description of the acquisition and processing of geographic information, including imagery. Included are the properties of measuring systems and the numerical methods and computational procedures used to derive geographic information from the data acquired by them. This document also provides the XML encoding for acquisition and processing metadata thereby extending the XML schemas defined in ISO/TS 19115‑3.

Standard NumberBS EN ISO 19115-2:2019
TitleGeographic information. Metadata. Extensions for acquisition and processing
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date11 February 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 19103:2015, ISO/IEC 19501:2005, ISO 19157:2013, ISO 19115-1:2014
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO/TR 19121, ISO/TS 19115-3, ISO 8879, ISO/TS 19130:2010, ISO/IEC 2382-17:1999, ISO/IEC 2382-1:1993 (R10), ISO 19123:2005, ISO 19108:2002/COR 1:2006, ISO/IEC Guide 99:2007, ISO/IEC 2382:2015, ISO/TS 19101-2:2008, ISO 19109:2015
ReplacesBS EN ISO 19115-2:2010
International RelationshipsEN ISO 19115-2:2019,ISO 19115-2:2019
Draft Superseded By17/30310826 DC
DescriptorsCoordinates (geography), Metadata, Data layout, Geography, Measurement, Data organization, Instruments, Image processing (computer), Data, Geometry, Data transfer
Title in FrenchInformation géographique. Métadonnées Extensions pour l'acquisition et le traitement
Title in GermanGeoinformation. Metadaten Erweiterungen für Erhebung und Verarbeitung
ISBN978 0 580 87595 3
File Size5.305 MB

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