BS EN ISO 19115-3:2023
Geographic information. Metadata XML schema implementation for fundamental concepts
|Standard number:||BS EN ISO 19115-3:2023|
|ISBN:||978 0 539 13368 4|
BS EN ISO 19115-3:2023 Geographic Information. Metadata XML Schema Implementation for Fundamental Concepts
Introducing the BS EN ISO 19115-3:2023, a comprehensive guide to Geographic Information. This standard is a must-have for anyone working with geographic information systems, data management, or related fields. It provides a detailed XML schema implementation for fundamental concepts, ensuring you have the knowledge and tools to handle geographic metadata effectively.
- Standard Number: BS EN ISO 19115-3:2023
- Pages: 112
- Released: 2023-09-05
- ISBN: 978 0 539 13368 4
- Name: Geographic Information. Metadata XML Schema Implementation for Fundamental Concepts
- Status: Standard
Why Choose BS EN ISO 19115-3:2023?
The BS EN ISO 19115-3:2023 is a comprehensive standard that provides a detailed XML schema implementation for fundamental concepts in geographic information. This standard is designed to help you understand and manage geographic metadata effectively, ensuring you can make the most of your data.
With 112 pages of in-depth information, this standard is a valuable resource for anyone working with geographic information systems, data management, or related fields. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting out, the BS EN ISO 19115-3:2023 can provide the guidance and knowledge you need to succeed.
The BS EN ISO 19115-3:2023 offers a range of features designed to help you manage and understand geographic metadata. These include:
- A detailed XML schema implementation for fundamental concepts in geographic information.
- Clear, concise explanations of complex concepts.
- Practical examples and case studies to help you apply the information in real-world situations.
- Up-to-date information, reflecting the latest developments in the field.
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- Data managers and analysts working with geographic information systems.
- Software developers and engineers designing and implementing geographic information systems.
- Researchers and academics studying geographic information systems and related fields.
- Policy makers and regulators overseeing the use of geographic information systems.
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BS EN ISO 19115-3:2023
This standard BS EN ISO 19115-3:2023 Geographic information. Metadata is classified in these ICS categories:
- 35.240.70 IT applications in science