FOSS4G-Asia 2023 Seoul

OGC API – Moving Features, an introduction with MF-API Server based on pygeoapi and MobilityDB
11-28, 14:00–18:00 (Asia/Seoul), Taepyeong Hall

Moving feature data can represent various phenomena, including vehicles, people, animals, weather patterns, and more. Conceptually, Moving Features are dynamic geospatial data that change location and possibly other characteristics over time.

OGC API – Moving Features (OGC API – MF) provides a standard and interoperable way to manage such data, with valuable applications in transportation management, disaster response, environmental monitoring, and beyond. OGC API – MF also includes operations for filtering, sorting, and aggregating moving feature data based on location, time, and other properties.

This workshop will get you started with OGC API – MF and its implementation in MF-API Server that is based on pygeoapi and MobilityDB, covering the following questions:
- What is the core concept of OGC API – MF (and OGC MF-JSON format)?
- How to implement OGC API – MF with pygeoapi and MobilityDB?
- How can we visualize its results with STINUUM (with CesiumJS)?
- How can we implement a new feature that hasn't been implemented yet?

The below open sources will be used in this workshop:
- MF-API Server based on pygeoapi:
- OGC API – Moving Features official GitHub repository:
- MobilityDB (and its Python driver, PyMEOS, and MEOS):
The installation of each program will use a Docker file.

Lastly, you can check many helpful information about OGC API – MF here:

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

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Taehoon is a Researcher at Data Platform Research Team (DPRT), Artificial Intelligence Research Center (AIRC), AIST, Japan.
He also works as an OGC API-MovingFeatures co-editor.
His major research areas include spatio-temporal databases, mobility analysis, indoor spatial analysis, GIS data modeling, and data mining.

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Hirofumi Hayashi (aka Hayashi) became an OSGeo Charter member in 2010, and is a longtime member of the Board of the OSGeo-Japan chapter.
Hayashi is a Manager for a large engineering company in Osaka Japan (Applied Technology Co.), and yet still finds time to contribute to the vibrant OSGeo-Japan community.

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I work for Japan’s Applied Technology Corporation, mainly customizing systems using facility management and developing GIS software add-ins,

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