Hydrographic Services and Standards Committee (HSSC)

 
S-100 Master Plan
 

Last update: April 15, 2016


The IHO has developed a new standard called S-100 IHO Universal Hydrographic Data Model to provide a contemporary hydrographic geospatial data standard that can support the variety of hydrographic-related digital data sources, products, and customers. This includes new spatial models to support imagery and gridded data, 3-D and time-varying data (x, y, z, and time), and new applications that go beyond the scope of traditional nautical charting such as high-density bathymetry, seafloor classification, marine GIS, etc. S-100 is also available to underpin the development of various applications such as e-navigation and marine spatial data infrastructures.

At its 5th meeting (November 2013, Shanghai, China), the HSSC considered a draft "Master Plan for the development and implementation of
 S-100". At its 7th meeting (November 2015, Busan, Republic of Korea), the HSSC endorsed Edition 1.1 - June 2015.
The S-100 Master Plan is a living document which is reviewed annually by the S-100 Working Group.
 

Comments should be addressed to the IHB at info(at)iho.int.

 

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S-101 Value Added Roadmap
 


The intention of the roadmap document is to provide an estimated timescale and sequence of events for the development, testing and implementation of the S-101 ENC Product Specification.  The sequence of activities is supported by a more detailed account of the various processes and impacts which are anticipated to have an effect on the various stakeholders.

At its 4th meeting (25-28 September 2012, Taunton, United Kingdom), the HSSC tasked TSMAD to add an additional work item to its work plan to produce a roadmap, taking into account the S-101 impact study and showing key tasks that have to be completed in order to implement S-101. The current draft of the S-101 Value Added Roadmap (April 2016) can be downloaded here.