Re: Progress with “Describing moving objects” task

Thanks Rob.

Let’s see if Jano comes back with any thoughts.

On a related note, did you see François’ email from last month about the
Immersive Web WG? [1] ... FD says:

> The scope is at least partially relevant to the Spatial Data on the Web
Interest Group because the definition of APIs to "receive updated
information about the device's position and orientation over time" is in

Seems relevant to drones. You might not be interested in the standard
itself, but the information recorded on the device’s position and
orientation seems like exactly the metadata you need. Perhaps this is
another path toward describing moving objects??


On Mon, 9 Jul 2018 at 16:45, Rob Smith <> wrote:

> Jeremy,
> I’ve heard no response to date.
> In addition, this has become more significant as part of a proposed drones
> use case extension. The drones conference highlighted their use as a sensor
> platform, so I’m considering including arbitrary sensor data, e.g. an XML
> block, within the format for synchronisation with video and/or location.
> Rob Smith
> Away Team
> On 9 Jul 2018, at 15:08, Jeremy Tandy <> wrote:
> Hi Rob - latterly I see that you already did try to make contact with
> Jano:
> Thanks!
> On Mon, 9 Jul 2018 at 12:52, Jeremy Tandy <> wrote:
>> Hi - during the Face to Face SDW IG meeting in Fort Collins last month we
>> talked about the “Describing moving objects” task from the SDW Charter [1].
>> I’ve updated the GitHub Project [2] with the task description from the
>> Charter, but I wonder if there’s a plan about how to take this forward? The
>> Charter says completion expected by Q2 2019.
>> Jano: you self-nominated to lead this activity - any thoughts?
>> Rob: you said you were interested in this activity (presumably as is
>> relates to WebVMT [3]), did you manage to get in touch with Jano?
>> Thanks all. Jeremy
>> [1]:
>> [2]:
>> [3]:

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