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Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a term that refers to the technologies used to limit the uses of digital contents to those intended by their providers. The OGC GeoDRM reference model describes an abstract model for DRM for geospatial resources.
In the process of establishing the horizontal interoperability among Spanish, French, Portuguese and Andorran geoportals, one of the technical hurdles to overcome was integrating the WMS-C services offered by the French geoportal (Géoportail) in the Spanish SDI geoportal (IDEE) viewer, because these services are published following the GeoDRM reference model. The IDEE viewer is a web application built on top of the OpenLayers open source viewer , which supports both tiled and non-tiled map services. Tiled map services can be implemented following the WMS-C de facto standard, which provides a service interface that is a profile of the OGC Web Map Service standard (WMS). This paper describes how the IDEE viewer has implemented support for the GeoDRM reference model in order to access to the Géoportail WMS-C services.
Submission Type: Oral Presentation proposal Submission Category: GeoPortals and registries
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