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IHO Meetings and Events Calendar
The IHO Calendar contains information about meeting and events that are of interest to Member States, Industry Stakeholders, and Non-Governmental Organizations. The calendar events have been grouped and colour coded as follows;
The IHO Bulletin is normally published periodically in English, French and Spanish. It contains a summary of recent IHO meetings, events and other items of general interest.
Participants to IHO Meetings and Events are invited to use the IHO On-line Registration.
New GEBCO Global Grid Released in 2019
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- 3 June 2019, 8am to 7 June 2019, 5pm
Data Centre for Digital Bathymetry
The International Hydrographic Organization Data Centre for Digital Bathymetry (IHO DCDB) was established in 1990 to steward the worldwide collection of bathymetric data. The Centre archives and shares, freely and without restrictions, depth data contributed by mariners. The IHO DCDB is hosted by the U.S. National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on behalf of the IHO Member States.
This catalogue is maintained by the IHO Secretariat from information provided by the RENCs, Member States and distributor organizations. It shows ENC data limits which have been sub-divided into the 6 ENC Usage Bands.
ENC Data Protection
Introduction The IHO Data Protection Scheme defines security constructs and operating procedures that must be followed by Data Servers (providers of data) Data Clients (systems that use the data). The purpose of data protection scheme is to provide: 1. Piracy Protection: i.e. to prevent unauthorised use of data by encrypting the ENC information. 2. Selective Access: i.e. to restrict access to ENC information to only those cells that a customer has been licenced for. 3. Authentication: i.e to provide assurance that the ENC data has come from approved sources
Introduction IHO Publication S-52 was developed in conjunction with the IMO Performance Standards for Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS). It provides specifications and guidance regarding the issuing and updating of Electronic Navigational Charts (ENC), and their display in ECDIS in terms of symbols and colours.