Geospatial 2.0 Workshop

Date: Wednesday 13 July 2016

Time: 10:00 – 13:30

Location: Satellite Applications Catapult, Electron Building, Fermi Avenue, Harwell Campus, Oxfordshire, OX11 0QR

 

Workshop Description

The geospatial world has entered a new era: huge amounts of data are collected every day, cloud storage and computing makes it easy to access and process them, whilst computer vision and artificial intelligence are powering innovative algorithms that answer new questions.

Join us in this workshop to explore how users are harnessing the power of GBDx (Geospatial Big Data) and how access to GBDx imagery in an affordable way can help solve some of the challenges that developers currently face. This aims to accelerate the development of solutions that could benefit the SME community.

During the workshop we will hear from experts in the industry – companies ranging from satellite data providers, solution specialists and researchers, from large companies to small startups – and academics who are defining new boundaries for geospatial data exploitation.

The aim of this event is to bring together a community of geo-enthusiasts to share experiences, facilitate communication channels and offer networking opportunities with like-minded people who would like to belong to a community of 3rd party developers to continue to collaborate, design new solutions and share good practice in future workshops.

The event is free and open to anyone involved, or has an interest, in the geospatial world. We would like to see representation from data providers, end users with a challenge, service providers, and smart algorithm experts.

Agenda

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Delegate List

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Presentations

Setting the Scene for Geospatial Big Data – Luca Perletta

New Thinking for New Markets – Daniel Plant

Power Market

Geospatial 2.0 – Adrien Muller

Data Scientists to the Rescue – Steve Reece

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