NEW for 2014 - Thought Leader Presentations
A new addition to the exhibit hall and a fantastic opportunity for attendees. These 15 minute presentations will be lead by an exhibiting company and will explore trends, needs and new innovations in the geospatial world. Be sure to find a seat for these educational, idea generating, and exciting presentations.
Each presentation will be listed below with a brief description and time. All presenations will take place in the exhibit hall on the Thought Leader Stage.
Tuesday, March 25th10:50 am to 11:05 am - Visual Intelligence
Presented By: Phil Kern, Visual Intelligence
3:00 pm to 3:15 pm - Esri
Not a Web-Developer? Not a Problem!
Using Open, Free, Configurable GIS Web-Applications to Jumpstart Your GIS Application Development Project
Presented By: Greg Brunner, Esri
Using web-application templates from Esri, analysts can easily configure, redesign, and customize web-applications to visualize, process, and analyze their vector and raster data. In this talk I’ll discuss how utilizing web-application templates and existing code allow non-developers to become developers and significantly reduce the time it takes to create a web-application
Wednesday, March 26th11:05 am to 11:20 am - Trimble
Managing a Geo-Enabled World - New Solutions Facilitating a Modern Field to Office Workflow
Presented By: Christian Hoffmann, Trimble
Trimble will present the latest technology achievements in the field of Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry by focusing on the cutting-edge airborne LiDAR-data acquisition systems, the latest Inpho developments including the new module for UAS data processing and the industry leading eCognition software for automatic object-based information extraction.
3:05 pm to 3:20 pm - Esri
A New Paradigm to Image Processing: Moving the Processing to the Data
Presented By: Vinay Viswambharan, Esri
Conventional image processing techniques have a lot of associated overheads. It is a time consuming process resulting in a lot of intermediate data, redundant data, escalated storage requirements, which all translates to elevated costs. ArcGIS on the other hand, has moved away from traditional image processing techniques and has created this paradigm shift by way of processing imagery ‘on-the-fly’ and thereby pushing the processing to the imagery and not the other way around. This results in improved image quality, the ability to create multiple products from a single source, reduced latency in acquisition to dissemination, eliminating redundancy – which in turn translates to quick turnaround of delivering image products and significantly reduced costs to maintain and process imagery.
Thursday, March 27th10:40 am to 10:55 am - ISPRS
Marketing Opportunities at the XXIII ISPRS Congress in Prague in 2016
Presented By: Dr. Lena Halounova, ISPRS