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Location Intelligence 2019 Speakers

 

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Location Intelligence 2019 Workshops

How to build

a web map

Will

Jones

WORKSHOP 1:

This is webmapping 101. Learn step-by-step how to create your own webmap using ESRI and open-source platforms. Bring your laptop.

Prerequisites:
• An ArcGIS online account (register free at url: http://www.arcgis.com/index.html)
• Download data prior to workshop (URL will be provided closer to the date of the workshop or on the day of)

How to build a web map is presented by Will Jones

Will has a broad range of geospatial skills, coding languages and experience that he has applied to several geospatial projects, including NCTIR’s work to restore earthquake-damaged infrastructure in Kaikoura. Will is an artist/user interface expert with a flair for user experience, design and data visualisation.

Data stories and

Viz with R

Harkanwal

Singh

WORKSHOP 2:

Learn how to tell a compelling data story, borrowing from great work being done in the field of data journalism, followed by an introduction to visualising geospatial data in R using the latest packages.

Prerequisites:

Sign up for a free account with RStudio Cloud (https://rstudio.cloud/)

Location Data Journalism is presented by Harkanwal Singh

Harkanwal is a pioneer – he was the first full-time data journalist in the NZ media, as data editor at the New Zealand Herald until mid-2017. He is founder and principal at Elements Data Studio, which produces interactive data visualisations and develops workshops on data storytelling.

WORKSHOP 3:

QGIS

Santosh

Seshadri

This workshop is all about QGIS – a free and open-source geographic information system where you can create, edit, visualise, analyse and publish geospatial information. Bring your laptop.
Prerequisites:
Installation of QGIS prior to workshop (https://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/download.html)
Download data prior to workshop - (URL will be provided closer to the date of the workshop or on the day of)

QGIS is presented by Santosh Seshadri

Santosh is an innate philosopher, academic, world traveller and multi-linguist, not to mention a formidable talent when it comes to geospatial innovation and technical expertise. He has more than 10-years’ experience in geospatial techniques and project management.

WORKSHOP 4:

Remote Sensing

& AI

Dr Kurt

Joy

Sagar

Soni

This may be the first joint remote sensing/AI workshop ever. Given the complexities involved, it’s a talk/discussion and unconference-style session. Bring your questions.

Prerequisites: Some statistical background is recommended

Remote Sensing & AI is presented by Dr Kurt Joy and Sagar Soni

Kurt is a bit of geospatial genius, GIS lecturer and remote sensing expert. He’s spent a lot of time leading Antarctic research and recently developed Waikato University’s UAV hyper-spectral mapping platform.

Sagar is a data scientist who specialises in artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning algorithms for automated feature extraction and classification. It takes several wind farms to power his GPUs, but he’s developed some impressive stuff.

WORKSHOP 5:

Kurt

Janssen

Intelligence

Location 

In Business

This session is an interactive, unconference style workshop where you get to help set the agenda and discuss potential spatial solutions to business pain points. Bring your data problems.

Location Intelligence In Business is presented by Kurt Janssen

Kurt Janssen is a geographer and geospatialist with a passion for emerging technology and data. He worked for central government and private companies in New Zealand and California before establishing geospatial consultancy Orbica in February 2017. Kurt is renowned for thinking outside of the box.

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All in a

day's work

 

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