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Thursday, February 26 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Workflows & Techniques

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Presentations covering emerging trends & focusing on the newest innovative techniques involving open-source software & analytics.

  • QGIS for the Desktop
             Randal Hale
    QGIS is a free and open source software that has been in development for over 10 years. It's currently at 2.x for a release and has a vibrant and engaged of community of users. You can edit shapefiles, geodatabases, and use it as a client to postgresql/postgis. QGIS is OGC compliant so it works with any service or data that falls into that category. It has a very small foot print (less than 4 Gb of RAM is needed) for installation. It makes a great addition to your GIS toolbox/workflow - especially if budget is an issue.

  • GRASS7: New Features and Tools for Spatio-Temporal Analytics and Visualization
             Dr. Helena Mitasova
    GRASS GIS, a free and open source geographic information system, provides the functionality to manage, analyze and visualize geospatial data. The latest GRASS7 release incorporates an experimental new framework for managing and analyzing large, multitemporal data sets as a response to an increasing accessibility and importance of spatio-temporal data. The temporal framework supports efficient raster and vector data series analysis and simplifies data input for visual analysis of dynamic landscapes. GRASS7 can display synchronized animations of raster, vector and 3D raster data in two- and three-dimensional views and has been successfully used for visual exploration of high resolution 3D data in the Hunt library 270 degree visualization facility. GRASS7 also supports visualization, analysis and design using Tangible Landscape system to bealso presented at the conference.

  • MapLoom: A New Web-client With Versioned Editing (GeoGit) Integration
             Syrus Mesdaghi, Tyler Garner
    The capabilities include per feature and layer history, viewing difference between revisions, merging, conflict resolution, and synchronizing with multiple remotes through the UI. The ability to synchronize a repository with multiple remotes is just one of the reasons why development of GeoGit was the solution to our needs. GeoGit allows distributed versioned editing of geospatial data at a feature level and allows the repositories to be synchronized even in disconnected or reduced connectivity environments.

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Mark Endries

GIS Analyst, US Fish and Wildlife
I've been a GIS analyst for over 15 years. I have been employed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service as a GIS Analyst for the last five years. Prior to that I was employed as a GIS analyst by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission in Tallahassee Florida for 10 years... Read More →

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Tyler Garner

Senior Developer, Noblis-NSP
Tyler is a Senior Developer and Geospatial Intelligence Analyst at Noblis-NSP where he works on the ROGUE JCTD.  Mr. Garner is a core committer on the GeoNode project and contributes to several projects in the ROGUE application suite.  Prior to coming to Noblis-NSP, Mr. Garner... Read More →
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Dr. Helena Mitasova, GISP

Professor at the Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences, and Center for Geospatial Analytics, North Carolina State University
Dr. Mitasova is a Professor in the Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences and a member of the Geospatial Science and Technology Faculty at the Center for Geospatial Analytics at the North Carolina State University. She is a member of the OSGeo Foundation and the Open... Read More →
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Randy Hale

Owner, North River Geographic Systems, Inc.
Randy is the owner of North River Geographic Systems. Specializing in all this geospatial. He enjoys long walks on the beach, laughter, and working with the Free and Open Source GIS Community. NRGS is also business partners with Fulcrum. So - if you've ever had a question on Mobile... Read More →
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Syrus Mesdaghi

Technical Lead, Noblis-NSP
Syrus is the Technical Lead for the ROGUE JCTD project which has developed web-clients, mobile clients, and other components with the goal of enabling data collection, sharing, and collaboration. ROGUE / GeoSHAPE is one of the primary forces behind making GeoGit happen with direct... Read More →

Thursday February 26, 2015 3:30pm - 5:00pm EST
Room 302 B

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