Workshop on Big Geospatial Data (Back-to-back with EDF 2015)
November 18, the day after European Data Forum 2015 in Luxembourg, IQmulus co-organized with Linked Data Europe a workshop on "Big Geospatial Data" attracting an audience of 31 participants.
The presentations addressed:
Welcome and workshop storyline: Trigger increased synchronization of exploitation, result deployment, and future research/innovation among the EC geospatial big data projects, by Tor Dokken SINTEF.
MELODIES: Exploiting Open (Linked) Data in public and private sector applications, successes and challenges by Jon Blower
GeoKnow: Bringing Geospatial Data to the enterprise with the GeoKnow Generator Workbench by Jens Lehmann, University of Leipzig, and Jonas Schulz, Ontos AG
IQmulus – A High-volume Fusion and Analysis Platform for Geospatial Point Clouds, Coverages and Volumetric Data Sets by Tor Dokken
DaPaaS – DataGraft – Data-as-a-Service for Open Data, by Dumitru Roman, SINTEF
proDataMarket – Enabling the property data marketplace for novel data-driven business products, by Dumitru Roman, SINTEF
SmartOpenData – Linked Open Data for environment protection in Smart Regions, by Jesus Mª Estrada Villegas, Tragsa
LEO – Building Precision Farming Applications by Integrating Satellite Data and Linked Data by Manolis Koubarakis, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, LEO co-ordinator
iGUESS – A geospatial data analytics and simulation platform built on interoperability and distributed computing technologies by Ulrich Leopold, Senior Research and Technology Associate eScience Research Unit, Environmental Research and Innovation Department, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
Eurisy – European investments in space and Big Data: from European projects to operational applications by Alexandra Jercaianu. Eurisy is a non-for-profit association of most government space agencies in Europe, including the European Space Agency. Eurisy raises awareness on the potential benefits of satellite applications for the European economy and society.