- Krissie Auld (Office of the Environment and Heritage) – “Open OEH”
- Maurits van der Vlugt (Mercury Project Solutions)- “Mythbusters: what makes data Authoritative?”
- Warren Gardiner (Council of Social Services of NSW)
- Francisco Urbina (Esri Australia) – “Location Intelligence in NSW”
- Paul Farrell (NGIS Australia)
There are still two speaking slots, so if you have a story to share on Open (Geo-) Data, please let us know at email@example.com.
Also, there will be a ‘StreetView guessing game’, with great prizes!
Remember: GeoRabble is free to attend, as is the Pizza!
Our first GeoRabble Sydney for 2015 is all systems go with registration coming in fast.
It is a great sign that the topic of Open GeoSpatial Data is something that resonates with many of us and impacts the work that we do.
Which why it is great that we have Krissie Auld from the Office of Environment and Heritage talking about ‘Open OEH’ and with OEH being such a huge generator and custodian of spatial data it will be great to hear about their efforts.
We are confirming more speakers but still have room for a few more, so if you have a story on the success, uses, failure, frustrations or just want to highlight your dramas with trying to get access to open geospatial data, this is the forum for you.
Submit your short description to firstname.lastname@example.org and remember that your presentation is limited to 10 minutes to make sure the heart of your message is delivered
If you just want to share your story on the use of geo in your day to day experience feel free to submit as well as we are always looking for fun, interesting and surprising geo related presentations
Looking forward to sharing a great night with you all.
Thursday 30th of April – Save the date!!
We are happy to announce that our 1st GeoRabble Sydney event for the year 2015, will be held at the Occidental Hotel, on the 30th of April, at 6:00pm! We are very excited to see you again, to hear your new stories and new experiences and share the knowledge in a relaxed and pleasant environment, full of Geo-enthusiasts!
There is always a call for speakers and for this event we would like to explore: “Uses and Users of Open Geo-Spatial Data”.
So, do you use open geo-spatial data? What are you using it for? Where can you find it? Do you have any tricks or tips?
Submit your short description to email@example.com. Talks are limited to 10 minutes.
We are excited to announce our confirmed speakers for Georabble Brisbane #6 :
- Rob Clout – Its a surprise!
- Chris McAlister – Hooray for Geodesy aka GeoBabble
- Peter Todd – Hooray for Geodesy aka GeoBabble
- David Sapparth – Enterprise GIS Nirvana
- Helen Moon – Queensland Valuation Globe – A sneak preview
Our host for the evening and sure to be a very charismatic master of ceremonies will be the well loved and hugely respected Mr Michael Krome.
Grab yourself a free ticket and enjoy the night with friends sharing geospatial ideas, free of sales pitches and hidden agendas! Each presentation is light, relevant to geo-something and only 10 minutes long.
We would like to thank our good friends at Mipela GeoSolutions. Mipela have been amazing supporters of Georabble from the beginning, so we are very grateful that they have helped us out yet again!
We look forward to seeing you all at the Pig and Whistle on Tuesday 10th of March for another evening of spatial fun!
The rumours were true, after a long absence, finally the fun filled evening that is GeoRabble Brisbane returns.
A special event to coincide with Locate 15 and to welcome visitors to our fair city and to provide a well needed evening of entertainment following the conference welcome reception and open day.
Please join us to show all our visitors from all over Australia and from all over the world how we have fun in Brisbane.
We will return to our spiritual home at the Pig and Whistle for another evening of spatial fun.
We are delighted to once again have sponsorship from our good friends at Mipela GeoSolutions. Mipela have been amazing supporters of Georabble from the beginning, so we are very grateful that they have helped us out at short notice to sponsor this evening of spatial goodness
Calling all “sandgropers”, Georabble returns to Perth in 2015 starting with a mix bag of the interesting, the fascinating and the informative. Come join us on the 4th of March 2015 at Universal Bar (221 William Street) in Northbridge, kicking off at 5:30pm with networking. Talks start at 6pm. Register and grab yourself a free ticket while mixing with friends and geospatial peers, sharing stories and laughs free from the vendor rhetoric. Each presentation is light, relevant to geo-something and only 10 minutes long. More speakers to be announced soon although already on the line up are:
- Dr Ori Gudes: I tell health stories with maps
- Lainey Weiser: Taking technology and entrepreneurship into high schools
- Erik Champion: 3D platforms can help preserve our Australian heritage
Registrations now open go to Eventbrite to grab your ticket! We are calling for more guest speakers – if you have a spatial idea that you would like to share with a group of like minded people, we want you! Contact the GeoRabble committee asap to express your interesting topic in 20words or less, or email your idea to firstname.lastname@example.org A very special thanks to our local GIS experts NGIS who is sponsoring this event which we couldn’t run nor provide food to everyone without.
GeoRabble returns to Melbourne on Tuesday 24th February 2015 at a new Venue (Royal Melbourne Hotel, 629 Bourke St, Melbourne). Networking drinks 5:30pm. Presentations commence: 6:00pm followed by more networking.
Grab yourself a free ticket and enjoy the night with friends sharing geospatial ideas, free of sales pitches and hidden agendas! Each presentation is light, relevant to geo-something and only 10minutes long.
Our confirmed speakers are:
- Mark Garvey: Crisis leadership and mapping teams – A top 10 list of coping strategies
- Anthony Burgon: Mapping and bushfire management in Victoria
- Carlos Zelada: Discussion of UAV
- Steve Bennett from the Open Knowledge Foundation – Open Spatial Data @stevage1
Registrations now open go to Eventbrite to grab your ticket!
We are calling for more guest speakers – if you have a spatial idea that you would like to share with a group of like minded people, we want you! Contact the GeoRabble committee asap to express your interesting topic in 20words or less, or email your idea to email@example.com
A very special thanks to our GeoAwesome DMS sponsor without whom we couldn’t run this event and provide food to everyone.