GeoRabble returns to Melbourne on Thursday 26 July 2018 at the Imperial Hotel – Bourke Street, Melbourne. Networking drinks start 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 10 minutes long.
Dr Elizabeth Jean Taylor - Space age car parking Using remote sensing to track surface car parking extent and occupancy.
RMIT research piloting image detection from aerial imagery to estimate surface car parking use, to inform planning and transport questions.
Phillip Mallis – Creating a Map of New Britain, PNG
Maptime Melbourne uses Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team tools to assist pediatrics in Papua New Guinea (and you can too!).
Surveyor-General of Victoria Craig Sandy – The impact of five centimeters
How will five centimeters impact the surveying and spatial industry.
Steve Bennett – Millions of features, no database!
How do you turn millions of features into a snappy, interactive web map with no database, no server and no budget? With an automated vector-tile generation pipeline, of course.
Rita Butera – Victorian Women’s Health Atlas
Using reliable evidence based data, the Atlas assists in the identification of gender impacts on key health areas.
John Ward – Problems in Defining Geospatial Catchment Areas for Economic Activity
If you have a great geospatial idea that you would like to share with a group of like-minded people, we want you for our next GeoRabble! Contact the GeoRabble committee to express your interesting topic in 20 words or less, or email your idea to email@example.com
A very special thanks to our Sponsor HERE Technologies without whom we couldn’t run this event and provide food to everyone …