GeoRabble Perth | Final Speaker Line-Up!

GeoRabble returns to Perth this week, on Wednesday 28 November 2018 at The Universal Bar.

Doors open at 5:30pm, with presentations kicking off at 6:00pm followed by, well, you’ll have to be there to find out 😉

Grab yourself a free ticket and join us for a very spatial* night of all things geo and connecting with like-minded people.

*quality of puns not guaranteed.

Speakers

  • Ross Lewin – Can Artificial Intelligence find the Ants?
  • Ikrom Nishanbaev – Exploring Australian Cultural Heritage Sites with the Geospatial Semantic Web
  • Damien Hassan – Finding Perth’s first BBQ
  • Kurt Adams – How Property Shapes WA
  • Sophie Richards – Data Science Learnings from Stanford
  • Chris Roach & Jake Geddes – Telling a story with open source tech and timeseries web maps

We hope to see you there!

A very special thanks to our Sponsor Hexagon Geospatial without whom we’d be unable to run this event.

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GeoRabble Perth | One week to go!

With exactly one week to go before GeoRabble Perth’s return, we are excited to introduce another a new speaker:

Damien Hassan – Finding Perth’s first BBQ: a project to geo-reference over 2,000 early survey plans of the Perth metropolitan area has been completed with the mapping interface coming soon. These plans, digitised in high resolution, provide a virtual archaeological dig into a built landscape that has changed significantly over the decades. Find your house from 100 years ago… or maybe Perth’s first BBQ?

If you haven’t got your tickets yet head over now to Eventbrite to register for your GeoRabble fix of 2018!

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GeoRabble Perth #21 | The Return

We’re back!

After a bit* of a hiatus, Perth GeoRabble is back in action and ready to ‘rabble! And just in time for the end of year festivities too 😉

Join us on the 28th of November as we have an exciting starting line up of speakers including:

  • Ross Lewin – Can Artificial Intelligence find the Ants? Work being done to trial hyperspectral imagery and Machine Learning/AI in the detection of Red Imported Fire Ants (RFIA) in Brisbane for the Queensland Government.
  • Ikrom Nishanbaev – Exploring Australian Cultural Heritage Sites with the Geospatial Semantic Web

With more to be announced very soon!

Logistical details:

  • 28th November 2018
  • Doors open 5:30pm
  • Presentations from 6:00pm
  • Universal Bar, 221 William St, Northbridge
  • A handful speakers, 10 minutes each, a room full of ‘rabblers, and the usual rules
  • Attendance is free, but for catering purposes please help our hosts by registering here

Follow @georabble on twitter or use the hashtag #georabbleper to join the conversation.

We can’t hold these events without the help of the greater Geocommunity! Please contact us if you’d like to be a part of sponsoring a future event or get involved in helping organise an event.

This event brought to you by the Perth GeoRabble team and sponsored our friends @ Hexagon Geospatial

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*might maybe be a tad of an understatement