Please note - you will need to register in advance, so we have a sense of how many people will attend. Please do so here. Danke!
Fire Monitoring and Analysis for Climate Change Mitigation and Improved Fire Management: The firemaps.net Approach by Gernot Rücker, Co-founder, ZEBRIS GbR
“Machine Learning for Humanitarian Mapping” by Michael Heißmeier, Chairman of the Training Working Group, HOTOSM
“How we are building ten geo location products in ten weeks with an algorithm builder.” by Dirk Wilfling, Co-Founder, Algoly
“… And They Will Come! OpenStreetMap road network analysis in Python”, Eberhard Hansis
“GeoProcessing and GeoAnalytics at Vodafone – some examples from our daily work”, Dr. Corinne Frey and Katrin Rusch
and a few lightening talks!
Afterwards the talks there will be a discussion and networking session and we are looking forward to get everyone connected with each other!
Interested in speaking at a future #geomobMUC?
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Who should attend?
Geomob is a community of academics, developers, industry professionals and enthusiasts who are passionate about location data driven products and businesses in Munich and beyond.
We seek to create a group of diverse participants and speakers. The goal for all of us is to better understand how location data and the technology around it affects all aspects of development.
Geomob is for everyone interested in geospatial technology - be it mobility, location intelligence, computer vision, indoor mapping, navigation, drone, GIS or any other location data driven industry.
We aim to meet every two or three months, providing a relaxed forum to discuss geoinnovation, whether its for fun or profit.
Please come along to learn more about location technology and discover what we can do to shape the future of the industry together.
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Many thanks to Muthu Kumar for organising this event, and to WERK1 and Esri for supporting the geomob community.