SDI-Open 2017 – Presentations

Presentations are available from the 28th International Cartographic Conference pre-conference workshop on Spatial data infrastructures, standards, open source and open data for geospatial (SDI-Open 2017). The workshop, held 1- 2 July 2017 at George Washington University in Washington DC, was jointly organized by the Commission on Open Source Geospatial Technologies and the Commission on SDI and Standards.

Introduction to the ICA Commission on SDI & Standards. Serena Coetzee, Chair: ICA Commission on SDI & Standards
Collecting and organizing a Global Address Dataset. Ian Dees, OpenAddresses
Measuring the Quality of Address Data: Stakeholders, Challenges, and Approaches. Sean Uhl, US Census Bureau
SDIs in Belarus and neighbouring countries. Franz-Josef Behr, Elena Protasevich, Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences
Introduction to the ICA Commission on Open Source Geospatial Technologies, Silvana Camboim, Chair: ICA Commission on Open Source Geospatial Technologies
What is open source and how do pay models for access /use/ upgrade of open source coexist, Danny Sheehan, Carto, Inc., USA
OpenStreetMap hands-on session: Its History, Data Structure, License and Ecosystem. Franz-Josef Behr, Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences
How and why open source software has become mainstream for GIS. Eddie Pickle, DigitalGlobe Radiant (formerly Radiant Blue)
OSGeo Live introduction. Vaclav Petras, Center for Geospatial Analytics, North Carolina State University, USA
Analytical data visualizations with GRASS GIS and Blender. Vaclav Petras, Anna Petrasova, Payam Tabrizian, Brendan Harmon, Helena Mitasova, Center for Geospatial Analytics, North Carolina State University, USA
Interactive visualization of open data and design maps with open source geospatial tools, including the Tangible Landscape system

Source: http://sdistandards.icaci.org/sdi-open-2017-proceedings/