Two talks @ Royal Geographic Society: Data quality in OSM and spatiotemporal social media data analysis

Last week members of the GIScience group Heidelberg contributed two talks to the final COST ENERGIC meeting, which was held at the historic Oondatje Theatre of the Royal Geographical Society in London. On Thursday, Benjamin Herfort and Melanie Eckle talked about the latest achievements, current state and future avenues of data quality assessments in OpenStreetMap. René Westerholt provided a wrap up of the state of spatiotemporal social media analysis on Friday. He completed his talk with a range of key messages for prospective developments in the field.

Melanie, Benjamin and René during their talks
Melanie, Benjamin and René during their talks