This Wednesday and Thursday we have presentations from the GIScience research group Heidelberg on two remote contintents – both in Africa and in Australia:
On Wednesday: First down under at GIScience Melbourne in Australia Rene Westerholt will present the work related to our PLATIAL18 workshop:
- Westerholt, R., Gröbe, M., Zipf, A. and Burghardt, D. (2018): Towards the statistical analysis and visualization of places. 10th International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Melbourne, Australia, DOI: 10.4230/LIPIcs.GIScience.2018.63.
Later at Foss4G in Dar es Salaam, Tansania, Sabrina will provide an introduction into the openrouteservice for disaster management, current developments and practical applications in the sessions Wednesday afternoon (14:30):
Supporting Humanitarian Logistics with the OpenRouteService for Disaster Management
On Thursday Franz Benjamin will report in Australia at GIScience some results from our DFG Project on OSM quality analysis:
- Mocnik, F.-B. (2018): Linked Open Data Vocabularies for Semantically Annotated Repositories of Data Quality Measures. 10th International Conference on Geographic Information Science (GIScience), 2018, Melbourne, Australia.
Then that Thursday in Africa at Foss4G Melanie will provide insights on how the community can make use of our OpenStreetMap History Analytics platform ohsome for own analyses and use cases in the Thursday afternoon session (15.00):
Opening up the potential of the OSM Full History Data to the HOT community, project managers and data users
Enjoy the discussions!