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23-09-2010

This year's winners of the 52°North Student Innovation Prize for Geoinformatics 2010 present the results of their work. Daniel Nüst (Institute for Geoinformatics, Uni Muenster, Germany) presents "sos4R – Accessing a Sensor Observation Service from R”. Alexander McKeown and James McHugh from the Commonwealth Scientific and Research Organization (CSIRO) ICT Centre in Tasmania, Australia present “Developing an SOS Client for Use by the General Public”.

The 52°North Student Innovation Prize for Geoinformatics Workshop takes place on September 27, 2010 at the Institute for Geoinformatics. The agenda is listed below.

Presentation of 52°North Student Innovation Prize Results

15:30 – 16:15

Coffee and Cake

16:15 - 16:30

Introduction

16:30 - 17:00

"SOS4R – Accessing a Sensor Observation Service from R”: Daniel Nüst from the Institute for Geoinformatics, Uni Muenster, Germany

17:00 - 17:30

“Developing an SOS Client for Use by the General Public”: Alexander McKeown and James McHugh from the Commonwealth Scientific and Research Organization (CSIRO) ICT Centre in Tasmania, Australia

17:30

Reception with sparkling wine

The innovation prize is awarded by 52°North GmbH, con terra GmbH, ESRI Deutschland GmbH, the International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC in Enschede) and the Institute for Geoinformatics at the University of Muenster. Geoinformatics 2010. It aims to encourage students to contribute to the development and practical realization of innovative concepts in the field of Geoinformatics.

Affiliations

The 52° North affiliations:

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Cooperation Partners

The 52°North principal cooperation partners

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