Geospatial Sensing | Virtual 2020
From Sensing to Understanding our World
Geospatial Sensing Conference 2020 goes virtual and extends abstract deadline
Earth observation networks, e.g. in-situ sensors and remote sensing systems, deliver a multitude of data capturing the state of our environment. These data sets are highly valued by scientists and stakeholders from a variety of domains and backgrounds such as hydrology, marine sciences, traffic management, environmental monitoring, energy supply or smart city systems. An active research and development community works on new approaches to share, manage, discover, analyze, and visualize geospatial sensor data. The Geospatial Sensing Conference provides a platform for scientists, developers and users to examine current challenges, present best practices and discuss future developments.
This virtual event will take place from August 31 – September 2, 2020. It continues the Geospatial Sensor Webs workshops and conferences that began in 2013. Our focus ‘From Sensing to Understanding our World’ includes sensor data interpretation, analysis and visualization, tools and infrastructures for sharing geospatial sensor data, and novel sensor platforms. Join us to discover, exchange ideas about, and discuss new developments, emerging technologies, as well as ongoing research activities in the field of geospatial sensing. Become a part of an exciting mix of tutorials/webinars, live discussions, presentations, lightning talks and more addressing aspects of geospatial sensing.
The 52°North Open Innovation Network invites researchers, software developers and practitioners to submit abstracts as presentation proposals. This year’s program includes an EDC Forum session, which particularly invites members of Esri’s EDC community to present and discuss their work in the field of Geospatial Sensing.
The abstract should be 200 – 300 words and include title, authors and an outline of the presentation. Please submit the abstract as a pdf file to "> by June 14, 2020. All submissions will be reviewed by the program committee and accepted on the basis of content, available space, and overall program balance. The authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by July 14, 2020. Final abstracts will be published on the conference website. We intend to invite authors of high quality abstracts to expand their contributions to a full paper for a special journal issue.
Sensor Web sensors in the cloud sensor data sharing and integration event-driven architectures real-time sensing spatial data mining spatial data analytics visualization big geospatial data semantics of sensors and observations novel sensor platforms sensor data on the Web sensor data quality citizen science smart cities and mobility sensor data and spatial data infrastructures standards and interoperability Internet of Things metadata research data infrastructures data modelling applications and best practices
Lars Bernard (Technische Universität Dresden)
Rolf de By (ITC, University of Twente)
Michael Gould (Universitat Jaume I/Esri)
Simon Jirka (52°North)
Thomas Kolbe (Technische Universität München)
Alex Kotsev (Joint Research Centre)
Joan Masó (CREAF)
Dietmar Mothes (ITZBund)
Edzer Pebesma (Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster)
Matthes Rieke (52°North)
Dick Schaap (MARIS)
Sven Schade (Joint Research Centre)
Ingo Simonis (OGC)
Dawn Wright (Esri)
Andreas Wytzisk-Arens (Hochschule Bochum)