Geospatial IoT – The Need for Event-Driven Architectures in Contemporary Spatial Data Infrastructures
From August 28th to 30th 2017, the Geospatial Sensor Webs Conference 2017 opened its doors to Sensor Web researchers and practitioners. Approximately 60 participants from research, industry and public administration exchanged ideas on practical applications, emerging trends, user requirements, and future developments.
INSPIRE a digital Europe: Thinking out of the box
The INSPIRE Conference 2017 takes place from September 6 – 8, 2017 in Strasbourg, France. The pre-conference workshops take place from September 4 – 5, 2017 in Kehl, Germany. This year’s focus is “INSPIRE a digital Europe: Thinking out of the box”. 52°North experts particpate in workshops and give presentations about INSPIRE with Sensor Web technology and Geoprocessing functionality.
Monday, September 4
09:00 Integration of O&M data in the INSPIRE SDI – Benefits, challenges and prospects (Katharina Schleidt et al.)
Friday, September 8
INSPIRE thinking out of the box – Room: Madrid II
09:45 Enhancing INSPIRE Infrastructures with Data Processing Functionality (Christoph Stasch, Benjamin Pross and Simon Jirka)
Technologies and tools for Copernicus – Room: Madrid I
11:30 Sensor Web Technology: Interoperable Delivery of Copernicus In-Situ Observation Data (Simon Jirka)
Technologies and tools – Room: Amsterdam
15:00 NeXOS: INSPIRE Compliant Data Flows from Marine Observation Platforms into Spatial Data Infrastructures (Simon Jirka et al.)
Geospatial Sensor Webs – from data to information in the Sensor Web
This year’s conference emphasizes the importance of Sensor Web technology in conjunction with tools for data analysis, processing, and visualization. It will cover the state and future directions of Sensor Web standards and technology, as well as the challenges of processing Sensor Web data.
Two pre-conference tutorials on the afternoon of Monday, August 28th kick-off the event. The main conference day is Tuesday, August 29th. It concentrates on presentations and reports on user experiences. Wednesday, August 30th, is an interactive workshop day focusing on the discussion of user requirements, new technologies, future directions, and project ideas.