[OSGeo-Discuss] Ordnance Survey Geospatial Mashup Challenge - GISRUK 2009
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Tue Mar 24 08:54:49 PDT 2009
If any of you are planning to attend GISRUK 2009, please find details of the Ordnance Survey Geospatial Mashup Challenge session http://www.ceg.ncl.ac.uk/gisruk2009/mashup.htm . The session is scheduled to take place on 3rd April Friday from 1400-1440.
Presentations scheduled for OS Mashup session:
# OS OpenSpace Introduction presentation- Andy Radburn ,Ordnance Survey
# Community Maps - Claire Ellul , Louise Francis , Mordechai(Muki) Haklay, UCL
# Cultures of Legibility Web Map - William A. Mackaness, Vlad Tanasescu, The University of Edinburgh
# User Adaptive Trip Planner -Ramya Venkateswaran, Pia Bereuter, University of Zurich
# Contextualising Educational Careers for Widening Participation in Higher Education -Singleton, A.D., O'Brien,O. , CASA, UCL
# The Social Marketing Tool - Jessica Wardlaw , Dr Foster Intelligence
# Point data in mashups:moving away from pushpins in maps -Aidan Slingsby, Jason Dykes, Jo Wood, giCentre, City University London
# UCL Campus Route Finder - Joel Dearden ,CASA, UCL
# UWeather - A Web Portal for your Weather Data -Eike Hinderk Jürrens, Arne Bröring, Simon Jirka, Sidi Benmoh, University of Muenster, Institute for Geoinformatics (IfGI)
# Historical GIS 2.0: The Marr Map of Manchester -O'Brien, O., Singleton, A.D., CASA, UCL
Format of the session:
The participants will have 3 minutes each to present the mashup application developed to the audience and judges. There will be internet connection provided in the presentation room, to enable presenters to show live demos if they choose.
The best geospatial mashup application developed will be selected by a panel of 5 judges who will all be known experts in geospatial science. The best mashup will be awarded an Ordnance Survey prize of £100 of Amazon vouchers.
Dr Suchith Anand
Centre for Geospatial Science
Sir Clive Granger Building
University of Nottingham
Tel: (0)115 846 8408
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