[OSGeo-Discuss] Big Earth Data - the Documentary
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Mon Mar 30 01:28:50 PDT 2015
Peter Baumann has also send excellent details of TV documentary that he and colleagues in Germany developed which addresses Big Earth Data. Details at
I think it is a good example of explaining in simple terms synergies with Geospatial and Big Data to the wider public. So let us make sure we keep building more ideas for joint research at Plenary 6 and the future.
From: Anand Suchith
Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 9:08 AM
To: ica-osgeo-labs at lists.osgeo.org
Subject: Recordings and minutes of joint meeting of IG Geospatial & IG Big Data - RDA5 , San Deigo
The minutes and presentations from the joint meeting of Geospatial and Big Data IGs at RDA5 , San Deigo earlier this month are now available at
Thanks to Chris Pettit (University of Melbourne) for chairing this joint meeting aimed at bridging synergies with Geospatial and Big Data research communities in particular for our Road Map Challenge ideas for Urban Science and City Analytics (joint ideas in Geospatial and Big Data ) See ideas in place at http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/GeoForAll_UrbanScience_CityAnalytics and join the mailing list at http://lists.osgeo.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/geoforall-urbanscience
All those interested are welcome to join the thematic working group. We request that all participants support the 'Open Cities Guiding Principles.'
Open Cities - Guiding Principles :
* All material created is made available for all under an Open License
* All material is carefully designed (modular componentry) so that it can be built upon by others
* All participants aim to reuse, extend and invent material (in that order)
Thanks also to Christoph Stich for kindly putting together the minutes of the meeting . We also thank RDA Europe's Early Career European Researchers & Scientists working with Data Support Programme for the RDA 5th Plenary which supported Christoph Stich
It was a great session with about 50 people involved ( at the event and online)
The link to a recording of the GoTomeeting in case anyone missed it and would like to watch is available at
We thank all presenters and participants for thier contributions and looking forward to expand these ideas in the future. See you at P6 at Paris (23rd-25th Sep, 2015) with a focus on Research Data for Climate Change.
Suchith Anand, Peter Baumann, Andrea Perego, Luciene Delzari, Helena Mitasova, Chris Pettit, Morris Riedel, Kwo-Sen Kuo
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