17. März 2019
von Ageo
Kommentare deaktiviert für AGEO-Forum 2019 – Programm register:raster:georeferenz

AGEO-Forum 2019 – Programm register:raster:georeferenz


PROGRAMM                                                                                                                       Anmeldung

09.30-10.00 Registrierung der Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer
10:00-10:15 Begrüßung und Einleitung DI Wernher Hoffmann (Präsident BEV)
DI Peter Skalicki-Weixelberger
(Präsident, AGEO; GeoInfo, Graz)
Fachvorträge, Live-Demos, Diskussionen Moderation: Dr. Petra Staufer-Steinnocher (Generalsekretärin, AGEO; WGI, WU Wien)
10:15-10:55 Applying Discrete Global Grid Systems across multiple jurisdictions: lessons learned from integrating spatial and statistical data in a federated environment Dr.Matthew Purss (Geosciences Australia)
DI Roland Grillmayer (UBA Wien)
(Vortrag Englisch, Diskussion D/E)
10:55-11:35 Time-specific population grids using new forms of data ProfessorDavid Martin (University of Southampton, Geography and Environmental Science) (Vortrag Englisch, Diskussion D/E)
11:35-12:15 Wo sind die Leute tagsüber? Ein Vergleich zweier (Raster)Modelle der Tagesbevölkerung von Wien DI Dr.Klaus Steinnocher (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Smart Resilient Cities)
(Vortrag Deutsch, Diskussion D/E)
12:15-13:30 Mittagsbuffet  
Fachvorträge, Live-Demos, Diskussionen Moderation: Dr. Petra Staufer-Steinnocher (Generalsekretärin AGEO; WGI, WU Wien)
13:30-14:10: The need for small-area data in the social sciences: Using populist voting as illustration Univ.-Prof. Dr.Jürgen Essletzbichler (WU Wien, Wirtschaftsgeographie u Geoinformatik)
(Vortrag Englisch, Diskussion D/E)
14:10-14:50 Geospatial Technologies im BMI – Die Bedeutung von raumbezogenen Daten im BMI bei gegenwartsnahen Einsatzlagen Wolfgang Müller (BMI, Design und Betrieb kritischer Kommunikationsinfrastrukturen)
(Vortrag Englisch, Diskussion D/E)
14:50-15:10 Kaffeepause  
15:10-15:50 wirtschaft:raster:kunde Mag.Martin Ortner (WIGeoGIS GmbH), Georg Melber (ProfileAddress Direktmarketing GmbH)
16:00-17:15 Podiums-Publikums-Diskussion Moderation
Peter Skalicki-Weixelberger
Jürgen Essletzbichler, Roland Grillmayer, David Martin, Georg Melber, Wolfgang Müller, Martin Ortner, Matthew Purss, Klaus Steinnocher

5. März 2019
von Ageo
Kommentare deaktiviert für Applying Discrete Global Grid Systems across multiple jurisdictions

Applying Discrete Global Grid Systems across multiple jurisdictions

Dr. Matthew Purss                          DI Roland Grillmayer
(Geosciences Australia)               (UBA Umweltbundesamt Wien)

Applying Discrete Global Grid Systems across multiple jurisdictions: lessons learned from integrating spatial and statistical data in a federated environment (Vortrag Englisch, Diskussion D/E)

Vortrag beim AGEO-Forum 2019 – Anmeldung

Abstract: The promise of the ‘Big Data’ Era has driven us to explore new ways to integrate socio-economic and statistical data with geospatial/geoscientific data to provide new insights into both our impact on the Earth, and her systems, and their impact on us. Using conventional approaches this is a very difficult problem because we are interested in both local and global scales at the same time. Unfortunately, conventional approaches to spatial data integration are generally good at one or the other but not both; esp., when data sources span multiple jurisdictions. There is an alternative to conventional approaches in Discrete Global Grid Systems (DGGS). DGGS are Earth reference systems that use a hierarchical, equal area, tessellation of the Earth to partition and address the entire globe. DGGS enable rapid integration of spatial data from local to global scales without the difficulties and limitations associated with conventional approaches to spatial data. They are a flexible spatial data infrastructure that can be employed in either (or both) a tightly coupled and a loosely coupled fashion; thus enabling their successful implementation in heterogeneous, multi-jurisdictional settings. This presentation will provide a brief overview of the challenge of multijurisdictional integration of statistical and spatial data; an introduction to DGGS technologies; and, some lessons learned from the implementation of DGGS across multiple jurisdictions in Australia.

Short biography: Matthew Brian John Purss is a Senior Advisor on Geospatial Standards at Geoscience Australia. He is a founding co-chair of the Open Geospatial Consortium’s (OGC) Discrete Global Grid Systems Domain and Standards Working Groups. He is a geophysicist with over 20 years’ experience in the exploration, research and government sectors and holds a PhD in Exploration Geophysics from Monash University where he studied grid based approaches to magnetic and electromagnetic modelling applications. Prior to initiating and leading the international standardisation of DGGS infrastructures Matthew was instrumental in the creation and early development of the Australian Geoscience Datacube (now known as Digital Earth Australia).

Kurzbiographie: Roland Grillmayer ist Senior GIS Analyst am Umweltbundesamt Wien. Er vertritt Österreich bei ISO TC211 – Geographic information/Geomatics, ist stv. Ausschussvorsitzender des ONK84 – Geoinformatik und Vermessung und arbeitet an der Revision und Schaffung neuer GIS-Standards. Weitere Arbeitsschwerpunkte: Leitung INSPIRE Assistenzstelle Datenharmonisierung; Aufbau eines Monitoring Systems unter Nutzung von Satellitenbilddaten; Lebensraumvernetzung in Österreich; Lehrveranstaltungen an der Boku Wien (2006-), TU Graz (2017- ), TU Wien (2016)) im Themengebiet der GIS Standardisierung runden sein Tätigkeitsfeld ab.

5. März 2019
von Ageo
Kommentare deaktiviert für Time-specific population grids using new forms of data – Prof. David Martin

Time-specific population grids using new forms of data – Prof. David Martin

Professor David Martin
(University of Southampton, Geography and Environmental Science)

Time-specific population grids using new forms of data

(Vortrag Englisch, Diskussion D/E) beim AGEO-Forum 2019 – Anmeldung

Abstract: Many population mapping applications are currently hampered by the very specific temporal relevance of available data, which is rarely acknowledged by users.  Conventional census and population register datasets typically represent the ‘night-time’ population distribution, with employment statistics and other indicators sometimes being used to estimate ‘day-time’ or ‘ambient’ population distributions.  Weiterlesen →

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