Geo information & Sensors – How does the geospatial community deal with real-time data and continuous data flows? – Status Quo & Perspectives

EUROGI MEMBERS MEETING, 4th November 2016

Date: 4 November 2016, 10:00 – 17:40 hrs
Location: Bochum University for Applied Science, Bochum, Germany

 

AGENDA

 

  1. REGISTRATION (10.00 –10.30)
  2. LOGISTICS, Andreas Wytzisk, DDGI (10.30 –10.35)
  3. WELCOME, Henning Sten Hansen, EUROGI President (10.35 – 10.45)
  4. SETTING THE SCENE (10.45 – 11.00)
  5. “ENRICHING INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURES WITH OBSERVATION DATA” (11.00 – 12.30)
    • Enriching SDIs – Copernicus Data and Exploitation” (Godela Roßner, DLR)
    • Interoperable access to near real-time data – Sensor Web Enablement (52°North)
    • Citizen Science & Observation Data (Th. Barthoschek, IfGI)
    • E-Reporting Air Quality (Olav Peeters, IRCEL)

Lunch Break (13.00 – 14.00)

  1. “INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS OF GEO-SPATIAL NEAR REAL-TIME DATA” (14.00 – 16.0 0)
    • Improve coordination and reaction time of early responders by providing (near-) real time context information (Bodo Bernsdorf, EFTAS)
    • A real-time monitoring system for protection against wildfires (University of Maribor,  D. Mongus)
    • Managing traffic flows by real-time geodata mining (con terra, M. Kleemann)
    • Sensor Webs for monitoring and managing heavy rain falls (Wupperverband, Ch. Malewski)
    • Air and Noise Quality App for Municipalities = Smart Emission M.App (J. Jessenk, Hexagon)

Coffee Break (16.00 – 16:30)

  1. COUNTRY REPORTS – HOW DO YOU WORK IN THIS FIELD (ongoing activities, identified shortcomings, need for political action, …)? (16.30 – 17.00)
  2. DISCUSSION: “ARE WE WELL PREPARED / DOES EUROGI NEED TO ACT?” (moderated by Henning Sten Hansen, EUROGI President) (17.00 – 17.30)
  3. CLOSING (17.30– 17.40)