Thursday 24 October 2019

timetrack 1 (Auditorium)track 2 (Sylva)track3 (Aqua)
9h00Welcome - news from OSGeo and OSM
9h10Astrid Emde - OSGeo in a global context
9h50Bart De Lathouwer - OGC president - Upcoming changes in OGC standards and how to get involved
10h30First Coffee break
11h00Telraam: enabling traffic analysis for the local level
Willem Himpe[nl]
Extract semantic information from 3D georeferenced point clouds
Raphaël Delhome[en]
Deep Learning and GeoSpatial data: Computer Vision at scale and Text2Map
Olivier Courtin[en]
11h25Landbouwschade app met Qgis en Qfield
Vicky Verscheijden[nl]
Towards an Open-Source Workflow for Geological Mapping
Kristiaan Joseph[en]
How Deep Learning help Change Detection and upgrade Data Quality.
Gael Kruwialis[en]
11h50How we created a numeric atlas for geography teachers using QGIS
Julien Minet[fr]
pydov: taking scientists underground with easy access to soil, subsoil and groundwater data
Roel Huybrechts[en]
Deep-learning for very-high resolution land-cover mapping: a case study using Walloon open data aerial imagery and foss4g
Lennert Moritz[en]
13h30Werken met PostGIS: het rivierennetwerk in Vlaanderen als voorbeeld
Rik Hendrix[nl]
Parallelized computation of GIS data using dask-geomodeling
Casper van der Wel[en]
Input: a QGIS based app for collecting data
Saber Razmjooei[en]
13h55Once Only principle et gestion automatique des métadonnées par python et GeoNetwork
Benoît Fricheteau[fr]
GEOS in the Python ecosystem
Joris Van den Bossche[en]
Follow your wastewater using the open source Graph Tracing Engine
Oliver May[en]
14h20Running an open-source production level SDI with Geoserver
Roel Huybrechts[nl]
SAGA GIS - a GIS toolbox you should know
Johan Van de Wauw[en]
Contributing to Open Source Project as a Student through Google Summer of Code: QGIS 3D Improvement
Ismail Sunni[en]
14h45Second coffee break
15h15GeoBIM: Bridging the gap between BIM and GIS
Stijn Goedertier[nl]
MobilityDB: A Moving Object Database Extension To PostgreSQL
Esteban Zimányi, Mahmoud Sakr, Arthur Lesuisse, Mohamed Bakli[en]
The pitfalls of a 5 year journey towards academic acceptance of spatial technology
Leon van der Meulen[en]
15h40Du propriétaire vers un SIG open source
Bertrand Parpoil[fr]
Creating Wallonia's new very high resolution land cover maps: combining GRASS GIS OBIA and OTB pixel-based results
Taïs Grippa[en]
Produire une carte imprimée à partir de données OpenStreetMap, de participation citoyenne et d’outils open source : retour d’expérience et perspectives
Julien Minet & Pierre Huyghebaert[fr]
16h15Closing Plenary
16h30Closing Drink and Networking

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