GeoBI @ FOSS4G-2011

September 11th, 2011 by Andrea Gioia

FOSS4G, the global and annual conference hosted by OSGeo in venues all around the globe, will be held this week (from Monday September 12 through Saturday September 17) in Denver (Colorado, USA). It attracts every year, since its first edition in 2007, the best Open Source geospatial software projects and their developers making it the gathering of the tribes. This year, aside addressing as usual the needs of users and developers alike, it intends to also bridge the gap between the suits and the geeks by explaining how the business models can be used to address the needs of small and large organizations.

Two members of the GeoBI Initiative, Spatyalitics and Camptocamp, are sponsoring the event. Both will be in Denver these days, actively contributing with workshops, presentations and tutorials. The ones that are interested in participate to one of them can find more infos on Camptocamp’s contributions here and on Spatyalitics’ contributions here. For the full program of the event you can go here. Finally for the ones particularly interested in location intelligence we suggest to not miss the following presentations …

  1. GeoKettle, the open source spatial ETL tool : overview, new features and roadmap
  2. GeoKettle: A powerful spatial ETL tool for feeding your Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI)
  3. Developing OGC Compliant Web Applications With GeoExt
  4. Building professional geo-analytical dashboards and reports with GeoBIExt
  5. MapQuery and SVG charts: a powerful interface for aggregated data
  6. Open Source Business Intelligence (OSBI): Overview and Geospatial Enablement
  7. The Intersection of Geospatial and Business Intelligence
  8. INTELIGEO – Geographic Intelligence System
  9. Interactive space-time dynamics: A hands-on introduction to i2maps
  10. Opticks: Overview Of An Open Source ELT
  11. OpenStreetMap for Network Analyses in ArcGIS
  12. Opening Data with GeoNode
  13. Use of Google Fusion Tables for a public floodplain interface
  14. The WISERD GeoPortal: A tool for the discovery of socio-economic research data in Wales
  15. Turning Data into Beautiful Maps
  16. Leveraging Mapnik for designing custom map tiles and scalable applications
  17. MapFish Project: Status and Good Practices
  18. MapFish in Production

Follow us on twitter @geobinitiative during this week in order to have more cool news an feedbacks from FOS4G2011 !

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