We offer a series of talks to give you and your employees inspiration and a quick overview of interesting technologies and topics:
INSPIRE, OGC & FOSS4G
What is INSPIRE and how does the responsibilities of the authorities look? What does INSPIRE mean to me and my organization? What is OGC and how are they related to ISO? How does Open Source look in relation to geospatial data and public administration?
Consultants & employees
How do I benefit the most from using consultants? What happens in the interaction between regular employees and consultants? How to best run projects with mixed teams and how to ensure that things work even after the experts have left?
Application Backend Paradigm
The swamp of innovative developers. Create a good common platform for your developers to concentrate on delivering value to the business instead of introducing new technologies that your business has to maintain. Common platform, reusablility, monitoring, tests, known technologies and handling environments.
Better datamodel handling
This is not the savior, but it can make your job easier. Make it easy to keep all of your environments/databases in sync with a structured approach. ORM, JPA, Liquibase, data modeling, versioning.
Geodata is just data or is it?
How do we handle geospatial data in an efficient manner? What standard tools are found to avoid reinventing the wheel? What pitfalls exist in relation to the so-called "common" data?
Get a taste of collective mapping – options with OpenStreetMap
Ever heard about OpenStreetMap (OSM)? The OSM database is more than just Wikipedia for maps, and it contains a gigantic amount of geospatial data, that can be used in many business cases. Whether you need a background map with your own cartography as a context for your own data, or whether you need a platform for a collaborative group with local knowledge to optimize the quality of a particular set of data, OpenStreetMap definitely has something to offer.
Should we host geodata locally, on the Danish Datafordeler, or do cloud-based solutions exist which can meet our requirements? This talk touches on the challenges specific to geospatial data, and what helpful technologies are available.