Videos and slides from FOSSGIS & AGIT OSGeo Day
Last week I had the pleasure to attend the combined FOSSGIS, AGIT and GI_Forum conferences in Salzburg. It was a great joint event bringing together GIS user and developers from industry and academia, working with both open source and commercial GIS.
I was particularly impressed by the great FOSSGIS video team. Their tireless work makes it possible to re-watch all FOSSGIS talks (in German).
I also had the pleasure to give a few presentations. Most of all, it was an honor to give the AGIT opening keynote, which I dedicated to Open Source, Open Data & Open Science.
In addition, I also gave one talk related to an ongoing research project on pedestrian routing. It was really interesting to see that other people – in particular from the OSM community – also talked about this problem during FOSSGIS:
(For more details, please see the full paper (OA).)
To wrap up this great week, Astrid Emde, Andreas Hocevar, and myself took the chance to celebrate the 10th anniversary of OSGeo during AGIT2016 OSGeo Day.
Full house at #AGIT2016 os geoday with @astroidex @ahoce and myself, celebrating 10 years #osgeo https://t.co/7n81G9oX81—
Anita Graser (@underdarkGIS) July 08, 2016
And last but not least, I presented an update from the QGIS project with news about the 3.0 plans and a list of (highly subjective) top new features: