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Where2 0 & neogeography (spatial@gov)

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  • great presentation Maurits, especially the 'how GISers see neogoegraphers' very true.
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  • Tool-centric  user centric
  • Too Complex?1.0 – Top Down, less detailed2.0 – community driven
  • Let’s look at some REAL WORLD examplesOpenStreetMap (OSM) is a collaborative project to create a free editable map of the world’s streetsFasterBetter?More responsive (e.g. PSMA road/Address data: 6 month update cycle)providing a free, open digital map of the planet as a patchwork of contributions by individual volunteers – Volunteered Geographic InformationThe maps are created using data from portable GPS devices and other free sources. Users can also create new routes or update existing ones using the given editing tools.
  • This video animation illustrates the rapid improvement of Haïti coverage in Openstreetmap following the January 2010 earthquake. It shows coverage of the entire Haiti/Dominican Republic island, and illustrates the rapid worldwide mobilization of volunteer mappers to assist humanitarian workers on the ground.
  • Better examples here? Advanced, digital cartography (and associated analysis)You can do something here, start an app, add some data. (Christchurch Google Maps?)See also blogpost re. Spatial Canvas
  • Better examples here? Advanced, digital cartography (and associated analysis)You can do something here, start an app, add some data. (Christchurch Google Maps?)See also blogpost re. Spatial Canvas
  • When mapping first arrived on the web, it was all about driving directions. In the era of the mashup, we saw map tiles being used as canvas for a variety of websites devoted to data visualization and interaction. At Bing, we've been evolving to meet and accelerate the trajectory of these shifts, in the process enabling a broad sweep of new applications written by anyone, using data from anywhere.
  • When mapping first arrived on the web, it was all about driving directions. In the era of the mashup, we saw map tiles being used as canvas for a variety of websites devoted to data visualization and interaction. At Bing, we've been evolving to meet and accelerate the trajectory of these shifts, in the process enabling a broad sweep of new applications written by anyone, using data from anywhere.
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    • 1. Where 2.0: Impressions from the world of ‘neo-geography’Maurits van der VlugtSpatial Information strategist<br />
    • 2. Overview<br />Background<br />Paradigm Shifts of Neo-Geography<br />Examples<br />Bushfire Connect<br />Implications for our industry<br />Q&A<br />
    • 3. Where 2.0 - The Term<br />O'Reilly Media “Where 2.0” conference<br />6th: San Jose, California. 31/3 – 1/4 2010 <br />900 attendees (sold out)<br />Avg. Age: 30-35. <br />80% industry, rest Government/Academia<br />Focus: Neo-Geography, Geo in Web 2.0, Mobile Platforms, Augmented Reality<br />
    • 4. The “[...] usage of geographical techniques and tools used for personal and community activities or for utilization by a non-expert group of users”<br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neogeography<br />Neo-Geography?<br />The “[...] usage of geographical techniques and tools used for personal and community activities or for utilization by a non-expert group of users”<br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neogeography<br />
    • 5. Buzzwords<br />Web 2.0 / Social Media<br />Crowd Sourcing – Volunteered Geo-Information (VGI)<br />Augmented Reality<br />Geotagging<br />And many more…<br />
    • 6.
    • 7. Volunteered Geo Information (VGI)<br />National SDI <br />Less detailed data<br />Less detailed data<br />State SDI <br />Local SDI <br />More detailed Data<br />More detailed Data<br />(Rajabifard et al)<br />SDI 1.0 (POLICY DRIVEN)<br />SDI 2.0 (USER DRIVEN)<br />From: Kevin McDougall, SSC 2009<br />
    • 8. Open Streetmap<br />From: Kevin McDougall, SSC 2009<br />
    • 9. Mapping Haiti in 10 days….<br />
    • 10. Paradigm Shift #1<br />From: interactive paper map<br />
    • 11. Paradigm Shift #1<br /><ul><li>To: Spatial Canvas</li></ul>http://www.mapquake.co.nz/<br />
    • 12. the Map –”App-store””<br />
    • 13. Find Local ‘live’ reports<br />
    • 14. Paradigm Shift #2<br />
    • 15. Augmented Reality<br />
    • 16. Ushahidi – bushfire COnnect<br />http://bushfireconnect.org<br />Twitter: @bushfireconnect<br />
    • 17. Bushfire COnnect<br />Community Powered<br />Community Resilience<br />Integrate Crowd Sourced and Official Information<br />
    • 18. Incident Reports<br />SMS<br />Web-Form<br />Geo-RSS<br />Tweets<br />
    • 19. Incident Alerts<br />
    • 20. The neo-geography way<br />Incident reporting, integration and alerts through the ‘Spatial Canvas’<br />What’s happening ‘Here’?<br />Trusted, timely and transparent<br />Complements official agencies<br />
    • 21. From Andrew Turner, Fortius One<br />
    • 22. How neogeographers see GIS-ers<br />They don’t<br />From Andrew Turner, Fortius One<br />
    • 23. From Andrew Turner, Fortius One<br />
    • 24. Implications for Our Industry?<br />Ignore at your peril<br />Who cares about projections, datums, accuracy?<br />Next big things<br />Explosion of apps on Mobile geo-APIs<br />Hyper localised, real-time reporting<br />Open, open, open…<br />
    • 25. Summary<br />Where 2.0 and Neo-Geography<br />By anyone for anyone<br />Paradigm shifts<br />From digital map, to spatial canvas<br />From “where is that?” to “what is here?”<br />Bushfire Connect<br />Community powered<br />Integrate crowd-sourced and official information<br />Neo-geography: Ignore at your peril!<br />
    • 26. That’s it… Thanks for listening<br />Maurits.vandervlugt@mercuryps.com.au <br />http://spatial21.blogspot.com<br />http://bushfireconnect.org<br />Twitter: @mvandervlugt<br />

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