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How Neogeography Killed GIS
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How Neogeography Killed GIS

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Presented at AGI UK GeoCommunity 2009

Presented at AGI UK GeoCommunity 2009

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  • Without knowing what was said during the presentation it looks to make the same mistake that everyone else does which is the role of a GIS professional is to make maps/analyse. The reality is GIS users and information hoarders have perverted the term and its actual role. A true GIS professional is the person who puts the mapping/analysis tools into the hands of the user/community. The reality is that NeoGeography is just another fancy term, what it actually represents is the majority of the GIS Industry who are not actually GIS Professionals
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  • 1. How Neogeography Andrew Turner @ajturner Killed GIS
  • 2. “GIS is dead.” Tim Bowden Mapforge Geospatial @ FOSS4G 2007
  • 3. A Brief History Lesson
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  • 31. A Brief History Lesson
  • 32. birdfarm Journalism
  • 33. and how it died
  • 34. London Mumbai Realtime
  • 35. Trends Connected, Hyperlinked Realtime Two-way conversations Personalized Rise of the ‘amateur’ reporter Syndication and Aggregation Lack of innovation
  • 36. Traditional Paradigms failed,
  • 37. Traditional Paradigms failed, and so did the industry
  • 38. Not a Good Outcome
  • 39. What’s happening in GIS
  • 40. Peter talked about all the great technologies
  • 41. Functionality Future GIS Server OSGeo Increasing Accessibility GIS Open Tools Money + Time Cost Geospatial Trend
  • 42. Open, Accessible Data
  • 43. Adaptx vs. Walking Papers
  • 44. Ordnance Survey vs. OpenStreetMap
  • 45. MapInfo vs. GeoCommons
  • 46. Traditional Stack Complicated www.cookbook.hlurb.gov.ph
  • 47. flickr: vox Problems with “GIS”
  • 48. What is the key difference between GIS and Neogeography?
  • 49. GIS is Tool-Centric
  • 50. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tcd123/2272715622 Neogeography is User-Centric
  • 51. http://flickr.com/photos/ayula/55908651/ Neogeography is User-Centric
  • 52. Neogeography is User-Centric
  • 53. Neogeography
  • 54. Neogeography is about
  • 55. Neogeography is about personal interaction
  • 56. Neogeography is about personal interaction with place
  • 57. “ The technology is bringing people closer to to their worlds and empowering them to define a future that reflects their values, hopes and dreams. ”
  • 58. “ The technology is bringing people closer to to their worlds and empowering them to define a future that reflects their values, hopes and dreams. ” Jack Dangermond
  • 59. The New Compass 560 million GPS enabled handsets by 2012
  • 60. New Paradigms
  • 61. Media & Entertainment Location-Based Going on Locative Games Vacation Art
  • 62. Mobile Consumers Social Augmented Banking Networks Reality
  • 63. Personal Analytics Where I Government Hyperlocal Live Engagement News
  • 64. GIS is a commodity. Part of the infrastructure.
  • 65. How to alter the future-past
  • 66. How ‘GISers’ see ‘neogeographers’ flickr: diskostu
  • 67. How ‘neogeographers’ see ‘GISers’
  • 68. How ‘neogeographers’ see ‘GISers’ they don’t
  • 69. We’re from the Internet...
  • 70. An Allegory of a Man
  • 71. Neural Network Learning Applied to Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics Control Systems
  • 72. GOCE Spacecraft - Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer
  • 73. Convergence of Blogs, Digital Media, Consumer GPS and Mobile, Internet enabled devices
  • 74. Explain it in meaningful terms Trip Mapping Friend Finding House Planning GeoGenealogy
  • 75. Build tools and components GeoRSS KML
  • 76. Build Easy to Use Interfaces
  • 77. Where the people are going
  • 78. Reach out into their communities.
  • 79. Reach out into their communities. Engage.
  • 80. Offer insight and expertise.
  • 81. Offer insight and expertise. Don’t lecture.
  • 82. Collaborate.
  • 83. Collaborate. Build.
  • 84. “We” need to work together Gartner: July 2009
  • 85. “We” need to work together Gartner: July 2009
  • 86. “We” need to work together Gartner: July 2009
  • 87. “We” need to work together “We” means more than the people in this audience Gartner: July 2009
  • 88. There are a lot of problems we need to solve
  • 89. Metadata - Findability
  • 90. Portability - Archiving
  • 91. flickr:cardopoli Privacy - Obfuscation
  • 92. Accuracy, Precision - Reliability, Quality
  • 93. flickr: smb_flickr Conflation - Linked Data
  • 94. Interaction - Cartography
  • 95. Lets change the future
  • 96. Plenary Session: “How citizens connected with place to change the world.”
  • 97. Let’s Build a New Future Together Andrew Turner - @ajturner andrew@fortiusone.com http://highearthorbit.com

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