How Neogeography Killed GIS

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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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How Neogeography Killed GIS

  1. 1. How Neogeography Andrew Turner @ajturner Killed GIS
  2. 2. “GIS is dead.” Tim Bowden Mapforge Geospatial @ FOSS4G 2007
  3. 3. A Brief History Lesson
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  32. 32. birdfarm Journalism
  33. 33. and how it died
  34. 34. London Mumbai Realtime
  35. 35. Trends Connected, Hyperlinked Realtime Two-way conversations Personalized Rise of the ‘amateur’ reporter Syndication and Aggregation Lack of innovation
  36. 36. Traditional Paradigms failed,
  37. 37. Traditional Paradigms failed, and so did the industry
  38. 38. Not a Good Outcome
  39. 39. What’s happening in GIS
  40. 40. Peter talked about all the great technologies
  41. 41. Functionality Future GIS Server OSGeo Increasing Accessibility GIS Open Tools Money + Time Cost Geospatial Trend
  42. 42. Open, Accessible Data
  43. 43. Adaptx vs. Walking Papers
  44. 44. Ordnance Survey vs. OpenStreetMap
  45. 45. MapInfo vs. GeoCommons
  46. 46. Traditional Stack Complicated www.cookbook.hlurb.gov.ph
  47. 47. flickr: vox Problems with “GIS”
  48. 48. What is the key difference between GIS and Neogeography?
  49. 49. GIS is Tool-Centric
  50. 50. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tcd123/2272715622 Neogeography is User-Centric
  51. 51. http://flickr.com/photos/ayula/55908651/ Neogeography is User-Centric
  52. 52. Neogeography is User-Centric
  53. 53. Neogeography
  54. 54. Neogeography is about
  55. 55. Neogeography is about personal interaction
  56. 56. Neogeography is about personal interaction with place
  57. 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. 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. 59. The New Compass 560 million GPS enabled handsets by 2012
  60. 60. New Paradigms
  61. 61. Media & Entertainment Location-Based Going on Locative Games Vacation Art
  62. 62. Mobile Consumers Social Augmented Banking Networks Reality
  63. 63. Personal Analytics Where I Government Hyperlocal Live Engagement News
  64. 64. GIS is a commodity. Part of the infrastructure.
  65. 65. How to alter the future-past
  66. 66. How ‘GISers’ see ‘neogeographers’ flickr: diskostu
  67. 67. How ‘neogeographers’ see ‘GISers’
  68. 68. How ‘neogeographers’ see ‘GISers’ they don’t
  69. 69. We’re from the Internet...
  70. 70. An Allegory of a Man
  71. 71. Neural Network Learning Applied to Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics Control Systems
  72. 72. GOCE Spacecraft - Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer
  73. 73. Convergence of Blogs, Digital Media, Consumer GPS and Mobile, Internet enabled devices
  74. 74. Explain it in meaningful terms Trip Mapping Friend Finding House Planning GeoGenealogy
  75. 75. Build tools and components GeoRSS KML
  76. 76. Build Easy to Use Interfaces
  77. 77. Where the people are going
  78. 78. Reach out into their communities.
  79. 79. Reach out into their communities. Engage.
  80. 80. Offer insight and expertise.
  81. 81. Offer insight and expertise. Don’t lecture.
  82. 82. Collaborate.
  83. 83. Collaborate. Build.
  84. 84. “We” need to work together Gartner: July 2009
  85. 85. “We” need to work together Gartner: July 2009
  86. 86. “We” need to work together Gartner: July 2009
  87. 87. “We” need to work together “We” means more than the people in this audience Gartner: July 2009
  88. 88. There are a lot of problems we need to solve
  89. 89. Metadata - Findability
  90. 90. Portability - Archiving
  91. 91. flickr:cardopoli Privacy - Obfuscation
  92. 92. Accuracy, Precision - Reliability, Quality
  93. 93. flickr: smb_flickr Conflation - Linked Data
  94. 94. Interaction - Cartography
  95. 95. Lets change the future
  96. 96. Plenary Session: “How citizens connected with place to change the world.”
  97. 97. Let’s Build a New Future Together Andrew Turner - @ajturner andrew@fortiusone.com http://highearthorbit.com

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