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Presentation at the 2009 North Carolina GIS Conference, in Raleigh, NC...

Presentation at the 2009 North Carolina GIS Conference, in Raleigh, NC

Discussing the common criticisms GIS users have with the concept of neogeography, but are actually reflective of their own issues, and how neogeography is developing solutions that can apply back to GIS, geography, and cartography.

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Lessons Learned From Neogeography Nc Gis 2009 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Lessons Learned from Neogeography Applied to GIS Andrew Turner Presented at the andrew@fortiusone.com North Carolina GIS Conference http://highearthorbit.com February 20, 2009 in Raleigh, NC
  • 2. Who am I?
  • 3. The path to becoming a neogeographer
  • 4. http://flickr.com/photos/x180/2494170626/ Who are the Neogeographers?
  • 5. How did we get here? Cartographic Evolution
  • 6. GeoWeb GoogleMaps & GoogleEarth Mashups Geolocated Mobile Devices
  • 7. Locative Media Happiness Maps HeadMap Manifesto Mapping Hacks
  • 8. Mobile Devices Cheap Broadband Open GPS
  • 9. Web Mapping
  • 10. Planning
  • 11. Navigation
  • 12. Mapping Renaissance
  • 13. Storytelling
  • 14. Functionality Future GIS Server OSGeo Increasing Accessibility GIS Open Tools Money + Time Cost Geospatial Trend
  • 15. What is the key difference between GIS and Neogeography?
  • 16. GIS is Map-Centric
  • 17. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tcd123/2272715622 Neogeography is User-Centric
  • 18. http://flickr.com/photos/ayula/55908651/ Neogeography is User-Centric
  • 19. Neogeography is User-Centric
  • 20. metadata analysis cartography Common Criticisms
  • 21. metadata analysis cartography Common Criticisms
  • 22. How to encourage providing metadata?
  • 23. Wiki Sharing of Data http://www.hurricanewiki.org/wiki/ Hurricane_Ike_GIS_Resources
  • 24. Traditional Dialog Boxes
  • 25. Simple Forms
  • 26. Explorable
  • 27. Web-aligned
  • 28. What about searching through metadata?
  • 29. Folksonomy and Search
  • 30. metadata analysis cartography Common Criticisms
  • 31. How can we trust amateurs to do analysis?
  • 32. We’ve head this before...
  • 33. Provide guided interfaces
  • 34. Safe Routing http://www.ridethecity.com
  • 35. MySociety House Price http://www.mysociety.org/2007/more-travel-maps/ vs. Travel Time
  • 36. GoogleEarth > ArcGIS
  • 37. metadata analysis cartography Common Criticisms
  • 38. “GoogleMap Fatigue”
  • 39. “Red Dot Fever”
  • 40. Open Data Open Source
  • 41. EveryBlock http://everyblock.com
  • 42. CloudMade
  • 43. Thematic Visualization
  • 44. GeoData Visualization
  • 45. Thematic Styling
  • 46. Classification
  • 47. Styling
  • 48. Base Data
  • 49. Comparative Analysis http://maker.geocommons.com/maps/839
  • 50. Inspect the Data
  • 51. usability interoperability participation New Areas
  • 52. Usability User-Centric Context Interface
  • 53. Story Telling
  • 54. EverySquareMile
  • 55. Language Support
  • 56. Easy Interfaces http://wrp.geothings.net
  • 57. Interoperability Standards Interfaces Collaboration http://flickr.com/photos/alfr3do/7436142/
  • 58. ! Standards Organizations
  • 59. The power and potential of de-facto standards.
  • 60. GoogleEarth
  • 61. Google Layers
  • 62. KML http://code.google.com/apis/kml/ documentation/kmlreference.html
  • 63. OGC KML 2.2 http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/kml/
  • 64. <georss:point> + 45.256 -71.92 </georss:point> GeoRSS http://georss.org
  • 65. USGS http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/catalogs/
  • 66. Weather Mashups
  • 67. Participation Collaboration Crowd-Source Volunteered Information http://www.flickr.com/photos/urbanwide/1409970010
  • 68. GeoWeb2.0
  • 69. What could you do with 100,000,000+ geotagged contributions? http://code.flickr.com/blog/2009/02/04/100000000-geotagged-photos-plus/
  • 70. Flickr Shapefiles
  • 71. What could you do to monitor democracy? http://code.flickr.com/blog/2009/02/04/100000000-geotagged-photos-plus/
  • 72. How would you reach the last mile in a crisis? http://code.flickr.com/blog/2009/02/04/100000000-geotagged-photos-plus/
  • 73. What could you do with 90,000+ surveyors? http://code.flickr.com/blog/2009/02/04/100000000-geotagged-photos-plus/
  • 74. TomTom MapShare
  • 75. Exponential Growth http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Stats
  • 76. Thank you Andrew Turner andrew@fortiusone.com http://highearthorbit.com http://flickr.com/photos/urbanwide/1409142545/