Open Access to Multi-Domain Collaborative Geospatial Analysis - AGU 2009

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Open Access to Multi-Domain Collaborative Geospatial Analysis - AGU 2009

  1. 1. Open Access to Multi-Domain Collaborative Analysis of Geospatial Data Through the Internet Andrew Turner - @ajturner CTO FortiusOne / GeoCommons
  2. 2. Internet of Data
  3. 3. ‘Slippy Maps’ & ‘Virtual Globes’
  4. 4. Open Data
  5. 5. Open Government Data
  6. 6. Open Science Data http://healthcommons.net
  7. 7. Open GeoScience Data
  8. 8. Open Geospatial Data http://geocommons.com
  9. 9. GeoWeb
  10. 10. Dense GeoWeb
  11. 11. Public Data Enterprise Mobile Data Data Third Party Sensor Data Data Network Effect for Data
  12. 12. A Year of Data
  13. 13. Accessible Combining Meaningful Geoscience and the Web Explorable Collaborative
  14. 14. Accessible Combining Meaningful Geoscience and the Web Explorable Collaborative
  15. 15. Accessible Combining Meaningful Geoscience and the Web Explorable Collaborative
  16. 16. Accessible Combining Meaningful Geoscience and the Web Explorable Collaborative
  17. 17. Accessible Combining Meaningful Geoscience and the Web Explorable Collaborative
  18. 18. Accessible Meaningful Explorable Collaborative
  19. 19. Easy to use interfaces Accessible & standards Meaningful Explorable Collaborative
  20. 20. flickr: monkeyc flickr: monkeyc flickr: scholewiak Government Industry Academia
  21. 21. Open Data Formats
  22. 22. flickr:thomashawk flickr:ayula User Experience
  23. 23. Findable Data
  24. 24. Findable Data
  25. 25. Explorable Analysis
  26. 26. Base Raster Data
  27. 27. Diffusive Interfaces
  28. 28. The Problem with Globes
  29. 29. The Problem with Virtual only 24% of the world
  30. 30. The Problem with Virtual only 24% of the world is on the internet
  31. 31. 80% of the world live within cell coverage
  32. 32. 80% of the world live within cell coverage and 50% of the world own a mobile phone
  33. 33. AgCommons
  34. 34. Mobile Globes
  35. 35. Geolocated Pollution Information
  36. 36. Geolocated Pollution Information
  37. 37. Geolocated Pollution Information
  38. 38. Accessible Multi-Domain, Relevant Meaningful in Localized Areas Explorable Collaborative
  39. 39. Climate Change
  40. 40. WIMBY? What’s in My Backyard?
  41. 41. Networks of Data
  42. 42. WalkScore http://walkscore.com
  43. 43. Education Environment Population Health Multi-Domain
  44. 44. Education Environment Population Health Multi-Domain
  45. 45. Federated
  46. 46. Accessible Meaningful Encourage deep inspection Explorable Collaborative
  47. 47. Links?
  48. 48. My Village? Links?
  49. 49. My Village? Change over time? Links?
  50. 50. Shareable Metadata & Links
  51. 51. Evolutionary Interfaces
  52. 52. Evolutionary Interfaces
  53. 53. Analysis
  54. 54. Predictive
  55. 55. Spatio-Temporal
  56. 56. Accessible Meaningful Explorable Cross organizational sharing Collaborative
  57. 57. Aspects of Collaborative GIS
  58. 58. Communication exchange ideas via social interaction Aspects of Collaborative GIS
  59. 59. Communication exchange ideas via social interaction Cooperation develop an overall agreement Aspects of Collaborative GIS
  60. 60. Communication exchange ideas via social interaction Cooperation develop an overall agreement Coordination implementation of activities Aspects of Collaborative GIS
  61. 61. Communication exchange ideas via social interaction Cooperation develop an overall agreement Coordination implementation of activities Collaboration shared sense of meaning & achievement Aspects of Collaborative GIS
  62. 62. Online Production
  63. 63. Facebook for GeoScience?
  64. 64. Citizens Sensors
  65. 65. Anthropogenic Biomes
  66. 66. Realtime Collaboration
  67. 67. Positive Feedback Loops flickr: fdecomite
  68. 68. “He who receives an idea from me, receives instruction himself without lessening mine; as he who lights his taper at mine, receives light without darkening me. That ideas should freely spread from one to another over the globe, for the moral and mutual instruction of man, and improvement of his condition...” Thomas Jefferson Open Access to Data and Analysis
  69. 69. “He who receives an idea from me, receives instruction himself without lessening mine; as he who lights his taper at mine, receives light without darkening me. That ideas should freely spread from one to another over the globe, for the moral and mutual instruction of man, and improvement of his condition...” Thomas Jefferson Open Access to Data and Analysis
  70. 70. Thank you Andrew Turner - @ajturner andrew@fortiusone.com http://highearthorbit.com

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