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Minnesota GIS/LIS The Geospatial Revolution Peter Batty
 

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My keynote presentation at Minnesota GIS/LIS. Similar to my recent keynote at AGI GeoCommunity in the UK, but with some additional material (50 vs 30 minutes) and a few tweaks. Looks at trends in the ...

My keynote presentation at Minnesota GIS/LIS. Similar to my recent keynote at AGI GeoCommunity in the UK, but with some additional material (50 vs 30 minutes) and a few tweaks. Looks at trends in the geospatial industry in three areas: moving to the mainstream; a real time multimedia view of the world; and crowdsourcing.

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    Minnesota GIS/LIS The Geospatial Revolution Peter Batty Minnesota GIS/LIS The Geospatial Revolution Peter Batty Presentation Transcript

    • The Geospatial Revolution Peter Batty Spatial Networking, Enspiria Solutions Minnesota GIS/LIS Conference October 22, 2009 1
    • Overview • Mainstream at last! • A real-time, multimedia view of the world • Crowdsourcing 2
    • GIS was a specialized backroom technology for many years 3
    • “1995: the year that GIS disappeared” Doug Seaborn AM/FM conference, 1992 4
    • Disruptive technology Functionality / lo gy performance c hno he d te bl is E sta Mainstream Market requirements lo gy chno e te ru ptiv Dis Time 5
    • Now much easier to include location data Free or cheap Location Geocoding map data tracking 6
    • Finally, geospatial data is just another data type flickr.com/photos/26664862@N04/2499573972/ 7
    • The neogeographers Google Microsoft Open Source ... and more 8
    • Geo moving to the mainstream 1996 MapQuest 2005 Google Earth (Keyhole) 2005 Google Maps 9
    • Fun and cool Performance Ease of use API Continued innovation 10
    • 3D buildings Birds eye view Photosynth SQL Server 11
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    • Strong in database Strong in web mapping Weaker on desktop Data improving fast Spans both “GIS” and “neogeo” spaces 13
    • “But these new systems are just simple web mapping, they’re not GIS” 14
    • Cartography Andy Allan, Cloudmade 15
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    • Data creation and maintenance Upcoming Mapzen editor Cloudmade 17
    • Data creation and maintenance “Walking Papers” for OpenStreetMap Stamen Design Here’s a print of Chinatown, San Francisco. 18
    • Geospatial analysis Stamen Design 19
    • Geospatial analysis FortiusOne / GeoCommons 20
    • Graphic showing “peace” Maybe hippies holding hands (Shouldn’t fight neogeo vs GIS - all same problem) neogeography = GIS 21
    • Data sharing KML GML geoRSS WMS Shape geoJSON WFS Lightweight Heavyweight Mashups OGC Google Search Portals 22
    • “If a dataset available on the web is in a format that can't be indexed by Google, does it make a sound?” Kevin Wiebe Safe Software 23
    • Jason Birch City of Nanaimo <Picture of Jason> 24
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    • Google Maps now has parcels! 33
    • Computing in the cloud 34
    • A real-time, multimedia view of the world 35
    • September 7, 2009 36
    • October 19, 2009 37
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    • Microsoft Photosynth 42
    • Google Streetview 43
    • maps Microsoft Virtual Earth Manhattan 44
    • C3 Technologies Las Vegas 45
    • prototypegame.org Manhattan 46
    • Live Video Live 47
    • The Sensor Web Need a spatial context to make sense of all this 48
    • Location sensing UWB GPS Wi-Fi RFID Cell towers 49
    • New TomTom traffic speed dataset derived from 600 billion speed readings from users real time data within 3 minutes flickr.com/photos/rutlo/3164449930/ 50
    • location based services are real at last! 51
    • Smart Grid “The Internet brought to our electric system” Storage Renewable Energy Demand Response Intelligent devices and control systems 52
    • Will have the ability to know where everything is - and what is happening - all the time 53
    • Crowdsourcing 54
    • Web Web 1.0 2.0 publishing participation 55
    • Wikipedia 56
    • Hurricane Katrina New Orleans 57
    • Community generated data scipionus.com 58
    • Landgate Perth, Western Australia 59
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    • “The future is user created data” Google MapMaker Michael Jones, Google 61
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    • OpenStreetMap 63
    • December 3, 2007 Google OpenStreetMap July 7, 2009 64
    • Denver, CO Denver, CO USA USA “Mousetrap” junction of I-25 and I-70 Cape Royal Grand Canyon, AZ Cropston USA England 65
    • 132,764 175,096 users 24m km of highways crazy 34m km of ways momentum!! OSM stats from May 2009 NAVTEQ had 18m km of highways in Dec 2007 flickr.com/photos/pimpmasterjazz/2601898276/ 66
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    • What about quality? Dr Muki Haklay of UCL “OSM quality is beyond good enough, it is a product that can be used for a wide range of activities” Based on a detailed analysis http://tinyurl.com/mukiosm 68
    • Database 2007 data 69 countries 11m miles (18m km) of roads 18m points of interest People “Creating, maintaining and delivering a comprehensive, high quality map database is a Field force 700 multi-step, labor-intensive process. We Central production 270 currently employ over 270 employees in our centralized production facility and a global Technology 500 workforce of over 700 geographic analysts in 32 countries” Total 3349 Financial Revenue $853m (~€604m) Data creation & distribution costs $396m (~€280m) 69
    • Crowdsourcing is a paradigm shift for data creation flickr.com/photos/jamescridland/613445810/ 70
    • In summary ... a wild ride ahead! 71
    • ? peter.batty@spatialnetworking.com geothought.blogspot.com 72