Amazing openness

On the 8th and 9th March 2018 I attended the FOSS4G:UK conference in London. London, I am in you Now for the tube #foss4guk pic.twitter.com/ZFjrxHKJdF — Alastair @ Geoger (@ajggeoger) March 8, 2018 This is a conference for promoting the great things that can be done using free and open source software for geospatial applications. … More Amazing openness

EO: the next generation

On the 13th March I attended the RSPSoc Wavelength 2018 conference. This is a student and young professional conference, held annually in different locations around the country and hosted by the RSPSoc Student representative for a given year (along with the shadow rep, ready for the next year). This year the conference was held in … More EO: the next generation

Would like to meet….

This is a (brief) summary of an event I attended last week…. On Thursday (8th Feb 2018) I attended the UKSA (UK Space Agency) networking event in the BEIS Conference Centre in London (just off Parliament Square). It was a half day event designed to get as many players as possible from the space sector, … More Would like to meet….

RSPSoc 2017

I am currently on my way home from the RSPSoc 2017 Annual Conference, hosted this year by the Royal School of Mines at Imperial College London. I’ve only been to a single day ( Thursday) but it’s been a whirlwind of new information, technical discussions and catching up with colleagues. Some of the notable talks … More RSPSoc 2017

ICARES presentation

Back in mid-July I was lucky enough to be asked to present at a conference event linked to the ICARES project (see http://icaresproject.eu/#about). The conference was held in Ebbsfleet and involved a number of academics from around Europe, as well as businesses and other organisations – including Kent police. The aim of the ICARES project is … More ICARES presentation

Rasters Revealed

On Tuesday 21 Feb, Geoger hosted the inaugural Rasters Revealed one-day conference at Worcester College, Oxford. The conference was organised to try and pull together attendees from across different sectors to share and discuss their use of a common data-type, namely spatial raster grids. There were 57 attendees in total on the day which was a … More Rasters Revealed