MapWindow Conference


From June 25 until 28 June 2012 the international Open Source GIS conference will be held in Velp, NL, organized by MapWindow, DotSpatial, SharpMap and

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Ingo Weinzierl presenting "Data mining in big databases with geo reference and easy web publishing and sharing of maps, diagrams and models with DIVE4Elements"

Rui Daniel Pina getting a T-shirt for winning the map contest.

Lunch yesterday at the Open Source GIS Conference in Velp

Oscar Fonts presenting "ICOS Carbon Data Portal"

Walter Collischonn presenting "Coupling the MGB-IPH hydrological model with MapWindow GIS platform"

Bhaskar Reddy Pulsani presenting "Fuzzy Logic Analysis using GeoMedia"

Ingo Weinzierl presenting "MXD2Map: Publish, share and explore ArcGIS MXD maps with open source"

Nagesh Kolagani presenting "Ease-of-use and Effectiveness of Participatory GIS in Empowering Rural Communities"

Anita Karika presenting "Flood models as a tool for regional development"

Yesterday: Just van den Broecke ginving his keynote "Open Source, and"

Yesteday: The joined keynote of the Open Source GIS conference and the #osgeonl

Felix Obermaier giving workshop "Introduction SharpMap"

Bhaskar Reddy Pulsani giving his workshop "Fuzzy Logic Analysis using MapWindow"

Werner Sprung presenting "Identify Failure Clusters in water distribution and sewer systems by a GIS based application" #GIS

Gennadii Donchyts presenting "Use of SharpMap and NetTopologySuite in integrated environmental modeling applications" #GIS

Sarah Hinman presenting "#GIS in Historical Resources Management: Progress and Examples from Idaho State University"

Joachim Van der Auwera presenting "Ktunaxa RMS, open source GIS for a first nation" #GIS

Marc Delgado presenting "Engaging local participation in mapping mountainous tropical landscapes with Open Source $GIS"

The 3 students from Hungary where the first to register for the conference and got a T-shirt for that. #GIS

Philippe Puig getting a T-Shirt because he lives the furthest away from the conference: Australia. #GIS

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