GRASS GIS at ICC 2017

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28th International Cartographic Conference of the International Cartographic Association, July 1-7, 2017, Washington, DC, USA, http://icc2017.org

All the following sessions are part of a workshop titled Spatial data infrastructures, standards, open source and open data for geospatial (SDI-Open 2017) jointly organized by the Commission on Open Source Geospatial Technologies and the Commission on SDI and Standards.

  • Description: Spatial data infrastructures aim to make spatial data findable, accessible and usable. Open source software and open data portals help to make this possible. In this workshop, participants will be introduced to SDIs, standards, open source and open data in a fun way. The workshop comprises invited presentations to provide an introduction and background to SDIs, standards, open source and open data. A number of hands-on introductions to open source geospatial software together with mapping tasks will give participants the opportunity to explore these tools.
  • Date: 1-2 July 2017
  • Place: George Washington University, Washington, DC, United States

OSGeo Live introduction

by Vaclav Petras from North Carolina State University

Analytical data visualizations with GRASS GIS and Blender

by Vaclav Petras, Anna Petrasova, Payam Tabrizian, Brendan Harmon, and Helena Mitasova from North Carolina State University

Mapping open data with open source geospatial tools

by Vaclav Petras, Anna Petrasova, Payam Tabrizian, Brendan Harmon, and Helena Mitasova from North Carolina State University

  • Description: Participants interactively visualize open data and design maps with open source geospatial tools including Tangible Landscape system

Presentations