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Tutorials

The role of the tutorials is to provide a platform for a more intensive scientific exchange amongst researchers interested in a particular topic and as a meeting point for the community. Tutorials complement the depth-oriented technical sessions by providing participants with broad overviews of emerging fields. A tutorial can be scheduled for 1.5 or 3 hours.

TUTORIALS LIST

Introduction to Geographic Knowledge Engineering 
Lecturer(s): Robert Laurini

Introduction to Hexagon Smart M.Apps 
Lecturer(s): João Pedro Fernandes



Introduction to Geographic Knowledge Engineering


Lecturer

Robert Laurini
Knowledge Systems Institute
United States
 
Brief Bio

Dr. Robert Laurini, presently professor emeritus at INSA, University of Lyon, France, is a well-known specialist in GIS. He has also taught GIS at the University of Maryland, USA, at the IUAV University of Venice, Italy and at several other universities especially in Latin America. He speaks French, English, Italian and Spanish. His present interests are in location-based services, geographic knowledge and territorial intelligence. He is also the founder of «Academics Without Borders» which is a network of academic consultants working for the modernization of higher education institutions in developing countries.
Abstract

Within the knowledge society, for planning smart cities and smart territories, theoretical background of information technologies must be renovated with the support of knowledge technologies and especially geographic knowledge engineering. Indeed, geographic knowledge engineering, as city or territory infrastructure, by including multidisciplinary knowledge and citizen involvement, allows not only spatial reasoning but also evaluating various scenarios and alternatives for territorial intelligence governance. Will be overall detailled modeling of geographic onjects, relations and rules together gazetteers with geographic ontologies and urban structures.

Keywords

Geographic knowledge, geographic relations, geographic rules, territorial intelligence

Target Audience

Researchers and PhD students in GIS

Detailed Outline

1 - Geographic Knowledge Systems
2 - Geographic Objects
3 - Geographic Relations
4 - Complex Geographic Objects and Structures
5 - Geographic Ontologies
6 - Gazetteers and Multilingualism
7 - Geographic Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
8 - Geographic Applicative Rules
9 - Knowledge as Infrastructure for Smart Governance


Secretariat Contacts
e-mail: gistam.secretariat@insticc.org

Introduction to Hexagon Smart M.Apps


Lecturer

João Pedro Fernandes
Hexagon Geospatial
Portugal
 
Brief Bio
Joao Pedro currently works for Hexagon Geospatial Division as the EMEA Presales Manager, from Lisbon, Portugal. He has been in the geospatial industry for over 20 years, with special focus on Government and Transportation industries. He joined Intergraph (now part of Hexagon AB group) in 1999 and has played various roles including webgis applications development, project and professional services management. Before joining Intergraph, he worked at the National Center for Geographic Information in the implementation of SNIG, the Portuguese National SDI. His current professional interests include topics such as Smart Cities, Data Visualization, Design Thinking, Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Joao Pedro holds a degree in Environmental Engineering from the New University of Lisbon, a post-graduate degree in GIS from the Technical University of Lisbon and an MBA from the Lisbon School of Economics and Management. He is also a PMP® certified Project Manager. He enjoys spending his free time searching for perfect waves along the sunny Portuguese coastline or elsewhere around the globe.
Abstract

A Hexagon Smart M.App is a targeted, lightweight map application that solves specific business problems. Each Hexagon Smart M.App fuses multi-source content, sophisticated analytics, and tailored workflows into a dynamic user experience. Hexagon Smart M.Apps take real-world change and synchronize it with your app in a way that is natural, streamlined, and informative.

Hexagon Geospatial’s M.App Portfolio provides a modern, cloud-based platform for creating and delivering Hexagon Smart M.Apps. The M.App Portfolio empowers our partners to design, build, and deploy their own Hexagon Smart M.Apps using our trusted core technologies. The M.App Portfolio includes: M.App Foundation, the core geospatial web services; M.App Studio, an interactive, web framework for designing and building Hexagon Smart M.Apps; and M.App Exchange, the online store for sharing your Smart M.Apps with the world. Hexagon Geospatial establishes partnerships with third party content providers for a variety of content types, which can be easily integrated into Hexagon Smart M.Apps.

This Tutorial will introduce the M.App Portfolio core components and features. The participants will be presented with the simple steps required to build their own M.Apps as well as with a selection of existing Apps in M.App Exchange marketplace.


Keywords

Hexagon Smart M.Apps

Target Audience

Students/Researchers – EDU Universities Programme
Hexagon Geospatial invites students, professors, and research scientists to see the M.App of the future. Hexagon Smart M.Apps are not your ordinary static maps – they are analytical services portrayed over a map.
Smart M.Apps for EDU program includes annual subscriptions to M.App Studio, M.App Chest, and the Hexagon Geospatial U Community. The Smart M.App Research Grant is available to individual students with an active .edu email address and includes an annual subscription to M.App Studio, M.App Chest, and the Hexagon Geospatial U Community.

Application Developers
Get familiar with a simpler way to access geospatial technology content and components. Learn about our Partner Program to access this powerful new development platform: Intuitive software + accessible content + proven technology + efficient distribution = expanded market potential.


Detailed Outline

1- The basics of M.App Studio
2- M.App Chest
3- M.App Exchange


Secretariat Contacts
e-mail: gistam.secretariat@insticc.org

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