Conference Program (provisional)

Conference day 1 – Tuesday July 17th  
Main Auditorium (Ga) Smaller Auditorium (Pa)  
09:00-09:10 Session 1: Welcome Session  
09:10-09:50 Session 2: Keynote address: Maria Arias de Reyna    
Session 3A: Data Services Session 3B: Academic Track I  
10:00-10:25 Ian Turton. Do you need a cluster? Load testing Web Map Servers Ana Cláudia Teodoro, Lia Duarte, Patrícia Barradas, Teresa Mateus and Zoraima Neto. NDVI and LST extraction of MODIS data under a GIS open source application – Rickettsia study case in Angola  
10:25-10:50 Andrea Aime, Jody Garnett and Ian Turton. State of GeoServer 2018 Nelson Mileu and Margarida Queirós. Development of a QGIS Plugin to Dasymetric Mapping  
Coffee Break  
Session 4A: Global Cartography Session 4B: Academic Track II  
11:10-11:35 Andrea Aime, Nuno Oliveira and Simone Giannecchini. Mapping the world beyond web mercator with GeoServer Márcia Martins, António Gomes and Pedro Santos. Hydraulic modeling for the assessment of flood hazard using the Iber software in the Amarante urban center  
11:35-12:00 Kristian Evers, Thomas Knudsen, Even Rouault, Charles Karney and Howard Butler. PROJ – A status report and look into the future Timothée Produit, Nicolas Blanc and Jens Ingensand. Remembering what our landscape looked like  
12:00-12:25 Joachim Ungar, Fabian Schindler, Bernhard Baumrock and Daniel Santillan Pedrosa. Raw raster data in the browser Angéla Olasz and Binh Nguyen Thai. Big data and its spatial relations: review paper  
LUNCH BREAK
Session 5A: Desktop GIS Session 5B: Data Specialisations  
14:00-14:25 Giovanni Manghi. QGIS: why, how, who Oscar Martinez Olmos and José Javier Badía Castelló. 4D in gvSIG: New capabilities to explore time data  
14:25-14:50 Oscar Martinez Olmos. gvSIG Desktop: written in Java, extendable through Scripting Mario Carrera. gvSIG Crime: Open source GIS for criminology  
14:50-15:15 Mario Carrera. gvSIG 2.4 new features Ondrej Prochazka. Alien Worlds: 3D Maps of Celestial Bodies with VTS  
Coffee Break  
Session 6A: Earth Observation Session 6B: 3D I  
15:35-16:00 Marjorie Robert. Architecture design to efficiently process Sentinel-2 time series in a R&D context. Illustration with a forest disturbance mapping application. Ondrej Prochazka. Beyond Pretty Pictures: Topographic Labels in 3D Maps of High Terrain  
16:00-16:25 Julien Michel. Remote sensing image processing: what’s new in Orfeo ToolBox ? Ladislav Horky. VTS: Getting Started with 3D Map Application Development  
16:25-16:50 Simone Giannecchini and Andrea Aime. Serving earth observation data with GeoServer: addressing real world requirements GeoServer. Tomas Kavan. Beyond Latin Glyphs: Advanced System for Rendering Texts in 3D Maps  
17:00-17:40 Session 7: Keynote address by Malcolm Bain  
 
Conference day 2 – Tuesday July 18th
Main Auditorium (Ga) Smaller Auditorium (Pa) Conference Room (S4)
09:00-09:40 Session 8: Keynote address by Victor Olaya    
Session 9A: Web Applications Session 9B: Academic Track III Session 9C: Use Cases I
09:45-10:10 Yann Voumard. ESA-NASA Web WorldWind: On the Road to 1.0 Alen Mangafić, Nika Mesner and Mihaela Triglav Čekada. Grassland recognition with the usage of thermal weights Ignacio Arnaiz Eguren. urbiThings – Spatial Data Platform
10:10-10:35 Astrid Emde. Mapbender to create WebApplications for you needs Richard Williams, Gary Higgs and Mitchel Langford. The challenges and considerations faced when implementing advanced accessibility measures in a free and open source environment Rodolfo Melo and Margarida Pires. Plataforma de Cadastro Predial da Região Autónoma dos Açores
10:35-11:00 Mauro Bartolomeoli and Simone Giannecchini. MapStore 2, modern mashups made simple Lia Duarte, Alberto Gomes, Ana Cláudia Teodoro and Sérgio Monteiro Rodrigues. QGIS approach to extract fluvial terraces for archaeological purposes using remote sensing data Nathalie Guimarães, João Paulo Moura and Paula Cristina Oliveira. Development of a Web application to provide and analyse Geographic Information, within the scope of the Interact Project
Coffee Break
Session 10A: Emerging Technologies Session 10B: Academic Track IV Session 10C: Use Cases II
11:20-11:45 Jachym Cepicky. Switch from Shapefile – use GeoPackage Massimiliano Cannata, Daniele Strigaro, Imran Shahid, Rangajeewa Ratnayake and B. H. Sudantha. The analysis and deployment of a fully open monitoring system in the Sri Lankan Deduroya basin: the 4onse project. João Melo, César Manuel Barata and Diogo Vieira. A utilização do SAGA-GIS para o cálculo do Potencial Solar do edificado e desenvolvimento da plataforma “MunEnergy”
11:45-12:10 Joana Simoes*, Patrick Florance, Christopher Barnett, Jose Garcia and Antonio Cerciello. The Data Ingest API: a simple way to push data into GeoServer Joao Bonacho and Carlos Sousa Oliveira. bQuake: SEISMIC RISK MODELING ON WEBGIS José Badía. Analysis of an antenna coverage for an emergency communication system (Dirección general de protección civil y emergencias, Ministry of Interior of Spain)
12:10-12:35 Jorge Samuel Mendes de Jesus, Tom Kralidis, Angelos Tzotsos, Matthew Perry and Norman Barker. pygeoapi – Towards a Python Web API for Emerging OGC Standards Adam Rousell, Tessio Novack, Timothy Ellersiek and Alexander Zipf. Supporting personalised pedestrian and wheelchair navigation based on open source and open data Rita Anastácio*, Luís Santos, Vasco Lopes and Fausto Assis. Sampling site selection Analytic Hierarchy Process Model towards the Ecological assessment of European Union streams
LUNCH BREAK
Session 11A: Web Based Information Systems Session 11B: 3D II  
14:00-14:25 Jorge Sanz. CARTO ENGINE, a complete geospatial platform Tomas Kavan. Large-scale, country-wide VHR photogrammetric 3D mapping  
14:25-14:50 Alessio Fabiani, Simone Giannecchini and Giovanni Allegri. One GeoNode, many GeoNodes Ladislav Horký. Server-side Data Fusion in 3D Mapping with VTS  
14:50-15:15 María Arias de Reyna. GeoNetwork State of the Art: what’s New and Upcoming Kristyna Krickova. 3D Geospatial Application Development with no Internet Access  
Coffee Break
Session 12A: Navigation and Sensing Session 12B: Regional Applications  
15:35-16:00 Luiz Motta, Marcelo Cabral, George Porto, Jailton Dias and Jair Schmitt. Remote Control Operation José Badía. LIBRA, a regional platform for managing requests for the European Common Agricultural Policy (CAP)  
16:00-16:25 Julien Ancelin and Christine Plumejeaud. GeoPoppy, a low-cost mobile web-GIS server for spatial data collection. Grégoire Vandenschrick and Brugis Brugis. A new BruGIS platform based on Mapstore2.  
16:25-16:50 Ian Turton. Building a Raspberry Pi Off Line Navigation System Krisztián Takács. Geoshop.hu – The Hungarian geoportal  
17:00-17:40 Session 13: Plenary Session – Dirk Frigne. About OSGeo Europe and INSPIRE  
   
Conference day 3 – Tuesday July 19th  
Main Auditorium (Ga) Smaller Auditorium (Pa)  
09:00-09:40 Session 14: Keynote address by Steven Feldman    
Session 15A: Building Blocks I Session 15B: Academic Track V  
09:45-10:10 Nuno Oliveira, Andrea Aime and Simone Giannecchini. Crunching Data In GeoServer: Mastering Rendering Transformations, WPS And SQL Views Máté Cserép, Péter Hudoba and Zoltán Vincellér. Robust Railroad Cable Detection in Rural Areas from MLS Point Clouds  
10:10-10:35 Even Rouault. GDAL/OGR: 20 year already and heading to the cloud! Milan P. Antonovic, Massimiliano Cannata*, Daniele Strigaro and Mirko Cardoso. istSOS version 3 is here  
10:35-11:00 Jachym Čepický. PyWPS project report Ana Luisa Gomes, Alexandra Fonseca, Paulo Miranda and Ricardo Tomé. CROSS-NATURE project: development of an Iberian Spatial Data Infrastructure using Linked Open Data  
Coffee Break  
Session 16A: SDIs Session 16B: Plug-ins  
11:20-11:45 Rita Anastácio, Paulo Fernandez and Pedro Henriques. Implementing an Open Source Spatial Data Infrastructure for the CLIMRisk project Andrea Antonello and Silvia Franceschi. Geopaparazzi state of the art of the digital field mapping application  
11:45-12:10 Torsten Friebe and Dirk Stenger. deegree 3.4: what’s new? Silvia Franceschi and Andrea Antonello. Modelling natural hazards in gvSIG with the HortonMachine plugins  
12:10-12:35 María Arias de Reyna. An enterprise version of OSGeo stack to overcome customer challenges Nelson Mileu, Bernardo Sargento and César Barata. Development of a QGIS Plugin to create wildfire likelihood, susceptibility and hazard maps  
LUNCH BREAK  
Session 17A: Building Blocks II Session 17B: Use Cases III  
14:00-14:25 Gergely Padányi-Gulyás. Mangol – map quickly, simply in Angular Agata Brok. Look mum no hands! Headless browsing with Google’s Puppeteer.  
14:25-14:50 Mario Carrera. gvSIG Suite: a complete catalog of open source software solutions Musab Mohamed Abuelhassan Abdalla and Nikolas Prechtel. The use of open web-standards in a 3D visualization of archaeological data  
14:50-15:15 Knud Hillers. Hotel California, Michelin Stars and the good symbiosis between Opensource and proprietary software Oscar Fonts and Miguel García Coya. Offline vector maps in multiplatform apps  
Coffee Break  
Session 18A: Visualisation Session 18B: Use Cases IV  
15:35-16:00 Inga Schlegel. Tie your data! A tool for combining data of different spatial granularity Elena Field. The use of open-source technologies for Antarctic logistics  
16:00-16:25 Ariel Chang and Jochen Schiewe. A new task-oriented approach to better preserve local extreme values Christian Braun, Rene Kopeinig and Ulrich Leopold. Assessment of Photovoltaic Potential for building façades in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg  
16:25-16:50 Andrea Aime, Nuno Oliveira and Simone Giannecchini. Creating Stunning Maps in GeoServer, with SLD, CSS, YSLD and MBStyles Aguilar Moreno Estefanía, Monfort Muriach Aida and Casteleyn Sven. EO4GEO: Is your knowledge aligned with the GI/EO sector demands?  
17:00-17:30 Session 19: Closing Session