I am delighted to announce that bookings are now open for Rasters Revealed 2018. Please use the following link to purchase your place at the conference and make sure that you attend this engaging event.
The 2017 conference was a sell-out event, and based on the feedback I’ve had, it looks as if 2018 will be no different. Make sure you book your tickets ASAP to avoid being disappointed.
Also, the call for talks and workshops for Rasters Revealed 2018 is currently open and accepting abstracts.
Submit abstracts here: http://ow.ly/AaIe30gkqlc
The 2018 meeting has so far been generously sponsored by three organisations whose details can be found at the following link. I am looking for at least two more sponsors so that the conference is able to offer all the features I’d like to see, so if your organisation can help then please get in touch.
Sponsorship options here: https://rastersrevealed.net/sponsors/
The meeting is taking place on the 11th April at the Urban Innovation Centre in London, and is great value at £55 for the entire day.
Rasters Revealed is a one day meeting, held to discuss all topics to do with creating, managing, analysing and disseminating spatial raster data. The idea is to share experiences and knowledge of datasets across disciplines. There have been some great abstract submissions so far, but we need more! Abstracts are welcome on all related topics, so please do submit an abstract.
I really look forward to seeing you in London in April for what promises to be a fascinating day.
All other details are available on the meeting website, https://rastersrevealed.net/, on the ‘Updates & Blog’ page. In the meantime, feel free to circulate this information as widely as possible and share on social media (#rastersrev).
If you weren’t at Rasters Revealed 2017 (and why not?) and you haven’t heard of Rasters Revealed before, then you are probably wondering what it is all about.
The plan is to put on a one-day meeting called Rasters Revealed in April 2018. This meeting will focus on the use of geospatial raster data of all kinds as well as how it is managed, distributed, processed and analysed. Linked to this will be issues around what raster-centric software is used to complete these tasks, as well as consideration of open data and free and open source software. There is a loose theme for the upcoming conference: time-series and temporal data (although all inked to gridded spatial data in some way).
As with the 2017 event, there has already been a large amount of interest from a range of users of geographic raster information. The point of the this conference is to put on the sort of meeting that we, the organisers, would want to go to and that we don’t think exists at the moment. Judging by the response in 2017, many of you agree with us. We want to learn more about what is happening in industry, academia and government in all aspects related to our favourite data type: raster.
The meeting is being hosted by Alastair Graham of Geoger Ltd., with support from Andy Murdock and Geoff Smith. Updates about the meeting will be made through this website, and registration is planned to open in January 2018.
In the meantime you can use the hashtag #rastersrev to discuss on Twitter. See you at the meeting!
This is just a very brief post to let you know that plans are underway for another Rasters Revealed one-day conference to be held in the spring of 2018. Exact dates and locations are being finalised now, so keep an eye on this site and on Twitter #rastersrev for updates.
Rasters Revealed was a great event and I’ve had some really positive feedback from it. Who knows, there might be a follow-up event!
Geoger Ltd. is a spatial and environmental data consultancy, specialising in remote sensing, image processing and elements of mapping, as well as environmental and spatial data analysis and project management. We apply scientific methods and commercial standards to data, primarily using open-source software and advocating the inclusion of open data. We provide services to commercial and academic clients with the aim of increasing awareness of remote sensing and open-source. Currently, Geoger Ltd is Alastair Graham!
A new meeting flyer is now available. Feel free to circulate this as widely as you like.
In the meantime, registrations are open and available through: https://bookwhen.com/geoger