Meeting organiser: Geoger

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!

Pixel sponsors: Geo Smart Decisions

Huge thanks to Geo Smart Decisions for becoming an official supporter of the Rasters Revealed meeting, sponsoring at Pixel level. Check out the Sponsorship page for more details.

Sponsorship helps the meeting be the best that it can. I am not looking to make money on the meeting, but would like it to break even, and sponsorship will allow some of the small flourishes that I want to add to the day to happen. It’s also a great way of highlighting your organisation and the work you are doing. Opportunities exist to sponsor the day at four different levels, so if you would like to help then please get in touch via the form on the Sponsorship page.

Pixel sponsors: Terreflexion

Huge thanks to Terraflexion for becoming an official supporter of the Rasters Revealed meeting, sponsoring at Pixel level. Check out the Sponsorship page for more details.

Sponsorship helps the meeting be the best that it can. I am not looking to make money on the meeting, but would like it to break even, and sponsorship will allow some of the small flourishes that I want to add to the day to happen. It’s also a great way of highlighting your organisation and the work you are doing. Opportunities exist to sponsor the day at four different levels, so if you would like to help then please get in touch via the form on the Sponsorship page.

Band sponsors: Map of Agriculture

Huge thanks to Map of Agriculture for becoming an official supporter of the Rasters Revealed meeting, sponsoring at Band level. This means that Map of Agriculture are sponsoring one of the speaker sessions, so you’ll get a chance to fully interact with them on the day. Check out the Sponsorship page for more details.

Sponsorship helps the meeting be the best that it can. I am not looking to make money on the meeting, but would like it to break even, and sponsorship will allow some of the small flourishes that I want to add to the day to happen. It’s also a great way of highlighting your organisation and the work you are doing. Opportunities exist to sponsor the day at four different levels, so if you would like to help then please get in touch via the form on the Sponsorship page.

Pixel Sponsors: Specto Natura

Huge thanks to Specto Natura for becoming an official supporter of the Rasters Revealed meeting, sponsoring at Pixel level. Check out the Sponsorship page for more details.

Sponsorship helps the meeting be the best that it can. I am not looking to make money on the meeting, but would like it to break even, and sponsorship will allow some of the small flourishes that I want to add to the day to happen. It’s also a great way of highlighting your organisation and the work you are doing. Opportunities exist to sponsor the day at four different levels, so if you would like to help then please get in touch via the form on the Sponsorship page.

Confirmed so far!

Over the Christmas period I was busy reading through the abstract submissions and workshop proposals that had come in during November and December. There is a brilliant diversity of topics ranging from computer science and web development through to environmental monitoring and sensor calibration, sent in from a variety of organisations.

In this post I can confirm that we have speakers attending from:

as well as a series of workshops and demonstrations confirmed from:

  • University of Southampton
  • Geo DB
  • University of Oxford

I’m waiting on a few more confirmations, but once they come through then I’ll post them online, so keep an eye on the meeting website (rastersrevealed.net) and on Twitter (#rastersrev) for more information, and also for the draft agenda which will be made available soon!

Agenda coming soon…

There has been a brilliant response to the Call for Presentations, which is now closed.  A large number of very interesting talks and workshops have been submitted!  The Raster Revealed organisers are currently assessing each submission and filling the conference agenda.  Many thanks to everyone who has submitted an abstract: we will be in touch soon with more information!

After having got in touch with the presenters, and confirmed arrangements, the Raster Revealed Agenda will be published.

If you haven’t yet registered, please do so here.