Cutting Edge Geospatial Technologies with Google Tools
Friday, February 8, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Mapping in the cloud: Cutting Edge Geospatial Technologies with Google Tools
Are you interested in creating quick interactive maps to accompany your research or story? Will you be doing field work and don’t have a high-end GPS to collect your data? Is your department or lab handling large amounts of geospatial data and would benefit from a cloud environment? Do you need to do remote sensing analysis and would like to take seconds instead of hours to run your tools?
If your answer is yes or you are just interested in keeping up with new spatial technologies, then we have a free workshop you will find very interesting.
Students, researchers, faculty and scientists who regularly work with geospatial data are encouraged to attend this workshop. You will gain hands-on introductory experience with many of Google’s Geo cloud tools such as Google Earth Engine and Google Maps Engine.
The workshop is divided into two main sessions: an introductory one in the morning and an intermediate in the afternoon. If you are planning on attending just the afternoon session, you must have an intermediate-to-advanced technical experience in GIS and/or Remote Sensing.
9-10am: Google Earth and Google Maps
10-11am: Mobile Data Collection with Open Data Kit
11-12pm: Google Fusion Tables
12-1:15pm: Free lunch at Arrillaga Dining Hall (Sponsored by the Stanford University Libraries)
1:30-2:30pm: Google Maps Engine
2:45-3:45pm: Google Earth Engine
4-5pm: Google Maps/Engine API
Patricia Carbajales, Geospatial Manager, Stanford Spatial Center, Stanford University Libraries
When & Where
Natural Capital Project, Bill Lane Center for the American West & Stanford Geospatial Center
The Natural Capital Project
The Natural Capital Project is part of the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, which mission is to produce breakthrough environmental solutions that protect and nurture our planet to meet the vital needs of people today and for generations to come.
Bill Lane Center for the American West
The Bill Lane Center is dedicated to advancing scholarly and public understanding of the past, present, and future of western North America, the Center supports research, teaching, and reporting about western land and life in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Stanford Geospatial Center
The Stanford Geospatial Center is housed in the Branner Earth Sciences Library and its mission is to support the Stanford community on geospatial technologies.