It's time to celebrate our very successful first year. As a thank you for your support, passion, and energy, we are throwing a party, again, because of the snow day on February 13th.
This party is open to all. Please join us in Washington D.C. on March 26th, 2014. It's a chance to mingle with entrepreneurs, technology developers, users, members, and the community.
18:30 - Happy Hour part 1 (30 minutes)
19:00 - Eddie Pickle, CEO, Boundless (5 minutes)
19:10 - Xavier Lopez, Senior Director of Oracle's Spatial and Graph products (5 minutes)
19:20 - Andrew Ross, Director, Eclipse Foundation (5 minutes)
Innovating and growing businesses with open source @ LocationTech
19:30 - Anthony Fox, Director, Data Science & System Architecture, Commonwealth Computer Research (15 minutes)
GeoMesa: Scalable Geospatial Analytics
GeoMesa is a scalable spatio-temporal database that provides query capabilities on very large datasets using cloud platforms.
19:50 - Short Break (10 minutes)
20:00 - Robert Cheetham,CEO, Azavea (15 minutes)
Real-time geoprocessing with GeoTrellis
GeoTrellis is a high performance geoprocessing engine. It enables real time interaction with geospatial data.
20:20 - Diego Gomez Deck, CTO, Glob3 Mobile (15 minutes)
Developing applications with Mobile Map Tools
Mobile Map Tools s a framework and library for writing high performance mobile maps applications on Android, iOS, and the Web.
20:40 - Juan Marin, CTO, Boundless (15 minutes)
Geospatial data versioning with GeoGit
GeoGit enables decentralized management of versioned geospatial data and innovative workflows for collaboration.
21:00 - Networking & Happy Hour part 2 (30 minutes)
There's a parking garage attached to the building, with a drive in entrance on N Oak St. It charges $7/hour and is open to 11pm.
Other parking options: https://mparkpayments.com/ParisWeb-LocationMap.aspx
The best Metro access is via a skybridge through the mall in the Metro station - you can take it right to the corner of the building at Key and N Oak.
When & Where
LocationTech is a vendor neutral community for individuals and organizations who wish to collaborate on commercially-friendly open source software that is location aware.
LocationTech hosts technology projects and helps cultivate both an open source community and an ecosystem of complementary products and services.