This free event is open to everyone. Please join us in San Francisco on March 20th, 2014. It's a chance to mingle with entrepreneurs, technology developers, users, members, and the community. Drinks and munchies will be served.
We will be in the Grand Peninsula A room, located on the Lobby floor (map).
19:00 - Andrew Ross, Eclipse Foundation (5 minutes)
19:10 - Frank Warmerdam, Planet Labs (20 minutes)
Introduction to Planet Labs
19:40 - Steven Citron-Pousty, Red Hat (20 minutes)
Vert.x for Spatial
20:30 - Juan Marin, Boundless (20 minutes)
Geospatial data versioning with GeoGit
21:00 - Ragi Burhum, AmigoCloud (20 minutes)
Next Generation Mobile GIS Data Collection
21:30 - Jay Billings, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (20 minutes)
Open Source use at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory & Science @ Eclipse Foundation
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.