Posts Tagged ‘Quebec’

Participation to the first WhereCamp Montreal (#wherecamp #wherecampmtl), Oct. 23

| October 12th, 2009 | No Comments »

I will do a “Lightning talk” on Open Source Geo-BI suite during the very first WhereCamp in Montreal, Friday, October 23rd.

The typical “BarCamp” formula applied to geospatial is generally called a “WhereCamp”. The formula is voluntarily simple, with little or no costs for the registration but with an obligation in return from each participant to present a topic in relation with “Where / Geo / Location” … being a novice or an expert, with questions and/or to present facts with the audience.

This unique activity will be held at the Redpath Museum of McGill University.

All the information here.

Spatialytics will be present at Geomatics 2009 (#geo09), Oct. 21 and 22

| October 12th, 2009 | No Comments »

Spatialytics will be present at Geomatics 2009 and talk about This is an event organized by the Montreal Chapter of the Canadian Institute of Geomatics (CIG) that will be held October 21 and 22 in Montreal at the Hilton Montréal Bonnaventure hotel. This Conference comes back every two years.

Luc Vaillancourt will give a presentation (in French) with the title “GeoKettle and GeoMondrian: an Open Source Geo-BI suite“, Wednesday Oct. 21 at 2:55 PM in the “Verdun”conference room.

More information by visiting the Event Website.

Presentation of Geo-BI Open Source projects at the AGMQ Conference, Septembre 2009

| October 2nd, 2009 | No Comments »

September 29th 2009, Dr. Thierry Badard gave a presentation at the autumn Conference of the AGMQ (Association de géomatique municipale du Québec) whose main theme was “Geomatics: Essential tools for public safety“.

This conference was held at Laval university, in Quebec City. The presentation which Dr. Badard gave was about the results its GeoSOA research team work.

The title was “Putting the techniques and tools of Open Source Geospatial BI at the service of public safety”. It, amongst other things, presented the Geo-BI Open Source projects developed at Laval university, GeoKettle and GeoMondrian.