It is interesting how traditional learning communities have evolved, and what previously required a conference room with its complications of distance and space, from an iPad can be witnessed from anywhere in the world.
In this context, it is very close to developing two webinars that we should all take advantage of, considering that for this it is not necessary to leave the office or the conventional work:
gvSIG Desktop 2.0
This will be the 7 of May and is promoted by MundoGEO and the gvSIG Association.
Webinar 7 de Mayo and includes a presentation of the new features of the new version gvSIG, and is ideal to know the main differences between this line and the 1.12x versions that will no longer be continued under that development after the maturity of this version reached the degree of being released as a stable version. So it will be interesting to know the actions that will be carried out in the coming months.
With free registrations, this online event is aimed at all gvSIG Desktop users and developers who are interested in knowing the main features of the 2.0 version, and the future of it.
The speaker will be Álvaro Anguix, General Director of the gvSIG Association. The participants of the webinar will be able to interact with the presenter through the chat, as well as being able to follow the event via Twitter (@mundogeo #webinar). All online participants of this seminar will receive certificates of their participation.
Join us on this webinar!
- Webinar: gvSIG Desktop 2.0
- Date: 7 May 2013
- Time: 14: 00 GMT
Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email with the link to access this webinar.
System requirements: PC - Windows 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server / Macintosh - Mac OS X 10.5 or newer / Mobile - iPhone, iPad, Android
Space is limited
Sign up for free on this webinar:
New emergency management using Cartography.
This is promoted by Directions Magazine, which will learn how the Crisis Response team made preparedness information available to emergency response personnel and citizens during Hurricane Sandy. Using geospatial tools, such as Google Maps Engine, the Crisis Response team worked with several disaster-related agencies to collect and share information through Crisis maps, an open source tool developed by the team. The map of Sandy 50 layers + include:
- Location tracking, including current and anticipated hurricane roads, courtesy of NOAA National Hurricane Center
- Public alerts, including evacuation notices, storm warnings and more, through Weather.gov and earthquake.usgs.gov
- Radar and cloud images from weather.com and the US Naval Research Laboratory.
- Evacuation information and routes, including NYC-specific NYC Open Data evacuation routes
- Shelters and recovery centers, open gas stations and more
What to Expect:
- Lessons learned from the Crisis Response team in relation to the mapping of the current crisis
- As the team used crowdsourcing to maintain one of its most popular crisis map layers
- What tools like Crisis Map and Google Maps Engine can help you with your emergency work
Exhibitors include Christiaan Adams of Google Earth and Google Crisis Response, and Jennifer Montano, national geospatial manager.
Join us on May 9 2: 00 PM - 3: 00 PM EDT
To whom it May concern
Anyone interested in Google's geospatial tools, and especially people involved in emergency situations administration
- System Requirements
PC with Windows 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
If it is Macintosh Mac OS X 10.5 or newer