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Seminar Sensor Web Enablement, 1-2-2007

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The Subcommission Geo-Information Models (GIM) of the NCG has organized a seminar on the development and the application of 'Sensor web enablement' on Thursday 1 February 2007. The seminar has been held in the Auditorium of TNO Bouw en Ondergrond, Princetonlaan 6 in Utrecht. The seminar language was English.

The main purpose of the seminar was to show several different aspects related to location sensor services and their role with the spatial data infrastructure. The seminar was intended for GI-professionals that deal with GDI development. Ca. 75 participants attended the seminar.

Presentations (pdf's)


9.00 Arrival, coffee
9.30 Welcome by chairman, Prof.Dr. A. Bregt (Wageningen University)
9.45 Scenarios for sensors services in 2020, Prof.Dr. Euro Beinat (VU Amsterdam)
10.30 Sensor networks, sensor web: new possibilities and new challenges, Dr.Ir. Zoltan Papp (TNO).
11.15 Coffee break
11.30 Introduction to Sensor Web Enablement, Alexander Walkowski (IFGI Münster, 52North)
12.15 Lunch
13.30 SWE based sensor integration in the German Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning and Mitigation System project (GITEWS), Mr. R. Häner (Postdam)
14.15 Use of SWE in on-going EC and ESA projects, Rowena Smillie (Spacebel)
15.00 Coffee break
15.15 Sensors as data sources for the geo-information infrastructure; a space for geo-information project in the Netherlands, Jan Jellema (TNO NITG)
16.00 Closing by the chairman
16.15 Drinks

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