Geoawesomeness Digital Meetup Schedule for 2021
Geoawesomeness Digital meetup is all about bringing the spatial community together and enabling interactions within the community whether it’s for fun and/or profit. And along the way, we hope that the meetup will help us all better understand how location data and technology are transforming the world for the better.
We are quite excited about our digital meetup series and it’s great to see that you are excited about it as well! We promise it’s going to be #geoawesome! In the meantime, if you have ideas/suggestions for us to make this a regular feature on your calendar, do let us know!
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Interested in hosting an event together with the team? Let’s talk! Send an email to email@example.com
Digital Meetup #20 7th December 2021 – Geospatial for Good (proudly supported by Geoawesomeness and our community)
Missed a presentation?
Watch all the presentations on Geoawesomeness YouTube Channel.
Digital Meetup #9 on 18th February 2021 – Location, Location, Location: Using travel time and transport data for making business decisions (supported by TravelTime)
Digital Meetup #10 on 24th March 2021 – Location Intelligence and the Counter-drone use case (supported by Carmenta)
Digital Meetup #11 on 8th April 2021 – 5D Location Intelligence and Situational Awareness (supported by Luciad Hexagon Geospatial)
Digital Meetup #13 on 6th May 2021 – Common Operating Picture for Real-time Geospatial threats (supported by DataCapable)
Digital Meetup #19 4th November 2021 – Four stories about sustainable transportation and logistics (Supported by TomTom)
Digital Meetup #1 to #8 were held in 2020 – information and details available here https://geoawesomenesscom.stage.site/2020-geoawesomeness-digital-meetup-schedule/
2022 Top 100 Geospatial Companies – Nominations are now open
Delighted to announce that nominations for 2022 Top 100 Geospatial Companies are now open! Hurray!
The annual list complied since 2016 by Geoawesomeness is an essential source of information about companies that are utilising geospatial data and tools to solve problems and is aimed to help our community make sense of the ever-changing geospatial industry ecosystem.
The 2021 Top 100 Geospatial Companies list is still available for reference.
Below you will find the timeline and the process we will use for deciding the 2022 Geoawesomeness 100 list.
Update: We extended the deadline until 24th December. read more here https://geoawesomenesscom.stage.site/2022-global-top-100-geospatial-companies-nomination-status-and-deadline/
|Start Date||End Date||What|
|6th October 2021||24 December 2021||Nomination phase for companies|
|1st November 2021||25th December 2021||Public discussion about nomination and the top 100 geospatial companies.|
|26th December 2021||24th January 2022||Panel reviews the nominations, inputs from the public and votes on the final list.|
|By 28th January 2022||Final list is prepared and ready to be shared in the live event on 31st 🙂|
|31st January 2022||Online event with panel to celebrate the top 100 companies list. Save the date.|
- Companies can nominate themselves via this online form.
- Public can nominate and any recommend companies they would like to see make it to the list via this online form.
- The community forum is being setup to enable us all to come together and discuss about companies and the geospatial ecosystem in general.
- The expert panel to consider these inputs as recommendations. The final decision lies with the panel. (It is hard to totally ignore the public opinion though).
Who is on Geospatial Expert Panel?
- Dr. Nadine Alameh, CEO of Open Geospatial Consortium
- Denise McKenzie, Chair of the Association for Geographic Information in UK
- Justyna Redelkiewicz, Head of Section Consumer Solutions, Market and Technology at the European Union Agency for Space Programme (EUSPA)
- Carly Morris, Head of Geovation at Ordnance Survey
- Eldrige de melo, Director at Satellogic
- Olivia Powell, International Lead at The Geospatial Commission in Cabinet Office and Co- founder and Director at Women+ in Geospatial
- Sives Govender, Research Group Leader, CSIR, South Africa and Co- founder and coordinator of Environmental Information System-Africa
- Jonathan Neufeld, CEO of TECTERRA
- Osamu Ochiai, Senior Engineer, Manager for Satellite Applications and Operation Center at Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
- Ng Siau Yong, Director of GeoSpatial and Data Division & Chief Data Officer at the Singapore Land Authority
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org