THIS WEBINAR BEGINS: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH 2 PM CEST
What: In this webinar you will learn about the general User Feedback mechanism and about the NiMMbus system developed within the NextGEOSS project. It has a special focus on the way it allows to store reproducible usage and thus, help users to collectively build a knowledge hub for the benefit of users across disciplines, services, applications. etc. Moreover, the experience of several data and service providers, including the NiMMbus system will be explained, especially highlighting the advantages for them as well as for users when using the system or the data.
Why now: NiMMbus, the NextGEOSS Geopspatial User Feedback service developed in NextGEOSS has been extended to include reproducible usage, that can be used to store knowledge created by users. Moreover, the widget to include the NextGEOSS Geopspatial User Feedback connection in any portal has also been extended, so it is a moment to rethink new uses of the portals’ connection to GUF in order to explore all the functionalities it offers now.
Who is it for: Data providers and data users coming from NextGEOSS or external pilots, EuroGEO initiative showcase participants, DIAS portals, other H2020 projects in the GEOSS orbit
Alaitz Zabala is a researcher at Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona (UAB). She holds an European PhD degree in Geography in 2010, MSc in Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS), and a Bch in Environmental Sciences. Her main research interests are metadata, geographical information standardization, data quality and user-feedback metadata, as well as lossy compression effects on remote sensing and resulting cartography and image classification. Teacher in several undergrad and grad studies, mainly in RS and GIS courses. In NextGEOSS, Alaitz is responsible mainly for developing and integrating the NiMMbus service, as a Geospatial User Feedback service for NextGEOSS as well as external partners
Researcher, Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona
José Ruivo is a software engineer of the Ground Segment business unit at DEIMOS, an expert in catalogues for geospatial systems
Software Engineer, DEIMOS
Anestis Trypitsidis is a research associate and project manager at National Observatory of Athens (@ BEYOND Center). Till today Anestis has been involved in managing Space and GeoIT related projects, in more than 15 funded/contracted projects (e.g. DG ENV, EC/JRC, EEA, FP7, H2020, National funds etc). Since the beginning of NextGEOSS, Anestis is the day-to-day contact person for all NOA’s activities, including provision Sentinel data from Copernicus Ground Segments and Disaster Risk Reduction Pilot activities.
Research associate and project manager, National Observatory of Athens
Stephan Hennekens is a vegetation scientist working at the Wageningen Environmental Research Institute. He is also a software engineer and database developer. He is the author of the software program TURBOVEG which is world wide used for managing vegetation plot data and the main developer of the European Vegetation Archive.
Vegetation scientist, Wageningen Environmental Research Insitute
Joan Masó is a researcher at CREAF and GIS developer. Co-creator of the MiraMon compressed map and the MiraMon Map Reader idea in 1997. PhD in Geography, MSc in Physics, and a MSc in Electronic Engineering all in the UAB. Teacher in a RS and GIS master in the UAB. Creator of Remote Sensing imagery visualization and download web data portal software. He has been an active member of the TC of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) since 2003. Spanish representative in the ISO19115-1 and ISO 19157. Coordinator of FP7 GeoViQua project, and author of the OGC Geospatial User Feedback Standard: Conceptual Model (15-097r1) and XML Encoding Extension (15-098r1). Recent projects focuses on Citizen Science
Researcher & GIS developer, CREAF
Bente Lilja Bye has been a member of the GEO community since 2004, engaged both as representative in the GEO plenary, in committees and contributing to the GEO Work Programme, and currently represents Norway on the GEO Programme Board. Bente runs a small research and consultancy company, BLB, focusing on transforming Earth observation data to information and knowledge for societal benefit. She is responsible for Communication, Dissemination and Assessment as partner in NextGEOSS.
Bente Lilja Bye