FedGeo Day Conference

October 13th 2016

Washington DC

  • The conference for open source geo applications in the federal government.

Modern Tools for GIS, Geo Data & Cartography

Open source applications are changing GIS, cartography, web mapping, and map publishing, throwing open the door of what's possible in geo. This one day conference will introduce you to these tools, show you what you can do with them, and walk through how and why government agencies are using them to dramatically improve their mapping, cartography, and GIS projects.

Registration

Register now!

Special Discounts:

  • Government employees discount (20%), use code: GOVT16
  • Student discount (20%), use code: STU16

Apply for a scholarship by Sept.30

$85 before Aug. 31, $125 afterwards. Includes all sessions and activities.

Register Now

Schedule

Registration and Networking. E Street Building Lounge

Sign in and grab a coffee.

+

Welcome Hall of Service

Kick off FedGeoDay 2016.

+

Keynote: Open Source on GitHub - What we have accomplished so far Hall of Service

Ray Bauer, Innovation Lead (NGA), shares some of NGA's successes and lessons learned

+

Short Break E Street Building Lounge

Refreshments served.

+

Open Publishing: How the FCC Empowered Map Publishing with Open Source Technologies and Standards Hall of Service

Allison Baker & Brian Funk (Federal Communications Commission & NCI, Inc.)

+

Understanding Open Source Board of Governors

Jody Garnett (Boundless) explains how government can benefit from participation in open source.

+

Geography for HIV Epidemic Control: PEPFAR’s use of open source geospatial tools Hall of Service

Nate Heard & Gina Sarfaty (The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR))

+

Institutional engagement in an open mapping community Board of Governors

Dan Joseph (American Red Cross)

+

Lunch E Street Building Lounge

A hearty lunch will be served.

+

Thinking Open – A Hybrid Approach to GIS Hall of Service

Anthony Calamito (Boundless)

+

GEOINT Services and NGA's investment in Open Source for the Intelligence Community Board of Governors

Carter Christopher (NGA)

+

DoD and IC Geospatial Standards Compliance Hall of Service

Jeffrey Bell (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA))

+

Billions and Beyond: Analyzing and Visualizing Massive Datasets Board of Governors

Rich Fecher (RadiantBlue)

+

Geospatially Enable Your Hadoop, Accumulo, and Spark Applications with LocationTech Projects Hall of Service

Rob Emanuele (Azavea)

+

STRIDER - Spatio-temporal Retrieval and Introspection of Data and Embedded Relationships Board of Governors

Ray Dos Santos and Michael Szaszy (US Army Corp of Engineers - Engineer Development and Research Center (ERDC) & RGi)

+

Short Break E Street Building Lounge

Refreshments served.

+

How many people are there in the world? Hall of Service

Tom Fitzwater (U.S. Census Bureau)

+

Cesium 3D Tiles: An open specification for streaming massive 3D geospatial scenes Board of Governors

Matthew Amato (Cesium)

+

The USDOT National Address Database Pilot Study and Use of PostGIS Hall of Service

Michael Terner and Steve Lewis (AppGeo and US. Dept. of Transportation)

+

NASAS WorldWind Spatial Visualization Board of Governors

Zach Glueckert (NASA WorldWind)

+

Open Source Technologies for Sharing Water Sensor Data Hall of Service

Dwane Young, (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)

+

Interactive Visualization of Satellite and Weather Model Data Online Using CesiumJS Board of Governors

Matthew Lammers (NASA Goddard/KBRwyle)

+

Lightning talks! Hall of Service

Various speakers cover an assortment of topics in 5 minutes or less. Expand this item to see the list of speakers and their talks.

+

Reception Board of Governors

Join us for a reception and opportunity to network.

+

View More

Sponsorship Prices

Sponsor the conference as a member

2000$ Member Discounted price

Sponsor the conference as a non-member

Become a member

4,500$ Full price

Sponsor the conference as a member

Support both FedGeoDay and the Global Tour, and receive further discounts on each!

3200$ Starting at.

Sponsor Agreement


Our Sponsors