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Tuesday, September 25

7:30 Registration Open
9:00 to
Opening Plenary Session
Salon C, Level 2
Welcome from Chair
Keynote Speakers
Geoff Zeiss, Director of Technology, Autodesk
Tyler Mitchell, Executive Director, OSGeo
Peter Rushforth, Technology Advisor, GeoConnections
Lightning Talks
Moderator: Howard Butler, Independent Software Developer
Peter Batty, Arnulf Christl, Schuyler Earle,
Ed McNierney, Chris Schmidt,
Andrew Turner, James Macgill, Raj Singh
10:40 to 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 to 12:00 Featured Speaker
Damian Conway
12:00 to 13:00 Lunch Provided in Exhibition Hall
13:00 to 14:30 Colwood Esquimalt Lecture Theatre Saanich Oak Bay 1 Oak Bay 2 View Royal
[L01] Raster Processing and Preparation with GDAL
Frank Warmerdam
Mateusz Loskot

[L09] Using the GeoNetwork open source Spatial Data Catalog
François Prunayre
A Survey of Open Source GIS
Paul Ramsey
Refractions Research
A Web GIS Module for Drupal and Joomla! Content Management Systems - Historical GIS for Hanoi City, Vietnam
Venkatesh Raghavan
Osaka City University
Mapping with AJAX and SVG
Dirk Frigne
DFC Software Engineering
Opening spatial databases for data quality certification
Chris Tagg
Avian influenza RSS web mapping exploring geographic and temporal aspects of outbreak events
Andrew Murdoch
Penn State World Campus
Trends of the Geo Web
Brady Forrest
O'Reilly Media, Conference Chair for Where 2.0
Community Based Participatory GIS using Plone & PrimaGIS
Alex Mandel
Geography Graduate Group, University of California, Davis Integrating Mashups and Open Source Web-GIS
Pirmin Kalberer
Sourcepole AG
Open Source Geospatial Software Integration at the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
Dhiren Khona
Booz Allen Hamilton
GeoRSS as RNA in SDI: Using Feeds to enable Geospatial Federation
Joshua Lieberman
Traverse Technologies
Portable GIS: GIS on a USB Stick
Jo Cook
Oxford Archaeology North
GeoDjango - Geographic Web Applications for Perfectionists with Deadlines
Justin Bronn
A Broker Platform for User Location
Simon King
Open Source Geospatial software for the the Army Corps of Engineers Wetlands Regulatory program
Joel Schlagel
US Army Corps of Engineers
Delivering Tropical Medicine Solutions with Integrated Open Source GIS and Statistics.
Barry Rowlingson
Lancaster University
14:30 to 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 to 16:30 Colwood Esquimalt Lecture Theatre Saanich Oak Bay 1 Oak Bay 2 View Royal
[L10] Defining and Using Custom Cartographic Symbols in MapGuide
Robert Bray
[L02] Practical Introduction to MapBuilder
Mike Adair
DM Solutions Group
Quantum GIS -- Five Years and Counting
Gary Sherman
Micro Resources
Pleiades: Building a RESTful, Open Source GIS for the Humanities
Sean Gillies
Ancient World Mapping Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Towards a Public Geodata Repository
Schuyler Erle
OSGeo Public Geodata Committee
FOSS4G software in university geomatics education: a case study integrating teaching and research
Scott Mitchell
Carleton University
Processing and dissemination of satellite remote sensing data in an heterogeneous environment.
Paul Hasenohr
European Commission - Joint Research Centre
A year in the life of OpenStreetMap: How OSM is mapping the world.
Nick Black
FeatureServer: A REST-based Server for Simple Features
Christopher Schmidt
Making Use of Open Source Geo-spatial software for supporting community based projects
Scott Emmons
University of Northern British Columbia
Building OSGEO HigherEd Content: Reflecting on an Online Introduction to GIS Course Using QGIS
Charles Schweik
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Grid-enabled OGC Environment for EO Data and Services in Support of Canada's Forest Applications
Hao Chen
Pacific Forestry Centre, Canadian Forest Service,Natural Resources Canada
GDAL/OGR Project Status Report
Frank Warmerdam
Using the Atom Publishing Protocol for Web GIS
Charlie Savage
MapBuzz, Inc.
Free and Open Geospatial Content: Intellectual Property Rights and Cost
Geoff Zeiss
Autodesk, Inc.
Design and implementation of internet-based "Public Participation GIS" using a user-centred process and the open source model
Martin Bunch
Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University
Grid Enabling the Satellite Image Data Service (SIDS) at MIMAS using Open Geospatial Consortium Web Services (OWS) and GRASS
Gail Millin
The Satellite Image Data Service - MIMAS
16:30 to 16:45 Break
16:45 to 19:00 Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions