'Trust in Data'
OceanWise Marine Data Management & GIS Workshop
26th November 2019
Speakers & Topics
Bringing you talks from:
- KEY NOTE: "Open Data - Under Surveillance": James Cutler, Emapsite/AGI
- "Data Crime Protection": Chris White, Regional Organised Crime Unit
- "Blurring the lines between GIS and BI": Pete Edmonds, KPMG
- "The Importance of Data Quality": Mike Osborne, OceanWise
- Case Study, "Underwater Survey Capabilities for a WWII Bomber": Julian Rickards, 3D at Depth
- "Port emissions and the effect on health": Matt Loxham, Southampton University
- "NaviModel - the GIS you already have": Matthew Brannan, EIVA
Register now to secure your place at this FREE popular one day event. Places are limited so reserve your space now.
Student places are available but limited
Data used to be the domain of experts. Experts were relied upon to turn raw data into information that was trusted by users because that information was being published by experts. Nowadays, it is much easier for users to obtain the information they depend on from a wide range of sources. These sources are often unauthoritative, free at the point of use or come with no indication of provenance. At the same time, users seem content to carry on using this information without considering the credentials – or indeed the motives – of the organisation providing this information. The theme of this workshop highlights this issue and asks whether this is a cause of concern and, if it is, explores what the user can do to restore trust in data and information and hence ensure that it is ‘fit’ for its intended purpose.
- Hear from industry experts on key developments in Marine Data, Open Data and GIS
- Gain clarity around how data management forms part of a BMS system
- Discuss your own data management and GIS experiences and challenges
- Be aware of data crime and how you can take steps to protect yourself and your organisation
- Understand why data quality is so important and what steps you can take to ensure that you don't get left behind
- Hear thought provoking case studies and learn about developing GIS technologies
- Absorb the latest research around particulate matter from ships and dockside emissions and understand the effect it might have on health
The event also provides a great opportunity to network and share experiences with peers, academic experts, practitioners and management from within the industry and from other sectors.
Excellent day and variety of talks
Who Should Attend?
- Anyone working with, or with an interest in, Marine data OR Marine GIS
- Anyone involved in acquiring, managing or using Marine Data
- Anyone keen to share ideas and learn about emerging trends or GIS technologies effecting the Marine sector
- Students, Researchers and Academics from across the Marine Industry (limited places)
- The event is interactive and intimate and we encourage all attendees to get involved and ask questions
It was particularly informative and an enjoyable day
Location, date and timings
Tuesday 26th November 2019
The School of Economic Science,
11 Mandeville Place,
09:30 - 15:30
All talks were very informative, great variety of speakers and attendees
Register now to secure your place at this one-day FREE event
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OceanWise is an independent company using our expertise in marine data to solve environmental and engineering challenges. Our unique knowledge and close relationships with instrument manufacturers, software vendors and standards bodies mean we are able to provide our customers with comprehensive, cost effective end-to-end marine and coastal data management and decision support.
We proudly work with over 70% of the UK's major Ports and Harbours as well as many other Ports from all over the world.
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