OGC announces exciting agenda for two-day Location Powers: Data
Location Powers: Data Science will be held 13-14 Nov at Google’s Crittenden Campus in Mountain View, CA
30 September 2019: The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) has announced the agenda for its Location Powers: Data Science summit. The event will be held at Google’s Crittenden Campus in Mountain View, CA on the 13th & 14th of November, 2019 - register before October 15 for an incredible 90% early bird discount.
The two-day agenda is packed with speakers from organizations honing the cutting edge of data science, including: Google, Esri, Pitney Bowes, Oracle, Orion Systems, Ordnance Survey, American Statistical Association, CrowdAI, MAXAR, NVIDIA, OGC, AIST, ESA, the City of Los Angeles, and several universities and government agencies.
Included on the agenda is a presentation by Wendy Martinez, the incoming president of the American Statistical Association. Wendy will present the keynote of Session 4: Outcomes, which concerns the application of geospatial data science. Wendy’s presentation is motivated by her interest in spatial statistics and comes from her experience as the director of the Mathematical Statistics Research Center at the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. The workshop will highlight how data science builds on statistics.