GeoMonday the 4th – Using spatial data streams in real-time (presentation material)

This is the presentation material of the talk from Lars Schmitz (ESRI), as announced here:

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Esri is official sponsor of GeoMonday the 4th

The GeoMonday team wanna thank a lot Esri Deutschland for sponsoring our 4th edition all around Location and Internet of Things. Here a nice quote from the team:


For spatial analysis, planning and decision-making, the geo information solutions based on Esri’s ArcGIS platform are the first choice in the private and public sectors as well as education and science. Adaptable and intuitive with integration options, industry standard ArcGIS can be used on mobile devices, desktops and servers and is highly appreciated by more than one million users worldwide.

As a distributor and systems house, Esri Deutschland GmbH, member of the Esri Deutschland Group GmbH, based in Kranzberg near Munich, sells the products of Esri Inc. on an exclusive basis at eleven locations in Germany and Switzerland. Esri provides support to users with a wide range of training, support and consultancy backed by combined experience and expertise of over 500 employees in the Esri Group.
Headquartered in Redlands, California (USA), Esri Inc. is a pioneer in the field of professional geo information solutions and the development of a modern understanding of the environment and its geographical, cultural and economic connections.


GeoMonday the 4th – Using spatial data streams in real-time

GeoEvent ProcessorMany sensors that make up the Internet of Things generate and stream data that have a spatial reference. Examples are flood gauges, positions of vehicles like planes or cars, but also geocoded tweets in social media. See how these spatial data streams can be used in real-time. This includes reading and analyzing the data as well as triggering subsequent actions.

Lars Schmitz kleinLars Schmitz is Product Manager at Esri Germany. He is responsible for all Esri developer tools and heads a program dedicated to developers and startups. Find his LinkedIn profile here:
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