Greenwood Village, Colo. – Leaders from Locana, an international leader in spatial technology, will be featured speakers on May 4 and May 5 at Geospatial World Forum and its co-located show GeoBIM in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Their presentations will focus on tools for driving data-driven responses to the array of climate related challenges, as well as the benefits of and potential of leveraging enterprise GIS for flood defense asset management.
- Geospatial World Forum
May 4 at 13:30 – 15:00 – Geo4SDGs: Climate & Energy
Alex Sweeney, a Locana Senior Geospatial Data Analyst, will address the vital and central role geospatial data and technology will play in identifying responses to the array of climate related challenges. She will highlight how mitigating the disastrous impacts of climate hazards is especially challenging for vulnerable populations today, and that a multidimensional view into the impacts of and countermeasures for the deepening climate crisis is needed. She will provide details and real-world examples of new innovative open source climate adaption decision tools that collect and integrate geospatial data and identify data-driven responses, while fostering education. For more information, click here.
May 5 at 10:15 – 11:15: Building Healthy Cities
Dan Culli, a Locana GIS Consultant, will present on how The Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 (TEAM2100) programme, which is the UK Environment Agency’s largest flood-risk management initiative, has leveraged a variety of web and mobile GIS applications to collect and consume data. Intelligence-led asset management has enabled more informed decision-making while creating efficiencies across the programme. Culli will provide an overview of the ‘Estuary Eye’ application, which provides all TEAM2100 members online access to 8+TB of geospatial data ranging from basic asset information to 3D models, 360 imagery and georeferenced UAV video. For more information, click here.
“We are thrilled to be presenting at Geospatial World Forum. Geospatial solutions for climate change deliver mapping and location analysis to support decision-making that drives economic growth, protects lives and property, and maintains ecosystem vitality. Open source solutions enable data sharing among nations worldwide. For countries with fewer resources, accessing open data generated by scientific communities and international organizations fosters greater collaboration and exchange,” said Dianna Herbst, Locana Senior Marketing Director. “At GeoBIM, Locana will highlight how high-quality data has enabled The Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 (TEAM2100) programme to make more informed decisions, identify issues and opportunities, and plan work. By using location intelligence and maps, the team has been able to perform analysis that provides predictive maintenance and reduces the need to respond to asset failures.”
Locana, a location and mapping technology company, provides software products and services that solve the world’s most pressing business, climate, and social challenges. With decades of experience, Locana is a global leader in both enterprise geospatial solutions and innovative applications using proprietary and open‐source mapping technologies. By taking a location‐first approach to problem solving, Locana builds, implements, and connects solutions for public and private customers, in a wide range of domains including: utilities, land and facility management, critical infrastructure, defense, conservation, international development, and technology, among others. With headquarters in Denver, Colo., the company also has major offices in Seattle and London. For further information visit: www.locana.co or https://www.linkedin.com/company/locana-co/.