[gis_info] [COM.Geo 2013] Keynote Announced "Unexplored 3D Worlds: The Futures of Focal Plane GIS"
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IFTF Keynote on Unexplored 3D Worlds: The Futures of Focal Plane GIS
by Mike Liebhold
Senior Researcher, Distinguished Fellow, Institute for the Future
In this talk we explore some future impacts and challenges of combinatorial innovations in sensing, mapping and rendering and computing technologies enabling humans and machines to intimately interact with rich 3D geospatial data in a vertical focal plane view. We'll start with a tour through recent developments in sensor fusion, machine vision, and liquid data cloud supercomputing and then tour a few of the more interesting cartographic frontiers including augmented reality, robotic SLAM ( Simultaneous Location and Mapping) and geolocated simulations.
Mike Liebhold is a tech research pioneer and veteran with decades of experience working for iconic companies like Atari, Apple, Netscape, and Intel. As a senior researcher and distinguished fellow at IFTF, he researches and disseminates information about the technological underpinnings of tomorrow’s world, including the mobile web, immersive media, and context-aware and ubiquitous computing. He has been a visiting researcher at Intel Labs, a senior consulting architect at Netscape Communications, vice president and chief technology officer at Times Mirror Publishing, a senior scientist at Apple Computer, and administrative director for the Systems Research Group at the Atari Sunnyvale Research Laboratory. Mike was principal technology policy adviser to Apple’s chairman and was Apple’s principal contributor to the national dialog on the National Information Infrastructure, including cable TV, video dial tone, digital advanced television, and HDTV. Mike is a frequent speaker and commentator on the futures of computing and telecommunications. Read more <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?YourCompanyName/32cdd40357/a2a4e77231/53991653bc> >>
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