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NeoCartography: Citizen Cartographers, GPS, Consumer Electronics, and Mapping

The University of Otago National School of Surveying and NZCS are proud to present a special seminar by Prof. William Cartwright of RMIT University, Melbourne. 

 

NeoCartography: Citizen Cartographers, GPS, Consumer Electronics, and Mapping

Speaker: Prof. William Cartwright, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

14 May 2015, 12 pm

1st floor seminar room, National School of Surveying, University of Otago, Dunedin.

 

Abstract: This paper addresses how neocartography, and the use of social software on everyday consumer electronic devices, might be integrated with mainstream surveying and mapping practices to provide products that might be otherwise impossible to deliver due to economic and logistic situations.  Neocartography is not about further developing / improving existing approaches, but looking altogether differently at how data is collected, assembled, analysed, and presented.  It first provides an overview about neocartography and then addresses the opportunities, issues, and challenges for the cartography / GIScience community that neocartrography poses.

 

 

 

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