Tuesday March 19, 2019
Albuquerque, NM 87110
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Examine technologies and methodologies used by geographic information system professionals to handle all aspects of managing the biggest of the big data for scientific and business applications.
Join the NMTC Big Data peer group on Tuesday, March 19th and learn more about the state of the art in geospatial data management.
Satellite, Aerial, Ground and Full Motion Imagery and volumes of Vector data are some of the most difficult data to collect, process, manage, geolocate and analyze because of the sheer size of the data products. Yet such data is becoming increasingly important in applications from Agriculture to Urban Planning. In this talk we will examine the technologies and methodologies used by Geographic Information System Professionals to handle all aspects of managing the biggest of the big data for scientific and business applications.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Anne Lilje is a Principal Research Computer Scientist at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Prior to her work at Sandia, she led the Imagery and 3D team at Esri in Redlands, California, and managed Geographic Information Systems Laboratories at the Aerospace Corporation in El Segundo, California and the California Institute of Technology Seismological Laboratory in Pasadena California. In her spare time, Anne enjoys puttering around in her garden, reading volumes of science fiction and soaking in beautiful New Mexico Scenery.
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