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Overview of Spatialytics participation at @Geomatique2011 October 12-13 in Montréal #geo2011

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Spatialytics is a Bronze sponsor of Geomatics 2011, THE Conference of the Geospatial industry in Quebec, returning every two years, organized by the Montreal Chapter of the CIG (Canadian Institute of Geomatics).

Look at Geomatics 2011 program and register here.

Spatialytics in the program:

Spatialytics have three (3) presentations (all in French) in the Program, all the 2nd day, Thursday the 13:

Conference in French: Services web OGC et ETL spatial, une combinaison gagnante!
By Thierry Badard, Day 2, Thursday at 8:30 AM – Room A
About: Spatial ETL & Data Integration GeoKettle maximizing OGC Web Services like WMS, WMFS, CSW, SOS, …

Conference in French: Maximiser l’usage et l’intégration des données ouvertes, des réseaux sociaux et des données de capteurs pour des décisions plus éclairées
By Thierry Badard, Day 2, Thursday at 9:20 AM – Room C
About: Spatial ETL & Data Integration GeoKettle playing with data and information coming from social networks API and sensors…

Conference in French: Infrastructure de données géospatiales (SDI) : une solution technologique Open Source et interopérable
By Luc Vaillancourt, Day 2, Thursday at 9:45 AM – Room A
About: SDI – Spatial Data Infrastructure, the SDI platform GeoNetwork, the Spatial ETL GeoKettle and CSW, the tool GeoCat Bridge and GeoServer…

Spatialytics on the exhibition floor:

The presence of Spatialytics among the exhibitors (BOOTH 16) will be an opportunity to show the Open Source technologies and commercial solutions of the company.

In addition to its offer GeoBI offering, Spatialytics will also represent its business partners for Quebec, solutions in BI and Geospatial (OpenGeo and GeoCat) will also be on display and available at the booth.

  • Spatial ETL for GIS and GeoBI, in OLTP and OLAP universes;
  • the OpenGeo Suite including a Spatial DBMS, a Web-mapping server and APIs;
  • the GeoCat Bridge module for online publishing, from the desktop to the Web;
  • Spatial OLAP server (SOLAP) and multidimensional data cubes;
  • Web services from Spatial ETL and/or Spatial OLAP server;
  • client-side Geo-dashboard applications (100% HTML / Javascript) and reporting with maps.