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There will always be several events taking place at the same time during the Kultursymposium. No one can attend everything. For that reason, a correspondent will compile the most important insights and ideas of every event in three sentences each in plenary at the end, thus making them available to all. This way, the results will be safeguarded, structured and disseminated, thus pushing forward the networked dialogue worldwide.
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Sharing is the key concept of Web 2.0 Whether it’s your status on Facebook, your holiday photo on Instagram or a tweet on Twitter, sharing is the basic activity of all users of social media. In this context, in recent years a new understanding of sharing has emerged. When, however, did “sharing” became a term dominating the social networks? How important is sharing in this context and what impact does the share button have on the way we communicate? Why is it that we now share more and more personal information online with the whole world? Nicholas A. John will talk about sharing on social networks and the impact of this phenomenon on our view of community.
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Unbelievable tips to become famous with technology: a true story.
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Learn how to talk to anyone, and connect with those that matter.
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Elanor trained as an architect and urban designer designing houses, schools and health buildings in the public and private sector. At CABE Elanor managed a diverse and extensive programme of research covering all sectors of the built environment, and the design process, from the value of urban design to the impact of design on the users of building and spaces, with an emphasis on outcomes relevant to a broad audience of professionals and public. Currently she is Head of Strategic Research at Affinity Sutton – a major social housing provider in the UK.
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Zástupce studia 3RW, v jehož široké škále projektů nalezneme výrazné realizace pro Národní turistické trasy. Veřejnost zaujal nedávný Památník na ostrově Utøya a 3RW bylo letos opětovně přizváno k instalaci na benátském Bienále architektury. Rahlff je rovněž proděkanem soukromé školy Bergen School of Architecture, založené v roce 1986. A representative of the 3RW studio, his wide range of projects includes distinctive realisations for the National Tourist Routes. he made an impression with his recent Monument on Utoya Island and this year 3RW was again invited to create an installation at the Venice Biennale of Architecture. Rahlff is the Vice-Dean of Bergen School of Architecture, a private school founded in 1986.
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Autonomous robots need the ability to perceive and model their environment and to make appropriate decisions in complex situations on their own. The complexity results from the high-dimensional perceptions, the large number of possible actions and the uncertainty about the state of the world. Probabilistic approaches offer ways for addressing these problems since they allow for explicitly modeling noise, for making decisions under uncertainty, and thus for acting robustly. In this talk, I will present recent approaches for solving different problems in the context of robot navigation and will point out challenges to address in order to build more flexible systems. This includes techniques for building maps of the environment and for relating built models with existing information sources. These are important capabilities for robots to robustly navigate in dynamic environments and crowded city scenes
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With the rapid construction of smart earth and smart city applications, the era of big data has arrived. In this talk the author will answer the key questions related to big data in photogrammetry, remote sensing, and geospatial information: how big are big data, how to treat these big data, and how to discover the patterns, rules and knowledge that can be obtained from big geospatial data. Three application examples are used to illustrate the value of big data in photogrammetry and remote sensing. The first example is in huge block adjustment without GCP for all of China. Using ZY-3 three-line CCD Data (8810 frame, 20TB), 3,000,000 robust tie points are automatically selected from two billion matched points for adjustment. The accuracy reaches 3-5m，meeting global mapping needs at the 1:50,000 scale, while accurate three meter results can be reached when combined with GRASS data in block adjustment. The second example is night light remote sensing data analysis for socio-economic applications. The visible and near-infrared brightness of the earth surface obtained by remote sensing satellites (such as DMSP, NPP) can be used to characterize the range of urban settlements, GDP, population distributions, and other socio-economic factors. Economic growth, urbanization, humanitarian disasters are likely to be reflected in changes of brightness in remote sensing images over a period of time. A four years image series shows that the Syrian civil war has led to a significant reduction (more than 80%) in the night light levels in Syria. On March 26, 2015; the United Nations Security Council released a briefing citing this Syrian night time light research. A third example is automatic Video satellite data compression. Our solution can send video satellite data direct to end-user’s Smartphone.
In a changing and dynamic world, high-resolution and timely geospatial information with global access and coverage becomes increasingly important. Constellations of radar satellites will play a major role in this task, since spaceborne radar is the only sensor that has all-weather, day-and-night, high-resolution imaging capability. Examples of applications for such a satellite constellation are environmental remote sensing, global 2-D and 3-D mapping, change detection, hazard and disaster monitoring, geoscience and climate research, as well as reconnaissance and security related tasks. Long-term vision is a space based sensor web that provides a view of our planet like we are used to observe with Google Earth, but with high-resolution images and relevant geospatial information being updated every few minutes. This talk provides first an overview of the state of the art and applications of spaceborne synthetic aperture radar (SAR). One prominent example is the TanDEM-X mission, the first bistatic radar in space. It consists of a synthetic aperture radar interferometer with two almost identical satellites flying in a closely controlled formation. With a typical separation between the satellites of 150 to 500 m a global Digital Elevation Model (DEM) with 2 m relative height accuracy at 12 m posting is being generated. While data acquisition has been finished mid-2014, the processing of the global TanDEMX DEM will be concluded by mid-2016. As of November 2015, 75% of the landmass is already processed and available for scientific and commercial applications. The results achieved so far show that the relative height of the final DEM is well within the specifications of 2 m (3.É– interval), while a superior performance is achieved for the absolute height accuracy (1.2 m instead of 10 m). Second, the talk will describe the paradigm shift that is taking place in spaceborne SAR systems. The fast growing user community poses demanding requirements for higher resolution and shorter revisit time which push the development of new technologies for achieving a wide-swath high-resolution imaging. New antenna concepts with digital beamforming will boost the performance of future SAR systems by at least one order of magnitude. One example is Tandem-L, a highly innovative SAR satellite mission which is based on two L-band radar satellites using a two-dimensional feed array with digital beamforming in combination with a large deployable reflector. These technological developments will open the door for a global remote sensing system for the continuous observation of dynamic processes over the Earth surface with unprecedented accuracy. Ultimate goal of such a system is to provide geospatial information as an essential contribution to solve global societal challenges related to climate change, sustainable development, land use, mobility, environmental protection and security.
Hydraulic Fracturing and Onshore Oil and Natural Gas Development: Continued Energy Security for the Nation
We will review and demonstrate main principles of the state of the art in 3D reconstruction from photographs. Challenges and opportunities will be discussed and applications in photogrammetry, autonomous robotics and consumer cameras will be presented.
Science has always had to demonstrate and defend its relevance to society. Today, the pressure on scientists to do so is unrelenting. Demands for scientific knowledge that makes a real difference to real peoples’ lives grow as the consequences of global changes become a reality for communities across the world, and societal risk profiles become increasingly complex. With the adoption by world leaders and national governments of a new global framework of Sustainable Development Goals and the commitment to action for a sustainable and equitable future for all, the pressure is peaking. As witnessed in new global research initiatives such as Future Earth, the global scientific community is rallying to respond. Key elements of that response include the use of new approaches to the production and use of knowledge; approaches that add up to what can be called “open knowledge systems”. Such approaches urge scientists not only to integrate their efforts with those of colleagues from other disciplines and fields, but to work iteratively with decision makers, policy shapers, practitioners and other societal stakeholders in open, networked knowledge arenas, involving collaborative learning and problem-solving. Understanding the challenges and opportunities of open knowledge systems, and how these depend on fundamental principles of open access and open data, is central to our understanding of the types of policies for science we now need to put in place at all levels of research systems.
There was time when there were no maps. Information was communicated in simple ways. As humans, we make sense of our experience by providing order and structure. We are form givers – communicators of information. For centuries, geographic data has been recorded and shaped into maps. But a map is static and only a reflection of what was, not what is or what should be. In order to fully comprehend change, we need to completely transform data into information services. The M.App of the future is now, with a new form for envisioning, experiencing and communicating geographic information. Fuse fresh content sources, 360° analytics, targeted workflows, and meaningful visualizations to build an experience that makes sense. Explore the power of a new form for delivering dynamic information through the M.App of the future.
Earth observations through satellites have provided unparalleled information about the Earth System and its components, viz. atmosphere, hydrosphere, cyrosphere, geosphere and biosphere. The assimilation of these observations into global models have provided improved understanding about transfer of mass and energy across, as well as within, these components. This improved knowledge about interaction between earth system processes helped to improve predictions of the weather, climate, hazards, sustainable use of resources, and conservation of environment. Case studies showing utility of satellite observations in developing services for farmers, fishermen, etc. have been discussed. The continuity of missions for providing synoptic and real time information on earth system variables is critical to provide such services.
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