Imagery and Mapping Summit

December 12, 2017

The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi

Imagery & Mapping Summit

Pervasiveness of GIS and increased advancement of remote sensing technology for earth observation, atmospheric and planetary observation, innovations in sensors, use of drones, UAVs for remote sensing, accessibility of high-resolution multispectral, hyperspectral, SAR, LiDAR and Microwave data compelled GIS professionals, scientists, and image analysts to extract meaningful information using more sophisticated products in a greater & quicker way maintaining higher accuracy.

Customers, today, are demanding more content, want to integrate data from multiple sources, integrate spatial data with non-spatial and expect data currency, on-demand accessibility, and application-ready formats for successful analysis using artificial intelligence and deep learning for big data.

Similarly, a huge demand is surging for an optimized, automated and multiscale mapping to improve the quality and value of geospatial output by automating processes through standardization, repeatability, and configuration of the production processes. This presents significant challenges for agencies (such as national mapping agencies and remote sensing centres) with a mandate to manage the data and make it accessible.

At Esri India’s Imagery & Mapping Summit, you will get a close look at innovations driving remote sensing analysis and mapping technologies, their impact, and how agencies need to adapt to the new paradigm. This will also, gather new ideas for your organization on improving workflows, collaboration, and decision-making.

Why Attend

Manage
Manage and integrate Lidar, Imagery, and 3D data
Learn Drone
Learn drone data collection and processing best practices
Manage
Manage your multidimensional information efficiently
Efficiency
Increase efficiency with the ArcGIS platform
Visualize
Visualize large surface and point cloud data sets
3d Products
Quickly share your data products using web services
True Data
Work with true data fusion from various data collections

Who should attend ?

  • National mapping organizations responsible for mapping, imagery, statistics, surveying, cadastre, and land administration
  • Regional and State Remote Sensing Centres
  • Atmospheric Scientists and Analysts
  • Planetary data scientists and analysts
  • Astronomy
  • Agriculture
  • Forestry
  • Defence and Intelligence organizations
  • Mining & Geology
  • Climate Change / Environment Management
  • Oil & Gas Exploration
  • Urban Planning
  • Engineering & Construction
  • Education Institutes
  • Disaster Management

Proposed Agenda

Time

Session Topics

09:30 AM – 10:00 AM

Introduction and Welcome Address by Vijay Kumar, Esri India

10:00 AM – 10:20 AM

Unravel the Power of Simple and Quick Way from Spectrum to Spatial Information by Krishna Rao & Partha Ghosh, Esri India

10:20 AM - 10: 40 AM

Machine learning for Enterprise GEOINT Analytics by Cherie Muleh, HARRIS

10:40 AM – 11:00 AM

Keynote Address by Dr. A. Senthil Kumar, Director, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing

11:00 AM – 11:30 AM

TEA BREAK

11:30 AM – 12:00 PM

SAR for building real life services : On demand to always - Dr. Giulia Tessari, Earth Observation Specialist, sarmap SA

12:00 PM – 12:30 PM

Trends in Imagery Analytics – Esri India

  • Imagery Bigdata and Raster Analytics
  • Artificial Intelligence & Deep Learning for Remote Sensing Data Analytics
  • Application Areas - Precision Agriculture; Surveillance

12:30 PM – 12:50 PM

Presentation by Aeroptic by Simon Warwick, Director, Aeroptic

12:50 PM – 01:10 PM

Remote Sensing Perspective for Atmospheric & Planetary Sciences from desktop to web by Dr. Sandeep Goyal, Senior Principal Scientist & Head, MAPIT

01:10 PM - 02:00 PM

LUNCH BREAK

02:00 PM – 02:20 PM

'Dedicated GeoPortal on Soils- BHOOMI: For Good Governance and Planning' by Dr S.K. Singh and Dr G.P. Obi Reddy, NBSS & LUP

02:20 PM – 02:40 PM

Transform 2D GIS Data into Smart 3D GIS for next generation Geodesign by Sarat Chandra Bokka, Esri India

02:40 PM - 03:00 PM

Mapping the Multi-Dimensional World by Vaibhav Raj, Esri India

03:00 PM – 03:30 PM

Q&A and closing

03:30 PM Onwards

TEA BREAK

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Key Speakers

Dr. A. Senthil Kumar

Dr. A. Senthil Kumar

Director

IIRS

Dr. S.K. Singh

Dr. S.K. Singh

Director

ICAR - National Bureau Of Soil Survey & Land Use Planning

Sandeep-Goyal

Dr. Sandeep Goyal

Senior Principal Scientist

MPCST Bhopal

Krishna-Rao

Krishna Rao

Technical Architect

Esri India

Cherie-Muleh

Cherie Muleh

Harris Corporation

Dr. Giulia Tessari

Dr. Giulia Tessari

Earth Observation Specialist

sarmap SA

simon-warwick

Simon Warwick

Director of Business Development

Aeroptic LLC