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, 19th October Summary & Social Events

In town early and have some time to meet-up?

Join us for Happy Hour at FATE Brewing (1600 38th Street Boulder, Colorado 80301) from 5pm - 8pm, jointly held with AWS’s Earth Analytics in the Cloud Day at CU Boulder


, 20th October Summary & Social Events

Registration in the morning at the Byron White Touchdown Club. Get here early to pick up your badge, t-shirt, and to find a seat for the start of the program. Speaking sessions will occur throughout the day. Hear from your fellow OpenStreetMap community members about what they’re working on. Lunch will be provided so you won’t miss a beat.

The University of Colorado’s Jerry Crail Johnson Earth Sciences & Map Library, located just across the street from the stadium will be open from 9am to 5pm as well. Stop by to see a wide-ranging international collection of 220,000 maps and more than 1,000 atlases curated just for us!

After the first day of talks, courtesy of our sponsors the organizers of SotM-US would like to invite you to a reception at the Rooftop Terrace at Folsom Field where snacks, beer, and wine will be served from 6:00pm - 7:30pm.

Machine Learning to Assist in Map Making Drishtie Patel, Facebook Use Machine Learning to Create Building Heights in OSM Chris Helm, Pramukta Kumar and Sean Gorman, DigitalGlobe Humans and Robots Making Maps Together Ian Schuler, Development Seed
Mapping Alaska, Mapping Change Vanessa Raymond State of the Map Africa Geoffrey Kateregga Building the community in South Florida Levente Juhasz
Missing Maps Rachel Levine, American Red Cross OSM and small-scale crisis events Erika Kamptner MapCampaigner: Future of field mapping Tyler Radford, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
Rural Accessibility and OSM Olaf Veerman, Development Seed Stable Linear-Referencing System for OSM David Nesbitt, Mapzen Overview of Vector Tiles Paul Norman
Lightning Talks - Community Tools Viet Nguyen, Minh Nguyen, Bryan Housel, Davey Lovin, Martha Morrissey, Danielle Golon, Jeff Ferrara, Javier Carranza Tresoldi, Beata Tautan-Jancso, Clifford Snow
OSM in the Age of Autonomous Vehicles Alexandra Kazakova (Moderator), Microsoft OSM ❤ Open Data Christina Franken
(Quasi-)Experimental Research in OSM Abhishek Nagaraj A Survey of Mapping Parties Brian DeRocher Skinning the Community Cat Rahul Maddimsetty, Foursquare
Building a team of youth Volunteers Kazeem Owolabi Integrating open into geo-education Vaclav Petras
Bringing OpenStreetMap to Cars in Canada Martijn van Exel, Telenav (Carefully) adding ArcGIS data to iD Sam Libby, Esri Who's on First 👊 OpenStreetMap Aaron Straup Cope, Mapzen


, 21st October Summary & Social Events

Get ready for another great day of talks. For those that missed registration on Friday it is available again on Saturday.

Happy Hour at Sanitas Brewing (3550 Frontier Ave. Unit A - Boulder, Colorado 80301) from 6:30pm - 9:30pm sponsored by Mapbox and Development Seed

Mapping Sidewalks for Pedestrian Routing Madeline Steele, Trimet Data Use:Go Code Colorado App Challenge Margaret Spyker Planimetrics Import:Denver Metro Area Mike Thompson, Ashley Summers, DRCOG
New Contributors and Nepal Earthquake David Parr, MSU Denver How We Know the Map is Ready Jennings Anderson, Ramya Ragupathy, University of Colorado Boulder and Mapbox Enhancing Maps with Mapillary Christopher Beddow, Mapillary
Contextual Maps for Civic Engagement B Cordelia Yu What’s up with ASTER? Danielle Golon USGS Crowdsourcing for Emergency Response Erin Korris and Greg Matthews
Lightning Talks - Community Robin Michael, Marc Farra, Jennings Anderson, Aliya Ryan, Brian DeRocher, Mike Nice
WikiWar: Historical Mapping Adventures Bert de Bruijn Mapping Houston in Space-Time Pierre Izard Bicycle Network Analysis: OSM for cycling Spencer Gardner, PeopleForBikes
OpenAerialMap loves OpenStreetMap Nate Smith, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team OpenDroneMap Dakota Benjamin Detect missing buildings using imagery Rustem Feyzkhanov, Astro Digital
Lightning Talks - Partnerships Jubal Harpster, Tim Smith, Mihai Iepure, Sandra Uddbäck, Minh Nguyen, Beata Tautan-Jancso


, 22nd October Summary & Social Events

Apply what you learned in the previous two days’ of talks during the workshops and coding day! Stick around on Sunday for long-form workshops, collaborative coding, and meetings with OpenStreetMappers from around the world.

In addition to the workshops below, the following workshops will occur throughout the day:

TeachOSM Educator WorkshopTime: 9:00am - 1:00 pm, Ketchum 1B44

Validation JamTime: 9:00am - Noon, Ketchum 1B60

Trail Mapping Party with Traildock! (Outdoors) - Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm, Meet at Ketchum 1B60

Authoritative Trails, Business of MapsTime: 9:00am - Noon, Meet at Ketchum 1B64

Hands on OSC On the road workshop (Outdoors) - Time 1:00pm - 4:00pm, Meet at Ketchum 1B64

Maptime SummitTime: 9:00am - Noon, Ketchum 1B71

Tangible Landscape Anna Petrasova
Mapping navigation with telemetry Srividya C and Oindrila Gupta, Mapbox
GBDX: Enabling Imagery Analysis at Scale Michael Gleason, DigitalGlobe
Assessing imagery quality at scale Damon Burgett, Mapbox
Collecting data in the field Anna Scalamogna and Seth Vincent, Development Seed
OpenMapTiles — A Random Walk with OSM Rob Chohan
HOT Export Tool Mhairi O'Hara, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team