My keynote address at the annual seminar organized by the Danish National Mapping Agency, KMS, in Copenhagen in March 2010. This presentation shares some common material with earlier ones with the same title, but add a reasonable amount of new material too, especially towards the end, including a discussion on economics of geodata creation and sharing (which draws some material from my earlier "georant" at the AGI conference in the UK). This is also a little shorter than the Minnesota version at 45 versus 60 minutes.
A very interesting panel discussion from the GITA conference held in Phoenix, AZ, in April 2010, looking at trends in geodata creation and sharing. Featuring Steve Coast, founder of OpenStreetMap and Cloudmade, James Fee, blogger and evangelist at WeoGeo, Ron Lake, Chairman and CEO of Galdos, and Andrew Turner, CTO of FortiusOne, and moderated by Peter Batty of Ubisense.
My keynote address at the Minnesota GIS/LIS conference, on "The Geospatial Revolution". A lot of common content with the talk of the same title I did at the AGI GeoCommunity conference in the UK, with some extra material (50 minutes versus 30 minutes). This was to more of a "traditional GIS" audience. The slides are online at http://bit.ly/19Q6Ma.
A summary of the content is as follows. Once the video has buffered, you can skip to these sections by clicking the numbers. 0:10 Introduction 0:42 Moving to the mainstream 25:39 A real-time, multimedia view of the world 39:16 Crowdsourcing 51:26 Summary
This also uses a different video approach from other presentations I've done. Previously I've generally used the webcam on my laptop to record video - for this one I used my Lumix GH1 video camera to record me speaking, and I edited in the slides afterwards using Screenflow.