Agenda

Updated 2014-09-30 

  Videos of the recorded talks are now up on YouTube: http://goo.gl/Zz89aJ
(added 2015-01-20)

Tuesday Oct 21st


7:45am: Shuttle Transfer from Wild Palms Hotel to Google


8-9am: Breakfast / Registration

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


9-9:30am: Welcoming Remarks

Speaker: Rebecca Moore

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


9:30-10am: Introduction to the Geo for Good User Summit

Presenter: Raleigh Seamster

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


This session will introduce participants to the goals and structure of the Geo for Good User Summit. Participants will hear a brief overview of Google mapping technologies and their applications to work in the public benefit sector.


10-10:30am: Coffee Break


10:30-11:45am: Tools for mapping & visualization

Moderator: Karin Tuxen-Bettman

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


In this session, you’ll hear an overview of Google mapping tools for mapping and visualization needs, then hear from a selection of our partners about how they used these tools to map and visualize their data and work. See below for the lineup of partners who will be speaking.


10:30-10:45am

Overview of tools for mapping & visualization by Karin Tuxen-Bettman

10:45-10:55am


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Steve DeRoy, The Firelight Group

Mapping indigenous use and knowledge using direct-to-digital methods

Read more.




10:55-11:05am


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Brian Thom, UVic Anthropology

Igniting intergenerational sharing of place-based knowledge between Indigenous youth and elders

Read more.

See the map prototype.


View slides.


11:05-11:15am


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Stephanie Keller, Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots

Teaching youth to mark their impact on the map

Read more.

See the map.


View slides.


11:15-11:25am


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Devin Dotson, American Rivers

Using mapping to connect and engage about river protection and restoration.

Read more here and here.

Link to Dam Removal Map and Wild & Scenic Map.




11:25-11:35am


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David Mathos, SkyTruth

Skytruthing the Shale Boom – Volunteers from around the world identify drilling and fracking infrastructure in Pennsylvania.

Read more.

See the results.


View slides.


11:35-11:45am


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Jake Wall, Save the Elephants

Tracking elephants for conservation.


Slides available upon request.


11:45-12:45pm: Lunch

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk





My Maps & My Maps Pro Basics

Presenter: Sean Askay

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


Description: In this session, you will learn how to use My Maps (formerly known as Google Maps Engine Lite) to create simple, collaborative maps on your desktop or mobile phone. This session is intended for first time users of My Maps, or users who would like a review of all the basic features and develop their skills.

Prerequisites: None


My Maps & My Maps Pro Advanced

Presenter: Raleigh Seamster

Location: CL3-Maxwell Tech Talk


Description: In this session, we’ll have a brief review on how to use My Maps (formerly known as Google Maps Engine Lite) to create simple collaborative maps on your desktop and mobile phone. Then we’ll cover Google Maps Coordinate, which comes packaged with My Maps Pro, a tool that allows you to manage and communicate with teams in the field in real-time. This session is intended for users with prior experience creating maps with My Maps.

Prerequisites: Participants must have mastered all the skills covered in this My Maps tutorial.


Google Maps Engine Basics

Presenter: John Bailey

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


Description: In this session, you will learn how to use Google Maps Engine. We’ll show you how tol upload and style your GIS data, and publish your maps to Google Earth. This session is intended for first time users of Google Maps Engine, or users who would like a review of all the basic skills.
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Prerequisites: None


Google Maps Engine Advanced

Presenter: Karin Tuxen-Bettman

Location: CL3-Maxwell Tech Talk


Description: This session covers a broad overview of numerous GME topics including: 1) Advanced techniques for displaying your data in GME, 2) Connectors 3) Importing terrain files for 3d visualization in Google Earth (especially useful for Ocean bathymetry). This session is intended for users with prior experience with Google Maps Engine.

Prerequisites: Participants who have (a) have attended previous Geo for Good Summits and are ready to move on, or (b) mastered all the skills covered in these Google Maps Engine tutorials: Uploading Data, Creating Layers & Styling Data, and Creating & Publishing Maps Online. We will not go through uploading, styling, and creating maps in great detail (it is assumed you already know how to do this), and we will allow more time for you to get your own data into your own account, so bring your own data. (If you would like your own Google Maps Engine account and are an eligible nonprofit, apply for a free software grant here. Note that it can take a few weeks to set the account up, so do this ASAP. If you don’t have your own account during the workshop, no worries! We will set you up with a temporary account to work in.)


Publishing Your Maps & Data Basics

Presenter: Brian Sullivan

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


Description: This session will cover data and maps publication. In the first part, you'll learn about different ways to publish your Google Maps Engine maps and data including to mobile devices and the Google Maps Gallery. In the second part, we’ll demo how to use Google Crisis Map viewer to mash-up, publish, and share maps by combining layers from anywhere on the web. Supported layer formats include KML, GeoRSS, WMS, Tile URLs, Google Maps Engine, and Fusion Tables. This session is intended for first time users of Google Maps Engine, or users who would like a review of all the basic skills.

Prerequisites: None


Publishing Your Maps & Data Advanced

Presenter: Christiaan Adams

Location: CL3-Maxwell Tech Talk


Description: The session will review how to publish your maps and data in Google Maps Engine, and we’ll demo how you can use the Gallery Developer API to publish your data.  In the second part, you'll learn how to use a convenient map mash-up editor (Google Crisis Map) to publish and share maps by combining layers from anywhere on the web. Supported layer formats include KML, GeoRSS, WMS, Tile URLs, Google Maps Engine, and Fusion Tables. This session is intended for users with prior experience publishing Google Maps Engine maps to the Maps Gallery.

Prerequisites: Participants should be familiar with how to publish Google Maps Engine maps to the Maps Gallery.


5:45-6:00pm: Break


6:00-6:30pm: Geo for Good Lightning Rounds

Moderator: Raleigh Seamster

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


Participants will have the opportunity to present their mapping work to the rest of the Summit attendees and Googlers in a 2-minute "lightning-round style" format.




6:30-6:45pm:  Mapping & Visualization Q & A

Moderator: Karin Tuxen-Bettman

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


We’ll open up the floor for questions to Google trainers and partner talk presenters about Google’s tools for mapping & visualization.


6:45pm: Welcome BBQ

Location: Outside CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


7:45pm Shuttle transfer from Google to Wild Palms





Wed Oct 22


7:45am: Shuttle transfer from Wild Palms to Google


8-9am: Breakfast / Registration

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


9-10:30am: Tools for monitoring & analysis

Moderator: Dave Thau

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


In this session, you’ll hear an overview of Google mapping tools for monitoring and analysis needs, then hear from a selection of partners about how they used these tools in their work. See below for the lineup of partners who will be speaking.


9:00-9:10am

Overview of Earth Engine by David Thau

9:10-9:20am

Overview of mobile data collection tools by Tanya Birch

9:20-9:30am


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Carlos Souza, Imazon

Crowdsourcing Forest Monitoring with SAD+ Earth Engine

See the project here and here.

Read more here and here.


View slides.


9:30-9:40am


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Nancy Harris & Hayley Solak, World Resources Institute

Find out what's happening in forests right now on Global Forest Watch.

Link to map.



9:40-9:50am


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Lilian Pintea, the Jane Goodall Institute

Global Forest Watch mobile app: Groundtruthing deforestation alerts in Uganda using ODK and Maps Engine

Read more.


9:50-10:00am


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Giulio Marchi & Adia Bey, Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN

Collect Earth: innovative land assessment through freely available tools and satellite data and web resources

Read more.

Link to project.


View slides.


10:00-10:10am


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Nirav Patel, The WorldPop Project

Providing open-access to high resolution, contemporary data on human population distributions.

Read more.

See the map.


View slides.


10:10-10:20am


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Charles Marc Wanume, Grameen Foundation AppLab

ODK4M&E - ODK for Monitoring and Evaluation: How Grameen Foundation customized ODK to help them monitor and measure impact

Read more here and here.


10:20-10:30am



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Cassandra Brunette, Environmental Defense Fund

Partnering with Google Earth Outreach to map methane leaks under city streets using sensors mounted on Street View cars.

Read more.

Link to maps.


View slides.


10:30-10:45am: Break





Google Earth Engine 101: Intro to Remote Sensing and the Earth Engine GUI Workspace

Presenter: Karin Tuxen-Bettman & Christiaan Adams

Description: Earth Engine is Google's geo data analysis platform. This session introduces the concept of remote sensing, the Earth Engine platform and the tools available for browsing Earth Engine's data catalog and performing analyses on the data. This session is intended for first-time users of Earth Engine, or users who would like a review of all the basic skills.

Prerequisites: None


Google Earth Engine 201: Intro to the Earth Engine API & Javascript

Presenter: Tyler Erickson & Dave Thau

Description: The Earth Engine API (application programming interface) provides the ability to create your own algorithms to process raster and vector imagery. This session is intended for users with prior experience with Google Earth Engine.

Prerequisites: Participants must have taken Google Earth Engine 101 (or took the Earth Engine Basics at a past Geo for Good User Summit).


Google Earth Engine 301: Advanced Earth Engine API

Presenter: Tyler Erickson

Description: This session will cover advanced analysis topics such as reducing data, joining datasets, and using the array datatype. This session is intended for users with prior experience with Google Earth Engine.

Prerequisites: Google Earth Engine 201 or extensive prior experience using the Earth Engine Javascript API


Google Earth Engine 302: Integration with other tools

Presenter: Dave Thau

Description: Learn how to integrate Earth Engine with Fusion Tables, Google Maps Engine, and QGIS

Prerequisites: Google Earth Engine 101. Prior experience using the Earth Engine Javascript API is helpful as well.


Mobile Data Collection 101: Open Data Kit and Google Maps Engine

Presenter: Brian Sullivan

Description: Open Data Kit is a set of tools that allows you to collect field data, such as text, photos/videos, and GPS location from an Android device where there's no internet connection and then publish that data to the web when you're back online. Once you've gathered your field data, we will upload the data to Google Maps Engine for mapping and visualization. We will also be covering some Android and mobile tips and tricks to help you select phones, manage them, and some useful geo apps and general purpose utilities.

Prerequisites: None


Mobile Data Collection 201: Open Data Kit, Aggregrate and formhub

Presenter: Tanya Birch

Description: Open Data Kit is a set of tools that allows you to collect field data, such as text, photos/videos, and GPS location from an Android device where there's no internet connection and then publish that data to the web when you're back online. Once you've gathered your field data, we will examine 2 online servers for you ODK Aggregrate and formhub. Then you'll learn how to export your data into Google Fusion Tables for graphing, mapping and visualization.

Prerequisites: None, though we won’t spend much time on actual field data collection, so take the 101 course for that.


Mobile Data Collection 102: Building Forms

Presenter: Tanya Birch

Description: Creating forms for Open Data Kit Collect can be done using either ODK Build or XLSforms. We’ll learn how to use each tool to create forms with questions to capture text, photos, GPS location, single-select, multiple-select, and more advanced options in this session. This course will cover the basics of both tools.

Prerequisites: Mobile Data Collection 101 recommended, or familiarity with ODK Collect.


Google Earth Basics

Presenter: John Bailey

Description: This session is intended crash-course on using Google Earth. We’ll start with guidance and tricks on navigation, searching and how best to use the interface. Then we’ll dive into how to create all the basic feature types: point, lines polygons, and image overlays. We'll also practice generated 3D fly throughs to create animated tours. We’ll finish up with how to save and share your newly created maps as KML/KMZ files. This session is designed for users who are new to Google Earth or want a review of the fundamentals.

Prerequisites: None


Google Earth for Advanced Users

Presenter: Sean Askay

Description: Learn about the advanced features of Google Earth (and Earth Pro), such as importing GIS datasets, visualizing GPS data, calculating viewsheds, creating and generating movies of tours and more. The session will also briefly cover KML coding for advanced visualization and content creation, depending on the skills levels and interest of the attendees.

Prerequisites: Experience creating content with Google Earth; GIS or basic KML coding experience a plus, but not required.


Google Maps API for Developers

Presenter: Josh Livni

Description: A little bit of customization can go a long way with the Google Maps API's. This session will introduce you to some of the visualizations that are possible with the Google Maps API, and how to interact with data and maps that are available in Google Maps Engine.

Prerequisites: Javascript experience required.


My First Maps API

Presenter: Karin Tuxen-Bettman

Description: Take "baby steps" into the Maps API world. In this session, you'll created a "Hello World" Maps API webpage, and learn how to change the options (background map time, initial location, etc.). While this is taught for non-programmers by a non-programmer, we will work with snippets of code copied-and-pasted from the developers.google.com website.

Prerequisites: Comfort opening an HTML page, but no prior JavaScript coding necessary.


5:30-5:45pm: Break


5:45-6:15pm: Geo for Good Lightning Rounds

Moderator: Raleigh Seamster

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


Participants will have the opportunity to present their mapping work to the rest of the Summit attendees and Googlers in a 2-minute "lightning-round style" format.


Toggle the below list to the Wednesday tab in order to see the Wednesday speakers.


6:15-6:30: Break


6:30-6:45pm:  Monitoring & Analysis Q & A

Moderator: Dave Thau

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


We’ll open up the floor for questions to Google trainers and partner talk presenters about Google’s tools for mapping & visualization.


6:45pm:  Dinner

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


7:45pm Shuttle transfer from Google to Wild Palms




Thurs Oct 23


7:45am Shuttle transfer from Wild Palms to Google


8-9am: Breakfast / Registration

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


9-9:30am Keynote: So now Google owns satellites?

Speaker: Julian Mann

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


With the acquisition of Skybox, Google now owns its own high-resolution imaging satellites. Collecting sub-meter imagery and video, SkySats 1 and 2 have been used in support of crisis response and non-profit activities since their launch. Skybox co-founder Julian Mann will discuss the past, present, and future of the use of Skybox imagery for public benefit.


9:30-10:20am: Tools for updating & adding to base maps

Moderator: Christiaan Adams

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


Google may have some of the best map data and imagery in the industry, but it’s far from complete, and always a challenge to keep up to date, especially in the more remote and interesting corners of our planet.  In this session, you will get an overview of the tools and processes available for updating and adding to the base maps, including map data (roads, places, etc.), satellite & aerial imagery, and ground-based imagery (Street View).  We will then hear from a selection of partners about how they have contributed to updating base maps while positively impacting their projects. See below for the lineup of partners who will be speaking.


9:30-9:40am

Overview of tools for updating & adding to base maps by Christiaan Adams

9:40-9:50am


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Ankur Sharma & Swapnil Acharya, StoryCycle

Story-telling and community mapping effort

Link to project.

Watch the video.


View slides.


9:50-10:00am


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Matthew Gibson, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities

Preserving & accessing endangered spaces with Street View

Read more.

Link to map.


View slides.


10:00-10:10am


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Michael Norelli, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy

Street View in the Golden Gate National Parks.

Link to map.

Read more.


View slides.


10:10-10:20am


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Serge Wich & Lian Pin Koh, Conservation Drones

Using Google Maps Engine to show high-resolution drone-based photo mosaics.

Read more.

Link to map.


View slides.



10:20-10:30am: Break




Street View, Photospheres & Views

Presenter: Karin Tuxen-Bettman

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


In this session, you'll learn about photos, photos, photos in Google Maps. You’ll learn about Street View, and how to be considered for the Trekker (backpack for outside locations) or Tripod (for indoor locations) Loan Program, so that you can collect your own Street View. You’ll also learn about how to create your own 360-degree Photo Spheres with your mobile phone, and then link them together to put your own Street View experience on Google Maps. Finally, you’ll learn the options for uploading and showing photographs on Google Maps, and how to build up your Google Views profile, so that the world can immerse themselves in the amazing places in which you work.

Prerequisites: None, but if you have an Android 4.2 or iPhone, install the Google Camera (Google Play Store, Apple AppStore). Also, bring any photographs you’ve taken of the places in which you work.


Satellite & aerial imagery updates

Presenter: Christiaan Adams

Location: CL3-Maxwell Tech Talk


High resolution imagery makes a big difference in the usefulness of digital maps, but in many parts of the world, the best available is still low resolution, or several years out of date. In this session, you'll learn about options for requesting improved satellite imagery in Google Earth & Maps, for the areas in which you work. We will show you how to search the catalogs of the commercial imagery providers, how to select appropriate images, and how to submit requests to us for updates.

Prerequisites: None


Google Map Maker

Presenter: Lori Savageau

Location: CL2-Cayman Islands


Have you ever noticed a place in Google Maps where the roads are incorrect or missing altogether? Do you want to make sure the places you know and love are fully and correctly represented on Google Maps and Google Earth? If so, you'll want to learn to use Google Map Maker to help edit the maps seen by millions of users around the world. In this session, you will learn the basics of Google Map Maker, from adding roads, trails, and points of interest such as businesses in your town, to updating the details for existing places and features in your community. You will learn how the moderation system works to review and approve edits, and how to see what your peers are editing in specific places around the globe.

Prerequisites: None



Collecting your own aerial imagery

Presenter: Christiaan Adams

Location: CL3-Maxwell Tech Talk


New tools have been emerging recently, which make it relatively cheap and easy to collect your own aerial imagery. We will give an overview of some of the technologies, from balloon and kite mapping, to flying UAVs and drones. You will learn which technologies to consider for your applications and conditions, as well as some tools for dealing with the data produced. Our colleagues from ConservationDrones.org will share their experiences flying UAVs in remote locations.  Come with your ideas and questions.  

Prerequisites: None



2:30-2:45pm: Break


2:45-3pm: Base Maps Q & A with trainers

Moderator: Christiaan Adams

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


We’ll open up the floor for questions to Google trainers and partner talk presenters about Google’s tools for mapping & visualization.


3-3:30pm  Shuttle transfer to PL2-Antimatter Tech Talk & coffee break


3:30-4pm: Geo for Good Lightning Rounds

Moderator: Raleigh Seamster

Location: PL2-Antimatter Tech Talk


Participants will have the opportunity to present their mapping work to the rest of the Summit attendees and Googlers in a 2-minute "lightning-round style" format.


Toggle the below list to the Thursday tab in order to see the Thursday speakers.



4-5:30pm: Focus Group Sessions

Location: PL2-Antimatter Tech Talk

During this time, we’ll divide into focus groups to discuss the application of mapping technologies to thematic areas. Focus groups can be pre-suggested and facilitated by Googlers, or can be spontaneously organized and facilitated by participants. The following focus groups will be facilitated by Googlers:

  • Forest - Dave Thau

  • Conservation - Tanya Birch

  • Indigenous and Participatory Mapping - Raleigh Seamster & Sean Askay

  • Marine - Brian Sullivan & Jenifer Austin

  • Crisis and Humanitarian - Christiaan Adams

  • Public Health - Allie Lieber

  • Climate - Tyler Erickson & Karin Tuxen-Bettman


Discussion Questions for focus groups:
  • Which mapping technologies (Google or non-Google) are being used for:

    • Collecting data

    • Analyzing data

    • Publishing data

  • What is working really well about mapping technologies in use?

  • What are the major pain points of mapping technologies in use?

  • What’s the biggest thing that Google could do to make a difference in this space?


5:30-6:30pm: Campus Tour & Group Photo


6:30-7:30pm: Dinner

Location: Long Life Cafe


7:45pm: Shuttle transfer from Google to Wild Palms





Fri Oct 24


7:45am: Shuttle transfer from Wild Palms to Google


8-9am: Breakfast / Registration

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


9-9:30am: Immersive Storytelling on the Google Cultural Institute

Speaker: Lauren Nemroff

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk

Discover how diverse cultural institutions are using Google tools and technologies to tell their stories to a truly global audience.

With the aid of Google Street View 360 degree panoramas, Maps, and ultra high-resolution images, learn how curators are transforming content into compelling, immersive experiences.   


9:30-10:15am: Tools for storytelling

Moderator: Sean Askay

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


In this session, you’ll hear an overview of how you can use Google mapping tools for storytelling. You will also hear from a selection of partners about how they used these tools and others to tell interactive stories about their data and work. See below for the lineup of partners who will be speaking.


9:30-9:40am

Overview of tools for storytelling by Sean Askay

9:40-9:50am



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Cynthia Annett, Kanza Language & Landscape Project

Bringing the words and stories of the historic Kanza Tribe together with their contemporary lives & the landscape that figured importantly in the lives of the ancestral Kanza.

Read more here and here.

Link to tour.


9:50-10:00am


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Alta de Vos, The MAPA Project

Telling stories of African protected areas with Google Maps Engine, Fusion Tables and Photo Spheres.

Read more.

Link to map.


View slides.


10:00-10:10am


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Jeremy Proville, Environmental Defense Fund

Capturing large-scale perspectives of the environment through Timelapse.

See the maps.


10:10-10:20am


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Yumiko Uryu, WWF Indonesia & Eyes on the Forest

Eyes on the Forest Google Maps - transparency on deforestation drivers

Read more.

Link to map.



10:20-10:30am: Break




Tour Builder & Timelapse Basics

Presenter: Tanya Birch & Allie Lieber

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


Bring your story to life in an interactive online experience that you can create without any programming skills required. Learn how to tell your story in a geospatial context in Google Tour Builder and highlight environmental change over time with the Time Machine to create your own Timelapse.

Prerequisites: none


Tour Builder & Timelapse Advanced

Presenter: Sean Askay

Location: CL2-Cayman Islands


Already played with Tour Builder, or ready to tell stories about your KML & GIS datasets? This session will dive into some of Tour Builder’s more advanced features and use-cases. In addition to a quick summary of basic functionality, you will learn how to import and tell stories about your datasets, links tours together, use StreetView, pick the perfect 3D view and more.

Prerequisites: Some experience with Tour Builder and/or access to KML datasets preferred, but not required. We will also demonstrate the use of the tour creator for Earth Engine’s Timelapse.


Evolution of a Geospatial Visualization

Presenter: Paul Saxman

Location: CL3-Maxwell Tech Talk


Ever wonder how much raw, geospatial data you can display on a map, but retain the ability to adjust the visualization in real-time (i.e. without having to generate map tiles)? In this talk, Paul will show how to display millions of data points simultaneously on a map, using WebGL and the Google Maps API, to create interactive, geospatial data visualizations to aid in pattern discovery.


Earth Engine, Python & Webapps: AppEngine, IPython, & Python

Presenter: Dave Thau and Tyler Erickson

Location: CL5-Dia


Description: This session will cover developing algorithms using the Earth Engine Python API. We will cover using IPython Notebooks for algorithm development and deploying a simple Earth Engine website to Google App Engine.

Prerequisites: Google Earth Engine 201 or extensive prior experience using the Earth Engine Javascript API


12-12:15pm Break


12:15-12:30pm: Storytelling Q & A

Moderator: Sean Askay

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


We’ll open up the floor for questions to Google trainers and partner talk presenters about Google’s tools for storytelling.


12:30-1pm: Closing Remarks

Presenter: Raleigh Seamster

Location: CL2-Crane Beach Tech Talk


1pm: Grab n Go Lunches are available


1-3pm Geo for Good Office Hours

Googlers who work on Google mapping tools will be available for 1:1 questions and support. Office hours available will likely include the following areas of expertise:

  • Google Maps Engine & Maps Gallery - CL2-Datai Beach

  • My Maps, My Maps Pro and Google Maps Coordinate - CL2-Bahamas

  • Google Earth Engine - CL2-Cayman Islands

  • Mobile Data Collection - CL3-Maxwell Tech Talk

  • Google Earth, KML and Tour Builder - CL2-Dos Playas

  • Satellite & Aerial Imagery - CL2-Cabo San Lucas

  • Google Map Maker - CL3-Maxwell

  • Ocean - CL5-Dia

  • Google Maps API - CL2-Caneel Bay

  • Street View - CL2-1-Cabarete Beach


3pm: Shuttle transfer from Google to San Francisco Intl Airport & Wild Palms. Goodbye!