The ELISE Geo Knowledge Base Service aims to raise awareness of location interoperability by engaging its community in sharing experiences and knowledge. As part of our knowledge transfer activities, a series of webinars took place between April 2020 and April 2021.
The purpose of the webinars was to analyse new topics and trends concerning the location domain and provide information on state-of-the-art solutions and technologies that support innovation and digital transformation.
The report "Location interoperability, innovation and digital transformation. Lessons learned from ELISE Action webinar series" is a summary of this series of 10 webinars. For each webinar you will find an overview providing context, purpose, development, reporting and conclusions.
The webinars were grouped according to three general categories: data exchange (2 webinars), technology (6 webinars) and public services (2 webinars). In total, 490 stakeholders participated in the role of participants or guest speakers.
The report concludes that the webinars were a succesful format and should be continued. It introduced a wide range of topics to stakeholders and supported the objective of the ELISE Action in building an informed community.
The following table provides a glance of the webinars described in the report. For more information about them and access to slides and videos please click on each link
|Location Intelligence and Partnerships to support the SDGs||Providing insights into the state of play on the role of geospatial and location intelligence in achieving the SDGs and examined how ecosystems and partnerships can fill the data gap.|
|Digital Twins – are they ready to embrace the benefits of Location Information?||Exploring the importance of "geospatial" and "interoperability" in creating and managing digital twins.|
|Geospatial Data and Artificial Intelligence – a deep dive into GeoAI||Exploring key advancements within Artificial Intelligence technologies and demonstrating their current application and relevance in various public policy areas.|
|Location Intelligence for cities and regions: preparing the ground for smart places of the future||Presenting the state of the art and future perspectives on the use of location data and technologies by local and regional governments|
|Monitoring and understanding emerging geospatial technologies||Presenting the importance of systematic monitoring and understanding of emerging geospatial technologies.|
|Location-enabled public services||Presenting the growing momentum of location-enabled public services by exploring opportunities and challenges for public services.|
|Geodata marketplaces supporting location intelligence||Exploring the concept of geodata marketplaces and provided insights to the current state of play of such marketplaces and some concrete examples of state of the art solutions.|
|Blockchain and the proof of location supporting digital government||Investigating the role of blockchain and “proof of location” in supporting digital government and location-enabled public services. The webinar mainly looked at the use of blockchain to support proof of location and the use of location data for other blockchain-enabled applications and services.|
|Geospatially enabled modelling, simulation and prediction||Presenting past and new developments in modelling, simulation and prediction in the geospatial field.|
|Immersive realities and location for better public services||Exploring the role of virtual, augmented, mixed and extended realities in supporting and enhancing location-enabled public services.|
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