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Geo Hack-n-Hunt

Driving Data to Tactical Decisions and Action

 

26-27 April 2018 

Prize Challenge: Mobile Sensor Data Collection (Submit by 30 June) 

What can you FIND and DO with a disconnected mobile device?

 

On 26-27 April, SOFWERX will host a geospatial Future Directions Collaboration event and Hack-n-Hunt scavenger hunt to advance open geospatial standards, software, and sensor technology for use with portable, disconnected devices.

The “Hunt” will be an opportunity for hands-on experimentation & problem-solving with a variety of geospatial software including open source solutions developed during the Hack-n-Hunt TeamWERX prize challenge period (through 15 April).

 

Schedule:

Thursday, 26 April
8:30 AM – Government and Invited Academia/Industry Checkin
9:00 AM – Welcome
9:15 AM – Agenda Overview / Q&A
9:30 AM – Tech Talk: Trent Tinker, Luciad / Hexagon
9:45 AM –  Discussion / Q & A
10:00 AM – Tech Talk: Nicholas Riccio, SAP
10:15 AM – Discussion / Q & A
10:30 AM – Tech Talk: Myron Brown, John Hopkins APL
10:45 AM – Break & Refreshments
10:45 AM – Breakout  / Ideation Groups
11:45 AM – Lunch (on your own)
1:00 PM –  Tech Talk: Malachi Keddington, ESRI
1:15 PM –  Discussion / Q & A
1:30 PM – Tech Talk: Tom Brown, Bentley Systems
1:45 PM – Discussion / Q & A
2:00 PM – Tech Talk: Douglas Pasley, Haystax
2:15 PM – Afternoon Break and Refreshments
2:30 PM – Breakout / Ideation Groups
2:45 PM – Check In Begins for Hack-n-Hunt
3:00 PM – “Hunt” Kickoff (All attendees)
6:00 PM – No host social (Coppertail Brewery)

Friday, 27 April

9:00 AM – Welcome & “Hunt” Updates (All attendees)
9:15 AM – TeamWERX Prize Challenge Awards
9:30 AM – Tech Talk: Aaron Tirrell, Radiant Solutions
9:45 AM – Discussion / Q & A
10:00 AM – Break & Refreshments
10:15 AM – Tech Talk: Vaughn Whisker, Penn State Applied Research Lab
10:30 AM – Discussion / Q & A
10:45 AM – Breakout / Ideation Groups / Hunt Continues
11:30 PM – Lunch (on your own)
12:45 PM – Breakout / Ideation Group / Hunt Continues
1:15 PM – Tech Talk: Steven Russo, Eclypses
1:30 PM – Tech Talk: Alan Johnson, CCRI
1:45 PM – Discussion / Q & A
2:00 PM – Tech Talk:  Gary Citrenbaum, SoSA
2:15 PM – Break & Refreshments
2:30 PM – Tech Talk: Charles Forsberg, Forsberg Services
2:45 PM – Tech Talk: Sudeep Sarkar, USF
3:00 PM – Hunt Wrap-up & Awards
3:30 PM – Demos & Lessons Learned
5:00 PM – Event Closes

 

Overview

Review the event brief: Click here to review the Hack-n-Hunt brief

 

Industry, NGO, Academia, & General Public Ways to Participate

1. Submit a Prize Challenge Solution: Click Here to Review the Mobile Sensor Data Collection  (Submit by 30 June)

2. Attend the Geo Hack-n-Hunt Event:  Click Here to Register to Attend the Event 

 

Government Ways to Participate

Register to Attend the Geo Hack-n-Hunt Event: Click Here to Register to Attend the Event

 

Questions?

For questions regarding the event, contact [email protected] 

 

Thank you to the Geo Hack-n-Hunt Sponsors:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice for all interested parties to SOFWERX events:  Announcement of SOFWERX events that are considered to have high potential for further efforts that may be accomplished via FAR-based contracting instruments, Other Transaction Authority (OTA) for Prototype Projects 10 USC 2371b, Prizes for advanced technology achievements 10 USC 2374a, and/or Prize Competitions 15 USC 3719, may be made at the www.sofwerx.org and/or www.teamwerx.org website(s).  All announcements made at the www.sofwerx.org and/or www.teamwerx.org website(s) are considered to satisfy the reasonable effort to obtain competition in accordance with 10 USC 2374a (b), 15 USC 3719 (e) and 10 USC 2371b (b)(2).  All FAR-based actions will follow announcement procedures per FAR 5.201(b) accordingly.