[OSM-Science] Inspire Helsinki 2019 - Call for teams to solve Data Challenges
marco.minghini86 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 19 12:27:08 UTC 2019
The Inspire Helsinki 2019 <https://www.inspire-helsinki-2019.fi/> event
takes place in Helsinki on 22-24 October 2019. The event strives to look at
how latest technologies and spatial data can improve both decision making
and the daily life of everyone. The goal is to bring 150 developers,
project managers, technical people and influencers of the European spatial
data infrastructure to Helsinki to demonstrate the capacity of latest
technologies and to see what can be achieved with European spatial data now
and in the future. The event hosts data challenges and technical workshops.
The event is organized by the National Land Survey of Finland
<https://www.maanmittauslaitos.fi/en>, the Ministry of Agriculture and
Forestry <https://mmm.fi/en/frontpage> and supported by the Joint Research
Centre of the European Commission <https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en>.
Teams that are interested in solving the Data Challenges
<https://challenge.inspire-helsinki-2019.fi/> of the event should sign up
<https://challenge.inspire-helsinki-2019.fi/signup.html> by September 8.
The data challenges will be solved by in September and the best results
will be presented at the event in October. Great prizes
<https://challenge.inspire-helsinki-2019.fi/rules.html> are also available
for the winning teams, such as a free entry to the INSPIRE Conference 2020
<https://inspire.ec.europa.eu/conference2020> in Dubrovnik!
The registration <https://www.inspire-helsinki-2019.fi/register> for the
Inspire Helsinki 2019 event is also open and there are still seats
Please spread the word and forward this information to the appropriate
persons in your universities, companies and networks!
For more information on the programme, please check https://www.inspire-
We are looking forward to meeting you in Helsinki!
Marco - on behalf of the Local Organizing Committee of Inspire Helsinki
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