Program

State of the Map Asia 2018 features two full days of talks, workshops, an opening and closing keynote. We have an exciting two days! The program is created by curating proposals from you - the community and through a scoring process by the committee.

The conference will be at the Indian Institude of Management campus in Bengaluru. Much of the program will be between two auditoriums. We also have plenty of space set aside for breakout sessions and birds of a feather meetups.

Register now!

Saturday, November 17

9:00 am

Welcome, Coffee and Registrations

Audi 1

10:00 am

Keynote - Dr. Anita Patil-Deshmukh, CEO, PUKAR

Audi 1

11:00 am

State of the Map Country Presentation Panel

Audi 1

12:00 pm

Group Photo

Audi 1

12:15 pm

Lunch

1:15 pm

Lightning Talks x 5

Audi 1

2:00 pm

Adoption of OSM Data by Local Government: Pokhara Lekhnath Metropolitan, Nepal - Gaurav Thapa

Audi 1

OSM for Disaster Management: City Wide Mapping Project - Harry Mahardhika Machmud

Audi 2

2:20 pm

The tangled story of Pokemon Go and OSM - Denis Raylin Chen

Audi 1

Best practices to follow by mapping teams in OpenStreetMap - Jothirnadh Sai Guthula

Audi 2

2:40 pm

Maintaining Sustainability a Mapping Project – PDC InAWARE Project in Indonesia - Dewi Sulistioningrum

Audi 1

Mapping efforts in an unsurveyed land - Koorachundu Village Panchayat experience. - Jaisen Nedumpala

Audi 2

3:00 pm

Using Community User Experience Research to Improve Open Source Tools: A Case Study of OSMCha - Jinal Foflia

Audi 1

Does your city talk about your health? - Jasmine George

Audi 2

3:20 pm

Robosat - Bhargav Kowshik

Audi 1

Mapping River Use in Urban Areas: Relational Geography of Yamuna in Delhi among its User Communities - Mahima

Audi 2

3:40 pm

How do we empower consumers and business best in class experience - Ankeet Bhat

Audi 1

Wikimedia Maps - Naveen Francis

Audi 2

4:00 pm

Tea break

4:30 pm

Birds of the Feather Sessions

Audi 1

Afghanistan to Vietnam: A visual exploration of the mapping challenges in Asia. - Edoardo Neerhut

Audi 2

6:00 pm

Social

Sunday, November 18

9:00 am

Welcome and Coffee

Audi 1

10:00 am

Panel - Business of Geospatial Data in Asia

Audi 1

11:00 am

Using OSM data for biodiversity conservation - Shashank Srinivasan

Audi 1

Building a FOSS GIS platform for Auroville - Philippe

Audi 2

11:20 am

Maps, other aids, and challenges - Walking across India - Siddharth Agarwal

Audi 1

Leading by action: In making a strong and vibrant OSM community in Nepal - Pradip Khatiwada

Audi 2

11:40 am

Visualizing flood propagation with OSM and DEM - Pratap Vardhan

Audi 1

Public data and open-source mapping tools for urban policy - Kshitij Batra

Audi 2

12:00 pm

Lunch

1:15 pm

Lightning talk x 5

Audi 1

Workshop: A crash course on web-based data mining and quick-and-dirty maps, with OpenStreetMap - Erwin Olario

Audi 2

Activity - Mapping Editor “Shootout” - maning

Third room

2:00 pm

Water to Cloud- Mapping & Monitoring of River Water Quality using Mobile Sensing - Ritambhara Chauhan

Audi 1

2:20 pm

OpenStreetMap and Development - Sajjad Anwar

Audi 1

2:40 pm

Workshop: Turn an image into a map: Designing custom interactive maps using Cartogram, Mapbox Studio and Mapbox GL - Poornima Badrinath

Audi 2

3:00 pm

Growing communities in remote areas - Drashti

Audi 1

3:20 pm

BHOOTs@Pathao: OSM in Bangladesh while Community blends in with Corporate - Tasauf A Baki Billah

Audi 1

3:40 pm

“Who moved my 4G?” Or, Mapping Asia’s mobile internet - Siddharth Mathur

Audi 1

4:00 pm

Tea break

Audi 1

4:30 pm

Closing Keynote - Siddharth Hande, CEO, Kabbadiwala Connect

Audi 1