Conference Agenda

Session Overview
Session
14-06: Mobile Field Data Collection
Time:
Friday, 24/Mar/2017:
11:00am - 12:30pm

Location: MC 8-100

For more information or signing up, please contact laneb@pixia.com


Presentations
ID: 922 / 14-06: 1
MasterClass - learning day events

Mobile and Disconnected Field Data Collection

Bryan Lane, Scott Pakula

PIXIA Corp, United States of America

The Mobile and Disconnected Field Data Collection Master Class will demonstrate the use of OGC services and standards to deliver rich data collected in the field to the enterprise. The demonstration will take into account that collectors in the field will require the ability to collect geospatial data on a mobile device in disconnected or network disadvantaged environments, deliver that data back to an established enterprise, and conduct analysis on the collected data. The Master Class will cover:

• Using OGC services to enable map and imagery data

• Converting map and imagery data from the enterprise server to mobile data suited for phones and tablets

• Collecting quantitative and qualitative data in the field with mobile applications

• Updating the enterprise with field data for analysis

There will be time allocated for questions on use cases and operating the software and mobile applications at the end.

Biography
Bryan is a defense and security professional with expertise in data analysis and technology acquisition. He is the Product Owner for PIXIA and focuses on steering product technology roadmaps to meet business challenges. Prior to PIXIA, he advised senior defense executives on terrestrial, manned, and unmanned intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) platforms through data-driven technology assessments as an analytic consultant with IBM. He also assisted the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) in managing a $1 billion technology portfolio. Bryan served as an Arabic linguist in the US Marine Corps and has observed battlefield technology performance in Iraq and Afghanistan, giving him a unique perspective as a producer and consumer of geospatial data. Bryan studied Arabic language at Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California; Bryan studied Economics at George Mason University and previously volunteered as the Director of Membership Analysis for the global organization, Young Professionals in Foreign Policy.
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