The 6th QGIS UK user group meeting in Scotland is happening on the 3rd November 2016. It is being hosted by the EDINA University of Edinburgh at the Informatics Forum and is sponsored by thinkWhere, Ordnance Survey, Angus Council and Cawdor Forestry. Tickets are available through Eventbrite.
The almost final programme of presentations and lightning talks is as follows:
- Phil Taylor (CEH) – How deep is your loch?
- Fiona Hemsley-Flint – QGIS server
- University of Edinburgh – packaging and deploying QGIS
- Anouk Lang – Mapping narrative: QGIS in the humanities classroom
- Art Lembo (Salisbury University, MD) – terrain analysis with massively parallel processing techniques (embarrasingly so)
- Neil Benny (thinkWhere) – finding the heart of Scotland / viewshed analysis
- Tom Chadwin – qgis2web and coding a QGIS plugin
- Pete Wells (Lutra) – WMTS previews and XYZ support
- Stephen Bathgate – decision support system in Forestry
- Tim Manners (Ordnance Survey) – Creating an indoor routable network with QGIS and pgRouting
- Andrew Whitelee – QGIS in forestry/ecology
- Ross McDonald (Angus Council) – Them thar hills: shaded, textured and blended
- Michal Michalski (The Origins of Doha and Qatar Project) – DOHA: Doha Online Historical Atlas
- eeGeo – Using QGIS to create 3D indoor maps
Doors open from 9:00. Registration shortly thereafter. Start and welcome at 9:45 and a planned finish at 16:30. Geobeers to follow.