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Program

Wednesday, December 5th

08:00-08:40 Registration

08:40-08:50 Opening Session

Cláudio Campelo (UFCG)
Lúbia Vinhas (INPE)

08:50-10:05 Technical Session 1

Chair: [TBD]
  1. A collaborative application for incidence data recording and geographic distribution of myiasis
    Stefano Walker Pereira Pontes, Tiago Bonini Borchartt, Livio Martins Costa Júnior
  2. VGI Protocol and Web Service for Historical Data Management
    Rodrigo M. Mariano, Karine R. Ferreira , Luis A. C. Ferla
  3. Creating Municipal Databases from OpenStreetMap: The Conceptual Database Schema
    Vinícius Garcia Sperandio, Vitor Eduardo Concesso Dias, Sérgio Murilo Stempliuc, Jugurta Lisboa-Filho

10:05-10:35 Coffee break

10:35-12:05 Keynote Address

Chair: [TBD]
Effortless huge imagery processing in the Cloud - The case of the Image Processing Service (IPS)

André Lage Freitas
LaCCAN - Laboratório de Computação Científica e Análise Numérica - Universidade Federal de Alagoas (UFAL) - Brazil

Cloud computing technologies provide on-demand services for computing and storing a huge amount of data. Nevertheless, using these services implies handling low-level operational details such as creating, starting, stopping virtual instances in addition to dealing with data storage issues. In this talk, I'll present some current challenges and the Image Processing Service (IPS) which enables the processing of huge data sets by using cloud computing through an easy user interface. We validated the preliminary version of IPS by processing gigabytes of fully Polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar (PolSAR) data sets in the Microsoft Azure Cloud. The evaluation uses actual PolSAR data collected from the NASA Unmanned Aerial Vehicle SAR (UAVSAR) Project. The methodology employed is fully reproducible and relies on Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS).

12:05-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-14:25 Demo Pich 1

Lightning (3 minutes) call for visitation to the poster session
Chair: [TBD]
  1. Irrigação como serviço: solução para uso sustentável de água
    José Clodoalves da Silva Júnior, Glauco Estácio Gonçalves
  2. Water Bodies from RapidEye Images
    Laércio M. Namikawa, Emiliano F. Castejon, Thales S. Körting
  3. Tô de Olho: um Sistema de Informação Geográfico com Participação Popular para Mapeamento de Desordem Urbana
    Maristela Holanda, Paulo Passos, Alon Mota, Bruno Cordeiro, Pedro Egler
  4. Open source framework and toolset for intrinsic OSM history analytics and quality evaluation using big data technologies
    Alexander Zipf, Rafael Troilo, Martin Raifer, Michael Auer, Fabian Kowatsch, Lukas Loos, Franz-Benjamin Mocnik, Sascha Fendrich
  5. A High-Throughput Shared Service to Estimate Evapotranspiration Using Landsat Imagery
    John Cunha, Thiago Emmanuel Pereira, Esdras Pereira, Iana Alexandra, Carlos Galvão, Francisco Brasileiro
  6. A Demonstration of Terrabrasilis: Using Micro-services to create a Spatial Data Infrastructure for thematic mapping projects in Brazil
    Lúbia Vinhas, Karine Reis Ferreira, Luiz Fernando F. G. de Assis, Jether Nascimento Rodrigues, André Carvalho, Fabio Pinheiro, Claudinei de Carvalho, Adeline Marinho Maciel
  7. edpMGBs: um editor para o Perfil de Metadados Geoespaciais do Brasil da versão sumarizada
    Moises H. Pereira, Vitor E. C. Dias, Layane B. Loti, Jugurta Lisboa-Filho

14:25-16:05 Technical Session 2

Chair: [TBD]
  1. Does keyword noise change over space and time? A case study of social media messages
    Sidgley C. de Andrade, Lívia Castro Degrossi, Camilo Restrepo-Estrada, Alexandre C. B. Delbem, João Porto de Albuquerque
  2. Ferramenta para recuperação de informação utilizando indexação espacial e textual
    Mairon Q. Castro, Clodoveu A. Davis Jr.
  3. Simbology for Small Scale Reference Mapping: Automation and Sharing of Symbols
    Flávia Silveira, Gabriele Silveira Camara and Silvana Philippi Camboim
  4. An Efficient Flash-aware Spatial Index for Points
    Anderson Chaves Carniel, George Roumelis, Ricardo Rodrigues Ciferri, Michael Vassilakopoulos, Antonio Corral, Cristina Dutra de Aguiar Ciferri

16:05-16:50 Long Coffee break | Posters & Demos interactive session

16:50-18:50 Short course

Remote Sensing Images Processing for Disasters Response - Use of CBERS-4 and Sentinel images and INPE's and ESA's Tools

Laércio Namikawa (INPE)
Image Processing Division, DPI - National Institute for Space Research, INPE, Brazil

The course will present digital image processing techniques for identifying damages and producing maps in support of disaster response, as well as, the use of Sentinel data and ESA tools for Disaster mapping. TerraView and SPRING, INPE ́s free and open source tools, and ESA's SNAP (Sentinel Application Platform) toolbox will be used during hands-on activities.

19:30-22:30 Social Event

Thursday, December 6th

08:30-09:45 Technical Session 3

Chair: [TBD]
  1. A User-centric View of Distributed Spatial Data Management Systems
    João Pedro de Carvalho Castro, Anderson Chaves Carniel, Cristina Dutra de Aguiar Ciferri
  2. Environmental Vulnerability of the Environmental Protection Area of the Mamanguape River Barrier-PB
    Iara dos S. Medeiros, Hugo Y. E. G. de Assis, Mayara de S. Dantas, Tiago S. Clemente, Nadjacleia V. Almeida
  3. Utilizando dados georeferenciados para o tratamento do problema Indoor-Outdoor Detection
    Raissa P. P. M. Souza, Fabrício A. Silva,Thais Regina M. B. Silva

09:45-10:05 Demo pitch 2

Lightning (3 minutes) call for visitation to the poster session
Chair: [TBD]
  1. Introducing the Websensors Georeferenced Event Dataset for Learning to Sense Applications
    Ricardo M. Marcacini, Caio Carvalho, Mayara S. Mundim, Sabino Costa, Solange O. Rezende
  2. Demonstration of Pauliceia 2.0 Computational Platform
    Karine R. Ferreira, Gilberto R. de Queiroz, Carlos A. Noronha, Rodrigo M. Mariano, Gabriel Sansigolo, Denis Taveira, Nandamudi L. Vijaykumar, Daniela Musa, Luis Ferla
  3. TerraHidro - Ten Years
    Sergio Rosim, João Ricardo F. Oliveira, Alexandre Copertino Jardim, Eric Silva Abreu
  4. WTSS 2.0: Demonstração
    Rafael Monteiro Mariano, Gilberto Ribeiro de Queiroz, Lúbia Vinhas, Karine R. Ferreira, Pedro Ribeiro de Andrade Neto
  5. An architectural model for retrieving data from Social Media APIs: an instantiation for consuming the Twitter Stream API
    Sidgley Camargo de Andrade, Lieverton Horn Queiroz, Alexandre C. B. Delbem, João Porto de Albuquerque
  6. MyUrb: Aplicativo de Mobilidade Urbana para Curitiba
    Brendon Leonam Pasquim, Elis Cassiana Nakonetchnei, Jhonatan Augusto de Oliveira, Anne-Gaelle Calandre, Nadia Puchalski Kozievitch, Keiko Veronica Ono Fonseca

10:05-10:35 Coffee break

10:35-12:05 Keynote Address

Chair: [TBD]
New Techniques and Tools for Online Spatial Data Visualization and Analytics

Duncan Smith
Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London (UCL), UK

With greater availability of open data and significantly improving web technologies, there are increasingly opportunities for sharing interactive spatial data visualization and analytics online. Recent tools include powerful WebGL graphics libraries, and improving database and analytics software. What then are the advantages and disadvantages of online spatial data visualization over more standard desktop processes? When does it make sense to share spatial data visualization and analysis with wider audiences? This talk will explore these questions with a series of online examples, including exploratory visualization applications of very large spatial datasets; micro-urban analysis for crowdsourcing spatial data; and data narrative examples for improved public engagement. These are all cases where the particular advantages of sharing spatial data visualization comes to the fore.

12:05-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-15:40 Technical Session 4

Chair: [TBD]
  1. GIS and Data: Three applications to enhance Mobility
    Andy S Alic, Jussara Almeida, Wagner Meira Jr.,Dorgival Guedes, Walter dos Santos, Ignacio Blanquer, Sandro Fiore, Nádia P. Kozievitch, Nazareno Andrade, Tarciso Braz, Andrey Brito, Carlos Eduardo Pires, Nuno Antunes, Marco Veira, Paulo Silva, Keiko F.
  2. Generating Artificial Data for Bus Travel Time Predictions
    Leandro dos Santos Ribeiro, Thiago P. Faleiros, Maristela Holanda
  3. Spatial Analysis and Statistics of Pedestrian Injuries in Curitiba through a Grid Database
    Cassiano Bastos Moroz, Jorge Tiago Bastos
  4. Uso de um Dashboard Geoespacial como ferramenta de suporte para o diagnóstico socioeconômico e ambiental da Reserva Biológica Bom Jesus - Litoral do Paraná
    Josemar Pereira da Silva, Henrique Guarneri, Flávia Cristina Arenas, Eduardo Vedor de Paula, Silvana Phillipi Camboim

15:40-16:25 Long coffee break | Posters and Demos interactive session

16:25-17:00 Lightning Talks

Chair: [TBD]

17:00-19:00 Short Course - Part 2

Friday, December 7th

08:30-09:45 Technical Session 5

Chair: [TBD]
  1. SP-TWDTW: A New Parallel Algorithm for Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Remote Sensing Images
    Sávio S. T. de Oliveira, Luiz M. L. Pascoal, Laerte Ferreira, Marcelo de C. Cardoso, Elivelton Bueno, Vagner J. S. Rodrigues, Wellington S. Martins
  2. A Performance Comparison Between two GIS-MCDA: a Case Study of Desertification Evaluation
    Heithor A. A. Queiroz, Bruno C. Dantas, Cícero F. S. Neto, Thiago Emmanuel Pereira, Ricardo C. C. Lima
  3. Spatial Database to Store Years of Earth Observation Information Obtained from Field Expeditions in the Amazon
    Gabriel Crivellaro Gonçalves, Lucas Augusto de Souza, Maria Isabel Sobral Escada, Silvana Amaral

09:45-10:15 Coffee break

10:15-11:30 Technical Session 6

Chair: [TBD]
  1. Identificação de Bancos de Areia Situados na Região da Baía do Guajará Mediante Redes Neurais Convolucionais Profundas e Imagens de Radar de Abertura Sintética (SAR)
    José Alberto Silva de Sá, Fábio Furlan Gama, Gilberto Ribeiro de Queiroz, Lúbia Vinhas, Brigida Ramati Pereira da Rocha
  2. Metodologia para classificação sub-pixel de imagens MODIS com base em classificação de imagem de maior resolução
    Noeli A. P. Moreira, Thales S. Körting, Luciano V. Dutra, Emiliano Castejon, Egidio Arai
  3. Utilização e estudo de dados de saúde georreferenciados para desenvolvimento de aplicação móvel
    Juliana L. S. B. Cavalcante e Mozart S. Neto

11:30-11:40 Closing Session

11:40-12:30 GeoInfo 2019 and Special SBC Geoinformatics Committee Meeting

GEOINFO 2018