lecture: Routing for Driving Pleasure
Americans have miles and miles of open highways. Set the cruise and drive for hours in straight lines. Routing a user to find the fastest way from an origin to a destination is performed by any number of providers. But what if you're not interested in the shortest route? What if you're looking for the most scenic route? The most entertaining?
This is a problem for planners of regularity rallies. Planners hope to provide challenging roads at legal speeds that avoid heavily residential and developed areas. OpenStreetMap, PostGIS, QGIS, and pgRouting to the rescue! Learn how to create alternative routing-cost structures to find and create new types of routes. An affinity for routing, driving, and/or gravel roads a plus.
Start time: 14:00
- Room Berlin
- QField, a touch driven QGIS interface
- Plenary Chamber
- An R-tree index for RocksDB
- Rhine Lobby
- Challenges of indoor mapping formats
- Room Bonn
- Sat-utils: Landsat, Sentinel and the use of open raster data
- Fireplace Room
- Kickstart your web map app!
- Plenary Office
- Recording land tenure rights using GeoODK and Cadasta Platform
- Topic Talk - An overview of the best Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial