- Paper Submission Due:
August 1, 2010
- Extended to:
August 10, 2010
- Notification to the authors:
- September 1, 2010
- Camera ready papers due:
- September 9, 2010
- ACM GIS 2010 Conference:
- November 2-5, 2010
- IWGS Workshop:
- November 2, 2010
Welcome to IWGS 2010!
1stACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on GeoStreaming (IWGS) 2010
November 2, 2010,
San Jose, CA, USA
Real-time stream data acquisition through sensors and imagery devices has been widely used in many applications. In addition to the temporal nature of stream data, various sources provide stream data that has geographical locations and/or spatial extents such as point coordinates, lines, or polygons. Thanks to advances in geosensing technologies, researchers in the geospatial community have been able to acquire huge amounts of streamed sensor data. On one hand, this amount of streamed data has been a major propeller to advance the state of the art in geographic information systems. On the other hand, the ability to process, mine, and analyze that massive amount of data in a timely manner prevented researchers from making full use of the incoming stream data. The geostreaming term refers to the ongoing effort in academia and industry to process, mine and analyze stream data with geographic and spatial information.
This workshop addresses the research communities in both stream processing and geographic information systems. It brings together experts in the field from academia, industry and research labs to discuss the lessons they have learned over the years, to demonstrate what they have achieved so far, and to plan for the future of geostreaming.
The Proceedings of IWGS 2010 is now available and can be downloaded from
Microsoft Framework for Geospatial
Ed Katibah, Microsoft SQL Server.
Geostreaming at IBM: InfoSphere
Streams and Intelligent Traffic Systems
Robert Uleman, IBM Software Group.
The Oracle Platform for Real Time Streaming Event Driven Architecture based Solutions
Robin J. Smith, Oracle Complex Event Processing.