Lightning Talks

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Confirmed Talks:

Albert Olivier – Working with Survey Data – Tip of the day

Albert Olivier – Working with Point Clouds – Tip of the day

Henno Morkel – Working with Aerial Imagery – Tip of the day

Jason Pretorius – Manage your Collaboration in the Cloud

Lightning Talks – No Charge

Lightning Talks are short 5 minutes talks on technical topics, to be held either in the Hot Topic Lounge or a Conference Room in an afternoon time-slot. About 12 talks will be presented in this session. The point of a Lightning Talk is not to give a detailed talk, but rather to present briefly a main idea. The topics acceptable for these talks are any subject that is conference related.

Come to talk about your company’s product (without branding), a nifty trick, some thoughts triggered by presentations at the conference, or if you are a student, share the highlight of your thesis project. The main goal of the talk should be making your point fast and then, we move on to the next talk. No hard and fast rule about the presentation format, no judgment either. However, the 5 minutes time limit is strictly enforced, and you will be asked to stop at the end of 5 minutes.

Interested Lightning Talks Presenters should submit their proposals to AfricaGEO 2018 Program Committee by email as a PDF file attachment.

Lightning Talks Proposal Deadline: 11 March 2018

Acceptance notification: 31 March 2018