GIS in the Ontario Government this Thursday Nov 28th at TRL
In recent years there has been a tremendous move towards Open Data, especially the making of government data readily available in online applications, as reports and documents, and especially as consumable data for research and “mash-ups”. Geospatial Data has been one of the most popular categories of data provided by all levels of government and by non-governmental organizations.
Join us this Thursday November 28th for a Thought Exchange event on this topic with Raphael Sussman from Land Information Ontario in the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.
This session will review some of the geographic data, data products, and data-based applications provided by Ontario Government ministries and how the process of information management at the government is becoming much more interactive: the logical corollary to Open Data being Crowdsourcing.
Raphael is a professional Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Manager, Urban and Regional Planner, Landscape Architect, Project Manager, and Ontario Land Surveyor, with an undergraduate degree from University of Toronto (BLA) and a graduate degree from York University (MES). He has expertise in physical design, asset management, information management, project management, Geographic Information Systems, and Enterprise Architecture.
Raphael is responsible for Land Information Ontario (LIO), with a mandate to work towards making all geospatial data about Ontario well-managed, accessible, easy to integrate, and affordable. Raphael has presented, and published, many academic papers for national and regional conferences, and for professional periodicals and journals.
Thursday November 28th 2013 7-8:30 PM
Beeton Auditorium, 1st floor
789 Yonge Street, Toronto (Yonge and Bloor Subway)
No Registration is required for this free Thought Exchange Event