One of the fastest growing data source for traffic monitoring
systems is GPS collected from mobile devices. There is a large demand
in industry and transportation agencies to have access to high resolution
state of traffic on highways and arterial roads globally. Real time
systems that use GPS data include geospatial pre-processing components
such as map matching and path inference. The rapidly growing volume
of GPS data cannot be handled using traditional methods but instead
of parallel computing approaches. Also, the new high resolution
algorithms are developed to leverage the parallel processing frameworks.
In this talk, Dr. Tossavainen will discuss directions taken to respond
to the demand of providing high resolution information about the
state of the traffic both in the context of modeling and implementation
of a large scale system.
Give a ten-minute inspirational lightning presentation, organize an exciting panel/course, or show a fantastic demo work, and share your ideas about Mobile GIS, Big Data Computing, GPU Computing,
Social Computing, Cloud Computing, Sensors for geospatial
research and application.
The COM.Geo 2012 early registration deadline is May 14th. The
fee structure for COM.Geo 2012 makes it even more advantageous to
register early this year. Registering early can save you up to $200
off your conference program registration (depending on your registration
Computing for Geospatial Research Institute (COM.Geo)
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the world. COM.Geo is playing a guiding role to advancing the technologies
in computing for geospatial research and application fields. COM.Geo R&D
focuses on the latest computing technologies for multidisciplinary research
and development that enables the exploration in geospatial areas. COM.Geo
training center offers the most up-to-date training for working professionals
to boost their technical knowledge and skills of computing for geospatial
technology. COM.Geo conference is an exclusive international event that
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academia, government, and industry in both computing and geospatial fields.