Asset management is a key function where connected devices and sensors are being used to inject more efficiencies. From traffic sensors to storm drains, the impact of information from real-time sensors can have huge implications to mitigate congestion and natural disasters, respectively.
Participants in this workshop will learn how to use GeoWave’s multidimensional indexing capabilities to preserve spatial and spatial-temporal locality in a distributed key value store. Each participant will set up a test cluster on his or her own machine using the GeoWave RPMs and Docker. We will then use the GeoWave command line functionality to ingest and analyze both vector and raster data. The participants will also use our GeoWave Geoserver plugins to render their data.
GeoWave is an open source project that bridges the gap between geospatial software and distributed computing systems. This presentation will primarily focus on applications of GeoWave. In this presentation we will illustrate how GeoWave can visualize massive datasets and further enables distributed processing to perform analysis at scale.
We will guide the audience through a variety of examples utilizing GeoWave to efficiently visualize and analyze very large datasets. Examples include: