CartoDB is going to Japan with Pacific Spatial and OSGeo Japan
We are very excited to share details on our upcoming trip to Tokyo organized together with OSGeo Japan and Pacific Spatial Solutions. Javier de la Torre and Jaime de Mora will be there for a week full of events and meetings.
Our mission is to engage with the international CartoDB community and new potential cities and organizations that want to work with location data. If you would like to talk to use and learn about CartoDB and location intelligence ping us to find a time to meet or join us at any of the events we are organizing.
We are very glad to have partnered with OSGeo Japan who has been working on popularizing open source projects in the geospatial industry. Together with Pacific Spatial Solution we have organized two events: one focusing on business and another that is more academic. Here are some more details:
CartoDB is coming to Japan!
- Date and time：2016/4/25 - 18:00
- Place: Rissho University at Osaki Campus
18:00 - 18:05 Greetings!
18:05 - 18:10 The beginning of the CartoDB era in Japan by PSS' Hiroo Imaki
18:10 - 18:20 Open source trends and cloud services for businesses by Toru Mori
18:20 - 18:45 Why CartoDB in Japan? Why now? By CartoDB's CEO Javier
18:45 - 19:10 CartoDB's road map by CartoDB Sales Director Jaime de Mora
19:10 - 19:40 CartoDB Demonstration by PSS' Yutaka Yasoshima
19:40 - 20:10 Business Card Exchange and Discussion
20:15 - until Welcome Party! (This is not a part of this event)
GeoGeoWest: A research and educators CartoDB Night
- Date and time：2016/4/26 - 16:00
- Place: Aoyama University at Sagamihara
16:50 - 16:55 What is CartoDB? By Hiroo Imaki
16:55 - 17:00 Open source software
17:00 - 17:40 Location intelligence with CartoDB by CartoDB CEO Javier
17:40 - 17:50 Break
17:50 - 18:05 CartoDB examples by CartoDB Sales Director Jaime
18:05 - 18:20 CartoDB Demo
18:20 - 19:00 Small party + Networking
We’ll be announcing plenty of exciting news relevant to Japan and its community during this week. Stay tuned and hope to see you in Japan!