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Joint Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for NMCAs


26th September 2023 @ 1:30 pm - 27th September 2023 @ 1:30 pm CEST

This workshop was held as an online only event.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a technological game changer; generating both excitement about possible beneficial applications, and sparking anxiety about the potential consequences.

This new workshop was a follow-up of two previous successful workshops on AI for National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies (NMCAs) that were jointly organised by EuroGeographics and EuroSDR in 2021 and 2022.

The third edition of this workshop, for staff members of NMCAs and academic institutions with an interest in AI in the geospatial sector, aimed to continue the conversation of AI within the context of NMCAs. By bringing together presentations and discussions about policy frameworks, research trends and experiences of implementing AI, this event focused on the role of AI on the business processes at European NMCAs. 

The agenda is available in the concept note here. (25/09/2023)


1 AI in the European Public Sector: Insights from the JRC research A. Paula Rodriguez Müller 2,7
2 Setting the scene AI in Government Colin van Noordt 1,7
3 AI-Driven On-Demand Mapping for Canada  Alexandre Beaulieu 4,0
4 GeoAI - Capabilities Overview Matt Woodlief 4,4
5 AI in the Spatial Industry Seb Lessware 1,5
DAY 2      
1 Key note: Governance of, with and by AI Gianluca Misuraca 2,4
2 Structuring relevant AI problems : the FLAIR challenges for land cover mapping Matthieu Porte 1,3
3 Building foot-print extraction using deep learning at Lantmäteriet Adam Hedkvist 3,4
4 Enabling a positive impact on the natural environment, with the help of machine learning Nicky Southam 3,8
5 GeoAI and Beyond: Advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals within the AI for Good Global Platform Andrea Manara 3,7
6 Applications of AI in urban data spaces - the USAGE EU project Fabio Remondino 8,0


26th September 2023 @ 1:30 pm CEST
27th September 2023 @ 1:30 pm CEST