Lunchtime Lecture

Semantic Architectures for Linked Open Data

Do the words  ‘Semantic architecture for Linked Open Data’ make your brain go a bit fuzzy? Its time to sort that out then isn’t it?!?  Come along and find out everything you need to know at this Lunchtime Lecture with guest presenter, Renato Iannella, Founder & Principal Architect, Semantic Identity. The age of the Semantic Web and […]

Lunchtime Lecture

Lunchtime Lecture: Gaining Insight from BIG DATA

Are you looking for questions or insight? Are you gaining value from your data? Join Graham Robinson, Sales Manager ANZ of Latize, as he discusses how semantic processing with linked data is the only way to obtain genuine business insights and answers to questions you didn’t think to ask. Ulysses, a revolutionary solution which provides the […]

Lunchtime Lecture: A Case Study in Identifying High Value Datasets

  Join us for this Lunchtime Lecture with guest presenter, James Peet, Chief Digitial Officer from Moreton Bay Regional Council. Have you ever been asked to identify your organisation’s key data sets? Are you starting to think about what data sets your organisation should publish? Hear about the firsthand experience of a local government working […]

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Making ‘smart’ cities work for everyone

Last week Ellen Broad gave a lunchtime lecture at the Open Data Institute Queensland (ODIQ) on making smart cities work for everyone. Below is a summary of Ellen’s comments. You’ll find the slides here. When Maree (CEO of ODIQ) asked me to send through a summary for this lunchtime lecture, it was the day after […]

Lunchtime Lecture: Making ‘smart’ cities work for everyone, 25 November 2016

There is a lot of interest in how new technologies and data can be harnessed to improve the places we live in. ‘Smart’ cities are often described as efficient cities, productive cities, comfortable cities. They are cities (and towns) in which data is being increasingly incorporated into things like improving local transport infrastructure, housing planning, […]

Lunchtime Lecture: “New data to unlock important economic insights for Australian businesses” – 15 September

Our September lunchtime lecture is a unique opportunity to better understand new, high-value data developed by the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Innovation & Science. Our guest presenter Andrew Lalor is the Department’s General Manager of the Data Management and Analytics Taskforce. At this lunchtime lecture, Andrew will particularly showcase the Enhanced Analytical Business Longitudinal Database (EABLD). The Commonwealth Department […]

How to create your own Story Maps – 9 June

May’s free lunchtime lecture with guest presenter Karl Wauschau of ESRI Australia was all about creating Storymaps. What’s a story map? Check out some of the beautiful examples here. You can learn how to create your own Story Map at this Lunchtime Lecture and: Impress the family with a Story Map of your holiday adventures, Knock […]

Lunchtime Lecture

Using data lakes to make data work better – 12 May

ODI Queensland’s May Lunchtime Lecture explores the concept of Data Lakes with guest presenter Ricky Barron, Head of Enterprise Insights, TattsGroup. Almost everything we do generates data which, if managed well can enable the most extraordinary insights imaginable. However most organisations are challenged with constraints around managing different size, type, format and structure of data. […]

Lunchtime Lecture

Fostering data reuse and community engagement through next generation open data portals – 21 Apr 2016

Come and join us for this important discussion with guest presenter Alex Sales, of OpenDataSoft representative Peclet Technology.  Self-service data visualisation, real-time data, open dashboard, data API, API monetisation…. Many government departments and cities around the world are evolving from traditional open data catalogues to more advanced data sharing solutions fulfilling the role of data […]