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Kim Huong Hoang

Geomatics Analyst

Sessions in which Kim Huong Hoang attends

Tuesday 1 March, 2022

Time Zone: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
9:45 AM
9:45 AM EST - 10:00 AM EST | 15 minutes

Join Jonathan Murphy, Nicholas Kellett and John Roos as they kick off the start of Winter Geo:GeoIgnite 2022.

11:30 AM
11:30 AM EST - 12:00 PM EST | 30 minutes

In Budget 2021, the government tabled a recovery plan for jobs, growth, and resilience. Within the budget were specific investments to promoting a healthy environment for a healthy economy, with $145.5 million dedicated to supporting initiatives that will increase resiliency to the natural hazards of wildfires and floods, which are becoming more frequent, severe, and devastating due to climate change and urban development.  Flood hazard maps are essential to un...

12:15 PM
12:15 PM EST - 12:45 PM EST | 30 minutes

Planet's constellation of satellites capture the whole of Earth's landmass every day. This unprecedented dataset provides insights to the agricultural sector, helping farmers and the companies that serve them make informed, timely decisions. But translating that data into insights isn’t always straightforward. In this session, Greg Crutsinger will go over the fundamental ways space observation is serving agricultural customers and present new applications in satellite data - everything fro...

1:00 PM
1:00 PM EST - 1:30 PM EST | 30 minutes

Abstract: Organizations are increasingly relying on geospatial analysis to power their decision making and business processes. But in such a dynamically changing world, maintaining an accurate database of critical locations is no small task. Everyday worldwide, businesses open and close, change names, or update their operating hours. When these changes happen, any map, application, or model immediately becomes stale. How can organizations strategize if they are not...

1:45 PM
1:45 PM EST - 2:15 PM EST | 30 minutes

NV5 Geospatial has been at the forefront of hydrospatial data acquisition and processing for decades. This presentation will provide a brief corporate introduction and overview of some of the technologies relevant to remotely sensed hydrospatial data collection and development. This will also include associated analyses and ancillary data integration to solve questions surrounding hydrology and wetland mapping, flood risk modeling, and habitat...