Where 2012 Schedule

Below are the confirmed and scheduled talks at Where 2012 (schedule subject to change).

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Yerba Buena Salon 1-3
Add Data and Algorithm Driven Commerce to your personal schedule
1:10pm Data and Algorithm Driven Commerce Mok Oh (PayPal)
Add Serendipity as a Service to your personal schedule
2:10pm Serendipity as a Service Gabe Smedresman (Meet Gatsby)
Add Life after Mercator to your personal schedule
4:20pm Life after Mercator Sha Hwang (Trulia)
Yerba Buena Salon 4-6
Add Building a Data Narrative: Discovering Haight Street to your personal schedule
1:10pm Building a Data Narrative: Discovering Haight Street Jesper Andersen (Bloom Studios)
Add How Open is Open?  Five Years Later ... to your personal schedule
1:40pm How Open is Open? Five Years Later ... Ian White (Urban Mapping, Inc)
Add Geobrowsing with Google Earth - Tips and Tricks from the Google Earth Team to your personal schedule
3:30pm Geobrowsing with Google Earth - Tips and Tricks from the Google Earth Team Peter Birch (Google), Brendan Kenny (Google), Sean Askay (Google, Inc.), Julien Mercay (Google)
Yerba Buena Salon 9
Add Welcome & Announcements to your personal schedule
9:00am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
Welcome & Announcements Brady Forrest (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Laurel Ruma (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
Add A Brave New World: Providing Context For What Is Possible And Probable to your personal schedule
9:05am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
A Brave New World: Providing Context For What Is Possible And Probable Charlene Li (Altimeter Group)
Add Designing Fast and Beautiful Maps to your personal schedule
9:25am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
Designing Fast and Beautiful Maps Eric Gundersen (MapBox)
Add GIS Without the Box to your personal schedule
9:35am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
GIS Without the Box Bern Szukalski (Esri), Jeff Archer (Esri, Inc.)
Add Responsive Design–The Future of Mapping to your personal schedule
9:40am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
Responsive Design–The Future of Mapping Bruce Daniel (Cartifact)
Add Stratocam: Discovering The World's Best Satellite Imagery to your personal schedule
9:50am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
Stratocam: Discovering The World's Best Satellite Imagery Paul Rademacher (Tasty Labs)
Add What the MAC? to your personal schedule
10:00am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
What the MAC? Toby Boudreaux (Control Group)
Add New Lines on the Horizon to your personal schedule
10:05am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
New Lines on the Horizon Josh Williams (Facebook)
Add When To *Not* Use Maps to your personal schedule
10:45am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
When To *Not* Use Maps Noah Iliinsky (IBM)
Add Grassroots Mapping Flight Demo to your personal schedule
11:00am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
Grassroots Mapping Flight Demo Mathew Lippincott (Public Laboratory for Open Technology & Science), Stewart Long (Public Laboratory for Open Technology & Science)
Add Location, Context, And Preferences: The Perfect Push Messaging Cocktail to your personal schedule
11:05am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
Location, Context, And Preferences: The Perfect Push Messaging Cocktail Scott Kveton (Urban Airship, Inc.)
Add Dwolla: Ubiquity by Design to your personal schedule
11:15am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
Dwolla: Ubiquity by Design Ben Milne (Dwolla)
11:25am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
TBC
Add Location, Social, and Mobile - The Key Foundations of a Marketplace Model to your personal schedule
11:30am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
Location, Social, and Mobile - The Key Foundations of a Marketplace Model Leah Busque (TaskRabbit)
Add Contagions, Conquest, & Quarantines: Mapping Disease From Venice to Houston to your personal schedule
11:40am Plenary
Room: Yerba Buena Salon 9
Contagions, Conquest, & Quarantines: Mapping Disease From Venice to Houston Thomas Goetz (Wired Magazine)
Add Overcoming the Challenges of Indoor Navigation to your personal schedule
1:40pm Overcoming the Challenges of Indoor Navigation Nick Farina (Meridian)
Add OS Geo Projects to your personal schedule
2:10pm OS Geo Projects Zain Memon (Trulia), Javier de la Torre (Vizzuality), Sam Lanier (FireWhat Inc.), Ryan Avila (FireWhat, Inc.), Nicholas Clayton-Syrrist (FireWhat Inc.), Jonathan LeBlanc (PayPal + Braintree)
Add Where 2012: Launch Presentations to your personal schedule
3:30pm Where 2012: Launch Presentations Michael Bauer (Brilliant Arc), Paul Rademacher (Tasty Labs), Jon Tirmandi (Normative Inc + Normative Labs Inc.), Jaak Laineste (Nutiteq), Perry Evans (Closely, Inc.), David Blackman (Foursquare)
Yerba Buena Salon 10-11
Add Story Mapping - Adding Narrative to Place to your personal schedule
1:10pm Story Mapping - Adding Narrative to Place Daniel Harris (People's District )
Add Create, Share, And Consume Great Maps With ArcGIS Online to your personal schedule
2:10pm Create, Share, And Consume Great Maps With ArcGIS Online David Martinez (Esri ), Jeff Archer (Esri, Inc.)
Add Building The Augmented City to your personal schedule
3:30pm Building The Augmented City Trak Lord (metaio)
Yerba Buena Salon 12-14
Add Maps for Our Urban Species to your personal schedule
1:10pm Maps for Our Urban Species Scott Rafer (Lumatic)
Add StreetEasy's Stack to your personal schedule
1:40pm StreetEasy's Stack Sebastian Delmont (StreetEasy.com)
Add Uber's Stack to your personal schedule
2:10pm Uber's Stack Curtis Chambers (Uber)
Add Twitter's Stack to your personal schedule
Twitter's Stack Raffi Krikorian (Twitter)
Add GeoIQ's Stack to your personal schedule
GeoIQ's Stack Andrew Turner (GeoIQ)
Add UpNext's Stack to your personal schedule
3:30pm UpNext's Stack Raj Advani (UpNext)
Add 360Cities Stack & Realtime 360º Images at SXSW to your personal schedule
360Cities Stack & Realtime 360º Images at SXSW Jeffrey Martin (360cities.net)
Add Trulia's Stack to your personal schedule
Trulia's Stack Sha Hwang (Trulia)
Add TaskRabbit's Stack to your personal schedule
4:20pm TaskRabbit's Stack Brian Leonard (TaskRabbit)
Add Airbnb's Photo Stack to your personal schedule
Airbnb's Photo Stack Joe Zadeh (Airbnb)
Add Stripe's Stack to your personal schedule
Stripe's Stack Patrick Collison (Stripe)
10:15am Break
Room: Exhibit Hall
2:50pm Afternoon Break
Room: Exhibit Hall
Add Where After Party @ GAFTA to your personal schedule
8:00pm Offsite Event
Room: GAFTA, 998 Market Street
Where After Party @ GAFTA
Add Tuesday Birds of a Feather Sessions to your personal schedule
8:30pm Plenary
Room: See BoF Schedule for Locations
Tuesday Birds of a Feather Sessions
8:00am Coffee
Room: Yerba Buena Grand Assembly
6:00pm Dinner
Room: On Your Own
Add Startup Showcase, sponsored by AT&T Interactive to your personal schedule
12:00pm Lunch
Room: Golden Gate Ballroom / Exhibit Hall
Startup Showcase, sponsored by AT&T Interactive
1:10pm-1:30pm (20m) Business & Strategy
Data and Algorithm Driven Commerce
Mok Oh (PayPal)
Data is becoming more and more prevalent. But neither all data is created equal, good, nor useful. The age of data and algorithm has come, where data mining and machine learning become necessities for all sorts of business, education, research and commerce. In this talk, we discuss big data, algorithms, and use cases necessary to win in the new age of commerce.
1:40pm-2:00pm (20m) Marketing, Mobile Development
Automated Engagement: Electronic Receipts & the Future of Geo
Tyler Bell (Factual)
Interactions between people and their environs are increasingly recorded electronically. Mobile payments will contribute significantly to this trend, placing for the first time a commercial purchase history quite literally in one's hand. I discuss here how the data artifacts of a purchase – checkin, geolocation, and brand engagement – will be consumed by the next generation of geo applications.
2:10pm-2:50pm (40m) Location Development, Mobile Development
Serendipity as a Service
Gabe Smedresman (Meet Gatsby)
As we share more real-time data through our phones, mobile services gain access to new situational awareness that lets them enrich the real world by unlocking unexpected opportunities. For this new class of services offering value within fluid locational contexts, we’ll see more emphasis on delivery through push notifications -- a channel with tricky strategies for success.
3:30pm-4:10pm (40m) Location Development, Mobile Development
CartoDB: How Working With Geospatial Data Can Be A Joy and Not A Pain
Javier de la Torre (Vizzuality)
CartoDB makes beautiful, fast online maps powered by PostGIS and Mapnik, with easy import tools and a user friendly interface. In this workshop you’ll produce insightful, thought provoking maps of police activity, and along the way will learn how to use data from open data repositories, perform powerful spatial analyses, and share a stunning map online.
4:20pm-5:00pm (40m) Location Development
Life after Mercator
Sha Hwang (Trulia)
The Spherical Mercator projection is one of the core assumptions powering much of the innovation in interactive online mapping — but what happens next? How can the form of maps themselves become dynamic, not just the visual style or the information overlaid?
1:10pm-1:30pm (20m) Location Development
Building a Data Narrative: Discovering Haight Street
Jesper Andersen (Bloom Studios)
See how applying traditional data analysis tools, as well as more esoteric ones like computer vision, to multiple disparate data sets and data types can create a more complete and nuanced narrative of one of San Francisco’s most vibrant streets.
1:40pm-2:00pm (20m) Business & Strategy, Location Development, Marketing, Mobile Development
How Open is Open? Five Years Later ...
Ian White (Urban Mapping, Inc)
The confluence of social media; mobile computing; the democratization of data and technology; and government transparency leaves us in the midst of an information tsunami of sorts. Access to new streams of geographic data begs a number of important questions for government and business: how will we harness this data, organize it, and what is truly public versus private?
2:10pm-2:50pm (40m) Location Development
Just in Time Analytics: Making Answers Keep up with Data
Sean Gorman (FortiusOne)
The emerging human sensor net, driven by the connection of mobile devices and social media, has brought us a deluge of georeferenced and time stamped data. While this data is streaming in real time our analysis tends to only be snap shots. How can analysis catch up with our data to give us just in time answers to big questions from the Arab Spring to the Superbowl?
3:30pm-4:10pm (40m) Location Development
Geobrowsing with Google Earth - Tips and Tricks from the Google Earth Team
Peter Birch (Google) et al
This session will give attendees a chance to learn the latest about geo-browsing with Google Earth, directly from the experts on the Google Earth team. With the growing importance of both the web and mobile in geo content, we’ll show you how to take advantage of all the features of Earth across desktop, mobile, and the web.
4:20pm-5:00pm (40m) Location Development, Mobile Development
Geostack In The Cloud: Build Real Time, Targeted Mobile Experience On The Right Geostack
Maria Zhang (Propeld, Inc.)
Developers must make smart use of location to deliver an individually targeted mobile experience to satisfy an increasingly savvy mobile customers. Is your architecture up to the task of a real-time, adaptive, geo-enabled service in the cloud? How do you select the right tools for a new geo stack, or the right plug-ins for your existing stack?
9:00am-9:05am (5m)
Welcome & Announcements
Brady Forrest (O'Reilly Media, Inc.) et al
Opening remarks by Brady Forrest, Where Conference program chair.
9:05am-9:25am (20m) Keynote
A Brave New World: Providing Context For What Is Possible And Probable
Charlene Li (Altimeter Group)
Our personal devices provide endless streams of data set in context of who we are, where we are, who we know, and what we do. But what can we realistically expect the future to look like, and how soon will it be before it gets here?
9:25am-9:35am (10m) Keynote
Designing Fast and Beautiful Maps
Eric Gundersen (MapBox)
Open source tools let you design fast and beautiful interactive maps using your own data and share them on the web and mobile. This keynote will be a walk through showing how to use TileMill, and how it integrates with the web. Eric will take you from a spreadsheet to a custom designed map and then share it from a cloud map hosting service using embeddable widgets and the MapBox API.
9:35am-9:40am (5m) Keynote
GIS Without the Box
Bern Szukalski (Esri) et al
There's a whole lot of spatial data out there. It's in your databases, in your spreadsheets, and streaming in from the great devices in all of our pockets. Getting the data isn't so much of a problem these days, but organizing it and sharing it across many applications is still a challenge.
9:40am-9:50am (10m) Keynote
Responsive Design–The Future of Mapping
Bruce Daniel (Cartifact)
As online maps move from raster based tilesets to vector data, they can naturally alter the presentation and display of information according to the user’s digital device, actions and environment. This talk, replete with visuals, explores how maps can embrace the concepts of Responsive Design without rearranging geography!
9:50am-10:00am (10m) Keynote
Stratocam: Discovering The World's Best Satellite Imagery
Paul Rademacher (Tasty Labs)
You see satellite imagery on Google Maps all the time, but how often do you stop to admire the amazing structures, patterns, and colors of our planet? Stratocam is a new web app, described as "Hot-or-Not for maps," that lets you discover and vote on the best satellite imagery around the world, and take your own snapshots of the planet for others to see.
10:00am-10:05am (5m) Keynote
What the MAC?
Toby Boudreaux (Control Group)
If you notice a black box hidden behind a plant while you're here, don't be alarmed. We're capturing Media Access Control (MAC) addresses to track location and flow patterns of Where Conference attendees. This keynote will explain exactly what we're doing and how, data privacy precautions, as well as visualization and open data use cases.
10:05am-10:15am (10m) Keynote
New Lines on the Horizon
Josh Williams (Facebook)
A fast-paced look at the increasingly dense world of location-based content and the opportunities that await the next generation of developers creating location-aware services.
10:45am-11:00am (15m) Keynote
When To *Not* Use Maps
Noah Iliinsky (IBM)
We all love maps, because maps are great. That's why we're here, right? But it turns out that sometimes maps aren't the right answer when it comes to visually presenting data with a spatial component. Noah Iliinsky will discuss why, and how to figure out when to *not* map your data.
11:00am-11:05am (5m) Keynote
Grassroots Mapping Flight Demo
Mathew Lippincott (Public Laboratory for Open Technology & Science) et al
Balloons are a central tool in the Public Laboratory mapping kit. Mathew Lippincott will demonstrate a camera-bearing helium balloon that is small enough to fly without prior FAA clearance to altitudes up to 4000 ft. It is an approachable, inexpensive way for civic organizations to document their events and environments.
11:05am-11:15am (10m) Keynote
Location, Context, And Preferences: The Perfect Push Messaging Cocktail
Scott Kveton (Urban Airship, Inc.)
Today’s smartest brand marketers get the importance of speaking to people on their own terms. The ideal cocktail of location-based messaging includes a dash of permission and a strong dose of context to turn a one-way push message into a two-way dialogue. We’ll dig into the pieces that will take mobile messaging into new dimensions.
11:15am-11:25am (10m) Keynote
Dwolla: Ubiquity by Design
Ben Milne (Dwolla)
Dwolla's architecture, technologies, accessibility and even its price point, serve as the foundation for what the startup believes to the payment network of the 21st century. Ben Milne, founder and builder at Dwolla, will elaborate on how new advancements, like location-based technologies, are helping pave the way a chance at ubiquity.
11:25am-11:30am (5m)
Plenary
To be confirmed
11:30am-11:40am (10m) Keynote
Location, Social, and Mobile - The Key Foundations of a Marketplace Model
Leah Busque (TaskRabbit)
Think back 10 to 15 years ago, there was probably a kid in your neighborhood that you could pay a couple bucks to wash your car or mow your lawn. We've lost that sense of community over the years because the age of the internet has siloed us. With the social networking in full force, that is changing.
11:40am-12:00pm (20m) Keynote
Contagions, Conquest, & Quarantines: Mapping Disease From Venice to Houston
Thomas Goetz (Wired Magazine)
This talk will explore the legacy of infectious disease on our perceptions of geography and space. It will distinguish between the "fast maps" that came with outbreaks, and the "slow maps" that emerged as entire nations tried to outrun a ferocious killer like TB. And it will connect these fast and slow maps to our contemporary quest to eliminate infectious disease altogether.
1:10pm-1:30pm (20m) Business & Strategy
A Privacy Friendly Approach To 'Big Geo Data' Analysis
Duncan McCall (PlaceIQ)
PlaceIQ transforms 'location into context'. Extracting intelligence and meaning from the ever increasing mass of geo data, enabling a detailed understanding of a hyper local location. Empowering advertisers, marketers and more to connect the right message with the right location, at the right time. Focusing on profiling locations, not users – PlaceIQ is considered ‘privacy friendly’.
1:40pm-2:00pm (20m) Location Development, Mobile Development
Overcoming the Challenges of Indoor Navigation
Nick Farina (Meridian)
"But I thought indoor GPS doesn't exist." If you work in location, you've probably heard that sentiment daily. This session will discuss the technical, design, and infrastructure challenges of indoor navigation, and how developers can overcome them.
2:10pm-2:50pm (40m) Location Development, Mobile Development
OS Geo Projects
Zain Memon (Trulia) et al
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3:30pm-4:10pm (40m) Location Development, Mobile Development
Where 2012: Launch Presentations
Michael Bauer (Brilliant Arc) et al
These back-to-back 5-minute launch sessions showcase companies and products debuting at Where. Come hear what’s new!
4:20pm-5:00pm (40m) Business & Strategy
To Google or Not to Google? Cost/Benefit Analysis Of Rolling Your Own Maps
Sebastian Delmont (StreetEasy.com)
We've had it easy for a long while, with Google offering a large list of mapping and geolocation services pretty much for free, pretty much for everybody. But now they've placed a price tag on those services, which means it's time to decide if the price is fair.
1:10pm-1:30pm (20m) Location Development
Story Mapping - Adding Narrative to Place
Daniel Harris (People's District )
Danny Harris a Washington, D.C. folklorist will lead participants on a tour through Washington, D.C. using the stories and faces of the city's diverse residents. From the power brokers to the street cleaners, learn how story mapping can add texture to place and create vibrant cities.
1:40pm-2:00pm (20m) Sponsored Sessions
Platform, APIs & Apps: Building The “Where” Ecosystem
Gary Gale (Nokia)
This session highlights what is needed to bring the Nokia Location Platform, APIs and Apps into play and how we work with partners and developers globally to build the “Where” Ecosystem. Learn how to access rich, relevant map and place information to build priceless consumer experiences that span web, mobile, and automotive industries and are consumed in all the ways we experience the Internet.
2:10pm-2:50pm (40m) Sponsored Sessions
Create, Share, And Consume Great Maps With ArcGIS Online
David Martinez (Esri ) et al
Come learn how to publish and host your data, create compelling and beautiful maps as services, and get them to the people you want to reach. We will show you how to make a great map that can be accessed directly across multiple devices, as well as demonstrate how to use that same map as a great starting point to build custom applications that can run anywhere.
3:30pm-4:10pm (40m) Location Development
Building The Augmented City
Trak Lord (metaio)
Location-based Augmented Reality can be more than points of interest floating somewhere on the horizon. This session will cover how AR technology will enable the overlaying of location data onto buildings themselves.
4:20pm-5:00pm (40m) Location Development
Why Persistent Sensing Is Changing the Landscape of Mobile Apps?
Sam Liang (Alohar Mobile Inc.)
This talk gives a quick overview on why Persistent Sensing is enabling a new class of intelligent and automatic mobile apps, as well as the challenges and potential solutions.
1:10pm-1:30pm (20m) Location Development
Maps for Our Urban Species
Scott Rafer (Lumatic)
At Lumatic, we believe that cities are humanity's future, and that they need to be easier to love. Now there are seven billion of us, we need to find ways to live happily while living densely. Smartphones will be the enablers -- both in terms of mobility and delight. Lumatic is building humane maps of the world's cities for smartphones.
1:40pm-2:00pm (20m) Stack
StreetEasy's Stack
Sebastian Delmont (StreetEasy.com)
StreetEasy rolls their own maps. They depend on OSM data and a custom tileset served by Mapbox.
2:10pm-2:25pm (15m) Stack
Uber's Stack
Curtis Chambers (Uber)
Uber is an on-demand transportation service. We use node.js to handle thousands of requests per second and utilize all of this data to create new geospatial prediction algorithms.
2:25pm-2:35pm (10m) Stack
Twitter's Stack
Raffi Krikorian (Twitter)
Twitter handles thousands of tweets per second. Come learn how.
2:35pm-2:50pm (15m) Stack
GeoIQ's Stack
Andrew Turner (GeoIQ)
GeoIQ provides real-time exploration and analysis of millions of geospatial features. The technology stack combines open data standards with the development speed of Ruby on Rails, the asynchronous processing of node.js and our own highly scalable data storage - deployable horizontally across EC2 or on laptops in Afghanistan.
3:30pm-3:45pm (15m) Stack
UpNext's Stack
Raj Advani (UpNext)
UpNext is a highly customizable 3D mapping platform built for mobile and tablet devices. Learn how UpNext creates powerful vector and tile blended maps using EC2, Cloudfront, SOLR and MongoDB.
3:55pm-4:10pm (15m) Stack
360Cities Stack & Realtime 360º Images at SXSW
Jeffrey Martin (360cities.net)
Learn about the 360Cities stack vis-à-vis Jeffrey's attempt to automatically stitch, geotag, upload, publish, and tweet high-resolution 360º images in near-realtime at SXSW 2012.
3:45pm-3:55pm (10m) Stack
Trulia's Stack
Sha Hwang (Trulia)
Trulia is churning through millions of datapoints around crime, schools, homes and businesses to help people find a place to live. We're building our Geo stack on Python, Tilestache, and GeoDjango to deploy this information nationwide and pushing the limits of highly dynamic prototyping with Javascript and Web Workers.
4:20pm-4:35pm (15m) Stack
TaskRabbit's Stack
Brian Leonard (TaskRabbit)
TaskRabbit is using mobile apps, natural language processing, location, and Rails to get things done in your neighborhood.
4:45pm-5:00pm (15m) Stack
Airbnb's Photo Stack
Joe Zadeh (Airbnb)
With over 3,000 photographers all around the world, professional photography has grown into one of Airbnb's most important differentiators for host activation, security and design. Learn how Airbnb turned a pilot program into one of the largest collections of home interior photos in the world.
4:35pm-4:45pm (10m) Stack
Stripe's Stack
Patrick Collison (Stripe)
Stripe uses everything from Backbone.js to custom MySQL replication drivers to process millions of dollars of transactions. In this talk, Patrick describes the technology behind Stripe.
10:15am-10:45am (30m)
Break
2:50pm-3:30pm (40m)
Break: Afternoon Break
5:00pm-6:00pm (1h) Events
Exhibit Hall Reception / Startup Showcase (sponsored by AT&T Interactive)
Grab a drink, mingle with fellow Where participants, and see the latest offerings from our exhibitors and sponsors. You'll also have a chance to visit some more with our participating Startup Showcase companies and vote for your favorite.
8:00pm-10:00pm (2h) Events
Where After Party @ GAFTA
After the Exhibit Hall Reception and a chance to grab some dinner, join us at GAFTA (Gray Area Foundation for the Arts) for the official Where After Party, featuring eye-popping installations from local artists, music and libations.
8:30pm-10:30pm (2h) Events
Tuesday Birds of a Feather Sessions
Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions are informal after hours sessions that provide face to face exposure to those interested in the same projects and concepts. BoFs are entirely up to you. We provide the space and time, you provide the engaging topic.
8:00am-9:00am (1h)
Break: Coffee
6:00pm-8:00pm (2h)
Break: Dinner
12:00pm-1:10pm (1h 10m)
Startup Showcase, sponsored by AT&T Interactive
Check out this year's Where Startup Showcase. Highlighting the startup ecosystem's creativity and variety, the Showcase gives up and coming companies a chance to get in front of hundreds of potential users and potential investors. Come see some of the Bay Area's premier startups and cast your vote for the next big thing.
  • Esri
  • AT&T Interactive
  • Google
  • Nokia, Location & Commerce
  • Facebook
  • Bing
  • Control Group
  • Localeze
  • MyCityWay
  • Socrata
  • Urban Airship
  • MapQuest

Sponsorship Opportunities

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Press and Media

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