17. October 2014
Over the last three years WhereCamp Berlin became the biggest event of it’s kind in the world. Around 200 people joined the 2013 session and enjoyed the barcamp styled sessions. For this year the organizing team came up with some refreshing innovations.
The whole event will last 3 entire days, 13th (Thu.) till the 15th (Sat.) of November. The first event highlight is the opening key-note by Steve Coast, the founder of OpenStreetMap (OSM). The rest of Thursday is dedicated to a conference track with the headline “Navigation and Local Intelligence”. The set of speakers will be announced soon on the official event homepage wherecamp.de.
The second day will start with the traditional barcamp sessions, means some attendees will present their own talks. Due to the vast conference talk proposals, there will be also another conference track. In the afternoon the introduction workshop for the indoo.rs / BeaconINSIDE Indoor Maps / Guidance Hackathon will take place.
Saturday will be the last day and is fully dedicated to Hackathons. Beside the above mentioned Indoor Hackathon, also the Berlin Partner network is hosting a coding session all around their set of Open Data APIs.
TL;DR: WhereCamp Berlin the biggest geotastic event in 2014. Three days of geo innovation, talks and coding. Get all your information at wherecamp.de and follow the updates on the official Twitter channel @whereberlin.