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How HERE Maps Uses Big Data and Machine Learning to Make Better Maps

September 28, 2017: 6:30 PM - 8:15 PM

Big Data and Machine Learning methods are used at HERE Maps through an analytical lens to understand the quality and build strategies for content.

Where

Gleacher Center
404/450
450 Cityfront Plaza Dr
Chicago, IL

Cost

Early $10
Week of $15
At the Door $20

Registration

Register Online
Deadline: 9/28/2017

Questions

Roger Moore, '92, Senior Director / Gartner Consulting
312-543-1319

Event Details

HERE Map is a global leader in providing navigable map content used in the majority of vehicles across North America and Europe. The content also powers mobile devices, connected devices, and enterprise solutions. HERE content covers more than 196 countries globally, provides voice guidance for more than 118 countries in more than 50 languages, and live traffic information in more than 44 countries.

The Location Quality Intelligence team uses Big Data and Machine Learning to understand the world and the content in order to provide powerful planning information to maintain the content quality and the global position.

Speaker Profiles

Roy Casino (Speaker)
Head of Location Quality Intelligence, HERE
https://here.com

Roy Casino is Head of Location Quality Intelligence at HERE Maps. The team is a global organization with key locations in Chicago and Eindhoven. The team consists of several major areas of expertise in order to accomplish the responsibilities: Data Scientists, Spatial Experts, and Developers. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois – Urbana/Champaign in the field of Electrical Engineering. Roy has been in the navigation map content industry for more than 20 years.


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