OTB Users meeting and hackfest 2017

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This page is about organizing an Orfeo ToolBox users meeting and hackfest in 2017.

Take a look to the previous event: OTB Users meeting and hackfest 2015 and OTB Users meeting and hackfest 2016

Practical Info

When: A 3 day meeting for OTB Users, 7th to 9th June 2017.

Where: The location is Harry Cow, in Toulouse, France.

How: Attendance is free of charge and welcome to everyone interested in OTB! But please register first.

Day 1: Plenary session

09:00 - 09:30 : Welcome

  • Introduction to OTB User Days 2017 -- Manuel & Mickaël

09:30 - 12:30 : Talks

  • "What's new in one year of OTB?" -- Victor Poughon
  • "iota2: scaling-up land-cover mapping thanks to OTB" -- Arthur Vincent
  • "Développement de chaines d'extraction d'informations à partir d'OTB" -- Jérôme Maxant
  • Break
  • "Utilisation de l'OTB à l'IRSN" -- METIVIER Jean Michel / MENDY Elvira
  • "MAJA software introduction and feedback on the development of otb applications" -- Pierre Lassalle
  • Group photo!

12:30 - 14:00 : Lunch break

14:00 - 17:00 : Talks

  • "Large scale superpixel segmentation with OTB" -- Dawa DERKSEN
  • "Benchmarking of image processing libraries for the Euclid ground segment" -- Peter Kettig
  • "Open Earth Engine: Integration of OTB in an Interactive Platform for Large Scale Remote Sensing and Visualization" -- Baptiste MEYLHEUC
  • "OTB for remote sensing of forest using SAR images" -- Marie Ballere
  • Break
  • "A dimensionality reduction framework for OTB" -- Cédric Traizet & Jordi Inglada
  • "Plans for asynchronous writing in OTB" -- Julien Michel / CNES
  • "OTB in QGIS: User feedback (TBC)" -- Mathieu Fauvel / ENSAT

17:00 - 19:00 : Ice breaker

Cocktail offered by our sponsor

Day 2: Technical session

09:30 - 12:00: Tutorials

Three groups are possible:

  • Beginners (learn Monteverdi and OTB Applications)
  • Intermediate 1 (sampling and classification)
  • Intermediate 2 (internals)
  • Advanced (develop an OTB application in C++)

12:00 - 14:00: Lunch break

14:00 - 17:00 Track 1: Continue tutorials (Lead: Victor)

Continue morning tutorials.

14:00 - 17:00 Track 2: Open questions & features requests & one-on-one tutoring (Lead: Manuel)

Come with your data and your use cases and we'll have a look. Give feedback and user requests for the future of OTB.

14:00 - 17:00 Track 3: Brainstorming (Lead: Julien)

We'll brainstorm technical topics, with the objective of writing a RFComments. Some ideas:

17:00 - 19:00 : Happy hours (open questions and discussion with the development team)

Cocktail offered by our sponsor.

Evening: social event

Move to a Toulouse restaurant. Please submit your proposal

Day 3: Hackfest

09:30 - 10:00: Key note talks

  • C++11 for OTB? -- Luc Hermitte & Jordi Inglada

10:00 - 12:30: Hacking

12:30 - 14:00: Lunch break: Pizza party!

14:00 - 14:30: Open PSC meeting: Post-6.0 roadmap

14:30 - 17:00: Hacking

Ideas for 'Hacking' topics:

Guidelines

Here are a set of questions that can help you prepare your talk :

  • In what context are you using OTB, what part of OTB and what for ?
  • What other software do you use along with OTB ? Do they have to interact with each others ?
  • What is working and what is not ?
  • What performances do you get (time, quality) ?
  • What is missing ?
  • Did you achieve everything you planned to ?

Guidelines for participants

  • Bring your laptop if possible, with a working installation of OTB (we will distribute a VM with everything as a last resort option),
  • Be prepared: questions, feedback, requests, problems you can not solve, pieces of code that do not work as you wish ...
  • Update the pad with your participation details (it helps us planning lunches and breaks)

Guidelines for all speakers

  • Lets make the talks short. Each topic should be presented in 15 min. at most.
  • The language for the event will most probably be French (if everybody speaks French in the room), however slides and materials should be in English if possible, to ease publication
  • We will try to do some video recording for further publishing online. If you do not wish to be recorded, please let us know

ToDos

  • Cattering (coffee breaks, lunch, happy hours, social event) : Mickaël
  • Power sockets, network, video recording / broadcasting (All)
  • Digital camera and camera stand
  • Organize a visit of the nearby Fablab (TBC) :
  • Create materials for tutorials (re use formation material and the previous one):
  • Dispatch Orfeo ToolBox dev team presentations:
  • VM with everything installed or standalone packages
  • Communicate :