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Di-Ann Eisnor

Di-Ann Eisnor
Co-Founder and CEO, Platial

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Di-Ann lives in Palo Alto, by way of Portland, OR, Boston, NYC and Amsterdam. Di-Ann is a neogeography pioneer and serial entrepreneur employing all means to increase the world’s citizen mappers. Di-Ann functions as both Chairman of Platial
<http://platial.com/>, The People’s Atlas, and as VP Community Geographer at Waze <http://www.waze.com/homepage/>.
Waze is free crowd-sourced navigation and real-time traffic. Started in Israel and well past critical mass, Waze now has top quality map, navigation and traffic data in the country. Di-Ann is setting up US operations and crafting the cartography of “live mapping”.

Sessions

Mapping
Location: Ballroom III Level: Novice
Ian White (Urban Mapping, Inc), Steve Coast (OpenStreetMap), Timothy Trainor (U.S. Census Bureau), Peter ter Haar (Ordnance Survey), Di-Ann Eisnor (Platial) Moderated by: Ian White
Average rating: ****.
(4.33, 3 ratings)
Over the past 20 years, a highly accurate and attribute-laden base map has been developed at enormous cost. While commercial map providers offer the gold standard, the game is changing-'good enough' is beginning to enter the equation. Come join us at this sure to be highly engaging panel that will dive into uncharted territory to find the answers and surface the controversy. Read more.