The Scottish Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications (SoXSA) will host this one-day workshop at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, where you will have the chance to build a UBO PocketQube satellite and then code it using Arduino to achieve your mission goals!
Welcome to our first Scottish Qlik Dev Group session under the Qlik Meetup banner! We're excited to announce Barry Harmsen as our headline speaker. Barry is a Qlik Luminary, author and creater of the popular Theme Builder for Qlik Sense. We look forward to welcoming Barry to Scotland.
Data and analytics are at the heart of a digital revolution that is transforming how people manage their money, allowing us to tackle some of the fundamental issues that we face as a society. For example: helping young people to get on the property ladder or older people to enjoy their retirement
Understanding data is crucial for today’s Directors who need to grasp emerging trends and the data landscape in Scotland to better equip them in planning business growth and strategy. Hosted by the Institute of Directors, this breakfast seminar will arm Scottish Directors with the latest knowledge including what resources are available and how they can attract, develop and retain the digital talent needed for future business success.
Breakfast will be provided and networking will follow formal proceedings.
The aim of the workshop is to introduce some basic concepts of computer vision using OpenCV, Python and deep learning.
The event is an opportunity for designers, creatives and practitioners to get to know each other, explore how they might work together, and build a common language. We will be exploring the ins and outs of how data and design are being implemented, used, and scaled across organisations.
Scotland’s New Industrial Centre for AI Research in Digital Diagnostics: Vision & Opportunities in Glasgow
The Industrial Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research in Digital Diagnostics, known as iCAIRD, brings together a pan-Scotland consortium of 13 partners from across academia, the NHS, and industry.
The aim of the competition is to provide an entry point for young people to become excited about analyzing, interrogating, and presenting data, meanwhile making them aware of how use data securely, ensuring its veracity and the potential careers this could lead to. Linking the project to people working in the sector will engage the industry and inspire those children and young people involved.
Continuing CSIC’s series of BIM in Practice implementation seminars, this session will focus on what architects, engineers and other consultants/ designers need to know if they are working towards implementing BIM in their practice or for a project. Topics will include standard file naming and asset classifications conventions, working to a BIM Execution Plan, working in a Common Data Environment and other key areas particular to a designer's role. Case study examples will also be covered to demonstrate how it has worked in practice.
Online information influences every aspect of our lives: work, leisure and learning. As information systems become more embedded in our day-to-day experiences, it becomes increasingly important to understand how people interact with information and the consequences of those interactions.