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Tuesday, March 12
 

10:10am

Introduction to Graph Analytics and Oracle Graph Cloud Service
Graph analysis employs powerful algorithms to discover relationships in social networks, IoT, big data, data warehouses, and complex transaction data. The low-code, highly automated services for data scientists and developers in Oracle Graph Cloud Service will simplify the creation and management of graphs and allow for powerful graph analysis of database, data warehouse, and data lake content. In this session, see an overview and demos of Oracle Graph Cloud Service as well as the other graph technologies for Oracle Cloud, Oracle Database, NoSQL, Spark, and Hadoop including PGX analytics and PGQL property graph query language.



Speakers
avatar for Hans Viehmann

Hans Viehmann

Product Manager, ORACLE Corporation
Hans Viehmann is working for ORACLE Corporation as Product Manager for the Oracle Spatial and Graph option and the „Location Products“. He holds a degree in Physics from Hamburg University and started his career in Research before joining ORACLE over twenty years ago. After various... Read More →
avatar for Jean Ihm

Jean Ihm

Sr. Principal Product Manager, Oracle Spatial and Graph
I'm a Product Manager for Oracle Spatial and Graph technologies. Mapping and location and graph analysis for Database, Big Data, and the Cloud.
avatar for Korbi Schmid

Korbi Schmid

Senior Software Development Manager, Oracle
Korbi manages the development team responsible for Oracle's property graph technologies. His current focus area is building a new service which makes it easier than ever for customers to gain new insights into their data by using the latest advancements of Oracle’s graph analytics... Read More →


Tuesday March 12, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
2-Rm 103

11:15am

Graph Cloud Preview: How to Analyze Data Warehouse Data as a Graph
The low-code, highly automated services for data scientists and developers in Oracle Graph Cloud Service will simplify the creation and management of graphs and allow for powerful graph analysis of database, data warehouse, and data lake content. In this session, see an overview and demos of Oracle Graph Cloud Service. See a pipeline used to explore industry-specific datasets and analyze it with the power of graphs. Using retail, telco, and airline datasets, learn how to access database schema, use automated tools to create a graph model, and perform a range of graph analyses to reveal relationships and perform connectivity-based queries. Learn how to use Property Graph Query Language (PGQL) to traverse and query the graph to discover relationships and impacts; invoke PGX graph analytics to discover anomalies, influencers, and communities in data; and visualize the results as a graph in an interactive notebook environment.




Speakers
avatar for Korbi Schmid

Korbi Schmid

Senior Software Development Manager, Oracle
Korbi manages the development team responsible for Oracle's property graph technologies. His current focus area is building a new service which makes it easier than ever for customers to gain new insights into their data by using the latest advancements of Oracle’s graph analytics... Read More →
avatar for Jayant Sharma

Jayant Sharma

Sr Dir, Prod Mgmt, Oracle USA Inc
Dr. Jayant Sharma is Director, Spatial Product Management at Oracle . He has over twenty years experience in databases and spatial information systems. He is currently focused on the product strategy, and design, of spatial components for Oracle's database and middleware products... Read More →


Tuesday March 12, 2019 11:15am - 12:05pm
2-Rm 103

1:10pm

Oracle Spatial Studio: Self Service Spatial Visualization and Analysis
Want to add maps and perform location analysis on your business data, but don't have experience with spatial technologies? Using the spatial features in Oracle Database can sometimes be challenging for users who are not familiar with spatial analysis. With the new Spatial Studio, it's easy for users and developers to perform location-based analysis on maps with the click of a button. Spatial Studio simplifies the development of web applications, SQL analysis, and REST services using the full spectrum of spatial operators and functions in Oracle Spatial and Graph. We will demonstrate how users can: (i) select database content (tables or views with spatial information, visualize it on a map, customize the map, and share the results, (ii) upload datasets from spreadsheets or shapefiles from GIS departments and start visualizing the contents quickly, and (iii) prepare data for spatial analysis by geocoding, fixing incorrect addresses, creating spatial indexes, and validating existing spatial data. This session is appropriate for business and technical users. It is recommended as a prerequisite to the session 'Technical Deep Dive: Oracle Spatial Studio Visualization and Analysis'.

Speakers
avatar for Carol Palmer

Carol Palmer

Sr. Principal Product Manager, Oracle Corp.
Carol is a senior principal product manager in Oracle's Spatial & Graph product group. She is focused on spatial and graph cloud services and components and serves as Oracle representative to the Spatial & Graph SIG board.
avatar for Siva Ravada

Siva Ravada

Senior Director of Development, Oracle, USA
Siva manages the development team for Oracle’s spatial technologies. He is one of the founding members of the development of Spatial technologies in Oracle since the Oracle7 release. He holds numerous patents, has several journal and conference publications, and authored a book... Read More →


Tuesday March 12, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
2-Rm 103

2:30pm

Using Location in Cloud Applications with Oracle Database, ORDS and Node.js
In this session, learn how to build location analytics and map visualization into applications on the Oracle Cloud using popular developer tools and frameworks with the powerful spatial features of Oracle Database. Go through short examples that uncover location patterns, analyze relationships to regions of interest and exclusion zones, track moving objects, and build other useful location-related applications. These typify spatial usage in mainstream cloud development.

Speakers
avatar for David Lapp

David Lapp

Product Manager, Oracle
David Lapp is senior principal product manager for Oracle's spatial and graph technologies, focused on Cloud and Big Data solutions. His experience includes working as Spatial and Business Intelligence solutions specialist in Oracle's Public Sector group, where he engaged with several... Read More →
avatar for Siva Ravada

Siva Ravada

Senior Director of Development, Oracle, USA
Siva manages the development team for Oracle’s spatial technologies. He is one of the founding members of the development of Spatial technologies in Oracle since the Oracle7 release. He holds numerous patents, has several journal and conference publications, and authored a book... Read More →


Tuesday March 12, 2019 2:30pm - 3:20pm
2-Rm 103

3:35pm

Spatial New Features for Autonomous Cloud Services and Oracle Database 19c
Learn what’s new with the leading spatial platform that’s fast, cloud-ready, and developer-friendly. In this session, we also cover the spatial features in Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse and Autonomous Transaction Processing Cloud Services, and provide guidance on what to expect with these autonomous database services as well as the planned roadmap. With the Oracle Database 19c release, Oracle Spatial and Graph brings new performance and usability features across the board including the Spatial Studio, as well as enhancements to recently introduced features like support for JSON and Oracle REST Data Services, database sharding, distributed transactions, and web services. With advanced features including vector, raster, Lidar, geocoding, map visualization and more, Oracle Spatial and Graph supports the most demanding, large scale geospatial applications.

Speakers
avatar for Siva Ravada

Siva Ravada

Senior Director of Development, Oracle, USA
Siva manages the development team for Oracle’s spatial technologies. He is one of the founding members of the development of Spatial technologies in Oracle since the Oracle7 release. He holds numerous patents, has several journal and conference publications, and authored a book... Read More →


Tuesday March 12, 2019 3:35pm - 4:05pm
2-Rm 103

3:35pm

(HOL) Introduction to Property Graphs in Oracle Databases
Starting with 12c Release 2, Oracle Databaseincludes property graphs - a powerful feature that goes beyond relational, to analyze relationships in big data, such as finding the most influential people in a social network, or discovering patterns of fraud within financial transaction data. But how do you get started using property graphs? This step-by-step lab will show you exactly how to create, load and use property graphs in Oracle Database. We will cover how to create a property graph using Java or PL/SQL, how to load data into a property graph from existing database tables, how to create an in-memory instance of a property graph, how to run algorithms such as page rank against a property graph, how to use PGQL (a SQL-like language for property graphs) to query a graph and ways to visualize graph data. To complete the hands on lab, please bring your own laptop with VNC Viewer installed (https://www.realvnc.com/en/connect/download/viewer/) for accessing the lab virtual machines.

Speakers
avatar for Keith HARE

Keith HARE

Senior Consultant, JCC Consulting, Inc.
Keith Hare is a Senior Consultant with JCC Consulting, Inc. where he specializes in high performance database systems and replicating data between database systems. Keith has participated in the SQL Standards committees since 1988 and has served as the convenor of the international... Read More →


Tuesday March 12, 2019 3:35pm - 5:10pm
5-Rm 202 HOL

4:20pm

Geo-Tagging, Geo-Enrichment, Geo-Fencing, and Tracking for Location-Enabled Apps
Oracle technologies make it easy to include location in analytics, mobile, asset management, and service applications. You can use geo-enrichment to add location tags to business data in databases and data lakes. Built-in SQL, REST, Java, and JavaScript APIs with JSON let you query and analyze information based on addresses, GPS coordinates, coverage areas, territories, or other geographic features. Geo-fencing and tracking capabilities are essential for any application needing to track movement of an object, vehicle, or cell phone. We’ll show how to use Oracle Spatial and Graph, including its in-database tracking server, to create geofences, track moving objects against them, and send alerts, at large scale. In this session, learn how to develop applications using these features, and use them as part of every database and big data application.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Geringer

Daniel Geringer

Spatial Solution Specialist, Oracle Corporation
Spatial Solutions Specialist -- Joined Oracle in 1995 to work on Oracle's spatial technologies -- Works with customers and partners around the world to solve spatial requirements in a scalable manner. -- Test, benchmark, and develop Oracle spatial technologies on Oracle Engineered... Read More →


Tuesday March 12, 2019 4:20pm - 5:10pm
2-Rm 103
 
Wednesday, March 13
 

10:05am

Analysis and Interpretation of 3D Point Clouds Based on Machine Learning
Today, landscapes, cities, and infrastructure networks are commonly captured using LiDAR or image-based remote sensing technologies at regular intervals. The resulting 3D point clouds are digital twins of the captured sites and provide valuable information. Hence, 3D point clouds have become essential for a growing number of geo-spatial applications such as urban planning, environmental monitoring, and disaster management.
In this talk, we present techniques to manage, process, and analyze 3D point clouds. We discuss the potential of AI and demonstrate how a machine-learning-based interpretation can be used to classify data, derive semantics and create insights. We show how the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with GPUs and Database Spatial and Graph allows for handling and processing of massive amounts of data. The implemented approach opens up new ways for the full potential of large-scale, dense, and time-variant point clouds as required by a growing number of applications and systems.

Speakers
avatar for Rico Richter

Rico Richter

Dr., Hasso-Plattner-Institut / Uni Potsdam
Rico Richter has many years of experience in the development of complex processing, analysis and visualization techniques for 3D spatial data. He studied IT Systems Engineering at the Hasso Plattner Institute in Germany and has written his PhD thesis entitled “Concepts and Techniques... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 10:05am - 10:30am
2-Rm 103

10:30am

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and National Mapping with Ordnance Survey Ireland
Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi), the Irish national mapping agency, maintains national spatial data sets and creates mapping products for government agencies and the public. Achieving a leadership role in national mapping meant many challenges: dealing with the explosion of remotely sensed data, point clouds, aerial photos and satellite imagery, needing to automate complex workflow processes, and sharing data widely with the public. With the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), Oracle Spatial and Graph, and Exadata platform, OSi has addressed these challenges. OSi has been using OCI to process large volumes of point cloud datafor point cloud creation, point cloud classification, and change detection. OSi have also leveraged OCI compute processing to automate portions of its imagery flowlines: automatic seam line generation, automated radiometry and the creation and publication of mosaic data sets. OSi are also investigating the possibility of moving its map archive containing data from 1824 onwards onto the OCI platform.

Speakers
avatar for Éamonn Clinton

Éamonn Clinton

General Manager, Geospatial Services, Ordnance Survey Ireland
Éamonn Clinton is the General Manager, Geospatial Services, Data Governance & Quality and Spatial Strategist with Ordnance Survey Ireland, the Irish national mapping agency. Éamonn has worked in the geospatial industry for over 20 years. He has worked on a large number of public... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 10:30am - 10:55am
2-Rm 103

11:10am

Optimizing Parallel Spatial Data Processing of High Volume Agricultural Data
Agrarmarkt Austria is the federal agency responsible for agriculture. A major task is calculating agricultural subsidies as part of the Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union. This challenging task involves high volume geospatial data processing and data validation annually, in a time window of only three days. In this session we will show how Oracle Database spatial partitioning and parallelism were used to process hundreds of millions of land parcels and other geometries in order to calculate agricultural subsidies. With 15 geodetic layers of land cover data containing up to 200M geometries each, and 5 billion operations in the given timeframe, Oracle Spatial and Graph features were critical. The focus of the project was to reach maximum throughput for geodetic operations in SQL and PL/SQL by optimizing read/write operations with spatial indexes while at the same time minimizing storage by means of logical compression.

Speakers
avatar for Markus Flatscher

Markus Flatscher

Lead DevOps, AMA
Current: Lead of DevOps at AMA(Oracle)Lead DBDev (Oracle/Sqlserver) at bwinLead Development (Sqlserver) at Wiener ZeitungDeveloper/DBA/Teamlead (Oracle) at AMAFree Consultant (Oracle)


Wednesday March 13, 2019 11:10am - 11:35am
2-Rm 103

11:35am

Addressing Mobility Challenges in Transportation Using Spatial Analysis
The German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany’s national aeronautics research centre, includes an Institute of Transportation Systems that focuses on ground-based transportation research, such as urban and rural mobility, traffic management, and next generation vehicles. We use Oracle Database spatial features to store and analyze high volumes of infrastructure, vehicle and passenger data. This data also supports applications such as routing, multi-model traffic management, HD maps for vehicle assistance.


In a mobility use case, we track data from travelers’ smartphones, sent to a central database for analysis. We try to detect which transportation mode the traveler is using, with an algorithm. Movements of a bus, tram or a car in dense city traffic can be very similar. Similar, previously validated trips by users inform the analysis. Trip segments are compared using Oracle spatial analytics functions, which handle high volume spatial processing. We will share the challenges and solutions.


Speakers
AS

Anke Sauerländer-Biebl

Researcher, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
I studied mathematics at the University of Hamburg and then worked as software engineer for different companies. Since 2012 I have been working at the German Aerospace Center, Institute of Transportation Systems, as a researcher with a focus on data analysis and data processing in... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 11:35am - 12:00pm
2-Rm 103

1:00pm

Using Graph Analysis for Fraud Detection in Fintech at Paysafe
Paysafe provides simple and secure payment solutions to businesses of all sizes around the world. We process billions of payment dollars a year. This, combined with the focus of flawless customer experience and real-time money transfer makes us a candidate for the “dark side” of the payments – fraudsters, money launderers, etc. Every year, the financial industry loses billions because of fraud. To provide the best customer experience, we keep the time window to identify fraud patterns or networks extremely narrowly. Fraudsters bury their patterns in large volumes of data. With traditional data storage techniques such as relational technologies, it is almost impossible to see beyond individual accounts to the connections between them. This presentation will show how Paysafe has implemented Oracle property graph technologies in Oracle Spatial and Graph and Oracle Database, including its fast, built-in, in-memory graph analytics to perform fast graph queries that identify patterns of fraud.

Speakers
avatar for Stanka Dalekova

Stanka Dalekova

Senior Software Developer, Paysafe
Stanka Dalekova has been working in Paysafe as a software developer in the last 15 years. She is happy to be a part of an organization from the start and see it grows. During this long journey, she has gained experience in different technologies and business aspects.
avatar for Yavor Ivanov

Yavor Ivanov

Head of Database Administration, Paysafe
Currently focused at the beauty of a team working together. The art of Engaging, Enabling and Empowering team members to deliver their best under the many possible situations we face in our daily life. Delivering outstanding result in complex environment; overcoming challenges and... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
2-Rm 103

1:30pm

OWL Monkey: An Adaptive OWL Web Application Builder
During my PhD, I designed and developed an adaptive Web Ontology Language (OWL) web application builder named OWL Monkey (OM) for Hydro-Québec (Quebec's provincial electric utility) using Oracle Spatial and Graph. OM permits its users to explore an OWL ontology, build views over it and share them without any prior knowledge of the underlying technologies. Users can then do analytics over those views, use them to update the content of the database or export them. OM is highly generic and can make use of any OWL ontology that respect some basics requirements. This genericity also allows for changes in the data model that spread to applications in production without negatively affecting them. This should result in lower costs associated with application development and maintenance, especially in use cases where the data model is expected to evolve a lot. OM's first application was released to facilitate the sharing of research data on self-lubricating materials between researchers and power plant engineers.

Speakers
avatar for Louis Bherer

Louis Bherer

Student, ETS / Hydro-Quebec
Experienced Research Assistant with a demonstrated history of working in the research industry. Skilled in Graph Database Management, Ontology Engineering, Full Stack Developement (Java, JavaScript, Sparql), Operational Research, Data Analysis, Continuous Improvement, and Information... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 1:30pm - 1:45pm
3-Rm 104

2:20pm

Building Consistent Crime Investigation Practices Using Big Data and Graph Technologies
Rio de Janeiro's Public Prosecutor Office, MPRJ, works for and on behalf of the people to monitor and prosecute crime. They use data    as a key resource.  MPRJ, built a several map approaches to support the fight against crime and corruption. The initiative called  'Public Prosecutor Office in Maps' includes several data-driven apps including a crime map, social index, etc.  Graph technologies are well-suited to modeling and analysis of datasets for crime analysis. The MPRJ team uses a variety and volume of raw data. Specifically, to build the entities relationships and graphs they use Oracle Big    Data Spatial and Graph, running on Oracle BDA infrastructure. Today they have half a billion nodes growing to 1 billion, adding new data    sources and metadata. In addition, they are using the Oracle's    solutions to fight corruption from an investigation perspective, using the same tool from the 'Car Wash' Federal case.



Speakers
avatar for Daniel Belchior

Daniel Belchior

Tech Lead Big Data, Public Prosecutor's Office - BR
Accomplished and skilled IT professional with a driving passion for providing solutions and problem solving.• Substantial experience in Cloudera ecosystem, such as HDFS, Hue, Hive, Impala, Solr, HBase, Sqoop, Flume, Kafka• GIS In-depth knowledge, including Geoserver, Postgis and... Read More →
avatar for Felipe Ferreira

Felipe Ferreira

Data Science Team Leader, Ministério Público do Rio de Janeiro
Data passionate, Python lover, working to provide and improve data-driven decisions.Senior Team Leader in the Data Science department of Public Prosecutor's Office, working on relationship analysis and intelligence reports using graph database and Cloudera/Hadoop suit. More than 15... Read More →
avatar for Rhenan Bartels

Rhenan Bartels

MPRJ
Currently, I am teaching machines to analyze Judicial documents at my job and working with Image            Processing in my Ph.D.


Wednesday March 13, 2019 2:20pm - 3:10pm
2-Rm 103

3:25pm

PGQL: A Query Language for Property Graphs
PGQL is a pattern-matching query language for the property graph data model, used by Oracle Database Spatial and Graph and Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph. PGQL is an expressive, SQL-like language that makes writing graph queries easy - even for non-graph experts. in this session, we provide an overview of the different features of PGQL and provides examples of how to run PGQL queries from a shell and through a Java API. in this session, we also focus on what has recently been added to PGQL and which features are coming. Finally, the session provides a brief overview of how PGQL fits into on-going standardization efforts for property graph querying.


Speakers
avatar for Oskar van Rest

Oskar van Rest

Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle
Oskar is Oracle’s lead developer for PGQL, an SQL-like query language for property graphs that is used by Oracle Spatial and Graph and Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph.
avatar for Jan Michels

Jan Michels

Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle
Jan Michels represents Oracle on the ANSI and ISO committees responsible for standardizing SQL, while working closely with the Oracle database server development teams. He has been involved in designing extensions for the SQL language for 18+ years. Jan is chair of the DM32.2... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 3:25pm - 4:15pm
2-Rm 103

4:30pm

Spatial & Graph... & Blockchain! The future of Proof of Location With Oracle
A new world with consensus-driven maps and crypto-spatial coordinates is emerging. Find out more and see how to embrace the change by leveraging Oracle cloud services such as Big Data Spatial & Graph and Blockchain. Learn about Blockchain use-cases and their benefits in terms of location and maps and see examples of how to embrace these benefits in your organization - we will look into relevant cases for both private and public sector.


Speakers
avatar for Axel Bronder

Axel Bronder

Solution Engineer, Oracle
Axel Bronder is an established presenter in the Scandinavian Spatial community and a rising voice in the Blockchain world. As an IT professional he strives to leverage new technologies to create a better life for all. With international experience, Axel has a history of successful... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 4:30pm - 5:00pm
3-Rm 104

4:30pm

Translating Natural Language to Graph Queries for Financial Crime Investigation
Financial crime investigation is a labor-intensive task. Oracle provides tools (e.g., FCCM Studio) that allow investigators to analyze whether a case involves fraud. To do so, investigators query and analyze databases containing financial transactions through an easy-to-use interface. However, often this interface does not provide enough flexibility. In such cases, analysis may require the development of database queries in SQL or PGQL (for Graph databases). Having to do so is not desirable because (1) it requires business users to learn a (complex) query language and (2) business users need to know about the underlying database schema. To remedy this situation, we have developed a natural language interface to graph databases that provides business users with a natural way to query the databases. In this talk, we present NL2PGQL, which translates sentences in natural language into a PGQL query that can be executed using Oracle Spatial and Graph.




Speakers
avatar for Matthias Brantner

Matthias Brantner

Research Director, Oracle
Matthias is a Research Director at Oracle Labs. His research interests are at the cross road of data processing and language compilers. He holds a PhD from the University of Mannheim, Germany.
avatar for Jinha Kim

Jinha Kim

Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle Labs
Jinha Kim is a Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle Labs. He is interested in graph analytics and machine learning from designing through implementation to application. He obtained his PhD from Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea.


Wednesday March 13, 2019 4:30pm - 5:00pm
2-Rm 103
 
Thursday, March 14
 

8:45am

Build Knowledge Graphs with Oracle RDF to Extract More Value from Your Data
Knowledge graphs, a collection of interlinked descriptions of entities, are widely used to enable intelligent applications. Knowledge graphs can play a critical role in applications built on a data warehouse or data lake, which typically collect data from a variety of sources. This data has to be combined and integrated in a meaningful way to be useful in such applications, and knowledge graphs can be used to organize and connect these disparate datasets. In this session, we will discuss knowledge graphs built using the RDF capabilities of Oracle Spatial and Graph. We will illustrate how to define a knowledge graph, create virtual or materialized graphs from existing data (relational tables, CSV files, etc.), derive new knowledge through logical inference, navigate and query graphs using W3C standards, analyze knowledge graphs with graph algorithms, and more. Real-world use cases from various industries will also be shared.

Speakers
avatar for Souripriya Das

Souripriya Das

Architect, Oracle
Souripriya Das (Souri), pioneered the work on semantic technologies in Oracle and has led the development effort since its inception in 2002. Prior to taking up semantic technologies, he was the lead developer and project leader for novel database features at Oracle. Souri was a co-editor... Read More →
avatar for Matthew Perry

Matthew Perry

Consultant Member of Technical Staff, Oracle
Matthew Perry is a Consultant Member of Technical Staff at Oracle. His primary responsibility is development of graph query support for the Spatial and Graph option of Oracle Database. This includes SPARQL query support for RDF data and PGQL query support for property graph data... Read More →
avatar for Melliyal Annamalai

Melliyal Annamalai

Product Manager, Oracle
Melli Annamalai is a product manager at Oracle. She has vast experience in multiple technology areas related to unstructured and semi-structured data management. One of her current focus areas is Big Data, with an emphasis on integrating data from streaming sources and Hadoop environments... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 8:45am - 9:35am
2-Rm 103

9:50am

Semantic Middleware - the Cornerstone of Your Next IT
Knowledge Graphs (KG) have recently been acknowledged as a critical innovation by leading industry analysts to providing an efficient IT stack and bringing AI to the next level. An RDF-based KG is an efficient means of harmonizing heterogeneous data environments, providing a multi-dimensional index and unified data gateway. Vertices modeled in RDF are referenceable to human and machine agents by standardized URIs. As entities may be explored with high precision within their context, they become first-class information citizens where today's access is mainly document based. While Knowledge Graphs have been adopted by the fastest-growing companies of the last decade, some still find it a challenge. PoolParty Semantic Suite provides an easy start and helps to smoothen the adoption of KGs. Connecting to Oracle Database 18c and Oracle Spatial and Graph, PoolParty facilitates a supervised self-learning system that helps to build an Enterprise Knowledge Graph efficiently and automate the process greatly.

Speakers
avatar for Sebastian Gabler

Sebastian Gabler

Head of Sales, Semantic Web Company
Originally trained as Recording Producer with a diploma degree from Berlin University of the Arts (UdK), Sebastian pursues a career in archive- and information management for over 15 years, after spending 5 years in music production for Radio, TV and Recording industry. Sebastian... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 9:50am - 10:15am
2-Rm 103

9:50am

Follow the heartbeat of your activity with real time crowd monitoring
Proximus is the leading telco operator in Belgium. They provide public REST services that give access to some of the data they manage. One of them is the Enco Real Time Crowd Management solution. It monitors the location of mobile phone users and provides a count of users, aggregated in cells of 100x100m. The information is refreshed every x minutes. This simple solution lets you monitor real–time flows of visitors of any kind of activity: monitor the heartbeat of an event, a demonstration or a gathering during the specific time horizon of the activity, and react quicker and more efficiently on (un)expected situations. In this presentation, we show how information is extracted from the REST service using the Event Hub, how it is retained in an Autonomous Data Warehouse service, and how it is analyzed using the Oracle Analytics Cloud: observe how crowd movements evolve over time, on maps and other graphics. We also analyze crowd movements as they appeared in past events.





Speakers
avatar for Tom Bailliu

Tom Bailliu

Sales Engineer Analytics, Oracle Belgium
Before joining Oracle 2,5 years ago, I worked for 15 years in various positions within the analytics department of a telco in Belgium ( BASE ). The last years at BASE, I was working with the Strategy Department focusing on the location monetization research project.Bridging the... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 9:50am - 10:40am
3-Rm 104

10:15am

Oracle Spatial and Graph RDF Semantic Model for BIM Classification & Scheduling
In Oracle Spatial and Graph 12c, Resource Description Framework (RDF) semantic modeling can build data triplestores from relational database content.  The ability to interrogate Building Information Management (BIM) 3D model data and auto-correlate it with master data classification hierarchies provides a means for digital data delivery of object-based information.  Semantic queries can derive results from multiple sources of data across the Enterprise, expose data patterns and equivalencies, as well as normalize content to and from a given data standard. The key for reliable, quality inferencing is having an initial source of pedigreed Master Data content as the basis for this mapping.  

Speakers
avatar for Tracy J. McLane

Tracy J. McLane

GIS Senior Science Specialist, Bechtel Corporation
Tracy McLane has been a Bechtel Distinguished Scientist since 2012, and has served in such roles as GIS Administrator, a GIS Technical Discipline Lead, an Engineering Lead for the Virtual Project Delivery 4D, 5D Program and a GIS Senior Science Specialist during her 20+ year career... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 10:15am - 10:40am
2-Rm 103

10:55am

When Graphs Meet Machine Learning
This session shows how graphs and machine learning (ML) together can enable new insights that could not be attained previously. Graph models and machine learning techniques are becoming popular for discovering relationships, classifying information, identifying patterns and anomalies in data, and improving understanding of information. By combining ML techniques with relationships in graphs, we can answer questions such as “How did other investigators approach similar cases?” “Does this malware have the same characteristics as prior attacks?” and “Do these symptoms seem similar to ones we’ve seen in other diseases?” We explain modern techniques for combining graphs and machine learning, so that signals in your irregular and unstructured data sets are properly captured by graph analysis, before feeding them into the machine learning pipeline.





Speakers
avatar for Rhicheek Patra

Rhicheek Patra

Oracle
I am interested in topics concerning distributed machine learning, recommender systems, online privacy,     and big data related problems. My research work has led to publications in many premier conferences in       the above-mentioned fields.
avatar for Sungpack Hong

Sungpack Hong

Research Director, Oracle Labs
Research Director at Oracle Labs.Leading projects regarding large-scale graph and data analysis -- platforms and applications


Thursday March 14, 2019 10:55am - 11:45am
2-Rm 103

12:00pm

Finding Malicious Network Packets Using Anomaly Detection with Graph Analytics
Finding unexpected patterns and results in data is a critical factor in discovering fraud, adverse reactions, and other suspicious behaviors. Graph analysis is an effective data analysis methodology that considers fine-grained relationships among data entities. This session explains how to use graph analysis algorithms to discover anomalous results to identify malicious network packets in network traces. We achieve this by constructing graphs from network traces and computing characteristics of those graphs by applying several graph algorithms with which we can construct a machine learning model for classification.


Speakers
avatar for Sungpack Hong

Sungpack Hong

Research Director, Oracle Labs
Research Director at Oracle Labs.Leading projects regarding large-scale graph and data analysis -- platforms and applications
avatar for Rhicheek Patra

Rhicheek Patra

Oracle
I am interested in topics concerning distributed machine learning, recommender systems, online privacy,     and big data related problems. My research work has led to publications in many premier conferences in       the above-mentioned fields.
avatar for Kevin Madden

Kevin Madden

Chief Software Engineer, Tom Sawyer Software
With more than 20 years of experience in the software industry, Kevin Madden brings an innovative approach to Tom Sawyer Software. Originally the third software engineer at Tom Sawyer Software, today he plays a strategic role in the direction of the company's server-based products... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 12:00pm - 12:30pm
2-Rm 103
  • Field 2 general

1:30pm

Four awarded Brazilian use cases using Oracle Big Data, ML and Analytics
In this session Marcelo Bellorio, enterprise solutions architect for AI, Big Data and Analytics in Oracle Brazil, will drill down on the Architectures, Business Outcomes and what`s next for the four Oracle Open World 2018-awarded Brazilian companies use cases:
1 - United Health Group Brazil (Healthcare): Oracle Global Leaders 2018 Architect Leader of the Year Excellence Award for Latin America for the Healthcare and Legal cases on top of Oracle's Big Data architecture
2 - Nexel Brazil (Telco): OOW 2018 Oracle Excellence Award for Data Management Innovation AND Oracle Global Leaders 2018 DW & Big Data Leader of the Year Excellence Award for the Telco Machine Learning use cases on top of the Oracle's Big Data, ADW and Analytics Platforms
3 - Oi (Telco): OOW 2018 Oracle Excellence Award for Analytics Innovation for the Analytical Spatial's ML case on top of Oracle's DW and Analytics Platform
4 - GEQ (Gas & Consumer Goods): OOW 2018 excellence Award Finalist for the ML Tax Intelligence case

Speakers
avatar for Marcelo Bellorio

Marcelo Bellorio

Enterprise Solutions Architect, Oracle
I am a passionate individual about working within diverse and multicultural teams, strong believer in the value of people, data and technology within the organizations for business development and transformation. With experience in both the computer science and business fields, I... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm
5-Rm 202 HOL

1:30pm

Technical Deep Dive: Oracle Spatial Studio Visualization and Analysis
With the new Spatial Studio, it's easy for users and developers to perform location-based analysis on maps with the click of a button. Spatial Studio simplifies the development of web applications, SQL analysis, and REST services using the full spectrum of spatial operators and functions in Oracle Spatial and Graph. In this technical deep dive session for advanced developers and administrators, we will describe the architecture of this new tool. We'll cover what an administrator needs to know, including the database schema objects used by Studio, application user management, and deployment and management of Studio in production environments. We'll also describe REST end points and other features for developers to easily integrate Spatial Studio maps and analysis into their applications. This session complements the feature overview/demo session 'Oracle Spatial Studio: Self Service Visualization and Analysis', which is recommended as a prerequisite.

Speakers
avatar for David Lapp

David Lapp

Product Manager, Oracle
David Lapp is senior principal product manager for Oracle's spatial and graph technologies, focused on Cloud and Big Data solutions. His experience includes working as Spatial and Business Intelligence solutions specialist in Oracle's Public Sector group, where he engaged with several... Read More →
avatar for Roberto Mercado

Roberto Mercado

Software Developer, Oracle
avatar for Siva Ravada

Siva Ravada

Senior Director of Development, Oracle, USA
Siva manages the development team for Oracle’s spatial technologies. He is one of the founding members of the development of Spatial technologies in Oracle since the Oracle7 release. He holds numerous patents, has several journal and conference publications, and authored a book... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm
2-Rm 103

2:30pm

Data Visualization Desktop - Maps for Everyone!
Oracle Data Visualization Desktop is an amazingly powerful tool for understanding and visualizing your data - all sorts of data - in many different ways. DVD lets you explore your data sets, apply various interactive visualizations, and create powerful narratives to present your findings. With DVD, you can use maps as a visualization, next to pie charts and histograms. This session will explain how you can use this capability. You will learn how to use the predefined maps included with DVD to view your data: your sales figures, your dropped calls, your employment statistics. You will also learn how to use your own maps, such as your own sales territories, school districts, store locations, or even product placement inside your stores, for display and interaction within DVD.








Speakers
avatar for Albert Godfrind

Albert Godfrind

Spatial Solutions Architect, Oracle
Albert Godfrind has over 25 years of experience in designing, developing, and deploying IT applications. His interest and enthusiasm for spatial information and geographical information systems started at Oracle when he started using the spatial extensions of the Oracle database in... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 2:30pm - 2:55pm
2-Rm 103

2:55pm

How to Build Geospatial Analytics with Python and Oracle Database
Python has become an extremely popular scripting language for working with geospatial data. A rich ecosystem of Python geospatial libraries provides algorithms to answer questions such as “How are outcomes correlated with location?” “What areas are the most or least similar?” and “Where are the hotspots?” Using a dataset of nationwide traffic accident data, this presentation shows you how to address these questions by combining the geospatial features of popular Python libraries and Oracle Database.









Speakers
avatar for David Lapp

David Lapp

Product Manager, Oracle
David Lapp is senior principal product manager for Oracle's spatial and graph technologies, focused on Cloud and Big Data solutions. His experience includes working as Spatial and Business Intelligence solutions specialist in Oracle's Public Sector group, where he engaged with several... Read More →
avatar for Jayant Sharma

Jayant Sharma

Sr Dir, Prod Mgmt, Oracle USA Inc
Dr. Jayant Sharma is Director, Spatial Product Management at Oracle . He has over twenty years experience in databases and spatial information systems. He is currently focused on the product strategy, and design, of spatial components for Oracle's database and middleware products... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 2:55pm - 3:20pm
2-Rm 103

3:40pm

I know what you mean: leveraging graph for linking entities into knowledge base
Entity linking is a cognitive task consisting in connecting entities (i.e., people, places, ...) mentioned in a passage of text to the relevant description in a knowledge base, such as DBpedia. Example applications of entity linking are automatic generation of hyperlinks to augment news articles and trending topics analysis in social media. The task is challenging because it often depends on contextual information, in particular to distinguish synonyms and ambiguous terms. In this session, we show how the quality of answer of an entity-linking service can be improved by applying graph analysis. We also introduce Oracle’s graph technology for quick and efficient development.

Speakers
avatar for Sungpack Hong

Sungpack Hong

Research Director, Oracle Labs
Research Director at Oracle Labs.Leading projects regarding large-scale graph and data analysis -- platforms and applications


Thursday March 14, 2019 3:40pm - 4:05pm
5-Rm 202 HOL

3:40pm

Find Out How to Create a Custom Oracle Data Visualization plugin
Ever feel limited by the same old charts? Interested in creating your own? Get energized and join Gary Adashek Oracle ACE from General Electric GE Digital as he explains how to create your own plugin for Oracle Data Visualization Desktop or Cloud and shares the framework on how to create a custom plugin for DV from scratch using the open source D3 JavaScript library.

Learn step-by-step how to develop a DVD plugin from scratch using Data Driven Documents (D3) a JavaScript framework for creating interactive visualization. Then use the DVD SDK for taking your plugin to next level and unleash the power of a BI tool. Even more, learn additional tips and tricks while developing in JavaScript. This presentation will take a detailed look into the steps required to successfully develop, deploy and share your custom DVD plugin literally with anyone. Share your custom plugin with the Oracle Analytics community so anyone can import and start using it in their DVD instance.

Speakers
avatar for Gary Adashek

Gary Adashek

SR MANAGER, GENERAL ELECTRIC (GE Digital)
Sr. Manager Digital Operations - Data Solution Architects                                   Dates Employed            Oct 2016 – Present                                    Employment Duration              2 yrs 5 mos... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 3:40pm - 4:30pm
3-Rm 104

3:40pm

Location-Based Tracking of Moving Objects with Apache Spark
Tracking K nearest neighbors from a large dataset to a given location is an expensive task. This session shows how to use Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph’s Vector API to build a real-time Spark streaming application that constantly calculates the K nearest moving vehicles for every element from a set of static stations, based on the distance and user-defined business rules. The vehicle location data is continuously received from a stream that sends updated vehicle locations every few seconds so the nearest vehicles for each station are constantly updated and written to HDFS. This presentation also shows how to build a map visualization application to view this real-time tracking with the Oracle Maps API.

Speakers
avatar for Siva Ravada

Siva Ravada

Senior Director of Development, Oracle, USA
Siva manages the development team for Oracle’s spatial technologies. He is one of the founding members of the development of Spatial technologies in Oracle since the Oracle7 release. He holds numerous patents, has several journal and conference publications, and authored a book... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 3:40pm - 4:30pm
2-Rm 103