About this event
There's always something happening somewhere, and with simple web tools and basic knowledge of visualization techniques you can analyze, visualize and better understand your location data, whether it´s personal or business related.
BBVA brings to you this event in partnership with Kimono Labs, CartoDB and Stamen, leaders in visualization and APIs, to show you the tools and techniques to gather, analyze and visualize data around you. You will learn how to extract and create value from location data, communicate it effectively and build applications based on the data.
* Discover how BBVA is opening up credit card transactions data and creating API's to let developers build applications on top of it.
* Build visualizations with simple web tools, or leverage Kimono Labs and the CartoDB´s Platform to build powerful dynamic geospatial applications:
a) Create an API off any web page with Kimono Labs - and build with it: create directories, monitor competitor's prices, calibrate true prices across industries
b) Analyze and visualize your data with CartoDB: design beautiful visualizations with a simple web editor. Check out how different organizations are using the CartoDB Platform to build geospatial applications
* Discover state of the art visualization projects from cutting edge visualisation studio Stamen.
This event is brought to you by BBVA in partnership with:
Kimono Labs lets you turn websites into APIs in seconds. APIfy the web and create dynamic applications out of any static website.
CartoDB helps you make sense of your location data, enabling anyone to create a map. Create dynamic data maps and visualizations without leaving your browser. Twitter, NPS, Deloitte and the Wall Street Journal among others use CartoDB to create visualizations and build geo-applications.
Stamen is a design and technology studio in San Francisco. Stament designs and builds maps and data visualizations in San Francisco's Mission District for a wide variety of happy clients, that include Google, MTV, Yahoo, MySociety, MSNBC, Digg, Trulia...
07 November 2014
General Assembly, 501 Folsom (1st and Folsom) San Francisco, California 94105. Register here for free!See map
Three days in which some of the leading experts in open banking and new banking services will present the latest developments in the sector on issues such as payment management, the importance of data in the new financial era and the situation of European banking In this stage.
A round table where the current and future situation of open banking and the new paradigm of APIs as a key business tool will be analyzed.
The largest national congress dedicated to means of payment, identity management and transaction security.