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  • Waze
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Tyler Bell

Tyler Bell
Product Lead, Geo Technologies, Yahoo! Inc.


Tyler has spent 15 years working with the spatial and geoinformatic technologies that enrich the Internet and drive its mobile potential. After receiving his doctorate from Oxford University he founded spatial technologies startup. He is currently the Product Lead for the Yahoo! Geo Technologies Group.


Location: Regency Ballroom
Tyler Bell (Yahoo! Inc.)
Open Location is an convenient term that aptly describes an emerging trend apparent in the geo sector: the increasing availability and openness of the core data and tools used to represent, analyze, and visualize geo- and geo-informed data. This talk provides an overview, highlights why it acts as a healthy crucible for the industry, and details contributions from the Yahoo! Geo Technologies team Read more.
Location: Regency Ballroom
Danny Sullivan (Search Engine Land), Tyler Bell (Yahoo! Inc.), Michael Halbherr (Nokia), Marc Prioleau (CloudMade), Mark Law (MapQuest)
All of our beautiful geodata has to be paid for somehow. The convential wisdom is that on main way will be through search. Search expert Danny Sullivan will share his thinking on the latest advances across all of the search engines. Read more.