Professor Areola Olusegun

Deputy Vice Chancellor

Bells University of Technology Ota

Honourable Nura Dansoho

Member House of Assemble- Taraba State - Jalingo 1 Rep

Dr. Ahmed Halilu Shaba

The Director,
Strategic Space Applications
National Space Research & Development Agency (NARSDA)    



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DAY 1 – 23rd NOVEMBER,2017


Session ID

Agenda item


Registration  and help desk


Conference   exhibition


Conference welcome address

09:10 – 09:40

Prof Areola Olusegun
(Bells University of Technology, Ota)

09:40 – 11:40


Introduction to ArcGIS Pro apps development.

11:40 – 12:10


Dr. Ahmed Halilu Shaba

12:10 – 1:00




Technical Paper

“Road Traffic and Safety Management in Nigeria- The role of Geographic Information System”
Corps Marshal
Federal Road Safety Corps

1:15 – 2:15


GeoSpatial Safety Management Procedures
VOJC Consultants UK

2:15 – 2:45


Honorable Nura Dansoho
Member House of Assemble – Taraba State Jalingo

2:45 – 3:00

Technical Paper


3:00 – 5:00


OpenGeo Suite and QGIS for Apps Development

5:00 – 5:20



5:20 – 5:30


Economics of satellite remote sensing technology and the place of the nigerian space progrmme
Kenneth abaagu uchua



Study on urban routing system based on the internet of things and ubiquitous GIS

Somayeh Rokhsari et al



Development of a geospatial software for cadastral survey data processing and management.
Ajayi, oluibukun gbenga1

5:50- 6:00

ESRI Product

ArcGIS 10.6 beta version


                                                                           DAY 2 – 24TH NOVEMBER,2017


Session Id

Agenda Item

08:00- 1:00

Registration  and Help Desk



Conference   Exhibition




Establishing relationships between urban heat island effect and land use/land cover types in parts of Ibadan, Nigeria using landsat 8 oli images
Opeyemi o Tope-Ajayi et al




Super resolution mapping of trees using sentinel-2 satellite imagery
Nduji Nixon




Assessment of land surface temperature in Kano metropolis and its suburbs
Simon Susan et al




Spatial temporal analyses of police stations and crime hotspots in Lagos metropolis
Aina Abidemi




Assessment of land consumption rate and population change in owerri, nigeria using remote sensing and GIS techniques
Chikwendu Lazarus




Spatial analysis along a network: human and environmental exposure to pipeline hydrocarbon pollution in the Niger Delta
C.B. Obida,et al




Using a multi- criteria decision technique in mapping flood vulnerability of the island areas of Lagos state and its environs.
Hudson E. Irivbogbe1 et al.




Land-use change mapping and analyses using GIS: a case study of ikeja local government area of Lagos state.
Hudson E. Irivbogbe et al




Changes in landuse and encroachment: evidence from Festac town in Lagos state
Hudson E. Irivbogbe1, et al




A gis-based flood vulnerability and risk mapping of Nigeria coastal city – an analytical hierarchy process approach
Samuel O. Akande  et al.





Spatial distribution of telecommunication masts and their hazards in Kano metropolis, Nigeria.
A. U. Isiaka




Application of geographical information system in crime mapping: a case study in a Nigerian local government area
Surv. Oseni et al




Analysis of urban sprawl using geospatial techniques in the federal capital city of Abuja, Nigeria.
Mfoniso A. Enoh

Modelling and Assesing flood risk in an urban area: A case study of Lagos Island LGA and Environs in Lagos State.
Hudson E. Irivbogbe1, et al




Spatial patterns of soil moisture content in the vicinity of a horizontal gas flaring site in owaza, southeast Nigeria
Irondi Onyekachi




Female gender involvement in humanitarian crowdsourced mapping using openstreetmap global web atlas in Africa
Nmasinachi P.Dim




Assessment of the relative accuracy of canopy height models developed from uav and lidar sourced datasets for forest tree height estimation in temperate forests
Jefferson A. Okojie et al




Gis-based site suitability analysis for siting buildings using fuzzy multi-criteria - approach in part of Gidan Kwano campus, fut minna
Abdullahi A. Kuta




Flood vulnerability mapping using participatory approachin selected communities downstream of Shiroro and Jebba dams Nigeria
Muhammad Bala Aliyu