Steve Gray is currently working as a Researcher at the Center for Advanced Spatial Analysis at UCL (University College London). Steve has been a spatial software developer for the past five years, making visualising complex datasets on maps easier.
With over 10 years' professional software development under his belt, he has built multiple award-winning systems and his work has been featured in various worldwide media outlets (CNN, BBC, etc).
In recent years he has specialised in building mobile applications (mainly iOS) and systems that open up the world of data visualisation, mining and analysis to the masses. He can sometimes be found on StackOverflow – answering questions about Google Maps API and the iOS SDK.
Steven also gives lectures and workshops to academics and industry partners on using Google Docs and Fusion Tables to create compelling visualisations to showcase on Google Maps and Google Earth. His current research focuses on distributed high-performance computing and analysing large datasets in real-time (while mapping the results!).
In his spare time, you'll find Steven walking long distances, climbing mountains, composing music or playing the piano or trumpet.
Talks I've Given
What’s my car thinking? - A different type of mobile computing
Featuring Steven Gray
We have all heard in the news of the rise of car manufacturers lying to drivers about their car's performance, but what happens if you own an old car? Do you even have or use a car in London? If not then you might not care.android maps cloud