W3C/OGC Workshop: Linking Geospatial Data, London

W3C/OGC Workshop: Linking Geospatial Data, London 

5th – 6th March 2014, Campus London, Shoreditch
Call for Participation
What are best examples of data-driven Web applications you’ve ever seen? The updates to Open Street Map after the Haiti earthquake? The mapping of all 9,966,539 buildings in the Netherlands? The NHS Prescription data? Things like SF Park that help you

January 9th, 2014|News, Workshops|

Geospatial World Forum 2013

The Geospatial World Forum will be held from 13-16 May 2013 at Beurs-World Trade Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

With the theme Monetising Geospatial Value and Practices the conference aims to assess ways in which each geospatial stakeholder community, be it the government decision makers, end-users or technology developers/providers can extract the maximum utility and benefits out

July 5th, 2012|Conferences, News, Workshops|

The INSPIRE Conference 2012, Istanbul, June 23-27, 2012.

INSPIRE Conference 2012, call for papers.
The INSPIRE Conference 2012 will be held in June 23-27, 2012 in Istanbul, Turkey.
The theme of this year’s edition is “Sharing Environmental Information, Sharing Innovation”.
With the introduction of the INSPIRE Directive 2007/2, the policy landscape for sharing environmental information has changed drastically. The Commission Communication on the Shared Environmental Information

February 1st, 2012|Conferences, News, Workshops|

AGIT and GI_Forum Symposiums. 4-6 July 2012, Salzburg, Austria

AGIT 2012 – GI Impulse vernetzen
4 – 6 July 2012 brings the University of Salzburg back into the center of the international Geoinformatics community: Three days full of information, exchange of new ideas and valuable impulses for their own work expected to more than 1,000 academics, users and providers of geospatial information technologies. More than 200 high

December 2nd, 2011|Conferences, News, Workshops|

15th AGILE Conference, 24-27 April 2012, Avignon, France.

“Bridging the Geographic Information Sciences”
Fifteen years after the publication of “Geographic Information Research: Bridging the Atlantic”, edited by Max Craglia, one of the founders of AGILE, and Helen Couclelis from the NCGIA, you are invited to attend the 15th AGILE International Conference. As the bridges of Avignon and the Gard which have crossed the History, as the painter Van Gogh who travelled from the Netherlands to South of France, we shall try to emphasize the research in geoinformation science, geomatics and spatial analysis where different disciplines, epistemologies and scientific cultures meet.
On behalf of the AGILE council, we invite you to participate in the next AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science that will be held in Avignon, France.

December 2nd, 2011|Conferences, News, Workshops|