This two-day general session will assemble the Key Organizations and the Senior Leading Experts that are shaping the direction of Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) current requirements and exposing the many future capabilities for the services and public service sectors. Industry plays an increasing role in providing ISR assets across a very broad range of needed missions – including but not limited to: Persistent Global Surveillance & Global Strike, Counter-intelligence & Counterterrorism, Maritime Domain Awareness, Space Defense, Anti-Access and Contested Global Commons. ISR and evolving technologies clearly being an imperative need in Irregular Warfare has resulted in operational surges in both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Carl Reed, CTO, the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) will be among the speakers.The conference will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada
The 2012 Middle East Geospatial Forum will take our engagement with the
stakeholders to the next level and build on our objective of propagating
and promoting the significant usage of geospatial technology as a tool
that serves varied domains. The conference will be based on a carefully
designed plan with plenary sessions that feature an array of celebrated
speakers from around the globe, who will bring along with them a wealth
of knowledge and expertise to the Middle East geospatial community.
The conference will also have an exhibition area where companies from
all over the region will showcase some of the latest developments taking
place in the field. In all, the conference will offer a delectable
blend of precious information with ample networking opportunity.
In 2012, Directions Magazine and Oracle are collaborating to offer consecutive events over two days in Washington, DC. First, on May 22, Directions Magazine's Location Intelligence Conference will offer a multi-track program exploring the latest industry trends. Then, on May 23, the Oracle Spatial User Conference will offer a day of technical deep dives and use case sessions around Oracle's spatial technologies. Attendees may attend either event on its own, or both together. Held in an exclusive venue in Washington, DC, both events will include tracks of value to senior management, C-level directors, as well as developers.
Interoperability 360 intends to discuss the theoretical and practical aspects of the interoperability of systems, services, data, organisations, people, and disciplines from a holistic perspective. Traditional notions of syntactic and semantic interoperability offer only a limited view of what is needed in practice, and do not prepare you for applications in the real world. To fill this gap, the week draws on real-life experience in a global setting, contrasting an approach backed by legislation (INSPIRE), with one based on voluntary contributions (the Global Earth Observatons System of Systems or GEOSS).
The conference will be held in Florence (Firenze), Italy.
FOSS GIS 2012 is the leading German open source geospatial software conference.
The GIS for the United Nations and the International Community Conference is organised by UNITAR’s Operational Satellite Application Programme (UNOSAT) and Esri to bring awareness of the positive potential for GIS professionals to work together on global issues ranging from disasters to climate change and humanitarian assistance. From an office in Geneva to a refugee camp in Africa, GIS enables better collaboration, visualization, and rapid dissemination of critical information when and where it's needed most. Empowering action in territorial planning, as well as in response operations, requires a true geographical understanding of the complex challenges being faced.
Join us to
- Understand how to make critical information more accessible and actionable
- Develop and direct strategies on how to best apply
geographic information science to devise better responses to regional
and global challenges
- Discover how to better organize and manage information,
resources, and people through improved visibility, communication, and
- Participate in building a community to expand capacity and understanding at all levels
The Geospatial Intelligence Middle East Summit 2012 will explore recent technological advances and how they can be organised into a fully integrated and interoperable enterprise to meet the unique requirements here in the Middle East. Themes include how you can use social media for Geospatial Intelligence support, and how to effectively build a unified and integrated database or web service for all government operations to include support for maritime and national security operations.
GEOSPACE EUROPE 2012 is the forerunner in providing cutting edge Defense Geospatial intelligence technologies. The ever evolving world of Geospatial Intelligence is changing the way in which the Earth's surface and atmosphere is being perceived. New advancements in Defense technologies are paving the way for interoperability and integration for key decision makers. GEOSPACE EUROPE 2012 will bring together military, government and defense manufacturers to resolve challenges in intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and situational awareness.
Far more than a mere communication device, mobiles now serve as our books, health monitors, payment transfer devices, social connectors and tour guides. Mobile technology is embedded in our cars, homes, appliances, governments and utilities. Mobile is enhancing and expanding education and thus, transforming the world. Mobile World Congress 2012 will celebrate the current state of mobile and offer a glimpse into where mobile has the potential to go next.
The theme of the plenary is industry and governments working together to implement interoperability. Dr. Paul Kaminski, Chairman of the US Department of Defense Science Board, and Gen(ret) Harald Kujat, former Chairman of NATO’s Military Committee are just a few the featured speakers along with senior industry executives.
Topics that will be explored in depth include market conditions providing the demand for interoperability, the transition of the NCOIC business case responding to the market, and a discussion by senior customers and industry executives of the need for interoperability for coalition and joint operations. The plenary session will provide an excellent opportunity to hear from those in a position to influence either RFPs or the responding proposals.
Additionally there will be a series of business and technical discussions that will tie business objectives with technical capabilities to allow industry understanding of customer views and customers of industry concerns.