Service-Oriented Software Research Network (SOSoRNET) and Centre for Geospatial Science, University of Nottingham would like to invite you to join us for a two day workshop on geospatial web services which will be held at the University of Nottingham. Participation in the workshop is free but limited to 50 people on first come registration basis.
The key aims of this workshop are:
- to hear presentations from leading academic and industry players on their research on geospatial web services technology
- to network and develop ideas for future collaborative research in geospatial web services
- to understand current developments in geospatial web services with focus on generalization and schematization research.
For more information and to register, please go to:
6th Annual GEOINT Tech Days
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The leading northeastern geoweb industry event will return Spring 2011 with Shane Lennon (Gypsii), Mark Watkins (Goby), Josh Rochlin (Xtify), Chris Grayson (Humble/ARNY) and many more to be announced in the coming days and weeks.
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.
The price to attend is $85, which is payable at the time of registration.
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The objective of this webinar is to educate the geospatial community (users
and executive management) on some of the key legal issues associated with
collecting, using and licensing geospatial data. Attendees will get a
lawyer's perspective on several areas of law, including privacy,
intellectual property, licensing, data quality and liability that impact
* Kevin Pomfret, Attorney, LeClair Ryan LLP, Executive Director, Center
for Spatial Law and Policy; OGC Board Member
* Kara John, Senior Vice President, Intellectual Property & Privacy,
* Peter Schreiber, Attorney and Lead Counsel, ESRI
This online event will last for 90 minutes, with a substantial amount of
time dedicated to a "live" question and answer session for attendees.
Attendees will learn:
* What issues a lawyer considers important with respect to protecting
intellectual property rights
* How lawyers deal with issues such as privacy and liability in a
* How a license agreement can be used to allocate business and legal
risk associated with a transaction
* What the key provisions are for a spatial data license agreement
* What are the legal ramifications of location-based services
The 25th annual conference of the Geoscience Information Consortium (GIC) is held at the Geological Survey of Slovenia (6th floor), Dimiceva ulica 14, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
The event is the seventh in the series jointly organised by ESA and EUSC, and by JRC since 2009.
The dramatic increase in volume, details, diversity and complexity and the increase in user demand for simultaneous access to multi-domain data urgently require new approaches for image information mining, multi-domain information management, and knowledge management and sharing (in support of information mining and training). This year's conference continues to focus on automation in support of applications and services for geospatial intelligence, for which Image Information Mining is of very high interest.
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.