Smart Korea 2010, South Korea

Wednesday, 2010-09-01
Friday, 2010-09-03

The Korean government invites you to participate in 'Smart Korea 2010'.

Smart Korea 2010 will take place in In-San city near Seoul, South, 1-3 September 2010. It is hosted by the Korean government (MLTM, Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs of Korea) in charge of GIS.

More than 3000 people working in GIS and GIS related fields from Korea and abroad have been invited to participate in this annual event. MLTM has invited non-GIS professionals to participate as well. If you attend, you can see all of the Korean GIS developed by government, industry and academics. It will also be a good place for you to share your GIS experience.

The organizer is currently seeking submissions for those wishing to participate in the conference and exhibition. All companies and governments that would like to participate in this event based on their GIS experience, will be welcomed.

More information such as the program, exhibition info, registration, etc. are here:


LI GeoCloud - The Location Intelligence for Geospatial Cloud Computing Executive Symposium

Wednesday, 2010-09-22
Wednesday, 2010-09-22

Knight Conference Center at the Newseum, Washington DC

Cost: $495 until August 1; $595 thereafter.

Time: 8:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. with a reception to 7:30 p.m.

On the horizon for geospatial technology is the potential forhosting applications using a cloud computing solution. We introduced this topic at Location Intelligence 2009 and it was by far a topic that needed additional discussion. So, in 2010, we will focus the conference entirely on this topic in a one-day executive symposium at the Newseum in Washington DC. Topics will address Software as a Service (SaaS), virtualization, Platform as a Service (PaaS), OGC web standards, business models, geospatial data delivery and other topics.


Defense Geospatial Intelligence DGI 2011

Monday, 2011-01-24
Thursday, 2011-01-27


Defence Geospatial Intelligence 2011

24th - 27th January

QEII Centre, London

Defence Geospatial Intelligence (DGI) is Europe's largest and most international annual gathering dedicated to the high-level discussion of the importance and the major challenges of the use of geospatial intelligence in both defence and national security operations.

DGI brings together 700 heads of Geospatial Intelligence, Remote Sensing, GIS Mapping, Satellite Imagery and Analysis within the Military, Governmental and National Security sectors. It attracts professionals who are responsible for using, and integrating, geo based capabilities in their operations and organisations. DGI provides a unique forum for defense intelligence to discuss and debate the development of geospatial intelligence capabilities across the globe in defence and security sectors.

Addressing the use of geospatial information in scenarios such as international conflicts, defence intelligence operations, C4ISR, humanitarian disasters, crime, national security, border control, arms treaty monitoring and global climate change; a fundamental objective of DGI is to help organisations understand how to build the necessary infrastructure and architecture to take advantage of geospatial intelligence (geoint) capabilities.

For more information: - Call us on +44 (0) 207 368 9465 - Email us at - Visit 


Geospatial Law Webinar

Tuesday, 2010-06-29
Tuesday, 2010-06-29

Event URL:

The price to attend is $85, which is payable at the time of registration.
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Webinar Information: 

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
geospatial operations.

Speakers include:

   * 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,
DMTI Spatial
   * 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