ISPRS Workshop on Geospatial Data Infrastructure: from data acquisition and updating to smarter services

Thursday, 2011-10-20
Friday, 2011-10-21

Goal of spatial data infrastructure (SDI) is to improve quality and reduce costs related to geographic information, to increase the benefits of using available data, and to establish key partnerships with states, counties, cities, tribal nations, academia and the private sector to increase data availability.

With efforts of previous years, datasets of various types have been produced at global, national, regional, city level. Recently much demand on service and application of SDI has been raised and much attention has been paid to data updating, data harmonization, and geo-spatial cyberinfrastructure that aims at solving the problem of efficiently connecting data, computers, and people over the Internet.

The objective of the workshop is to provide a platform for scholars and professionals in relevant areas to exchange research ideas and interests, to present the newest research results, to discuss the cutting-edge technology, and to promote the development and application of SDI and the international collaboration.


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.


Location Intelligence Conference 2007

Monday, 2007-04-16
Wednesday, 2007-04-18

Join us at Location Intelligence Conference 2007
April 16-18, 2007, Parc 55 Hotel, San Francisco


Register for the Conference Now

Choose from Over 100 Presentations in Three Tracks

** Enterprise Location Intelligence
** Dynamic Geospatial Content
** Mobility & Location-based Services

Get Ahead On Emerging Location Technology by Attending Two Half-day Workshops

** Google's Geo Products (presented by Google)
** Hands-on with MapQuest Advantage API (presented by MapQuest)
** Introduction to Neogeography (presented by High Earth Orbit)
** Sharing Maps Through Interoperable Open Source Applications (presented by OSGeo, Autodesk and the Open Planning Project)
** Enterprise GIS Trends and Methods (presented by ESRI)
** Standards for Convergence (presented by the OGC)
** Spatially Enabling the Enterprise (presented by CH2M HILL)
** Integration between ArcGIS and Business Objects BI Platform (presented by Business Objects)
** Workshop by Oracle (Topic TBD)
** Workshop by Microsoft (Topic TBD)

** Special Birds of a Feather session for MapGuide Technology...Open to all Attendees!

Attendees can attend two workshops with their full registration. Register now to get first choice of workshops (seating is limited)

Book your room at the Parc 55 and don't forget to mention that you are with the conference to get the discounted rate!

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Our Gold Sponsors
Tele AtlasMetaCartaFirst AmericanDeCartaDigital GlobeMicrosoft

Our Silver Sponsors

TerraGo, Safe Software, GfK Geomarketing, RedSky Technologies, DMTI Spatial, GeoDecisions, Placebase, Tele Atlas, NAVTEQ, Zoom LBS, Telogis, TruePosition, Synergos Technologies, Environic Analytics, geoVue, Business Objects, Thetus Corporation, Geolabour, SSS Research, Immersive Media, and AWhere.

Additional Sponsors include
Synergos Technologies, 3D Route, MapInfo, Synthegis, 3D Route, MapAsia, and Korem

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Location Intelligence Conference 2009

Monday, 2009-10-05
Wednesday, 2009-10-07
The 2009 Location Intelligence Conference provides a forum for sponsors and exhibitors to promote their enabling technologies  geospatial solutions that support and enhance the development, application and integration of location technology to significantly improve performance and productivity and to enable the location intelligent enterprise. The world is sold on geospatial technologies. We see these technologies being used everywhere: Managing telecommunications, mitigating terrorist threats, and locating retail stores as well as finding the most efficient routes for supply chain management and many other applications. But in a challenging economic climate, how will corporations leverage location technology to streamline business processes? Come to LI 2009 and find out. visit: