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.
Geoweb Summit #7
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Dumbo Spot, Brooklyn, New York
"Connecting the digital realm to physical location"
The geoweb connects the digital realm to physical location, through location-based services, GIS, hyperlocal media, digital out-of-home, internet of things and augmented reality.
Geoweb Forum is a community platform for pioneers in the emerging geoweb industry.
Discount on registration: http://geowebsummit.eventbrite.com/?discount=OGC
spatial@gov® is the geospatial event organised in conjunction with the peak organisations in Australia and New Zealand representing trhe public, private, research and professional sectors of the spatial community. Themes for this year's conference include:
- Water Security
- Government Spatial Activities in Other Countries
- Access to Government Spatial Information
- Emergency Response
- The Spatial Framework for Virtual Australia
Steven Ramage the OGC's Executive Director Marketing & Communications, will speak.
The theme of the 2013 symposium will be Earth Observation and Global Environmental Change - 50 Years of Remote Sensing: Progress and Prospects. With the increased accessibility of interactive maps and virtual globes, along with the proliferation of spatially-aware devices and sensors, Earth observation is experiencing a kind of rebirth with unprecedented potential for innovation and discovery. It is an exciting time to be involved in the field, and the 35th ISRSE is being held for the first time in China, a nation with huge investments in both Earth observation technology and environmental science.
The OGC will lead a workshop at ISRSE35 on 21 April: " Interoperability, GEOSS Implementation Pilots and Remote Sensing of the Environment; Real World Case Studies". We look forward to seeing you there!