GeoWeb 2007

Monday, 2007-07-23
Friday, 2007-07-27

From Mashups to Infrastructure—GeoWeb 2007

GeoWeb 2007’s principal theme, “From Mashups to Infrastructure,” reflects the breadth, the evolution and the growing maturity of the GeoWeb. This theme acknowledges the highly visible consumer applications that helped spawn the GeoWeb while emphasizing that the GeoWeb is increasingly playing a meaningful role in mainstream, mission-critical applications. As such, the GeoWeb is now a key component in critical decision-making across a broad spectrum of market segments and application domains.

The Call for Papers for GeoWeb 2007 is now closed. Check back soon for program details.


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GeoWeb 2007 Key Facts
Date July 23rd-27th, 2007
Location Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Venue Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue
Expected Attendance 350-400
Type of Audience International senior decision-makers, industry leaders and technologists
Types of Markets

• Defense and Homeland Security
• Consumer and Business Services
• Oil, Gas and Energy
• Nautical/Aeronautical information Systems
• Insurance and Risk Management
• Transportation and Logistics
• Utilities
• Municipal Information Systems & GSDI
• Property and Asset Management
• Building Information Model (BIM)
• Emergency Response and Disaster Management
• Environmental Systems

The Geospatial Web

This newly released book outlines the concept of the GeoWeb and references last year's GeoWeb conference. Get details now.

Edited by: Arno Scharl, Prof Klaus Tochtermann
Know-Center and Graz University of Technology
Graz, Austria

Also, read coverage of last year's GeoWeb event from Earth Imaging Newsletter and Geospatial Solutions.


European Geosciences General Assembly - Vienna, Austria

Sunday, 2010-05-02
Friday, 2010-05-07
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Agro-Geoinformatics 2012 - Shanghai, China

Thursday, 2012-08-02
Saturday, 2012-08-04

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Geospatial Intelligence Middle East 2013

Monday, 2013-05-13
Wednesday, 2013-05-15

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5th International 3D GeoInfo Workshop 2010 - Berlin, Germany

Wednesday, 2010-11-03
Thursday, 2010-11-04

Welcome to Berlin

The 5th International 3D GeoInfo Workshop 2010 aims at bringing together international state-of-the-art research and facilitating the dialogue on emerging topics in the field of 3D geo-information. In recent years, research has focused on improving 3D data acquisition technology through remote sensing, photogrammetry, laser altimetry techniques (LiDAR), and visualization technology (3D CAD and Virtual Reality (VR) system) for 3D urban environments. The resulting 3D models can be maintained in several types of 3D models: TEN (Tetrahedral Network), Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG) models, Regular Polytopes, TIN Boundary representation and 3D volume quad edge structure, layered/topology models, voxel based models, 3D models used in urban planning/polyhedrons, and n-dimensional models including time. However, researchers still face many challenges today regarding the development of suitable data models representing topological relationships among 3D spatial objects in built environments.


Smart Grid and Spatial Data Infrastructure; interoperability challenges now and in the future - Ispra, Italy

Wednesday, 2011-10-05
Friday, 2011-10-07

CEN/TC 287 Geographic information, in collaboration with the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) will host a workshop, a part of the Enviroinfo Conference week. This workshop is sponsored by Sparx Systems. Every smart grid device and phenomenon has a location, and thus communicating location information is a critical smart grid requirement.