Conference

GEOSS Workshop XXI-Air Quality and Health

Start: 
Wednesday, 2008-07-02
End: 
Wednesday, 2008-07-02
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Organizers: ISPRS, IEEE, OGC
Cost: Free
Content: Announcement Preliminary Program
Please register at
  http://www.isprs2008-beijing.org/Registration_Reg.aspx,if you intend to participate in WS-3 and the Congress.
Please complete WS-3 registration form (PDF, WORD) and e-mail it to registration [at] isprs2008-beijing.org, if you only attend WS-3.
http://www.isprs2008-beijing.org/tutorials.htm#ws3
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GEOSS Workshop XXII: Air Quality and Coastal Ecosystems

Start: 
Sunday, 2008-07-06
End: 
Sunday, 2008-07-06
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Fee: No fee; open participation. 

This one day IGARSS pre-conference workshop is focused on Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) engineering, implementation of the GEOSS information infrastructure, and GEOSS emerging applications and pilot projects. The workshop will also provide a forum for discussing the development and operational issues of Air Quality and Coastal Ecosystems. Specific emphasis will be on the overarching engineering challenges for this system of systems.

For more information, refer to the website: http://www.ieee-earth.org/ and go to GEOSS and then workshops at the top of the home page, or contact one of the following organizers:

David Arctur (darctur [at] ogcii.org); Gary Foley (foley.gary [at] epa.gov); Al Gasiewski (al.gasiewski [at] colorado.edu); Francoise Pearlman (francoise.pearlman [at] ieee.org)
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GEOSS Workshop XXVII - Oceans: Understanding the Oceans Integrated Observation Systems including subsurface sensors

Start: 
Sunday, 2009-05-10
End: 
Sunday, 2009-05-10
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May 10, 2009     Bremen, Germany

This one day workshop will explore the status of existing ocean observation systems and data portals for the Global Earth Observation System of Systems – GEOSS. The discussion will focus on the ability to build on existing systems to develop a global coordinated information and data system for ocean monitoring to better understand the dynamics of the deep-ocean processes throughout the ocean water column (ref GEO subtask CL-09-02d).

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GeoTec Event 2010

Start: 
Tuesday, 2010-04-13
End: 
Thursday, 2010-04-15
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GeoTec Event 2010 is Canada's premier geospatial technology conference. Now in its 24th year, the 2010 event continues the tradition of offering an exceptional program focusing on the latest trends in technology and applications.

GeoTec caters to a wide audience of business experts, senior academics and technology specialists. We consistently develop a program that addresses the concerns of all users of GIS, imagery and geospatial data.

In addition, we identify respected speakers to present high-quality, timely papers of specific interest to residents within and around the Toronto region; we offer a vibrant, informative trade show, showcasing software, hardware and services; and we offer an ideal forum for networking and exchanging ideas.

GeoTec includes general sessions covering a variety of topics, and, in addition to the regular program, we include two keynote presentations from high-profile, knowledgeable members of the community. Also, we offer two panel discussions-one comprised of members of GeoWorld magazine's editorial advisory board, and another roundtable discussion with senior executives who address a specific topic currently relevant in the geospatial technology industry. Next year, our roundtable panel will address the topic of data: their accuracy, availability and dissemination process.


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GeoWeb 2007

Start: 
Monday, 2007-07-23
End: 
Friday, 2007-07-27
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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.

 

GeoWeb sponsorships are still available! Click here for sponsorship details.

Want more information? Please info [at] geoweb.org (contact us)!


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.

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GeoWeb 2009 - Vancouver, BC, Canada

Start: 
Monday, 2009-07-27
End: 
Friday, 2009-07-31
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GeoWeb conferences focus exclusively on geographic information systems, the Internet, and the economic potential associated with their convergence. GeoWeb 2009 will continue the tradition of focusing on the reciprocal impact of the Web and Geographic Information as well as the ever-increasing need for collaboration in light of global economic and environmental concerns. GeoWeb 2009 is for everyone! Representatives from both public and private organizations are invited to meet, discuss and learn about today's most innovative geospatial technologies. Be sure to save the date and join us this coming summer as we explore and unlock the future of the GeoWeb! Registration begins online April 2, 2009.
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