Conference

Geospatial World Forum - Monetizing Geospatial Value & Practices

Start: 
Monday, 2013-05-13
End: 
Thursday, 2013-05-16
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Save the dates for the premier geospatial industry event, the Geospatial World Forum, scheduled for 13 – 16 May, 2013 at Beurs-World Trade Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. With the theme “Monetising Geospatial Value and Practices”, the conference will invite discussions on ways each geospatial stakeholder community – government decision makers, end-users or technology providers – can extract the maximum utility and benefits out of their investments in geospatial infrastructure and carry forward the value created by this industry. Paper abstracts are invited on themes related to geospatial technology and its application. Deadline for abstracts is 15 October 2012. Visit www.geospatialworldforum.org for more information.

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GEOSS Sensor Web Workshop - Ibaraki, Japan

Start: 
Thursday, 2009-05-21
End: 
Friday, 2009-05-22
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GEOSS has the objective to continuously monitor the state of the earth in order to increase knowledge and understanding of our planet and its processes. Being a system of system, GEOSS has to master the challenge of integrating heterogeneous systems across institutional and political boundaries. Timely delivery of earth observation data is a key aspect in identifying potential natural and human threats, such as tornados, tsunamis, wild fires, or algae blooms. The third workshop of the Sensor Web series invites you to come to Japan to present your current activities and opinions in the context of Sensor Web or Sensor Network applications. Building on the achievements of the first two workshops (see reports on: http://www.sensorweb-alliance.org), this workshop continues the very successful discussions and knowledge exchange about interoperable sensor networks.
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GEOSS Workshop XL – Managing Drought through Earth Observation

Start: 
Sunday, 2011-04-10
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GEOSS Workshop XL – Managing Drought through Earth Observation 
Organised in association with IEEE ICEO, OGC, ISPRS, and CSIRO
Location and Date: Building 5, University of technology, Sydney, Australia
Sunday, April 10th, 2011

This one-day workshop will bring together the Earth Observation community, modeling, and other water management communities to look at issues of drought and management approaches in various regions (Asia/Australia, America, Europe and Africa) and the needs of the community for GEOSS-derived information. The workshop will consist of a series of presentations, breakout sessions and discussions. A report will be written, with recommendations for GEOSS.
This workshop is associated with ISRSE in Sydney.
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GEOSS Workshop XL – Managing Drought through Earth Observation

Start: 
Sunday, 2011-04-10
End: 
Sunday, 2011-04-10
Details: 
GEOSS Workshop XL – Managing Drought through Earth Observation 
Organised in association with IEEE ICEO, OGC, ISPRS, and CSIRO
Location and Date: Building 5, University of technology, Sydney, Australia
Sunday, April 10th, 2011

This one-day workshop will bring together the Earth Observation community, modeling, and other water management communities to look at issues of drought and management approaches in various regions (Asia/Australia, America, Europe and Africa) and the needs of the community for GEOSS-derived information. The workshop will consist of a series of presentations, breakout sessions and discussions. A report will be written, with recommendations for GEOSS.
This workshop is associated with ISRSE in Sydney.

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