An effective map portrays a place, delivers a message, or reveals a
pattern with representational accuracy and visual clarity. How to make
that happen is the subject of this workshop, which gives GIS
practitioners the practical information and techniques needed to create
effective, successful maps in any display medium.
Free and open source software (FOSS) has been offering choices to
computer users for a number of years. Over the past few years the open
source choices in GIS have been broader and more capable than ever
before. This workshop will focus on GIS open source software. It will
give an overview of current developments from technical and management
perspectives. Selected packages and their applications in various
projects will be demonstrated and discussed.
Spatial Information Day (SID 2011) and the South Australian Spatial Excellence Awards (SASEA 2011) will be held on Friday 5 August 2011 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.. The full day SID 2011 program will be followed by the SASEA 2011 dinner.
Start planning today for the 2011 Annual Conference in Philadelphia. Don’t miss the industry’s best opportunity to make powerful connections
with executives, dispatchers, and technicians involved in all aspects
of public safety communications – from law enforcement to PSAPs to
In many organizations the quality control process
is a long procedure requiring many hours of dedication. In addition,
the quality control process is often not centrally managed, resulting in
repetition and inefficient practices. The ArcGIS Data Reviewer is an
extension to ArcGIS Desktop that provides a complete system to help
simplify the quality control processes. Using the Community Maps
Template, we will explore how the ArcGIS Data Reviewer creates a more
efficient quality control cycle by managing the quality control process.
The seminar will conclude with an introduction to ArcGIS Server and map
caching. Caching enables GIS users to deploy maps to their audience
without having to worry about performance since cached services return a
collection of images rather than a series of individual layers.
The overall scope of this conference is to offer an interdisciplinary,
international forum for sharing knowledge about the application of
Geoinformatics with focus on developing countries. The content
is twofold and participative. There will be professional training and
workshops about current topics in the fields of Photogrammetry and
Geoinformatics as well as reports (presentations) from the participants
about applications and developments in their countries. Accepted papers
will be published in the conference proceedings.
The 19th edition of PhotoImageBrazil will present the latest in digital
photography and related services connected with the sector, bringing
together in one place the major manufacturers, importers of photographic
equipment and accessories. At the same time will be held the Forum
Located in the King’s Manor, part of the University of York and one of the historic
city’s most attractive and unusual sites, this conference aims to bring together
working group members, researchers, developers and practitioners to discuss research,
technological developments and projects relating to the cultural heritage application
of survey and other close range image measurement techniques.
GIS Development with an intent to expand its activities and programs in
Latin American continent is expanding its network of conferences in
Latin America and is developing a regional conference for geospatial
industry. Though there is no dearth of conferences in this region too,
but we at GIS Development believe the Latin American Geospatial Forum
will contribute an intern ational platform for information exchange and
meaningful dialogue between and amongst various stakeholder of Latin
American Geospatial Industry.
The theme of this year’s conference, Strategic Partnerships for Effective Policing: Making the Right Connections for the Right Reasons,
will focus on providing insightful and energetic presentations,
distinctive and accomplished speakers, and informative plenary
sessions. Presenters with varying backgrounds and areas of expertise
will await the delegates of this year’s conference.
The ISDE is a non-political, non-governmental and not-for-profit international organisation, principally for promotion of academic exchange, science and technology innovation, education, and international collaboration. The purpose of the society is to promote international cooperation on the Digital Earth vision, and enable the Digital Earth technology to play key roles inter alia, in economic and social sustainable development, environmental protection, disaster mitigation, natural resources conservation and improvement of human being's living standard.
ISDE is a non-political, non-governmental and not-for-profit international organisation, principally for promotion of academic exchange, science and technology innovation, education, and international collaboration. The purpose of the society is to promote international cooperation on the Digital Earth vision, and enable the Digital Earth technology to play key roles inter alia, in economic and social sustainable development, environmental protection, disaster mitigation, natural resources conservation and improvement of human being's living standard.
Our industry continues to morph at a rapid pace. In order to stay abreast of all the latest trends and technologies, it is essential to grow your knowledge base and networking reach. GIS is a strong industry in the Rocky Mountain region. Professionals, educators, students, and those just interested in learning more about GIS will gather at the 24th annual GIS in the Rockies Conference, to be held at “The Cable Center” in Denver, Colorado, August 31 – September 1, 2011 at our new location, The Cable Center in Denver.
The GeoGathering conference provides a solid venue for oil & gas
gathering system and production line operators to share their
experiences in applying GIS (Geospatial Information System) technology
towards data collection, data maintenance and integrity management
initiatives. The goal of GeoGathering is to provide valuable insight
into geospatial topics and the current challenges operators face.
Sessions focus on real-world experiences ranging from integrity
management, regulatory requirements to data capture and GIS-based data
analysis. Conference attendees will have an opportunity to interact
with others in the industry and participate in open forums.