The GeoDesign Summit is an important event for GIS and design professionals across all industries. The Summit is a working event for urban planners, architects, civil engineers, landscape architects, academics, and researchers to learn about and participate in the development of emerging ideas. Attendees will take part in the development of GeoDesign concepts, technologies, and tools that will advance how our global society approaches design. Registration deadline is Friday, December 3, 2010.
GeoDATA is a FREE series of one day educational seminars. It provides the
perfect platform for you to come and explore the latest innovative tools and
techniques to help you get the most from your geospatial data
investment.Whether you are new to geographic information or simply
looking for smarter, more cost-effective solutions and best practice advice,
this is the event for you.
Geospatial World Forum shall be driven by an objective to provide an
appropriate representation of geospatial industry and its relevance in
tomorrow’s world and it will embrace in itself, the directions and
dimensions for geospatial industry.
Whether you are new to the GIS user community or want to advance your current geospatial projects, the FedUC is the best place to get educated and stay updated. Leaders, decision makers, GIS professionals, and those evaluating GIS are encouraged to attend.
The symposium GIS Ostrava 2011 follows three main
topics – Advances in Remote Sensing, Advances in Spatial Modelling and
Geoinformation Technology Challenges.
MAPPS sponsors a number of informative conferences and meetings on
business practices, markets, legislation, and technology affecting
private mapping firms.
Speakers have included a number of Congressman such as Jack Brooks
(author of the "Brooks Act"), senior officials in the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Federal Highway
Administration, National Park Service, NASA and Bureau of Reclamation.
MAPPS has hosted former Colorado Governor Richard Lamm, a candidate for
President of the United States in the 1996 election campaign and former
Interior Secretary James Watt, as well as management, organizational,
and motivational speakers.
Defence Geospatial Intelligence (DGI) is Europe's largest annual gathering dedicated to high-level discussion addressing the major challenges of the defence and government geospatial intelligence community. DGI brings together heads of Geospatial Intelligence, GIS, Remote Sensing, Operations, Mapping, Imagery and Analysis within the Military, Governmental and National Security sectors, and provides a unique forum to discuss and debate the development of geospatial intelligence capabilities across the globe.
Join Accela to kick-off the new year at our 6th Annual Partner Summit,
taking place on January 24 - 25, 2011. This event will be held at the
beautiful Resort at Squaw Creek in Lake Tahoe, California.
Whether you are looking to enter the lucrative government
market or enhance your presence there, the Accela Partner Summit is
your best opportunity to find out how to achieve profitable
collaboration that will build your business all year long.
Geodata Systems Technologies, Inc., the sole Esri distributor in the Philippines, is proud to be hosting the 2011 APUC January 26–27 at the Edsa Shangri-La Hotel
in Manila, Philippines. For two days, in one place, you'll have Esri at
your fingertips. The APUC will be an excellent event and tremendous
resource for anyone working with GIS technology in the Asia Pacific
Municipalika provides a platform to take stock of the progress, to
assess the possibilities and problems, and to map future strategies and
Many initiatives are being undertaken by the Central, State and
Local/City Governments for addressing the urban challenge, including the
Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) of the
Government of India, which aims at creating economically productive,
efficient, equitable, inclusive, sustainable and responsive cities. The
massive funding from the Central and State Governments amounting to Rs
1000 billion (US$20 Billion) over the period of 2005-2012 is
contributing substantially to create improved urban infrastructure and
housing. Other programmes like the BSUP, IHSDP, and UIDSSMT are also
bringing in reforms, investments and technologies.