The successful completion of three GeoIntelligence India, the focus and purview of the conference is expanding this year to focus on the entire Asian region. GIS Development is pleased to announce that GeoIntelligence Asia 2010 will help facilitate an informal exchange of dialogue and cooperation within Asian countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Korea, Japan and Nepal. India being the largest and most advanced will be an appropriate host of such an initiative.
The Suquamish Tribe and the Indigenous Mapping Network (IMN) are organizing the fourth IMN conference. The topics of discussion are framed around IMN's guiding principles - Plan, Protect and Preserve. This theme will provide a platform for sharing knowledge. The conference will explore past Indigenous and Tribal mapping experiences and strategies for the future. We are currently looking for speakers to share their experiences with mapping in an Indigenous/Tribal context.
ESRI Canada is pleased to invite you to join other GIS professionals for this exclusive opportunity to learn about the latest advances in GIS technology and hear first hand how other in your community are using a geographic approach in their work
The British Cartographic Society’s Annual Symposium is an established three-day training event that provides delegates with the opportunity to gain mapping knowledge from a wide range of world class presentations and interactive workshops.
Aimed predominantly at public sector organisations, join this webinar from Europa Technologies to learn more about beautiful web cartography for open source and commercial map APIs.Time: 11:00 BST
The Downs Interest Group for GIS, Remote Sensing is an interest group to support and promote the use of geographical information systems, remote sensing and global navigation satellite systems in the Darling Downs region.Presentation 1:“What's New in ArcGIS 10?”Peter WilmotESRI AustraliaPresentation 2:“Adding Value to Your Imagery Investment”Andrea HerklotsGeoSpatial Manager, Geoimage Pty LtdTime: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
It is co sponsored by The Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society at the Community College of Philadelphia and Geographic Information Systems Curriculum.
The success of any GIS program is largely tied to the capabilities of its leader. Strong leadership is necessary to establish a solid GIS program, operate efficiently and effectively, coordinate participants, adapt to change, and move a program forward. Leadership, however, is a skill that must be developed.
The Canadian Geomatics Conference will focus on the abundant yet largely untapped potential of Intelligent Mapping and the critical role Geomatics can play in bolstering Canada’s productivity, innovation, global competitiveness and overall socio-economic well-being.
Over 200 senior-level navigation, geo and LBS experts unite for Europe’s biggest navigation conference. Find out how differentiate your products, identify new business models, monetise connected services and fight back against commoditisation. Hear from over 50 expert speakers including Nokia, NAVTEQ, Tele Atlas, BMW, Deutsche Telekom, ESRI, Bouygues Telecom, Open Street Map, Intel, Renault, Carmeq, TomTom, T-Mobile, Garmin & Vodafone.
The role of maps has advanced significantly with the advent of the Internet and the online community. The map is fast becoming the actual unit of work for both GIS practitioners and non-GIS users. With ArcGIS Explorer Online, users are able create, save, and share their own maps using data from a variety of online sources. ArcGIS Explorer Online also provides powerful tools for users to add content such as media and graphics into their maps, to create presentations, and to perform geographic queries.Time: 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m. (Pacific daylight time)
The International Map Trade Association (IMTA) invites you to present at the:Annual Conference & Trade Show “Connecting the Business of Maps Worldwide”
The local organizating committee for GeoInformatics 2010 welcomes your participation in the 18th international conference on Geoinformatics for GIScience professionals. The 18th conference will be in Beijing, China. We hope it provides an opportunity for all professionals involved in GIS, GPS, and RS research and development to discuss new ways to advance the theory, technology, and applications of GIScience.
The event will bring together researchers and experts from research and educational institutions, companies, government agencies
and consulting to exchange ideas and to define the research priorities
in fields of Geosciences. Special workshops will be conducted as a
parallel to the conference scientific sessions. Concurrent SGEM Expo,
related to the conference topics, is an excellent opportunity to
promote company and to meet potential clients and business partners
This two-day Discover 3D course focuses on exploration planning and targeting using integrated drilling, geophysical, geochemical and imagery data. A 3D geological modelling lab exercise is part of the course. The Discover 3D course is an advanced level course. Attendees must have prior experience with, and a good working knowledge of both MapInfo and Discover. It is strongly recommended that attendees take the MapInfo and Discover courses prior to attending the Discover 3D course.
The explosion of computing driven location based applications in the
past few years has revolutionized the way we live and work. COM.Geo is
an international conference and exhibition on computing for geospatial,
which focuses on the latest computing technologies for
multidisciplinary/interdisciplinary research and development that
enables the exploration in geospatial. COM.Geo is an exclusive event
that connects researchers, developers, scientists, and application
users from academia, government, and industry in both computing and
The OSGIS conference series has a strong international focus and takes a holistic approach in bringing together speakers and delegates from government, academe, industry and open source communities. High profile speakers from all over the world are invited for giving presentations and running hands-on workshops for the conference series.
Electronic Data Solutions has invited the Iron GIS Techs from CartoPac Field Solutions to demonstrate how to build mobile and GPS-enabled solutions for collecting data in the field. Please be our guest for this FREE workshop. Enhance the effectiveness of your existing GPS units. Build mobile solutions on the spot. Build and configure your field applications--No development or programming required! Integrate ESRI.Time: 09:00AM – 3:00PM
People Tracking is starting to soar in the USA and there is huge excitement about the profit potential it holds. With the rise of new technologies changing the space and clear indicators that big companies are investing, a dynamic revolution is underway – and gathering momentum.
The 2010 Symposium will have technical sessions to cover all of the Commission V Working Groups and the Inter-commission Working Groups, providing a world class opportunity to share experiences and meet with researchers, academics and industry partners. We look forward to welcoming you to Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
The 20th Annual NGIS Conference is hosted by the Nevada Geographic Information Society, a statewide non-profit organization that serves to promote the use of GIS across multiple industries. This year’s conference registration will include Guest Speakers, Round Table Discussion, Technical Workshops, Business Luncheon, Vendor Room, Poster Session, Social Events and more. This year’s theme ‘GIS Goes Platinum in the Silver State - Celebrating 20 Years of Collaboration’ is showcased by the partnerships that have developed between Federal, State, Local and Private Agencies throughout Nevada. Come out and network with old and new friends at this year’s 20th Annual NGIS Conference.
ArcGIS Desktop 10 comes with a reorganized editing interface that provides access to tools. To familiarize users with this new editing environment, ESRI will host the Editing GIS Features in ArcGIS 10 live training seminar on June 24, 2010, at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 3:00 p.m. (Pacific daylight time).This no-cost live training seminar will provide a one-hour overview of how to create new features and edit existing features using new and streamlined editing workflows. Users can then edit data more intuitively and quickly than ever. The presenter will demonstrate how to edit GIS features with feature templates, use the new and improved snapping environment, and edit existing features with the new multiple vertex editing and segment editing functionalities.