Zaha Hadid exhibition
Location: the Palazzo Franchetti Campo Santo Stefano, Venice, Italy Dates: 27 May – 27 November 2016
Press Preview: 10am-4pm Wednesday, 25 May 2016
Vernissage: 10am-3pm Thursday, 26 May 2016
Public Opening Times: 10am-6pm everyday (entry 10 Euros, group / reduced rates available)
In celebration of Zaha Hadid’s career in architecture and design that spans four decades, Fondazione Berengo will host an abridged retrospective exhibition of her work at the 16th century Palazzo Franchetti on the Grand Canal, Venice, Italy.
The exhibition, coinciding with this year’s Venice Architectural Biennale, showcases many of the seminal paintings, drawings and models of Hadid’s repertoire, conveying the ingenuity and dynamism of her architectural projects in a variety of media including photography and film.
AnDevCon 2016 Dates: August 1-4, 2016 Location: Boston, MA
AnDevCon is the technical conference for professional software developers and engineers building Android apps. Offering mobile app development training, embedded Android secrets, and Android app development tutorials and classes, AnDevCon is the most practical Android conference for developers.
SHARPEN YOUR ANDROID SKILLS!
Choose from more than 75 app development classes and in-depth Android development tutorials designed to take your Android development skills to the next level!
Please join us to share your best practices while networking with fellow campus FM leaders. CFTA conferences provide a forum through which managers and users of CAD, CAFM, GIS, CMMS, campus mapping, electronic document management and other technologies learn how to most efficiently leverage solutions and workflows to best support our daily operations. To learn more or to register for this conference, visit: http://www.cfta.org
FOSS4G is the annual global event of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo). Although widely recognized as the largest technical geospatial Open Source conference we call FOSS4G an "event" because it is far more than "just" a conference. A typical FOSS4G will include regular presentations and talks, but also code sprints, birds of a feather sessions, workshops, topic talks and of course social events spanning all nine days.
The FOSS4G conference focuses on Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial. Additionally to high level technical talks four key domain topics practically connect the software with communities from neighboring domains. The key topics in 2016 are:
The program gives a clear orientation which talks are more focused on the technical aspects of the Open Source geospatial software and which have a more topical approach. The theme of the conference is "building bridges". This supports the objective of bringing together attendees across domains and communities.
In 2016 you have the chance to become an active part of all this and more in Bonn, Germany!
The concept of a spectral signature in remote sensing involves measuring reflectance / emittance characteristics of an object with respect to wavelength. Extending the concept of a spectral signature to a geospatial signature opens the aperture of our imagination to include textural, spatial, contextual, and temporal characteristics that can lead to the discovery of new patterns in data. Extraction of signatures can in turn lead to new analytical insights on changes in the environment which impact decisions from national security to critical infrastructure to urban planning.