“We have been listening to our customers and watching the market for some time,” said Lisa Murray, Director. “While it is well known that the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) is a game-changing technology, the regulatory environment and concerns over safety have kept commercial growth to a minimum. Given the potential benefits of approved commercial UAV use and global market projections of $12 billion for commercial UAVs over the next decade, the time is right to launch this event.”
DGI is the most significant event in Europe for the national security community. The summit focuses on how key decisions are supported through the provision of location intelligence for government and industry leaders from across NATO, Europe and international mission partners.
International workshop co-organized by EuroGeographics Quality Knowledge Exchange Network, the European Location Framework (ELF) Project, International Organization for Standardisation (ISO), OGC and EuroSDR.
Papers on a range of topics including quality evaluation, certification and standards are sought by the programme committee which comprises members of the organizing organizations and other international experts.
Abstracts should be between 500 and 1000 words and submitted by 12 September 2014.