GML Days 2005 will be the fourth annual conference on the OGC Geography Mark-up Language (GML) and Web Services for GIS. GML is rapidly emerging as the world standard for the XML encoding of geographic information and is the foundation for the Geo-Web. GML is being applied to a wide range of geographic applications including homeland security & critical infrastructure protection, integrated land and resource management, location-based services, telematics and intelligent transportation systems, and oceanography.
With the advent of GML, Web Services are experiencing a renaissance. By harnessing the power of a non-proprietary Mark-up language and the inherent interoperability power of GML, Web Services are poised to enter another major expansion of use.
Due to the high calibre of our speakers and presenters, this is one conference you will definitely want to attend!
The conference will include key note speakers, panel sessions, product demonstrations, workshops and educational sessions.
Call for Papers
GML Days is actively soliciting abstracts for possible papers to be presented at this years GML Days. Papers should be of general interest to the conference participants and be related to GML. Paper presentations will be provided in many areas including:
- Processing GML data - schema parsers, object filters
- GML and Imagery
- GML and Geographic Ontologies
- GML Applications (ITS, LBS, Telematics, Resource Management, Oceanography, Geo-Intelligence)
- GML and Web Services
- Real World examples and Use Cases
- Web Service Visualization
- Policy Issues and Standardization
Send your abstract to: Email Contact
Abstracts should be a maximum of 200 words and are due no latter than May 27th, 2005
For further information on the GML Days please contact us at +1 (604)484-2750 or at Email Contact