Program Announced & Discounted Registration is Now Open
Conference Program Announcement
GeoWeb 2009 and its organizers have announced the details of its industry-leading program of over 50 technical sessions and panel discussions and 16 in-depth workshops; all of them focused on geographic information systems, the Internet, and the economic potential associated with their convergence. New to GeoWeb 2009 is the emphasis on urban environments and the integration of BIM/CAD/GIS (Cityscapes). The program is available on the GeoWeb Conference Site. GeoWeb conferences focus GeoWeb 2009 is taking place July 27-31, 2009 in downtown Vancouver, BC Canada at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue.
Discount Registration Options
This is the best time of the year to secure your place at GeoWeb 2009! Early-bird rates are now in effect and will significantly lower the cost to participate. As well, further savings are available as on-site hotel accommodation costs have been reduced. There are many levels and pricing options available for this year's conference including additional value for Platinum and Gold level registrants that allow them to access the newly added Academic Track at no extra cost. To learn more about this year's participation options please visit the Registration Details page; registration is now open.
GeoWeb conferences are known for their exceptional presentations and this year is no different. IBM's CTO of Emerging Technology, David Boloker, will be speaking on "Project Blue Spruce: Extending the Browser to Create a Cooperative Web Experience". To learn more about David Boloker and other invited speakers visit the GeoWeb Conference Site.
GeoWeb is For You!
GeoWeb 2009 is for everyone! Representatives from both public and private organizations are invited to meet, discuss and learn about today's most innovative geospatial and information sharing technologies. Be sure to join us this summer as we explore and unlock the future of the GeoWeb! And if you're looking to make the most of your networking opportunities be sure to secure your place at the amazing fireworks dinner cruise and networking event July 29, 2009.
Academic Call for Papers
GeoWeb 2009 will feature a newly added Academic Track dedicated to the presentation of research results in all scientific fields related to 3D Cityscapes. The Academic Track will run parallel to the industry tracks; all presentation abstracts for the industry tracks have been received and reviewed and will appear in the draft program later this spring. All submitted papers to the Academic Track will be peer reviewed and all accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Selected papers of high quality will be invited for journal publication. Accepted papers are expected to contribute to the state of the art in support of city modeling including in particular 3D structure design, semantic modeling, model acquisition, visualization, and analysis. The final deadline is April 22, 2009. To view the Call for Papers please visit the Academic Track page.