June 12, 2006
Turning Spatial Data into Information
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Where's Junior? The Phone Knows.. Edward C. Baig, April 21, 2006, USA TODAY
Where in the world am I? Your phone might know Edward C. Baig, USA TODAY--
Jacqui Fahrnow can track the whereabouts of her kids' cellphone in real time on an interactive map, without them having to take a call.
Date: June 12 - 15, 2006
Place: Disney's Coronado Spring Resort, Orlando, FL USA
In its inaugural year, Intergraph 2006 will bring together all of our customers and partners from around the globe. We will invite our shareholders and community and government leaders, as well as each of you - senior executives, business managers, decision-makers, and other users. You will have the opportunity to explore industry-specific challenges and imperatives for success in today's dynamic marketplace. In addition to hands-on training and networking, you will have the opportunity to discuss and evaluate industry insights and best practices that will help you gain the greatest value from Intergraph's full range of spatial information management technologies.
Date: June 18 - 21, 2006
Place: Ottawa Congress Centre Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
The GeoTec Event provides a unique gathering place for geospatial technology professionals from all disciplines to interact and learn from each other's experience and knowledge. The program is designed to help you discover cutting-edge geospatial technology solutions from diverse application areas.
Date: June 26 - July 7, 2006
Place: Fattoria Montebeni Florence, Italy
Celebrating the fifth centenary of Vespucci's discoveries, the Vespucci Initiative recaptures his spirit of multi-disciplinary intellectual enquiry to explore new frontiers of knowledge. To that end it organizes and conducts a range of research and teaching activities, bringing together senior scientists and promising young researchers from around the world. This unique interdisciplinary mix creates what has been called the Medici Effect. (Perhaps it is no coincidence that the summer institutes are held in Florence!) What these particular researchers have in common is a special interest in the locational aspects of societal challenges.
Date: June 27 - 29, 2006
Place: Hong Kong, Japan
Geospatial Research and Application Frontiers in Environmental and Public Health Systems The 1st International Conference in GIS and Health hosted by HKU and LREIS of Beijing
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