Past Events

  • LBS 2011
    Nov. 21st - 23rd 2011
    Vienna, Austria

    Topics. We invite contributions in the following areas

    - Ubiquitous positioning

    - Indoor positioning

    - Smart environments and ambient spatial intelligence

    - Spatio-temporal data acquisition, processing, and analysis

    - Data mining and knowledge discovery

    - Personalization and context-aware adaptation

    - Visualization techniques for LBS

    - Novel user interfaces and interaction techniques

    - 3D and augmented reality

    - Innovative LBS systems and applications

    - Wayfinding and navigation

    - User studies and evaluations

    - Privacy and usability

    - Human factors in LBS

    - Legal and business aspects in LBS

    - LBS and Web 2.0

    - Open source solutions and standards

  • ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2011
    Nov. 1st - 4th 2011
    Chicago, United States

    Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

    . Cartography and Geodesy

    . Computational Geometry

    . Computer Graphics Applications in GIS

    . Computer Vision Applications in GIS

    . Distributed and Parallel algorithms for GIS

    . Earth Observation

    . Geographic Information Retrieval

    . GPU and Novel Hardware Solutions for GIS

    . Human Computer Interaction and Visualization

    . Image and Video Understanding

    . Location-based Services

    . Location Privacy, Data Sharing and Security

    . GIS Performance Evaluation

    . Photogrammetry

    . Similarity Searching

    . Spatial Analysis and Integration

    . Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Data Acquisition

    . Spatio-Temporal Data Analysis

    . Spatial Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery

    . Spatial Data Quality and Uncertainty

    . Spatial Data Structures and Algorithms

    . Spatial Data Warehousing, OLAP, and Decision Support

    . Spatial Information and Society

    . Spatial Modeling and Reasoning

    . Spatial Query Processing and Optimization

    . Spatio-Temporal Data Management

    . Spatio-Temporal Sensor Networks

    . Spatio-Temporal Stream Processing

    . Spatio-Textual Searching

    . Standardization and Interoperability for GIS

    . Storage and Indexing

    . GIS Architectures and Middleware

    . Traffic Telematics

    . Transportation

    . Urban and Environmental Planning

    . Visual Languages and Querying

    . Web and Real-Time Applications

  • UDMS 2011
    Sep. 28th - 30th 2011
    Delft, Netherlands

  • Digital Earth 2011
    Aug. 23rd - 25th 2011
    Perth, Australia

    The overall theme of the Conference is ‘The Knowledge Generation’. Some topics for papers are suggested below:

    - Digital Earth Vision, Technologies and Applications

    - Earth Observation Technologies

    - Space and Satellite Technologies

    - Population Growth and Infrastructure Development

    - Adapting to Global and Climate Change

    - Empowering the Community

    - Managing Land and Water

    - Emergency Management and National Security

    - Digital City and Green Cities

    - Mining, Energy and Resources Development

    - Natural Resource Management (NRM) and Agriculture

    - Innovation

    However, topics are not limited to the above and if you have something you think is relevant and interesting, we would be very pleased to hear from you.

  • AGSE 2011
    Aug. 15th - 19th 2011
    Nairobi, Kenya

    You are encouraged to submit a paper / presentation in one of the fields or in a related field mentioned below:

    - Environmental Issues, Sustainable Development, Millennium Development Goals

    - Open Source Solutions and Tools

    - Internet based Applications

    - Neogeography and Geovisualisation

    - Photogrammetry, Earth Observation Systems, Information Extraction

    - Spatial Data Infrastructures

    - Sustainable Development, Tropical Forests

    - LIDAR Data Analysis

    - GIS and Education

    - Geoinformatics and Health

    - GI Policy and Society, e-Government

    - Alumni Session: Experiences

  • GeoComputation 2011
    Jul. 20th - 22nd 2011
    London, United Kingdom

    The themes of Geocomputation 2011 will include, but not be limited to, the following research topics:

    - new geocomputational algorithms and architectures

    - geostatistics and spatial simulation

    - cloud computing

    - spatial applications of evolutionary computing

    - agent-based modelling and cellular automata

    - geographical visualisation and geovisual analytics

    - accuracy and uncertainty of geocomputational models

    - spatio-temporal data mining and knowledge discovery

    - teaching of geocomputation

    - applications in environmental, ecological and biological modelling and analysis

    - applications in health and medical informatics

    - applications in geodemographics, urban studies, criminology and transportation modelling

  • Mobility 2011
    Jul. 17th - 22nd 2011
    Bournemouth, United Kingdom

    Tracks:

    - Mobile architectures, mechanisms, protocols

    - Mobile networking and management

    - Mobile devices and services

    - Mobile prosumers and interfaces

    - Mobile Internet of Things

    - Vehicular mobile technology

    - Challenges in mobile environments

  • IMMM 2011
    Jul. 17th - 22nd 2011
    Bournemouth, United Kingdom

    1st International Conference on Advances in Information Mining and Management
  • LHD-11 workshop at IJCAI
    Jul. 16th 2011
    Barcelona, Spain

    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    - Integration of large and heterogeneous data

    - Machine-learning over structured data

    - Ontology evolution and dynamics

    - Ontology matching and alignment

    - Presentation of dynamically integrated data

    - Incentives and human computation over structured data and ontologies

    - Ranking and search over structured and semi-structured data

    - Quality assurance and data-cleansing

    - Vocabulary management in Linked Data

    - Schema and ontology versioning and provenance

    - Background knowledge in matching

    - Extensions to knowledge representation languages to better support change

    - Inconsistency and missing values in databases and ontologies

    - Dynamic knowledge construction and exploitation

    - Matching for dynamic applications (e.g., p2p, agents, streaming)

    - Case studies, software tools, use cases, applications

    - Open problems

    - Foundational issues

  • GI_Forum 2011
    Jul. 5th - 8th 2011
    Salzburg, Austria

    - Learning with Geoinformation: We encourage contributions discussing various issues related to Geoinformation in Education. In 2011 a special focus is put on the implementation of the 'Spatial Citizenship' concept. Under the umbrella of the digital:earth:eu network further emphasis is put on networking initiatives for the inclusion of GI in education. The conference Learning with Geoinformation will host such contributions in sessions partially shared with GI_Forum. Please refer to the separate Call for Papers (www.gi-forum.org/learning). Accepted contributions will be published in separate proceedings in co-operation with digital:earth:eu.

    - Climate Change and Spatial Vulnerability Assessment (Monday July 4, lunchtime - Wednesday July 6, lunchtime): This workshop is organised by the United Nations University - Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS) and the Centre for Geoinformatics, University of Salzburg (Z_GIS) as a follow-up of the GI_Forum 2010 special workshop on ‘Vulnerability: Spatial Assessment and Analysis’. The event in 2011 will be attended by experts from the climate change adaptation field (e.g. IPCC lead authors for the AR5) and from the Disaster Risk Reduction Community. The outcomes of the workshop will feed into both discourses: climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction. Strengthening the cooperation and synergies between both schools is a goal of the workshop. We invite paper and poster submissions on case studies, concepts and methodologies that will contribute to the workshop discussions. Check www.gi-forum.org/spatialvulnerability for details.

    - Global and Climate Change: Monitoring and Modelling: “Global change” – a short formula for a multitude of anticipated shifts in societal and environmental domains in respond to strong global drivers such as climate change – calls for spatial monitoring and modelling techniques to better understand the implications and potential dynamics of such changes. International programmes and visions (GEO, GMES, SEIS, …) envisage unified systems based on quality standards for data, products and services to establish optimized observation and forecasting capacity within Europe, and also globally. We especially welcome papers that demonstrate best practices and experiences in dealing with climate change effects.

  • 25th International Cartographic conference and the 15th General Assembly of the International Cartographic Association (ICC 2011)
    Jul. 3rd - 8th 2011
    Paris, France

  • ICSDM 2011
    Jun. 29th - Jul. 15th 2011
    Fuzhou, China

    The local organizing committee for ICSDM 2011 & BJ-IWGIS 2011 welcomes your participation in the 1st International Conference on Spatial Data Mining and Geographical Knowledge Services in conjunction with the 8th International Workshop on Geographical Information Systems. BJ-IWGIS 2011 will be the eighth forum of a successful series and firstly take place outside Beijing. Its main goal is to become a prestigious and high quality international conference that brings together researchers, scientists, engineers , and practitioners to share experiences and research results, and to exchange ideas about all aspects of geo-information science and technology.

    The two conferences BJ-IWGIS 2011 and ICSDM 2011 will be held in conjunction in Fuzhou, Fujian, P. R. China June 29-July 1, 2011. This will give an excellent opportunity to all researchers and professionals involved in Spatial analysis, GIS, GPS, and Remote sensing research to discuss advances, news theories, technologies, and novel applications. Authors are invited to submit unpublished papers, which are not under review in any other conferences or journals at the time of submission on related topics. Accepted papers will be presented at the conference and archived in both IEEE eXplore and Library of Congress and will be indexed by EI Compendex database. Selected papers will be published in special issues of SCI indexed journals. For enquiry, please contact us at Info@ ICSDM2011.org

  • INSPIRE Conference 2011
    Jun. 27th - Jul. 1st 2011
    Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    In 2010, the European Union renewed its commitment to 'knowledge-based' sustainable development by putting forward three mutually reinforcing priorities in the Europe 2020 Strategy:
    - Smart growth: developing an economy based on knowledge and innovation;
    - Sustainable growth: promoting a more resource efficient, greener and more competitive economy;
    - Inclusive growth: fostering a high-employment economy delivering social and territorial cohesion.
    This edition of the INSPIRE Conference offers an opportunity to explore INSPIRE's contribution to Europe's 2020 strategic goals and to root it's further implementation and development in the EU 2020 follow-up programmes.

    Topics for which contributions are sought include, but are not limited to,

    - INSPIRE Implementation: Legislative measures, coordination and organisational models

    - INSPIRE and the global context: Global Monitoring for Environment and Security, Global Earth Observation System of Systems, SEIS,

    - Environmental Thematic communities and applications (The Marine Environment, Biodiversity, agriculture and environment, human health and environment, energy resources, cross thematic applications...)

    - Licensing frameworks

    - GeoPortals and registries

    - Social, economic and environmental impact

    - Education and awareness raising

    - Regional and Local SDIs

    - Trans-national SDI projects (including EU (co-)funded projects)

    - New policies, new requirements, new stakeholders

    - New and Evolving tools and technologies (Sensor web, linked data ...)

    - Spatial Data Services

  • OSGIS UK 2011
    Jun. 21st - 22nd 2011
    Notingham, United Kingdom

    The OSGIS conference series has a strong international focus and takes a holistic approach in bringing together speakers and delegates from government, academe, industry and open source communities. High profile speakers from all over the world are invited for giving presentations and running hands-on workshops for the conference series.
    The key aims of OSGIS conference series are:

    1. to hear presentations from government, academic, industry and policy makers on open source, open standards and open data geospatial technologies

    2. to provide platform to network and develop ideas for future collaborative work in open source GIS

    3. to understand current developments in open source GIS

    4. to act as a focus for open source, open standards, open data GIS research OSGIS 2011

    - Keynote address: Professor Thierry Badard (Laval University, Canada)

    - OGC- OSGeo Interoperability Day Workshop (21 June 2011) - (Organised by Tyler Mitchell, Executive Director, Open Source Geospatial Foundation

    - OpenGov: Open Data, Open Source and Open Standards Workshop (21 June 2011) - (Organised by Dr Hanif Rahemtulla, University of Nottingham

    - OSGeo Director Board + stakeholder meeting - 23 June 2011 (By invitation only)

    We look forward to welcoming you to the Centre for Geospatial Science for research collaborations in this exciting and rapidly developing research theme.

  • GEOG-AN-MOD 11
    Jun. 20th - 23rd 2011
    Santander, Spain

    The programme committee especially requests high quality submissions on the following Conference Themes :

    - Geostatistics and spatial simulation;

    - Agent-based spatial modelling;

    - Cellular automata spatial modelling;

    - Spatial statistical models;

    - Space-temporal modelling;

    - Environmental Modelling;

    - Geovisual analytics, geovisualisation, visual exploratory data analysis;

    - Visualisation and modelling of track data;

    - Spatial Optimization;

    - Interaction Simulation Models;

    - Data mining, spatial data mining;

    - Spatial Data Warehouse and Spatial OLAP;

    - Integration of Spatial OLAP and Spatial data mining;

    - Spatial Decision Support Systems;

    - Spatial Multicriteria Decision Analysis;

    - Spatial Rough Set;

    - Spatial extension of Fuzzy Set theory;

    - Ontologies for Spatial Analysis;

    - Urban modeling;

    - Applied geography;

    - Spatial data analysis;

    - Dynamic modelling;

    - Simulation, space-time dynamics, visualization and virtual reality.

  • Summerschool "Volunteered Geographic Information"
    Jun. 17th - 23rd 2011
    Fiesole , Italy

    Young researchers are invited to contemplate and discuss a wide range of VGI-related topics.
  • Summerschool "Process Ontology"
    Jun. 17th - 23rd 2011
    Fiesole, Italy

    Participants will learn to:

    - apply basic ontological distinctions and formal ontology

    - sort out the different kinds of things that go under the name "process"

    - identify spatio-temporal patterns underlying processes

    - understand implications of choosing between three- and four-dimensionalism

    - relate existing process ontologies to each other

    - specify complex states, processes and events in terms of simpler ones

    - design domain-specific process ontologies (e.g. in manufacturing, e-commerce, geography, biology) from more generic ontologies.

  • GEOINFORMATIK 2011
    Jun. 15th - 17th 2011
    Münster, Germany

    GEOINFORMATIK 2011 offers two tracks: an english one for science lectures, based on the submissions for the call of paper and the scientific review process. Its main topics are:

    - Global Change: Modelling spatio-temporal processes

    - GI in Environment, Climate and Energy

    - Mobile Technologies, Location Based Services

    - Geosensor Networks

    - From Geodata Infrastructures to Spatial Information Infrastructures

    - Volunteered Geographic Information, Neogeography

    - Human Computer Interaction

    The second one contains invited lectures in mainly german language concerning the following themes:

    - Geoinformation at change

    - Mobility at change

    - Geoinformation and monitoring

    - GIS and global climate change

    - GI in Energy

    - Adaption strategies and GI

  • 9th International Navigational Symposium on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation (TRANS-NAV 2011)
    Jun. 15th - 17th 2011
    Gdynia, Poland

    The 9th Navigational Symposium is addressed to scientists and professionals in order to share their expert knowledge, experience and research results concerning all aspects of navigation, safety of navigation and sea transportation.
  • 4th International Conference on Geospatial Semantics (GeoS 2011)
    May 12th - 13th 2011
    Brest, France

    GEOspatial Semantics (GEOS) is an emerging research area in the domain of geographic information systems and spatial databases. The fourth edition of GeoS aims at providing a forum for the exchange of state-of-the-art research results in the areas of modelling and processing of geospatial semantics. It has been largely recognized that Geospatial semantics play an important role for the development of next-generation spatial databases and geographic information systems, as well as specialized geospatial web services.
  • 5th International Workshop on Information Fusion and Geographical Information Systems: Towards the Digital Ocean (IF&GIS 2011)
    May 10th - 11th 2011
    Brest, France

    The 5th event will move to Brest in France with a specific focus on maritime geographical information systems and the digital ocean. It will be organised under the umbrella of the 3rd International conference on Safer Seas. The 5th IF&GIS workshop will bring academic and industrial experts from a large set of fields such as GIS, mathematics, statistics, artificial intelligence, geography, computational geometry, cognitive science, spatial databases, visualisation, environment sciences, underwater acoustics. The scope of the 5th IF&GIS workshop will address several research issues from the modelling, analysis, information processing and visualization of geographical information with a specific application to the maritime environment.
  • GISRUK - 19th annual GIS Research UK
    Apr. 27th - 29th 2011
    Portsmouth, United Kingdom

    We are pleased to invite you to attend the 19th annual GIS Research UK (GISRUK). This year the conference is being co-hosted by the Ordnance Survey and the Department of Geography of the University of Portsmouth, from Wednesday 27th to Friday 29th April 2011. We look forward to welcoming you to the city of Portsmouth for what will be a varied, interesting and stimulating conference, covering key areas of geographic information science research as well as a diverse range of applications including geo-semantics, historical GIS, health and coastal geomorphology. The conference will follow its usual format of pre-conference workshops (starting on 26th April), plenary sessions from invited keynote speakers, and oral presentation of papers in a series of parallel themed sessions. A full social programme which includes a dinner aboard HMS Warrior will also feature during the conference.
  • SIM3 2011
    Apr. 22nd - 25th 2011
    Hong Kong, China

    The First International Workshop on Spatial Information Modeling, Management and Mining (SIM3) - in conjunction with DASFAA2011.
  • AGILE 2011
    Apr. 18th - 21st 2011
    Utrecht, Netherlands

    The 14th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science

    The University of Utrecht, faculty of Geosciences is proud to host the conference and invites colleagues from members of the AGILE association as well as others involved in Geoinformation science in Europe and outside Europe to participate at this yearly event.

  • Space-Time Integration in Geography and GIScience
    Apr. 12th - 16th 2011
    Seattle, United States

    A special Symposium focused on the research status, recent advances and research needs of space-time integration, modeling and analysis in geography and GIScience, organized within the AAG Annual Meeting.

    Every year, the Association of American Geographers (AAG) identifies a particularly timely or relevant set of themes to feature during its Annual Meetings. Last year an over-riding theme was climate change, for example, and previous years have included featured sessions on topics such as human rights, landscape and literature, sustainable development in Africa, geography of water, and many other topics.

    A special Symposium focused on the research status, recent advances and research needs of space-time integration, modeling and analysis in geography and GIScience will be organized within the AAG Annual Meeting in Seattle, April 12-16, 2011. This special set of invited papers will feature many leading geography and GIScience researchers from Asia and Europe as well as from other regions of the world, and will form a high-profile international symposium within the AAG Annual Meeting.

  • WPNC'11
    Apr. 7th - 8th 2011
    Dresden, Germany

    8th Workshop on Positioning, Navigation and Communication 2011 (WPNC'11)

    Accurate location and tracking information anywhere anytime is becoming as important as communication anywhere, anytime. Although mobile position-aware systems, combined with modern wireless technologies are entering our daily life, several problems in information and communication technology still need to be solved. The workshop is devoted to recent advances in positioning, navigation and communications, as well the current state-of-the-art in techniques and systems. In addition contributions from major R&D projects are included in the workshop, to provide an insight on modern localization technology in various applications.

  • Spatial Statistics
    Mar. 23rd - 25th 2011
    Enschede, Netherlands

    1st Conference on Spatial Statistics 2011 - Mapping Global Change

    Spatial statistics is a rapidly developing field which involves the quantitative analysis of spatial data and the statistical modeling of spatial variability and uncertainty. Applications of spatial statistics are for a broad range of environmental disciplines such as agriculture, geology, soil science, hydrology, ecology, oceanography, forestry, meteorology and climatology, but also for socio-economic disciplines such as human geography, spatial econometrics, epidemiology and spatial planning.

    The aim of the meeting is to present interdisciplinary research where applicability in other disciplines is a central core concept.

  • BioMarine Business Convention
    Mar. 21st - 23rd 2011
    Nantes & Saint-Nazaire, France

    BioMarine Business Convention is a unique event dedicated to marine bioresources. It is organized around a platform of meetings and discussions for industrials, scientists, investors, economic development agencies, allowing them to boost their acquisitions, investments, trade agreements, technologies transfers, and development partnerships at an international level. Its goal is to develop small, medium and national companies on the international stage.
  • 10th International Symposium on Web and Wireless Geographical Information Systems (W2GIS 2011)
    Mar. 3rd - 4th 2011
    Kyoto, Japan

    The 2011 Symposium, hosted by Kyoto University, is intended to provide an up-to-date review of advances in recent development of Web and Wireless Geographical Information Systems (W2GIS). W2GIS is a series of successful events alternating locations between East Asia and Europe, with the most recent event held in Maynooth, Ireland. The 10th Symposium is returning to Kyoto, where the W2GIS series was first launched in 2001.
  • GEOProcessing 2011 - Third International Conference on Advanced Geographic Information Systems, Applications, and Services
    Feb. 23rd - 28th 2011
    Gosier, Guadeloupe

  • DGI 2011
    Jan. 24th - 27th 2011
    London, United Kingdom

    Over 45 MODs across the world have named GIS as their top priority and are currently looking for solutions and integration tools, to give their users effective geospatial intelligence and capability support. Geospatial intelligence strategies across entire organisations will be a key focus at DGI 2011.
  • Maps and the Internet Meeting
    Nov. 19th 2010
    Orlando, United States

    The annual meeting of the Maps and the Internet Commission will take place November 19, 2010 in Orlando, Florida, in association with AutoCarto 2010 (http://www.cartogis.org/autocarto). The focus of this meeting with be on Online Maps with APIs and Webservices and papers will appear in planned book to be published in 2011.
  • 14th ASITA Conference
    Nov. 9th - 12th 2010
    Brescia, Italy

  • Enviromatics 2010
    Nov. 1st - 3rd 2010
    Ammam, Jordan

    Environmental Management research and practice is increasingly aided by and dependent on information technology. Enviromatics 2010 addresses recent developments in Geomatics and their applications in the field of environmental management. It addresses all aspects of the geo-information cycle, from data acquisition, processing, management, visualization and delivery.
  • Climate Change and Impact Assessment
    Oct. 25th - 26th 2010
    Aalborg, Denmark

    This European special symposium will involve important actors and stakeholders from all levels and sectors to help foster a fruitful dialogue and bridge gaps among climate change and impact assessment communities. Dialogue within as well as across groups and disciplines is key in the effort to build sustainability in societal decision making.
  • 3rd International Conference on Geoinformation Technology for Natural Disaster Management & Rehabilitation
    Oct. 19th - 20th 2010
    Chiang Mai, Thailand

    The symposium will focus on the use of geoinformatics for natural disaster preparedness such as earthquake, flood, typhoon and tsunami etc.,and for rehabilitation and risk management by exploring the various causative factors. There will also be deliberations on how to use GIS for better planning of risk areas.
  • Development and cooperation in the Mediterranean region using satellite services
    Oct. 14th - 15th 2010
    Rabat, Morocco

    This Conference aims to offer a forum to development experts, policy- and decision-makers at local, regional, continental and international levels, satellite service providers, civil society organisations and specialists of the Mediterranean region to:

    Exchange good practices on how satellite information and services help tackle the challenges around the Mediterranean Identify the needs of public administrations, businesses, civil society organisations and other potential users with regard to satellite services Analyse service providers' capacities to meet users' needs Initiate cooperation among service providers, and among users, around the Mediterranean Identify user requirements for infrastructure development Provide the resulting bottom-up feedback to decision-makers

  • Open Days 2010: Objective 2020 – Competitiveness, cooperation and cohesion for all regions
    Oct. 4th - 7th 2010
    Brussels, Belgium

    The OPEN DAYS bring together political representatives, decision-makers, experts and practitioners of regional policy as well as stakeholders from business, banking, civil society organisations, academia and EU institutions to discuss common challenges for European regions and cities and debate possible solutions. It provides a platform for capacity-building to those involved in implementing EU cohesion policy and in managing its financial instruments.
  • HUMBOLDT Open Day: Geospatial Data Harmonisation in Action
    Sep. 28th 2010
    Lisbon, Portugal

    The HUMBOLDT Open Day will give stakeholders of INSPIRE and GMES the opportunity to get an insight into the main outcomes and achievements of the EU project HUMBOLDT: the HUMBOLDT Open Source Tools, Services and processes for data harmonisation. These results will be demonstrated in the application context of selected scenarios (e.g. applications from the areas of Protected Areas, Ocean and Marine Environment, Transboundary Catchments, Atmosphere or Flood Risk Management).

    In addition to these showcase presentations, the participants will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the training courses available on the HUMBOLDT training platform as well as to receive supervised hands-on experiences with the tools for data harmonisation.

    This Workshop is organized and supported by the consortium of the HUMBOLDT project in cooperation with VESTA-GIS. It is co-located with a Training Conference organized by the NATURESDIPlus project on Wednesday, 29th September 2010. The host for both events is the Instituto Geográfico Português (IGP) from Portugal which is the national agency from the public central administration, responsible for the national SDI (SNIG), geodetic network and cadastre.

  • LBS 2010
    Sep. 20th - 22nd 2010
    Guangzhou, China

    The symposium brings together experts from around the world to present the latest research results and developments focusing on Location Based Services in the fields of Cartography, Geoinformation, Computer Sciences, Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing, Telecommunication, Geodesy, and Geomedia Techniques.
  • EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Conference
    Sep. 20th - 24th 2010
    Córdoba, Spain

    The 2010 EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Conference will focus on atmospheric composition - the situation today and the path to the future. Research and observational activities are being used to deepen the understanding of our atmospheric system to support decision-making globally.

    Session topics will address:

    Current and future satellites and applications Monitoring climate and understanding climate processes based on satellite data Satellite-based observation of the oceans Nowcasting Atmospheric composition Training and outreach Facilitating data access and utilisation

  • INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURES 2010
    Sep. 15th - 17th 2010
    Skopje, Macedonia

    The main theme of the Conference is the development and use of Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI's) and all their aspects - technology, criteria and standards for organizing and sharing spatial data. The realization of the European INSPIRE directive in the countries of South East Europe is expected to be an important part of the conference.

    The ambition of the conference is to become the major SDI conference in the region and be influential for SDI development.

    Deadline for submitting abstracts is the 15th of February 2010.

  • 15th IUAPPA World Clean Air Congress
    Sep. 11th - 16th 2010
    Vancouver, Canada

    The 2010 IUAPPA Congress theme of "Achieving Environmental Sustainability in a Resource Hungry World" recognizes the need for holistic management approaches to effectively mitigate potential water, food, energy and environmental challenges. This Congress will bring together specialists from academia, industry, consulting, environmental advocacy groups and government to present innovative ways to improve air quality, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and minimize environmental impacts. The program will examine international, national and local-scale issues facing both emerging and developed economies.
  • GeoWeb 2010
    Jul. 26th - 30th 2010
    Vancouver, Canada

    GeoWeb is the industry-leading conference focused on the collective impact of the Web on geographic information standards, architectures and technology and the convergence of GIS and the Internet and the resulting economic, social and technical consequences. GeoWeb 2010 will feature well known keynote and invited speakers, workshops and tutorials, technical presentations, panel sessions, and product showcase opportunities. No other geospatial conference provides this level of knowledge intensity and is a must-attend conference for anyone involved in shaping the future of the geospatial industry.
  • Accuracy 2010
    Jul. 20th - 23rd 2010
    Leicester, United Kingdom

    Ninth International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences
  • ESRI UC 2010
    Jul. 12th - 16th 2010
    San Diego , United States

    ESRI International User Conference
  • GI_Forum 2010
    Jul. 6th - 9th 2010
    Salzburg, Austria

    Geoinformatics Forum Salzburg - Advancing the GI Dialogue

    GI_Forum solicits contributions on emerging topics and research outcomes related to current Geoinformatics methodology, and especially wishes to attract submissions pertaining to the following topics:

    Advances in Geovisualization and Cartography (in cooperation with InterCarto-InterGIS) Spatial Data Infrastructure Mobile GIS and Location Based Services Digital Terrain Representation and Analysis Digital Cities and Urban Sustainability

  • Las Navas 2010
    Jul. 5th - 9th 2010
    Las Navas del Marques, Avila, Spain

    Las Navas 20-Year Revival Meeting on Cognitive and Linguistic Aspects of Geographic Space
  • 100 Years ISPRS Symposium
    Jul. 5th - 7th 2010
    Vienna, Austria

    Symposium: 100 Years ISPRS - Advancing Remote Sensing Science
  • Living Planet Symposium
    Jun. 28th - Jul. 2nd 2010
    Bergen, Norway

    The objective of the Living Planet Symposium is to present the results of exploiting the European Space Agency Earth Observation missions. The symposium will provide a forum for investigators to present results of on-going research project activities using ENVISAT, ERS, GOCE, SMOS, CRYOSAT and ESA Third Party missions data; Present the development of applications and services including the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security; Present the ESA Climate Change Initiative. The following themes will be addressed during the symposium: * Methodologies and products * Atmosphere * Climate and Meteorology * Cryosphere * Oceanography * Land applications * Hazards * ESA programmes In addition, the Symposium will provide an opportunity to present future ESA missions in development (GMES Sentinels, Earth Explorers and meteorological missions) and national EO missions.
  • Novatech 2010
    Jun. 27th - Jul. 1st 2010
    Lyon, France

    The main focus of this 7th International Conference on Sustainable Techniques and Strategies for Urban Water Management is sustainable solutions for management of wet-weather flows in constructed areas (i.e. urban and suburban areas). The conference covers both stormwater management and CSOs. Urban water management under wet-weather conditions faces more and more diverse challenges: protection against flooding and erosion, enhancement of receiving water quality, reduction of sanitary risks, but also opportunities such as stormwater harvesting, use of stormwater for improving the urban landscape or for improving the urban microclimate, as well as the role of ecocitizenship. Moreover, increasing demands on the quality of receiving bodies and of water resources, the worsening of anthropomorphic impacts, as well as likely changes in climate, are adding more complexity to the process. These evolutions lead to a diversification of the required expertise, the scales considered, the criteria of evaluation and the technical solutions proposed. Perspectives beyond traditional urban drainage are required.
  • ISPRS Com V Mid-Term Symposium
    Jun. 22nd - 24th 2010
    Newcastle, United Kingdom

    Close Range Image Measurement Techniques
  • 4th INSPIRE Conference
    Jun. 22nd - 25th 2010
    Krakow, Poland

    The INSPIRE Conference will be organised through a series of plenary sessions addressing common policy issues, and parallel sessions focusing in particular on applications and implementations of SDIs, research issues and new and evolving technologies and applications and poster presentations. The theme of this year's edition is "INSPIRE as a Framework for Cooperation". Participation in the INSPIRE Conference is open to all individuals interested in or working in the field of SDI development and implementation.
    • eSDI-Net+ Opening and Closing presentation at the INSPIRE Conference Workshop 2010
    • eSDI-Net+ IDERioja SDI presentation at the INSPIRE Conference Workshop 2010
    • eSDI-Net+ 4th Valley GIS presentation at the INSPIRE Conference Workshop 2010
    • eSDI-Net+ X-border-GDI presentation at the INSPIRE Conference Workshop 2010
    • SDI Assessment Looking Towards the European Interoperability Framework - presentation at the INSPIRE Conference 2010
    • Operational SDIs: The Sub-national Dimension in the European Context - presentation at the INSPIRE Conference 2010
    • D4.5 Public Conference
  • OSGIS 2010
    Jun. 21st - 22nd 2010
    Nottingham, United Kingdom

    SECOND OPEN SOURCE GIS UK CONFERENCE
  • Digital Earth Summit 2010
    Jun. 12th - 14th 2010
    Nessebar, Bulgaria

    Plenary Session 4, So. June 13, 4:00-5:00 p.m.

    eSDI-Net+: Exchange of Experiences and Best Practices - A European Initiative (Presentation No. 25)

    The HUMBOLDT Project: Developing an Open Source Framework and Tools for Geodata Harmonisation (Presentation No. 22)

    The theme of 2010 Digital Earth Summit is “Digital Earth in the Service of Society: Sharing Information, Building Knowledge”. This summit is organized by the International Society for Digital Earth (ISDE) and University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, (UACEG) Sofia. In addition to the series’ ISDE International Symposia on Digital Earth, the series ISDE Summits were successfully convened in New Zealand and Germany in 2006 and 2008, respectively. This Summit’s topics cover societal context of Digital Earth, Digital Earth in sustainable development at local and regional levels, Digital cities, the citizen as contributor to Digital Earth, and so on. A special exhibition of maps, cartographic products, GIS, hardware and software will be held in the framework of the Summit.

    • eSDI-Net+ at Digital Earth 2010 in Nessebar: Exchange of Experiences and Best Practices - A European Initiative -
    • SDI Workshop ICCG3 Spatial Data Infrastructures: enabling sharing of data in South-East Europe
  • Cross-Border Education for Global Geo-information
    Jun. 2nd - 4th 2010
    Enschede , Netherlands

    ISPRS Symposium Cross-Border Education for Global Geo-information - ISPRS Mid Term Symposium of Commission VI
  • IDRC Davos 2010
    May 30th - Jun. 3rd 2010
    Davos, Switzerland

    As recent mega-disasters and crises have shown, risk management from a single perspective is no longer adequate to address the complex threats to today’s society. The conference will address different kinds of risks, disasters and crises. A truly integrated and participative approach is planned to ensure that the valuable lessons learned about risk reduction from a wide spectrum are applied correctly to create safer, more resilient and thus sustainable societies for the benefit of communities, countries, and regions.
  • SDH 2010
    May 26th - 28th 2010
    Hong Kong , China

    Joint International Conference on Theory, Data Handling and Modelling in GeoSpatial Information Science

    ISPRS Technical Commission 2 Mid-term Symposium

    14th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling

    International Conference on Modelling Geographical Systems

  • European Maritime Day Conference
    May 19th - 21st 2010
    Gijón, Spain

    The European Maritime Day is the occasion to pay tribute to "maritime Europe" and put all maritime sectors and activities in the spotlight to help European citizens realise the real outreach and variety of sea-related activities going on in Europe and provoke reflection on the crucial role the seas play in our everyday life.
  • 13th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science
    May 11th - 14th 2010
    Guimarães, Portugal

    The program of this annually held conference will offer parallel sessions on paper presentations, keynotes and posters. It will also include pre-conference workshops to share ideas, explore on-going research, future developments and state-of-the-art applications. The conference is intended to be a meeting point for professionals from academia, industry, and government interested in promoting GI teaching and research activities among GI laboratories at the European level.
  • Second Preparatory Meeting on Global Geographic Information Management (GGIM)
    May 10th - 11th 2010
    New York, United States

    • Reflections about a global forum for GI management
  • Space Downstream Services 2010 Conference Boosting the Competitiveness of Business & Science: Satellite Services in Modern Society
    May 6th - 7th 2010
    Tallinn, Estonia

    Space Downstream Services 2010 Conference will bring together researchers, market specialists, business executives, government representatives and leaders of regions to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results on diverse aspects of satellite services. Rationale: Fuel discussions about challenges concerning the delivery of services to users while developing innovative business models. The event is targeted at the Baltic States, the Nordic countries, Russia and the whole of Europe on common ground to exchange views, learn from each other, stimulate new partnerships and join forces in the satellite services sector. The conference will demonstrate how satellite services contribute to sustainable economic development of the regions. The conference agenda contains discussions and information exchange on the challenges ahead from the user perspective. Distinguished speakers will present possible solutions provided by existing and planned space applications in the areas of earth observation, satellite positioning and navigation. The conference elaborates on platforms like GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security) and how to integrate regions into the GMES Programme. The in-depth discussions will deal with LBS (Location-based services) business opportunities, understanding the needs of users, and creating revenue. Specific sessions in the conference will be devoted to benefits from the European flagship Galileo, and how the constellation will change business and science in the future. Collaboration with ESA (European Space Agency) and how this opens up new possibilities to integrate technology and platforms with national science and business projects will be discussed in the conference.
  • Integrated River Basin Management Conference
    Apr. 26th - 28th 2010
    Lille, France

    The conference will review technical challenges faced by Member States, stakeholder organisations and scientists, while developing the first River Basin Management Plan under the Water Framework Directive (WFD). It will focus on aspects of integration, looking at the way cross-sectoral and multidisciplinary co-operation has developed, and how emerging issues such as adaptation to climate changes will be considered in the future. This event aims to be a forum of exchanges between policy-makers, stakeholders, and scientists on issues that are closely related to the implementation of EU water policies. Discussions will hence not be limited to the WFD, but will open up to related policies concerning, for example, priority substances, groundwater, floods, climate change adaptation, etc.
  • The Sustainable City 2010
    Apr. 14th - 16th 2010
    La Coruña, Spain

    This Sixth International Conference on Urban Regeneration and Sustainability aims to address the many inter-related aspects of the urban environment from transport and mobility to social exclusion and crime prevention. The meeting will build on the contributions made in previous conferences, which successfully managed to provide an international view of the problems facing modern cities and their solutions. Urban areas produce a series of environmental problems arising from the consumption of natural resources and the consequent generation of waste and pollution. These problems contribute to the development of social and economic imbalances. All these problems, that continue to grow in our society, require the development of new solutions.
  • GISRUK 2010
    Apr. 14th - 16th 2010
    London, United Kingdom

    GIS Research UK conference 2010
  • Monaco Blue Initiative
    Mar. 31st - Apr. 1st 2010
    Monaco, Monaco

    The Monaco Blue Initiative will allow discussion between all ocean communities, including international leaders from business, science, government, civil society. The Monaco Blue Initiative will nurture innovative solutions to advance ocean sustainability worldwide.

    The conference will consist of 3 sessions: Open Session: The man and the Ocean, a fragile balance Session 1: The ocean depths, a new biodiversity to be protected Session 2: The great marine species, the marine ecosystem keystone

  • Joint SAC/SEPA Biennial Conference 2010: Climate, Water & Soil: Science, Policy & Practice
    Mar. 31st - Apr. 1st 2010
    Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    This multi-disciplinary conference will address our current understanding of the management of climate, water and soils in a rapidly changing economic and natural environment. The conference will concentrate on how global changes affect issues at the national, regional and local scale. It will present not only the best possible science and research knowledge but also provide a forum to raise and discuss ways in which management challenges can be identified, prioritised and delivered in the context of multiple drivers under climate change, Scottish, UK and European legislation, management of flood risks and agricultural policies. Land management will be a cross-cutting theme of the meeting.
  • GEOG-AN-MOD 10
    Mar. 23rd - 26th 2010
    Fukuoka, Japan

    Fifth International Workshop on Geographical Analysis, Urban Modeling, Spatial Statistics
  • Workshop Core Spatial Databases
    Mar. 15th - 17th 2010
    Haifa, Israel

    ISPRS Joint Workshop Core Spatial Databases: Updating, Maintenance and Services – from Theory to Practice
  • WPNC'10
    Mar. 11th 2010
    Dresden, Germany

    7th Workshop on Positioning, Navigation and Communication
  • Oceanology International 2010
    Mar. 9th - 11th 2010
    London, United Kingdom

    Oceanology International is a world’s meeting place for the marine science and ocean technology community. Oceanology is attended by a global community of engineers, scientists, legislators, policy makers and management professionals with responsibility across all of the ocean science and marine technology spectrum.
  • CZMRDLLC 2010
    Mar. 6th - 10th 2010
    Alexandria, Egypt

    This 1st International Conference on "Coastal Zone Management of River Deltas and Low Land Coastlines" will address the outstanding problems associated with coastal erosion / accretion / subsidence occurring on shorelines of river deltas and low land areas being increasingly influenced by manmade interference. Another objective will be to propose sustainable solutions to minimize and adapt to the adverse impacts of climate change in the framework of Integrated Coastal Zone Management.
  • Cartographic Heritage 2010
    Feb. 22nd - 24th 2010
    Vienna, Austria

    5th International Workshop on Digital Approaches in Cartographic Heritage
  • GEOProcessing 2010
    Feb. 10th - 15th 2010
    St. Maarten , Netherlands Antilles

    The Second International Conference on Advanced Geographic Information Systems, Applications, and Services
  • Gi4DM 2010
    Feb. 2nd - 4th 2010
    Turin, Italy

    Remote Sensing And Geo-Information For Environmental Emergencies
  • DGI 2010
    Jan. 25th - 28th 2010
    London, United Kingdom

    DGI, the annual European Geospatial Intelligence Conference is Europe's largest annual gathering dedicated to high-level discussion addressing the major challenges of the defence and government geospatial intelligence community. Bringing together Heads of Geospatial Intelligence, GIS, Remote Sensing, Operations, and Imagery and Analysis, the conference provides a unique forum to discuss and debate the development of geospatial intelligence capabilities across the globe. Addressing the use of geospatial information in scenarios such as international conflicts, humanitarian disasters, crime, security, border control, arms treaty monitoring and global climate change, a fundamental objective of the event is to help organisations understand how to build the necessary infrastructure and architecture to take advantage of geospatial intelligence capabilities.
  • National Conference on INSPIRE implementation
    Dec. 18th 2009
    Bucharest, Romania

    During the yearly National Conferences dedicated to INSPIRE implementation, organized by Romanian Space Agency, Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence – Romanian Academy and National Authority for Meteorology, on 2007, 2008 and 2009 has been presented and discussed the activities of eSDI-NET+ Project.

    In cadrul Conferinţelor Naţionale anuale dedicate implementării INSPIRE, organizate de către Agenţia Spaţială Română, Institutul de Cercetări pentru Inteligenţă Artificială – Academia Română şi Autoritatea Naţională pentru Meteorologie, ỉn 2007, 2009 şi 2009 au fost prezentate şi discutate activităţile desfăşurate ỉn cadrul proiectului European eSDI-Net+.

    • Infrastructuri de Date Spatiale la nivel national
    • Spatial Data Infrastructures at national and regional level - Identification and analysis of European best practices: selection criteria and European SDI Best Practice Awards 2009
  • Data Access under the EC-ESA Delegation Agreement
    Dec. 17th 2009
    Brussels, Belgium

    The meeting intends to inform about the principles governing the access to GMES Earth Observation Data from third party missions for the GMES users during the 2011-2013 period. It also provides a preliminary list of data sets that will be made available during this period. In addition, it provides a forum for collecting user feedback on the approach taken and the data sets offered, especially from the GMES services and European value adding and service industry.
  • 15th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP15)
    Dec. 7th - 18th 2009
    Copenhagen, Denmark

    2009 was a crucial year in the international effort to address climate change, culminating in the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen. In 2007, parties agreed to shape an ambitious and effective international response to climate change, to be agreed at Copenhagen. The 119 heads of state and government participating at the climate summit in Copenhagen represent countries that account for 89 percent of the world's GDP, 82 percent of the world's population and 86 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.
  • European SDI Best Practice Awards 2009
    Nov. 26th - 27th 2009
    10128 Turin, Italy

    The SDI Best Practice Award is part of the eSDI-Net+ project, a thematic network co-funded by eContentplus. The Network identifies working, accessible and intelligible solutions, as it communicates the purpose and aims of INSPIRE; it also encourages local collaboration in setting up innovative solutions. At the Turin Award International Conference the final selection of SDIs will be made. Based on the finalist's presentations and/or demonstrations, a final ranking will be decided by the Award Jury. More information about the Award is available at www.esdinetplus.eu in the Get Involved section.
    • SDI_Forth Valley GIS, Scotland, UK at Turin Award
    • SDI_CRIGE_PACA_France_at Turin Award
    • SDI_GDI_NorthRhineWestfalia_Germany_at Turin Award
    • SDI_IDEC_Spain_at Turin Award
    • SDI_IDERioja_Spain_at Turin Award
    • SDI_IIT della Lombardia_Italy_at TurinAward
    • SDI_NLPG&NSG_EnglRegions&Wales_UK_at Turin Award
    • SDI_PlansystemDK_Denmark_at Turin Award
    • SDI_SIG Pyrenees_France_at Turin Award
    • SDI_SNIG_Portugal_at Turin Award_091126
    • SDI_X-border GDI_Netherlands_at Turin Award
    • Best Practice Award Closing JoachimRix
    • Best Practice Award Opening JoachimRix
    • Best Practice Award Session1_FrancoVico
    • Best Practice Award Session2 RobinWaters
    • Best Practice Award Session4 Bastiaan_van_Loenen
    • Describing subnational SDIs - F. Salge
    • INSPIRE and Regional SDIs MaxCraglia
    • Progress of SDI Developments BasKok
    • Results of SDI Analysis MauroSalvemini
    • Frieda Brepoels Message of Support
    • SDI Best Practice Award in GIM International Feb10
    • D4.3-3 Dissemination Materials (final)
    • D4.3-2 Dissemination Materials
    • D3.4 Best Practice Internet Presentation Section
  • ESRI Hungary User Conference 2009
    Oct. 8th 2009
    Budapest, Hungary

    Annual conference usually with over 200 participants
  • PTIP (Polish Association for Spatial Information) Conference in Warsaw, Poland
    Oct. 1st 2009
    Warsaw, Poland

    Presentation of eSDI-Net+
    Partners involved: AGH
  • Intergeo 2009
    Sep. 22nd - 24th 2009
    Karlsruhe, Germany

  • 6th International Symposion on Digital Earth
    Sep. 9th - 12th 2009
    Beijing, China

    Digital Earth in Action
  • eSDI-Net+ 2nd French SDI Best Practice Workshop
    Jun. 29th - 30th 2009
    Lille, France

    The aim of the workshop is to bring together key players and stakeholders of regional and national SDIs from France in order to :

    - Identify national and sub-national SDIs in France

    - Bring together stakeholders that have an understanding of contemporary SDI practices in and across the region

    - Identify those who could further-support the emerging eSDI-Net+ network

    - Initiate awareness-raising across the region to promote SDI and/or work further on SDI assessment and development projects.

  • 11th International Conference on Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI 11)
    Jun. 15th - 19th 2009
    Rotterdam, Netherlands

    • D4.3-2 Dissemination Materials
  • GINNT Expo with eSDI-Netplus Poster Showcase on Regional and Thematic Spatial Data Infrastructures
    Jun. 10th - May 11th 2009
    Budapest, Hungary

    The Exhibition GINNT Expo is devoted to Innovative Technologies. GIS/SDIs were invited to demonstrate capabilities and performances.
  • AGILE 2009
    Jun. 2nd - 5th 2009
    Hannover, Germany

    The 12th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science's theme was:
    ADVANCES IN GI-SCIENCE

    The event was hosted from 2nd to 5th of June in the city of Hannover, by the Institute of Cartography and Geoinformatics of the Leibniz Universität Hannover.

  • Joint International Conference
    May 11th - 14th 2009
    Prague, Czech Republic

    The conference was a joint symphosium of 4 conferences: - Information Systems in agriculture and forestry - INSPIRED CEE-SDI - Information and communication technologies for rural areas - Living Labs for Spatial Data Development and Living Labs as Enabler of Rural Development
  • eSDI-Net+ Belgian SDI Best Practice Workshop
    Apr. 28th 2009
    Brussels, Belgium

    The aim of the workshop is to bring together key players and stakeholders of regional and national SDIs from Belgium, in order to :

    - Identify national and sub-national SDIs in Belgium

    - Bring together stakeholders that have an understanding of contemporary SDI practices in and across the region

    - Identify those who could further-support the emerging eSDI-Net+ network

    - Initiate awareness-raising across the region to promote SDI and/or work further on SDI assessment and development projects.

  • eSDI-Net+ Scandinavian SDI Best Practice Workshop
    Apr. 27th 2009
    Stockholm, Sweden

    The aim of the workshop is to bring together key players and stakeholders of regional and national SDIs from Scandinavian region (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden), in order to :

    - Identify national and sub-national SDIs in the broader region of Scandinavia

    - Bring together stakeholders that have an understanding of contemporary SDI practices in and across the region

    - Identify those who could further-support the emerging eSDI-Net+ network

    - Initiate awareness-raising across the region to promote SDI and/or work further on SDI assessment and development projects.

  • GIS4EU Workshop “Towards INSPIRE” – Call for Papers
    Mar. 18th - 19th 2009
    Székesfehérvár, Hungary

    The GIS4EU workshop will be held on March 18 -19, 2009 at the University of West Hungary, Faculty of Geoinformatics. The Workshop is organised by CORILA, the Institute of Geodesy, Cartography and Remote Sensing (FOMI) and the Faculty of Geoinformatics – University of West Hungary on behalf of the GIS4EU Project (www.gis4eu.eu ). The workshop is a paramount opportunity for GIS experts, coming from industry, research institutions and administrations, to meet and exchange information and experiences. The main focus of the event is to analyse the INSPIRE Directive (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe) from a technical point of view and present the results of the recent EU projects in this field. Authors are invited to submit their abstracts for oral presentation. The abstract should be submitted electronically through the workshop web site by the 27 of February 2009. Contacts: malerba@corila.it For further information: www.inspire.gis4eu.eu
  • The Cascadoss National Information Workshop in Czech Republic
    Feb. 23rd - 27th 2009
    Prague, Czech Republic

    These 2-days workshops will offer the participants a detailed overview of the best Open Source GIS & Remote Sensing Software projects, the best Open Source-based environmental applications and an explanation on Open Source licensing issues. CASCADOSS also aims at stimulating GMES end-users to incorporate Open Source GIS&RS technology into their working methods and decision-making processes.
  • »Lokale GDIs im europäischen Kontext – Eine nationale Perspektive« - eSDI-Net+ German and Swiss SDI Best Practice Workshop
    Feb. 12th - 13th 2009
    64283 Darmstadt, Germany

    Das InGeoForum und die INI-GraphicsNet Stiftung veranstalteten im Rahmen des eSDI-Net+ Projektes der Europäischen Kommission den Workshop »Lokale GDIs im europäischen Kontext – Eine nationale Perspektive«. Der Workshop richtete sich an Geodateninfrastrukturen (GDIs) aus dem deutschsprachigen Raum sowie an alle am Thema Geoinformationen (GI) und INSPIRE Interessierten. Ziel der von den eSDI-Net+ Projektpartnern organisierten Workshops war es, den Dialog über das Thema GI von der lokalen auf die europäische Ebene auszuweiten und zu vertiefen.

    The main goal of this workshop is to promote best practices on the national and regional level. The workshop gives platform to the SDI stakeholders to exchange experiences and knowledge on SDI’s developed in the region. The best SDI solutions from Germany and Switzerland are asked to present themselves to the wider public.

    • German SDI WS: Project Introduction
    • German SDI WS Abschlussdiskussion
    • German SDI WS Agenda
    • German SDI WS: EUROSTAT INSPIRE
    • German SDI WS: GDI Suedhessen
    • German SDI WS: GDI Thueringen I
    • German SDI WS: GDI Thueringen II
    • German SDI WS: GDI-DE - Regionale GDI
    • German SDI WS: GDI in der Schweiz
    • German SDI WS: Umweltportal PortalU
    • German SDI WS: Stuttgart GDI aus Sicht der Kommunen
  • The Cascadoss Information Workshop in Poland
    Feb. 12th - 13th 2009
    Warsaw, Poland

    These 2-days workshops will offer the participants a detailed overview of the best Open Source GIS & Remote Sensing Software projects, the best Open Source-based environmental applications and an explanation on Open Source licensing issues. CASCADOSS also aims at stimulating GMES end-users to incorporate Open Source GIS&RS technology into their working methods and decision-making processes.
  • eSDI-Net+ UK & Ireland Best Practice Workshop
    Feb. 11th 2009
    Liverpool, United Kingdom

    Best Practice Workshop for UK & Ireland held in Liverpool with representatives of the participating SDIs, Scottish and Welsh Government reps, IRLOGI and AGI. Also Environment Agency. The workshop programme included the presentation of survey results and best practices per topic of the methodology and organisation of a round table for discussion of key topics, such as: Communication and cooperation between sub-national SDIs and with the national SDIs: key features that differentiate an SDI and a complex corporate GI;, main drawbacks in sub-national SDI implementation; dealing with IPRs and managing geographic data licensing issues; management of sub-national SDIs/national SDIs relationship; subsidiarity among regions and municipalities in producing topographic databases; building a shared data model for structural urban planning; technological aspects.
    • eSDI-Net+ UK & Ireland SDI Best Practice Workshop
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: Introduction
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: eSDI-Net+ Project Overview
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: WP2 Overview - Identification & Analysis of Best Practices
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: SDI Typology - Ian Masser
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: SDI Case Studies - Common Threads & Observations
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: Fingal County - Fingal Data Hub
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: Irish Spatial Data Exchange
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: UK Academic Network
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: National Land and Property Gazetteer and National Street Gazetteer
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: Partnership for Urban South Hampshire & Atkins Geospatia SDI
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: GIS-MO - Dudley's SDI
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: UK Marine Environmental Data and Information Network
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: Northern Ireland's SDI
    • UK & Ireland SDI WS: Forth Valley GIS
    • SDI: Best Practice in UK and Ireland
  • eSDI-Net+ South East European SDI Best Practice Workshop
    Feb. 5th - 6th 2009
    54624 Thessaloniki, Greece

    The aim of the workshop is to bring together Key players and stakeholders of regional and national SDI from 12 countries in the South-East European region, in order to : - Identify national and sub-national SDIs in the broader region of South East Europe - Bring together stakeholders that have an understanding of contemporary SDI practices in and across the region - Identify those who could further-support the emerging eSDI-Net+ network - Initiate awareness-raising across the region to promote SDI and/or work further on SDI assessment and development projects
  • eSDI-Net+ Iberian (Portuguese and Spanish) SDI Best Practice Workshop
    Feb. 5th 2009
    1050-229 Lisbon, Portugal

    The aim of the workshop is to bring together Key players and stakeholders of regional and national SDI from Portugal and Spain, in order to : · Identify national and sub-national SDIs in Portugal and Spain · Bring together stakeholders that have an understanding of contemporary SDI practices in and across the region · Identify those who could further-support the emerging eSDI-Net+ network · Initiate awareness-raising across the region to promote SDI and/or work further on SDI assessment and development projects
    • Iberian Workshop on “Identification and Analysis of Sub-national SDI Best Practices”
  • The Cascadoss National Information Workshop in Belgium
    Feb. 5th - 6th 2009
    Leuven, Belgium

    These 2-days workshops will offer the participants a detailed overview of the best Open Source GIS & Remote Sensing Software projects, the best Open Source-based environmental applications and an explanation on Open Source licensing issues. CASCADOSS also aims at stimulating GMES end-users to incorporate Open Source GIS&RS technology into their working methods and decision-making processes.
  • Contemporary Activity on SDI in South-East Europe
    Feb. 5th - 6th 2009
    Thessaloniki, Greece

    Under the eSDI-Net+ project SEERC and AGISEE are organising the 1st workshop on Contemporary Activity on SDI in the South East European Region. The workshop will take place in Thessaloniki, Greece, on the 5th and 6th of February 2009. The aim of the workshop is to bring together key players and stakeholders of local, regional and national SDIs from 12 countries in the South-East European region, in order to : -identify national and sub-national SDIs in the broader region of South East Europe -bring together stakeholders that have an understanding of contemporary SDI practices in and across the region -identify those who could further-support the emerging eSDI-Net+ network -initiate awareness-raising across the region to promote SDI and/or work further on SDI assessment and development projects
  • The Cascadoss National Information Workshop in Slovakia
    Feb. 2nd - 6th 2009
    Bratislava, Slovakia

    These 2-days workshops will offer the participants a detailed overview of the best Open Source GIS & Remote Sensing Software projects, the best Open Source-based environmental applications and an explanation on Open Source licensing issues. CASCADOSS also aims at stimulating GMES end-users to incorporate Open Source GIS&RS technology into their working methods and decision-making processes.
  • eSDI-Net+ Polish SDI Best Practice Workshop
    Jan. 29th 2009
    Krakow, Poland

    The main goal of the eSDI-Net+ workshop is to select and promote The Best Practices on the regional and local level. This workshop create a platform for SDI stakeholders to exchange experiences and knowledge on SDI’s developed in POLAND. The best SDI solutions from Poland will present their SDI to the wider public.
    • PROBLEMATYKA SDI W PROJEKCIE ESDI-NET+ PRZYGOTOWANYM W RAMACH PROGRAMU KOMISJI EUROPEJSKIEJ eCONTENT
  • The Cascadoss National Information Workshop in Hungary
    Jan. 29th - 30th 2009
    Szeged, Hungary

    These 2-days workshops will offer the participants a detailed overview of the best Open Source GIS & Remote Sensing Software projects, the best Open Source-based environmental applications and an explanation on Open Source licensing issues. CASCADOSS also aims at stimulating GMES end-users to incorporate Open Source GIS&RS technology into their working methods and decision-making processes.
  • eSDI-Net+ WP2 & WP3 Meeting Thessaloniki
    Jan. 15th - 16th 2009
    Thessaloniki, Greece

  • Preseantation at the Workshop “Multimodal and Multidimensional Content and Media
    Dec. 16th 2008
    Genova, Switzerland

    Partners involved: IMATI
  • eSDI-Net+ Romanian Best Practice Workshop
    Dec. 11th - 12th 2008
    Bucharest, Romania

  • Presentation at the Workshop Geospatial Data in the Operational Decision Making Process
    Nov. 18th - 20th 2008
    La Spezia, Italy

    Partners involved: IMATI
  • Digital Earth Summit on Geoinformatics: Tools for Global Change Research
    Nov. 12th 2008 - Aug. 14th 2010
    Potsdam, Germany

    Presentation about the future of spatial data infrastructures
    Partners involved: AGISEE
    • Digital Earth Summit on Geoinformatics 2008 - Spatial Data Infrastructures by 2020
  • Presentation on eSDI-Netplus delivered at EUROGI EMM hosted by City Hall, Gothenburg, Sweden
    Nov. 1st 2008
    Gothenburg, Sweden

    Partners involved: HUNAGI
  • Presentation of eSDI-Net+ at the Polish Academy of Sciences Conference in Cracow, Poland
    Nov. 1st 2008
    Cracow, Poland

    Partners involved: AGH
  • Meeting with respresentatives of protected areas of Bulgaria, Sofia
    Nov. 1st 2008
    Sofia, Bulgaria

    Discussion about SDIs with special mentioning of the eSDI_Net+ project.
    Partners involved: AGISEE
  • ESRI European, Middle East and Africa User Conference 2008
    Oct. 28th - 30th 2008
    London, United Kingdom

  • World Conservation Congress
    Oct. 5th - 14th 2008
    Barcelona, Spain

    Contact: congress@iucn.org

  • SASIG - 1st Conference of GIS Open Source Software
    Oct. 1st 2008
    Águeda, Portugal

    The objective of this conference was to broaden the horizons, change the perspective about software for GIS and present the existent alternatives their applications in real environment.
    Presentation of eSDI-NET+ project.
    Partners involved: USIG
  • Intergeo 2008
    Sep. 30th - Oct. 2nd 2008
    Bremen, Germany

  • eSDI-Net+ Italian SDI Best Practice Workshop
    Sep. 25th 2008
    Rome, Italy

  • Association for Geographic Information (AGI) Conference 2008
    Sep. 24th - 25th 2008
    Stratford upon Avon, United Kingdom

  • CEOS CEOS Working Group on Information Systems and Services (WGISS)
    Sep. 22nd - 26th 2008
    Boulder, CO., United States

    Presentation on GSDI Report delivered at CEOS WGISS 26, hosted by NOAA/UCAR, Boulder, Co. USA
    Partners involved: HUNAGI
  • 1st International Conference on Remote Sensing Techniques in Disaster
    Sep. 22nd - 24th 2008
    Zadar, Croatia

  • 39th European Surveyors Congress
    Sep. 17th - 19th 2008
    Strasbourg, France

    The perspectives: The role of surveyors in the European economy and society

  • Kostenfreie GIS
    Sep. 15th - 16th 2008
    Osnabrück, Germany

  • International Interdisciplinary Conference on Predictions for Hydrology, Ecology and Water Resources Management (HydroPredict '2008) - Using Data and Models to Benefit Society
    Sep. 15th - 18th 2008
    Prague, Czech Republic

    Contact: mchill@usgs.gov or karel.kovar@mnp.nl

  • eSDI-NET+ Czech and Slovakian Regional Workshop
    Sep. 10th 2008
    Brno, Czech Republic

    The workshop programme included the presentation of survey results and best practices per topic of the methodology and organisation of a round table for discussion of key topics, such as: Communication and cooperation between sub-national SDIs and with the national SDIs: key features that differentiate an SDI and a complex corporate GI;, main drawbacks in sub-national SDI implementation; dealing with IPRs and managing geographic data licensing issues; management of sub-national SDIs/national SDIs relationship; subsidiarity among regions and municipalities in producing topographic databases; building a shared data model for structural urban planning; technological aspects.
    • Report on best SDI practices analysis in CR and SR
    • Czech and Slovakian SDI WS: Czech Cadastral Office - Geoportal
    • Czech and Slovakian SDI WS: Ministry of Interior of the CR - Portal of the Public administration
    • Czech and Slovakian SDI WS: University of Comenius in Bratislava - NIPI
    • Czech and Slovakian SDI WS: Forest Management Institute - Portal for forestry
    • Czech and Slovakian SDI WS: Region of Liberec - Geogame
    • Czech and Slovakian SDI WS: HSRS - Turist portal of region Posazavi
    • Czech and Slovakian SDI WS: Slovak Environmental Agency - ENIPI
    • Czech and Slovakian SDI WS: Ministry of Agriculture of the CR - Water portal
  • 22th International Conference on Informatics for Environmental Protection (EnviroInfo 2008)
    Sep. 10th - 12th 2008
    Lüneburg, Germany

  • 2008 EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Conference
    Sep. 8th - 12th 2008
    Darmstadt, Germany

  • 13th World Water Congress Theme: Global Changes and Water Resources: Confronting the Expanding and Diversifying Pressures
    Sep. 1st - 4th 2008
    Montpellier, France

    Contact: wwc2008@msem.univ-montp2.fr

  • National eSDI-Net Workshop hosted by VÁTI, Budapest, Hungary
    Aug. 29th 2008
    Budapest, Hungary

    The Workshop was organised by HUNAGI for the participating local/thematic SDI service provider representatives, some invited INSPIRE governmental decision makers and responsible experts as well as representatives of the academia, private sector, NGOs and the WG818 (spatial data) of the Hungarian Board of Standards.
    The workshop programme included the presentation of survey results and best practices per topic of the methodology and organisation of a round table for discussion of key topics, such as: Communication and cooperation between sub-national SDIs and with the national SDIs: key features that differentiate an SDI and a complex corporate GI;, main drawbacks in sub-national SDI implementation; dealing with IPRs and managing geographic data licensing issues; management of sub-national SDIs/national SDIs relationship; subsidiarity among regions and municipalities in producing topographic databases; building a shared data model for structural urban planning; technological aspects.
    • National Regional Development and Spatial Planning Information System
    • META database service & Landscape Ecological Vegetation Maps of Hungary
  • EUROSOIL 2008
    Aug. 25th - 29th 2008
    Vienna, Austria

  • In presentation at HUNGEO (Geosciences in the Carpathian Basin) hosted by ELTE, Budapest 20-24 August, 2008
    Aug. 20th - 24th 2008
    Budapest, Hungary

    Partners involved: HUNAGI
  • Geoscience World Congress 2008 - "Earth System Science: Foundation for Sustainable Development"
    Aug. 5th - 14th 2008
    Oslo, Norway

  • Governing shared resources: connecting local experience to global challenges, 12th Biennial Global IASC Conference
    Jul. 14th - 18th 2008
    Cheltenham, United Kingdom

  • Conference on Design & Decision Support Systems in Architecture and Urban Planning
    Jul. 7th - 10th 2008
    Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands

  • ISPRS Congress 2008
    Jul. 3rd - 11th 2008
    Beijing, China

    Presentation at the SDI Session of the ISPRS Congress
    Partners involved: HUNAGI
  • AGIT
    Jul. 2nd - 4th 2008
    Salzburg, Austria

  • AGI Environmental Special Interest Group Annual Conference - Climate change: How GIS can help towards a greener future
    Jul. 2nd 2008
    Nottingham, United Kingdom

  • 5th International Conference on Geographic Information Systems (ICGIS-2008)
    Jul. 2nd - 5th 2008
    Istanbul, Turkey

    Contact: icgis2008@fatih.edu.tr

  • Geoinformatics Forum Salzburg (GI Forum 2008)
    Jul. 1st - 4th 2008
    Salzburg, Austria

    Presentation of eSDI-NET+ at VESTA-GIS Workoshop, in Salzurg, Austria inside the GI-Forum
    Partners involved: GISIG
  • 3rd International Workshop on "Geographical Analysis, Urban Modeling, Spatial Statistics" (GEOG-AN-MOD'08), in conjunction with 2008 International Conference on Computational Science and its Applications (ICCSA 2008), http://www.iccsa.org/
    Jun. 30th - Jul. 3rd 2008
    Perugia, Italy

  • Spatial Data Handling Conference 2008
    Jun. 23rd - 25th 2008
    Montpellier, France

  • INSPIRE Conference 2008
    Jun. 23rd - Mar. 25th 2008
    SI - 2000 Maribor, Slovenia

    The focus of the INSPIRE Conference 2008 was on reviewing the progress of the INSPIRE Legislation and on the development of SDIs in general.
    The objectives were to:

    - View the current state of progress of the INSPIRE legislation
    - Share knowledge on the progress of transposition of the INSPIRE directive in the member states
    - Offer an opportunity to the INSPIRE Drafting Teams and Thematic Working Groups to report on the development of the INSPIRE Implementing Rules
    - Further our understanding of the implementation challenges, costs, and benefits of SDIs at national, regional, and local level
    - Identify key issues and opportunities for European SDI projects
    - Explore and define synergies with other initiatives such as Group on Earth Observations (GEO), Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES), Shared Environmental Information System (SEIS)

  • ICA workshop on generalisation and multi-representation
    Jun. 20th - 21st 2008
    Montpellier, France

    This workshop (held annually) is being organised jointly between the International Cartographic Association, EuroSDR and the Dutch program RGI. It is an international research forum in the field of multi scale mapping and associated technologies and theories. The two days workshop will precede the International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling (SDH).

  • GI-Days 2008, June 16-18, Muenster, Germany
    Jun. 16th - 18th 2008
    Muenster, Germany

    Partners involved: AGISEE
  • FIG Working Week and XXXI General Assembly
    Jun. 14th - 19th 2008
    Stockholm, Sweden

  • International Workshop Sharing Good Practices: e-Learning in Surveying, Geo-information Sciences and Land Administration
    Jun. 11th - 13th 2008
    Enschede, Netherlands

  • GIS/SIT 2008 (Forum suisse de la géoinformation)
    Jun. 10th - 12th 2008
    Zürich, Switzerland

    Contact: info@sogi.ch

  • eSDI-NET+ French SDI Best Practice Workshop
    Jun. 5th - 6th 2008
    Strasbourg, France

    The workshop programme included the presentation of survey results and best practices per topic of the methodology and organisation of a round table for discussion of key topics, such as: Communication and cooperation between sub-national SDIs and with the national SDIs: key features that differentiate an SDI and a complex corporate GI;, main drawbacks in sub-national SDI implementation; dealing with IPRs and managing geographic data licensing issues; management of sub-national SDIs/national SDIs relationship; subsidiarity among regions and municipalities in producing topographic databases; building a shared data model for structural urban planning; technological aspects.
  • Conference of the CNR Department ICT in Milan on 5-6 June 2008
    Jun. 5th - 6th 2008
    Milan, Italy

    Partners involved: IMATI
  • VI-th International Conference “Challenges in Higher Education and Research in the 21st Century”, 4 June - 7 June, 2008, Sozopol, Bulgaria
    Jun. 4th - 7th 2008
    Sozopol, Bulgaria

    Partners involved: AGISEE
  • 8th Conference on GIS for Developing Countries (GISDECO 2008) - Integrating GIS and Remote Sensing in a Dynamic World
    Jun. 4th - 7th 2008
    Istanbul, Turkey

  • June '08 OGC Technical Committee Meeting
    Jun. 2nd - 6th 2008
    Potsdam, Germany

  • 28th EARSeL Symposium "Remote Sensing for a Changing Europe"
    Jun. 2nd - 7th 2008
    Istanbul, Turkey

  • Presentation of eSDI-NET+ at GISIG Meeting, Maribor, Slovenia
    Jun. 1st 2008
    Maribor, Slovenia

    Partners involved: GISIG
  • International Conference on Studying, Modeling and Sense Making of Planet Earth
    Jun. 1st - 6th 2008
    Mytilene, Lesvos, Greece

  • ISO/TC 211 26th Plenary & WGs and ECs prior to plenary
    May 29th - 30th 2008
    Copenhagen, Denmark

  • 3rd International Conference BALWOIS 2008 - Conference on Water Observation and Information Systems for Decision Support
    May 27th - 31st 2008
    Ohrid, Macedonia

    For this 3rd BALWOIS Conference, specific attention will be dedicated to the use of GIS and Remote sensing technologies for sustainable development and more specifically applied to the previous topics.

  • Presentation of eSDI-Net+ project at the ESIG - GIS National Conference on 14-16 May 2008 in Lisbon, Portugal.
    May 14th - 16th 2008
    Lisbon, Portugal

    Partners involved: EUROGI, USIG
  • Risk Analysis 2008 - 6th International Conference in Computer Simulation Risk Analysis and Hazard Mitigation
    May 5th - 7th 2008
    Cephalonia, Greece

  • 11th AGILE conference on Geographic Information Science & Workshop on Geo Visualization
    May 5th - 8th 2008
    Girona, Spain

    Contact: lars.bernard@tu-dresden.de

  • Conference 1Spatial Conference 2008 - 1 Source of Truth
    Apr. 29th - May 1st 2008
    Stansted Airport, United Kingdom

  • AGI Utilities SIG Event
    Apr. 24th 2008
    Leicester, United Kingdom

  • PSI Workshops Sofia, 17 April 2008.
    Apr. 17th 2008
    Sofia, Bulgaria

    Partners involved: AGISEE
  • European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2008
    Apr. 13th - 18th 2008
    Vienna, Austria

  • GIStech 2008
    Apr. 9th 2008
    Rotterdam, Netherlands

  • GEO-8 - GIS Innovations and World of Geomatics
    Apr. 9th - 10th 2008
    Conventry, United Kingdom

  • Géo-événement 2008
    Apr. 8th - 10th 2008
    Paris, France

  • Biodiversity Informatics and Climate Change Impacts on Life
    Apr. 5th - 6th 2008
    Aarhus, Denmark

  • GISRUK 2008
    Apr. 2nd - 4th 2008
    Manchester, United Kingdom

  • GI-TAGE-NORD 2008
    Apr. 2nd - 3rd 2008
    Hamburg, Germany

  • FOSSGIS 2008
    Apr. 1st - 3rd 2008
    Freiburg, Germany

  • EARSC Event 2008: Is GMES an opportunity for the service industry?
    Mar. 19th 2008
    Brussels, Belgium

    The workshop will face issues related to applications industry access to information about GMES data and service availability and schedule, and ongoing and future support to application development and deployment by the public sector and large corporations. The service industry sector is indeed a key for the success of the GMES Programme as a whole not only inside Europe itself but also to allow the benefits of the European GMES to be shared worldwide.

  • Local and Regional Risk Management Integrated-Use of Satellite Information and Services
    Mar. 10th - 11th 2008
    Sinaia, Romania

  • EARSeL Joint Workshop - Remote Sensing: New Challenges of High Resolution
    Mar. 5th - 7th 2008
    Bochum, Germany

  • Jornadas de SIG Libre
    Mar. 3rd - 5th 2008
    Girona, Spain

  • 3-D GIS Seminar
    Mar. 3rd - 4th 2008
    Stockholm, Sweden

  • In presentation at GIS Open, Faculty of Geoinformatics, Univ of West Hungary, Székesfehérvár, Hungary
    Mar. 1st 2008
    Székesfehérvár, Hungary

    Partners involved: HUNAGI
  • GEOS 2008
    Feb. 27th - 28th 2008
    Prague, Czech Republic

    The conference will be followed by the General Assembly meeting of the Council of European Geodetic Surveyors, that will take place in Prague immediately after the conference during 29 February to 1 March 2008. At the same time the International Fair of Geodesy and Cartography GEOS 2008 will be held during 28 February to 1 March. The conference will focus on the following subjects:

    1. Our Profession in Europe without Barriers
    2. Geoinformation and GIS, Cartography and Map Creation
    3. Navigation Systems and Services Based on Location
    4. Basic Geodetic Control and Geodetic Work
    5. Cadastre of Real Estate
    6. Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.
  • 2008 Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Long-Term Policies: Governing Social-Ecological Change
    Feb. 22nd - 23rd 2008
    Berlin, Germany

  • ePSIplus (European Public Sector Information (PSI) Re-use) Austria/National Meeting
    Feb. 20th 2008
    Vienna, Austria

  • Joint EuroSDR and ISPRS Workshop - Geosensor Networks
    Feb. 20th - 22nd 2008
    Hannover, Germany

  • 5. Sächsisches GIS-Forum des GDI-Sachsen e.V.
    Feb. 20th 2008
    Dresden, Germany

  • 12th Annual International Symposium: "Space Solutions to Earth's Global Challenges"
    Feb. 20th - 22nd 2008
    Strasbourg, France

    beethakore@yahoo.co.uk

  • 5th INTERGEO East
    Feb. 19th - 20th 2008
    Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro

    Participation in Intergeo-East Belgrade, 19-20 February 2008, with a presentation of the eSDI Net+ project during the conference. Presentation of the project and discussion with representatives of the conference audience and of the Exhibition at Intergeo
  • International Congress on Geomatic & Surveying Engineering - Spatial Information Management Toward Environmental Management of Mega Cities
    Feb. 18th - 21st 2008
    Valencia, Spain

  • 6th Luso-Spanish Assembly of Geodesy and Geophysics
    Feb. 11th - 14th 2008
    Tomar, Portugal

  • 6th ICA Mountain Cartography Workshop - Mountain Mapping and Visualization
    Feb. 11th - 15th 2008
    Lenk, Switzerland

  • ePSIplus (European Public Sector Information (PSI) Re-use) Malta/National Meeting
    Feb. 8th 2008
    Valletta, Malta

  • Presentation at the GSDI-10 in St. Augustin, Trinidad on February 08, 2008
    Feb. 8th 2008
    St. Augustin, Trinidad and Tobago

    Partners involved:HUNAGI
  • Socioeconomic Effects of Public Sector Information on Digital Networks: Toward a Better Understanding of Different Access and Reuse Policies
    Feb. 4th - 5th 2008
    Paris, France

    Contact: Paul Uhlir, PUhlir@nas.edu

  • Seminarium: Geografiska e-tjänster
    Jan. 30th 2008
    Stockholm, Sweden

  • GIS Ostrava 2008
    Jan. 27th - 30th 2008
    Ostrava , Czech Republic

  • ePSIplus (European Public Sector Information (PSI) Re-use) Latvia/National Meeting
    Jan. 25th 2008
    Riga, Latvia

  • ePSIplus (European Public Sector Information (PSI) Re-use) Czech Republic/National Meeting
    Jan. 23rd 2008
    Prague, Czech Republic

  • AGI Seminar: Inspire: How it will affect ALL GIS Users
    Jan. 23rd 2008
    Birmingham, United Kingdom

  • DGI Europe 2008 - 4th Annual Gathering for the International Defence Geospatial Intelligence Community
    Jan. 21st - 24th 2008
    London, United Kingdom

  • 2nd International Conference on Cartography
    Jan. 21st - 24th 2008
    Borovets, Bulgaria

    Presentation of the project to the AGISEE management board meeting in Borovets, Bulgaria.
    Partners involved: AGISEE
  • Integrated Application Promotion (IAP) Information Day
    Jan. 15th 2008
    Brussels, Belgium

    The aim of the ESA Integrated Application Promotion (IAP) Program is to promote the development of Integrated Applications using a combination of space capabilities and delivering new services to citizens. Registration is free of charge.

  • Presentation at the CASCADOSS Project Meeting in Budapest, Hungary
    Jan. 1st 2008
    Budapest, Hungary

    Partners involved: HUNAGI
  • Presentation of eSDI-Net+ project at the National Conference on INSPIRE on 11-12 December 2007 in Bucharest, Romania.
    Dec. 11th - 12th 2007
    Bucharest, Romania

    Partners involved: ICIA
  • Presentation at the EUROGI - DG JRC Workshop PPP4SDI in Rome, Italy
    Dec. 6th - 7th 2007
    Rome, Italy

    Partners involved: HUNAGI
  • Stresa: Meeting with OGC’s President Mark Reichardt and Athina Trakas; Follow-Up Discussion about cooperation in Community Building and overall Dissemination Activities;
    Dec. 1st 2007
    Stresa, Italy

    Partners involved: IGS
  • Presentation of link to eSDI-NET+ at the GIS4EU kick-off meeting, in Venice, Italy
    Dec. 1st 2007
    Venice, Italy

    Partners involved: GISIG
  • Presentation of eSDI-Net+ at the PTIP Conference in Warsaw, Poland
    Nov. 7th 2007
    Warsaw, Poland

    Partners involved: AGH
  • Presentation of eSDI-Net+ at the ASITA Conference in Torino, Italy
    Nov. 1st 2007
    Torino, Italy

    Partners involved: ULSoR / GISIG
  • Presentation of eSDI-Net+ at the HUNAGI Forum on eGovernance and SDI in Budapest, Hungary
    Oct. 1st 2007
    Budapest, Hungary

    Partners Involved :HUNAGI
  • Presentation of eSDI-Net+ at the ESRI Hungary User Conference, Budapest, Hungary
    Oct. 1st 2007
    Budapest, Hungary

    Partners involved: HUNAGI
  • Presentation of eSDI-Net+ at the CEOS WGISS-24 Meeting, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
    Oct. 1st 2007
    Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

    partnes involved: HUNAGI
  • Presentation of eSDI-Net+ at the 12th GIS Workshop, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    Oct. 1st 2007
    Cluj-Napoca, Romania

    Partners involved: HUNAGI
  • Presentation of eSDI-Net+ at the Intergeo 2007 in Leipzig, Germany; Introduction of the Project to various interested organisations and companies in the GI field, i.e. OGC, Conterra/ESRI, Bentley, Wupperverband;
    Sep. 1st 2007
    Leipzig, Germany

    Presentation of eSDI-Net+ at the Intergeo 2007 in Leipzig, Germany; Introduction of the Project to various interested organisations and companies in the GI field, i.e. OGC, Conterra/ESRI, Bentley, Wupperverband; IGS Partner Participated