Articles in the Conference Category

Apr 2010 | No Comment

The NRSC User Interaction Workshop 2010 organised by the National remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), Department of Space, India was an opportunity to inform the Geo spatial user community regarding the various developments that have happened in terms of Products and services available to them and also for the user community to share their experiences.
G. Balachandran, …

Apr 2010 | No Comment

The Munich Satellite Navigation Summit 2010 was held from March 9 – 11 in the famous Residenz Munich, traditionally organized by the Institute of Geodesy and Navigation of the University FAF Munich. Prof. Bernd Eissfeller, Director of the hosting Institute, was delighted to welcome 450 attendees from about 25 nations.
GNSS – quo vadis?
This year´s motto …

Feb 2010 | No Comment

Survey Camp, Nainital was held from 28th November – 7th December, 2008 as part of the academic curriculum at IIT Kanpur. The site chosen for the camp was Nainital which is set in a valley containing a pear-shaped lake and is bounded by a great snowy range which forms the central axis of the Himalayas …

Feb 2010 | No Comment

Showcase of New GNSS Era
The First Asia Oceania Regional Workshop
Jan 25-26, 2010, Bangkok, Thailand

The First Asia Oceania Regional Workshop was held on January 25 and 26 at Sofitel Centara Grand Bangkok, Thailand. The workshop was hosted by SPAC, JAXA and GISTDA as well as supported by United Nations International Committee on GNSS (UN ICG). The …

Oct 2009 | Comments Off on ESA International Summer School on GNSS 2009
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Th e ESA International Summer School on GNSS 2009 was held from July 20th to 30th in Berchtesgaden, Bavaria – Germany. Aft er the great successes in 2007 and 2008 the European Space Agency adopted the International Summer School on GNSS which itents to educate Satellite Navigation in an intersdisciplinary way and give a comprehensive overview on the design and development of satellite navigation systems and its applications. Bernd Eissfeller, leading organizer and director of the Institute of Geodesy and Navigation of the University FAF, Munich was plesed about this change. “Not only ESA is now part of this international activity concerning GNSS education”, he pointed out, “but also many high ranking universities which supported the Summer School for the fi rst time.” Th e 2009 organizing committ ee consisted of Eissfeller`s institute, the Stanford University (USA), the Institute Supérieur de l`Aéronautique et de l`Èspace (France), Aalborg University (Denmark) and Graz University of Technology (Austria). 47 participants from all over the world joined Summer School 2009, i.e. Russia, China, Australia, etc.

Oct 2009 | Comments Off on Conference connects GIS users worldwide
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“Thank you for attending this year,” said President Jack Dangermond, ESRI, as he welcomed attendees at the 2009 ESRI International User Conference (ESRI UC). “Many things have taken place over the last year, and I’m particularly grateful you are here with us today. I know some of you came on your own money and traveled halfway around the world–I can’t say how much I appreciate that.”

Jul 2009 | Comments Off on “The betterment of societies through spatial enablement”

This conference is a milestone in our GSDI journey. The huge size of the conference program points to the relevance and level of interest in the subject areas of the conference partners. The conference has shown, once again, the essential requirement for the Association to partner in order to delivering credible outcomes, with INSPIRE and Geonovum at this event, as we did with FIG in GSDI 9.

Jun 2009 | Comments Off on Re-Engineering the cadastre to support e-Government

 

Report on 3rd Land Administration Forum 24-26 May 2009-Tehran, Iran

 
 

The UN sponsored Permanent Committee …

Dec 2008 | Comments Off on INTERGEO 2008

 

The three days of INTERGEO, which was held at the Bremen Exhibition Centre this year, have confirmed that the world’s largest congress trade fair for geodesy, geoinformation and land management has a special place in the industry.
“INTERGEO is a very important event to show our latest developments and is …

Dec 2008 | Comments Off on Bridging the gap between open and institutional mapping
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As geospatial technology becomes an integral part of our daily lives, our ‘worldview’ grows and the world becomes a ‘smaller’ place. The technology itself has many facets, managed and used by a growing number of people. To understand how the interactions are taking shape among the various players of geospatial technology, …