GIS Conference Roundup


In the latest GIS conference news, Safe Software is offering a free webinar, OSGIS registrations are closing soon, the INTERGEO conference will be held in September, and the International LiDAR Mapping Forum has a call for papers.

Safe Software is offering a free one-hour webinar on loading data into Oracle Spatial and sharing it with users.  The webinar takes place on Thursday, June 9th at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT.  Register here.

  • See how to quickly load data into Oracle Spatial, including popular GIS, CAD, and database formats
  • Learn how FME’s powerful transformation capabilities enable you to change the data’s model to meet your database structure
  • Discover how to free your data of format and structure limitations so that anyone can leverage your data, regardless of their preferred system or location
  • Ask FME experts for help with your unique spatial data interoperability challenges

Registrations close on June 9th for OSGIS 2011.  The conference is being hosted by the Centre for Geospatial Science at Nottingham University on June 21st and 22nd.

INTERGEO will be held in Nuremberg from September 27 – 29, 2011.


The International LiDAR Mapping Forum has a Call for Papers for ILMF 2012 which will be held in Denver, Colorado from January 23-25, 2012.

The ILMF Technical Committee lead by Conference Chairman Alastair MacDonald from TMSI invite papers on a number of topics all of which can be found on the website .  Abstracts should be no more than 250 words and can be submitted online at the aforementioned website address.  The deadline is September 7, 2011.  Each abstract will be peer reviewed by the committee.



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