Cursos e Eventos
Geospatial World Forum – the mega biannual global confluence of geospatial professionals is scheduled from 18th January 2011 to 21st January 2011 at Hyderabad, India. With its theme ‘Dimensions and Directions of Geospatial Industry’ the forum is driven with an objective to provide an appropriate representation of geospatial industry and its relevance in tomorrow’s world and it shall encompass in itself directions and dimensions for geospatial industry.
DGI is the most significant event in Europe for the national security community and intelligence experts exploiting location information for local, national and coalition national security programs. Focusing on how key decisions are supported through the provision of location intelligence but embracing ever wider information superiority needs, DGI serves the sharing of information and networking needs of government and industry leaders from across NATO, Europe and international mission partners.
SPAR Europe is a conference & exhibition focused on end-to-end business and technology considerations for 3D measurement and imaging for building, architecture and construction; industrial facilities; forensic and security.
European LiDAR Mapping Forum (ELMF) is a technical conference & exhibition focused on data acquisition, fusion, processing & point clouds for airborne, terrestrial and underwater LiDAR used to support transport, urban modelling, coastal zone mapping, utility asset management and more.
O objetivo é promover o encontro entre profissionais da área, pesquisadores, professores e estudantes de nível técnico, graduação e pós-graduação interessados nos estudos sobre o uso de geotecnologias no bioma pantaneiro.
GeoBIM Europe 2014, a conference focusing on integration of geospatial and Building Information Modeling (BIM) and its pressing issues of policies, standards, and interoperability. The conference will provide a platform for interchange of ideas between BIM, geospatial community and the construction and infrastructure stakeholders, including policy makers, government and public sector, infrastructure developers, construction companies/ EPC contractors, engineering companies, consultants, financial institutions and banks, project executing agencies, IT solutions providers and academic and research bodies across Europe.