The ICA-OSGeo Lab Network and MundoGEO are now pleased to inform the fourth webinar of the ”Open Geospatial Science & Applications” webinar series on February 13rd. The webinars will be open and free to all on first come register basis.

Webinar - NASA World Wind Virtual Globe TechnologyThis webinar will be on “NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology” and also on the Europa Challenge, by: Patrick Hogan, NASA World Wind Project Manager, received his BSc in Geology at University of California, Santa Cruz, and his MSc in Geology at San Jose State; and Maria Antonia Brovelli, Professor of GIS at Politecnico di Milano, has a degree with honours in Physics and a PhD in Geodesy.

NASA World Wind is geobrowser core technology that provides the infrastructure for spatial data as a Software Development Kit (SDK). The Europa Challenge event inspires and challenges Europe’s best and brightest for geospatial solutions, organised as cooperation of NASA and Politecnico di Milano.

Attendees will be able to interact with the speakers by sending their comments and questions through chat. All attendees of this web seminar will receive certificates for their participation.

Webinar: NASA World Wind Virtual Globe Technology
Date: Thursday, February 13, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PST

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

MundoGEO Webinars

MundoGEO webinars were created for educational and informational purposes on technologies, cases and trends in the geospatial solutions industry. The webinars offer a simple and fast way for refresher courses, placing the companies, institutions and users in direct contact, without the need to travel.

With over 160 webinars conducted since 2009, MundoGEO has averaged 1,500 registrants and 750 atendees per event. All webinars are recorded and the videos are available a few hours after the seminar, for participants and also for those who could not attend in time. The files, as well as the schedule of upcoming webinars, are available at