GeoBuiz Summit is a two-day confluence of IT and geospatial industry stalwarts, facing the rising tide of innovation, addressing a broad array of issues impacting businesses, innovation and governance dynamics. The Summit will incorporate a power-packed agenda comprising of presentations, panel discussions, social events designed to ensure collective learning and idea generation, networking and collaboration opportunities.
REASONS TO ATTEND
Here’s why you must attend the GeoBuiz Summit!
- Hear firsthand accounts from business leaders and plan your own path
- Learn some fresh perspectives, valuable business insights, and predictions led by business stalwarts
- Improve the way you do business – gain strategy insights & make informed decisions
- Learn in depth industry analysis – constantly evolving business scenario, user behavior and market trends
- Expand your network and build your business
- Understand key developmental issues that impact lives of millions around the world and how businesses can respond to make a difference
- Establish new collaborations and tie ups that help your business grow and for industry to prosper
About The Conference
GeoSmart India is an interactive platform that demonstrates the collective and shared vision of the Indian geospatial community and is the most prominent stakeholder event of the Indian geospatial ecosystem. The event plays an integral role in bringing together decision makers and policy developers, national mapping agencies, private sector enterprises, developmental organizations and academic institutions to discuss policies; their implementation and impact, technology advancements and adaptations and how to connect these with the user communities to the benefit of all.
The Year 2019 will witness the 19th edition of GeoSmart India. Over the years, GeoSmart India has become an event best-known for its futuristic themes, engaging content, and top-level attendees. With this edition, Geospatial Media aims to strengthen the “New India” initiative through providing key concepts of geospatial technology for Clean, Healthy, Educated, Complete, Able and Secure India by involving every stakeholder at local, state and national levels.
India is on the anvil of a major evolution, which is largely supported by technical advancements that will give rise to a digital world where efficient and smart systems will enable in building a new, clean, healthy, secure, inclusive and robust India.
In order to advance on its vision, the Government has laid out plans for Digital India, Smart Cities, High Speed Railways, Irrigation and Skill Development, aiming to create a sustainable base for continuing this development into the next decade.
APAS2019 will be held at Cypress Lakes Resort in Pokolbin on 1-3 April 2019. The conference theme is “Data Mining for the Future”. Please consider contributing to this conference by presenting a paper. There is a lot of fantastic work being done out there – why not tell the profession about it? Please contact us for more information and to indicate interest in presenting at APAS2019.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The Call for Abstracts is now open. The deadline for submitting an abstract is Friday, 28 September 2018. Please use the abstract template, closely follow the instructions, and submit the abstract via email. Please note that abstracts not using the abstract template will not be accepted.
For your information, the deadlines for APAS2019 contributions are as stated below. Please ensure that you meet these deadlines, so the conference program and proceedings can be finalised in time.
Abstract submission deadline: Friday, 28 September 2018
Draft paper deadline: Friday, 30 November 2018
Final paper deadline: Friday, 1 February 2019
Conference: 1-3 April 2019 (Mon-Wed, with presentations on Tue & Wed)
We recognise that authors may not be very experienced in writing papers. In fact, we encourage submissions from authors that do not normally present their work at conferences. We therefore offer two paper deadlines. By submitting your paper by the draft paper deadline, you have the opportunity to receive feedback from the Editor which may result in improvements of your paper. Any suggested changes can then be made before the final paper deadline. In addition, a full paper template is provided to authors to help in the production of the paper and the conference proceedings. Please note that submissions not using this template will not be accepted.
The proceedings of past conferences can be accessed via the Proceedings page.
The conference program is now available. Please check for future updates.
APAS2019 conference registration is not yet open. Please use the online registration form (EFT and credit card payment options available) or the hardcopy registration form. Please take note of the registration conditions.
Geospatial World Forum is a collaborative and interactive platform, which demonstrates collective and shared vision of the global geospatial community. It is an annual gathering of geospatial professionals and leaders representing the entire geospatial ecosystem. This comprises of public policies, national mapping agencies, private sector enterprises, multilateral and development organizations, scientific and academic institutions, and above all end users from government, businesses, and citizen services. With Geospatial Media and Communications as the primary driver, Geospatial World Forum is conceived, designed and managed by a partner network of about 50 organizations globally.
In January 2018, the platform celebrated its 10th anniversary in Hyderabad, India. Over the years, Geospatial World Forum has become the most talked about geospatial event, best-known for its futuristic themes, engaging content, and top-level attendees. Back to Europe after 2 years, Geospatial World Forum 2019 is committed to creating a premium platform for geospatial community to learn, share, connect, brand, and network with stakeholders associated with the industry.
Being an integral part of this disruptive journey, geospatial industry is now open to larger market drivers, creating new growth opportunities. The hidden treasure of spatial thinking is being unveiled through collaborative, interactive, and more user-friendly platform. Simplifying utility and value of geospatial knowledge for consumers became a determining factor for successful business models.
While disruption gets to be the new normal, geospatial is becoming ubiquitous, pervasive, and ‘default’ in our daily lives. Join the #geospatialbydefault movement at Geospatial World Forum 2019 as we strive to make geographic information a common language for 7 billion people around the world!
WHERE TO NEXT? LOCATION, HOW WE DRIVE OUR DIGITAL FUTURE
The Locate Conference (Locate19) will explore how geospatial science is underpinning the rapid changes we are experiencing now in the fourth industrial revolution. From advanced data capture techniques, positioning, data analytics, artificial intelligence to strategy and policy, Locate 19 will explore how surveying and spatial science is a core enabling technology of the digital age . From health care, transport, consumer experience through to environment, energy, water, resources and smart cities, Locate19 will uncover the geospatial technologies driving our digital future, identify new insights and better outcomes for your organisation.
INVITATION TO ATTEND
On behalf of the Locate Conferences Australia it is our pleasure to invite you to join us at the Locate19 Conference, 8 – 10 April in Melbourne, Victoria.
Consistently named at the top of the world’s most liveable cities lists, Melbourne is Australia’s home of sport, art, live music, theatres, education and more. The MCEC Conference venue is on the banks of the Yarra River, in the heart of the city – the perfect location for the premier conference of the surveying and spatial industries in Australia and New Zealand.
With a theme of “Where to next? How geospatial science is driving our digital future” this conference will have an engaging approach that will bring together innovative global leaders who will share their ideas, knowledge, and experiences on a wide range of subjects. Every year Locate sets and shares the future direction of the industry, and brings speakers together across the government, private, non-profit and academic sectors.
You will have an opportunity to network with colleagues from all corners of the globe, have direct access to vendors and subject matter experts in the Interactive Zone, see the newest technology, and be introduced to the newest ideas in the spatial sector.
We look forward in seeing you in Melbourne.
GLENN COCKERTON & KATE WILLIAMS, CO-CONVENORS
GEO Business 2019
21 – 22 May 2019
Business Design Centre, London, UK
GEO Business is the largest geospatial event in the UK attracting over 2500 visitors from more than 50 countries. Incorporating an international trade exhibition, a strategic conference, cutting edge seminars, a programme of live commercial workshops and a popular programme of social events, GEO Business is designed for everyone involved in the gathering, storing, processing and delivery of geospatial information.
Organised in collaboration with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (ICES), The Survey Association (TSA), the Association for Geographic Information (AGI) and the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
For more information visit www.GeoBusinessShow.com, email info@GeoBusinessShow.com or call +44(0)1453 836363.
Follow us on twitter: @GEOBusinessShow #geobiz, LinkedIn: GEO Business, Facebook: GEOBusinessShow or Instagram: GEOBusinessShow
The Roads & Traffic Expo is Australia’s BIG trade show for the entire roads and transport ecosystem. Market leaders and experts attend to do business and get up-to-speed with developments in the fields of infrastructure, traffic management, smart mobility, parking and safety.
We invite companies that provide technologies which help effectively plan, monitor and manage the complex systems involved in transportation planning and management, to get involved and do business at the biggest industry event of 2019.
Find out more at www.terrapinn.com/roadsandtrafficexpo
Does the idea of integrating Space into your organisation seem far-fetched; a distant, science-fiction fantasy? Does using satellite data to boost industry capacity seem the sole preserve of futurists and dreamers?
As it turns out, the future is closer than you think, in fact, it is here now.
The Australian space industry backed federally by a recent infusion of $41 million through the Australian Space Agency and poised to grow from its current $3.59 Billion valuation to $10-12 billion by 2030.
With innovations such as nano-satellites, launch facilities and reusable vehicles in the works, the focus is now around what the commercial opportunities look like and how best to tailor these to the needs of the larger Australian economy.
As start-ups, VC funds, government organisations, defence contractors and industry users find their place in this puzzle, what direction must Australia’s space industry take from here?
Addressing this question, we bring to you Australia’s inaugural Space Commercialisation Summit taking place on the 27-28 November in Sydney.
By bridging multiple industry perspectives, this is your opportunity to influence the trajectory of the Australian space industry as well as learn about best-in-class use cases and technologies that propose to revolutionize traditional business as we know it. Hear from international and local industry leaders such as:
• Jason Crusan, Director-Advanced Exploration Systems Division, NASA
• Elia Montanari, ESA Business Applications Management and Marketing Lead, European Space Agency
• Anntonette Dailey, Executive Director-Coordination and Communication, Australian Space Agency
• Professor Anna Moore, Director- Advanced Instrumental Technology Centre, Australian National University
• Flavia Tata Nardini, CEO, Fleet Space
• Wing Commander Steven Henry, Deputy Director- Observation of Space, Royal Australian Air
• James Gilmour, Director, Gilmour Space Technologies
• Air Vice Marshal Neil Hart (retd.), Strategic Defence Advisor-AIR, Queensland Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning
Why Attend The Space Commercialisation Summit 2018?
• Leading industry case studies to show you the myriad uses of space technology
• Hear from key players in the space industry and parallel industries on the past, present and future of the use of space tech in businesses
• Learn about uses of space technology for applications such as data processing and visualisation, IoT and satellite imaging for use in agriculture, smart cities, mining and more
Reserve your place today to get involved in fuelling the Australian space industry through capability & infrastructure development. Industry partnerships and funding!