GITA 2013 announced

By on 16 April, 2013

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This year’s Geospatial Solution Conference will be held in Brisbane, and aims to build on the success of previous GITA conferences by presenting a program that is innovative, stimulating, and entertaining, while simultaneously offering networking and learning opportunities.

Don’t miss your chance to engage with colleagues and peers alike and experience everything this conference has to offer.

Register now to secure your spot and to take advantage of the early bird fee.

Abstract submission

Don’t miss the chance to participate in the program by submitting an abstract. To submit an abstract click here.

For more information regarding submission guidelines, please visit the conference website at www.gitaconference.org.au, or send an email to abstracts@gitaconference.org.au.

Abstracts are required by 31 May.

Please read all submission guidelines before submitting your abstract.

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities now available

The sponsorship & exhibition prospectus is now available here.

Get in early to avoid missing the exciting opportunities available.

Click here [pdf] to download the prospectus.

2013 GITA Excellence Awards

The conference will coincide with the 2013 GITA Excellence awards. Click here to learn about the GITA excellence awards and nominate your organisation for these prestigious awards.

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