GeoNext 2014 call for papers closes soon

By on 8 October, 2013


GeoNext, the conference for users and creators of location-based information, with a particular focus on the next wave of geo-technologies, will run again in 2014, on the 26 February, at the Australian Technology Park in Sydney.

The call for papers will close on the 18th October, so, if you have a paper on big data, open government, indoor position, location and the cloud, location analytics, or map-making in the 21st century, and wish to have your paper seen by some of the freshest minds in the geo-community, now is the time to submit it.

Papers will be selected on the basis of quality of abstract, originality, topicality, relevance and providing solutions to issues. The selection of papers will be made by the Program Committee, whose decision will be final. Presentation sessions are generally 20-30 minutes in duration, with additional time for questions.

For more information, including how to submit, visit


Sponsorships for GeoNext 2014 are also available.

The team at GeoNext will deliver a program and event that is fundamentally different to the existing industry and vendor events. They will work with you to build a sponsorship package that directly leverages your organisational capabilities, strengths, and brand to make you part of the fabric and conversation before, during and after the event.

For more information, contact Troy Hale via or (02) 8586 6128.

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