GeoNext and SSSI Vic call for papers

By on 7 April, 2015

GeoNext conference

The organisers of the 2015 GeoNext conference have announced that the SSSI Victorian Spatial Summit and the GeoNext 2015 conference will join forces to provide a single event at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 19th.

There will be two concurrent streams at the event: a surveying-focused stream covering contemporary local, national and international issues; as well as the intelligent location and smart spatial solutions stream.

As such, a second call for papers for GeoNext – exclusively for SSSI Members – has been announced, and will close on May 1st 2015. Presentation topics to be included in the program include:

  • Transport
  • Intelligent Transport Systems
  • Smart Cities
  • Sensorisation, Ubiquitous hyperlocal sensors
  • The role of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
  • Travel & navigation

The next exciting announcement of speakers for GeoNext will be happening over the coming weeks, so keep your eye on SpatialSource to find out who will be presenting at this unique future-facing event.

Name: GeoNext 2015

Time: 9-5pm

Date: 19 August 2015

Venue: Melbourne Cricket Ground

Address: Brunton Ave, Richmond, VIC 3002

Cost: $350

Event Website:

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