GeoNext call for papers closing soon

By on 20 January, 2015

GeoNext conference

The GeoNext 2015 Call For Papers closes on February 27. Submit your presentation now and have it seen by some of the freshest and most innovative minds in the geo-community at GeoNext Conference.

GeoNext brings together some of the best geospatial minds in Australia to mingle with those developing and building services around sensor networks, the ‘internet of things’, intelligent transport systems, and other next-gen technologies.

Location is playing a critical role in many future-facing technologies, including UAVs (aka drones), 3D laser scanning, virtual and augmented reality, and self-driving cars.

But what are the issues that we need to overcome before they can become mainstream?

What role does location information have in future Smart Cities?

How will ubiquitous hyper local sensorisation of the real world and the ‘internet of things’ leverage location?

What does the growing popularity of drones mean for high fidelity data collection and use, and what privacy issues are they unravelling?

How can hardware and software developers best collaborate with geospatial experts to get the most out of location data?

If you think you have answers to these or other questions, submit a presentation to speak at the GeoNext Conference in 2015.

Presentation topics to be considered include:

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

Submissions close on Friday 27th February.

For more information, including how to submit, visit www.geonext.com.au/call-for-papers.

Name: GeoNext 2015

Time: 9-5pm

Date: 19 August 2015

Venue: Melbourne Cricket Ground

Address: Brunton Ave, Richmond, VIC 3002

Cost: $350

Event Website: www.geonext.com.au

 

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