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News | COM.Geo 2011: The 2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Computing for Geospatial Research & Application (Washington, DC, June 2010)

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COM.Geo 2011 Conference

Conference Program Schedule Available NOW

The COM.Geo 2011 conference program schedule is available now. Please click here for more details. >>

Who Should Attend & Who Have Attended

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? COM.Geo Conference is the unique place where to exchange ideas and get informed about the latest technologies and achievements. Different professions and interests will gather together because of their relationship to both computing and geospatial...

WHO HAVE ATTENDED? Federal government agencies (USGS, NASA, NOAA, DOD, DOT, DOE, DHS, DOJ, DOI, USDA, USFS, etc.), Industrial companies (Microsoft, Oracle, ESRI, Nokia, OGC, Autodesk, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, BAE Systems, Michael Baker, NAVTEQ, etc.), and research & academic organizations (Microsoft Research, Nokia Research, MIT, Stanford University, Harvard University, Columbia University, etc.).

2010 sponsors and exhibitors included: Microsoft, ESRI, GviTech, InfoGroup, etc.

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Great Offer ($600+) & More Spaces for Exhibitors and Sponsors

As requested by many exhibitors, sponsors, and recruiters, COM.Geo 2011 would like to offer more exhibit/job fair spaces with the best price (from $600) for organizations to maximum exposure and recognition with this exciting event. Please reserve the exhibit spaces in Exhibition Hall and select the sponsorship level here >>

NASA Panel -- NSDI: Tower of Babel Aspiring to Lingua Franca

Consistent means to share geographic data among all users could produce significant savings for data collection and use and enhance decision making. Executive Order 12906 calls for the establishment of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) defined as the technologies, policies, and people necessary to promote sharing of geospatial data throughout all levels of government, the private and non-profit sectors, and the academic community.
The goal of this Infrastructure is to reduce duplication of effort among agencies, improve quality and reduce costs related to geographic information, make geographic data more accessible to the public, increase the benefits of using available data, and establish key partnerships with states, counties, cities, tribal nations, academia and the private sector to increase data availability.
A panel of state, federal, academia and industry experts in spatial data will lead a free-wheeling discussion regarding survival in the spatial age with "data, data everywhere and yet not enough to think."  ....
Please join us in brainstorming smarter ways for a precious planet to do business.

100+ Speakers, 16 Diverse Programs & Events at COM.Geo 2011

COM.Geo 2011 conference includes 16 programs and events, such as keynotes (NASA, U.S. FCC, Microsoft, OGC, etc.), full papers, short papers, tech talks, demo talks, posters, panels, courses, OGC workshop, Microsoft workshop, demo show, reception, cruise, banquet, exhibitions, job fairs, etc. There are more than 100 speakers to present their latest work on innovative geospatial research and applications. More details about the program and events >>

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About COM.Geo Conference

COM.Geo Conference is the international conference and exhibition on computing for geospatial research and application with a focus on the latest computing technologies for multidisciplinary research and development that enables the exploration in geospatial areas. COM.Geo Conference is an exclusive event that connects researchers, developers, scientists, and application users from academia, government, and industry in both computing and geospatial fields. Innovative research and application technologies are the brightest spotlights at COM.Geo conference. COM.Geo is one of the pioneers to boost development of computing and geospatial technologies.

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