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March 2020

BeGEO 2020

March 24
Brussels Expo, Belgiëplein 1
Brussels, 1020 Belgium

Everything happens somewhere. Geo-Information is highly important for service to citizens and in solutions offered by companies, location is increasingly becoming a crucial parameter in the digital economy.

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April 2020

cancelled: Geospatial World Forum 2020

April 7 - April 9
Taets Art and Event Park Amsterdam, Netherlands + Google Map

Geospatial World Forum is a collaborative and interactive platform, which demonstrates collective and shared vision of global geospatial community. It is an annual gathering of geospatial professionals and leaders representing the entire eco-system of public policies, national mapping agencies, private sector enterprises, multilateral and development organizations, scientific and academic institutions, and above all, large end users from government, businesses and citizen services. Best-known for its futuristic themes, engaging content, and top-level attendees, Geospatial World Forum will be back in Amsterdam…

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cancelled: EUROGI EMM/GBM I/2020

April 8
Geospatial World Forum 2020, Hemkade 18, 1506 PR Amsterdam – Zaandam
Amsterdam, Netherlands
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BEYOND SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURES SDI has evolved from a vision to reality Technologies are leapfrogging the concepts behind SDI Trends focus on digital twins and monitoring Earth From data-centric towards new paradigms? Followed by GBM from 5pm onwards

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Geographical Analysis to understand the spread of COVID-19 in Ireland (Webinar)

April 9, 11:00 - 12:00 IST

GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS BEING USED TO UNDERSTAND THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 IN IRELAND Ordinance Survey Ireland will outline their role in the Covid-19 mapping dashboard and highlight new solutions around community mapping projects. GeoDirectory will highlight its role in updating the visualisation tool for mapping the spread of the virus across Ireland and show how the 2km travel distance restriction works on its GeoFindIT app. DATE/TIME        Thursday 9 April 11:00 – 12:00 GMT https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/600567950562505483

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ELISE Webinar – Location Intelligence and Partnerships to support the Sustainable Development Goals

April 30, 14:00 - 15:00 UTC+2

In order to advance the well-being of our societies, efforts to achieve better, integrated and open data are as relevant as ever. With a view to understand geospatial data as a tool to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this webinar will explore the links between location intelligence, ecosystems and SDG number 17 on partnerships, and how these elements brought together can unlock the potential of geospatial data in sustainable development. >>>https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/collection/elise-european-location-interoperability-solutions-e-government/event/elise-webinar-location-intelligence-and-partnerships-support-sustainable-development-goals

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May 2020

Webinar “Beyond SDI”

May 13, 14:00 - 16:00 UTC+2

In January 2020 EUROGI started a discussion regarding what spatial data focussed paradigm or framework would be appropriate in a current and emerging technological and socio-economic world, a world very different from that which existed when the SDI paradigm was developed in the late 1980s/early 1990s. EUROGI invited geospatial thought leaders from around the world to provide short submissions on how they viewed the issue of "Beyond SDI". Sixteen submissions were received and they can be found at http://eurogi.org/category/beyond-sdi/. EUROGI…

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June 2020

GEOANALYTICS: DERIVING MEANINGFUL INSIGHTS FROM GEOSPATIAL DATA

June 22, 13:00 - 17:00 UTC+1

Having huge volumes of data is great, but the real issue is to derive meaning from the data. Two top Irish geospatial academics, Prof Chris Brunsdon and Dr Martin Charlton, will give presentations at the IRLOGI webinar to be held on 22 June. They will deal with the following matters: • What is ‘geoanalytics’ • Deriving meaningful insights … what does this mean? • Data challenges and opportunities • Types of geoanalytics, ranging from traditional statistical approaches to AI/machine learning…

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July 2020

connecting spatially: GI_Forum online Symposium

July 6 - July 10

GI_Forum provides a platform for dialogue among geospatial minds, informing the GeoInformation Society, contributing to a more just, ethical and sustainable society.

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August 2020

Geospatial Sensing 2020 – From Sensing to Understanding our World

August 31 - September 2

Earth observation networks, e.g. in-situ sensors and remote sensing systems, deliver a multitude of data capturing the state of our environment. These data sets are highly valued by scientists and stakeholders from a variety of domains and backgrounds such as hydrology, marine sciences, traffic management, environmental monitoring, energy supply or smart city systems. An active research and development community works on new approaches to share, manage, discover, analyze, and visualize geospatial sensor data. The Geospatial Sensing Conference provides a platform…

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September 2020

DATA HARMONISATION

September 16, 13:00 UTC+1
Online

IRLOGI Webinar on the GENERATION OF CROSS-BORDER PAN-EUROPEAN GEOSPATIAL DATASETS AND SERVICES by Mr Alejandro Guinea de Salas. GO-PEG (Generation of cross-border Pan-European Geospatial datasets and Services) is a CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) project that aims to bring high-value, harmonised spatial data sets to the EDP (European Data Portal). The scope of this project is the production of cross-border, location-enabled services providing access to harmonised thematic open datasets in the fields of environment, emergency and disaster management. Heterogeneous data sources,…

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