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January 2019

EUROGI Executive Committee Meeting I 2019

January 17, 17:00 - January 18, 17:00 UTC+1
House of the European Surveyor and GeoInformation, Rue du Nord 76
Brussels, Belgium
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March 2019

BEGEO 2019

March 9, 09:00 - 16:15 CET
Brussels Expo, Belgiëplein 1
Brussels, 1020 Belgium
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EUROGEO 2019 “Teaching Geography in challenging times”

March 14 - March 15
Millennium Paris Charles de Gaulle Hotel, 2 Allée du Verger Roissy en France
Paris, 95700 France
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EUROGEO 2019, Teaching Geography in challenging times will provide opportunities to discuss the role and potential of Geography to solve today and future issues as well as to respond to needs of society and the world.

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AGEO Forum

March 19, 09:30 - 17:30 CET
BEV (Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen), Schiffamtsgasse 1-3
Vienna, 1020 Austria
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The AGEO Forum 2019 speakers cover a thematic arc of the OGC Discrete Global Grid Standard for efficient spatial-geographical data integration on potentials and challenges in the transformation of discrete administrative and functional regions into grids in data provision and analysis up to sovereign and entrepreneurial decision support. Short versions of the lectures and short biographies of the speakers will be available shortly on AGEO webpage.

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April 2019

American Association of Geographers – Annual Meeting 2019

April 3 - April 7
Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, 2660 Woodley Rd NW
Washington, WA 20008 United States
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2660 Woodley Rd NWwashJoin fellow geographers, GIS specialists, environmental scientists, and other leaders for the latest in research and applications in geography, sustainability, and GIScience.

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EUROGI Members Meeting I 2019: “Horizon 2030 – Visions and Challenges in GI“

April 5, 10:00 - 17:30 CEST
House of the European Surveyor and GeoInformation, Rue du Nord 76
Brussels, Belgium
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Draft Program 10:00-10:30 Registration and Coffee 10:30-10:45 Welcome by EUROGI President Henning Sten Hansen, EUROGI 10:45-12:30 Keynotes by the representatives of European Commission, Industry,  Research and Academia, EUROGI Members (National GI Associations) Andrea Halmos, European Commission - DG CONNECT Claudia Muresan, European Commission - DG GROW Joao Fernandes, HEXAGON Prof. Dr. Marek Baranowski, AGILE Hans Breemersch, AMFM GIS BELUX 12:30-13:30 Lunch Break 13:30-14:30 Short presentations by EUROGI Members and Partners(list is being updated) Ana Garcia Robles, BDVA Maurice Barbieri, CLGE…

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EUROGI General Board Meeting I 2019

April 6, 09:00 - 14:00 CEST
House of the European Surveyor and GeoInformation, Rue du Nord 76
Brussels, Belgium
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May 2019

18th International 3D-Forum Lindau

May 7, 09:15 - May 8, 16:15 CEST
Inselhalle Lindau, Zwanzigerstraße 10
Lindau, 88131
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Copernicus meets Galileo

May 8, 14:00 - May 9, 15:00 CEST
Bochum, Herner Straße 45
Bochum, Germany
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The intention is to broaden the scope of the 2018 conference on “Earth Observation & Copernicus Technologies and Solutions for User Applications” to include the technology fields of “Navigation” und “Geoinformation  Technology”. The conference will function both as a marketplace and a platform for knowledge transfer between technology experts, service  providers and manufacturers as well as users in application sectors and in so doing boost the development. An optional matchmaking session with international participants from business and science provides the…

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July 2019

GI_Forum 2019 – THE spatial view

July 2 - July 5
University of Salzburg – Faculty of Natural Sciences, Hellbrunner Strasse 34
Salzburg, 5020 Austria
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Geographic Information Science as a science and Geoinformatics as its methodology are not focused on any particular subject domain, but rather on a perspective. As a transversal discipline, an explicitly spatial view is applied to economy, society and the environment. Across traditionally “spatial” subjects, such as planning, resource management and logistics, GIS have long been established. Others, such as the humanities, currently experience the additional benefit of a “spatial turn”. Geoinformatics today provides an increasingly integral and highly important approach…

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