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Deadline for GWF 2013 abstract submission extended till Oct 31

Zaandam, The Netherlands: In order to accommodate the huge response for abstract submission for Geospatial World Forum 2013, the last date for submitting abstracts has been extended till October 31, 2012. Abstracts have been invited on the following topics or any other theme related to geospatial technologies: Defence, Agriculture, City Management, Cadastre & Registration, Exploration & Mining, Construction & Infrastructure, Smart Grids, Water as Utility, Environment, SDI, LiDAR, Grid Computing, Enterprise GIS, GNSS, LBS, Photogrammetry, 3D Modelling, Emergency Management, Climate Change, Natural Resource Management and Forestry.

Geospatial World Forum 2013, the premier geospatial industry event has received an overwhelming support from its partners, sponsors, exhibitors, and delegates. The conference is already associated with renowned international professional societies and key government organisations such as Trimble, Topcon, Joint Research Commission (JRC), OGC, ICA, ISPRS, OSGeo, GEO, EARSC, EuroSDR amongst others. Cadastre, Land Registry & Mapping Agency, The Netherlands is co-organising the event.

Geospatial World Forum is scheduled to be held from 13-16 May 2013 at Beurs-World Trade Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The theme for this years’ conference is Monetising Geospatial Value and Practices. The conference will be a mix of plenary sessions, symposia, seminars, workshops and technology sessions revolving around key subjects relevant to the geospatial industry covering industry verticals such as Defence, Agriculture, Mining, Construction and Infrastructure, Telecom, Banking & Insurance. The conference will play a key role in bringing together all the components of the geospatial ecosystem to create an unparalleled platform for knowledge exchange. The presence of 400 speakers addressing over 50 thematic sessions, 1500 delegates from 85 countries will make it an all the more enriching experience.

Source: GWF