[gis_info] [COM.Geo 2013] NASA Workshop, Demo Videos, Sponsors & Exhibitors

Andrew Clark aclark at com-geo.org
Wed Jun 5 06:27:55 PDT 2013






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NASA & Intelesense Technologies Workshop
Worldwide Geospatial Data Collaboration 

  <http://pr.ak.vresp.com/c6a12a6a7/www.com-geo.org/conferences/2013/images/presentations/workshop_kevin.jpg> As we look to the future, humankind faces challenges that are increasing, while our resources are ever dwindling. To survive and thrive we need to work together- no one individual or organization, agency or even government can address these global challenges all by themselves. As we look across many groups in government, academia, and industry, we see similar trends and needs emerge- the need to access and integrate many types of multimodal data from many sources, the need to collaborate with others both inside and outside our own organizations irrespective of geographic location, and the desire to develop a shared understanding, better decision-making, and to coordinate action.

What if we could integrate our data and leverage our shared resources? What if we could harness our shared knowledge and enthusiasm? What if together we could be much more than we could be alone? How would the world be impacted if such a shared, global collaboration and geospatial infrastructure were available?

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Demo Video:
Collaborate.org- Connect. Share. Change the World. 

In the future, we need to work together to address the challenges we will all face- across individuals, NGOs, academia, and governments. We will need a collaboration and geospatial data infrastructure to empower that synergy, leverage our shared resources, and coordinate our actions. Collaborate.org is an open global online community of people, working together and sharing resources, expertise and enthusiasm, empowered with advanced collaboration and geospatial visualization technologies, to empower people to do Great Things.

Collaborate.org is an open global online community of people, working together and sharing resources, expertise and enthusiasm, empowered with advanced technologies like collaboration and visualization tools, and all the world’s geospatial data at your fingertips- including real-time sensor data, GIS and database information, news/RSS and social media, and satellite and aerial imagery. It currently hosts over 2.2M layers, estimated at over 5PB of data, with the easy ability for users to upload and share their own data with those they wish. It’s Very Big Data leveraging a worldwide cloud computing infrastructure, with crowdsourced data acquisition and quality, and advanced visualization and collaboration tools- everything people need to work together in one place to empower them to do Great Things. Read more  <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?YourCompanyName/c1917d3cf5/a2a4e77231/df769c57a1> >>


COM.Geo 2013 Open an Extra Exhibition Hall for Sponsors & Exhibitors & an Extra Session - Hot Short Talks Apply NOW (by June 24) 

As per request from many people, COM.Geo 2013 organizing committee has decided to open an extra session for Hot Short Talks <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?YourCompanyName/c1917d3cf5/a2a4e77231/bf64e0c419>  as well as an extra Exhibiition Hall <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?YourCompanyName/c1917d3cf5/a2a4e77231/d46d31ed2c>  to provide the extra opportunities specially for start-ups, exhibitors, vendors, consultants as well as potential billionaires, innovators, etc.

COM.Geo 2013 2nd Call for Posters 

Two submission deadlines are provided for the flexibility of your choice for early submission for IEEE publication by June 10 or late submission close to the conference dates.   <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?YourCompanyName/c1917d3cf5/a2a4e77231/1f55567940> Read more >>


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