The GEOINT 2011 Symposium takes place Oct. 16-19 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas.
The GEOINT Symposium is the nation’s largest intelligence event of the year.
Last year, GEOINT 2010 attracted more than 4,000 total attendees to hear speakers and see exhibits focusing on a multi-INT agenda, and this year we expect another great turnout.
This year’s theme is Forging Integrated Intelligence. With this in mind, GEOINT 2011 offers 10 keynote speakers, three amazing panel discussions, lunchtime workshops, and afternoon breakout sessions on human geography and socio-cultural dynamics, open source GEOINT, weapons of mass destruction, crowd-sourced intelligence, international commercial satellite imagery, cloud computing, the Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise (DI2E), the implementation of NGA’s Vision, homeland security applications, and so much more.
Geoweb Summit Fall 2011, New York City
3.00 pm - Doors open
4.00 - 4.45 pm - Panel 1 Local mapping
4.45 - 5.30 pm - Panel 2 Location intelligence
5.30 - 6.30 pm - Reception Networking break + wine reception
6.30 - 7.15 pm - Panel 3 Augmented Reality
7.15 - 9.00 pm - Reception Networking + wine reception continues
George Percivall, OGC Chief Architect, will participate in the Augmented Reality panel. OGC's new standards working group for creating Augmented Reality Markup Language (ARML) will be a highlight of this panel.
There is also a $50 discount code 'OGC', valid until the end of the month: http://geowebsummit.eventbrite.com/?discount=OGC
Westminster, London, England
Since its launch in 2003, Defence Geospatial Intelligence (DGI) has become the largest and most international annual gathering dedicated to the high-level discussion of geospatial intelligence and national security in both defence and intelligence operations.
Addressing the use of geospatial information in scenarios such as international conflicts, defence operations, C4ISR, humanitarian disasters, crime, national security, border control, arms treaty monitoring and global climate change; the fundamental objective of DGI is to help organisations understand how to build the necessary infrastructure and architecture to take advantage of geospatial intelligence capabilities.
Steven Ramage, the OGC's Executive Director Marketing & Communications, will speak.
spatial@gov® is the geospatial event organised in conjunction with the peak organisations in Australia and New Zealand representing trhe public, private, research and professional sectors of the spatial community. Themes for this year's conference include:
- Water Security
- Government Spatial Activities in Other Countries
- Access to Government Spatial Information
- Emergency Response
- The Spatial Framework for Virtual Australia
Steven Ramage the OGC's Executive Director Marketing & Communications, will speak.
This conference incorporates the Location Business Summit, Beyond Navigation, Workshops & The Get Funded Show.
George Percivall, Chief Architect and Executive Director, Interoperability Program, OGC will speak at this event.
Get a 15% discount if you quote that you were referred by George Percivall when you register.
CEN/TC 287 Geographic information, in collaboration with the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) will host a workshop, a part of the Enviroinfo Conference week. This workshop is sponsored by Sparx Systems. Every smart grid device and phenomenon has a location, and thus communicating location information is a critical smart grid requirement.
Steven Ramage, the OGC's Executive Director Marketing & Communications, will speak on "Utilising geospatial information to support multi-agency operations and disaster response."
GDI APAC brings together the best speakers in this fast growing GEOINT region, giving attendees an unprecedented opportunity to network with peers and current and potential clients in the defence and security sectors.
Carl Reed, the OGC's CTO and Executive Director of the Standards Program, will speak about "Democratising Standards: Moving Towards Interoperability," and will address these topics:
- Assessing the status of interoperability in the field of geographic information
- Supporting interoperable solutions that “geo-enable” the web, wireless and location-based services, and mainstream IT
- Why do we need open standards? Discussing the move towards enterprise GIS