The organisers of the geospatial event of the year, GEO Business 2016, have issued a call to those working at the cutting edge of geospatial developments to submit their abstracts for next year’s conference which will be held at the Business Design Centre in London from 24 - 25 May 2016.
The conference committee is seeking revolutionary and thought provoking abstracts that truly demonstrate the remarkable impact geospatial technologies and solutions are having on our global environment. Over the two day conference, expert presenters will explore how geospatial solutions have enabled projects to run more efficiently, ensuring that they are delivered on time, whilst saving money and reducing risk. Topics of interest include:
All interested parties are asked to submit an abstract online before the deadline of 22 January 2016.
All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the technical conference committee headed up by Conference Chariman Ian Bush, and the full conference programme will be launch in March 2016.
Ian welcomed the call for papers and he remarked that; “On behalf of my fellow committee members, it gives me great pleasure to welcome interested parties to submit an abstract for the GEO Business 2016 Call for Papers. We look forward to receiving thought provoking abstracts from all corners of the industry and formulating an exciting programme that will educate, entertain and entice delegates from around the globe.”
Running alongside the conference will be an exhibition showcasing 200 of the most innovative international geospatial companies, and a full schedule of bespoke commercial workshop sessions – all FREE to attend, offering visitors a unique opportunity to explore the products and services of more companies, and in more depth than ever before.
For more information and to submit an abstract, please visit www.GeoBusinessShow.com
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