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Geospatial & Engineering International Conference early registration fee ends 12 September

Early registration for the Geospatial & Engineering International Conference ends this Friday, September 12.

As a reminder, members of the GSDI Association receive a discounted registration fee of $450.

DGI 2015 Early Bird Registration Ends 12 September - Register now and save UK£ 1000

As someone working in the defence, security and intelligence arena, I'm sure you wouldn't think of missing the DGI 2015 conference, boasting an impressive agenda with 70 thought-leading speakers and expecting 700 attendees from 45 countries.

If you haven't seen the agenda yet, this is your chance to do so. Request it here.

27th International Cartographic Conference pre-conference workshop (2015) - call for abstracts

The call for extended abstracts is open fo rpre-conference workshops for the 27th International Cartographic Conference:  Spatial data infrastructures, standards, open source and open data for geospatial (SDI-Open 2015).  Jointly organized by the Commission on Geoinformation Infrastructures and Standards and the Commission on Open Source Geospatial Technologies, the venue is the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), Rio de Jaineiro, Brazil, on Friday, 21 August 2015.

GSDI & IGS Global Newsletter Vol 4 No 8 Published

The GSDI & IGS Global Newsletter Vol 4 No 8 is now available at the GSDI Newsletter archive at You can also download it directly (PDF) from this link:

SDI Regional Newsletter for September 2014

The GSDI SDI Regional Newsletter for September 2014 is now available at the GSDI Newsletter archive at You can also download it directly (PDF) from this link:

CoastGiS 2015 - 2nd Call for Extended Abstracts - due 30 September


INSPIRE-GWF 2015 Conference Update

The INSPIRE-GWF 2015 Conference will be held on 25-29 May 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal.

Don't miss your chance to be part of this exciting collaboration!

The INSPIRE-GWF 2015 conference offers the opportunity to submit proposals for abstracts of presentations which will be delivered in thematic sessions, posters or for workshops.

Technical Themes:

Call for Expressions of Interest in Hosting GSDI 15 and GSDI6

The Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Association supports a major international geospatial conference every twelve to eighteen months. The conference is typically delivered in affiliation with another regularly held national, regional or global geospatial conference and/or with the support of a major sponsoring organization.

Chinese Translation of August 2014 Regional Newsletter Available

The Chinese translation of the Asia-Pacific section of the GSDI SDI Regional Newsletter for August 2014 is now available for dowload at this link:

Geospatial and Engineering International Conference - Discounts Offered until 4 September

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