The Global SpatialData Infrastructure (GSDI) Association has announced its "Small Grants Program" for the year 2014 to support national or sub-national activities in economically disadvantaged nations that foster partnerships, develop in-country technical capacity, improve data compatibility and access, and increase political support for spatial data infrastructure. The U.S.
The Center for Spatial Information Science and Systems (CSISS) is an interdisciplinary research center chartered by the provost and affiliated with the College of Science at George Mason University. CSISS currently operates Laboratory for Advanced Information Technology and Standards (LAITS).
The Societal Impacts Committee of the GSDI Association will provide a free training opportunity for up to three candidates from Latin America to attend the ICLPST (International Center for Land Policy Studies and Training) training Seminar on Geographical Information Systems and Land Management in Taipei. The training seminar will begin on September 12, 2012 and conclude on September 25, 2012. Chinese Taipei is the sponsor of the training program that entrusts ICLPST to carry out the project.
This is event is available for participation on an ongoing basis
The joint GSDI World Conference (GSDI 13), GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference (GEOIDE 2012), Canadian Geomatics Conference (CGC 2012) and 3DGeoInfo (2012) will take place in historic Québec City, Canada at the Québec City Conference Center in the heart of the city. Primary partners in organizing this conference include the GSDI Association and GEOIDE.
The theme for this conference is Spatially Enabling Government, Industry and Citizens.
Geospatial science has carved a niche for itself within not only the technology circle and decision makers, but with a number of new user segments as well. In fact, it would be apt to call it as Geospatial Industry, as it has evolved its own ecosystem and has been spreading its reach to contribute to other technologies and application sectors.
The theme for GSDI 12 was "Realizing Spatially Enabled Societies." The conference organizers set out to encourage collaboration to help create an enabling environment that enhances outcomes in societies, economies and the global environment. A peer-reviewed book on this topic was launched during the conference.
The Global SpatialData Infrasructure (GSDI) Association announced its 2010-11 Small Grants Program. The GSDI focuses on international cooperation and collaboration in spatial data infrastructure developments on different levels support. Resources from the U.S.