[Viscom-dev] FW: Viscom-dev post from spatialguru@shaw.ca requires approval

Umm, does anyone have the admin passwd for this list? :frowning:

-mpg

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Will forward it to you Michael…

On 22-Jan-07, at 9:33 AM, Michael P. Gerlek wrote:

Umm, does anyone have the admin passwd for this list? :frowning:

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From: ‚ÄúTyler Mitchell‚ÄĚ <spatialguru@shaw.ca>
Date: January 22, 2007 7:44:16 AM PST (CA)
To: ‚ÄúVisibility Committee Discussion List‚ÄĚ <viscom-dev@lists.osgeo.org>
Subject: Fwd: Annoucing - The Rocket City Geospatial Conference

FYI - To add to our list of conferences to consider… First time
I’ve heard of it.

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From: Directions Media <newsletters@directionsmag.com>
Date: January 22, 2007 12:20:47 AM PST (CA)
Subject: Annoucing - The Rocket City Geospatial Conference
Reply-To: newsletters@directionsmag.com

Directions Media is pleased to announce…
The Inaugural Rocket City Geospatial Conference
October 15-17, 2007, Huntsville, Alabama

Today, Directions Media announces the inaugural Rocket City
Geospatial Conference October 15 -17, 2007 in Huntsville, Alabama
at the Huntsville Marriott Hotel on the grounds of the U.S. Space
and Rocket Center. The objective of the conference is to focus
attention on the breadth of geospatial technology research and
application development represented in the Southeastern United
States, the Northern Alabama region and Huntsville in particular.
Many local and regional businesses and government agencies are
developing some of the finest technology in the world to support
applications from infrastructure management, emergency response,
and homeland security to the integration of virtual reality with
geographic information for missile defense.
Some of the topics we will offer in our workshops and breakout
sessions during this 3-day event will include:
Emerging technology for discovery, visualization and access to
geospatial information
GIS Certification, Job Classification, Workforce development
Homeland Security: Emergency Preparedness & Response
Metadata, or lack thereof: ‚ÄúThe largest crisis in GIS today‚ÄĚ
North Alabama’s Niche in the Geospatial World
Open Source vs. Open Standards: Clearing up the confusion
Open Source vs. Open Standards: Clearing up the confusion
Emerging Technologies: Ubiquitous computing; Sensors Web; GeoRSS;
Microsatellites
Integration of GIS and ‚ÄúVirtual Reality‚ÄĚ in Battlefield Management
Interoperability & OGC Specifications
Technology transfer from NASA or DoD to civilian use and
partnerships with SMDC as well as other federal agencies
Mobile Geospatial Solutions and Field Service Management
State issues: Data sharing, council formation, etc.
…and more
On March 15th, we will announce a call for presentations with
abstracts due May 15th. We will also offer workshops that will be
designed to enable attendees to obtain education credits.

We expect a large attendance from local and state government
agencies as well as supporting businesses and government contractors.

Want to be an exhibitor? See all details at the conference website
or call/email Jane Elliott at 847-242-0412. It’s not too early to
reserve booth space!

If you have questions regarding the program or agenda, please feel
free to contact Joe Francica, Conference Chairman & Editor-in-
Chief, Directions Media, 256-650-0205, or any of the members of our
conference committee:

Chris Johnson, Vice President, US Space and Rocket Center - GTAC
Peter Batty, CTO, Intergraph Corporation
Dr. Mike Botts, Univ. of Alabama-Huntsville & OGC
Jay Arnold, Vice President, 3001, Inc
Steve Perkins, GIS Manager, City of Huntsville
Tim Heinse, Sr. GIS Database Manager, Amtec Corporation & the US
Army Garrison at the Redstone Arsenal
Beverly Richey, GIS Analyst, Teledyne Brown Engineering
Radhaji Mani, Founder, GISbiz Inc.

The conference is supported by the organizations listed above as
well as:

You are receiving this email as a subscriber to Directions
Magazine. Feel free to pass along this newsletter so that they may
subscribe to further announcements. Or you may unsubscribe from
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Copyright Directions Media 2007

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