Locate15 – call for presenters

Monday March 9, 2015 – Thursday March 12, 2015

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Locate15
The Power of Location

  • 10-12 March 2015
  • Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Locate15 is Australia & New Zealand’s leading Spatial event. It is designed to energise the location industry, inspire both producers and consumers of location information, and drive greater awareness, adoption and innovation.

Call for Presenters
We would like to hear your inspirational stories and your experiences; economic, political, social, environmental or business problems solved; and the goal of data, software and hardware. Presentations with a focus on the user perspective and needs are encouraged, as are presentations by location technology users.

We invite prospective presenters to submit a brief Executive Summary of up to 400 words under the Session Themes – identified by practitioners, industry, researchers and users – as issues of most topical interest.

1. Environment
2. Innovation, Research & Development (incorporating [email protected] Locate15)
3. Sustainable management of our Natural Resources
4. Health
5. Managing our investment in Infrastructure & Utilities
6. Securing our Nation; Disaster & Emergency Management

Closing Date: Friday 28 November at midnight

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[email protected] is organised by the Australasian Spatial Information Education and Research Association, ASIERA.

It will be a transparent full-paper peer review process, with carefully selected presentations and papers, with its own annual, open-access proceedings. The accepted papers will appear in the CEUR Workshop Proceedings Series (CEUR-WS.org), an open-access publication service of Sun SITE Central Europe.

For information on themes, submission dates and to submit your abstract/paper/poster for review, please go to http://www.asiera.org.au/rl15.html

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