The Geospatial Software Institute (GSI) conceptualization project (https://gsi.cigi.illinois.edu/), along with its partners, recently announced a Geospatial Fellows program to foster collaborative work on advancing COVID-19 research and education. The call [ … ]
Christine Brönner, Miguel Orti, Kaleb Negussie and Franz-Josef Behr finally published the proceedings of AGSE 2018 (2019 still takes a while). You can download the PDF document from http://applied-geoinformatics.org/proceedings/. Table [ … ]
Very exciting position opening at CartONG: They are looking for a new GIS Project Manager! 5 to 10 years of exp. with 3 in project management and a good understanding [ … ]
A good colleague since many years and invited speaker at AGSE 2012 organises the XI International Conference on Ecological Informatics (ICEI 2020), 17-21 November 2020, in Thiruvananthapuram the capital of [ … ]
AGSE 2019 starts successfully on its third day. Join now today’s AGSE webinar under https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/agse2019/.
The AGSE 2019 conference is approaching. With your submitted and accepted contributions, we think that we have been able to set up an interesting programme. Thanks a lot. For those [ … ]
The prelimanary programme of AGSE 2019 including abstracts and further information (venue, travel, …) is available for download: Programme and Abstracts
The support of the geospatial disciplines regarding environment and climate are essential part of AGSE’s mission. The article “Climate Change: The Coming Calamity” is worth to read.
SimStadt is a workflow software for urban energy simulationdeveloped at HFT Stuttgart. It is capable to manage and process data of the actual urban situation and future planning scenarios. Such [ … ]
Rupert Allan gave us on last year’s AGSE conference in Windhoek an excellent introduction into humanitarian mapping and the work of the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) in Uganda. Now he [ … ]