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 [ … ]
If you are an alumni of a German university (like HFT Stuttgart) living in Germany or EU member states you can still apply for a scholarships for AGSE 2019. For [ … ]
FOSS4G 2019 is organising the Open source Earth Observation Data Challenge 2019. Please note the key dates and participate. 3 April : Launch of the call for proposals (already over) [ … ]
As Suchith Anand reported the Free Software Foundation (FSF) recognizes OpenStreetMap with the 2018 Free Software Award for Projects of Social Benefit.
The Centre for Humanitarian Data is looking for data fellows for June and July 2019.