International Symposium and Exhibition on Geoinformation is the premier educational event for professionals involved in geoinformation technologies, including geographic information systems (GIS), GPS, remote sensing, automated mapping/facilities management (AM/FM), underground utility mapping, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), and related geospatial technologies. ISG brings together scientist from academia, industry and government to analyze progress and to explore new research directions. It focuses on emerging topics and basic research findings across all sectors of geoinformation technologies. The conference program aims to attract leading geoinformation researchers from all .elds to re.ect the interdisciplinary breadth of geoinformation, including cognitive science, computer science, engineering, geography, information science, mathematics, philosophy, psychology and social science. ISG offer an exciting technical program, including plenary session and technical sessions. The symposium is designed to meet scientific, technical and business needs of the geoinformation community testing.
The theme for the 2012 event is "Ubiquitous Geospatial Solution".
DATE & VENUE
The symposium will be held on 25-26 Sept 2012 at Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur City Centre
ISG attracts leading geoinformation researchers of all fields from all corners of the globe, including geomatics, hydrography, engineering, built environment, computer science, geography, information science, utility mapping, mathematics, marine & oceanographic sciences and medical sciences. ISG will feature exciting technical programmes, consisting of keynote addresses, plenary and parallel sessions covering two days of technical sessions and exhibits of innovative products and spatial solutions from geoinformation technology stakeholders.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Professionals and practitioners in the public and private sectors including academicians, surveyors, hydrographers, engineers, researchers, planners, policy makers, analyst working in industries, universities and research organizations who have common interest of engaging geoinformation technologies in meeting their operational and business goals.