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Delegates attending next week’s INSPIRE Conference 2014 can catch up on all the latest news from the European Location Framework (ELF) project.
ITHACA has been invited to join the End-User group of the EU co-funded RECONASS FP7 project, as an organization involved in emergency mapping activities.
A Joint International Workshop of ISPRS WG VIII/1 and WG IV/4 on 'Geospatial Data for Disaster and Risk Reduction' is scheduled to be organised at Hyderabad during November 21-22, 2013.
The city of Reading (United Kingdom) will host the 13th EMS Annual Meeting & 11th European Conference on Applications of Meteorology (ECAM) from 9 to 13 September 2013. ITHACA will present a poster: “Automated extreme rainfall monitoring and forecasting: towards an effective alert dissemination for humanitarian practitioners”. The poster is available for download (2.3 MB).
On 3 September 2013, ICSU-GeoUnions, JBGIS and UNOOSA/UN-SPIDER presented a new report which shows the economic, humanitarian and organizational benefits of applying Geoinformation to disaster management.
On June 13 and 14 ITHACA will be one of the speakers at the 7th workshop on "Remote sensing for territorial management and monitoring", held in San Martino in Pensilis (Campobasso).
The event lies within the Science Weeks initiative, organized by Centro Scienza, with the aim to foster and nourish people's interest in science. In the months of May and June, Torino will host events and projects which will encourage the great public to discover more about scientific research and its effects on everyday life.
ITHACA will host the 4th International Working Group on Satellite based Emergency Mapping (IWG-SEM) Meeting from April 22nd to April 23rd.
From 4 to 6 March 2013, the Third International Workshop on Global Flood Monitoring and Modelling will take place in Washington, USA, hosted by the University of Maryland to discuss the state of the art in this new and multi-disciplinary field.
From 29 November to 2 December 2012 ITHACA will be present at PROTEC ITALIA within Politecnico di Torino exhibiting space.
The Researchers' Night is an event bringing together the public at large and researchers. It occurs annually on the fourth Friday of September all over Europe. This year’s edition will take place in 320 European cities in 32 countries. Its main objective is to reveal scientists and science in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
The 8th International Conference on Geo-information for Disaster Management (Gi4DM) will be held on 13-16 2012 in Enschede, the Netherlands.
ITHACA attended the 12th United Nations Geographic Information Working Group (UNGIWG) Plenary Meeting in Vienna, Austria.
The XXII Congress of ISPRS will be held in Melbourne and will run for 8 days, from the 25th August to 1st September 2012. The theme for the Congress is Imaging a Sustainable Future.
The United Nations Geographical Information Working Group (UNGIWG) is a network of professionals working in the fields of cartography and geographic information science to building the UN Spatial Data Infrastructure.
3-8 May | Antalya, Turkey
Geomatics technologies are able to support management and recovery in the aftermath of manmade and natural disasters. However, disaster management also poses big challenges in all aspects of the geo-information cycle, from data acquisition, processing, management and delivery. For the seventh time, the International Symposium on Geo-information for Disaster Management (Gi4DM) brings together researchers, developers, data providers and users from all over the world to discuss these challenges.
While geomatics technologies are capable of supporting management and recovery in the aftermath of both manmade and natural disasters, disaster management also poses big challenges in all areas of the geo-information cycle.
Within the 6th Gi4DM Conference a cartographic exhibition of maps created by the international community for the earthquake that occurred in Haiti on January 12th, 2010 (Press release in english and italian).
The Gi4DM Conference will take place in Turin from February 2nd to 4th.
The fundamental goal of the symposium is to share experiences and solutions on the disaster management problems in their entirety by considering geospatial technologies applicable for emergency and disaster management, as well as particular user requirements for spatial data and standards. Information about the conference can be found on the Gi4DM 2010 site.
From November 4th to 7th ITHACA attended the 9th UNGIWG Plenary Meeting in Vienna, Austria.
During this autumn ITHACA will be present in several meetings and congresses.
ISPRS is a non-governmental international organization, devoted to the development of international cooperation for the advancement of knowledge, research, development, education and training in the photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information sciences, their integration and applications, to contribute to the well-being of humanity and the sustainability of the environment.