Posts tagged as GISSA

Keynote speakers for Geomatics Indaba 2015

  Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, President of the Institute of Navigation, and Dr. Carl Reed, former Chief Technology Officer at the Open Geospatial Consortium, will be keynote speakers at Geomatics Indaba 2015, South Africa’s foremost surveying, geospatial and mapping conference. Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska is a professor and chair of the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering, and […]

Gallery: GISSA Gauteng AGM 2015

  The GISSA Gauteng branch held their AGM on 12 March 2015 at the South African National Museum of Military History in Johannesburg. The day focused on administrative planning and also featured presentations covering topics such as academic models, spatial transformation and geo-marketing. Read the full story here.

GISSA Gauteng members debate academic models

  The GISSA Gauteng branch held their AGM on 12 March 2015 at the South African National Museum of Military History in Johannesburg. The day focused on administrative planning and also featured presentations covering topics such as academic models, spatial transformation and geo-marketing. GISSA Gauteng chair S’lindi Mhlongo decried the low attendance of the society’s members at meetings, […]

Call for Geomatics Indaba 2015 papers – academic track

  The official call for papers for the peer-reviewed academic track of Geomatics Indaba 2015 has been issued and interested parties are encouraged to submit papers in line with the conference theme of “Developing spatial technologies and skills for strategic infrastructure planning”.  Hosted by South Africa’s professional geospatial bodies, the South African Geomatics Institute (SAGI), the […]

Geomatics Indaba 2015 launched for success

  Representatives of the South African geospatial community gathered on 22 January 2015 at Emperors Palace, Johannesburg to attend the launch of South Africa’s largest surveying, geospatial, remote sensing, mapping and location-based services conference, Geomatics Indaba 2015. Hosted by South Africa’s professional geospatial bodies, the South African Geomatics Institute (SAGI), the Geo-Information Society of South […]