11th International gvSIG Conference: “It’s possible. It’s real”

A year on, the reference conference of the gvSIG Community and one of the more relevant events about free geomatics at an international level will take place. The 11th International gvSIG Conference will be held from December 2nd to 4th 2015 under the slogan “It’s possible. It’s real“.

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Call for papers

The conference program has been excellent at the last years, and we’re sure it will be very good this year. We expect your proposals about big ans small projects, case studies, researches and university works, developed on gvSIG, gvSIG, standard uses and Spatial Data Infrastructure on free geomatics…

If you are interested, call for papers is now open. As of today communication proposals can be sent to the email address: conference-contact@gvsig.com; they will be evaluated by the scientific committee as to their inclusion in the conference program.

There are two types of communication: paper or poster. Information regarding to regulations on communication presentations can be found in the Communications section of the website. Abstracts will be accepted until September 25th.

Sponsors

Organizations interested in collaborating in the event can find information in the section: How to collaborate of the conference website. We call the institutions and companies that use the gvSIG technology, to collaborate at this event.

 

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