October 10-12 2006
The INTERGEO is the spatial industry's meeting point. With more than 17,000 visitors and delegates from more than 80 countries the INTERGEO and the FIG World Conference 2006 in Munich,Germany will be the largest meeting point for the industry sectors geodesy, geoinformation and land management in Europe and beyond.
INTERGEO premieres -- Open Source Park
"The launch of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) at the start of this year and the Open Source Park, which is being staged for the first time at INTERGEO 2006, reflect the importance of free software in the GIS sector, both in Germany and elsewhere," says Arnulf Christl, one of OSGeo's nine directors. Projects from the international and German-speaking Free and Open Source Software community will be showcased in Hall C3 on a special area covering 400m2. Service providers from throughout the Free and Open Source Software sectors will be presenting their solutions. Each day, a series of presentations will be held on well-known open source software packages such as UMN MapServer, Mapbender, PostGIS or Geotools. The focus is on new applications, security mechanisms and the OSGeo Foundation. The speakers are suppliers and users of FOSSGIS software and report on their motivation for using open source software and their experiences with it.
12-15 September 2006
FOSS4G2006 - Free And Open Source Software for Geoinformatics
FOSS4G2006 is the international conference addressing geospatial data technologies developed by or of relevance to the Open Source community, and is the premiere annual conference of OSGeo.
29 August - 1 September, 2006
Map Asia 2006
Map Asia is the largest annual Asian conference and exhibition in the field of GIS, GPS, Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing. OSGeo will have a booth in the exhibition.
July 24-28, 200
Where coders, sysadmins, entrepreneurs, and business people working in free and open source software gather to share ideas, discover code, and find solutions.
June 13-14, 2006
San Jose, CA
The Where 2.0 Conference brings together the people, projects, and issues leading the charge in location-aware technologies.