GISSA Ukubuzana 2012
Central area, Emperors Palace convention center and resort
Gauteng, South Africa
The Geo-Information Society of South Africa will hold its 2012 conference and exhibition, GISSA Ukubuzana*, on October 2, 3 and 4 at the Emperors Palace Convention Centre, Jones Road, Kempton Park in Gauteng. A free shuttle bus is available every 20 minutes from Johannesburg's O.R. Tambo (ORTIA) airport to the convention center.
The theme is "An African Dialogue: Geomatics for Infrastructure Development and Service Delivery."The keynote speaker will be Dean Angelides, ESRI's corporate director for international operations.
The event covers geo-informatics, ICT, surveying, remote sensing, GPS and location-based applications and business. It is aimed at academics, professionals and students in those areas.
It includes two tracks of hands-on, computer-based training and knowledge transfer workshops during two days of the conference.
Registration is open online at the website below.
For more information about the meeting content, contact Herman Booysen at the email address below.
*This seems to be an isiZulu or isiXhosa word meaning to question each other about many subjects. Inside GNSS welcomes clarification.