IGTF 2016 Calls for Presentations and Workshops


The ASPRS (American Society for Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry) has announced that they are seeking abstracts for oral presentations, posters and workshops for their IGTF 2016 conference in Fort Worth, Texas that is being held on April 11 – 15. The abstracts are due January 8, 2016.

Please note that the ASPRS is in the process of transforming itself into a vibrant and exciting geospatial organization that is in the unique position of bringing together the leading academics, scientists and practitioners in the geospatial and remote sensing communities. IGTF 2016 will be the coming out party for the new ASPRS – you don’t want to miss it.

About IGTF 2016 – Ft. Worth, TX

The Imaging and Geospatial Technology Forum was created to encompass the broadest terms for our industry, “Imaging” and “Geospatial”, while incorporating the idea of “Technology” as this concept is the center and reason we all come together. We selected the word “Forum” instead of conference because ‘Forum’ means a gathering at a meeting place for the discussion of questions, promoting open discussion and sharing. This sharing of ideas and open discussion is the core value for each event. All these elements together formed the new look and feel for the ASPRS Annual Conference – The Imaging and Geospatial Technology Forum (IGTF).


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