12th International Scientific and Technical Conference “From imagery to map:

digital photogrammetric technologies”

Date: September 24 – 27, 2012

Place: Algarve, Portugal

Over the past years the conference has become noticeable event at the GIS market and has obtained the recognition worldwide. Offering an enlightening combination of assemblies, seminars, workshops and group meetings to explore state-of-the-art photogrammetric and remote sensing technologies, conference affords the perfect venue for broadening one’s knowledge of the field through discussions and the sharing of experience.

Intergraph SG&I 2012 UK User Conference

Date: October 17 – 18, 2012

Place: The Intergraph Technology Centre

Swindon, United Kingdom

Organised by the UK User Community Committee and open to all existing and prospective users of Intergraph’s market-leading software, the annual UK conference provides an invaluable opportunity to learn about customer implementations and experiences, best practice and product updates as well as a chance to network with colleagues from sectors spanning public safety, government, utilities, communications, defence, transportation, security and education.

Oil & Gas Pipeline Conference

Date: October 22, 2012

Place: Royal Sonesta Hotel

2222 West Loop South, Houston, TX 77027 USA

GITA’s 21st Annual Oil & Gas Pipeline Conference has provided an invaluable forum for oil and gas industry professionals to interact with each other on a personal basis, to share ideas, problems and solutions, and to collectively help move the Oil & Gas industry forward.

DASIP 2012 Conference on Design & Architectures for Signal & Image Processing

Date: October 23 – 25, 2012

Place: Karlsruhe


The DASIP 2012 will be organized in Karlsruhe, Germany. Karlsruhe, situated in the Rhine valley between the mountains of the Palatinate, the Vosges and the Black Forest, is a young and hospitable city in the heart of Europe. Joie de vivre, openness, Baden’s traditional liberality and proverbial hospitality are among the most outstanding characteristics of its inhabitants. What used to be the capital and seat of the princes of Baden is now home to nearly 287,000 people. It also forms the centre of the Upper Rhine region and is known both in and even outside the Federal Republic as the “seat of justice”.

These are exciting, challenging times. GITA’s mission is to provide you the best possible information and resources to help you succeed at what you do. The legacy of this conference is a strong network of geospatial professionals in the oil and gas pipeline industry who have contributed to the body of knowledge from which we now all benefit. By enthusiastically taking an active part in this year’s event, you will continue that important tradition, helping us all move into the future with better understanding and insight, confident in the knowledge that our network will grow and prosper.