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INSPIRE 2012 Conference in Istanbul, Turkey

M. Taner Aktas, GISP
1991 days ago

Welcome to the “Turkish INSPIRE Interest Group”. This group is focused on providing a networking platform for everything related to Turkish National GIS (NSDI), adoption of INSPIRE in Turkey, and all other spatial data infrastructure related subjects such as SDIs based on local, state/provincial, national, regional (multi-national) and global levels, OGC specifications and ISO/TC211 standards, GIS based e-Governance initiatives in e-Government, best practices, geoportals, open source tools, commercial off-the-shelf products, latest developments and research, innovation in the public sector, education, training, and consultancy.

M. Taner Aktas, GISP
Geospatial Technology Visionary

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M. Taner Aktas, GISP
1917 days ago

It is my great pleasure to invite you and your colleagues to INSPIRE 2012 Conference to be held in June 23-27, 2012 in Istanbul, Turkey. The theme of the conference is "Sharing Environmental Information, Sharing Innovation".

Full conference details can be found at: 
http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/events/conferences/inspire_2012

The chance to combine leading world experts in Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) and Geo-Information Science (GIS) with the unique art treasures and Bosphorus atmosphere of Istanbul represents a valuable opportunity to promote “Geospatial Science, Technology & Innovation“ and to allow people coming from different countries to meet and exchange ideas. 

Istanbul is a bridge between Europe and Asia, and should prove fascinating atmosphere for participants from the Middle East, the Caucasus, the Balkans, North Africa, Asia, and Europe as well as North and South America, and the rest of the World. 

Let’s meet where the Continents meet. 

Kind regards, 

M. Taner Aktas, GISP 
Geospatial Technology Visionary 
http://www.linkedin.com/in/mtaktas 

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