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May 10, 2016
Keynote Speaker – 6th Digital Earth Summit

The 6th Digital Earth Summit, together with a celebration of the tenth anniversary of ISDE, will be held on 7-8 July 2016 in Beijing, China. With the theme of “Digital Earth in the Era of Big Data”, this Summit will offer a great opportunity for scientists, engineers, technologists, managers and other stakeholders to exchange scientific and technical knowledge and to seek research ideas and cooperation opportunities in the field of Digital Earth. Keynote Speakers:

GUO Huadong

   Professor, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, CAS Topic: Digital Earth in the Context of Big Data Alessandro Annoni Doctor, Joint Research Centre of European Commission Topic: INSPIRE Big Metadata Analytics: understanding governmental patters Gunter Schreier Professor, German Remote Sensing Data Center, German Aerospace Center (DLR) Topic: Collaborative Ground Segments and Big Data in Copernicus LI Deren Professor, Wuhan University, China Topic: Towards Geomatics in Big Data Era Tim Foresman Professor and SIBA Chair in Spatial Information, Queensland  University of Technology, Australia Topic: Beyond Moore’s Law: Harnessing spatial-digital disruptive technologies for Digital Earth Trevor Taylor Doctor, Services for Asia and the Americas, Open Geospatial  Consortium(OGC) Topic: Enabling the Digital Earth: The Role of Open Standards for Big Data

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