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GI Forum 2014 Issues Call for Papers

October 22, 2013

GI Forum 2014 Issues Call for Papers

Salzburg, Austria, Oct. 17, 2013—Geospatial technologies benefit society in a variety of areas such as infrastructure management, ecological monitoring, humanitarian activities and learning. At the same time, recent innovations raise new questions concerning not only methods of analysis, representation, and visualization, but also concerning control, surveillance, privacy and ethics that need to be addressed. GI_Forum