Announcing FOSS4G-India 2015
FOSS4G India 2015: June 8-10, Dehradun, India
FOSS4G-India 2015 is the second in a series of National Conferences on Free and Open Source Software for Geoinformatics. FOSS4G-India is held biannually with a mission to foster the development and promote the widespread use of Open Source Geospatial Technologies including support for software development and publicly available Geo-data. The proposed theme of the Conference is "Open Source Geospatial Tools in Climate Change Research and Natural Resource Management". It will be organised jointly by OSGeo-India in collaboration with Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), Survey of India (SOI) and Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology (WIHG).
1. Abstract Submission: 25th Apr 2015
2. Acceptance Notification: 4th May 2015
3. Full Paper Submission: 20th May 2015
4. Early Registration Starts: 10th April 2015
OSGeo-India is the India Chapter of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo.org), launched in Jan 2007 as a not-for-profit Society with a pan India focus. The goal of the Society is to provide support and help in building up of open source tools and applications related to the field of geospatial technologies and its allied sciences in this part of the world. It is working towards developing a community of both the users of such products and the developers who can contribute in developing high quality open source software. The Society and its activities are tuned towards achieving these goals, both in the context of software development, e-governance, localisation (Indian language support) and building of awareness & outreach of such software systems.