4 September 2012
The XXII Congress of the ISPRS wraps up
The once-every-four-years congress of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) has finished up, with the closing ceremony running on Saturday, 1st September.
Attracting 2,000 visitors from across the world – including around 500 from Australia – the Congress ran for a week from 25 August at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, and included over 700 presentations from the many special and themed sessions, as well as a thorough technical program.
In a special session organised by ISPRS and GSDI, which was chaired by GSDI president professor Abbas Rajabifard and supported the Joint Board of Geospatial Information Societies (JBGIS), the audience received a progress report on the concept of the Spatially Enabled Society.
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