GPS Southern Africa Conference and Exhibition

The GPS Southern Africa Conference and Exhibition – the first of its kind in Africa – takes place from 20 August to 22 August 2008 at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg.

The conference will highlight the many new applications of GPS technology across the board and the penetration of GPS in transport, safety and security, mining, government, and mining.

The GPS Southern Africa Conference and Exhibition – the first of its kind in Africa – takes place from 20 August to 22 August 2008 at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg.

The conference will highlight the many new applications of GPS technology across the board and the penetration of GPS in transport, safety and security, mining, government, and mining.

More than 20 speakers from industry, academia, and government will address such topics as GPS and mobile technology, satellite technology, surveying and digital mapping. Filled with case studies, the conference will demonstrate the practical use of GPS applications for both the layman and the practitioner

The event targets GIS/ GPS consultants or practitioners from the private sector and government, town planners, quantity surveyors and engineers dealing with GIS or GPS.

The conference will also interest mobile operators, those involved with earth observation and satellite technology, representatives from IT companies, government departments dealing with GIS/GPS, associations and regulatory bodies, emergency services and disaster management officials, environmental organisations, transport organisations (air, raid, rail and marine) and fleet management companies.

You may register online or by telephone. For more information, contact Ryno van Ellewee at the email below.