International Association for Geoinformation and Communication Technology
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The Waterloo Institute Disaster Management and Dewey College are organizing a two days conference jointly with Association of Geo-information and Communication Technology (AGeoICT). The goal of the conference is to transfer the recent knowledge to Asia and other parts of the world. The inaugural international conference aimed at bringing together academics, researchers, scientists, industrialists and politicians and practitioners. The conference will provide a platform to discuss recent technical advancements and innovations in the profession of Geo-information and Communication Technology. It is an excellent opportunity for the exchange of ideas and knowledge, and for discussing future challenges in Natural Hazards and Disaster Management. Keynote speakers will present the hot topics from the related fields. An exhibition on site has been planned for industrial and educational sectors to promote their activities.
Landslide, flood, Tsunami, Nuclear accident, Disease, Tornado, oil spills, Earthquakes, Storms, Emergency planning and responses, Remote Sensing & Image Processing, LIDAR Technology for Environmental Hazards, Mapping and modeling, Regional Security and Conflict Management, Climate Change and Environmental Impact Assessment, Advanced Geospatial Information Technology, Geographical Information Systems and Spatial Analysis, Development and Globalization, Passive Defense Technology and Man-made disasters.