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  • Jun 14, 2015
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June 14th, 2015
France – ISPRS Geospatial Week 2015

September 28, 2015 – October 3, 2015 all-day
La Grande-Motte

Dear colleagues and friends,

I would like to invite you to attend this ISPRS Geospatial Week that will take place in Montpellier (La Grande Motte), a beautiful Mediterranean city of the South of France, from 28th September to 3rd October 2015. La Grande Motte is the sea resort and marina of Montpellier which has an outstanding architecture which has been classified “20th century heritage site” by the French ministry of culture. La Grande Motte is situated on the border of Camargue, region of the delta of the river Rhone, which is a wetland of international importance with an incredible wildlife and biodiversity (free horses, flamingos,…).
Our objective is to propose you during a full working week a very rich scientific program around geoinformation (from data collection and information extraction, to data quality control and dissemination through services) with a mix of methodology-oriented and thematic-oriented events that will enable communities to meet, to exchange, and cross-fertilize.

Hope to see you soon in La Grande Motte!

Best regards,
Nicolas Paparoditis