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June 30th, 2011
ISDE7 Last Chance Early Bird

A futurist statement by ISDE President and a spectacular 3D fly through of Western  Australia will be featured at the opening ceremony. Key Speakers such as Elizabeth Lee will demonstrate how the latest technology is being used to preserve the past using futuristic 3D modeling, while Ian Jackson will provide an interconnecting link between physical location and social issues, which are fundamental to modeling our current and future states.

The exhibition will feature current and future 3D technologies from leading edge suppliers. The three conferences – WALIS Forum 2011, International Symposium on Digital Earth and the State NRM Conference – have been merged seamlessly to enable you to ‘give or take’ as much of each industry as you like. Whichever way you plan your three days at the conference, you are guaranteed excellent value for money. With countless opportunities to network with the global community working in digital earth, spatial science and natural resource management; this is one conference you can not afford to miss. Make sure you get the best rate possible and register now!

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