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December 16th, 2013
Registrations and Call for Abstracts Now Open for Locate14 Conference

Locate14 will be held at the National Convention Centre in Canberra from 7-9 April 2014.

Registrations are now open and the first 100 registrations for Locate14 will receive a super special rate of $880 – saving $220 off the standard delegate rate. Delegates can also purchase tickets to the Asia- Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards (APSEA) Dinner at a discounted rate of $140 per ticket. Non- delegate APSEA dinner tickets can be purchased for $175 per ticket.

Call for abstracts are also open with the following topics/themes:

 Locating the Digital Economy  Innovative Technologies
 Spatial (Smart) Cities
 National Security

 Think Spatially (Spatial for a Non-Spatial World)  The Changing Landscape of Surveying

Abstracts can be submitted before Friday 31 January 2014 via .

The Australasian Spatial Information and Education Research Association (ASIERA) are also managing a peer reviewed, academic stream and submissions for these must be lodged via

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