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Conference schedule:

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September 21st
MONDAY
September 22nd
TUESDAY
September 23th
WEDNESDAY
September 24th
THURSDAY
September 25th
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Topics of Conference corresponds to Sessions:
1. Data, Information, Knowledge, Technologies and Techniques
Scale: Global, Regional and Local Geo-information
Earth observation and processing technologies for digital earth
Global GI and mapping projects
Temporal, Statistical and Classification challenges
Data standards
Data Centers, Warehouses and Services
Interoperability
Visualization, Virtual Reality
Data and Information Infrastructures
Intelectual Property Rights
Digital Divide

2. Global Sustainability: Concepts and Debates
The meaning of sustainability
Information, knowledge, and the well-being of citizens
Ethical challenges concerning global surveillance and monitoring
Policy formulation, delivery, monitoring and evaluation

3. Global Society Dialogue
The roles of other disciplines in working towards global sustainability
How do we join up disciplines to produce a joined-up strategy for sustainability?
Globalization processes
Poverty, health, well-being, development and the environment

4. A Networked Knowledge Society
e-Government and e-Governance, e-Parliament
e-Societies and participation
e-Commerce
Skills, education
Organizations and organizational behavior
Global sustainability versus Homeland security

5. Delivering Services to Citizens: From Web to Mobile
Location-based technologies and techniques
Geo-information networking;
Applications including: m-commerce, Early warning, Environmental security monitoring
How to close gap between information "haves" and "have-nots"?

6. Digital Cities, Communities and Localities
Digital Marketplaces: Nations, Regions and Cities
The spatial characteristics of new cities in a networked sustainable society.
The definition of community in a networked knowledge society
Citizen’s concerns and needs: privacy, security, trust
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Keynote speakers of conference:

Symposium opening
Ron BIRK, Director NASA Earth Science Applications Division
Preetha PULUSANI, President Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions
Cyril SVOBODA, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
Vladimír MLYNAR, Minister of the Informatics of the Czech Republic
Libor AMBROZEK, Minister of the Environment of the Czech Republic
Pavel NEMEC, Minister for Regional Development of the Czech Republic
Josef POSTRANECKY, Deputy Minister of Interior of the Czech Republic
Francisco AYALA, Advisor for Science and Technology during President Clinton Presidency Awarded by National Medal of Science in 2001 by President Bush

1. Data, Information, Knowledge, Technologies and Techniques
Guo HUADONG: Introduction to Digital Earth Prototype System
Alessandro ANONNI: INSPIRE: Technical aspects and links with other Global Spatial Data Projects
Deren LI: On Geospatial Data Infrastructure of China
Alan R. STEVENS: US Federal Geographic Data Committee Initiatives: Geospatial One-Stop and Implementation Teams
Bart HOOGENRAAD: Open Interoperability: From Conception to Realisation
 
2. Global Sustainability: Concepts and Debates
Hana AYALA: The Art and Power of Welding Science and Heritage in a Knowledge Economy for the 21st Century
Raoul WEILER: The COSMOPAD modelling framework: Conceptual System Dynamics Model of Planetary Agricultural & Biomass Development
 
3. Global Society Dialogue
Franz Josef RADERMACHER: The Global Society Dialogue: Thinking about a Sustainable global future
 
4. A Networked Knowledge Society
Michael BLAKEMORE: Discourse of data: Geographic Information, Society and Globalisation
Vlastimil VESELY: Building communities and knowledge networks in practice
 
5. Delivering Services to Citizens: From Web to Mobile
Karel CHARVAT: WirelessInfo – mobile applications according INSPIRE principles
 
6. Digital Cities, Communities and Localities
Lennart FORSEBACK: Sustainable and Inteligent Cities
Jaroslav SOLC: Prague Environmental Information System and Use of Geographical Data

Seminars and Workshops
Henry TOM: Standards for Enabling International Interoperability: The response of ISO, OGC, and GIS vendors.
ESRI Workshop
GISIG meeting
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