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Co-organized by EuroSDR, Platform Linked Data The Netherlands (PLDN), OGC/W3C Spatial Data on The Web Workin Group and the European Projects: ELF, proDataMarket, Melodies, GEISER and IQMulus.
In the last two decades, location data has undergone many evolutions, due among other reasons to the development of the web. Many initiatives, related to the theme of Geodata on the Web, are currently on the go. This event will discuss the latest state of the art, both from the GIS perspective as well as the Web world. We bring together the Linked Data and GIS communities for a fruitful discussion of current and future steps to be taken.
San Diego, USA
Industry of Things World USA 2016 is a two-day conference of learning and networking with the elite of the Industrial Internet scene.
Jeff Jaffe, W3C CEO, will give a keynote "From a world-wide web of pages to a world-wide web of things – interoperability for connected devices".
He will talk about:
Novi, Michigan USA
Hosted by Georgia Tech
The 2nd Annual Web Audio Conference,
The main conference program of WWW 2016 will have 11 areas (or tracks). In addition to the main conference, WWW 2016 will also have a series of co-located workshops, keynote speeches, tutorials, panels, a developer track, a W3C track, and poster and demo sessions. The theme of the conference is OUVERT (OPEN in french), which stands for: Open, Ubiquitous, Versatile, Education, Government, Health.
Chicago, IL, USA
Hosted at Siskel Film Center