The International Free Software Conference, Open Source World Conference, is perhaps the most important event related to open source technologies in Spain and also in Europe, this will be held from 20 to October 22 at the Palace of Congresses and Congresses in Malaga.
The number of presentations is wide in different branches of implementation, migration and documentation of Hispanic experiences. And as always, the open source geomatic field does not wait, among them they have caught my attention:
|gvSIG, the free Geographic Information System // gvSIG and Spatial Data Infrastructures
|Mario Carrera, Jorge Gaspar Sanz (Xurxo)
|Conselleria of Infrastructures and Transport of the Generalitat Valenciana
|Position yourself: a free alternative to navigation over cartography from mobile terminals
|Francisco Sánchez Díaz, Jose Luís Fernandez Rueda
|Andalusia Cartography Institute
|Accessible Geographic Information System
|Damián Serrano Thode
|Andalusian Social Services Foundation
|System of transformation and replacement of orthophotographs of the Junta de Andalucía.
|Sebastian Castillo Carrión
|Corporate Geographic Information System of the Junta de Andalucía. First results: application and street services.
|Alvaro Zabala Ordonez
|Ministry of Innovation, Science and Business - Junta de Andalucía
|GvSIG Mobile presentation: gvSIG on mobile devices
|Orge Gaspar Sanz Salinas (Xurxo)
|Free and open
|OpenSource Geospatial Foundation
|Geographic Information Systems in Free Software
|Fernando González Cortes, Erwan Bocher and Tyler Mitchell
|Research Institute on Urban Sciences and Technics, CNRS / FR-2488 and Open Source Geospatial Foundation
|gvSIG-Free Spatial Data Infrastructures