Call for Papers for the AGIT Symposium July 6-8, 2011 in Salzburg

The AGIT symposium ( presents about 200 presentations, discussions and workshops about geoinformation and related disciplines in the German-speaking area. Paper abstracts can be submitted until February 1, 2011; other submissions (product presentation, forum and workshops) will close February 21, 2011.


  • Nature and landscape, climate and hydrology
  • HealthGIS
  • Sustainability in energy, water and spatial planning
  • Mobility
  • eGovernment
  • GeoMES: Security and catastrophy management
  • Geoinformation in infrastructure and facility management

Methods and technologies:

  • 3D-worlds and cartographic communication
  • Surveying, remote sensing and computer graphics
  • Mobile geoinformation and location based services
  • Dynamic modelling and simulation
  • INSPIRE: Geoinfrastructure and georeferencing services
  • Open geodate and OpenSource GI-software
  • Real Time Forum: Best Practice

Call for Papers – AGIT Exhibition and Conference 2011

Salzburg July 6-8, 2011

AGIT is a well established conference where every year many members of the German-speaking geoinformation community come together. Now the call for papers for 2011 will open from December 1, 2010 to February 1, 2011.

Themes in 2011 will be:

  • Nature and landscape, climate and hydrology
  • HealthGIS
  • Sustainable energies, water management and spatial planning
  • Mobility
  • geoGovernment
  • GeoMES: Catastrophe management
  • Geoinformation in infrastructure management

Methods and Technologies

  • 3-D models and cartographic communication
  • Geomatics, remote sensing and image processing
  • Mobile and location based services
  • Dynamic modeling and simulation
  • INSPIRE: Geoinfrastructure
  • VGI and OpenSource geoinformation software
  • Real time forum: Best practice

For more information and registration please see

AGIT 2009 Call for Papers out now

AGIT 2009 is a well established GIS conference in Salzburg with one track on visualization and cartographic communication. For more information, please refer to