International Forum for Geoinformatics - GI_Salzburg23

4. - 6. July 2023
Hellbrunner Strasse 34, Salzburg, AT

GI_Salzburg provides a platform for dialogue among geospatial minds, informing the GeoInformation Society. It is the annual meeting place for innovation, networking and continuing education from all areas of Geoinformatics. Interdisciplinary discussions, forward-looking ideas and a personal atmosphere accompany and shape the exchange of science and research, business and application.


University of Salzburg - Department of Geoinformatics - Z_GIS

Content Description

In recent years, we have repeatedly addressed the shift from spatial data infrastructures (GDI) to Geoinformatic ecosystems as a new paradigm. These "ecosystems" convey the fundamental concepts of a dynamic, highly networked Digital Earth that reacts flexibly to the framework conditions of a changing environment.

Open, stable and adaptive systems are the future of an integrated geoinformatics world. The handling of large amounts of data (Big Data), their thematic analysis, geosimulation and visualization, and communication are the basis for dealing with the challenges of our time. An increasingly important resource in this context are the various services from remote sensing, especially at the European level (Copernicus).

Call for Papers

  • Full- & Short Papers open until Feb. 01, 2023
  • Fora, Workshops & Exhibitor Presentations open until Feb. 26, 2023
  • Posters & Storymaps open until May 01, 2023

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Target Audience

Exchange and interaction characterize the GI_Salzburg. The focus is on connecting science and business, bringing disciplines together and taking an active look into the future together.

The close interaction between symposium and exhibition is the international unique selling point of GI_Salzburg and is not only reflected in the well-known spatial proximity of both, but above all, in the contribution and discussion formats in the program.

Expert talks, focus- and lightning talks, as well as discussion roundtables invite interaction right from the start. Our focus topics serve as conversation starters and bring representatives from business, science and application to discuss the opportunities and challenges ahead.

Participant Information

Contact Address

University of Salzburg
Department of Geoinformatics - Z_GIS
Julia Stepan
Schillerstrasse 30
A-5020 Salzburg