Reminder: abstracts due April 27th
October 29, 2007 at the
Westin Hotel in
What is RDX?
The Great Lakes Regional Data Exchange (RDX)
is a regional conference focusing on collaborative technology-based approaches to
RDX 2007 in
Who should attend RDX?
If you collect or use information regarding
About the Conference
The Great Lakes Regional Data Exchange 2007
conference will be held on October 29, 2007 at the Westin Hotel in
The conference will include keynote speakers addressing the latest advancements in current regional and global observing systems and related technologies. It will also include breakout sessions with contributed paper covering a wide range of case studies and current activities and hands-on workshops showcasing and assisting participants in using the latest technologies for sharing their data through Web Services.
The conference is ideally
placed at the beginning of a week of exciting events in
Present at RDX!
The Great Lakes Regional Data Exchange 2007 Conference will provide a variety of opportunities for participants to present their recent work to their peers. Presentations are being sought on the following topics:
Ecological Monitoring and Reporting
Online Geospatial Communities
Land Use Transformations
Presentations are welcome in all areas
relating to data exchange and use of information technologies for addressing
Presentation abstracts should be submitted by April 27th via email to email@example.com. Those submitting presentation will be notified by May 7th of their acceptance and placement in the conference program.
Registration for this one-day event is available as a special option via the CRSS/ASPRS Specialty Conference website.
Rates for early registrants (before Sept. 28, 2007) are:
RDX alone: $145
RDX in addition to CRSS/ASPRS registration: $105
The conference will take place at the Westin Ottawa, near the Ottawa Congress Centre and the Rideau Centre. A discounted group block will be made available for conference attendees who pre-register. Please check back soon for more information.