OMAN GEOSPATIAL FORUM 2014

24th and 25th November, 2014
Oman International Exhibition Centre
Muscat, Oman

The use and applicability of geospatial technology in Oman has seen rapid uptake over the past few years, and the future seems even more promising and replete with opportunities. The need of the hour is to create a platform which can bring together stakeholders to share ideas and information and thus accelerate this process. Geospatial Media and Communications (formerly known as GIS Development) is dedicated to raising the profile and expanding the horizons of the geospatial industry worldwide. As part of its efforts to bridge the divide between various sections connected to geospatial technology in Oman, Geospatial Media and Communications is pleased to announce that the Oman Geospatial Forum 2014 will be held in Muscat, Oman on 23rd and 24th November, 2014.



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Theme

Enhancing Capacities for G-Governance

Rapid advancements in technology have witnessed Oman transform itself immensely over the past few years. Modern technologies, including geospatial, are being used by most organisations in the country to improve their functioning. The concept of G-Governance is being adopted widely in Oman, which means planned infrastructure development, efficient use of resources, improved citizen services and a smarter life for the people.

Exhibition

The exhibition at Oman Geospatial Forum is one of the most sought after attractions of the event as it showcases some of the latest technologies and trends in the geospatial domain. Similar to the past so many years, the exhibition space at Oman Geospatial Forum 2014 will feature renowned exhibitors from across the region display their newest products and offerings.

Programmes

  • Geospatially Enabled Future Cities
  • Geospatial and Utilities
  • Environment & Natural Resource Management

Platinum Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Knowledge partners

Supporting Organisations

Co-organiser

Organiser

Local Partner

National Survey Authority