OMICS International Incorporation is delighted to welcome you to New Orleans to take part in the market leading World Congress on GIS and Remote Sensing ...
World Congress on
GIS and Remote Sensing
August 01-03, 2016 New Orleans, USA
OMICS International Incorporation is delighted to welcome you to New Orleans to take part in the market leading World Congress on GIS and Remote Sensing during August 01-03, 2016. GIS 2016 will focus on “Strategies Expanding in GIS: Making Sense of Remote Sensing”. We look forward to give you an international plat form where worldwide GIS and Remote sensing with a wealth of field experience will insight light on current issues with GIS and Remote sensing issues. So come explore the opportunity here in New Orleans,USA. We look forward to see you at New Orleans, USA.
With Regards, GIS 2016 Operating Committee OMICS International Conferences
Editorial Board Members of Supporting Journals: Robert L. Vanarsdall University of Pennsylvania, USA Filippos Vallianatos University College London, United Kingdom Dr. Ramesh P Singh Chapman University, USA Jing-Bo Chen Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Qin Siqing Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Shengwen Qi Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Mukesh Singh Boori Palacky University Olomouc, Europe
Yuhong He University of Toronto Mississauga,Canada Pinliang Dong University of North Texas, USA Gulnihal Ozbay Delaware State University, USA Yun Chen Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Zhao Biqiang Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Ted Eckmann Bowling Green State University, USA
Venue New Orleans, USA Important Dates Abstract Submission Opens: June 21, 2015 Registration Opens: June 21, 2015 Early bird Registration: January 25, 2016 On spot Registration: August 01, 2016
Accommodation A large number of rooms have been reserved. Discounted room rates for GIS 2016 participants are proposed. Only reservations made through the Conference will benefit these rates. The Congress Center can be easily reached by public transportation. Exhibition and Sponsorship An Exhibition will be held concurrently with the Congress. The coffee break and lunch areas will be located adjacent to the booths. Thanks to exhibitors from all over the world, attendees will have a complete overview of new findings in the fields of GIS and Remote Sensing. About New Orleans New Orleans is a major United States port and the largest city and metropolitan area in the state of Louisiana. The city is named after the Duke of Orleans, who reigned as Regent for Louis XV from 1715 to 1723, as it was established by French colonists and strongly influenced by their European culture. It is well known for its distinct French and Spanish Creole architecture, as well as its cross-cultural and multilingual heritage. New Orleans is also famous for its cuisine, music, and its annual celebrations and festivals, most notably Mardi Gras, dating to French colonial times. The city is often referred to as the “most unique” in the United States and it is located in south-eastern Louisiana, straddling the Mississippi River. New Orleans’ colonial history of French and Spanish settlement has resulted in a strong Catholic tradition. Catholic missions administered to slaves and free people of color, establishing schools for them. Tourism is another staple of the city’s economy. Perhaps more visible than any other sector, New Orleans’ tourist and convention industry is a $5.5 billion juggernaut that accounts for 40 percent of New Orleans’ tax revenues. In 2004, the hospitality industry employed 85,000 people, making it New Orleans’ top economic sector as measured by employment totals. The city also hosts the World Cultural Economic Forum (WCEF). The forum, held annually at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center, is directed toward promoting cultural and economic development opportunities through the strategic convening of cultural ambassadors and leaders from round the world.
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