Washington, DC – March 18, 2013 Dr. Carl Reed, OGC CTO, will deliver a keynote at COM.Geo 2013 conference which will be held on July 22-24, 2013, San Jose, CA.
Dr. Carl Reed is currently the Chief Technology Officer and an Executive Director of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC). Dr. Reed is responsible for facilitating the OGC standards development process, chairing the OGC Architecture Board, and Chairing the OGC Planning Committee. Dr. Reed also participates in and collaborates with other standards organizations, including OASIS, NENA, W3C, ISO, and the IETF. As a result, Reed has contributed to numerous internet and web standards. During his tenure at the OGC, Reed has written numerous book chapters and articles and presented dozens of keynotes at geospatial/GIS conferences. Prior to the OGC, Reed was the vice president of geospatial marketing at Intergraph and pervious to that President of Genasys Americas. In 1995 and in 2009, Reed was voted one of the 10 most influential people in the GIS industry. For his contributions to the geospatial industry, in 2009 Reed was inducted into the URISA GIS Hall of Fame.
COM.Geo 2013 will take place in the capital of Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA on July 22-24, 2013. COM.Geo papers, talks, and presentations have broad impact on the development of theory, method and practice in computing for geospatial fields. Since 2010, COM.Geo Conference has brought together representatives from diverse government agencies, industrial companies, universities, and research organizations. Read more from COM.Geo 2013 conference website: http://www.com-geo.org/conferences/2013/index.htm
About COM.Geo Conference
COM.Geo Conference is the leading-edge computing for geospatial conference, focusing on the latest computing technologies for multidisciplinary research and development that enables the exploration in geospatial areas. Innovative geospatial research and application technologies are the brightest spotlights at COM.Geo conference. COM.Geo is playing a guiding role to advancing the technologies in computing for geospatial fields.