Melbourne Bid for ISPRS 2012 - 17/05/2008
Cliff Ogleby, congress director - Melbourne Bid, ISPRS 2012, and the SpatialSciences Institute, invite the Inter-national Society for Photogrammetry andRemote Sensing (ISPRS) to hold the ISPRS Congress 2012 in Melbourne, Australia.The 2012 ISPRS Congress in Melbourne will offer you, the delegate, the following:
-government funding to aid participation by scientists andacademics from developing countries
-opportunity to experience the Photo-grammetry and Remote Sensingindustry in Australia and New Zealand
-brand-new facilities (Convention Centre) capable of hosting the whole congress at one venue in central Melbourne
-abundant accommodation, from student dorms to deluxe hotels, at walking distance from the congress venue
-international airport just twenty minutes from central Melbourne
-visa application assistance
-multicultural city catering for all delegates’ religious, dietary and language needs
-one of the safest, cleanest and most welcoming countries in the world
-opportunity to visit one of the world’s most desirable destina-tions, experience the sun, surf, beaches, desert and unique nativeflora and fauna; and within close proximity to all that New Zealand has to offer!
An experienced Local Organising Committee is in place, consisting of Cliff Ogleby, congress director/University of Melbourne, associate professor Chris Bellman, RMIT University, Professor Simon Jones, RMIT University, and Professor Mark Shortis, chair, Technical Committee 2012/RMIT University.
It’s time! Only one ISPRS Congress has ever been held in the Southern Hemisphere, and only four outside Europe. Please visit our website for further information: