Geo Week/ILMF Postponed Due to Coronavirus Concerns - 11/03/2020
Diversified Communications has made the “very difficult decision” to postpone the upcoming edition of Geo Week, which was planned to take place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington DC, USA, from 23-25 March. This is due to the magnitude of the unanticipated public health and safety issues posed by the rapidly escalating COVID-19 outbreaks and contagion. The organization will inform the geospatial community of the new 2020 dates and details shortly.
Important follow-up communications from Diversified can be found on the Geo Week website, and will also be reported by GIM International and Geomatics World. Here, you will also be informed of details relating to the rescheduled event. Diversified expects to offer registrants the choice of rolling over International Lidar Mapping Forum/ASPRS Annual Conference registration payments to either the rescheduled 2020 event or the 8-10 February 2021 event in Denver.
“We value the support of everyone involved in the making of this event – our vendors, the local authorities, the venue and, most of all, our partners, friends and customers in the geospatial industry. We are looking forward to getting this strong community back together in the near future. Until then, we send heartfelt thoughts to those who are affected by COVID-19,” Diversified Communications comments.