FOSS4G Korea 2013

Hello, The biggest Open Source GIS event in South Korea will be taking place on 14th and 15th November at Toz(Shincheon station) and Coex 318. Gaia3D supports this event as.

Gaia3D at SmartGeo Expo 2013

Hello, New event is coming soon!!! “THE” biggest GIS event in South Korea will be taking place from 13 to 15 November 2013 at Coex in Seoul. It is definitely.

Gaia3D at InterGeo 2013

Hello, New event alert!!! One of the biggest GIS event will be taking place from 8 to 10 October 2013 in Essen, Germany. InterGeo This is the second consecutive year.

A presentation by Gaia3D at FOSS4G Nottingham

Hello, FOSS4G Nottingham was successfully completed and lots of interesting things are introduced. This presentation was created by BJ Jang – the opensource GIS guru at Gaia3D – and presented.

Gaia3D at 2013 FOSS4G International

Dear All, The world biggest Opensource GIS event – FOSS4G International will be taking place from 17 to 21 September 2013 in Nottingham, United Kingdom. Three Gaia3Ders including CEO will.

Gaia3D at AGF 2013

Gaia3D will attend Asian Geospatial Forum 2013 on 24th, 25th, and 26th September in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and exhibit interesting products including WeatherNote, Gaia3D’s opensource GIS solution, BIM on GIS,.

Gaia3D’s product is in KMIPA’s newsletter.

Gaia3D’s product – Digital Forecasting Editing System – is briefly introduced in this newsletter published by KMIPA. Also, there’s an article about 2013 Korea Meteorological industry’s trade mission in Uzbekistan.

Gaia3D will be out of office this Friday for workshop.

Gaia3D’s official workshop will be held at Hongcheon Vivaldi park between 21st June and 22nd June. Throughout the workshop, Gaia3D will have opportunities to develop internal teamworks and refresh themselves..

Gaia3D will attending Uzbekistan Meteorology Industry roadshow on June 11th ~ 12th.

Dear All, Gaia3D and 12 representative companies in Meteorology industry from South Korea will visit Tashkent, Uzbekistan and do business talks to meteorology related companies and governments. It would be.

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