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COM.* Emerging Summits expand to Big Data, Self-driving Car, Geospatial Computing

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Wednesday, May 14th 2014
COM.Geo Conference | Washington, DC


Washington, DC – May 14, 2014 COM.* 2014 Expanded! COM.* 2014 has expanded to three more emerging tech areas, Big Data, driverless cars, and geospatial computing. COM.Geo has been playing a guiding role to advancing the technologies in computing for geospatial research and application since it was initiated 5 years ago.

This year, COM.* conferences and summits will focus on COM.BigData 2014, COM.DriverlessCar 2014, and COM.Geo 2014. All three will take place in the same time frame and conference center in August in Washington DC, USA as well as COM.* online Virtual Conference center.

Several leading keynotes and insightful panels from U.S. federal government and world-class industries and universities will be open to all the attendees of the three conferences and summits. There will be a great opportunity for everyone to learn trends, share visions, exchange ideas, discuss details, and expand networking circles. 

For details, please see http://www.com-geo.org/conferences/2014/

 

bigdata2014_title
COM.BigData 2014  - Call for Presentations
The 1st International Summit on Big Data Computing
 
 
driverlesscar2014_title
COM.DriverlessCar 2014 - Call for Presentations
The 1st International Summit on Driverless Car Computing
 
comgeo2014_title
COM.Geo 2014 - Call for Submissions 
The 5th Internation Conference on Computing for Geospatial Research and Applicaiton
 
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