Bethesda, Md., July 23, 2015 – The ASPRS 2016 Annual Conference, IGTF 2016, is just around the corner, so mark your calendars now and Save the Dates of April 11 – 15, 2016 for IGTF 2016! Beginning on Monday, April 11th and continuing through the week with sessions, keynote speakers, networking receptions, the co-located JACIE Workshop and much more until Friday, April 15, 2016; the conference week is sure to provide many educational, informational, and networking opportunities for all attendees.
The IGTF 2016 will be held in Fort Worth, Texas, “The City of Cowboys and Culture”. All conference sessions and plenaries will be held at the Fort Worth Convention Center, located in the downtown heart of Fort Worth. Only steps from the Fort Worth Convention Center, the Omni Fort Worth Hotel will serve as the headquarters hotel for conference attendees. The Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa has also been reserved for conference attendees to choose for accommodations during the conference week.
Fort Worth was once a rough and tumble frontier town, dusty and lawless, home to the brave and the brawling, the soldier, the frontiersman, the outlaw. Today, Fort Worth is the one of the largest cities in Texas and the 16th largest city in the United States. It’s a destination shaped by a commitment to its downtown revitalization and urban renewal, a dedication to its world renowned cultural arts district, rich pride in its Western heritage and a loyalty to major league attractions. And ASPRS is proud and very excited to be holding the IGTF 2016 and co-located JACIE Workshop in Fort Worth, Texas, “The City of Cowboys and Culture”.
Save the Dates of April 11 through 15, 2016 for IGTF 2016 – ASPRS Annual Conference in Fort Worth, Texas! A conference website and further details are coming soon and all information will be made available through the ASPRS website at www.asprs.org.
Founded in 1934, ASPRS is an international professional organization of geospatial information professionals. ASPRS is devoted to advancing knowledge and improving understanding of the mapping sciences to promote responsible application of photogrammetry, remote sensing, geographic information systems and supporting technologies.