The programme for the upcoming ICA conference in Dresden has been announced.
ESRI president Jack Dangermond will be giving a keynote speech on the opening Monday (‘Web maps, story maps and trends in underlying geospatial technologies’), and I’m also intrigued by Friday’s plenary by Martin Haueis (Daimler AG) on ‘digital maps for highly automated driving’. Especially because Alex Gekker and I will be presenting our paper on the casual politicking and Waze in the ‘Playing with Maps’ session on the Monday. It is available as a PDF in the proceedings here.
Other sessions on Neocartography, Art and Cartography, Maps and Society and Maps in Decision Making all look worthwhile. The full programme is available here.