[AISWorld] AMCIS 2015 - CFP - Mini-track on Spatial Business Intelligence, Analytics, and Knowledge Management

Daniel Farkas dfarkas at pace.edu
Sat Jan 17 15:49:19 EST 2015

GIS will enable you to visualize your research and analyze it new ways.  If
you've been applying spatial analysis to your data, consider submitting  to
the SIGGIS Mini-track at AMCIS 2015 on Spatial Business Intelligence.

If you have questions on how to visualize and analyze your data using GIS,
contact one of the mini-track chairs and/or join SIGGIS (AIS Special
Interest Group on Geographic Information Systems).


*Spatial Business Intelligence, Analytics, and Knowledge Management*

in the Track on Business Analytics, Big Data, and Knowledge Management,

*AMCIS 2015 Conference in Puerto Rico, August 13-15, 2015*

The mini-track on Spatial Business Intelligence, Analytics, and Knowledge
Management seeks to provide a forum for research on varied aspects of
geographic information systems (GIS) for business intelligence, analytics,
knowledge management, and spatial data management. This area is becoming an
essential aspect for governments and has been growing rapidly over the past
decade in business. The mini-track encourages manuscript submission on
theory, methodology, applications, behavioral studies, and emerging areas
in GIS. Current areas of interest include spatial big data, spatial
knowledge management, theory development, cloud-based GIS, spatial
crowdsourcing, spatial workforce, behavioral research, geo-design, privacy
and security aspects, mobile location-based applications, and new and
emerging areas of GIS.

In concert with the AMCIS 2015 theme, submissions are encouraged in the
blue ocean aspects of spatial science and technologies. This mini-track is
supported by SIGGIS of AIS.

A complete description and Call for Papers can be found at SIGGIS Call For

*Potential topics *(suggestions, but not limited to those listed):

   - Spatial analytics
   - Spatial decision support
   - Spatial knowledge management
   - Big Data and GIS
   - Management decision-making using GIS
   - Spatial data mining and knowledge discovery
   - Web-based GIS concepts and applications
   - GIS and the cloud
   - Mobile-based GIS concepts and applications
   - Security and privacy of spatial information
   - Geo-Design
   - Theoretical studies
   - Methodological papers
   - Case studies
   - Investment in and benefits of GIS, spatial BI, or spatial analytics
   - Managerial concerns in spatial systems
   - Ethical aspects of GIS and spatial decision-making
   - GIS workforce, training, and education
   - Quality measures and evaluation of spatial systems
   - Systems and software development of GIS
   - Crowdsourcing and public domain sources of spatial information
   - Emerging and Blue Ocean areas in spatial science and technologies

Submission information at http://amcis2015.aisnet.org

*Mini-track chair contact for information*
James B. Pick
E-mail: james_pick at redlands.edu
School of Business, University of Redlands, Redlands, CA 92373-0999

Dan Farkas, PhD
Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
Pace University
Pleasantville, NY,  10570 USA
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