[AISWorld] AMCIS 2018 - Minitrack CFP - Digital Disruption: Implications for the Geospatial Realm (SIGGIS)

Daniel Farkas dfarkas at pace.edu
Tue Jan 2 20:53:58 EST 2018

(apologies for cross-listings)

AIS Colleagues,

We invite the submission of Full (completed) Research Papers and Emergent
Research Forum (ERF) papers - due date: February 28, 2018

This mini-track provides a research forum on the varied aspects of GIS for
organizational intelligence, location-based analytics, and geospatial data
management.  Aligned with the AMCIS 2018 theme, “Digital Disruption”,
manuscript submissions related to “The Geospatial Realm and Digital
Disruption” are encouraged.  Digital disruption through various
technologies such as “The Cloud”, Internet of Things, Artificial
Intelligence, Augmented and Virtual Reality along with trends such as the
“massification” of maps, demand for real-time information, and a booming
geospatial start-up community, are impacting the Geospatial Realm.  As
such, papers are solicited across topics including big spatial data,
spatial decision making, spatial knowledge management, cloud-based GIS,
spatial crowdsourcing, management decision-making using GIS, spatial
workforce development, managerial concerns, regulation, privacy, security,
ethical aspects concerning spatial data and related technologies, mobile
location-based applications, location-based theory, mobile-based GIS,
software development incorporating place, societal issues of big spatial
data, and emerging areas of GIS and geospatial analytics.

Submission Instructions:

Mini-Track Chairs:
Daniel Farkas, Pace University, dfarkas at pace.edu
Brian Hilton, Claremont Graduate University, Brian.Hilton at cgu.edu
James B. Pick, University of Redlands, James_Pick at redlands.edu
Hindupur Ramakrishna, University of Redlands, Hindupur_
Ramakrishna at redlands.edu
Avjit Sarkar, University of Redlands, Avijit_Sarkar at redlands.edu
Namchul Shin, Pace University, nshin at pace.edu

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

Chair, AIS Special Interest Group on Geographic Information Systems (SIGGIS)

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