About the Conference
The University of the South Pacific and the Fiji Lands Department jointly held the first two day National GIS Conference in 1998. This later became the Pacific Islands GIS& RS User Conference in 2004 to cater to the growing interest in the Pacific region.
Today, the conference is the largest GIS and RS Conference in the Pacific with over 300 attendees from far reaches of the globe. For the first time the 2022 Conference will incorporate the Open Source Geospatial (OSGeo) Foundation and OpenStreetMap Foundation’s regional conference "FOSS4G SoTM Oceania". Thus a new conference name will be used to represent this new venture: "The Pacific Geospatial Conference". The conference spans four days with over 60 presentations. Day 4 will feature the discussion session and Day 5 is reserved for workshops carried out by various experts in their respective geospatial field.
- Call for Presentations: Submit abstract here
- Conference Brochure: Pacific Geospatial Conference 2022 Brochure