IGU Commission on Geographic Information Systems
Commission UGI sur les systèmes d'information géographiques
as Commission C21 of B-XB2079 - International Geographical Union (IGU); from 1992, Commission 92 C08. Ceased activities.
Exchange ideas and information on theoretical and technical development in geographic information systems (GIS); exchange ideas and information on applications of GIS; assist diffusion of GIS technology to various fields in geography; assist in forming an international GIS network with major GIS laboratories, GIS commissions in domestic geographic associations; cooperate with other disciplines for development and applications of GIS; assist university and professional level of GIS education.
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