The FOSS4G (Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial) conferences mean a lot to us.
We were introduced to the community at FOSS4G NA 2012 in Washington, D.C., just a few months before AGI released Cesium as open-source. The conference played a major role in accelerating this initial release.
Since then, we have sponsored and presented at every FOSS4G conference in North America. It is a great place to share our latest work, to see the state of the industry, and to help move the field forward.
We are looking forward to FOSS4G NA in Raleigh in May 2016. I am thrilled to be part of the organizing committee and encourage everyone in the Cesium and geospatial communities to submit proposals to present a talk or workshop. Presenting at FOSS4G is fun, rewarding, and inspiring. It only takes a few minutes to submit a proposal, and it could have a big impact on you, your project, and our field.
The early bird deadline is January 22, 2016. Good luck!