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Events > Mapping 2013 > Programme

Tuesday 3 September Wednesday 4 September Thursday 5 September
09.00 MCG Registration
09.00 Registration
09.00 Registration
09.30 Map Curators’ Group (MCG) Annual Workshop 09.30 Talks Session 1:
Mapping Technologies for tomorrow
09.30 Talks Session 4:
Technology and Map Design
11.00 Refreshments 10.55 Refreshments and Icebreaker 11.15 Refreshments and Exhibition
11.30 MCG Workshop [continued] 11.35 Workshop Session 1 11.45 Workshop Session 2
13.00 GIS and Design SIG Registration and Lunch 13.00 Lunch and Exhibition 13.15 Lunch and Exhibition
14.00 MCG Workshop [continued]
and SIG Meeting: Good Design Matters
13:45 Talks Session 2 14.00 Talks Session 5:
Mapping for the Challenges of Tomorrow
15.30 Refreshments 15.10 Refreshments and Exhibition 15.45 Refreshments
16.00 MCG Workshop Meeting [continued] and SIG Meeting [continued] 15.30 Keynote Session (3): The Future for the UK World Leaders in Mapping 16.00 Close
Exhibition Opening and
Helen Wallis Memorial Lecture by Nick Millea
19.30 Drinks Reception
19:00 Dinner 20.00 Gala Dinner,
Annual Awards Ceremony
The 2013 Symposium is kindly sponsored by the Society’s corporate members Cadcorp, ESRI (UK), Harper Collins, Leica Geosystems, Newgrove, Ordnance Survey, Star-Apic, The GeoInformation Group and Victoria Litho.

Friday 6 September
from 10.00 BCS ‘Golden Ball’ trophy
This will be a stableford competition held at Lutterworth Golf Club for the prestigious BCS ‘Golden Ball’ trophy presently held by Andy Wilson from Victoria Litho.
Located just south of the market town of Lutterworth, the Course is set in rolling countryside. With plenty of established trees and an on-going tree planting programme, the presence of a number of ponds and the meandering river Swift, the course places a premium on accuracy –a strong point with all BCS golfers!

Please note that the Programme is subject to change
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