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Events > Mapping 2013 > Workshops & Presentations


Workshops
Wednesday Workshop 1: Choose from one session below
workshop summaries and descriptions [PDF]
Platinum Sponsor Esri UK Thursday Workshop 2: Choose from one session below
workshop summaries and descriptions [PDF]
Platinum Sponsor The GeoInformation Group
  • Mapping the Meridian - Led by The GeoInformation Group
  • Mapping the Immediate Smellscape - Led by Canterbury Christchurch University
  • Restless Earth - Led by BCS Programme Committee
  • Editing OpenStreetMap - Led by Steer Davies Gleave [available to those that attended the workshop - please contact the organisers]



Presentations
Wednesday Session 1: Mapping Technologies for Tomorrow summary and speakers biographies [PDF]
Platinum sponsor Leica Geosystems Wednesday Session 2: Future Mapping, Databases and Standards summary and speakers biographies [PDF]
Platinum Sponsor Star-Apic Wednesday Keynote (Session 3): The Future for the UK World Leaders in Mapping
  • 13:30 Geospatial Information Management: the path to the future - by Dr Vanessa Lawrence CB, Director General and Chief Executive Ordnance Survey
  • 15:55 Maps in Combat: 50 years of Geographic Support to the UK’s Armed Forces - by Paul Hancock, Director, Defence Geographic Centre
  • 16:20 From Limelight to Satellite: Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland - past, present and future - by John Wilkinson, Chief Executive, Land and Property Services
  • 16:45 Refreshments
  • 17:00 Sextant to Satnav - by Ian Moncrieff CBE, BA Chief Executive, United Kingdom Hydrographic Office
  • 17:25 The Geological Model for Tomorrow’s World - by Professor John Ludden, Executive Director, British Geological Survey
  • 17:55 Panel discussion
Thursday Session 4: Technology and Map Design summary and speakers biographies [PDF]
Platinum Sponsor Cadcorp Thursday Session 4: Mapping for the Challenges of Tomorrow summary and speakers biographies [PDF]
Platinum Sponsor Newgrove
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