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Events> Mapping 2014> Programme


Tuesday 24 June Wednesday 25 June Thursday 26 June
09.00 Mapathon registration
09.00 Registration opens
09.00 Registration opens
09.30 Mapathon Kick Off [continues until 15:45] 09.15 Welcome by President, followed by: Talks Session 1:
Geography, Generalisation and Grids
09.30 Talks Session 3:
Landscapes, Mountains & 3D
10.45 Refreshments and Networking 10.45 Refreshments and Exhibition
11.15 Business Connect, Workshop Sessions 1 & 2 11.15 The Debate, The Demo or The Visit
13.15 Lunch and Exhibition 13.15 Lunch and Exhibition
14:15 Talks Session 2: Travel & Exploration 14.00 President's Address, followed by: Talks Session 4:
Create, Curate & Collaborate
16.00 Guest Speaker: Mapping the Floods: The Utility of Synthetic Aperture RADAR by Capt Robert Moore V (Army Cooperation) Sqn, RAF 16.00 Refreshments and Networking 15.45 Refreshments
16:45
19:30
Exhibition Opening
18.30 Drinks Reception 16.00 Close
19:30 Dinner 19.00 Black Tie Dinner,
followed by IMIA & BCS Annual Awards Ceremony
The 2014 Symposium is kindly sponsored by BCS & IMIA members Esri UK, Ordnance Survey, Victoria Litho, OCAD, USGIF, 1Spatial, UKHO, Collins Bartholomew, Google, T-Kartor, Europa Technologies and Cadcorp. Full day agenda and descriptions on PDF flyer


Friday 27 June
from 10.00 BCS Golf Tournament
The fourth Annual President’s Golf Tourament will be held at East Horton Golf Club. It is a stableford competition playing for the BCS trophy which is currently held by Peter Fretwell of British Antarctic Survey. East Horton Golf Course is located just 3 miles from Marwell Hotel. It includes three superbly kept and challenging golf courses set in 260 acres of glorious Hampshire countryside.

Please note that the Programme is subject to change
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