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Events > Mapping 2014 > Workshops & Presentations


Workshops

Wednesday 11:15am more information [PDF]
Select either Business Connect OR Two workshops one from Session 1 and one from Session 2

11:15-13:15 Business Connect

OR

11:15-12:05 Workshop Session 1: Select one of the following:
  • Compelling cartography with the new ArcGIS Pro App - Led by Esri UK
  • The use of Small Unmanned Aircraft in Mapping - Led by Leica Geosystems *
  • Visualisation of GIS Data in OCAD Cartographic Software - Led by OCAD
12:15 - 13:05 Workshop Session 2: Select one of the following:
  • Mapping Marwell - Led by Ordnance Survey
  • From data to design - Led by Mary Spence * Using data from the Leica Workshop
  • Not just a pretty picture - Led by Sterling Geo
Thursday 11:15am
The Debate, The Demo or The Visit more information [PDF]
11:15-13:15 - Select one from:
  • Cultures of Cartography: Towards a new research agenda
  • Tips & Tricks using MAPublisher in Adobe Illustrator
  • Visit to Ordnance Survey Head Quarters, Southampton



Presentations
09:30 - 10:45 - Wednesday Session 1: Geography, Generalisation and Grids summary and speakers biographies [PDF]
  • A Sense of Plaice? The cartographic branding of English and French coastal towns in the Transmanche Region - by Alex Kent and Peter Vujakovic, Senior Lecturer and Professor of Geography, Canterbury Christ Church University
  • Automated Generalisation for NMCAs - by Nico Regnauld, Product Manager, 1Spatial
  • ELF: Building a single reference Geo-information framework for Europe - by Duncan Hill, Business Development Manager, Europa Technologies
14:15 - 16:00 - Wednesday Session 2: Travel & Exploration summary and speakers biographies [PDF]
  • Bike Mapping for the REAL outdoors - by Steer Davies Gleave/SplashMaps
  • Get lost & have fun doing so - by Robin Woods, Senior Consultant, RobinWorldwide
  • Mapping for Airport Assets: The Case Study of Stansted Airport - by Phil Dellar, Technical Director, The GeoInformation Group
  • Mapping the Offshore Land, Sea and Air in search of data for Oil & Gas Exploration in the UK - by Alice Gadney, GIS Cartographer & Wells Curator, OMV UK Ltd
09:30 - 10:45 - Thursday Session 3: Landscapes, Mountains and 3D summary and speakers biographies [PDF]
  • Let's get physical: raised relief landscape models in an age of digital maps - by Gary Priestnall, Associate Professor, School of Geography, The University of Nottingham
  • Mapping remote and mountainous South Georgia from high-resolution satellite imagery - by Adrian Fox, Head, Mapping & Geographic Information Centre, British Antarctic Survey
  • 3D cartography: glitz, glamour and sometimes useful - by Ken Field, Senior Cartographic Product Engineer, Esri Inc

14:00-14:30 - The Adventure of the Great Circle (with apologies to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle) - by Peter Jones, BCS President

14:30 - 15:45 - Thursday Session 4: Create, Curate and Collaborate summary and speakers biographies [PDF]
  • Planning for the G8 Summit 2013 - by David Cairns, Senior Mapping Officer, Police Service Northern Ireland
  • Get lost & have fun doing so - by Robin Woods, Senior Consultant, RobinWorldwide
  • Deriving Different Map Types from one Single Basemap Geometry - by Thomas Gloor, OCAD Inc.
  • Spectral Imaging and Mapping of Historic Cartography - by Dr. Fenella G. France, Chief, Preservation Research and Testing Division, Library of Congress
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