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Who we are > Who's who > Peter Jolly

Mr Peter Jolly
Mr Peter Jolly Peter is a Cartographic Consultant working for ESRI Inc and is based in Oxford. Although not a qualified cartographer he has been involved with cartography since 1971 when he ran the Compilation Flight and the School of Cartography at No 1 AIDU based at RAF Northolt.

All together, he served for 31 years in the Royal Air Force as a navigator and retired in 1994 as a Wing Commander. After leaving the RAF he became the Project Manager for the development of the Maplex Automated Text Placement programme which was purchased by ESRI in 1997.

He is a Past Regional and International President of the International Map Trade Association. He has a BA degree in Economics and Politics from the Open University, is a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation and a Fellow of the British Cartographic Society.

Peter is Chair of Programme Committee on the BCS Council and is the IMTA Liaison officer.



Peter was BCS President from 2010 to 2012 and published monthly updates to memebrs which can be found below:
BCS President’s Report from June 2011 to October 2012 please see The BCS blog
BCS President’s Report April/May 2011
BCS President’s Report March 2011
50th Anniversary Book
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