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Events > GIS and Symbology

GIS SIG Event

The BCS’s GIS Special Interest Group is holding its autumn meeting ‘GIS and Symbology’ at the Royal Geographic Society (RGS) at 1pm on 25 November 2010.
This not-to-be-missed event provides the perfect opportunity for anyone involved in mapping and geographic information to join the discussions on UK mapping symbology as well as providing a unique opportunity to visit the RGS collections.
The event begins at 1pm with a tour of the iconic highlights of the RGS Collections. The RGS holds one of the world’s pre-eminent geographical collections. Around 2 million items strong, the Collections provide an unparalleled resource tracing 500 years of geographical discovery and research. After the tour symbology experts from the fields of military mapping, historical mapping and commercial software will present the issues involved in map symbology.

GIS and Symbology at 1.00pm on Thursday 25th November 2010,
RGS with IBG, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR

GIS SIG info

This Special Interest Group event costs £20 and is open to all.

Advanced registration is essential before Monday 22nd November 2010 via Our Secure payment Form and quoting "GIS SIG event".

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