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"What is a Lightning Talk?"

A lightning talk is seven minutes long, exactly. It's like a flash of inspiration. You get to take centre-stage, in front of your colleagues, and to share your personal views on what's ahead for us all.

We should point out this is not a commercial presentation. But we'd love you to tell us, what challenges do you see on the horizon? Do you have a case study or experience you’d like to share? Is there something you think we're missing?

For a better idea of the kind of thing you could talk about why not have a look at what our speakers had to say last year (under the subheading 'Snappy Seven'). We were pleased to hear a from a range of speakers, giving us different perspectives on the issues and potential solutions in the geospatial industry today!

  Entries for submissions to speak at GeoCom17 are now closed

"Who can give a Lightning Talk?" 

We welcome anyone who has something geospatial to share submit their ideas, and we're especially keen to hear from young geographers this year and we're especially interested in Lightning Sessions from people with insights into the Smart community, or Smart projects. Please remember, this isn't a commercial spot on our programme.

The work of the AGI revolves around you, as individuals. As a one-day event, our Annual Conference gives you access to some great networking opportunities, and these 7-minute slots are a great way to make sure everyone knows your name!

  Entries for submissions to speak at GeoCom17 are now closed

 

     

What are you doing on Thursday, 26th October 2017? It’s GeoCom! We’re holding it at the Royal Geographic Society in London, but we’re releasing the date now so that you can all book it in your diaries – online and off.

As soon as we have more news on the theme, you’ll be first to hear about it. In the meantime, it’s worth seeing what you may be missing out on. Check out this short video capturing the energy and content of last year’s event!

- See more at: http://www.agi.org.uk/news/agi/1076-agi-newsletter#sthash.WGzm64NU.dpuf

What are you doing on Thursday, 26th October 2017? It’s GeoCom! We’re holding it at the Royal Geographic Society in London, but we’re releasing the date now so that you can all book it in your diaries – online and off.

As soon as we have more news on the theme, you’ll be first to hear about it. In the meantime, it’s worth seeing what you may be missing out on. Check out this short video capturing the energy and content of last year’s event!

- See more at: http://www.agi.org.uk/news/agi/1076-agi-newsletter#sthash.WGzm64NU.dpuf

What are you doing on Thursday, 26th October 2017? It’s GeoCom! We’re holding it at the Royal Geographic Society in London, but we’re releasing the date now so that you can all book it in your diaries – online and off.

As soon as we have more news on the theme, you’ll be first to hear about it. In the meantime, it’s worth seeing what you may be missing out on. Check out this short video capturing the energy and content of last year’s event!

- See more at: http://www.agi.org.uk/news/agi/1076-agi-newsletter#sthash.WGzm64NU.dpuf

What are you doing on Thursday, 26th October 2017? It’s GeoCom! We’re holding it at the Royal Geographic Society in London, but we’re releasing the date now so that you can all book it in your diaries – online and off.

As soon as we have more news on the theme, you’ll be first to hear about it. In the meantime, it’s worth seeing what you may be missing out on. Check out this short video capturing the energy and content of last year’s event!

- See more at: http://www.agi.org.uk/news/agi/1076-agi-newsletter#sthash.WGzm64NU.dpuf

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