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Launch of GeoCom registrations: Early Bird packages available!

Launch of GeoCom registrations: Early Bird packages available!

30th April 2015

We're delighted to announce that registration is now open and an Early Bird package is available for our annual flagship event GeoCom: Resilient Futures, 23rd-25th November 2015, Chesford Grange, near Warwick. This amazing package price is only available on a first-come-first-served basis until 30th June (or until our ticket allocation runs out) so don't miss it!

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BIM: The Next Level event - presentations now available to members

29th April 2015

BIM: The Next Level event - presentations now available to members

The second in the 2015 series of Geo:The Big 5 events is BIM: The Next Level, was held in Cambridge, 23 April 2015. We had a fantastic range of speakers demonstrating the latest thinking in the BIM journey towards Levels 2 and 3. Please log into your account to access their presentations either via Resources or via Past Events.

 

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MapAction on Emergency Mission to Nepal

29th April 2015

MapAction on Emergency Mission to Nepal

MapAction has deployed a team of 4 mapping specialists in response to the devastating earthquake, measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale, that hit Nepal on Saturday 25th April at 12 noon, local time.  One of MapAction’s volunteers was already in Nepal when the earthquake struck.

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UK GEMINI v2.3: work in progress

29th April 2015

UK GEMINI v2.3: work in progress

UK GEMINI is an AGI publication that is a core enabler of data.gov.uk, the UK’s national data portal, and of the UK’s response to the INSPIRE Directive. Working with Defra, the AGI Standards Committee plan to publish version 2.3 of UK GEMINI in the summer of 2015.  

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Government of Canada unveils 3D Model of HMS Erebus

2nd April 2015

Government of Canada unveils 3D Model of HMS Erebus

Officials from Fisheries and Oceans Canada, today joined with Canadian geospatial software company CARIS and geomatics technology innovation support centre TECTERRA, to unveil high precision 3D printed models of HMS Erebus, Sir John Franklin’s lead ship found last year in Canada’s Arctic waters as part of Parks Canada’s search for the vessels of the lost 1845 expedition. 

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