On the 23rd November 2017, AGI's Early Careers Network will be holding a webinar with Tim Marston of CARTO at OS between 13:00-14:00.
Tim Marston will be giving insight into CARTO and how the company works, and will also give us a flavour of his job. CARTO is specialised in building and deploying powerful Location Apps for various organisations and customers across the world. Please feel free to submit any questions in advance of the webinar and we will try to get through as many as possible on the day.
Link to the webinar :https://youtu.be/O3dHltnEII4
The same day, ECN will be hosting a Geo-Meetup in Bristol. More information here.
Tim Marston is the Head of European Partnerships at CARTO. Tim is a partner and channel manager from the UK. He has worked for a number of open-source companies before CARTO and is passionate about the collaborative nature of open source.
His work has led him through many geospatial topics and business areas both in the UK and overseas.
- Who are CARTO?
- What do they do?
- WHat is the process of building an analysis with Carto?
- How do you map the analysis process?
- How do you publish and deploy your geospatial application?
- What does his role of Head of European Partnerships entail?
- What is the GIS landscape like in other countries?
This webinar will be showcasing the work of one of the leading global geospatial companies.
CARTO is specialised in building tools so everyone can successfully employ Location Intelligence. CARTO helps thousands of customers put geospatial data at the core of their analytics. Their business goal is to build and deploy powerful Location Apps for various organisations and customers across the world. They are an active member in the mapping and tech communities, hosting workshops, code sprints, and other learning and sharing events. They strongly believe in data, location, and access for all.
Representing CARTO for this webinar is Tim Marston, Head of European Partnerships. Tim will guide us through the process of building an analysis, mapping it, and publishing it with CARTO.
Please feel free to submit any questions in advance of the webinar and we will try to get through as many as possible on the day.
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Link to the webinar: https://youtu.be/O3dHltnEII4