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March 19th, 2015 5:00 PM   to   7:00 PM

 

This is an informal, social networking event in a Central London bar, organised by the UK Geospatial Membership Body - The Association for Geographic Information (AGI).

This event is intended to encourage networking and knowledge transfer across the full spectrum of geospatial disciplines - including GIS, mapping, CAD, surveying, BIM, Location Intelligence and more

Why attend?
As we know, 'Geo' and Location-based technologies and solutions are now not the preserve of GIS Professionals alone. Location-aware smartphone apps, geo-coded 'Tweets', crowed-sourced mapping and easy-to-use web maps are now in mainstream ICT and available to all.

The AGI wants to embrace and encourage this cross-over and the new opportunities this brings to geospatial professionals. So take a break from your virtual social networks and develop your real professional and social network, both within our own discipline and the wider 'Geo' industries.

Who should attend?
This event is open to both AGI members and non-members so all those involved with, or just want to learn more about, geospatial technologies are most welcome.

Whether you are:

  •     a GIS professional
  •     a BIM professional
  •     a CAD professional
  •     a cartographer
  •     a part-time web-mapper
  •     a 'neogeographer' or 'neocartographer'
  •     a GIS manager with many years' experience
  •     a surveyor
  •     a grad student wanting to develop your network
  •     a Location Intelligence developer
  •     an IT professional looking into geospatial technologies
  •     non of the above, but want to know more about 'geospatial' and 'location'

...you are welcome to join us for a relaxed evening.

Location

The Queens Arms
30 Queen's Gate Mews
London, SW7-5QL
United Kingdom

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