GeoPlace has announced that its 2016 annual conference and exhibition will take place on Thursday 28th April at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Central London.
Now in its 11th year, the event brings the local authority addressing, streets and geographic information community together with industry suppliers, to share best practice and benefit from knowledge transfer.
The conference which usually attracts over 350 delegates, will explore how the address and street information produced and maintained by local authorities can enable data sharing and digital transformation. This is achieved through linking information together from different local authority departments, giving a property or street level view of service delivery.
The event is open to local authority attendees across Great Britain and is free of charge to attend.
For more information, see the GeoPlace website.
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