What if a presenter could tell you their spatial story within 5 minutes? They have 20 slides, and each slide lasts for 15 seconds. You vote for your favourite presentation. That’s Ignite Spatial.
Ignite Spatial is on Wednesday, 12th of November at the Occidental Hotel. Doors open at 5.30pm with the first talk at 6.30pm. Ignite Spatial is free, and is open to anyone with an interest in spatial sciences, technology and applications.
Ignite presentations on the evening:
- GIS Today – Beyond mapping and data maintenance (Jason Grech – gViz)
- GPS – Debunking the myths (Chris Loty – Ultimate Positioning)
- GIS and GPS in tourism (Tony Hart – Strategeo)
- Intro to the Google maps API (Mickey Kataria – Google Australia)
- Mapping the Sky (Richard Lane – Sydney University)
- How I build cool stuff for Government (Diana Mounter – Local Govt Association)
- Is GIS Really Mainstream Now? (David Hayward – Ajilon Consulting)
- Web Mapping Services and GIS (Win MinSwe – Blacktown City Council)
- Mapanui – a pocket map for your browser (Jean-Jacques Halans)
- How to talk GIS to the spatially naive (Chris O’Dell – Parsons Brinckerhoff)
- Advanced 3D modelling with Pictometry (Alex Cowdery – AAM Hatch)
- What’s new in Microsoft’s Spatial offerings (Andrew Coates – Microsoft)
Should be interesting!
Looks like I’m on at 7:15pm!