A brand new global geospatial event is taking place in London next week and as you might expect Ordnance Survey are going to be there.
Over 2,000 people with interests in gathering, storing, processing and delivering geospatial information from the international geospatial industry are expected to attend some of the conference sessions, workshops and free exhibition.
GeoBusiness 2014 is taking place at the Business Design Centre in London over 2 days (28/29 May) and there is a packed conference programme with around 50 speakers including presentations by our acting Director General Neil Ackroyd talking about Innovation and beyond as well as Dr John Goodwin talking about Linked Data and Debbie Wilson sharing our experience of working internationally.
The exhibition features more than 80 free product and service workshops attending-workshops/ from a range of companies including one on how OS OpenData and geospatial information are driving innovation and supporting business growth.
Those attending the exhibition will learn how the content in the Gazetteer of Great Britain can be used to search for settlements, roads and postcodes as well as hear about our new thinking about improvements to OS Street View.
We will also be running special Land and Property sessions on our stand, so if you’d like to hear the latest on BIM or asset management, do drop along to the stand to say hello!
To find out more and to register, visit http://geobusinessshow.com