Want to go to a free event on Tuesday 3 November in the heart of tech-city? Well, the team over at Geovation are running their second GeoTech masterclass open data workshop that will teach you how to use openly available geospatial data in a Geographic Information System.
During the three-hour guided workshop you’ll undertake a practical workshop that will show you how to access open data, including Ordnance Survey’s new suite of highly detailed OS OpenData products. You’ll learn how to load, style and use the data to gain insights and make conclusions around environmental problems.
The class, which will take place at the Geovation Hub on Sekforde Street in Clerkenwell, the new home for developers interested in innovating using geospatial data. The session will run from 17.30–20:00 and led by Kealan Freeman and Daniel Hall Ballester – geospatial consultants at OS.
What did people think of our last ‘Beacon Technology’ workshop?
“It was a lovely evening. Both I and my colleagues from Profusion had a good time and enjoyed seeing what you guys have been up to with beacons. We have also been playing around with beacons mainly around the office. We also look forward to your next event on Open Data.”
“Thanks again for running these sessions. I thought Tuesday’s was very good. Please pass on my thanks to the presenters. Their first-hand development experience really helped me to get a feel for how this technology works in practice. Looking forward to future events.”