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Our speakers

Ben Scott Robinson, Head of Mobile


Gary Gale, Head of APIs

A self-professed map addict, Gary has worked in the mapping and location space for over 20 years through a combination of luck and occasional good judgement.

He is co-founder and director of Malstow Geospatial, a consultancy firm offering bespoke consulting and services in the geospatial, geotechnology, maps and location based services fields. This means Gary is currently consulting as Head of APIs for the Ordnance Survey, Britain’s mapping agency.

A Fellow of the RGS, he tweets about maps, writes about them and even makes them.

Cathrine Armour, Innovation Programme Manager

Originally from Australia, Cathrine has worked in the consulting, spatial and manufacturing industries across the Middle East, South East Asia, India and the UK.

She holds responsibility for the delivering the vision, mission and objectives of OS Innovation encompassing stakeholder management, facility acquisition, organisational development, 3rd Party engagement, operational management and developing the strategy and business plan for achieving OS Innovation business goals.

Miranda Sharp, Smart Cities Practice Lead

Miranda Sharp heads the Smart Cities Practice and Commercial Sales function at OS, using data and capability to improve citizens’ experience of their environment and infrastructure. As a lapsed chemist rather than geographer she’d rather understand the case for place in business decisions than look at maps.

Nick Turner, Strategic Lead on address management

Nick Turner works for Ordnance Survey as their Strategic Lead on address management practice across multiple markets and sales verticals. With over 15 years of experience as an address and spatial data management professional Nick has been leading on the integration of the country’s national address gazetteer into national Police, Revenue, Taxation, Utility, Financial Service and Health systems.

Over the last 12 months Nick’s career has taken an interesting twist as he’s now leading strategy and development of Ordnance Surveys data API catalogue, taking OS into a new area of technology and services.

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