Brisbane GIS Day 2014 is here

By on 18 November, 2014

Brisbane GIS Day

This Wednesday November 19 marks International GIS Day 2014, and to mark the occasion, GIS People is hosting one of the largest, most exciting geospatial events of the year!

Hot on the heels of G20, the free Brisbane GIS Day 2014, is set to bring both Australian and international business and technology leaders to the Queensland capital.

The fantastic program full of high-profile speakers will be introduced by SIBA spatial chair Dr Tim Foresman and compèred by Brisbane City Council’s chief digital officer Cat Matson.

Over 30 exhibitors are showcasing a huge variety of advanced spatial technologies, including Google Glass, 3D printing, WorldView-3 satellite imagery, UAVs and much more. And with loads of competitions to enter and free prizes to be won, this is an event not to be missed.

If you’re in the Brisbane area it’s not too late – register for your free ticket and head down to QUT Gardens Point Campus!.

The FREE event is hosted by GIS People at QUT’s Gardens Point Campus in Brisbane CBD. It runs from 9am-4pm on a drop-in format – just turn up whenever suits you. For more event details visit or watch the GIS Day 2014 video.

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