GeoNext Google Glass competition announced

By on 14 January, 2014


The GeoNext organisers have announced that, in conjunction with the panel on ‘Hyperlocal, Augmented Reality and Wearable Technologies,’ they will be showcasing Google Glass, giving attendees the opportunity to try on this revolutionary device, as well as a chance at taking home a pair for 24 hours, thanks to

Yet to be officially released in Australia, Google Glass has been lauded by Time Magazine as ‘One of the best Inventions of the Year 2012’. Now, attendees have the opportunity to see in-person, what it can do for real-time, hyperlocal location-based information.

Alongside this new wearable technology, GeoNext 2014 will showcase topics ranging from urban transport innovation, to indoor navigation, to emergency management.

Join the extended Geo Community at GeoNext – a conference on location-based technology & business. GeoNext is aimed at all practitioners of location-based technology. The audience will comprise experts from the fields of GIS, mapping, mobility, software development, and business – anyone with an interest in the evolution of geo and the opportunities that it brings.

For just $350 + GST  (early bird until 1/2/2014) join the conversation with leading developers, businesses and entrepreneurs, and learn about the future of location technology, data sharing, the latest location start-ups, and much more.

View the complete program or register to attend. Want to know more? Watch this video from a previous GeoNext.

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