Early birds can now secure the best rates for the Locate20 Conference, set to take place 28-30 April 2020 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Locate20 organisers say next year’s event promises to put attendees and their businesses at the cutting edge of how Geospatial and Location technologies are being used to create tailored, innovative solutions in the building of our digital economy. Locate20 is again being touted as the place to explore how the industry can collaborate and converge to transcend technical and geographic silos and empower our industry to influence Australia’s economy by leveraging new technological developments.
Locate20 will also look at how new technology and practices are equipping the industry to meet the challenges our planet is faced with, how we can learn from our collective experiences and share in new collaborative and profitable partnerships that will enhance the ecosystem of the geospatial community. This year, organisers say Locate20 will provide attendees with an even more valuable experience, as they say they have reflected on the feedback you provided last year and tailored the program and exhibition experience to be more relevant to your needs and interests.
Don’t miss the deadline for submissions
The final cut-off date for submissions for abstracts, workshops & Engagement at the Hub is 5pm AEDT this Friday 29 November 2019.
The organisers want to hear about the exciting projects you are working on and the ground-breaking ideas you have for a better future, so don’t miss out!
Speaker profile: Bruce Thompson
As executive director of Spatial Services for the NSW Government, Bruce Thompson is responsible for the State of New South Wales’ geodetic and positioning infrastructure and for its spatial and mapping functions. Bruce has twenty-five years’ experience in the spatial sector, in the Queensland, Victorian and New South Wales governments.
At Locate20, Bruce Thompson will deliver a plenary keynote telling you all about where NSW Spatial Services is implementing new technologies and creating innovation. This will include real-time service delivery mapping delivered by NSW Service Point, and API-driven service allowing on-the-fly validation and geocoding of addresses before they are de-identified, aggregated and displayed spatially. This is set to transform the way that the NSW Government manages and supplies data – but what does this mean for the way that you operate day-to-day? You will find out at Locate20.
Speaker profile: Dr Nadine Alameh
Dr Nadine Alameh is the recently appointed CEO of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC). She is a recognised leader in the GIS field, having built a career out of her dedication to interoperability and innovation in several domains including aviation, earth observations, public safety and defence.
For those working in the geospatial science & technology sector, there is a growing sense of excitement in predicting the future of our industry.
Dr Nadine Alameh will deliver a plenary keynote at Locate20 that will discuss exactly how the sector is changing, what predications can be made on its direction, and how we are experiencing a boom in the application of these technologies across a vast range of industries – from underground to surface transportation, to agriculture, to earth observations, to aviation, to space. With technology, government and business models all changing right before our eyes, location-based technologies are becoming a differentiator in so many domains and an enabler of brand new ones. What does this mean for your career and your business? Find out at Locate20.
Register Now – the early bird rate expires 31 January, 2020.