Locate14 free exhibition open day

By on 27 March, 2014

Locate14 will be held at the National Convention Centre

Open from 10am to 4pm, the Locate14 exhibition open day provides the opportunity to members of the wider government, business, and spatial communities to talk with exhibitors and hear various presentations on the latest technologies and their application both within the spatial industry and beyond.

It is a chance for policy makers, non-technical business managers and owners, as well as technical users, to learn more about the latest spatial technologies.

The spatial sciences cover areas such as surveying, satellite imagery, visualisation, maps and charts and Geographical Information Systems.

Key government organisations can request a VIP tour of the Exhibition Open Day by contacting exhibition@locateconference.com.

Entry to the Open Day is free but you must pre-register.

The Locate14 Conference and Exhibition combines three previous national events – the spatial@gov Conference, the Surveying & Spatial Sciences Conference (SSSC) and the Asia- Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards (APSEA) combining to form a single premier Australian and New Zealand industry event.

More info and registration for both the conference and the open day are available on the Locate 14 Exhibition Open Day page.

Locate14 will run from 7-9 April 2014 at the National Convention Centre, in Canberra.

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