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ISKO UK and the BCS Location Information Specialist Group (LISG)
Thursday 29th March (14.00-18.00)
Wilkes Room – British Computer Society London Office

In this ISKO UK and BCS joint meeting, we will hear from experts about the current geospatial information landscape and its challenges, some of the standards and frameworks that have been put into place to ensure interoperability and the potential for linking data. We will also hear how some users of GIS systems have applied them in their own organizations.

The event is free to ISKO and BCS members and to full-time students. The fee for non-members is just £40, payable in advance. Registration opens at 1.45, immediately following the ISKO UK AGM, and we shall start promptly at 2 p.m.

The programme will be followed by a chance to network, with wine and nibbles.  The topics and speakers are:

• The landscape and challenges of geospatial information in 2012 – Mike Sanderson, 1Spatial

• INSPIRE and the work of UK Location – Alex Coley, Chair of the UK Location Programme Architecture & Interoperability Board

• Linking geographic data for research – Jo Walsh, EDINA

• The development and application of GIS in health protection – Matt Bull, Health Protection Agency

• Organising and using location data in the Environment Agency – Stefan Carlyle, Environment Agency

• AddressBase – developing a unique national address gazetteer – Carsten Rönsdorf and Nick Turner, Ordnance Survey

You will find the full programme and booking details via the ISKO UK site. Please pass this invitation on to any colleagues who may be interested. We hope to see you there.

ISKO is a not-for-profit scientific/professional association with the objective of promoting research and communication in the domain of knowledge organization, within the broad field of information science and related disciplines. Our UK emphasis is to build bridges between the research and practitioner communities, with the UK Chapter attracting lively and steadily growing audiences to its afternoon meetings. You can see past and future events at , most with MP3 recordings.

BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, champions the global IT profession and the interests of individuals engaged in that profession for the benefit of all. Among its many specialist groups is the Location Information SG enabling BCS members to be well informed and understand the issues and best practices associated with geospatial technology, which is becoming increasingly visible to business and the public.

Fran Huckle


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