GeoSolutions 2002, incorporating GIS 2002, the AGI 2002 Conference and GeoSolutions Forums
London, June 18, 2002. The AGI 2002 Conference, held in conjunction with GIS 2002 at GeoSolutions 2002, is promoting the current and future uses of geographic information (GI) in the public and private sectors. Delegates to the conference will have the opportunity to build partnerships and share information with industry experts from both sectors. The AGI 2002 Conference will run alongside GeoSolutions 2002 from 17-19 September 2002 at Earls Court 2, London.
-This years conference focuses on the benefits and issues around building partnerships and sharing information, commented John Glover, AGI Conference Committee Chair. The conference programme brings together many seniors speakers from both industry and government to provide delegates with the information they require to further exploit existing or planned investment in GI. The final plenary session will be a conference highlight, Emma Howard from the BBC will put questions to a panel of VIP's from both the public and private sectors. I believe that you will find it beneficial to book the conference dates in your dairy now so your don't miss out on what I consider is one, if not the best, programmes put together by the AGI.
Key industry topics covered in this year¡¦s programme include:
-e-Service delivery for e-Government ¡V looking at 2005,
-key factors in managing an organisations infrastructure assets,
-the current position of Location Based Services,
-creating partnerships for sharing GI across a network,
-building the foundations for using Census 2001,
- using GI for the development of the rural economy, and
- highlighting the issues and uses of digital imagery.
Sessions will range from high-level plenaries providing top-level briefings to case study led workshops. Delegates will gain an insight from over 80 leading UK & International industry experts discussing current issues and benefits of using GI in the organisation. Areas that will be covered include:
-Implementing an effective corporate Geographic Information System (GIS) Get practical advice on the best ways to go corporate.
-How positional accuracy will affect an organisations information and systems. An interactive session with industry experts.
-Increase your customer base. Leading retailers provide an insight into how GIS can help to develop effective business models.
-Improve the effectiveness of your business. Hear how successful partnerships have led to better business practices.
- Understand the issues surrounding patents, policy and pricing. Industry experts break down legal jargon and provide delegates with practical examples.
- The future of joined-up geography. A lively and challenging discussion with leading industry experts. This plenary will be independently chaired by Emma Howard, BBC presenter and journalist.
In addition to the conference, interactive case study led workshops will run providing delegates with the opportunity to hear and discuss real experiences in a more intimate environment.
The workshops will cover topics including; local land and property gazetteers, creating a user specification for digital imagery, best practice in sharing information, OS large scale data: Landline tiles to MasterMap Database and OS positional accuracy improvement: Costs and benefits to users.
For further information on the AGI 2002 Conference or GeoSolutions 2002 please visit
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Notes to editors:
GeoSolutions 2002 is the UK's premier geographic solutions event, to be held at Earls Court 2 (South Hall) from 17-19 September 2002. Incorporating GIS 2002, the AGI Conference and the GeoSolutions Business Forums, GeoSolutions 2002 will deliver over 100 vendors, free seminars, consultancy and hands on demonstrations. Website
About the AGI
The AGI is a not-for-profit organisation representing users and vendors of GI (Geographic Information) and GIS (Geographic Information Systems). Its members include government departments and agencies, local authorities, system and data suppliers and users from a wide range of commercial sectors including retail, finance, insurance and utilities.
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