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Georabble Melbourne #9 Announced

GeoRabble returns to Melbourne on Tuesday 15th March 2016 at the Savoy Tavern, 677 Bourke St, Melbourne (Corner Bourke & Spencer Sts). Networking drinks start 5:30pm. Presentations commence: 6:00pm followed by more networking. 

Grab yourself a free ticket and enjoy the night with friends sharing geospatial ideas, free of sales pitches and hidden agendas!  Each presentation is light, relevant to geo-something and only 10minutes long.

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Speakers:

Anton van Wyk – Psychology of UAV Pilot

Bernhard Jenny – Scale Adaptive Web Projections

Henry Walshaw – Creating a QGIS plugin in 10 mins!

Warwick Wilson – DELWP Spatial Metadata

Mohsen Kalantari – Automatic reconstruction of  3d indoor models

More to be announced soon!

If you have a great geo-spatial idea that you would like to share with a group of like minded people, we want you! Contact the GeoRabble committee asap to express your interesting topic in 20words or less, or email your idea to melbourne@georabble.org

A very special thanks to our Sponsor Hexagon Geospatial – Ignite Competition without whom we couldn’t run this event and provide food to everyone …

Hexagon Ignite - Melbourne

Discussion

One thought on “Georabble Melbourne #9 Announced

  1. Hi there, really enjoyed the session last week, I was wondering if the Scale Adaptive Web Projections presentation by Bernhard Jenny is available online as I’d like to show the rest of our team. Cheers Carly

    Posted by Carly Illingworth | 23/03/2016, 11:07 am

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