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Final speakers for Georabble – The Last 50m

We’re pleased to announce our speakers and panelists for next week’s Georabble!

If you haven’t already registered, please head to eventbrite or register at our meetup group.

We’re mixing things up again and will have a line up of talks followed by a panel session with our speakers, so come with questions, curiosity and hear from:

  • Gerry Stanley (PSMA) Capturing building outlines across 7.7 million km2 to find the last 50 metres could be regarded as challenge enough.
    Capturing 3D building attributes, surface cover, tree heights, swimming pools, roof material and more for 90% of Australia’s population is a much larger challenge…
  • Oliver Slezak (https://twitter.com/itruckbot) propositions Georabble that a “Front Door” is the reference point at any location. He proposes to invite all digital mappers to co-operate to map “Front Doors” as its reference point, starting with allowing volunteered input.
  • Brian Nicholls (AAM, https://twitter.com/nicholls_b) will present a “fully 3D enabled GIS based property booking system”.
  • Michael Krason (Mailcall) Estimating delivery times is tricky. But when you have inaccurate addresses to play with, it becomes a different game. Hear more about routing and delivery time estimation when dealing with poor addresses.

If you just want to listen, enjoy the free food (courtesy of Pitney Bowes), and have a drink and a chat, please join us on the night!

As always, GeoRabble is a free event, but we need you to register for catering purposes. So please register here.

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Looking forward to seeing you all!

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