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Speakers Announcement for GeoRabble Sydney

Bring your brain in curious mode, and gather together with your fellow GeoRablers  from all parts of the community this Thursday for some good times, brain food and friends. This week we have a couple of new presenters and some familiar ones as well, followed by a panel session where you control the action just … Continue reading

Tickets are now available for GeoRabble Sydney!

It’s time to get your rabble on via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/georabble-sydney-tickets-36433965973 Don’t forget if you have a talk you’d love to present on your own personal GeoAdventure let us know by sending in your talk idea to sydney@georabble.org We looking for a story that can fit in a 10 min presentation, no sales pitches and if you have a … Continue reading

Sydney GeoRabble Call for Speakers

The future is already here — it’s just not very evenly distributed. William Gibson On Thursday August the 10th at the Occidental hotel we are going to distribute the future to our community Think blockchain is going to underpin spatial transactions or that AR is the new UI for mapping? Sick of hearing that an … Continue reading

Announcing & Call for Speakers: GeoRabble @ Locate17/ISDE, Sydney April 4th

The next GeoRabble Sydney will be on April 4th, in collaboration with the Locate17/ISDE  Conference. In a number of GeoRabble firsts, there will be: A conference exhibition ‘treasure hunt’, with great prizes; A ‘Hard Chat‘ session, in which geo-CEO’s answer awkward questions; and Following the success of last November’s Women in GeoRabble, we will use … Continue reading

Carl Steinitz GeoDesign Lecture, Sydney 30 November

All are welcome to attend a public lecture on Geodesign by Carl Steinitz on November 30th, 5:30-7:30, at the EY Building (Level 34), 200 George St, Sydney CBD. The Geodesign process supports a systems-thinking approach to Sustainable Urban Development decision-making. Supported by GIS applications and visualisation tools, it is driven by information sharing and interaction … Continue reading

Final speakers announced for Women in Georabble

We’re pleased and excited to announce our final line up of speakers for the next georabble – women in georabble on 10 November! If you haven’t already registered, please head to eventbrite or meetup to let us know you’re coming! Although we’re only having women take the stage, obviously all are welcome to attend for … Continue reading

Georabble Sydney – call for women speakers

The next Sydney georabble has also been set for Thursday 10th November and we have a super special theme for you all to support! This time around we’re putting the call out for women speakers to showcase the wonderful women we have in our industry. If you want to present, send us the topic with … Continue reading

First Speakers Announced for GeoRabble Sydney, 7 July

We are happy to announce our first speakers for GeoRabble Sydney, 7 July 2016 at the King Street Brewhouse– 22 The Promenade, Darling Harbour. On the topic of finding your way, where traditional addressing may not be good enough we have: Oliver Slezak (https://twitter.com/itruckbot) propositions Georabble that a “Front Door” is the reference point at any … Continue reading

Call for Speakers/Panelists: GeoRabble Sydney – “The last 50 meters” (July 7th)

The theme for the next Sydney GeoRabble is “The Last 50 Meters”, or how to improve the accuracy of location using 21st century tools. It will be on 7 July 2016, at the King Street Brewhouse – 22 The Promenade, Sydney (http://w3w.co/times.work.comic). We are looking for panelists who can pitch their thoughts/ideas on the topic, and then participate … Continue reading

Final line up of speakers announced for 5th Anniversary Sydney GeoRabble.

Here is what you all have been waiting for! The final list of speakers for the next Sydney GeoRabble, our special 5th Anniversary event and we have a great line up from all parts of the broad geo community; Michael Ridger representing the Engineers Without Borders community talking about the – Crowd Sourcing GeoData for … Continue reading

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