INTERGEO 2016 Ė smart geoinformation shaping the future

The world is getting smart. At the heart of these tumultuous changes to our lives, economy and work lies digitalisation.

The Geomatics World September/October 2016 issue has been published - check out the digital issue online for FREE! Subscribers to GW can view & search the current and past issues now in the GW Online Archives.

The GiS Professional October 2016 issue has been published - check out the digital issue online for FREE! Subscribers to GiS Pro can view & search the current and past issues now in the GiS Pro Online Archives.

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Articles in the Summer 2016 issue:

Hand-made Maps
Caroline Robinson tells all about David Atkinson and his unique hand-made maps.
A-Z Maps
The 80 years history of the A-Z Atlas is uncovered by Steve Berger.
A Long, Long Election
A map of the upcoming US election has been created detailing how Trump can win.
225 Years of OS
Two maps have been created for OSís 225 anniversary explains Christopher Wesson.
Restless Earth 2015-2016
An update on the latest Restless Earth workshop coordinated by Alice Gadney.
Also in this issue...
Events Calendar
Mapping Together
Admin & Corporate Report
Geo Business 2016
BCS - SOC Conference
Omnium Gatherum
The World from on High
UKCC Report
Information Geography
The Three Peaks Challenge

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