Meet the Speakers


The Way Ahead – How a digital geospatial strategy will support a resilient economy

Nigel Clifford
CEO, Ordnance Survey

Stuart Martin
CEO, Satellite Applications Catapult

Charles Kennelly
Innovation and disruptive geospatial solutions

Brent Jones
Global Manager Land Records, ESRI US

Peter Beaumont
Director, EMEA Enterprise Customer & Market Development, HERE

Jens Peder Kristensen
CEO, TinyMobileRobots
The importance of standards in a data centric world

Dan Palmer
Head of Market Development, British Standards Institute

Phil Jackson
Building Smart and UK Representative Infrastructure Room

Denise McKenzie 
Executive Director, Communications & Outreach, OGC
Geospatial ‘spin offs’ into the wider world

UK Government Security Engineer

Gavin Duffy
Director, RealSim
The Future of Industry: Developing a strategy for smart infrastructure – a whole life approach to infrastructure design

Simon Rawlinson
Partner, Head of Strategic Research and Insight, Arcadis

Jennifer Schooling
Director, Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction, Cambridge University

Tim Chapman
Leader of the Infrastructure London Group, Arup

Mark Enzer
Group Technical Director, Mott MacDonald
Innovations in land and property management

Jos Creese
Chief Executive, CCL, Independent Advisor for the public and private sectors, Principal Analyst, Eduserv

Simon Navin
Programme Manager, Smart Cities Practice, Ordnance Survey

Andres Schulze Baing
Lecturer in Urban Planning, University of Manchester
What is the future of the geospatial industry?

Mike Hopkins
Managing Director, The Survey Association Representative

Ed Manley
Lecturer in Smart Cities, CASA, University College London

Miranda Sharp
Head of Smart Cities Practice, Ordnance Survey

Ed Parsons
Geospatial Technologist, Google


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