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The Ethics of Geospatial – The Four E’s

For a few years now I have often talked and made presentations on the theme of “Ambient Location”, the ability of Geospatial applications mostly on our mobile devices to share their location to services in the cloud, which in turn has allowed useful real time information products to be developed. The most obvious example of […]

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Lights, Camera, Action – Some Video Conference tips to make you look better !

Over the last month we have all become regular video conference participants, of course very much par for the course for me but the rest of the family are now taking part in online quizzes, community meetups and have become experts in the use of tools such as Zoom, Houseparty, and even Microsoft teams ! […]

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Open Government Data Thoughts

You wait ages for a bus and then…

So the saying goes, you wait ages for a bus and then an Open Data project comes along .. I was asked to speak at the launch event of the UK Dept. of Transport Bus Open Data Digital Services (BODDS) yesterday which aims to provide open data for England complex network of buses outside of […]

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The Ethics of Location Sharing..

I listened to the latest podcast in the series produced by The Australian newspaper over the weekend, all are highly recommended but The Lighthouse was of particular interest. It documents the tragic disappearance of a Belgian Backpacker last May in Bryon Bay a seaside town which is both a popular tourist destination and upmarket residential […]

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Geo Business 2019 EO Session