8 – 10 April 2019
Where to next? Location, how we drive our digital future
The Locate Conference (Locate19) is being held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from the 8 – 10 April 2019 and will explore how geospatial science is underpinning the rapid changes we are experiencing now in the fourth industrial revolution. From advanced data capture techniques, positioning, data analytics, artificial intelligence to strategy and policy, Locate 19 will explore how surveying and spatial science is a core enabling technology of the digital age . From health care, transport, consumer experience through to environment, energy, water, resources and smart cities, Locate19 will uncover the geospatial technologies driving our digital future, identify new insights and better outcomes for your organisation.
Invitation to Attend
On behalf of the Locate Conferences Australia it is our pleasure to invite you to join us at the Locate19 Conference, 8 – 10 April in Melbourne, Victoria.
Consistently named at the top of the world’s most liveable cities lists, Melbourne is Australia’s home of sport, art, live music, theatres, education and more. The MCEC Conference venue is on the banks of the Yarra River, in the heart of the city – the perfect location for the premier conference of the surveying and spatial industries in Australia and New Zealand.
With a theme of “Where to next? How geospatial science is driving our digital future” this conference will have an engaging approach that will bring together innovative global leaders who will share their ideas, knowledge, and experiences on a wide range of subjects. Every year Locate sets and shares the future direction of the industry, and brings speakers together across the government, private, non-profit and academic sectors.
You will have an opportunity to network with colleagues from all corners of the globe, have direct access to vendors and subject matter experts in the Locate Central, see the newest technology, and be introduced to the newest ideas in the spatial sector.
We look forward in seeing you in Melbourne.
Glenn Cockerton & Kate Williams, Co-Convenors