28 - 30 January, 2019
Royal Lancaster London
44 (0) 207 368 9836
4:00 PM Panel Discussion - How is the NGO Improving Best Practice in Geospatial Information Management, Analysis and Exchange?
NGOs play an increasingly strategic role in the success of a wide range of operations around the world so find out from those responsible for managing geospatial data how they believe collaboration on geospatial intelligence sharing can be improved.
Dr Hagen is the former lead of the USAID funded Disaster Risk Reduction Program in Afghanistan. He was the principal architect and manager of the Afghanistan Spatial Data Center (ASDC), the most comprehensive and advanced Geo-Information platform for Afghanistan and a key figure in the global NGO community.
2:00 PM How Innovations in Mapping and Imagery are Transforming the Way NGOs Operate and Save More Lives
Find out how requirements for imagery and mapping can be very different for NGOs in multinational disaster operations and what you can do to support these needs.
- Why early stage information within hours is vital in saving lives
- How does weather challenge optical systems?
- How to support the requirement for systematic ground data collection for S&R
How to ensure information for non-experts is managed and conveyed appropriately