28 - 30 January, 2019
Royal Lancaster London
44 (0) 207 368 9836
Dr Vanessa Lawrence
Satellite Applications Catapult
3:20 PM How Satellite Applications Catapult is Helping to Reshape the Future of Education, Innovation and Training in the UK Geospatial Community
Learn how the UN’s dedicated satellite directorate is engaging analysts in adopting new tools as part of ongoing security and climate change projects such as CommonSensing.
Mr Bjorgo started working for the United Nations in 1999 when he joined the UN High Commissioner for Refugees to work on the integration of new solutions into UNHCR operations, including the use of GIS, GPS and satellite imagery. He joined the UNOSAT team in 2002.
4:00 PM Panel Discussion – How can you Engage the Analyst in the Design And Development stages To Build More Trust In Geospatial Tools and Services?
As analysts’ expectations of their environment, tools and training continue to evolve make sure you are engaging them at the right time and in the right way to maximise the chances of full adoption of new tools and services.
Major Hurst is an experienced instructor at the UK’s military training school for future military analysts and an expert on their needs and requirements.
Lt Colonel Antoniou is a military expert on geospatial information management, a lecturer on geoinformatics and member of a key multi-national geospatial group, the MNGSG.
Mr Scott has over 35 years’ experience in intelligence operations serving at STRATCOM, CENTCOM and ODNI before becoming the most senior leader at the world-renowned NGA College.