In our March event, we're delving into the world of digital map making and geospacial design. With so much geospacial data at our finger tips, the possibilities of what can be created in this space are vast and exciting. From city planning, to delivery and logistics and even gaming, the landscape is rife for disruption. We'll be meeting some of the companies looking to re-draw the boundaries (lols)
Gary is a self-professed geek and map addict, he's worked in the mapping and location space for over 25 years through a combination of luck and occasional good judgement. He's the CTO of what3words, a global addressing system. It has divided the world into a grid of 3m x 3m squares and assigned each one a unique 3 word address. Gary is also co-founder and director of Malstow Geospatial, a small consultancy firm offering bespoke consulting and services in the geospatial, geotechnology, maps and location based services fields.
Chris is a Visual Journalist at the Financial Times. He works in the newsroom to create data-led graphics for web and print. His work has won awards at Malofeij, the European Newspaper Awards and SND's Best of Digital Design. Prior to working at the Financial Times, Chris produced data visualisations for the war crimes trials at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Convieniently perched just next to Old Street roundabout, Runway East Shoreditch is a brilliant co-working space, housees some of London's top start-up businesses. The ground floor event space has a 1950s military lounge feel and we're very excited to be throwing our first 2017 event there.
Dark Blue is a small independent digital agency. Working with start-ups, brands and other agencies, they produce websites, web applications and marketing campaigns. Find out more at wearedarkblue.com.
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