How geospatial is making geography sexy – part two in EG TechTalk’s mapping trilogy
The EG TechTalk team have gone a bit crazy over mapping recently, but rightly so. Geospatial technologies have an important and infinitely useful role to play in the built environment.
In this week’s episode – part two of a trilogy of mapping podcasts – we sit down with Knight Frank’s head of geospatial mapping Ian McGuinness to find out more about this evidence-based approach to planning and how the time is now for geography to come out of the shadows across the planning and development sphere.
EG’s latest recruit Lucy Alderson joins TechTalk Radio co-hosts Emily Wright and Samantha McClary in the studio to talk about her upcoming interview with Mapping GM (the final chapter in our trilogy) and her role keeping EG readers up to date about the latest news, views and insights from the tech world.
And, KPMG’s Eden Dwek and Carlos Adams, co-founder of Tech Academy finalist Aphex talk about the lessons they have learnt so far from their mentoring sessions ahead of June’s Tech Academy big pitch.
Missed the first episode in TechTalk Radio's mapping trilogy? Listen in to an interview with Google Maps' Ed Parsons at https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-7kp3b-ad794e
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